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MINNEAPOLIS. OSVIOE—No. 6 Washington avenue, cp 9cziia jtietitioM.se. Office hours from 6 a.vn.yo lOa'clotk p. w».. VERY MILD, There is a good deal said about employing Prof. Toasley as superintendent of schools in Minneapolis. For one I think the salary extravagant, but no one doubts his capacity for the duties of th 3 office; but if he accepts which probably he will, for $3,600 a year is a good deal of money he must not in his future imp oration villify the Democratic parents of his scholars. I doubt if it was left to a vote of the city if Prof. Tousley could be elected to the office. I an: free to say that I should vote for lute, b:^ salary and all, but there are lots of tax-payers who would — string Ropublicans at that. Peogbess. The above from the Evening Journal, although very conservative and mild, gives a good idea how our citizens feel on this question. Ju3T as we anticipated. Now the origin of the city hall fire is definitely settled. It was a case of spontaneous combustion. Mock piety is said to be like waste that is sat urated with oil. There has been a good desl of the former in the two upper stories of the city hall, and like a cloud over charged with electrioity, a flash was mo mentarily expected by those conversant with the facts. When mock piety is subjected to the test of time, it takes fire the same as oil soaked waste in a hot sun light. This be ing a fact, with the recent fire as evidence, we suggest that the Tribune's lease be placed at a figure high enough, for the next five years, for these two upper stories, to pay for full insurance. M. D. Rowley, the agent for the Brigg3 & Son safe,in a conversation with i Globe representative, stated that the removal of the manufactory of the safe from New York to this city is now a foregone conclu sion. The syndicate of capitalists are rapidly perfecting an organization, aad a large amount of stock has been takej, while other capitalists express their readi ness to purchase stock as soon as the or ganization of the stock company is fully perfected. It will give employment to at least 1,000 people. The printed proceedings of the non pirtisaiz board of education announce that the tyrant over school children, Tous ley,jwas re-elected nnanimously. Yes, it was a star chamber executive session where it was accomplished. The people will soon ask why its servants fix up jobs and vote away their money to politicians for services on the stump, in secret ses sion?. Wa do not believe that the lone Democrat on the board, Mr. McNair, voted to intlist Tousley and $3,600 upon us. Lat there be light. Some of our local theorists are predict ing, fince the terrible earthquake on the island of Ischi a, that with the evidence that electricity is creating our cyclones and earthquakes, and on the ground that tha earth is now overcharged with this powerfai agent, the slumbering volcanoes of the Yellowstone region are liable to be awakened. An attraction like that would prove a great draw to the Northwest; and then Ton3ley's coming is expected to tip the earth a little, you know. Dousey i 3 a magazine of good powder for our local politicians and "its a lie" and "tis too true" are heard on all sides. The Republicans say "its a lie" scarcely above a whisper and the Journal lets the subject of the disagreeable disclosures drop with "bat the public is supremely indifferent to what Mr. Dorsey has to say." Are they indaed; why its nuts for our boys. The true inwardness of the reported re tirement of Blakely from the northwest end of the Pioneer Prese, is that the secret leaked out with the words "kicked out" interpolated. So he ti6ktd and was grant ed longer time. Good evening, David. In proportion to the population we have as many undeveloped chiefs of the fire department as there were generals in tho rear during tho war. They know all abGut the size of water mains and how to geaeral fee firemen at Syndicate block fires. Thebe is considerable interest manifest ed in the boat races to take place at Lake Minnetonka to-day and to-morrow, and the attendance from this city promiess to be very large. Hanlan, the oarsman, will prove a drawing card. Much interest is felt in the Democratic state convention which meets in" St. Paul to-morrow, and our looal delegates will probably go do down and see the boys this evening. Minneapolis Democrats want no non partisan state ticket. A Democratic cy clone wanted. ."MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELEIN. (Jity council to-night. Base ball this afternoon. The Minnetonka regatta. Board of trade this morning. C. A. A. C. meeting this afternoon. A regular meeting of the city council will be held this evening. The real estate transfers filed yester day a^greated §53,365.70. A special meeting of the board of trade will be held this morning. Danz ? s band gave an open air concert at Oak Lake park last evening. The board of water commissioners will hold a meeting to-morrow evening. An important meeting of the Robert Emmet Library association will be held ' fhis evening. The Crusaders held a regular meeting )qpt evening, at which considerable busi ness was transacted. The Brown Stockings will play the Unions of Chicago, on the Brown Stocking |$.Tk this af teraoon . Big preparations are being made by Minneapolis people to attend th» Minne- Ijpika regatta to-day. The Minneapolis Street Railway com pany started cars on the Stevens avenue ifne yesterday for the first time. Dreanen, Starr & Everett now find that their insuraaoe foots up $96,000, making $21,000 more than reported at first. Quite a large amount of crockery was found in the basement of Brennen, Starr <fc JEverett'o store yesterday, and removed. The Bassett spoil bank is being remov ejj. A crew of men with teams are taking it to the edge of the falls and shoveling it over. Hariet B. Burner charges Jamas Gold berg with using abusive language to her . Goldberg was arraigned before Judge Baflpy yestecday, when he said he did no — "I 1 ' ■* 1 *x such thinrj. He succeeded in getting his trial postponed until this morning, when the facts will be bror.ght out. The glove match between Prof. Donald sou and Capt. Dalton in the Market hall Saturday night is attracting a good deal of attention. Those in search of a good restaurant cannot do better than try the Buaton, 200 Hennepin avenue, and they will not be disappointed. Company I of the First regiment will hold a meeting this evening. A resolution will be introduced to elect new non-com missioned officers. Visit the Comique restaurant for good meals and take in the fine entertainment up stairs which cannot but prove pleasing to lovers of the drama. The M. & St. L. offers $250 for the ar rast and conviction of the person who placed obstructions on its track at Eden Prairie last Thursday night. The Stinson Addition Improvement asso ciation held a meeting in the Presbyterian church, and passed resolutions for the further perfection of their system. B. O. Anthony, an employe of Folds & Griffith's, reports a loss of $1,000 on furni ture and books in the Syndicate block. He held $500 insurance in the Girard. C. G. Vanstrum yesterday gave his writ ten consent to the marriage of his son Fred, aged 20 years, to Mary Munson, and a marriage license was issued accordingly. The colorei men of Minneapolis will hold a meeting in the African M.E. church on the t East .side on Friday evening to elect delegates to the state convention in St. Paul. Erick P. Fisher received his first papers of citizenship yesterday and renounced forever all allegiance and fidelity to the king of Deniark, of whom he had hereto fore been a subject. At a meeting of the Minneapolis Build ing and Loan association to be held next Saturday evening, the thirteenth series of 6tock is to be issued. The aßSOciatisn is in a flourishing condition. The following parties received marriage licenses yesterday: Jeremiah Scott and Lizzie Green; Richard F. Bullock and Mary Lasotta; John Palmer and Martha Lieberg; Fred T. Vanstrum and Mary Munson. Robert L. Kelley has received a specimen of ore from the copper mines on the north shore of Lake Superior, in which a number of our capitalists are interested. It is estimated that the ore will yield 68 per cent, copper. The counsel for the executors of the estate of the late C. C. Washburn, hava filed in the probate court a motion of ap peal from Judge Ueland's deoision giving to the widow one-third of the estate. Tho case will go to the supreme court. The prohibitionists are going in for a lively campaign this year and will open up in the city of Minneapolis August 15, with an all day meeting. The best speakers in the state will be secured and workers are expected to be in attendance from all parts of the state. A full programme will be published soon. Dr. A. J. Dexter has got oomfortably es tablished in his new quarters, rooms 4, 5 and 6, Syndicate blook, second floor. The burning of the elevator necessitated the change from the upper to the lower floor, to accommodate the hundreds of invalids, who are unable (antil the doctor treats them) to climb up several fights of stairs to visit him. Last Saturday evening a man came into Henry Kreuger's gun store,corner of Wash ington and First avenues north, purchased a revolver for five dollars and tendered a check on the First National bank for fif teen dollars in payment. The oheok was drawn in favor of D. E. Moore and signed by Wm. Regan . Yesterday Mr. Krouger presented the check at the bank and was told by the oashier that it was not good. Upon the records of the police court yes terday was the illustrious name of William King, and he was charged with drunken ness. The Glode would not like to havo its readers confound the wayward William with old Thaumatnrgus — not for the world — because it really vras not he. Sentence was suspended, possibly owing to the peculiar influence which there may be in identity of names. A representative of the Globe happened into the office of Dr. Perrie, 252 First avenue south, and was surprised to see the many different deseases the people of the city are heir to. Dr. Perrie is making a specialty of deseaaes of the blood,. Having lor many years held the responsible position as army surgeon, he is competent to handle almost any desease the human flesh is heir to. He shows soma very good testimonials from prominent business men in this city, who have been cured of the very worst cases of cancers. A coroner's inquest was held In Warner's undertaking rooms yesterday upon the re mains of the little boy, Frederick Grochel, killed by being run over by a wood cart on Thirteenth avenue sooth near Fifth street. No witness saw the caaaalty, and after a searching investigation the jnry brought in a verdict blaming the driver of the wood cart for leaving his team npon the street unhitched, and requesting that the police see that all offenders or violators of the city ordinance relating to hifcohing horses, be strictly enforced. At tho Syndicate block the Briggs & Son safe was given a severe test which it wit h stood amazingly well. Tat safe wr.s locat ed in the office of Folds & Griffiths' oarpet house, in the roar of the ground floor, surrounded by combustible materials, and upon the floor burning waa precipitated to the basoment into a bed of burning bituminous coal. Whe n exhumed the safe was half buried in the coal. It had been so h»at«d that in falliag and striking some hard inbstance an in dention of about an inch in depth was made in the hard wroaght iron binding at the corner. Upon opening the safe the books and papers of the firm were f oand in excellent condition. Everybody who has seen this safe want a Briggs £ Son make. Dr. A. J. Dexter caoajs to Minneapolis only eighteen toys since. When he an nounced himself as an electro biologist and magnetic physician, naturally he faced the interminable projadiee of tbo people against such doctrines. This prejudice is the natural outgrowth of experience. Dar ing the past half dozezuyoara, Minneapolis ihas been visited by unprincipled qaacks who heralded their coming •with a load flourish of trumpets. And in many in stances filched invalids of largo sums of money upon the roproooatatiea that they would positively cure any and all diseases. Now these quacks ware not, as a matter of fact, possessed of the first degree of mag netic power, and oonseqaentlj were abso lutely unable to perform the pretended cures, and the people were led to believe that there waa no virtue in magnetic acienos. They arrived at this conclusion without having first given merited thought to the Mienoo, and the readers of the Globb can ruadilj ap preciate the opposition with which Dr. Dexter was compelled to contend when be op&ned here about a half a month ago. He announced.that he coald cure some of the worst and severest cases of rheumatism THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNIXG, AUGUST 1. 188 a of long standing, etc., and the Globe is | convinced that he has faithfully kept his - - vf . Mr. C. H. Lang worthy, a hard ware merchant, wJ> j has been nnable to walk erect for years, and who could scarce- : climb a flight of stairs was treated by Dr. ' Dexter, and to-day he walks as erect and with rb much ease as any gentleman in the city. His elbows can be brought to gether behind his back without the slight est pain. Many other instances of Dr. Debtor's wonderful cures might be cited, but suffice it to say that he has pretty thoroughly overcome the prejudices of the people, and now finds himself in a large practice. THE HOSPITAL INVESTIGATION. Another Day Devoted to the Hearing of Testimony. At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon the in quiry into the charges made by Dr. Cates against the management of the Sisters' hospital was resumed at that institution, all the members of the committee being present and the mayor presiding. The first witness for the defense was J. W. Uinokley, who on oath testified as follows: Have been in Sisters' hospital as a patient for nine months and a half; Morrison, the patient, came here one day and died the next; saw him when he enme in; he was unconscious; he was clean when he came and I saw him several times the first night he was here; saw him between 9 and 10 o'clock the next morning; was at his bed side and detected nothing wrong or any ordor of feces about him; am a druggist by profession and hare followed the business for thirteen years; have prepared most of the medicines or dered hare since I came; have supervision of all prescriptions that are compounded here; in the case of John Johnson I did not put up the first prescription; I ex amined it when he said it burned his mouth; prepared most of his medicines after that and they were put up as order ed; Fellows Syr. Hypophosphitesfj is a patent medicine and patent medicines ar« not usually prescribed by physicians. I looked to the city physicians' book for directions and prescriptions and they were followed in eaoh instance. Either the mother superior or my self prepared all the prescriptions, and I always made it my business to see they were fully carried out and medicines delivered. 1 took the pulse and tempera ture once in the case of Martha Peterson when requested by Dr. Cates, the only case when Dr. Cates ever requested me to do it; never heard of his requesting any one else to do so; took pulse and temperature in several oases, but did not report it, because I was not asked for it; have found the sis ters here to be the kindest people I ever met; I mean towards the patients, as I am frequently called into the wards and have occasion to see their attention; the wards and beds are always kept clean; when they become littered they are cleaned up as soon as dirtied; patients are always sponged in winter time when they enter and are given alcohol baths; when the water works were out of order patients were given sponge baths; never saw a dirty patient brought here that was not given a bath as soon at his condition would warrant it; this was true of city as well at of private patients; the food was of good quality and plenty of it; never heard a patient complain tb*t food was not good; patients were always supplied with clean clothing; sever saw any lice or bed bugs in the hospital; never heard of any interference with the orders of any physician here; in fact we were very particular about not allowing any interfer ence ;I have bean obliged to keep a close look on the record of Dr. Dates in order to fol low his directions, and I know that two entries have been made to that record since it left the hospital; the first is in the oase of Martha Peterson of "debility from typhoid fever and neglect;" the other was in the case of Mary Ann Garrity, whare these words were added to the rec ord; "Poultices were ordered through telephone;'' the mother superior made some remarks about what a pity it would be for the poor girl to lose her hand; I said: "Will you please sea that my orders are ful filled?" "Yes, doctor, but some of your orders are very strange." The book was taken away June 80 or July Ist and I never Baw the book again until the inves tigation; he used to bring the book with him after that and take it away with him; Dr. Cates has supplied his own medicine since that with bat a few exceptions; since then the directions are left as to giving medicines with the nurses and for some time no directions were left upon the bottles or packages left by him; I know the patient Miles McHale and saw him when he was brought here. I knew him as a hackman and took considerable inter est in him; he was always clean except on the first night he was brought here when he was dirty and his clothing also dirty; clean clothes were pnt on him; he never complained but once and that was about his bed, and I had that fixed; his com plaint was not that the bed was unclean ; often asked if I could do anything for him; I paid his bills here, and he is mistaken when he says he paid them; don't remem ber of saying anything to him about pay ing me baok; I helped to take «&re of the insane woman several nights, as she was abusive to the sisters; the nurses did everything in their power to relieve Hint Olson; were very attentive in his oase, and several sisters were in continuous attend ance; they have as good a stock of pre scription drugs here as I have in aty store, and every drag first class; th« mother superior is as thoroughly competent to put up drugs as I am. There ia a regularly employed male nurse in the hospital. Calleghan never made one ewn plamt about care or treatment; he often asked for more stimulants than was order- Ed by the doctor. Mother superior on oath said: I have charge of the Siters' hospital and have h«d since its organization ; It was opened im May, 1882: have seven sisttrs here includ ing myself; have had two men employed here since we opened and have three now; have been engaged im hospital duties at intervals for forty years and h*v» attend ed many sick people. I can make up any prescription; have taught mj sisters here; they are all good nurses; I visit all patients personally when I am here and when I am away my assistant acts for me; I told the hospital staff that Dr . Cates was to take charge of the city cases; Burrell got all the roedieineordemi and he had every oare and attendance; re -1 marked to one of the sisters when I first saw Barrell that he would die; Morriaoa was dirty when he came here, and I called the male narse and had Morrison cleaned and given clean clothiag.and I stayed wilh him all night; I telephoned Dr. Catoa,aad as I eoald not get him I oallod Mr. Hiaak ley to help me; I gave Morrison a little whisky and aailk and when Dr.Catea arrivod next morning he diseontinned the whiakv and ooattnaed the milk. Morrison may h«ve had flUa in his bod at the time he waa dying, bat if so he coald not be ehaagod while he was dying; never said "I aat afraid the poor child will lose her hand" but once, and that waa in Dr. CateV pros oaco and the girls; the Garrity girl re moved thepoalticoa herself ; sot* e girl told me; nover said to Dr. Catoa that there are some physicians that are not surgeons; I wrote in the rooord, u tke poaltieea wore applied," etc., etc.; I gave Martha Patev eon her medicine aa directed by Dr. Catos, when the bath room was out of order the patients were always given sponge baths. Dr. Cates asked me to take pulse and temperature and I refused because I deemed it was not one of the dutios of a nurse; I oiaiated he ought t» take lbs record himself or send his assistant. I did say if Dr. Collins had operated he would not have ieft the little corners on the stnmp; did not mean to criticize the operation but to show that another physi cian did his operations differently. My remarks did not excite the patient; have had several complaints from the sisters in reference to the treatment they re ceived from Dr. Cates; no complaints have been made by any of the hospital staff of Dr. Cates; we have always given Dr. Cates all the information we could; the patients are kept in a cleanly condition; so are the beds. No lice or bedbugs here; we remove patients who die to the porch as we have no dead house; when they die they are taken out of the ward at once; I said I would not buy any more expensive medicines for city patients because Dr. Cates doubted what we told him about medicines; we furnish the best food and prepare and give it as directed; Dr. Cates, not believing the medicines were made up by us as ordered, we told him to supply his own medicines. Saw only one bottle without directions on it left by Dr. Cates. The investigation is continued until Friday at 2:30 p. m. A Divorce Suit. An action for divorce was filed yesterday by Jennie B. Graham, aged 35, against Solomon B. Graham, aged 47. The parties were married in Pennsylvania in October, 1875, and there have been born to them two children, aged 7 and 6 years respec tively. They lived together until a year ago, when defendant deserted the plaintiff and her children, leaving them homeless and without means of support, and has ever since refused to provide them any sustenance whatever. The plaintiff alleges that Solomon eloped with one Mrs. Elnora Deith, of Pelican Rapids, in this state, on the 20th of December last year, and that he has committed adultery with the object of his elopement on various occasion?, both in this state and in Dakota territory. Wherefore she demands that the bonds of matrimony be dissolved, that the custody of the children be awarded to her and that a reasonable provision for the support of horself and children be made out of de fendant's property. As the defendant could not be found by the sheriff in Hen nepin county, the judge ordered that the summons in said action be served on de fendant by publishing it once a week for six consecutive weeks in a daily newspaper published in Minneapolis, and if defend ant fails to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. The. Aesthetic Deniimontle. Jennie McPherson, an aesthetic nymph dv pave, whose abode haa been at 1431 South Franklin avenue, a week ago was brought before Judge Bailey upon the charge of being the mistress of a tony house of ill-fame. She pleaded not guilty, employed able counsel and had the trial continued until yesterday. The arrest, it fieems, was the outcome of the indignation felt by neighboring Franklin street resi dents, and pending the trial, she became frightened at the attitude of the neighbors, and with her best man, who passes Bnder the name of C. H. Gibbon, she fled to the residenoe of a clergyman, where hymeneal vows were exchanged and they went forth into the world lawful man and wife. They changed their baas of operation opening farther toward the north pole. But people in that vicinity were not slow in arriving at correct conclusions, and a threat of a raid brought Ihe aesthetic Jennie to the office of the mayor for pro tection. It is needless to add that she was commanded to snipend further operations. Her first case came up before Judge Bailey yesterday, bnt a continuance was secured by her counsel until Saturday afternoon. Minneapolis Markets. The receipts and shipments at and from Minneapolis yesterday were as follows: Receipts— Wheat 44,000 bushels, oats 5, --000 bushels, corn 1,800 bnsheU, barley 1, --200 bushels, millstuffs 72 tons, hay 24 tons, lumber 140,000 feet, barrel stock 4 cars, coal 506 tons, wood 16 cords, fruit 60,000 pounds. Shipments— Flour 5,180 barrels, wheat 2,000 bushels, barley 600 bushels, millstuffs 85 tons, lumber 28,000 feet. Following were to-day's grain inspec tions, showing number of cars and grades: Wheat — No. 1 hard 28 cars, No. 2 hard 2 cars, No. 1 23 cars, No. 2 3 care, Ne. 2 23 cars, condemned 10 ears, rejected 3 cars. Oats — Rejected 1 car. Barley — No. 3 rejected 2 cars. Total cars 125. 4 Wheat — Prices for good wheat for spot delivery were higher yesterday, and the demand was better than on preceding days. Good samples were sought for by millers and met a fair reqaest. There was very little for sale by grade. For No. 1 hard $1.11)^ was freely bid, and a few bids went % °ent higher. No. 2 hard was in request at $1.08 for regular. For No. 1 hard seller th 9 year there was some inquiry. 2 cars No. 2 northern went by sample at $1.04. The sales by samples were generally made on private terms and at the offices. The basis of values was furnished, however, by bids on the hard trades, No. 1 hard a* $1.12 and No. 2 ditto at $1.08. Flour— Quiet. Qaetod aa follows: Pa tente, $6.25g6.75; straights, $email@example.com; clears, $5.00©5.35; low grades, $2.00@ 3,00; Hiakle'6 gold dual, $6.75; Inland, $5.35. Corn — In small demand and sellers were offering it at 48e for No. 2 grade and con demned was offered at 40042 c, Oats — In small demand and that for 6ingle car lota only. A large supply was offered on the basis of 32e for No. 2, but no purchases at that price. Some vary good rejected was offered at 29Q300. Bran— Billed at $7.75 ©8 per ton in bulk, $9.256,9.75 sacked. Bnsinasa falling O S in consequence of firmness of millers. Shorts — There was no good demand, but prices remain stationary. Mixed Feed— Steady at $18.50@ 19.50 for choice No. 1. Poor stock can be sold at prices correspondingly low. Hay — Only a small basiness was report ed on a basis of $7.50© 8 for the right sort of wild hay; a few sales of timothy were reported at $10® 11 per ton. GBMHKAL HAXKBTS. Choice grades of batter are in fair re quest with receipts not large, while poor grades are abundant and not wanted at even the lowest figarea. Eggs are firm at 17®173^« per doe- Minnesota potatoes are plentiful, the best quality being sold at 70@75c per bashel. Tropical f raito apo in fair demand with the receipts of poars, lemons, and Califor nia oranges rathor largo, the last going at $3(14 per box. Grapes are coming in f roely and trst-alass stock can be had at 20e per pound for Concords and $4.50 per crate for Californias. Prieea of otner oaimodi ties are unchanged. A Htjfilum in Limbo. James W. Clark, an Arkansas cow boy of tho modern type, fired hi« revolver from the window of a panonger coach on the Manitoba road toward the suspension bridge, while the train was crossing the <iilroad bridge. He then stepped to the platform and set up the air brskes, stop ping the train and endangering the lives of all the passengers and train men, £8 there was another tra.in following. That the rear train did not telescope tne passenger train, was no fault of Clark's, but fortunately the engineer of the rear train put on brakes and reversed, stopping before a collision had occurred, in the municipal court yesterday Clark paid a fine of $25 and costs, aggregating in all $29.20, and he was then immediately ar rested for setting the brakes. He pleaded not guilty, and his preliminary examina tion will be held August 3. He was not able to furnish bonds in the sum of $500, and consequently languishes in durance. THE LAST WEEK Of the Closing Out Sale of Furniture by the Knickerbocker Furniture Company at their Store at 324 Xicollet Avenue, form erly Occupied by W. IF. Kimball. The Knickerbocker Furniture company finding themselves overstocked with fine chamber suits and parlor furniture, which they are unable to display at their pres ent limited quarters on Nicollet avenue and Sixth street, and not being able to get in their new store before October, have decided to close out $20,000 worth of goods at exact cost (freight added) for spot cash. All goods are marked in plain figures. THE COURTS. District Court. NEW CASES AND PAPEBS FILED. August Schmidt vs. Joseph Wraspee. Complaint tiled. An action in reference to a sale of land situated in the township of Bloomington. Bardwell, Robinson & Co., vs. Henry H. Sayre. Writ of attachment issued to the sheriff of Hennepin county. Amount of indebtedness claimed, $83,17. Jennie B. Graham vs. Solomon B. Gra ham. Summons, complaiat, affidavit and order filed for publication filed. Divorce on the ground of adultery and dvsertion. Wesley Neil vs . James H. Morris. An action to acquire title of property. Probate Court. I Before Judge Uelaud.] In the matter of the estate of William McCoy, deceased; inventory filed and al lowed and order for creditors to present claims made. Municipal Court. [Before Judge Badley.l Thomas Morgan and Michael Fuller, drunkenness; paid fines of $5 and costs each. Hans Olson, drunkenness; committed ten days. William King, drunkenness; sentence suspended. Michael Collagard, drunkenness; com mitted ten days. Julius Tapper and Albert Adelbury, dis orderly conduct; discharged. R. F. Bullock, seduction of Mary La sotta; dismissed upon marriage of parties to the cause. •fames Goldberg, abusive language to Harriet B. Burnes; entered plea of not guilty; continued until this morning. John Skyenmen, bastardy; dismissed. James W. Clark, discharging revolver from car window on Nicollet island; plead ed guilty and paid a fine of $25 and costs, aggregating |29.20. James W. Clark, obstructing cars; con tinued until Aug. 2; committed in default of bail in the turn of $500. W. M. Blnvitt, assault and battery upon George C. Stillman; entered a plea of net guilty; continued this afternoon. Jennie MoPherson and Addie Bowers, keeping a house of ill-fame; continued un til the afternoon of August 4. Hem I Estate Transfers. The principal real estate transfers filed yesterday are the following: Amos C. Berry and wife and Walter Niohols to E. H. Holbrook and J. G. Jack son, the northwesterly 22 feet front and rear of lot 8, in block 40, of city of Minn eapolis, $5,500. John D. Myer and wife to the Minneap olis Union Railway company, a certain portion of lot 11, block 12, city of Minn eapolis, for the full payment of commis sioners' award, $30,000. Trustees St. P., M. & M. Ry to Minne apolis Elevator company, right of way for elevator purposes, §8,0f;0. F. T. Peet et als. to Alvis Knoblauch, lot 7, in block 2, of Washington Yale's addition to Minneapolis, §5,000. MINNEAPOLIS PERSONALS. Miss Emile Lockwood has returned from Beston. Henry Ward Beecherand wife are guests at the Nioollet. W. E. Cramer, of the Daily Wisconsin, was a gaest at the Nicollet yesterday. W. B . Wheeler, general traveling agent of the Omaha road, was in the city yester day. Mrs. Prof. Gustavus Hall is preparing for a visit to her former home in Bradford, Perm. Mrs. Gen. Ankeny and granddaughter, of Dcs Moines, lowa, are visiting friends in the city. John Baugh, general manager of the Grand Pacific at Moorhead, was in the metropolis yesterday. W. P. Ives, tioket agent at the Manitoba depot, has tendered his resignation to make a trip to California for the benefit of his health. Prof. Gustavna Hall will make his resi dence in Minneapolis permanent, and is arranging to bniid a residence on the line of the motor. Judge J. P. Quinn baa removed his office from 303 Hennepin avenue to 42 Waahing iDjjton avenm* south, where he will be glad to receive his many friends. J. B. Gilfillim, "Winthrop Young and wife, Capt. John Martin and daagter, M. P. Hayes and wife and dauahter, have left for Saratoga Springs and Boston, by way of the> laxea. Tk# New Hampshire Senatorship. Cohoobd, N. H., July 31. — the thirty eighth joint ballot for United States sena tor to-day Pike gained 15 over Friday's vote, Burns 12, Marston 2. Chandler lost 15 and Laph&m 2. Cabtui News. Havana, July 31. — Gen. Prendergast, captain general of Cuba, has resigned ow ing to ill health. Gen. Chinchilla, vice captain general, has also resigned. Gen. Castillo has been appointed Gen. Prender gast's sucoecßor . Michael Potter, of Willow Grove, Salea eonaty, lk» oldest resident of Hew Jersey, has just celebrated his ninety-ninth birth day. His deaemdants number 242 cail j dren of Sevan sons and four damghtcrs. The patriarch is .in good health, was never drunk but onoe in his life, and votes the Democratic ticket. Funeral of Railway DiMwt«r Ttctiaas. Philadelphia, July — The funeral of J. L. Boos and wife, victims of the Borne, • Watertown & Ogdensburg railroad disaster iat Carlyon, X V., took place this after noon and was attended by members of the j Grand Army of the Republic and officers and employes of the quartermaster's de ; partment of the United States army, to which Boos belonged. State Uonventians. Bostos, July 31. — Tha State Republican convention will be held here Sept. 19. Albany, li. V., July — The Demo cratio state committee meets at Saratoga Aug. 23. : . .'■ ;., MINNEAPOLIS WMT mm WANTED— Ton ;r -v.bere to so to Colfax '" Iowa,|?10 per section, cheap fare; ten men for New York farm, nine miles west of Breckenndge, good wages; four men for Lake Minnetonka, cheap fare, good wages; 500 men for Duluth, good wages, cheap fare; 500 men for Marshalltown and DesMoines,lowa, good wages. For further information, call on Charles Colter, 221 Washington avenue south. 21» TT'OR RENT— whole or part of a desirable A store, centrally located. Will give a long lease. Inquire at Globe office, 6 Washington avenue. ■ 213-26 ANTED — 25 men f«r Mandan, $2 per day; 25 men for Superior City, $1.75 per day; 25 men for Dickenion, to work in car shop at $2 por day, steady work and good pay: ship every day this week; one good waiter for city, farm hands, dairy man. Gillingham & Co., Harmonia hall . 210 FOR RENT— with 9 rooms, cellar, well and cistern, go«d barn room for S horses, Pleasant avenue and Twenty-fourth street. Price $30 per month. Apply to A G Smith, livery stable, corner of Washington and Cedar avenue 205* JA. CARLSON'S Employment Office, 105 • First street north. Telephone con nections. Pint-class ■ help furnished on ap plication. 181* SAFES A large invoice of Briggs' safes just received. One specially fine fire and burg lar safe. An assortment of second hand safes, different makes, cheep. Scales, money drawers, etc. 11. D. Rowley & Co., general agents, 15 Fourth street south. Minneapolis, Minn. 179* SHIP YOBR~ ~~~ BUTTER, EGGS MD CHEESE To J. J. SLEAVIN & CO., 20 Bridge Square, General Fruit, Produce and Commission Mer chants. Orders for Oranges, Lemons and Apples, and all small fruits filled on short notice. 213 ill's Stick 'Em Fly Paper. NOT POISONOUS. It catches them all, both great and small, of every tribe and nation. Try it. Only 5c a sheet. Ask your druggist or grocer for it. Use none other. Respectfully. JOS. R. HOFFLIN, Druggist, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. A. J. DEXTER ELECTRO-BIOLOGIST, . AND Magnetic Physician Cares all diseases Speedily and Pebmanejjt ly. I Has effected a large number of miraculous which are testified to by sworn affidavits, on file in his office. Dr. Dexter is endorsed by all the newspapers in St. Paul and Minneapolis and throughout the U. 8., and by many prominent men and women of national reputation. Before leaving Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Dexter was presented with a valuable Gold and Diamond Medal by his patients and friends. The medal is now on «xhibition at Harry Legg's Diamond Palace, Nicollet avenue. Particular attention paid to Special, Chronic and Nkbvous diseases, Diseases of Long Stand ing and oases pronounced Inctjkable. Will Guabartek to cure all cases of Rhetmatism, Consumption, Bbight's Disease, Dyspepsia, all diseases of the Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Blad der, all diseases of Women and Children. Special diseases, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all diseases that flesh is heir to . CONSULTATION AND EXAM INATION FREE . Assisted by one of the oldest «r dilates of Jefferson Medical College, Phila delphia. Strangers at a distance treated by cor respondence, wherever practicable. Send for a copy of the "Magnetic Journal," sent free. OFFlCE— (Syndicate Block, Rooms 4 and 5, E«cond floor, entrance on Nicollet. Residence, Nicollet House, Minneapolis. Minn. Office houbs: 9a.m. to 1 p. m., 2 to 5:30 p.m. Open during the evening only from 7 to 10 o'clock, and on Sundays from 9a. m . to sp. m., only. UALL AND CONSULT THE HOST SUCCESSFUL DOCTORS IN AMERICA, M. REEVES & TIMER, 111 f asMmton Avenue South, ROOM 1, • - - MIME.4POIB, IM LUNGS, THROAT, NOSE.— If you cough or have weak luDgs, asthma, bronchitis, or Catarrh, do not lose time by expei imentlng with cod-liver oil, malt, hypophosphites, or any other treatment that does not benefit more than one case In a thousand, bnt apply at once to Drs. REEVES & TURNER, Throat and Lung specialists. Try the best first, because it will be the cheapest in the end, and if you call before the di«eas« hu worked irreparable injury you will be cttred. STOMACH. LIVE R.— lf yon hare dispep*ia or pain, soreness, fullness, bloating or sour stom ach, nausea or vomiting, headache, pain in the stomach, side, arms or hands, or a numb, prickly feelirg; if your bowels ax« contive or you have di arrhea, if you kayo pile*, fistula or h»rnia. or any disease of the stomach or bowels, either external or internal consult Drs. REEVES & TURNER. DXFORJEITIES.— Curred *pine, humpback, bow-legs, club-feet, diseases of the hip and knee joint. Consult Drs. REEVES A TURNER. WOMKN.-Il yon hare a mother, ■wife or sis ter, daughter or a lady friend Buffering with any disease, insist on her consulting experienced and successful specialists in femalt diseases. We cure such diseases rapidly and permanently. KIDNEYS AND BLADDER— If your urine is highly colored, milky, or very clear, is passed often and with pain, or is icant or too abundant, and oasts a sediment of white, ropy or brlckdu«t color, or if you have pains in the back, or feel weak, or if there is a heavy, dragging or bearing down sensation, or any disease or unusual symptoms or disagreeable sensation such as an unnatural dis charge, or Itching or burning sensation, consult .Jeeves & TUBNEB. BLOOD AND SKIN. -Diseases, absorption and external remedies. Do not derange your stomach, bowels or digestion by taking the so-called ' blood medicine," but come at once to Drs REEVES & TURNER, and be cured at once and without injuy. Our treatment for blood and skin diseases will do you more good in one month than all the blood medicine you ever took. There is no ■ecessity for going to Hot Springs or anywhere else. We never fail, and will give $1,000 tor a case that we cannot enre. : , . BYES AF ? EABS.-If your hearing or sight is failing, or if you have spots or specks or flashes or light before the eyee, or ringing, roaring or noi»K*! in the | ear*, be assured that these are na ture's signal* and alarm bells, warning you of com ing blindness or deafness. Lo»« no time, but con sult at one« Dn«. KEETES & TURNER. HEART. BRAIN, NEKVBS.-If yon have a dizcraess of the head, palpitation of the heart, dim cult breathing and suffocating feelings, fullness of the heed, a tired, irritable, discontented feeling and fear of impending danger or death, a dread of being alone, or the rarer*- — a desire to be alone, if your memory Is failing and you are gloomy and despond- < ent, or if you dream much or often, and feel an aversion to society, you are suff«9ring from a seri ous disease of the nerves, brain and heart. You have no time to loose. Consult at once Das. REEVES & TURNER, physician* and surgeons. All mail answered promptl y and strictly confi dential. OTHER DISEASES.— If you heve any disease, no matter what the name aid nature may be. con sult free in person or by letter Deb REEVES & ; TURNER. You may depend upon honest, fair deal- • ing, reasonable charges and no encouragement ! without a prospect of cure or benefit. Hundreds of I ladies and gentlemen visit our office every day. We ! have separate entrances and reception rooms. ®ne person never knows what another is being treated for or that he is being treated. We never mention the names of our patients, and never refer to them without their written permission.' Exposure will never com* threu^h ur. ONce house 8 a.m. to 9 p. m. ,. DR. SPINNEY & Co., 1054 South Third street. Minneapolis, Minn. Office Hours— a. m. to 1 p. m. ; 2to 5 and Ito9p. m. Sundays,9 to 11 a. m. only. Treat all Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases of Men and Women. TOL'yO 31 EX. The following symptoms, frequently met with among young men, are produced by causes well known to themselves: Loss of Memory and Energy, Eyes prowing Weak, Eruptions on the Forehead, Disturbing Dreams, Unrefreshing Sleep, Bad Feel ing on rising in the morning. Loss of Appetite, Pal pitation of the Heart, Despondency, Timidity, . Brooding over the Past, Apprehensions for the Fu ture, Aversion to Society, an Unnatural Preference 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 stage— remember you are approaching the last, and the time must come, when the most skillful physi cian can sender you no assistance. In no case has the doctor 1 failed of success. Then let not despair work itself upon your imagination, but avail your selves of the beneficial results of his treatment be fore your case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or before grim Death hurries you to a premature grave. MIDDLE-AGED JIEX. There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are often troubled with too frequent evacuat:ons 01 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. ©n examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear or the color be of a ( thin, mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark or torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, 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. Cal or address DR. SPINNEY & CO., 18£ Third stree south, Minneapolis. Minn. 160 TIE LlfflUUL LAKE GALHOUN! Minneapolis, Minn. Dinner Honrs 5 to 7:30 d. m. JJlilllol flUUlo j ID J.uUll. ill. RATES $3.50 PER DAY 183* W. G. & G. F. TELFER. Assessment for Manges of Graie on Streets in First, FaDrtli ana FUtb Warfls. Office of thk Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul, Minn., July 28, 1883. > The Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, j will meet at their office in said city at 2 p.m. on the 17th day of August, A. D., 1883, to make an assessment of benefits, damages costs, and expenses arising from a change of grade on the following streets, in said city, on the property on the line of said change of grade, and such other property as may be deemed benefited or damaged thereby, to- wit: Smith street from Douglas street to Wilkin street. Colborne street from Superior street to Fort street. Rosabel street from Fourth street to the levee. Rosabel street from Third street to the Union depot. Rosabel street from Eighth street to the levee. Wakouta street from Fourth street to the levee. Wakouta street from Third street to the. Union depot. Wakouta street from Eighth street to the levee. Pine street from Grove street to Seventh street. Sibley street from Eighth street to the levee. Eighth street from Broadway to Kittson street. Broadway from Prince street to the levee. Broadway from Seventh street to the levee. Broadway from Third street to the Union depot. Tenth street from Broadway *© Grove street. Tenth street from Jackson street to Broadway. Ninth street from Broadiray tb Neill street. Ninth street from Jackson street to Broadway. Seventh street from Jack<B& street to Broadway. Seventh street from Sibley street to Jackson street. Twelfth street from Broadway to Pine street. Valley street frosi Jackson street to Fairview street. - Locust street from Grove street to seventh street. Eleventh street from Broad&ray to Olive street. Sixth street from Willius street to Kittson street. Sixth street from Jacks#n .ff^^t • to Broadway. Willius street from GrovTe street to Seventh street. Neill street from Fifth st»eet Seventh street. Neill street from Seventh &Mfc»t to Ninth street. V Jl* Olive street from Grove street to Seventh street. John street from Seventh street to Prince street. John street from Seventh stse^ to Grove street. All persons interested are hereby notified to be present at said time and place of making said assessment and will be heard ™• i n°r m r FARB INGTON, President. Official: B. L. Gorman, ; - v- ; Clerk Board of Public Works. . tS^Jf .