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j .««.*»• Sicnllet\nousQ. office hour.v front, <J
• *■». to 10 o'clock P. II':
Company B drilled last night.
Last day <••:•!. present term of the
public schools.
Republican county convention will
bo held on Monday.
Clark £ Edward?, the new comedy team
at Wood's Opera house, ana ri success.
The Knights of Labor met in their hall
at 110 South Washington avenue last night.
Col. Bain lectured upon temperance be
fore a large house at Harrison hall last
Prof. Danz's band will give an open air
concert at Snyder's pai kon Tenth street
this evening.
Robert Blakie paid a line of $10 and
costs yesterday, for keeping his saloon
open ou Sunday.
A meeting of the >on-; of veterans was
held at the otliea of the Cedar Lake Ice
company last night.
The ladies of the Free Baptist church
will give an ice cream and strawberry
festival at the church.
J. A. Carlson has removsd his wood
oliice to No. 22 Washington avenue north,
Telephone connections.
Chief of Police Miller returned to Wi
nona with a naughty couple he arrested the
previoa* night, yesterday.
Henry Miller's iiume r-till continues
jjlacarded at the police court. His case is
now -et to occur on the at'tornoon of the
A. \V. West, Esq., is pleased with the
appearance and the workmanship dis
played in the erection cf his magnificent
Alfred H. Taylor, of St. Louis, was
thrown from a baggy in a collision and
sustained a compound fracture of hi 3
right arm.
The Republican primaries will be held
on Saturday night, but it is stated by the
"knowing ones" that the slate has been
made up already.
Charley Fisher, charged with robbing a
Swede of $42, will be given a hearing on
the 18th. In the meantime he will sojourn
with Jimmy Stoddart.
The biggest real estate transfer recorded
yesterday was lots in Remington's second
addition to Minneapolis, sold by C. F.
Menage to A. J. Evans.
ED. Reed claims to have been robbed
of £l(> by foot pads who assaulted him
while he was passing Camp «fc Walker's
lumber yard on Wednesday night.
"< >ne-eyed M Moriarity was sent to the
county jail by his honor yesterday, for dis
orderly conduct. He is a tough customer
and the public is safe with him there.
A man named Livingston was worked
by t; con" men on a Northern Pacific train.
He lost $125, but he at once informed the
conductor who compelled them to give
William Ericksonhad his right arm frac
tured in a runaway Occident yesterday.
br. Ames set the broken bones and the
'patient will be about agaia in a short
Burglars went through the residence of
Theodore Bunker on the East side during
the absence of the family. They secured
a sinrill sum of money, a quantity of
clothing, etc. No clue.
Fred McKusick, of I ves & Co., confec
tionery dealers, on the east side, rejoices
at the advent of a ten-pound girl, and is
the recipient of a new tin plug hat from
congratulatory friends.
A sneak thiet undertook to walk off with
a bat which he took from the front of
Skoll & Robitshek'c store j osterday . He
was canght by one of the clerks and de
livered up to ;i policemen.
Prof. John Donaldson, who has the
reputation of standing longer in front of
Sullivan the champion slugger, will give a
sparring exhibition with Thomas Dovin
to-morrow night in Market hall.
A vagrant waa fouiul Bleeping in the
basement of the city market last night by
a Bpecial, who arrested him. Iv his pockets
were found nearly everything sold in the
market from an onion to a lot of nails.
Joliu Morris, the Louisiana colored
man, under arrest charged with robbing
Wm. J. Buckley of $328, will be given a
preliminary examination before Judge
Bailey in the municipal court this after
A plat of Biown & Stone's addition to
Minneapolis was tiled yesterday. It emb
races lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 of block 10, St.
Anthony Fail-, and is given to the public
by Baldwin Brown and wife and Mr. Al
vin Stone.
The entries for thts Minneapolis and the
Winnipeg races will close to-morrow. S.
B. Lovejoy, the secretary of the associa
tion, will be at the Nicollet house from 8
until 11 o'clock to-morrow evening to re
ceive the entries.
John Downey, the pack peddler who
drew his revolver on two fellow peddlers
in front of the Nicollet house on Wednes
day night, as described in yesterday's
Glo:;e, paid a line of $25 and costs in the
municipal conrt yesterday.
The jury in the case oi Anthony Such
aneck vs. the St. Paul, Minneapolis <k
Manitoba Railway company, now on trial
before Judge Koon, left at 5:15 o'clock to
view the premises of complaint and ascer
tain the damage sustained.
The Minneapolis officials of the Minne
apolis & St. Louis railroad have received
a telegraphic communication from J.
Francis Meade, the Canadian agent of
Hanlan, the great oarsman, looking to
wards an exhibition on Lake Minnetonka
next month.
Chief Berry sounds the note of warning
to delinquent dray and expressmen. Every
member of that "profession" who shall
not have taken out their proper licenses,
will be ushered before his honor by a
guardian of the city ordinances and be re
quired to deposit a fine.
A Scandinavian named Erick A. Erick
son had the misfor'une to catch his right
foot in the gearing of two ponderous cog
wheels at the paper mill yesterday. His
footwas tfr.ibly crushed, and being taken
to Dr. Ames' office, all save the big toe
were amputated, with a portion of the
mutilated foot.
The tickets for the Miller's excursion to
morrow hive been limited to 1,200 and
were reported nearly all sold yesterday.
Hot tea and coffee will be furnished grat
uitously, and Danz's band will furnish the
music. Capt Davidson will comman the
Belle of Mincetouka. It promises to be
a gala day .
At 11:30 last night a thug attacked a
stranger at the boarding house at 123
North Second street, knocked him down
and then kicked him until nis life is
despaired of. The patrol wagon took the
sufferer to the College hospital There is
no apparent cause for the murderous as-
Bauit, The victim is a stranger who ar
rived yesterday, and is a Scandinavian la
borer. His ribs were nearly all crushed
in on one side. The brute unfortuuately
escaped before the polico arrived.
The preliminary examination of Louis
Blousleiu, the Hebrew merchant charged
with obtaining goods from the Coyken
dall brothers under false pretenses, was
set. for yesterday, but the parties thereto
not i't'iii^ ready, the case was continued
until the '_T)th instant, under |800 bonds,
Edwin Bernstein and Max Bentson becom
ing sureties.
The Minneapolis papers allege that the
iirst sea lion which was born in captivity
was that recently born in P. T. Carnum's
menagerie. This is an error. Last spring
a thirty-live pound sea lion first drew the
breath of life in the aquarium of R. F.
Jones, on Hennepin avenue, and is now on
exhibition there.
E. J. Davenport, clerk of the district
court, was busy copying papers yesterday
by the caligraph. He is yet a novice at
the instrument, but with continued prac
tice he will eventually become an expert
and able to copy about o,50() words per
hour. That rate is double the rapidity of
a quick long-hand-writer.
Division No. 2of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians met last night in Martin's hall,
South Minneapolis, and elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year: Thomas
Dunn, president; Michael Walsh, vice
president; J. J. Mullane, recording sec
retary; Dennis Urennan, financial secre
tary: Edward Grace, treasurer.
~At yesterdays session of the Grand
lodge I. O. G. T.. the following officers
were elected: Representative to R. W.
grand lodge, Wm. P. Roberts. Delegate'
trt R. W. grand lodge, J. M. Dunham .
Alternates, Geo. W. Pennirnan and F. E.
Patterson. G. W. C. T., A. P. Newt: grand
counseller, J. M. Duuhaui; grand worthy
vice templar, Miss Nellie Seymour.
The summer session of the Minnesota
State Horticultural society will be held at
the state university, June 27, and 28.
Premiums are offered for the best display
of strawberries of various kinds of $9
each, and for best display of six or more
varieties $5. On Wednesday at 2 p. m.
will occur the opening exercises, addresses,
volunteer papers, question box and discus
sions. Appointment of judges on
premiums. At 2 p. m. on Thursday the
addresses, questi-n box, volunteer papers
and discussions, general business and final
Thomas Canty has got out an injunction
against F. Lutterner and Clerk Davenport,
of the district court, for the purpose of
preventing the former from drawing out
and the latter from paying out certain
money deposited by the Minneapolis &
St. Louis Railway company in the hands
ot the clerk, for running through Lutter
ner's land. The attorney's fees are $200
for conducting the case in the district and
supreme courts. Lutterner had lost a
trial in the district court a year before tho
present attorney?, T. Canty and R. H. Day,
took up the case.
At the annual meeting of the Young
Men's Christian association the following
officers were elected for .;' the year: Presi
dent, H. E. Fletcher; first vice president,
W. M. Tenney; second vice president, C.
E. Dyer; recording secretary, F. A. Cham
berlin; treasurer, R. A. Davidson; directors,
Edmund Savage, 0. J. Griffith, A. J. Con
dit, A. Nash, George H. Miller, F. It. War
ner, H. M. Farnham, M. Culchette, R. F.
Hurlburt, J. W. Janney, Charles E. Lyons,
F. C. Nichols. The articles of incorpora
tion were .amended, as was the constitu
tion. The receipts for the past year have
been $4,498.79; expenditures, $31,198.69,
leaving cash in the treasury, $1,300.10.
At the Star*' Formerly Occupied by lirt'n
iuih, Starr & Everett, 247 and 949 Iltnne
j>in Avenue.
An opportunity seldom offered to the
people of Minneapolis and St. Paul to buy
furniture at cost, will be offered during the
coming week. The Knickerbocker Furni
ture company finding themselves over
stocked with fine chamber suits and par
lor furniture, which they are unable to
display at their present limited quarters
on Nicollet avenue, and not being able to
get into their new store before October,
have decided to close out $25,000 worth of
goods at >'xact cost (freight added) for spot
cash. All goods will be marked in plain
figures. Call early and get first choice.
Tlie If'ttfer foul mission.
A regular meeting of the board of water
commissioners was held in the office of the
superintendent of the wafer works. Pres
ent: Mayor Ames Commissioners Grim
shaw and Davis, Superintendent Henion
and Engineer Waters. A number of peti
tions for permission to lay mains, make
connections, etc., were introduced and re
ferred. The committee on extensions re
ported in favor of laying pipes ou Univer
sity iivriuue, Sixteenth avenue and Fourth
street southeast. Also in favor of laying
a pipe on Ninth street, between Second
and Sixteenth avenues south, aud on Fif
teenth street from Nicollet avenue to Vine
Place. Adopted. The matter of furnishing
free water at a water trough on Sixth
avenue between Washington avenue and
Third street referred to tho board by the
city council elicited a general discussion
The board did not care to establish a rule
whereby any private parties may build
troughs where they please and have free
water. The superintendent was instructed
to turn the water on.
A main was ordered laid on Broadway
and Jackson street. A budget of bills
were allowed and the superintendent was
instructed to draw warrants for the re
spective amounts. Commissioner Griin
shaw reported that £in his opinion the rail
way companies were using a vast amount of
water for which they were not paying, and
Superintendent Heaion ;made a written
report of the various connections had by
the railway companies. It was also re
ported that in a large number of residen
ces the law was being daily violated and a
large amount of water wasted by running
lawn sprinklers from morning until night.
The matter was referred to a special com
mittee consisting of Commissioners
Grimsliaw and Brown. Commissioner
Davis moved that a safety guard be placed
at the pump house around the wheel pit.
Adopted. The engineer reported that the
Manitoba Railway company, ie tunneling
Hennepin avenue, would uncover the water
main which supplies the East side, necessi
tating placing the pipes beneath the ledge.
The engineers of the railroad company
explain tha"t the company will reimburse
the city for the expense. Engineer Waters
was instructed to prepare plans and speci
cations for the work and get bids from
lUnl.i imin vs. Blukenutn.
The scandal case brought by Magdßlena
A. Blakeman against her father-in-law,
William Blakeman, was tried yesterday
before Judge Young and a jury. Judge
Shaw and Attorney Keith appearing for
the plaintiff, and G R. Robinson and J. W.
Lawrence for defeudant. The complain
ant married Frank, the son of the defend
ant, on the 4th of May, 1879, he being then
undei twenty-one years of age. She stated
to a Globe reporter that the parents of
Frank were satisfied with the marriage
and gave him full consent, but shortly
after the nuptials they became very ugly
toward her, for no reason that she is aware
of, except that sho was poor
while they v ere wealthy. Slanderous re
ports were subsequently circulated by
William Blakeman derogatory to her moral
character, and through his persuasion her
husband left her and went to lowa to pro
cure a divorce, which he did not succeed
in obtaining, however. A son was born to
her on tho ltthof June, 1881, and Blake
mao, senior, propagated the scandal that
another man was the child's father. She
apparently loves her husband, and would
willingly live with him if he provided for
her simple want?. Ho kept a store on
Plymouth avenue r.nd Fourth street, but
closed up and went to school last
winter ; as she was informed.
For the greivous injury done her character j
by the circulation of slanderous reports
she now sues the defendant for damages
to the extent of $5,000. Mrs. lilakeman is
of German parentage and a native of
Minnesota. She is a pleasant looking lady,
possessing more than the average intelli
gence of her sex, and her little boy Henry
is a goodly child bearing a strong resem
blance to the mother. The husband is
attending the trial. The argument for the
defense closed last evening and that for the
the plaintiff commences this morning at '.)
Closing lS.rrrci.sex <>]' inline University —
The Oratorical Context — Awarding */'
Prises, Etc.
Yesterday morning the Hennepin avenue
M. E. church was well filled on the occa
sion of the closing exercises of the Ham- !
liv university commencement week.
An oratorical contest between
three classes of the university
for first, second and third prizes was an
interesting feature of the exercises, which
were opened at 10 o'clock by Dr. Johns.
"All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" was
effectively sung, and prayer was offered
by Rev. Wm. Copp, of Alden.
The contest for the third prize occurred
first and was opened by "Hiawatha's Woo
ing," recited by Miss Zella Organ.
"The Execution of Montrcse" was recited
by W. F. Force, in a pleasing voice and !
good style. Miss M. L. Russell followed '
with "The Death Bridge of the Taj-," which I
was effectively delivered. "Abraham Lin- j
coin" was delivered by S. F. Kerfoot, and '
elicited applause.
W. H. Dean gave a sketch of Irish peas- '
antry, Miss Francis Anderson recited a '
poom, and W. G. Weeks delivered an ora- !
tion upon Cicero's defense of Verres. !
Tho contest for the second prize was ;
more spirited than the other. The con- !
testants were selected from the third pre- j
paratory and freshman class. "Character" j
was the subject of a fine oration, delivered I
by J. W. Follensbee.
P. A. Cone delivered an oration on :
"How Scotland obtained her Freedom," j
and it was a fine effort.
A. B. Drew presented the necessity of a j
new party in a forcible manner, arraign- !
ing the present parties without mercy.
C. A. Cooper gave the life and works of
Julius Ctesar.
Prof. Carl Roeso sang a solo, "Cams ;
unto me." .
D. H. Tundy spoke upon the energies i
of society, and free trade was argued by j
E. P. Martin, when Hattie Garvin present- ;
ed the Life of Joan of Arc.
While the orchestra played a selection
the judges, Prof. Warner, Rev. A. C. Wil- j
liams and Rev. Dr. Wagner retired to ren- ,
der their decision. At this time J. W.
Follensbee, in behalf of the students of j .
tho university, presented President Johns
with a handsome cane, making a neat pre- i i
sen tation speech. Prizes for meritorious 1 1
scholarship in Greek were then awarded ;
to E. P. Robertson first, L. A. Wetsey sec- i
ond, S. C. Gale third. The prizes were
presented by A. H. White of Fargo, and j ,
consisted of $15, $10 and $5 respectively. I ,
The Latin prizes, consisting of the ' same
amounts, given by Briggs & Elder, of
Moorhead, wore awarded to E. P. Robert
son first, G. S. Parker second, Josie M.
Stowdes third. Dr. Wagner, of the com
mittee on prizes of the oratorical contest
announced their selections as follows: Miss
Hattie F. Garvin, first prize, $25; J. W.
Follinsbee, second prize, $15; Miss M. L.
Russell, third prize, $10. These prizes
were presented by E. J. Hodgson, of St.
At the conclusion of the awards Bishop i
Foss addressed the audience touching i
upon the serious work, the fire which dcs- '
troyed one of the buildings last winter, and
briefly introduced the new teachers who
■•ire to be members of the faculty next
year. They are Rev. Goo. H. Brodyman,
Prof. L. H. Batehelder, Miss M. L. Schu
maker and Prof. S. G. Gale.
President Johns then made his farewell
address in a few brief words, expressing
the kindliest feeling and good wishes for
the college with which he has been so long
connected. Benediction was then pro
nounced by Bishop Foss.
Sacred Concert
Sunday afternoon and evening, at the
Washington Garden, by the Northwestern
band, corner of Eighth avenue north and
First street.
Jllin ueaiMflin Jlarltets.
Minneapolis, June 14. — The receipts and
shipments were:
Receipts— Wheat, 4,500 bushels; oats
1,200 bushels: corn, .'5,000 bushels ;tlour, 425
barrels; hay, 22 tons; lumber, 100,000
feet; millstuffs, 20 tons; barley, 600
bushels; coal, 540 tons: barrel stock,
Bars 5.
Shipments — Flour, 11,520 barrels; wheat,
$,000 bushels; barley, 600 bushels; mill
>tuffs,247 tons; coal, 465 tons; lumber,
110,000 feet.
Following were to-day's grain in
spections, showing number of cars and
grades: .
Wheat — 1 hard, 10 c.rs; No. 2 hard,
i cars; No. 1, 14 cars; No. 2, 16 cars; No.
5, 27 cars; condemned, 4 cars; rejected, 3
:ars. Oats, No. 2, 1 car: white, 1 car:
•ejected, 8 cars. Barley, No. 3, 1 car.
Total cars. 87.
In the wheat market there was hardly
my attention in either values or the char
icter of the demand. There was free bid
ling for No. 1 hard at $1.13}^, with con
siderable for sale at $1.13^. Among the
eported sales were three cars of No. 1
lard at $1.13)4. No. 2 hard and No. 1
lorthren were both offered atsl.o9><, 50% c
was bid for twenty cars of No. 2 corn
Selling price was 50c. Bran was dull bat
steady. Shorts are scarce.
The Oldest
Wall Paper and Picture House in the west is
Wales & Co.'s, 307 Nioollet avenue.
In Jail.
Yesterday Michael Garrity was. arrested
upon the charge of robbery. He is one of
the three Garrity brothers John, Hugh and
Mike, whose names have frequently been
thrown oat to the public by the Minne
apolis press as notorious "con" men and
dangerous crooks.
He is charged with complicity in the
robbery of William J. Buckly of $328 in
the Quady hotel on Tuesday night. John
Morris, the Louisiana colored
man, who was arrested Wednesday morn
ing is supposed to be the principal char
acter in the crime, while Garrity is credit
ed with plotting and finally aiding in its
consummation. Garrity was arraigned be
i fore Judgo Bailey yesterday afternoon. He
j pleaded not guilty, and the preliminary
examination was s.et for this afternoon at
2 o'clock, and the bonds for appearance
I wore fixed at $1,000. He failed to get good
j sureties] and consequently is suffering
durance at the county bastile.
District Court.
[Before Judf;<3 Koon.]
Anthony Sucbanek, appellant vs., the St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway
company, respondent; an appeal from
damages awarded. Jury left in special
train at 5:15 o'clock to view the premises.
Before Judga Young.]
Magdalena A. Blackeman vs. William
Blackemau, scandal; damages in the sum
of $5,000 claimed; argued for the defense;
argument for plaintiff this morning.
[Before Jud.»e Lochren.J
University of Minnesota vs. -John T.
West, Andrew J. Finnegan et al.; on
I'rolmte Court.
[.Before Jud^e Uelaad.]
In the matter of the estate of Eric Lar
son, deceased; petition to prove will filed;
hearing August C.
In the matter of the estate of Mary J.
Blcomfield. deceased; inventory filed
and allowed, and order for creditors to
present claims.
In the matter of the estate of John Sum
mers, deceased; petition for letters filed;
hearing August 6.
P. H. Scofield vs. Howard J. Campbell;
summons and complaint filed. Action to
recover $55 for service rendered.
L. Bixby vs. J. O. Christie, defendant,
and the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway
company, garnishee; affidavit for garnish
eement filed.
Sarah Russ vs. Lucinda Glassco; sum
mons, complaints, etc., filed, judgment
entered, roll filed, execution issued and
transcript issued to Wright county.
Ball <fc Nayler vs. Kuowlton &, Walke:
judgment entered and roll filed.
Homer C. Potter vs. F. G. Phelps;
plaintiff appeared and filed complaint.
Action to recover payment of promissory
note for $85.
Homer C. Potter vs. % F. G. Paelp^de
fendant, and the Minnesota Transfer com
pany, and the Minneapolis & St. Louis
Railway company, garnishees; affidavit
for garnisheement filed.
Miiiihiiml limit.
j [Before Judg>. Bailey.]
George Deoyer, Joseph Donahue, and
: Samuel Sly, drunkennesss; paid fines of
. $5 and costs each.
James Murray, drunkenness; committed
I twenty days.
Frank Reiloff, and John Bradley, drunk
i enness; sentence suspended.
John . Brown and William Creighton,
drunkenness; paid lines of $5 and costs
| each
J W. P. Gay, and Thomas Sawyer, drunk
■. emus'; committed ten days each.
j N. E. Allen, drunkenness; discharged, [j
Paul Hageborn, Frank Lane,
j Henry Garry and George
j Talbert, noise and improper diversion on
j the streets, paid fine of $5 and costs each.
John Downey, disorderly conduct; paid
j a fine of $25 and costs.
Frank Sweney and F. Maloney; noise
and improper diversion of the peace; dis
Henry Miller, noise and improper diver
sion; continued to June 18th at 2 p.m.
Louis Bloustein, obtaining goods from
| Coykendall Brothers under false pretences
; continued until June 25th at i) a. m. E.
. Bloustein and Max Bentson sureties in the
j sum of $300 bonds.
Robert Bleakie, saloon open on Sunday;
j dismissed on motion of the city attorney,
on motion of city attorney.
Robert Blakie, saloon open on Sunday;
paid a fine of $10 and costs.
Fred Olson and Hans Kropladt, drunk
enness; committed ten days each.
Charles S. Fisher, larceny from the per
son; continued until the 18th at ['.) a.m.;
remanded to jail to await examination.
Michael Garrity, larceny from the per
son of William Buckley; examination set
for Has afternoon at 2 o'clock; bonds fixed
at $1,000; remanded in default of tiling
j bonds.
The Liithfi'n tt.K.
Yesterday morning's session of the Lu
theran conference was opened by devo
tional exercises conducted by Rev. So-
I lesten.
Rev. L. L. Eitrew, of Calumet, Michigan,
was elected a member of the conference.
The election of Prof. Sven Oftedal and
! Prof. Sverdrop as members of the faculty
of Anysberg seminary was made unani
mous, and the gentlemen accepted. Prof.
Sverdrop was then elected president of the
seminary for the ensuing year.
The next annual meeting of the confer
ence will be held in Westbrook, in June,
Col . J . H . Wood Manager
Monday Evening, July 11, 1883,
E. T. Gooiricli. Drama of Grizzly Adams
Clark and Edwards, Chas. Diamond, Harry
Fielding, Frank Lawton, Maggie Walker and
i Nellie Brooke, in Olio.
General Admission 25 cents.
Reserved Seats 50 cents.
Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
& Co.,
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Hours— a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2to 5 and 7to 9 p. m.
Sundays,9 to 11 a. m. only. Treat all Chronic,
Nervous and Bpeclal Diseases of Men and Women.
I The following symptoms, frequently met with
among young men, are produced by causes well
known to themselves: Low of Memory and Energy,
Eyes growing Week, Eruptions on the Forehead,
Disturbing Dreams, Unrefreshicg Sle»p, Bad Feel
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Brooding over the Past, Apprehensions for the Fu
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for Solitude, and many others. Dr. Spinney would
say to the unfortunate sufferer who may read this
notice, that you are treading on dangerous ground
when you longer delay in seeking the proper reme
dy for your complaint. You may be in the first
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the time must come when the most skillful physi
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work itself upon your imagination, but avail your
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fore your case is beyond the reach of medical skill,
or before grim Death hurries you to a premature
srr&ve. ! ■ ■ "
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who
are often troubled with too frequent evacuations of
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smart
ing or burning sensation, and weakening of the sys
tem in a manner the patient cannot account for.
On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment
will eften be found, and sometimes small particles
of albumen .will appear or the color be of a, thin,
milkish hue, again changing to a dark or torpid ap
pearauce. There are many men who die of this
uifliculty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second
stage of seminal weakness. The Doctor will guar
antee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy '
restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Pamphlet
with full particulars, sent free to any address. Call
or address DR. SPINNEY & CO., 10>4 Third street
south, Minneapolis, Minn. 160
the KJec'i\c Ligktt.
At the next meeting of thd city council,
which will be held on Wednesday evening,
the city council committee on gas. after'
having made a careful investigation of the
matter, will report in favor of locating the
seven electric lamps on Washington aven
ue, as ordered at a previous meeting:
At the south-west corner of Fourth aven
ue north; south-west corner of Second
avenue north; east side of Washington
avenue, between Hennepin und Nicollot
avenues, opposite the Nicollet house en
trance; north- west corner of First avenue
south; south-west corner of Sixth avenue
south, and south-west corner of Eighth
avenue south.
Open Air Concert
At Phil Hartman's Summer Garden, corner
of Fourteenth avenue south and Sixth
Proceedings of lie Board of Health
Resular Meetiucr.
Saint Paul, June 4, 1883.
President Wheaton in the chair. >
Present: City Attorney and -Engineer»
Dr. Stewart, Aid. Starkey and O'Connor
Mr. President.
Of Health Officer— Mortuary Report, May,
Abscess of Liver .... 1 Meningitis 2
Appoplexy Old Age 1
Cancer 1 Paralysis 1
Cancer of Lungs... 1 Premature Birth 4
Cancer of Liver.... 1 Pyemia 1
Car. Spi. Meningitis 3 Puerperal Fever 1
Consumption 11 Puerperal Peritonitis ]
Convulsions 6 Pneumonia 6
Croup membranous 2 Typhoid Pneumonia. ?
Debility 1 Still Bora 6
Diphtheria 17 Tumor of Brain 1
Fever — Scarlet 3 Tumor of Uterus .... 1
Fever Typhoid .... 3 Unknown 2
Disease of Heart... 2 Uraemia . 1
Hip Disease 1 Casualties —
Inanitio n 3 " Drowning 1
Inflammation of " Fail 1
Bronchi 3 Gunshot . . 1
Chronic Bronchitis. 1 " Railroad.. 2
Oedema Lungs I Homicide —
Marasmus 3 Shooting . 1
Total 103
Males 56 Females 47
Under 1 Year 23 From 20 to 40 22
From Ito 5 15 " 40toC0 14
" 5t020 20 Over 60 8
Age Ur.krnwn 1
Bohemia 2 Unknown 1
Canada 5 Ireland 9
Denmark 1 Scandinavia '/
England 2 Scotland I
New Brunswick.... 1 United States ...... 60
Germany 18
1880 46 1881 61 1832' 108
C. A. Wheaton, Ilc-alth Officer.
Of Inspector Meyerding — 1883—
Nuisances abated 219
Number of loads sent to dumping
ground "2,172
Diphtheria signs placarded 33
Scarlet fever signs placarded 13
One case of small-pox reported and quar
Of Inspector Patterson— May, 1883—
Nuisances abated 330
Cesspools, etc. eleaued 38
Calls made 09
Dead animals removed 9
Seven persons arrested for maintaining
Of Inspector Costello— May, 1883 —
Nuisances abated 271
Three persons arrested for maintaining
Reports accepted.
The Health officer in connection with
the City Engineer, to whom was referred
the petition of Henry Orme and others rel
ative to slaughter house at corner of War
saw and Randolph streets report that said
premises are a nuisance and should be
Adopted and roforrod to CjmaiDa Coun
cil with recommendation that they order
said nuisance abated forthwith.
Inspector Meyerding reported that im
provements should be made at Pest house
to make the same habitable, etc. That trie
estimated cost of said improvements is
$520. The Health officer concurs in tho
foregoing and recommends that the im
provements be made at once.
Adopted, and Common Council request
ed to instruct the City clerk to advertise
for bids for said improvements.
The promises known as the Simpson
block on East Third street neat Wabashaw
street was reported to be in an unhealthy \
condition. >.
It was ordered that Inspector Patterson
notify the man or agent of said premises
to have proper sever connections made
with *nid premises forthwith.
Aid. Starkey moved that a vote of
thanks be tendered Drs. Stewart and
AVheaton for their untir
ing energy in carrying
out the orders of the board and the satis
factory manner in which they have con
ducted the Health Department of the city
during the administration of its affairs.
The motion being put by the Secretary
received a unanimous vote, (Drs. Stewart
and Wheaton not voting.)
C. A. Wheaton, Jr.,
Thos. A. Pkendeegast, Secretary.
Firinsr Up.
Milwaukee, June 14. — The Bay View
mill 9of the North Chicago Rolling AIM
company will start up on Monday, the
scale having been signed through Superin
tendent Parkes. The furnace? will be
tired up in the Merchant mill, top and
bottom, the fish plate nail and puddle
mills. In a conference of the scale com
mittee with Parkes this morniig the ques
tion of bi- weekly payments was not
broached, as the committee had no author
ity to act on that matter. There will be a
meeting of the lodges to-morrow night,
when the men will decide whether to insist
on being paid every two weeks. If they
favor it they will refer the matter to an
executive committee and they will confer
with the managers at Pittsburg. If a
strike is ordered the company will be in a
bad boat, as having jo.-t started afresh they
are likely to have many orders that must
be filled.
Another Strike Prol>able.
[Special Telegram t*» the Globe.] ■
Chicago, Jane 14. — Herman Miller, con
tractor for the new Ashland aveoue school '
building, and a member of the Master ,
Masons' association, says that there is a i
possibility of another strike of the briok- ;
layers early m July. His foreman has been [
approached within the past week with a
request to at once join the union, as after
the Ist of July all deserters from the
union and non-union men would not be
allowed to work with union men, and nn ,
less the bosses discharged such men the
union would go on a strike. This threat
is not regarded seriously by the master
masons, as they claim a majority of
skilled bricklayers regard with disfavor
the dictation of the unskilled and disre
putable class in the union, and will con
tinue at work. These men, c<> abined with
non-unionists, will enable the bosses, so
they assert, to carry on building.
The treasury department has purchased
i 240,000 ounces of silver for >.< 'very at the
! Philadelphia, San Francisco a>id New Or
leans mints .
The ONLY place in Minnesota wb ere you can get ANYTHING
you want in the line of Vehicles is a*. MAHLSR & THOMSON'S
258 East Fifth street, St. Paul, Mint.. '; heir stock comprises
all classes of fine and medium Ca:r Jump-Seats, Garryalls,
Phaetons, Open and Top Baggies, UcaU Carts, Surreys, Business
Wagons, Grocery and Delivery Wagons, Express Wagons,
Platform Spring and Farm Wagons. Single, double and work
Harness at prices much below those of would-be competitcrs.
Come and see, or send for Catalogue.
Mahler & Thomson,
Office or the Boakd of Education, )
St. Paul, Minn., June 12, 1383. )
Of Applicants for positions in the Corps of
: . .■;
Will be held at the
Corner of Seventh and Jackson sts.,
Commencing ?;t 9 o'clock a. m.
] €3-166 Superintendent of School.
Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters meets
the requirements
of the rational
medical philoso
phy which at pres
ent prevails. It is
a perfectly pure
vegetable remedy,
embracing the
three important
properties of a pre
ventive, a tonic
and an alterative.
It fortifies the bo
dy against disease,
invigorates and re
vit ilizes the torpid
stomach and liver,
and effects a ealu-
tary change m iii« entire system.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gen
Organized in 1872.
A . T . G alt, James G kant,
President. Secretary.
Cash Capital $300,000.f
1. Assets.
Value of real estate owned 61. $00 f 0
Market value of U. S. bonds .... 220,420 00
Market value of all other bonds and
stocks 112,77S 34
Loans secured by bonds and stacks
as collateral..*. 400 00
Cash on hand and in bank 37,507 fc7
Premiums in court- o of collection.. 16. •535 41
All other assets 1,928 90
" Total admitted assets *391,070 61
2. Liabilities.
Capital stock paid up 8300,000 00
Reserve for reinsurance 55,256 Oil
Unpaid losses 4,283 17
Other liabilities 4.551 43
Total liabilities, including i api
tal $364,800 66
Net surplus $26,679 95
3. Income in 1882.
From premiums received $118,131 85
From interest and dividends 10.437 10
From rents and all other sources. . 3,738 05
Total income 1132,307 10
4. Expenditures in 1882.
Losses paid ... $26,316 €5
Dividends 14,378 95
Commissions and brokerage 9,497 21
Salaries of officers and employes. 25.399 00
Taxes 2,754 09
All other expenditures 31,536 51
Total expenditures $109,882 41
5. Miscellaneous.
Risks written in 1882 $15,080,600 00
Premiums received thereon 108,883 00
Total risks in force Dec. 31, 1582 13,585,000 00
Total premiums received from com
mencement to date $513,617 00
Total losses paid from commence
ment to date 175,521 00
Excess of premiums over losses...- $338,097 00
business in Minnesota in 1882 None
Department of Insurance, >
St. Paul, June 13, 1883. )
I, A.. R. McGill, Insurance Commissioner of
theßtat"f Minnesota, do hereby certify that
i the Guarantee Co. of North America above named
: has complied with the laws of this State relating
■ toinsurance,andis now fully empowered through
( its authorized agents to transact its appropriate
■ business of fidelity insurance in this State for
i the yea- ending January 81st, 1884.
{ J ' " 4.. R. McGILL,
; 165-167 . Insurance Commissioner.
j **t.j**.imnßßim »^— —^^ ■■■■■
Coal and Iron Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Coal, Wool Coke anflPiglron
351 Jackson Street, • • • St. Pan!.
w*.(i.)Ns, tcro.
_ coßTuaasß
No 10 West Tliirli Street St. Paul.
I respectfully invite the attention of Itdiea
and gentlemen to my large, most complete and
elegant stock of new Masquerade Costume*, for
bails, parties, theatrical performances, old foiki'
concerts, tab! etuis, &c.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, send for list cad price:.
(iv - : : ipgr
U :. ■ i AlUiiljjioft
K.& N * hi V &HUDNER,
103 and 1»5 West Third StirccU
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel
Spiffing Jacton Street
Office of the Board of Public Wobks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., Juno 14, 1883. J
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Mimmesota, at their office in *
said city, until 12 m. on the 20tIi day of June,
A. D. 1888, for sprinkling Jackson street, from
Ninth street to Thirteenth street in said Oity,
until the Ist day of November, 1883, said Jack
son street to be sprinkled at least three ''.))
times each and every day (except Sundays )
when necessary, and to tLe satisfaction of said
Estimates for the payment for said sprinkling
wil) be allowed monthly.
A bond with at least two (2) saretiea,in a sum
of at least twenty ('2O) per cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves th > right to reject an]
or all bids.
Official: R. L. Gorman,
Clerk Board of Public Works. ]6t.;76
Ssriii?ii!!i Summit Ayeuue.
Office of thk Ro.vrd of Public Wobes, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 14, ISB3. )
Sealed bids will !>-• received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until 12 m. on the 2'.Kh day of Juno, A. D.
1883, for sprinkling huiumit avenue from
Arandel street to Kent street, in said city, until
the Ist day of November, A. D. 1883, said Sum
mit avenue to be sprinkled at least three (8)
times each and every day (except Sundays ) when
necessary, and to the satisfaction of said Board.
Estimates for the payment of said sprinkling
will bo allowed monthly.
A bond with at least (2) sureties, in a sum of
at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gioss
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bios.
OfnVak; R. L. Oouman,
Clerk Board of Public Works . 16t - 7
SprinKling Eicisange Street.
Office of the Boabd of Public Works, )
City of St. Paui,, Minn., June 14, 1888. J
Bealed hicis will be received by the Board of.
Public Wurka in arid for the corporation of the
city *'i St. i.ml, Minnesota, at their office in
said city, until 12 m. on the 29th day of June, A.
D. 1883, for sprinkling Exchange 6treet fom
Chestnut street to Wilkin street in said city
until the Ist day of November, A. D. 1883, nald
Exchange st.eet to be sprinkled at least three (3)
times each and every day (except Sur.d.^yti )
when necessary, and to the eatisfaction of taid
Board .
QKstimates for the payment for Paid sprinkling
will be allowed monthly.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a
sum of tit least twenty (20) per cent of tLe gzosa
amount bid, must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids .
JOHN FARRIN.iTON, President.
Official: R. L. Gokmav,
Clerk Board of Public Works. IC6-176
Office of the City The vscrs k, >
St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 1883. )
The owners and all pirties 5u the
property condemned for the
Opening, Widening aad Exten
sion of Portland Avenue
through Block 20, Woodlawn
Park, in the City of St. PauJ.
Assessment confirmed by Board o! P b Lo
Works, June 30, 1882,
That the money necessary to pay for a'l d.uua
ges for laud condemned, as we.l as for all b uM
ings. sheds, fences, or other improyements to be
removed or abandoned by re yon of the nb.ve
named improvemeot, is row in the City T inj
ury and ready to bf[aid to the parties entitled
r lhe title to the property condemnel must be
examined and approved by the City Attorney
before the money is p.vil.
166-170 GEORGE REIB, City Treasurer.

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