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, The Minneapolis office of the Dailt Globe has
J been removed to 213 Hennepin avenue, 8. J.
Clark, business manager of the department.
The Dally Globe
ran be found on sole every morning at the foi
lowing news stands:
The West Hotel, the Union Depot, Nic-
ollet House news stand, St. James Hotel
I newsstand, J. W. Ayers, South Third stree t
between Nicollet and Hennepins avenue, W. K.
Gerrish, COl South 'Washington avenue, W. 11.
Stickney, 517 Cedar avenue. Geo. A.
"Morse, 200 Central avenne, K. A.
Taylor, £23 Hennepin avenue, C. 1".
Murphy, 200 Hennepin avenue, H. Hoeflfner.
1221 Washington avenue north, and Hedderly &
Co., 03 Central avenue.
A singing festival will be held by the
Welsh citizens on Christmas day.
Go to the Figara restaurant for a square
meal or lunch, 251 Second avenue south.
The ladies of St. Paul's church held a fair
last evening for the sale of fancy articles.
Prof. Northrup will deliver a lecture at
Westminster church to-morrow evening.
North Star division, uniformed rank, K.
P., will have a dance at Pythian hall Christ
The "AdanilessEden" party continues to
draw large and pleased audiences at Pence
The state grange is still in session, with a
very light attendance. An open session will
be held to-day.
Officer J. J. Smith lias been presented
•vith a buffalo overcoat and a sealskin cap
by a party of friends.
All the Baptist churches of the city assisted
in holding a social at the Central Baptist
churcb last evening.
The Chi Psl fraternity held a ball in the
Chapter hall, at the University last evening.
A supper was also spread.
Fourteen warranty deeds were recorded
yesterday with the register of deeds, the con
sideration of which amounted to $11,050.
It is intimated that warrants for the arrest
of seventeen additional druggists are soon
to he issued for selling liquor as a beverage.
A sneak thief cabbaged W. H. Barber's
robe and blanket last night, but Sargent Nel
son caught him and recovered the property.
The ladies of the Ch urch of the Redeemer
held a bi-weekly meeting at the chnrch yes
terday afternoon, and enjoyed a tea at 6
Michael McGuire, who was formerly a
fireman at the West hotel, has received no
tification tbat a back pension aggregating
$4,401 has been granted him.
The city physician had removed from the
quarantine hospital all the furniture, and
stored it m a barn, for fear that some one
would set fire to the building. On Tuesday
night, the barn was burned.
Judge Young yesterday issued a temporary
injunction restraining the sheriff from selling
or disposing of the 6tock of Jacob Det_lsch to
satisfy the judgment of $5,000 in favor of
the First National bauk. The sale was to
have taken place to-day.
On Thursday evening, December 18, the
members of North Star lodge, No. 6, I. O. O.
F., will give a '-social dance" at their ball,
corner Nicollet avenue and Third street.
Geo. 11. Thomas and H. J. Hoyt compose the
committee upon entertainment.
Yesterday J. E. Steers, a so-called, or 60
--styled, vitapathic physician, was arraign ed
before the municipal court charged with
practicing medicine without proper state au
thority. The trial was set for December 23,
in $200 bonds, which bonds were filed.
In the suit of H. L. Magoon vs. Minnesota
Transfer & Packing company the jury gave
the plaintiff a verdict for $275. The plaint
iff claimed the defendants hired him for a
year.and discharged him before the time was
out without cause. He asked for $381.35.
Job Erickson and Emma Jacobson, R.
D. McGilivray and Seermentha Gahagan,
Andrew Swenson and Jennie Bergstrora, T.
J. Williamson and Kate L. Smith, Andrew
Tuleen and Maggie Swanson, C. J. Alun and
Hulda Johnson, yesterday obtained marriage
A meeting of the Stock Breeders' associa
tion of the state was held at the board of
trade rooms yesterday afternoon, and dis
cussed the matter of transportation rates on
the j various roads for thoroughbred stock.
It was reported that the Manitoba Railway
company had agreed to make a reduction.
The following is a list of the newly elected
officers of the Royal Arcanum : Regent, Ira
J. Covey; vice regent, N. L. Cooper; orator,
C. C. Shockcy; secretary, H. R. Brooke;
collector, W. C. Marsh; treasurer, H. F.
Converse; chaplain, R. L. Stillman; guide,
it. A. Biitz: warden, Benj. Mooers; 6entry,
.!. •'. D.v. i .-.rt; trustees, Geo. C. Still-
an, Dr. BUlx, .',. M. Miller.
St. John's chapter, Royal Arch Masons,
bus elected the following oflicers for the
fear: H. Kirkwood, H. P. J. W. Nash, K.
H.: G. Frost, S. ; W. D. Peet, C. ofH.; J.
Smith, P. S. ; I. Attwood, C. of G. A.; R.
Archibald, G. M. of 3d V. T. E. Mercer, G.
M. of 2d V. : B. S. Kilrington, G, M. of Ist
A.: J. Harris, li. M. ; W. A. Killer, chap
lain; J. M. Williams, treasurer; G. W. Cates,
The roller rink craze, as it has been de
nominated in language more expressive than
elegant, continues unabated, and now Al
Bchafer has decided to transform his fine hall
into a rink. Consequently the series of
dances, which were inaugurated in that place
in the early fall, will suspend until spring.
The rink will be opened day before Christ
mas. During the afternoon of that day ad
mission will be free.
The chain of evidence worked up by Detec
tives Hawkinson and Caswell against the no
torious "Billy, the Kid," upon which he wag.
held to the grand jury, displays the wonted
tact of those officers in handling an excep
tionally blind case. No one anticipated that
happy result. "Billy, the Kid" Is not only
a bad man, but an exceedingly shrewd
worker. He always manages to pretty effect
ually cover up his tracks.
Nov. 29 Peter Johnson, in Brooklyn, this
couuty, was arrested for stealing hay, valued
at $20, from J. J. KenneUs. He was taken
before Justice of Peace Norris; at that place,
who bound him over to tbe grand jury.
Johnson was accordingly brought to this city
and incarcerated in the county jail yester
day, Judge Koon granted a writ of habeas
this morning. The claim is made that the
Justice of the peace erred in binding Johnson
over to the grand jury as the value of the
hay is too small to allow the action.
At last the old Tribune company has paid
the city the rent due for the space occupied
In the city hall. The event occurred yester
day. For twenty months the city council has
tried in vain to collect, and the matter was
finally about to be taken into the courts.
The bill amounted to $2,500. The Tribune
will soon be removed to the new building,
and in accordance with the conditions of the
lease the stean. boilers and fixtures now
owned by the Tribune pass into the possession
OX the .city upon the removal of the paper.
BOARD OF "EDUCATION.
transacting the Final Business ofthe Tear
—More Legislation Wanted— Mill* Ordered
The monthly meeting of the board of edu
cation was held yesterday nt the office f *.)>■.
The matter of supplying certai a rooms iv '
'.be Sumner, Whittier and Wei_t»r school
Imilding with more efficient hewing appa
ratus was referred to the building- committee
ivilb power to act.
At the request of Superintendent Tousley
the board voted to donate the $2100 collected
tor the new spelling manual and aiso $79
fceoeived from' tuition fees. _to the school
library fund. '.-•
It was decided to pay $10 toward » the -.pur-
chase of a set of cyclopaedia, providing the
schools pay tbe other $10.
A note was ordered drawn to meet the ex
penses for the month of December whicb ag
gregate $24,000. The pay roll for the
month was $18,000, the largest in the history
of the city.
The annual report of the board, printed in
pamphlet form, was accepted.
Tbe finance committee was instructed to
attend to the matter of securing proper leg
islation this winter, permitting tbe board of
regents of the university to 6_il to the board
of education a tract of land on University
avenue for school purposes.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
A Vast Amonnt of Routine Rns-iness
of Varying- Interest Transacted.
The "Tribune" Vat,* Its Rent at Ixist and
the Lease Ordered Conceited.
The city council transacted a vast amount
of routine business at tbe regular session last
night. President Clark occupied the chair.
As usual the budget of petitions and com
munications was large. These matters were
referred to the proper committees.
A plat of Oliver Park addition to tbe city
The city attorney suggested in communi
cation tbat a more systematic method be
adopted for keeping deeds of city property.
Referred to a special committee. ' .
The property owners residing on Three
and-a-half avenue south petitioned tbc coun
cil to change tbe awkward name of that
avenue to "Clinton avenne," and the same
was referred to the committee on streets,
grades and addition?.
Minnie Kingsley, of St. Paul, petitioned
the council for the sum of $2,000 for injuries
received from driving into aD excavation on
University avenue, October 11. Referred
to tbe committee on water works and the city
J. E. Bell and others presented a petition
for an ordinance prohibiting tbe publication,
exhibition or disposal of pernicious publica
tions, illustrations, photographs, etc. Re
ferred to the committee on ordinances.
- John O. Lanifair was appointed as special
policeman to serve at tbe Scandinavian Re
The mayor notified the council that he had
revoked H. Priest's liquor liccuse.
The city comptroller reported taxes can
celled and abated by tbe county board and
It was resolved that the city engineer be
authorized to issue certificates showing that
the owner or reputed ownerof any lot or par
cel of land against which special assessments
for the taxes of the year 1884, or prior
thereto, have been made for constructing
sidewalks, sewers, water mains, curb and
gutter stones, street pavements, at his own
cost or expense, and that said special assess
ment has been erroneously made, and that
the county treasurer of Hennepin county be
and is hereby requested to recover said cer
tificates of the city engineer as cash for the
amount named therein, and that the city
treasurer be, and is hereby requested to se
cure from the county treasurer such certi
ficates as cash for the amount thereon, etc.
Upon the motion of the committee on
claims, the bill of Andrew Olson for services
as watchman on the Tenth avenue bridge
was rejected, the regular watchman haviug
been paid his salary.
The sum of $1,800 was appropriated out of
the permanent improvement fund for
Messrs. Harvey &My hre as their interests
may appear for tract of land on Twenty
A warrant for $208.33 was ordered
drawn in favor of Martin Ludwig
refunding a portion of his liquor license, and
a warrant in favor of E. Thompson, for the
same purpose, was also ordered.
The sisters of the orphan asylum, having
had the grade on their property, corner Third
street and Sixth avenue north, lowered to
meet the requirements of the street car com
pany, asked to be reim nursed for the new
sidewalk laid in the sum of $81.77. erred
to committee on claims.
Upbn motion of the motion of the com
mittee on public grounds and buildings, a
contract was awarded to Meuzcl <fc Ferguson
for furnishing lamp posts at the stipulated
price of $9.50 each.
the nmni'i LEASE.
It was reported that the Tribune company
bad paid the rent for space occupied in the
city hall. A communication from A. B.
Nettlcton explained the status of the sub
leases as follows : ':*■-".
Committee on public grounds and build
ings: "*.. ;'-•■;
The proposition made through your com
mittee that the existing lease of portions of
city hall to the Miuueapolis Tribune company
be cancelled on the payment of rent to date
of such cancellation is accepted.. This ac
ceptance involves the surrender to the city
of all fixtures placed in the city ball building
by the Tribune company. specifies in said
lease, pursuant to the understanding reached
with your committee, it is hereby requested
that the cancellation and surrender take
effect January 1, 1885, on which date the
Tribune company expects to vacate the
premises. | — |
In case the city council should prefer such
a course. I understand the Tribune Job
Printing company are willing to accept
an assignment of the present lease for its
unexpired term, or make a new one on a
The tenants of the city hall building hold
ing under the Tribune company are as fol
Western Union telegraph company, paying
per month $125.
Northwestern telephone exchange, paying
per month $30.
Swedish publishing company, paving per
month $35. '.YYYY.
Tribune job printing company, paying per
The foregoing charges include heat M well
as rent, and covers "power to Tribune job
The telegraph company has the option to
remain until April, 188G, and telephone com
pany the option to remain until Juue 1888, but
both will probably wish to vacate the prem
ises at an early day.
Aid. Sly suggested that the leases all be
taken up with a view to securing better and
more satisfactory arrangements. Aid. John
son moved that the committee on public
grounds and buildings be instructed to can
cel the lease with the Tribun; company.
The committee on public grouuds and
buildings, to whom bad been "referred the
matter of contracting for fuel for the various
city departments, reported that they found
that a contract is already in existence for fur
nishing the fire department with coal, and
stated that this department consumes more
fuel than all other departments combined.
The committee suggested that ■ system be
adopted so that the proper officers should
always make purchases of supplies rather
than allow the chairmen of each
committee to make purchases as they see fit,
and have the same done by contracts instead
of private arrangements.
Aid. Johnson moved that the matter be re
ferred back to the committee with instruc
tions to readvertise for proposals for urn ._■_.
ing fuel. Adopted.
Upon motion of Aid. Hauean that portion
of the report pertaining to legislation be re
ferred to the committee on legislation.
It was voted to vacate First street, from
Thirty-second avenue north to Thirty-third
avenue; Second street, from Thirtv
6econd , j avenue to Thirty-fourth
avenue, and Two-and-ouc-half street from
Thirty third to Thirty-fourth avenue, and all
Upon the motion of the committee on
streets, grades and additions, plats of the fol
lowing plats of new additions to the city were
Pratt's addition, Andrew Bergquist's ad
dition, and the rearrangement of Fifth di
vision of Remington park addition.
The committee on, railroads reported in
favor of granting the .Northern Pa
cific Railway company to change their
right of way from First street to Second
street above Twenty-third avenue north, and
an amendment to the ordinance in accord
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18 .1884.
ance therewith was given Its first reading.
Under a suspension of rules the ordinance
QCAKAXTIXE HOSPITAL VACATaU.
The city physician reported that as the city
has no keeper for the quarantine hospital be
bad bad the furniture property atoned. He
also urged that immediate provision
be made for the care ot patients
in case of an outbreak of amall pox.
Furthermore be suggested that the vehicle
used to convey patients to the hospitals be re
paired at once. Referred to the committee
on health and hospitals.
The committee on health and hospitals re
ported, recommending plans and specific*
tions be drawn at once fcr a new peat bouse,
to be placed on tbe tract of land recently
purchased for the purpose.
The matter proved a bone of contention
and stirred up the combative element of tbe
council, and motions to adopt, to recommit,
to adjourn, to lay on the table, came "fast
and furious.-' Finally the previous question
was moved and the report was adopted.
Loren Fletcher has gone to Washington.
W. W. Eastman and family have gone
south for the winter.
B. F. Keller, a Cass county, Dakota, com
missioner, Is in the city."
E. G. Whittlesey, a prominent business
man of Tower City, was at the West yester
thk MILLING KKVIKW.
A Resume of Business for the Week Among
the Flouring Hills.
The Xorthwatern Miller furnishes the Globe
with the following, which will appear in that
With mercury well down in tbe teens tbe
volume of water in tbe river has fallen away
largely, and the mills are left considerably
short of power, though some are more
affected in this respect tban others. Tbe an
noyance was first felt on Friday and Satur
day, and since tben it has gradually grown
worse, until there are several mills unable to
do better than to run with half feed. Tbi ..to
gether with the idleness of three mills and
short stoppages of others from break-downs,
reduced the output of flour last week. The
production for tbat period amounted to l._-.
--850 barrels— 23, 973 barrels dally against
152. 800 barrels the preceding week. Tbis
week the mills arc more seriously affected,
one-third of them not being able to turn out
more than one-half to two-thirds their usual
amount of flour. The output in consequence
will be much lighter. The shortage of power
is believed to be largely due to the very cold
weather which has prevailed the past week,
ice forming and acting us a barrier to tbe
free passage of water. The trouble will prob
ably be only temporary.
There is a steadier feeling in the flour
market, and offers are daily refused by our
millers, who have decided to stop making
concessions at come and abroad. Tbe de
cline in flour has been fur out of proportion
with that in wheat, and the time has come
when it can not be sold lower. Foreign
buyers are the first to realize this fact, and
they show some disposition to act on the idea
that the present is a good time to load up.
There is not much change in the domestic
trade. Every effort is being made to extend
and increase it, and the success of many in
this line is reported as most gratifying. There
is no change in prices.
The following were the receipts at and
shipments from Minneapolis for the weeks
ending on the dates given:
Dec. 16. Dec. 9. Not. 2.
Wheat, bus 957,710 837,700 797.000
Flour, bbls 525 1,203 1,350
Mills-lull, tons 75 154 110
Dec. 16. Dec. 9. Nov. 2.
Wheat, bu« 216,200 316,000 281,400
Flour, bbls 130,717 137,446 112,770
MUlstaff, tons 3,322 4,051' 2,030
The wheat in store in public elevators in Min
neapolis, as well as the stock at St. Paul and
Duluth, Is shown in the appended table :
Dec 15. Dec. 8.
No. 1 hard 1,007,193 987,828
N0.2 hard 43,551 46,993
No. 1 1,392,467 1,418,435
No- 155,464 182,034
Rejected 12,970 9,447
Special bins 784,017 811,231
Total 3,395,662 3,455,468
Dec. It. Dec 10. Dec. 3.
In elevators, bus.. 1,230,000 1,180,000 1,120,000
Dec. 16. Dec 9. Dec 2.
In elevators,bus.. 3.818,797 3,312,235 2,447,000
E. G. Anderson vs. Mordecai White; an-
David Bayler vs. John Marshing; action
to secure the specific -performance of a con
Bundle Spence Co. vs. C. C. Brand, et aL ;
action to recover $123 for goods. .
Co-operative Printing Co. vs. J. W. Den
nison; script filed.
The Austiu, Tomlinson & Webster (Manu
facturing Co. vs. Frederick Hilk-r; action to
recover $333.40 on a promissory note.
W. H. Haight vs. Delia White, $1,614.65.
Andrew C. Hangan vs. Mathias Tangen.
Crane Bros. vs. W. G. Ite, $94.07.
Barnard & Cope vs. A. Murphy, $30,955.
Crane Bros. vs. W. G. Tiee, $94.07.
Before Judge Lochren.)
P. K. Dederick A Co. vs. Minneapolis
Warehouse «fc Storage company; continued by
consent to January 9.
Win. G. Cam mack vs. Caroline P. McNair,
John B. A. Paradis vs. Le Conodienne, set-
11. L. Magoeu vs. the Minnesota Packing
company; verdict for plain tiff for $275; stay
of thirty days ordered.
W. L. Kein vs. Joseph A. _: stricken
from the calendar.
F. C. Bern* ifc Co. vs. Jerry Smith; verdict
for plaintiff for $101.
j Before J edge Koon. I
Wheeler & Carter vs. -'has. Sjolander;
verdict for plaintiff for $185.
Margaret!:! Mi. -Ike vs. .las. Stoldart; jury
trial waived; trial by consent and sub
(Before Jad^e iand. I
Estate of Andrew Lowberg; petition to
prove will tiled; hearing January 12.
Estate of Abigail J. Coaca; order for cred
itors to present claims made.
In re insanity of Adelaide Zoeebe; exam
: ined and committed.
-_fw»i.<->\>M. ' Ct .«■ *„ •
(Berore Judge Bailey. J
Charles Buckcr and Frank Dmigan,
drunkenness; commuted five days each.
Nich Schlls, drunken uess; paid a fine in
Wm. Bold, disorderly conduct; committed
Edward Bunker, larceny of a lap robe
from C. S. Langdon; "committed thirty
Herman Looman, leaving horse unhitched:
Herman Loomau, leaving horse unhitched:
paid a tine in $1. '
J. E. Steers, practising medicine ' without
proper state authority; continued until Dec.
23d in $200 bonds. "
Another Victory for Sullivan^
New Tome, Dec. 17. — John L. Sullivan
and Alfred Greenfield were in the court of
general sessions to-day, with a great number
of associates and a crowd of spectators. Sul
livan and Greenfield were on trial on the
charge preferred by tl.-- police that their
meeting in Madison Square garden was a
violation of law. After the. presentation of
the case by the counsel for the prosecution,
and the police had given their testimony, a
recess was taken.
' After the recess Harry HIU, James O'Neill,
Billy Edwards and other sporting men and
ex-pugilists, for the defense, testified the
blows struck were very light, and that the
fight -was a very tame affair. Greenfield
deposed ,be bad not struck Sum van any
harder blows than be bad given pupils,
and with not the slightest IlWeeUne.
The witness- brow was abrased by
accidentally striking Sullivan's bead. Sulli
van testified be kept a saloon la Boston. He
denies severe blows were struck in the en- ■
counter. The witness did not get angry and
be bad strength to have struck Greenfield a j
much harder, blow tban be did. In , the con
test the witness never gave or received blows '.
that hurt. The counsel on both sides
summed up, and -Barret in the charge |
warned tbe Jury to divest themselves of sym
pathy with sparring m -itches, and with any.
prejudice* against boxing matches, and de
i termine if this was a fight or contention,
! without weapons, for the mastery. If it waa
. a physical contention for supremacy, then
the defendants were guilty under the statute.
| The jury was out five minutes and returned
; with a verdict of "not guilty." *
A Short L-'jfirin-r Season.
I Spec ial Telerra-c to the Globe. |
Dcbcqce, la., Dec 17.— Mr. D. J. Spauid
ing, of the Dubuque Lumber company, ar
rived here yesterday from the pineries, and
brings very discouraging reports of tbe con
dition of laborers tbere. He aays men are
working for from one-halt to two-thirds the
wages they received last season. The lum
ber companies which employ them will not
harvest over a 40 per cent, crop of logs, and
some of the larger companies are not op
erating at all. The Mississippi Legging com
pany is refusing to contract for the purchase
of logs, contrary to Its usual custom. What
the company does buy It procures at $0.50 to
$7 per 1,000. On the Chippewa at SL Croix
the roads are In good condition so far
as the snow is concerned. Hauling may be
said to have fairly commenced, and some
concerns are doing good work on their high
ground, but marshes and low lands are not
sufficiently frozen to admit of advantageous
logging in all tbc camps. Tbe amount of
snow already on the ground does not en
courage the hope that the ground will be suf
ficiently frozen for some time, and a heavy
enow will make disadvantageous logging. A
good many of the lumber dealers would like
to see this occur, if it should result in limit
ing the cut of logs. A good many men and
teams are being kept back until after the hol
idays, and the season in tlie woods will be at
The Dakota Democrats.
(Special let-ram to tha Globe.l
Abekdeen, D. T., Dec. 17. The Demo
cratic territorial central committee met here
! to-day. Nineteen members were present
Tbe committee was called togetber at 3 p.
m., at the Hotel Artesian. Major C. Boyd
I Barrett delivered, on behalf of tbe Democrats
| of Aberdeen, an address of welcome, and
tendered the committee tbe hospitalities of
j tbe city. Hon. D. M. Inman responded,
reviewing the history of the party and its
struggles in tbc territory. In closing be
said: "We baTe elected to tbe presidency a
man who is the choice of tbe masses, fresher
from the people than . any before elected, tbe
Napoleon of bis day. Under his wise and
beneficient administration prosperity and
plenty will again be the portion of the entire
American people. Witn proper effort Dakota,
I believe, can be made Democratic." Tbe
chairman then stated the object of the meet-
ing to be the consideration of the important
question, admission and division, now pend-
ing in congress, and tbe attitude the terri
torial Democracy should assume on those
questions. After a long consideration of
matters before tbe committee an adjourn-
ment was taken. In tbe evening a reception
was giren the visiting Democrats, whicb was
enlivened by speeches by citizens and visj
.tors. Tbe meeting of the committee here
bas been productive of moch good. A Demo
cratic club was formed bere but nigbt with
fifty-eight charter members.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dalley, of Tunkhannock, Pa.,
was afflicted for six years with Asthma and
Bronchititsduring whice time the best physicians
could give no relief. Iler life was despaired of,
until in last October she proenred a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery, when immediate relief
was felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in flesh
50 lbs. in a few months.
Free trial bottle* of this certain cure of all
Throat and Lung Diseases at Bethune & Lamby's
Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
FOR SALE — A fully equipped restaurant in
best location. A profitable investment.
Inquire Globe office, Minneapolis. 352-53
FOR SALE— Finest bred English pug logs in
the country. Pedigree furnished. F. Horst.
118 South Washington avenue. 350-956
ll —I ,11 __g
Notice of Dissolution.
Mm of Dissolution.
The copartnershio heretofore existing under
the name of CONNELLY _fc O'REILLY bas been
dissolved. The nndersigned will collect all oili*
and assume all liabilities. . _ _ '"■
Minneapolis, December 15th. ISS4. 351-53
Frr-neb, German and American Rrstauraiit.
£05 NICOLLET AVENUE.
MINNEAROLIS, MINN., : '
Sitnated in the center of the city, convenient to
all railroad station, mercantile houses,
the Mil!* etc.
Has rooms en-suit with Bath and Closets.
Passenger and Baggage Elevators and
All modern improvements!
Table and attendance first-class. Special rates to
Theatrical and Excursion parlies. .-• '■■'■[
JOHN T. WEST, - PaonuxTOß.
MINNEAPOLIS, - - MINN.
This magnificent WtMSt POOF HOTEL was
open to the traveling public in July last. It has
eveiy convenience known to modern hotel; —
- , . . .
ICO Chambers with Bath.
ISO ."ham-ers ■ ith Bsth.
Electric Lights. etc.
Tabic and attendance unsurpassed, and rates
a; low as any flrst-class hotel in tbe United States.
$3 PER DAY. and upwards, according' to
location of rooms.
• JOHN T. WEST. Proprietor.
Cn_.s. W. l___-_a__, Manager.
A. L. BILLINGS & CC,
Wholesale Dealers in
«BULK * SHELL OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
GAME. POULTRY. ETC.
-<orlhwestem Agents for ihe Mammoth Celery.
214 ASIC First Attn ue South. _lis.-__ro_.is
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION,
DES MOINES, IOWA.
Organized by bankers of lowa and Illiaols. aad
incorporated July 1. 1879, _* a benevolent organ!
ration in the state of lowa, tor to ml. hin; lite
ptotection to bankers, merchant, and professional
aaa of the Northwest.
Aiming to ' provide a sound seccritjr for the
payment of it* certificates of membership st the
lowest possible con, and managed in the interest
of its member*.
Experience has demonstrated the full accom
plishment of ihei-e aim*. To intelligent, think
ing men, aiming to provide against contingencies
for the protection of their families, it* feature*
are well worthy of careful consideration.
We shall be pleased to com. or call on
any, to fully explain iv plan* aad purposes, a.
we offer In this association, taking into con
sideration the management, class of member
ship, security aad cost, an opportunity for life
protection not equaled in this country.
Experienced ..licitors and local agents, who
can give bank references as to character aad
ability, wanted throughout the state.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION.
" ■'• 114 ' Washington Av-rse South.
867 ______* polls, ".Ilea
Mir.\EAPOLi*, Dec. 17.
Mixxkai-olis, Dec. 17.
Wednesday: dear and cold.
Except the "Piymouth" can you find sc '
fair and liberal privileges as the following.
given with every sale: *
Keep This Ticket,
Its number tells us tbe date and details of
We hereby guarantee:
Ist. That the prices of our goods shall be as
low as the same quality of material
and manufacture are sold anywhere
in the United States.
2d. That the prices are precisely the same
to everybody for same "quality on
same day of purchase
3d. Thai the quality of goods is as repre
4th. That tbe full amount of cash paid will
4th. That the full amount of cash paid will
be refunded if customers find the
articles unsatisfactory, and return
them unworn and uninjured within
10 days of date of purchase.
PLTiiorrn Clotbim- Hocse,
We have built upour present and constant-
ly Increasing business by never going
on the above guarantee,' which is far more
reliable than the mere verbal agreement of
Plymouth flothintr House,
14 Washington- Ay. North,
14 W-snixoTox Ay. North,
Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing,
Furnishings, HaU and Caps,
219,231, 233 Fint at*, south.
WW-BROWN- M t
W.W. BKOWN Mana^et
JAME.- >\ HEELER.. .B usiness <fc stage -V
J AMEs Vt lIEELER.. .Bnsiness Jt Stage Manager
WEEK OF DECEMBER 15, 1884
More New Stars.
The famous '-.Muldoon Quartette." the Leaton
Slaters, Kay and Leatou, Lizzie Shelton. Triiv
Hamilton. Hazel Blake. Frankie Baker, John
and Dai-y Donaldson, the Harrises (Tom aad
Emma), Eva Rosa. Minnie Emerson. Vintie Val-
dean. Sam Yager. Frankie Scott, Letts Laviere,
James Wheeler, and the Regular Stock Company.
Matinees Thnraday and Saturday afternoon a;
grPOPCLAR PRICES _ff3
LEIDIG'S CORN REMOVER.
Every bottle warranted lo cure hard corns,
soft corns, bunions, wart.. callouses, moles, etc.,
without pain. bold by all druggists at 50c per
CROSMAN & PLI'MMER, druggists, Minneapolis.
apolis. originators, sole manufacturers and pro-
prietors of the only genuine Loam's Coax
Remover In America. Look out for fraud*.
CARRIAGE ~ ML\ I FACTORY,
AND REPAIR SHOP.
STRICKLAND & HUME, Proprietors.
No. 117 Thinl Street South.
Have purchased this establishment of M. Z.
Mayon, and will do first-class work at bottom
p. p. swim,
IOC Wasniß2t n Ays. Sou n,
100 WasMD£t n ATii Son b.
(Under Northwestern National Bank )
MINNEAPOLIS. - MINN.
fSTTickcts sold to and from all Foreign ports.
also drafts on all the principal cities of Europe.
Lands for sale or exchange in Wisconsin. M:n-
Peseta and Dakota. l_s-_m
37 Tliird St. 8. M BBeapolis. JUno.
i 37 THM SL S. Hnneapolis, JIM
Treat all Chronic, Nerrons Diseases of
Men and Women.
Well known as the founder of tne Montreal
tC. E.) Mkdical Institute, and having given
his entire attention for the past twenty years to
the treatment of chronic and special diseases in-
eident to both sexes, his succe.s has produ-cd
astonishing result*. By his method of treat-
ment, the suffering are fully restored to original
health. He would call the attention of the
afflicted to the fact of bis long-standing and
earned reputation, as a sufficient assurance
of his skill and success. Thousands who have
been under his treatment have felt and expressed
emotions of gratitude welling up from hearts
touched for the first time by the silken chord
that whisper* of returning health.
Those suff-;:.g from Catarrh or Bronchitis.
can be assured of a perfect cure by his new
- method of treatment.
DR. '-IXNEY can detect the slightest dis
ease of the Chest, Lungs or any Internal organ
and guarantee s a -ire in every case ha under-
It alters not wh-*t yonr troubles may he,
' come and let tbe Doctor examine your case, Ir
jit is BAULK II .: will iell im ">. IF NOT. uc
j will tell tou that; Ij.-.e wi.l not undertake
. a case units* be is coufident of aff_ctin._r a cure.
' It will cost you nothing for consultation; »o
; please call and satisfy yourselves whether the
i Doctor understands your case.
| Who may be suffering from nervous aebtlite
I will do well to avail themselves of this, tbe
greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering \
Do. SPINNEY will G_-_.__A.\*TEB to FoarErr j
I Five Ilex onan Dollars for every case of weak- i
1 ness or disease of any kind or character, wbich
ihe undertakes and fails to cure. He would I
i theiefore say to the unfortunate sufferer who j
j may read this notice, thst you ar-- treading oa ■
dangerou* ground, when you longer lielay in
i seeking tbe proper remedy for your complaint
' You may be In the first stage — remember that
' yon are approaching the last. If you are border
• Srr on the last, and are -ferine- some or all of !
j ils ill effects, remember that if you obstinately [
i pre.lst in procrastination, the time must come
' when the most skillful physician can render yoa
' no assistance ; when tLe door of hope will be
closed against yon ; when no angel of mercy can I
bring you relief. In no case has the doctor failed j
,of success. Then let not despair work itself i
i upon your imagination, tut avail yourself of the
j beneficial results of his treatment before your
case is beyond the reach of medical shill, or be*
! fore stria death hurries you to a premature grove
j ilie.tui-U v» 1..10U1 I -iv- Kiii-eori_i_,-_t_ir
1 '_ i-eie aie many _,- in- age troiu thirty to sixty
who ate troubled with frequent evacuations of
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
emartisg or burning sensation and weakening
the system hi a manner the patient cannot ac-
count for. On examining the urinary deposits
atopy sediment wi.l often be found, and some-'
times small particles of albumen will appear, or
the color will be of a thin, or miiklgh hue, again
changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There arc many men who die of this difficulty.
ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage
of weakness of vital organs. Dr. S. will guarantee
a perfect cure in ail such cases, and a healthy
restoration of these organs.
Only one interview required in the majority of
cases. Balance of treatment can be taken at
home without any interruption to business.
' All letters or communications strictly confi* '
dential. Medicines packed so as not to excite
cariosity, and sent by express, if full description
of case Is given, bat a personal Interview in all
cases preferred. ' i4Sß__BK_o_3oU_M|
, Otoce Hotras— to 12 a. m-, 1 to 5 and 7to J ,
p. m. Sunday, 9talo a. ex. only. Consultation
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