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MINNEAPOLIS O.F P"f< £— So. 6 Washington av?nue,op merit* >' e-oH.et.aov.9e O£ice hours from 6 oam.0 a m. ■<. SOo'elock p. in. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. To-day is the fourth Sunday after Trinity. Mrs. Moriarity, of Cahill settlement will ■be buried to-day. The special term calendar yesterday contained twenty-one civil cases. Tv esday morning at 10 o'clock the State Mcdi cal society meets in Market hall. A plat of lot 150 Spring park was filed yesterday in the register of deeds' office. The Emerald Isle national league will hold a meeting to-night at 110 Washington avenue south. The case of Dunlap against Daniels of the Bellevue house, was dismissed yester day in the district court. At Harmonia hall next Tuesday even ing, Mr. L. M. Wheeler, of Indiana, will lecture on woman's rights. At the First Congregational church this evening there will be a lecture delivered entitled, "The Cost of a Boy." Mr. Win. Lutz, of Scranton, Pennsyl vania, is about to establish a large coffin and casket factory on the east side. Division Xo. 2 A. O. H. will hold a meeting at b o'clock to-day in Martin's hall, 1507 South Washington avenue. Owen Evans whose head was cut by a buzz saw some time ago in the Harvester works will be interred this afternoon. A concert will be given to-morrow eve ning at the First M. E. church E. D. by James E. Clark. Westminster church vrill soon issue a directory giving the names and residences of its members. The piesent membership is 700. Take dinner to-day at the Boston res taurant and try Sullivan's strawberry short cake and other dainties which he has in abundance. The Catholic Orphan asylum will 500 abe enlarged by the addition of a dormitory and dining-room, costing several thousand dollars to build them. The inventory or the will of the late Captain Rollins shows the personal prop erty to be valued at $23,386.10, and the real estate at $90,026.10. Visit the Comique restaurant to-day and you will be conviaced that Brown cannot be surpassed iv the excellence of his viands and fragrant cigars. The entries for the July meeting of the Driving Park association closed last even ing at the NicoHet. Armstrong, the pool seller fur the circuit, is in the city. Wm. Thompson was arraigned yester day in the district court upon another in dictment charging him with taking $2,973.28 in the month of June, 1880. La Blanche Billitei-, who figures in the divorca suit referred to in yesterday's Globe is the wife of Frank Billiter, a dealer in a gambling institution in this city. At the summer school for teachers at the state university, Prof. Payne, of the Michigan university, will deliver a course of ten lectures on the theory and practice of teaching. An iron mine is said to be discovered within one mile of the city limit 3, by a Lake Saperior miner, and John Lundy and otliers pvopo s e forming a company to operate it. Jam*;.? D ickerson was up before his hon or yesterday for committing an unmanly assault upon Maria Jordan. His plea of innocence did not save him, and he was placed under .SIOO bonds to appear for trial on June IS. The Minnesota school of telegraphy in the Wood block has been closed, and the manager, Will McGentley, is said to have departed for fresh fields and pastures new with $500 of the pupils' money, which they foolishly paid him in advance. The funeral of Annie Keefe, daughter of Mr. Andrew Keefe, No. 25 South Main street, East Minneapolis, will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock. She died of water on the brain at the age of eleven months, and Mr. Keefe and family have the sympa thy of their many friends in their sad bereavement. Gertie Hanson appeared in the criminal court yesterday before Judge Bailey and charged Henry Hool with bastardy. The lacivious Henry was bound over in the sum of §300 to make his appearance at 2 p.m. on June 20 and explain why he treated the gentle Gertie so. Frank Hankinson, a late arrival in the city, claims he was robbed of his pocket book oontaining $47, by some party un known to him. Frank had cultivated too freely the acquaintance of king alcohol and to that fact may be attributed the loss he has sustained. There were three cases for divorce be fore the district court yesterday, viz.: Mabel Elizabeth Stansbury vs. Howard Erskine Stansbury, La Blanche Billiter vs. Frank Billiter and Mary Lawrence vs. James F. Lawrence. Judgment was or dered in the two last, while the other was continued one week on motion of plaintiff. Marriages licenses were taken out yes terday by Jens Erickson and Petreinelle Peterson, Mat. Cain and Annie Ford, Joseph M. Ryan and Nellie C. Horan, Etna Kuhlman and Nellie M. Osgood, Michael Barns and Ellen Gallagher, | Thomas Johnson and Mary McCaaley. J. j D. Morrison and Elizabeth O. Walker, John H. Haggett and Glenn Col well. Jack Bliss, the sleek "con" man who eluded the grasp of the officers on Friday night, was corraled, together with his pal, Churchill, by Officer Fox, at Wyman's sa loon last evening. Bliss was warned of the approach of the officer, and undertook to make an escape tip the alley, but was headed off by another officer and was cap tured. Churchill was arrested in the sa loon, and both are in limbo. Col. M. W. Glean, state inspector of boilers, has ide a tour of Lake Miune tonka and thoroughly tested all the boilers of the steamboats, and reports that he found them in [rood condition. He also j states that he will take the precaution to see that all who violate the law by putting on from fifty to sixty pounds pressure more than allowed v; iii be brought before the courts. The yacht race yesterday was an ir> formal affair, participated in by only three boats, the Ida. Mary Lee and Helen, the Ida, Commodore Brackett's fleet boat, coming out winner. On the 20th the Min netouka Yacht club will have their first sail, at which time Mr. Johnson will bring out his new boat that is now being built in his yards. It is cat-rigged yacht, twenty feet and eighteen inches long over all. and is eight feet eighteen inches wide, carrying the extraordinary long mast for that sized boat of thirty-five feet. Her name will be Sachae! Hill. Messrs. Mullelly and Moreland termi nated their second week's engagement at the Coinique last night and start to-day for Grand Forks, D. T. The "Hibernian two, as they style themselves, are really true representatives of refined Irish char acter, are charming vocalist and decidedly and beyond question the most artistic clog dancers that have arrived in the city for many a day. The Grand Forkians are to be congratulated upon getting such ac complished artists and thorough gentle men to give an exhibition of their powers on the '"light fantastic." THE COURTS. District Court. SPECIAL TEEM CALENDAR JUNE 16. [Before Judges Young. Lochren and Koon.] Farnham & Lovejoy vs. W. F. Thompson, defendant, and Levi, Cray and Hart, gar nishee: continued two weeks. Farnham & Lovejoy vs. Wm. F. Thomp son, defendant, and F. B. Hart, garnishee; continued two weeks. The State National Bank of Minneapolis vs. Fred P. Clark: continued. Josephine Butler vs. George W. Hedderly ; motion for a new trial granted. Eliza Murphy vs. Minneapolis & St. Loais Railway company ; continued one week. In the matter of the assignment of John B. Hanson for the benefit of creditors to James F. El well: stricken from calendar. Charles Rebstock vs. L. N. Alges ; con tinued one week. Isaac Kenigsberg vs. L. Brin, H. Brin, Louis Brin and Isaac J. Brin, partners; motion for new trial denied. State of Minnesota vs. Robert Pratt & Co.: motion denied. J. A. Gilbert & Sons vs. Mathew Sullivan, defendant, and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company, garnishee : dis closure of garnishee taken and garnishee discharged. Seaver E. Olson vs. Norman B. Harwood, defendant, and W. F. Lillibridge, gar nishee; continued one week, Thos. B. Janney, Frederick W. Brook and George H. Eastman, copartners, etc., vs. Albert Lawrence and Samuel B. Loyd, copartners; dismissed. H. M. Crowe vs. Parker & Cameron, or der riled. Mabel Elizabeth S^n-hury vs. Howard Erskine Stansbnry: coLuuued one week on motion of pi iititis Anna May Fi.*her vs. R liolph G. Fisher: judgment ordered. La Blanche Billeter vs. Frank Biiletsr; judgment ordered. Mary Lawrence v- James F. Lawrence; judgment orJered. Hobart & Hob Art vs. Berthier Herrick; continued th:er week?. COCBT CASES. [Before fudge Lochren. J A. W. Hawkins A: Brother vs. the Minne sota Mutual Accident A: Railway Re lief association: judgment for plaintiif directed. Gilford vs. the Western Union Telegraph company: motion for a new trial denied. NEW CASES AND PAPEES FILED. Nicholas Dahl vs. Alex. McLean, defend ant, and the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company, garnishee; affida vit for garnisheement filed. Minneapolis Union Railway company et al., appellants, vs. Laraway & King, re spondents; bond filed. Minneapolis Union Railway company et al., appellants, vs. John D. Meyer, respond ent: bond filed. Parkhurst & Son vs. J. A. Murray, de fendant, and Elias Fetterling, garnishee; affidavit for garnisheement filed. Frank Gongea vs. Libby & Johnson et al; plaintiff filed complaint. Albert Olson vs. N. P. Liljengren et al.: plaintiff filed complaint. Action to re cover $225 for removing a building. 3lunicii>al Court. [Before Judge Bailey.] Gustav Johnson, drunkenness; paid fine uf £5 and costs. Kaus Wailer. drunkenness; paid fine of $5 and costs. . M. Lochren, drunkenness; committed twenty days. John McCermott, drunkenness; sentence suspended. John Kemp, George Shepla and Thos. Veasy, drunkenness; paid fine of §5 and 1 costs, each. Henry Hoffner, Charles Bing, Charles Patterson and John Patterson, drunken ness; sentences suspended. Frank Moore, drunkenness; committed ten days. Henry Hool, bastardy; case continued i to June 20 at 2p. m., and defendant gave . bonds in §300 for his appearance. Jane Dickerson. assault and battery on a little girlnamed Maria Jordan; con tinued to June 18 at 2 p. m,; bonds for ap pearance given in the sum of $100. Sunday at Minnetonka. Four trains daily via Manitoba line. MINNEAPOLIS PERSONALS. Capt. H. Lowry, of St. Loais, is in the city. Billy Armstrong, the celebrated pool seller, is in Minneapolis, preparing for the fair in August. i Mr. Max Wolf and bride have returned from their wedding tour and are the guests of Mr. George G. Jacoby. Mr. Will Savage and Miss Emily Hough will be married on Wednesday the 27th of June. Mr. Savage has been recently admitted to the bar and is a graduate of the state university as is his bride. Sacred Concert Sunday afternoon and evening, at the Washington Garden, by the Northwestern band, corner of Eighth avenue north and First street. Sunday at Minnetonka. Four trains daily via Manitoba line. * . Broien'a Comivue Theatre. This popular place of amusement was j nightly crowded last week and the audi ences were well compensated for the time and money spent in witnessing the per formances of the fine artists which Brown never fails to procure for his patrons. The coming week has been provided for by the special engagement and firs appear ance of Galifornia's grotesque knocka bouts, Messrs. Hallett and Raymond in their original specialty, ''the " Two Ex tremes" introducing their graces — Roman wrestling match and their burlesque High land fling. Miss Frankie Howard will be another attraction, this being her first appearance, r.nd the verdict will undoubted'y be that as a good song and dance lady she is in the front rank of the profession. Mr. Alf. S. Gibson, the eccentric comedian, will also make his first debut at Brown's and will be ably assisted by Miss Lizzie Davis in their original sketches. Also the first ap pearance of Miss Kitty Poasley, the great song and dance lady. Miss Ada Walton. Miss Alice O'Estelle and Miss Carrie Brown will charm the audience for an other we. with their beautiful singing. This will be the third week of James Rich mond and MissLetha Glenroy who cannot be excelled in their specialties. Tim Starin, the great Irish comedian and dancer, will devote his fourth week to the large audiences that greeted him last week and he will be ably assisted by Miss Deb bie Rickling who is quite a favorite. Miss Lottie La Viere, the last but not the least of the great artists mentioned will give further evidence this coming week of her historic talent. There will be a matinee every Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sunday at Minnetonka. Four trains daily via Manitoba line. THE ST. PAUL SUJSDAY GLOBB, SUiVUAVT MORNING, JUNE 17 tKi A GALA DAY. The "Jolley Millers' Excursion— lt was the Merriest Sort of an Affair— Minnetonka in Her Greenst Garb, Bathed in Brighest Sunshine— Fully 1,100 People Enjoy A Gala Day. The millers certainly are th 9 "jolliest people out," as the common parlance goes. Yesterday they more than vindicated the appellation. It was the occasion of the annual excursion and picnic. Accord ing to programme, the party, 1,200 strong, left the corner of Wash ington and First avenue south on the motor line for Excelsior. There wer6 three trains provided, and that fur nished inadequate capacity, if the com fort of the passengers is to be considered. Every seat, platform and foot board was loaded. At Lake Calhoun tne two narrow gauge locomotives were attached and the trip was completed to Minnetonka by about 10 o'clock. The large steamer Belle of Minnetonka presented an impos ing and pleasing spectacle as it came steaming up to the Excelsior wharf to re ceive its happy and exuberant humanity out for a holiday." Flags were riving from the mast in the cool breeze and the sun shone its brightest rays, in fact, as a lady remarked in the writer's presence, "all heaven shines to-day." The foliage never wore a richer green, the shower of the previoa- night having wa i hed it ot all dust. Considerable time was con sumed in getting aboard as the unu-aal throng was obliged to pas* over a narrow gang plank. The boat has been elegantly repainted, renovated and so improved that its most intimj.te guests of a year ago cculd scarce- j ly recognize it. Tne Belle is ofiicered as ! follows, which i? a sufficient guarantee to all Mincesotians of a competent manage ment thi- ; *;::: C iptain — C. F. Server box; pilot — C i| t. >V c st formerly of the old War Eagle; tirsc r'erk — L. Greek: first as si3tant cleik F. Barl :: second as«s*aut— W. F. Davidson, Jr.; stew d— Wu . LrUa, first engineer — Montgomery; second engineer — Joseph Moatourt; rant- — F. O. Neiil, carpenter— Thorn . Darz's band t >.;.; a central position on deck and a3 the great wheels set the boat in mot on, began a beautiful selection, and the music was continued to the end of the trip through the usirowa to Chapman'?. The latter place wa- reached >«*. about noon, when cli^cei was had in various ways, but the mo.«t comfortable was for.ad in the dining room of the Belle, and over 500 availed them selves of the edibles furnished by Steward Lyda. This was followed by music end dancing, while the younng men engaged them selves in a game of foot ball in Chapman's grove. There was not a gloomy face visible in the laage crowd, and the retun trip across the lake was uneventful of anything ex cept unadulteiated enjoyment. _'i'he City of St. Louis contributed its quota of people who t; got left" and among them were Mayor Ames, Col. West. C. W. West, Capt. D=nny, R. P. Dannington and others. Returning to Excelsior the tired picnic ers hurried, that is they hurried after once getting off the boat, but were very slow in that, to the motor cars, which were quickly packed, as were the outgoing trains. • To maintain and preserve order the following police detail was in at tendance, although, happily, there was not an occurrence which called their powers into requisition. Lieut. Daly, Sergts. West, Bates and McKernan, Officers Kennedy, Harvey, Gustavison, Howard. The excursion was marred by a single mishap. Two young 1 men. Gallagher and Rosunder, while playing foot ball ha J the misfortune to kick the ball from opposite directions at one and the same instant, each sustained a sprained ankle and the ball was burst. The merry excursionists reached Minneapolis at 8 o'clock and yesterday's pleasures will be treasured up by each par ticipant as o:>:e bright oasis in life's dreary desert. Mnuieaood.i Markets. Minneapolis, June 1G. — The bidding price on 'change to-day for No. 1 hard was £1.13 for regular delivery, and £1.14 for July delivery; 1,000 bushels were wanted: seller the year at $ 1.11; offered at $1.12; seller July was offered at fil.U l^; and for spot §\.13}4 waß asked. Trading was at the basis of $1.13 for regular delivery. A few cars No. 2 hard were offered at $I.OBJ£. Samples were dull and for poor the de mand was small and samples were wanted at only low prices. There was a light de mand for corn for immediate use to the number or a few cars at 50@51c for good samples and for No. 2. No inquiry for large quantities. There was more offered than needed of oats on the bases of 33c for No. 2 mixed and 40c for No. 2 white. The following were the receipts and shipments: Receipt.!— 48,100 bushels, oats 4,850 bushels, barley 2,400 bushels, corn 4.600 bushels, lumber 90,000 feet, mill stuffs 317 tons, hay 36 tons, coal 784 tons, barrel stock 4 cars . Shipments— Flour 12,310 barrels, wheat 2,000 bushels, mill stuffs 317 tons, coal 387 tons, lumber 400,000 feet. Following were to-day's grain inspec tions, showing numbers of cars and grades: Wheat No. 1 hard, 12 cars; No. 2 hard, 13 cars, No. 1, 12 cars; No. 2, 23 cars; No. 3,35 cars; condemned, 9 cars. Corn, No. 2, G cars. Oats, No. 2, 1 car. Barley, No. 2, 1 car. Total cars 117. GENEBAL MAEKET. There is |a fair demand for vegetables, the recepts are liberal and prices a trifle lower. Potatoes are very weak owing to the light shipping demand. There is a trifle firmer feeling in butter, al though prices are steady. A large demand for eggs and prices firm in con sequence. Tropical fruits are high, owing to scarcity. — Hand picked navy. §firstname.lastname@example.org per bushel; mediums, §l;al.">0; dirty and com mon lots, 75c@$l: Dry peas, email@example.com per bushel. Very little demand. Prime lard, llf .,'<« 123 per pound: com mon, 10@10)^c; prime tallow,*7@7}^c per pound. Onions are in small demand and from 30 to 40 cents per bushel. Meats — Chickens, live, 13@14c per pound; dressed, IG@lSc; turkeys, dressed, 18@20e; live, 14@15c; geese, dressed, 12 14c; ducks, dressed, 12@15c. Dressed beef, sides, 9 -a 10c per pound: hind quar ters, 10@llc; foro quarters, S@9c. Veal, Ilia :l2c per pound. The demand for good hay is active. No. 1 timothy, $firstname.lastname@example.org: No.*2 ditto, $9@10; No. 1 wild, .$8. 75 9.50; No. 2 wild, £ 7.50 @8. Mixed feed— Corn and oats. $18@ 19.25 per ton on track; f. o. b. $19@20. Obituary. Mr. Michael Gleason, of Cahili settle ment, in the town of Richfield, Hennepin county, died yesterday morning at the age of seventy-three. The deceased was a native of Tipperary, Ireland, whence he emigrated to Massachusetts when a young man. After spending severel yeais in the east he came westward and settled in this county, ten miles from Minneapolis, about twenty-four years ago. He was an intelli gent man, a good neighbor and citizen and a faithful member of the Catholic church. For several years past he had been a member of the total absti nence society organized in the settlement through the efforts of the Rev. James McGolrick, and came to the city last week to go to the convention at Faii banlt. He felt rather unwell and was per suaded not to attempt the journey. His death was hastened from an injury receiv ed a year ago last winter fro .1 falling on his head off a load of hay. His skull was injured and partial deafness followed. He leaves to mourn his departure a wife and five children, one of whom is married, and another attending St. Johns college preparing for the priesthood. His funeral takes place to-morrow. MINNEAPOLIS AMUSEMENTS. The Grand Opera . During the past week the Grand was only occupied by the vaudevile manager, Tony Pa3tor, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and on Monday night by the high school commencement exercises. This week the great Hampty-Dumpty pantomimist, Tony Denier, will appear on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday even ings. Alfred, the great Miaco, will appear as the clown. The pantomime has been reconstructed, and, it is claimed, many new and attractive features have been added. Barlow, Wilson dt Co's minstrels will ap pear on Friday and Saturday evenings, and at a Saturday matinee. Pence Opera House. Th? crowded houses at tha Pence last w^ek niu-t have convinced Col. Wood that lovers of the drama in Minneapolis duly appreciate his efforts in obtaining for their amusement the best talent he can procur*. Ia addition to E. T. Goodrich, Edwards and Gilmore, Clark and Edwards ana other due artists of last week he has secured for the coming week the charming vocalist. Miss Bessie Cottrell whose fame has preceded her. The great play for this week will be the new and realistic melodrama of li The Gambler, or the Un fortunates of the Evince Mines." in which £. T. Goodrich take i the leading role in the character of Monte, the gambler. Geo. W. Thompson will appear as Lenardo Del Conto, a Spanish geutleman who has a mania for play and drink. The rest of the cast is first-class. The house will un doubtedly be packed to its utmost capaci ty to en joy thegrand treat depicting min ing life iv northern California. The scenery a-ud costumes will be magnificent and gorgeously rich. !":■• Park Commissioners. The p^.ik commissioners held a meeting yesterday afternoon with a lar^e attend ance. A communication from E. V. White was read, withdrawing from the board of apprai;-ers for the Eighth ward. R. D. Beebe was appointed his successor. A petition was received signed C. B. Terrell and others requesting the location of a park in the Seventh ward to embrace .Powder Horn lake situated in the territory bounded by Lake street.Blooaiington ave nue,Thirty-nfth and l'ale streets. A commit tee cousisting of Messrs. Cross.Bassett aud Oswald were appointed to report ou the matter. A resolution was proposed by Mr. Cross that the board purchase lots 12, 13 and 17 in block 80 of Yale's addition to include in the Yale park, at £2.500 each. Adopted. A communication from Jacob S. Elliott was read, offering to donate to the city for park purposes, part of block 20 in J. S. & W. Elliott's addition, lying between Ninth and Tenth avenues south, and north of Tenth street, on the conditions that within eighteen months from dat.^ of deed the city shall improve the land aud put foun tains therein with a reservoir at least 50x 100 feet in diameter, of ovai form, and that the inscription thereon shall be "Klllott Park, douateJ by Jacoo S. Lmutt, A. D. 1633," and that the Banie *hall for ever be maintained as a public park, and the donor shall never be taxed for any im provements made in said park. 'fenny J.itul .it flame, I had lately the pleasur < says a London correspondent) to enjoy an interview with the great singer at her lovely residence, No. 1 Morton Gardens, Brompton road, South Kensington. It is a great big house with a generous court-yard and a covered pathway leading through it from the street. There is a gate opened by machinery which communicates with the house, and on its face can be read all sort 3of instructions, beginning with '"Please ring," "Servants," v> Don't knock unless answer required," ' ; Visitors," and so on. These are shown on burnished brass plates that glisten like gold in the midday sun. In compliance with with one of these brazen informers I rang the bell, and presently the door was opened by a flunky in all the glory of pink silk stockinga and lavishly powdered wig. Being seated in a room that overlooks a well-kept lawn, my relief was profound when I heard the '"whish" of a silken dress and a hushed female voice giving directions to the Swiss butler, and directly after the angular form of Jenny Liud half filled the doorway. I should like to tell you about Jenny Lind and what she looks like, but you will have to be satisfied with a few general statements. From the crown of her wigged head to the sole of her No. 5 shoe there is not one line of grace or beauty. Her form is angular, her face hard, and her eyes dull and passionless; features irregular and out of harmony, and it seemed to me that one ear wa3 a little higher than the other; her.hands are large and vulture shaped, her breast flat and painfully monotonous, and the stiffness of her knees was amply indicated beneath her meager skirts. She had just been driving, and had thrown off her hat in the hall, and if she would look pretty at any time one would have thought it would have been under such circumstances. The air outside was fresh and crisp: the sky cloudless, and a warm spring sun in fall splendor. However, atmosphere seemed to have no beneficial effect upon "madam,"' who if possible, looked graver, harsher, and more colorless by contrast with the beauty of nature out side. Now, I will not try to present Jenny Lind in any exaggerated form to my readers. It was a wild, unrestrained imagination which induced some recent writer to speak of her as beautiful. She must have sung to him as the sirens did to the sailors of the east, untill their senses were charmed away, the one of hearing alone remaining to fill the offices blindly for all the rest. When he made the state ment that she was beautiful I cm readily imagine that he was still under the influence of her divine voice. The Effect la St. Louis. St. Louis, June IG.— The failure of Me- Geocb, Everingham & Co., of Chicago, caused comment and considerable excite ment. Nobody here is hurt. The provision market sympathized with that of Chicago in tone and feeling, but no round transac tions were made and no speculative move ment, nor was there any trading in lard. Wheat was goodly excited for a while, and declined sharply, but partially recovered, and closed firmer and more steady. minneapolJ3"antjsements! PENCE OPERA HOUSE, Col . J . 11 . Wood jlana^er Monday, July 18, 1883, and During the Week, Last appearance of Mr. E. T. Goodrich, in new drama, entitled "The Gambler." First appear ance of Miss Ida Wells and Messrs. Edwards and Gilmore. Last week of Clark and Edwards . Our popular prices . General Admission 25 cents. Reserved Seats 50 cents. Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. STILLWAIER GLOBILKS. Wheat has been corning into market quite freely for several days psst. The German Catholic fair cotumeuces on the evening of Tuesday, Jane 2 1st W. G. Clarke and family of S*-. Louis, arrived in this city yesterday on their cus tomary summer visit. Married, at the residence of Jacob Wis ler, by the Rev. Thomas McClary, Jud Stanton to Miss Tilda Nelson, both of this city. The Wigwam was filled to overflowing on Friday evening last. Already the wint of sufficient room is visible. About tiftv feet added to :he north end would afford the requisite sppce. Pursuant to call a large number of pat riotic citizens assembled at the office of Mayor Mathews on Friday evening last. A. K. Doe was called to the chair, J. B. Sturdevant acting ai secretary. By a unanimous vote it was resolved to cele brate the Fourth of July. An executive committee composed of (Le foil-wing named gentlemen was chosen: A. K. Doe,3 E. J. Hospes, F. M. Seymour, Elsiore Lowell, John McCarthy , J. B. Stir devant, David Bronson. D. W. and R. Hersey, Ed. Guam, Joseph Shnpp. Arrangements hi^e b*en made for an excursion on Lake St. Croix next Monday evening. The steamer G. B. Knapp has been chartered for the occasion. A* the affair is under the auspice* of the lad : of the M. E. society, a pleasant tims may be expected. A report was ia eicolation here yes terday morning that a man i:a-ied Louis Larson had his body severed ou tie c-i^cr in Olds & Lord's saw mill situated on the Wisconsin sida of Lake St. Croix opposite to the village of Afton. Nothing further in regard to the aifair coaid be learned. Alexander Gordon. Sergeant ot compa ny C. United States infantry, yesterday delivered the person of Frank H. Remolds into the custody of Warden Reed" The prisoner was charged with robbery and being absent without leave: he was tried by court martial at Fort Sneiling and sen tenced to three rears imprisonu^ent iv the Minnesota state pri;ou. Horsemen are quite enthusiastic over the coming races, set for the 20th and 21st of June at Lily Lake Driving park. Nine or ton entries have already" been made. Several other fast nags will be on the ground in time to participate in the sport. King Kennedy, the celebrated ventrilo quist, will give one of his unique per formances this evening at Music hall. The professor has no confederates, but performs his wonderful feats by his un aided skill alone. The entertainment is given for and under the auspices of the Stilhvater Ma?nnerchor. One of those events which carry heart rending agony to the homes of bereaved parents occurred here a little after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The event referred to is the drowning of the only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Goodrich, a bright lad of about nine years. The little fellow, it ap pear;, was with some other boys in a battean moored at the foot of Myrtle street. Desiring to go ashore he stepped on the edge of the boat, which suddenly careened, precipitating him headlong into the lake. As soon as the accident became known a number of men with pike poles commenced dragging for the body. An hour was consumed before their efforts were crowned with success. Immediately the remains were brought ashore efforts were made at resuscitation, which, as was expected, proved unavailing. This sad blow falls with doable force by reason of the altiicted parents sustaining the lo=- of an other son a few years ago with but the warning of a day or two. A meeting was heid yesterday at the cour: house for the purpose of reorganiz ing the Washington County Agricultural society. In the absence of E. W. Darant, Hon. J. N. Castle was called to the chair. D. E. Joy acted as secretary. At this point the meeting adjourned untill o'clock p. m"'. Business was resumed at the desig nated time and some discussion ensued as to whether the old society was yet in exist ence. An affirmative conclusion bein^ reached, a resolution was passed to admit new members on the pay ment of a fee of ona dollar. By the constitution of the society horse racing at the fairs is forbidden. An effort will be mide to have the objectionable proviso repealed. Mr. Middleton thought this unnecessary, as it was always success fully evaded. The following named gen tlemen were elected to the various offices : Wm. Fowler, president; W. H. Veazie. vice president: Newton McKenzie, secretary; Matt M. Clark, treasurer. Executive com mittee: David Tozer. E. W. Darant, Isaac Staples, James Middieton, James S. O'Brien and Joseph Shupp. A resolution to hold a fair next fall was carried. Another meet ing will be held on Monday next at the office of M. M. Clark. The Dominion. London, Ont., June 16. — The report of the home mission committee to the Pres byterian general assemby, in session here, presents a most gratifying review on the progress of the mission work of the church during the past year. Rapid progress es pecially in the northwest and the scarcity of available men for the mission field are among the many points referred to. The Hudson Bay company reports the decrease in revenue largely due to the great decline in the prices of furs and the falling off in the sales of land. Payments are due on lands sold eighteen months ago. Two Cremations. Washington, Pa., June 16. — The remains of Miss Bertha Blecken, who died in New York on the 30th, were put in the retort of the LeMoyne furnace at 9 o'clock last night. The ashes were removed at mid night. She was a German, a member of the United States Cremation company. The ashes will be sent to Carlsauh, * Ger many. The body of Mrs. Cornelia Wo;!>-r_-. wife of Simon Wolberg, a mining broker of New York, arrived at 11 o'clock this morning, and was taken immediately to the crematory and placed in the retort. When the ashes are lifted they will be sent to her late residence and put into an urn and placed on the parlor mantle. The Warrant-i Apm-oved. Boston. June 10. — Governor Butler, con trr.ry to his former assurances, has approved the warrants for the salaries and expenses of the state almshouse at Tewksbury for February. March, April and May, amount ing to £00.000. St. Louis, June 16. — Further develop ments in the Case of ex-Judge ChestorT". Krum, who has been mysteriously absent from his home and business for several wc-eks past, show that on the 12th of June of last year, Wm. Robertson, a retail dry goods merchant in this city, made an as signment and Judge Krum was appointed assignee, and s-nve a bond in $6,000. Sub sequently, under the direction of the court, the Robertson stock of goods was sold by Krum to Wm. Barr & Co.. the latter paying therefor something over $4,G00. No record of this is found in the court, and it does not seem to be known what was done by Krum with the proceeds of the sale. The inference is he is in default for that amount . THE QLDJQHLD GREAT BRITAIN. London, June 16.— National Rifle association have decided not to allow the American team to use the screw wind gauge in competitions with them at Wim bledon, except in the international match volunteer service. The Gazette regrets this decision, and thinks that if the Ameri cans are beaten they will be able to claim they were handicapped, because they wf re not allowed like the English rifle men, to use in the prelimary contests *-x*ctly the same appliances they used in 'ha match. However, says the Gazette, there are not wanting " signs thatjlthe Americans will give the English a sound : beating. London, June 16.— The Pall Mall Ga zette says Sir Stafford Northcote has in j formed John Bright he will call attention ia the commons to that portion of Bright's speech at Birmingham in which he re ferred in severe terms to the tory obstruc tion in the house, saying the obstruction ists, in alliance with the Irish rebels, were doing their utmost to make it impossible for the house to do any work. Northcote al-o, says the Pall Mall Gazette, has no tided Bright he will further point out that Bright committed a breach of privilege in using the language objected to. GEKMANY. Beelin, June 1G. — The government chinch bill to-day passed to its second reading before the committee of the lower notice of the landtag, 13 to 8. The major ity i- composed of members of the center and conservative parties aud one member of the Fortschritts party. Bebxjk, June IG— The Russian govern ment having asked the extradition of M. Krazewski, the Polish author nt>w at Leipsig. p.nd three other poets charged with giving information to the Russian revolutionists regarding the movements of Russian troops, the German police, in obedience to orders, have arrested the four men. FRANCE. MabseUiLes, June 1(1.— An aeronaut named Jovis ; accompanied by an actress p.nd merchant, departed from here in a balloon last evening to cross a part of the Mediterrautan. The b^.iioon aud cccu pantswere picked up at sea. Pams. June 16. — The imports in France for five months show an increase of 21. --000,000 francs as compared with a corre sponding period last * year. The exports for the same months decreased 19,000,000 as compared with the same month of 1832. The imports or food increased 31.000.000 francs, but both imports and exports of manufactures heavily decreased . MISCELLANEOUS. Iknsbbttok, Austria, Jane 1G. — The trial began here today for high treason of Sabidini, who drove Overdank, the bomb manufacturer, across the frontier. WASHING! OX. Washington. June 10.— Condition of the treasury to-day: Gold coin and bullion $103,539,778 Silver dollars and hullion 114,247,414 Silver coin 28,435,816 United States notes G3,155,304 Total §391,382,312 Certificates outstanding — Gold §61,157,850 Silver 71,756,151 Currency ' 12.375,000 ANOTHER INDICTMENT. The grand jury this morning brought in another indictment against Thomas J. Brady. It charges that on July 13, 1880, defendant made a contract with J.B. Price to carry mail on the route from Socono, N. M., to Silver City and back seven times a week on a schedule of thirty-five hours, from August 1, 1880, to June 30, 1831, for $41,581, and that on November 1880, the contractor paid Gen. Brady §1,250 as com pensation for awarding the contract. The witnesses were John A. Walsh, J. B. Price, J. O. Cochran and J. H. Brady. EEHDELL. la the criminal court to-day Morris, law partner of Merrick, stated that in the case of Brady and others he was requested to say for Merrick that Rerdell desired to withdraw his plea of guilty and substitute one of not guilty, and the special counsel for the government consented to this be ing done. The court said that Rerdell must come into court and make the plea and ordered him to be brought in Monday. MAJOR NICKEBSON'S WIFE Maj. Nickerson's second wife did not leave the city with him as at first reported, but has been here the past three weeks, and says she has no idea of where the ma jor is. As soon as she was advised of the action of the Philadelphia court she in formed the major she could not live with him, and they separated. She has not seen him since. DIED. Mr-=. Ella B. Cresson, eldest daughter of Chief Justice Drake, of the court of claims j died yesterday. " i COSTUMES THEATRICAL AND 3EASQUERADE EMPORIUM !j No 10 West Hum Street SI Paul. [ I respectfully invite the attention of ladles ' and gertlaaien to my large, must complete and 1 ele<ant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, tot • bails, parties, theatrieaiperformßnees, old folks' , concerts, tabl*saus, &c. I Masks st -jriioleEsi"-. Country parties, tend for list and prices. . IP. J. rrIE9EN. SUPERIOR foal and Iron Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Goal, Wool OolMiPig Ira T. D. BARTON, AGENT, 354 Jackson Street. ■ • • St. Paul. I QT.VTE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF KAMSEX ■ I—Di-trict1 — Di-trict Court. Second Judicial District. I r.wim« E. Smith, plaintiff, v*. Frank H. Smith. SUMMONS. The State of Minnesota to the above named De fendant: You are hereby summoned and required to an swer to the complaint in this action, a copy of -which la hereunto nnuexed and served poo yon, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers, at their office in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, ex clusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said com plaint. BURGESS & WEYMOUTH, '. Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Minn. ■ Dated May 25, 1883. may3o-wed6 medical; '•■ * • ML SPIIIY & co., NORTHWESTERN Weal mi Surgical INSTITUTE, No. 105 8. Third St.. Minneapolis. Minn All Nervona Chronic Diseases MEN AND WOMEN Treat d With Entire Success. OATAEEH. The following symptoms of this complaint will enable the sufferer to detect it in its first stages: Pain in the head above he eyes, fre quent sneezing, dischargee from the nostrils and cold in the head, increased flow of tears, to dull ness, hacking cough, raising of little offensive crusts, tonsilities, inflammation extending to the lungs, causing hoarseness, difficulty ii; breath ing, impairing of the senses of 6mell, taste, etc. If the afflicted will, when they first dis cover these symptoms, immediately call upon the doctors, the}- will receive a sure, speedy, p nuanent and almost inexpensive Cure. > I RiMiiiatism Cured ly a to ana Suc cessful MeM \ TO THE LADIES! Dr. Spinney & Co., having spf»nt many year*? it. ilie study of Female Complaints, feel compe ' tent to treat them in their most malignant L f r:::?. and would therefore cordially invite all who may be racked with pain and suffering from > any of the great host of troubles with which the female sex is so often afflicted, to come and try . their method of cure, which has relieved thou sands and saied many from premature graves, PILES and FISTULA A radical cure guaranteed, without the use of 1 the knife, caustic or ligature. The treatment is 1 very mild, perfectly free from danger and never i fails to cure. • YOUNG MEN ! The following symptoms, frequently met with > among young men, are produced by causes well known to themselves: Los 3of Memory and Energy, Eyes Growing Weak, Eruptions on the , Forehead, Disturbing Dreams. Unrefreshing 81 ep, Bad Feeling on rising in the Morning, Loss of Appetite, Palpitation of the Heart. De -1 spondency, Timidity, Brooding over the Past, , Apprehensions for the Future, Avertion to So ! ciety, an Unnaturjl Preference for Solitv.de, and many others. Dr. Spinney would say to the unfortunate suf ferer who mer read this notice, that you are treading on dangerous ground when you longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your complaint. You may be in the first stage — te member you are approaching the last, and the time must come when the most skillful physician i can render you no assistance. In no case has the doctor failed of success. Then let not de spair work itself upon your imagination, but avail yourselves of the beneficial results of his treatment before your case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or beforo grim death hurries you to a premature grave. Middle- Aged Men ! There are many of the age of thirty to sixty : who are often troubled with too frequent evacua tion; of the bladder, often accompanied by a flight smarting or burning sensation, and weak (-niag of the system in a manner the patient I cannot account for. On examining the urinary j deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, ; and sometimes emsll particles of albumen will , appear or the color be of a thin, milkish hue, I e^ain changing to a dark or torpid appearance. i There are many men who die of this difficulty, j ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. The doctor will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Pam phlet, will full particulars, sent free to anyTtd dress Call or address. All communications strictly confidential. Consultation free. A friendly chat costs you nothing. OFFICE HOURS— a. m. to Ip. m., 3 to 5 and 7to 9p. m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m., only. CALL ON OR ADDRESS Dr. A. B. 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