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] The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has '
been removed to 213 Hennepin avenue.
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'•.' ; The Daily Globe
can be found on sale every morning at the fol '
lowing news stands:
Nicollet House news stand, St. James Hotel '
news stand, J. W. Ayers, South Third street ]
between Xicollet and Hennepins avenue, W. E.
Gerrish, 601 South Washington avenue, W. 11. ]
Stickney, 517 Cedar avenue. 11. J. Worth, oppo- |
site Manitoba depot. Geo. A. Morse, 206 Central j
avenue, E. A. Taylor, 226 Hennepin avenue, C. i
E. Murphy, 206 Hennepin avenue, 11. lloeflner,
1221 Washington avenue north, and Heddcrly & '
Co., 55 Central avenue.
Democratic County Convention.
A convention of the Democratic voters of
Hennepin county is hereby called to meet at i
Market hall in the city of Minneapolis, on Sat- j
urday, the 4th day of October, 1884, at 12 o'clock (
m., to nominate candidates as follows, viz : _ (
County Auditor, Register of Deeds, Sheriff,
County Attorney, Court Commissioner, County
Surveyor, Coroner, Clerk of District Court, one '
County Commissioner from each the Second and
Third Commissioner districts, six Representa
tives Irom the Twenty-ninth Senatorial district,
four Representatives Irom the Thirtieth Senator
ial district. ;•; ■■■;•'■•': \
Also to select the delegates to represent said
county in the Fourth Judicial District Demo
cratic convention. V T ,
The respective towns and wards are entitled to
delegates as follows, viz:
First ward, 16: Second ward, 5; Third ward,
14: Fourth ward, 13; Fifth ward, 10; Sixth
ward, 19; Seventh ward, 4; Eighth ward, 2.
Bloomington, Champlin, Eden Prairie, Green
wood, Independence, Minneapolis, Osseo, St.
Anthony and Wayzata, one delegate each.
Brooklyn, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Excelsior,
Hagson, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Minnitrista,
Plymouth, and Richfield, two delegates each.
Corcoran and Medina, three delegates each-
Dated, Minneapolis, Sept. 13, 1884.
By order of Committee .
O. C. Mbhriman, Chairman.
'.James W. Lawuknce, Secretary.
Democratic Judicial Convention, fourth
A Democratic convention of the Fourth Judi
ciai district will be held at Turners hall, in the
city of Minneapolis, Minn., on Wednesday, the
Bth day of October, 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for
the purpose of considering the nomination of a
candidate for the office of district judge of said
The counties in said district . are entitled to
delegates therein as follows, viz:
Anoka ■••■•■•• ■••*••••■••••••••■••••••••■■ 3
Hennepiu 19
Isanti. ; 1
Wright: 8
W. W. McNaiu, Chairman.
Sept. 18, 1884.
Francis Murphy at Market hall this after
It was exceedingly dull Saturday, from a
news gathering standpoint.
The Hill- John son fight continues to be the
political feature in Minneapolis.
Eugene Dare, a Manitoba employe, yester
day cut one of his feet severely with an ax.
The Minnesota club will meet next
Wednesday night at the parlors of the West
Joseph Cooke will lecture in the Westmin
ister church on Friday night on "A night in
the Acropolis."
Hon. O. C. Merriman will address the
Tiiird ward Cleveland and llcndricks club
on Wednesday evening.
A wealthy Minneapolis Democrat has made
a wager of $10,000 that the Democrats will
carry Ohio in November.
The members of the Minneapolis press
have been invited to visit Dion Bouclcault at
h * private car to-morrow.
The First ward Personal Liberty club will
hold a meeting in the East side Turner hall,
this afternoon, at which a campaign commit
tee will be appointed.
The Sixth ward (not the Fourth ward)
Cleveland, Hendricks and Merriman club
incuts .Monday evening and will be addressed
by Capt. Merriman and others.
Prof. John Ogdcn, of Washington, I). C,
addressed the teachers' meeting in the high
school building yesterday morning upon the
theory and practice of teaching.
Tiie name of Hon. Baldwin Brown, of the
Bast side, is mentioned as one of the prob
able candidates for the; nomination to the
oilli-c of sheriff In the Democratic couven-
tion next Saturday.
Detective Quinism, last night, arrested a
iiiiiu named Devine for stealing a watch from
Wrii. Plxley, who resides on Sixth avenue
jorth. The watch is valued at $25, aud had
Men pawned for $15.
George Iluhn, the German candidate for
register Of deeds, has antagonized those of
Ills nationality by refusing peremptorily to
sign the protest to the city council against
the "dead line" ordinance.
Emma Brown is the cognomen under
which the demi monde sails who keeps a
"boarding" house on First street. She paid
i line in $52.50 for privileges extended to
her during the past month by the reform ad
The following obtained marriage licenses
yesterday: John Larson and Hilda Peter
son, Lewis M. Olson and Mary Johnson,
John Hersburg aud Katie Munklcr, Philip
Baaba and Katie Miller, John S. Buckner
and Clara Groth.
R. Sllverstein, one of the saloon keepers
charged with dispensing ardent spirits on
the Lord's day, had the case dismissed yes
terday, and an amended complaint was
filed against him. It Is probable that the old
one would not hold water.
The Sixth ward Cleveland and nendrick's
club will meet at Martin's hall, corner Cedar
and Washington avenues south, Monday
evening, September 29, at 7:30 p. m. Hon.
O. C. Merriuiu. Judge Cochrane and others
ure expected to addresr the members.
Andrew Waltstrom yesterday, In the dis
trict court, com menced suit against George
McMullen for *-.-», 300. for injuries received
by the falling of a derrick, June 10, while he
was working on a culvert over Bassutt'a
creek, under the defendaut's direction.
At the special term of the district court
yesterday morning in the suit for damages
of Uabriel Spenee against P. H. Turner for
the seduction of his daughter, a demurrer to
the complaint was sustained, and the plaint
-111 was given twenty days in which to
The Mutual Live Stock association yester
day filed amendments to their articles of in
corporation with the register of deeds, to the
effect that R. W. Laing. A. A. Page, C. H.
Penritb, .1. H. Harly, Jr. W. I rie. J. W.
Molyncaux, (Jco. M. Hurd. Wade J.Lewis.
(has. W. Sjiel.
The Democratic club of the Fourth ward
have encaged the hall formerly occupied by
the Advent society, oa second " floor over
Elliott's jewelry store, No. 251 Nieollet ave
»nue, at which place they will hold, in future
.heir club meetings. It will also be the
oeadquarters for the congressional commit
tee Of this district.
In the district court yesterday John E.
Bod ley commenced suit for a divorce from
his wife, Lizzie Bodley. whom be charges
committed adultery with B. A. Ktuse July 7,
at the room of the latter in Myers block, and
since has been guilty of the same offense a
cumber of times. The parties were married
. U St. Cloud April M, ISS2. •
Miss Hazel Blake, who recently made her
Icbut at the Pence Opera house in the drama.
is doing excellently as the leading lady of
the company. She Is no novice on the
stage, having been the principal vocalist in
the Ida Slddons company, and other combi
nations of the kind. Miss Blake's singing
is the redeeming feature of the entertain
r.rits at Pence.
'["-;:• Minneapolis bar association has re
» ■: «\.sl the following additional law books:
&ickett on Instruction to Juries, Boavier's
Law Dictionary [T>th edition], Morrison's
Mining Reports [4 vol#.J, Hawley-$ Ameri
can Criminal Report© j 3 vols.], U. S. Re
vised Statutes and Suj.plerae [2 vols.],
ttruwa'a Index Digest, Wait's Table of Cases
md Supplement [2 vols.], Mississippi Re
ports [vol. 61]. V
R. A. Wells & Brother, of Chicago, yester
day commenced suit against Charles E.
Johnson and W. R. Terry for $515, the value
at two car loads of hard wood lumber
shipped here from Chicago last October. The
complainant charges that Johnson trans
ferred real estate to Terry, who is ' his book
keeper, and skipped out, and that plaintiffs
»sk that the transfer be set aside and a lien
declared upon the property for the amount
The city editor of the Journal, who is a
member of Company I, figures out the mat
ter of electing a major to the vacancy occas
ioned by the resignation of Major Naylor, as
follows: The question of who will succeed
Major Naylor was actively canvassed in mili
tary circles to-day. Col. Bend will, it is un
derstood, favor Capt. Wright solely because
he is a St. Paul man; of the thirty other votes
It is believed that the nine in St. Paul, an d
two of the three in Stillwater will go to
Wright, while the eighteen in Minneapolis,
Lilchfield, Fergus Falls, and Red Wing, and
one from Stillwater, it is believed will be
cast for Reeve. / \ r ; .'.:.
The council committee on roads and
bridges will meet on Monday to consider the
commissioner's reports in the matter of lay
ing out, opening and widening the following
named streets: Washington and Qulncy
streets northeast; Twenty-fourth street, from
Chicago avenue to Minnchaha avenue; also
the opening and extending of Mary Place to i
Thirteenth street; also to consider the pro
posed change of grade on Seventeenth street,
at its intersection with Vine Place: and to
hear those interested in the change of grade
on Nicollet street, Nicollet island ; also the
opening of Three-and-a-Half avenue south,
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth
F. Donohue was arraigned in the muni
cipal court on Friday, charged with drunk
enness. He pleaded not guilty and the trial
was continued until yesterday for trial. Fail
ing to appear, a bench warrant was issued
for his apprehension. The warrant was
placed in Officer Wm. Daly's hands and he
arrested Donahue at his home in North Min
neapolis, arriving as far as Fourth avenue
north, the prisoner fell in a fit and Daly sup
posed him dead. The patrol wagon was
summoned and the man taken back home.
A lew hours later he was seen to visit his old
haunts and imbibe as usual, immoderate
quantities of bug juice. Daly says he don't
want to serve any more bench warrants.
Geo. H. Reynolds, attorney, of Alexandria,
was in the city yesterday.
A. C. Brown arid A. J. Elkins, prominent
citizens of Fergus Falls, registered at the
Nicollet yesterday.
J. W. Farresb, of London, England, is at
the Clark.
A. W. Bradley, of Duluth, is in the city.
G. W. Whitney, of Lansing, lowa, is the
guest of D. D. Whitney, his son.
Francis Murphy is at the West.
The Secretary Instructed to l'urnish the
Auditor with an Estimate of the Amount
of Funds Xceded.
The weekly meeting of the board of park
commissioners was held yesterday afternoon.
A communication was received from James
Cullen and Bridget Ryan, of the East side,
protesting against the board taking further
proceedings in the matter of condemning
lands for the East side boulevard, and the
same were placed on file without action.
. A resolution was adopted instructing the
secretary to transmit to the county auditor a
compiled statement of the amount of money
which will be needed in payment of the in
terest accrued on bonds and also for con
templated improvements during the ensuing
year, as follows :
For the payment of interest on bonds,
$25,000; for the purchase of lands and im
provements, $27,000, making a total of
The resolution was supplemented by
a report , exhibiting the fact that
the taxable property in the city for ISB4 is
$74,300,182, and that a tax of one mill upon
each dollar would union nt to $74,300 ; seven
tenths of a mill, $52,010; and one-half of a
mill, 187,180.
The matter of the Hcnnepin avenue boul
evard was again brought up, and the attor
ney was directed to examine the respective
titles to lands acquired and to procure the
deeds of lands to be donated according to
agreements by the property owners along the
Objections to the above mentioned boule
vard were Bled by Messrs. Suunders and
Kinkin, but no attention was paid to the in
In the matter of the Sixth ward park, the
committee on finance was instructed to
make provisions for the "payment for the
awards due from the $G5,000 bonds. '
After attending, to a few matters of
finance and discussing various projects in
an informal way the board stood adjourned
for one week.
.1 Runaway Wife Strain All Jlrr Husband's
Diamond*, Jctrelm ami .Hone .
When Prof. Dexter returned to Minneap
olis from his winter's tour in Washington
and New York, he brought with him a re
markably handsome and stylish woman,
whom he bad married in Washington. On
Friday night the wife suddenly disappeared,
and yesterday the professor was dumbfounded
at discovering that she had robbed him of all
bis none] and diamonds. Whether or not
it is a case of elopement is not known, nor
ore the whereabouts of the wife, but is prob
able the detectives will ascertain.
The reporter called upon Prof. Dexter and
found him indisposed, and almost broken
hearted. At first he was not disposed to
talk of the unpleasant alTair.but finally threw
aside ills reticence enough to explain that
the young lady had called upon him in
Washington for treatment for consumption.
He treated her until health was restored and
being smitten' by her uncommon beauty
woed and won her. She was
of poor parentage, and he
dressed her lavishly. Even since arriving
in Minneapolis he presented her with a
1008 .sea! skin 1 sacque, and other wearing ap
parel of great value. As to the manner in
which the theft was accomplished, the vic
tim says his wife called at his office in the
evening and asked for money, which he
gave her. In doing so he dropped his key,
he thinks, upon the floor and it was picked
up by her. He then stepped into an ad
joining room to attend a patient, when the
wife rifled his trunks.
"Cleanline*.* i* SrJ-t to Godliness"— "Glad
tiding* of it rent Joy"— Jim Sfeagher Still
a Minneapolis Business Jinn, and he tcill
Wash Shirts at a Shilling Each.
The old patrons of the Minneapolis steam
laundry owned ami operated by the Meagher
Bros., will be glad to learn that champion
iaundryman, J. O. F. Meagher is now fitting j
up a new steam laundry with the latest I
improved machinery and fixtures.
Like.Banqao's ghost. Jim won't down, and
ho "bobs up serenely" again as one of our
leading business men. His new establish
ment will be centrally located, and Jim will
be in the office to attend to the wants of his
enstomers personally. He has attained a
reputation during his five years' successful
business career in this city, as the most
genial, pleasant and accommodating as well
las the most skilled laundry manager
in the northwest. He is having con
structed a handsome and novel delivery
wagons and, as of old, packages will be
called for and delivered in all parts of the
city. Every department will be systematic
and complete in each detail. It has not been
very generally known that Jim had sold out
the old establishment, but it Is a fact nev
ertheless. Jim wanted new machinery and
he has got it
Killed by the Cars.
The body of a man about thirty -five years
old was found about 10 o'clock on the Min
neapolis & St. Louis toad, near the Western
| avenue bridge, nearly cut in two by the cars.
j Papers en his person indicate that his name
jis T. J. Farner, of Kilkenny. A railroad
I cni;>!o;.c states that he saw- the deceased
drunk la the ' Manitoba yard about an hour
before the body was discovered by train No.
IS. The coroner has been notified.
District Court.
Gillispie & Harper vs. Bliss & Elliot; ac
tion to recover $4,223.50 on a promissory
John A. Solger vs. Flett Bros. action to
recover $134.59 for goods sold.
J. F. Smith vs. D wight R. Higbce; action
to recover 1,000 for breach of covenant.
John Walstrom vs. George McMullen ; ac
tion to recover $2,000 for personal injuries
resulting from defendant's carelessness.
Rennah A. Wells, et al., vs. Charles £.
Johnson, et al. ; action to set aside a trans
fer of real estate.
A. L. Sump vs. Egan & Suiter, defend
ants; Sixth Avenue North Extension and
Improvement association, garnishee; action
for garnishment.
John E. Bodley vs. Lizzie Bodley; action
for divorce.
Merchants' & Manufacturers' National
bank, of Detroit, Mich., vs. Fred E. Russell,
Patnode & Co. ; action to recover $432 on a
draft endorsed by the defendants.
Lockwopd, Upton & Co. vs. Melaney,
Kyle & Co. ; action to recover $145.92 for
A. Hirsheimer vs. Zurick & Rigby;
amount, $237.90.
Falentine Blatz vs. Francis E. Schneck:
amount, $17,215.
O. F. Sommers vs. Langdon, Shepherd &
Co., garnishee, Dougherty & Johnson, de
fendants; amount, $194.26.
C. 11. Lindsley vs. Dougherty & Johnson,
degendants, Langdon, Shepherd & Co., gar
nishee; amount, $195.20.
Adalaide Cessna, administrator of John
M. Cessna, vs. Dougherty & Johnson, defen
dants, Langdon, Shepherd & Co., garnishee;
amount, $224.34.
A. Hirsheimer vs. Zwick & Rigley, defen
dants, D. M. Osborn & Co., garnishee;
amount, $240.88.
(Before Judges Young, Lochren and Koon.)
In re petition of John Roberts et ux for
adoption and change of name of Nellie
O'Conner; order for adoption made..
In re petition of Chas. Miller et ux for the
adoption and change of name of Mary
O'Conner; order for adoption made.
Steele, Forman & Ford vs. Taylor, Matti
son A: Co., defendants, W. H. Graff, gar
uisbee; continued one week.
Elizabeth Alexander vs. Daniel Alexander;
defendant to serve brief on plaintiff's at
torney by Wednesday, October 1.
John P. Hodge vs." Edgar A. Twitchell et
al. ; stricken from the calendar.
F. J. Mackey et al. vs. E. A. Harmon et
al. ; motion for new trial denied.
Daniel Segers vs. Ida Scgcrs; continued
two weeks.
Leona Johnson vs. Thos. B. Johnson; di
vorce granted.
Emma Jane Merrick vs. Henry Clay Mer
rick; divorce granted.
In re insolvency of Wm. Alsip & Co. ; to
be heard September 29.
The Security Bank vs. S. N. Bell; stricken
from the calendar.
In re receiver of estate of Wm. L. Cham
berlin; receiver granted final discharge.
In re appeal frow award of park commis
sioners of Katie Case et al. ; continued one
Joseph M. Griffith vs. D. C. Heylman ;
motion of defendants denied.
Carpenter,' Niskern & Carpenter vs. J. H.
Kernel* & Co; continued one week.
Samuel Hill vs. the City of Minneapolis;
stricken from the callender.
Fred Meinke vs. Wm. P. Alsiparal; to be
heard Sept 29.
Elina Torgerson vs. Tagar Torgerson ; con
tinued one week.
In re assignment of Lindberg & Blext;
continued to Sept. 29.
Knox & Dorman vs. L. L. Lowry, defend
ant. M. P. Huyne, garnishee; referred to
clerk to take disclosure of gariiisbee.
In re application of Win. C Putnam et al.
for adoption, etc. ; continued one week.
Gabriel Spcnsc vs. P. 11. Turner; demur
rer sustained without costs, plaintiff leave to
amend within twenty days.
S. A. Thompson vs. John Leonard; con
tinued four weeks.
F. J. lloran vs. John A. Sessions; con
tinued one week.
In re application of Sophie Larson, guar
dian of Larson miuorers for leave to consent
to partition of real estate; heard and order
John F. Green vs. O'Brien Bros. ; judg
ment for plaintiff.
John Henderson vs. O'Brien Bros.; judg
ment for plaintiff.
Kate Grotjan vs. Charles Grotjan; con
tinued-two weeks.
Lucy K. Barnett vs. The St. Anthony
Water Power company; for Judge Young.
In re, petition of Melvln B. Bryant and
wife for adoption ; continued four weeks.
Fredericka Herre vs. Gottlieb Herre; order
to show cause discharge.
Herman Voght vs. Amanda Robinson et
al. ; continued one week.
In re, assignment of J. D. Mahoney & Co.
to Felix Trainer; final discharge of assignee
Jonas F. Brown vs. 11. A. C. Thompson;
final decree in foreclosure made.
I 'robot Court.
[Before Judge Ueland. |
E&tafe of Helnrich Dothagc; inventory
filed and allowed; order for creditors to pre
sent claims made.
Estate of Elisha H. Day; petition, for dis
tributlou filed: hearing Oct. 20.
Iv re, guardianship of Frank L. Walsh;
letters issued to Mary A. Walfch.
Iv re, insanity of A. A. McKenzic; ex
atniued and discharged.
A Notable Anniversary.
The social event of the week among our
German citizens, was the celebration of the
forty-second birthday anniversary of J. N.
Printer, the popular merchant tailor, on
Friday evening. Mr. Priester is a member
of the Harmoniaand other German organi
zations, and on Friday evening he invited
the members of the societies to a reception
at Paul's Place, 203 Nicollet avenue. While
Paul has not the wealth of Tony Faust, of
St. Louis, and has not so elaborate an es
tablishment, he is a popular young caterer
and knows just exactly what to do to
make it exceedingly pleasant for those who
give receptions at his place. It was a happy
gathering. The long table extended the en
tire length of the hall, and was well loaded
with a diversified cold lunch, and wines and
cigars were served. Prof. Danz's orchestra
furnished the music. At the head of the
table sat Max Herscbfeld, who wad made
chairman for the occasion : at his right sat
Prof. Stem pf, the director of the Harnionia
Singing society, while Mr. Priestsr was sta
tioned midway down the room. The
toasts were all in the German tongue, and
0. Rapp, of Dtr Herald, officiated as toast
master. The toasts were happily responded
to by Prof. Stempf, B. Bachner. Max Heiscb
field. O. Pfund, Albert Seidler, C. Seeman,
Phillip Ludwlg and others.
The presents given Mr. Prie&terwere novel
if not expensive. One was an iron safe
with a combination lock, the whole weighing
one and one-fourth pounds, presented by
Paul Scbinedeman, and was sent during the
afternoon to Mr. P. ** store in a large dray
wagon, with six big, muscular men, and
blocks and tackle to handle it. The safe
caused a deal of merriment.
The party did not break up until the wee
ma' hours, and all participants west home
wishing that Mr. P. would have anniversar
ies more often than once a year.
The Comit/Mr.
The feature of the entertainment at the
vaudeville the past week has been the black
face doable turn by Messrs. Hall and Hoej.
They are minstrels "away up in their busi
ness.*' a? the phrase goes. They are acro
bats and tumblers hard to beat, as well as
good vocalists, and their puns savor of new
ness. Miss Mable Hamilton is a serio comic
worthy of notice, and Ed. Kennedy is an ex
cellent comedian.
This week will be introduced Miss Lizzie
Snelton In Irish songs and dances, Miss
Irene Sommers, a scrio comiqne, the "King
Bees,? Ed. Barry and Frank Bryant,' a song
and dance team. They will be supported by
all the favorites of last week.
Bartley Campbell's original ' 'White Slave"
company will appear the St. Paul Grand,
commencing October 9.
The Globe ha* established a permanent office
in the city of Stillwater, in charge of Mr. Peter
Begg, who takes the management of the business
interests of the paper, its city circulation, cor
respondence, etc Communications of local news
and all matter for publication may be left at the
Stillwater Globb office, 110 Main street. Excel
sior block, up stairs, or may be addressed to
Peter Begg, P. O. box 1034, and will receive
prompt attention.
Stillwater Not**.
Fred Warde in "Damon and Pythias" at
the Grand Opera house to-morrow evening.
There was nothing at the municipal court
yesterday morning, and so his honor went
off hunting.
The bridge toll receipts for the past week
amount to $178.80, which is very good con
sidering the times.
The steamer Netta Durant arrived at a late
hour last evening. She will leave with a
raft for the south to-day.
The steamer Evansville arrived yesterday
morning and left in the afternoon with a
raft of logs to Rock Island.
The box office in the Grand Opera house
opens at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning for
Frederick Warde's engagement.
Seuator Sabin has returned from Chicago,
and from his smiling face we guess that
everything is going on all right. Time will
The water is at a stand again, and no
doubt the rain of Friday night will Increase
the streams again, so we may expect the lake
to rise.
Knapp. Stout & Co. bought 200,000 feet of
logs from Freeman & Downs yesterday, in
addition to tUe 1,000,000 feet they bought
of David Bronson.
Mr. W. W. Folsom, who is dangerously ill
at Taylors Falls, is a cooain of. W. H. C. Fol
som, the old settler. We mixed their names
in yesterday's issue.
Messrs. Fisher, general superintendent,
and Copeland, train muster, of the Duluth
read were over this week from St. Paul.
They found everything in the best of order.
Mellin will have no wore runaways, as he
has got one horse now that won't run. He
got just so tired of the old team, as they wt-re
determined to keep up their reputation as
The steamer Ida Fulton left yesterday
morning with twelve strings of lumber from
the C. N. Nelson Lumber company, and five
brings from Gillespie & Harper, all ior
And still they come, because our schools
are attracting outside parties, the latest ar
rival being Mis* .losie Murray, a neice of
Mrs. Samuel Mathews. She come 6 from
Dubuque, la.
David Bronson sold, yesterday, to Knapp,
Stout &, Co., of Dubuque, one million feet
of logs, and to H. B. Howe, of Red Wing,
500,000 feet. We consider this good sales,
as the price was very fair.
Milton and Dollie Nobles will be here on
Wednesday evening. Milton Is a Stillwater
boy, and has made a name for himself in
the theatrical world. As they have been
here before our citizens know they give a
first class performance.
Keeper McKusick yestreday put two of his
tramps that he has been feeding on bread
and water at work with a lawn mower, and
the city hall ground looks well after the
work. He kept a sharp watch over them
while they were at work.
Azilda Beaudry was yesterday received at
the state prison from the sheriff of Marshall
county. She has bjen sentenced for life for
the murder of her husband. Her paramour
was sentenced for life a year ago,so they will
not be likely to meet again.
The Washington County Agricultural so
ciety will pay their premiums and bills as
soon as they receive a statement from the
treasurer, Jag. Sturtevanl, who is now in
Jamestown, Dak., having been appointed re
ceiver of the First National bank of that
Tee work of laying the cedar pavement on
the street from the entrance south of the
main entrance in progressing. Deputy War
den Hall did most of the work under the
gate. He appears to turn bis hand to every
thing and sees that the prisoners do the work
Mr. J. N. Castle left last evening with bis
three dogs on a duck hunting expedition to
Appleton. He thinks that if there arc any
ducks in that region he will have his share.
No doubt if he shoots them he will get them,
as he has as good dogs with him as can be
procured anywhere.
We are pleased to announce that the In
imitable Joe Jefferson will present the play
of "Rip Van Winkle" to our citizens on
Monday evening, Oct. G. This will break off
the chartering of a train to go to Minneapo
lis on Wednesday evening next to hear him.
He will have a full house and no mistake.
Mr. John Cover, who returned home from
Arizona on account of his father's death, was
yesterday renewing old acquain tan ships
around the court house, he having been for
some time in the auditor's office. His stay
will be short, as ho is compelled to return to
Arizona to get his business arranged there.
Quite a number of prominent lumber and
log dealers have been in the city the past
couple of days, among whom we observed
Mr. Weyerhauser. of Rock Island, president
of the Mississippi Log and Boom company.,
L. S. Norton, of Layard, Norton & Co., and
R. Mcßurnie, of Winona; H. B. Howe, of
Red. Wing, and R. B. Squires, of Minne
. A letter has just been received from Mr.
A. H. Andres, formerly clerk In the St. Paul
& Duiuth railroad office here. He says he
likes Texas much, and is pleased with the
berth he has got on the Fort Worth «fc Den
ver road, thanks to the kind recommenda
tions he received from the officers of the road
here. His many friends will be pleased to
bear of bis success.
Last evening was the fifteenth anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conrad, and although
Con bad not got borne from hi* trip wes,t a
number of their friends and relations con
gregated at their residence on Wilkins street
and extended their congratulations to Mrs.
Conrad. They received a hearty welcome,
and such a one as Mrs. Conrad knows bow
to cive. May they and their friends meet In
many such gatherings. -
Tbe public library was yesterday thronged ■
with those getting reading matter, and Mr.
Treat was kept busy writing tbe numbers of j
the books taken out. Tbe 'election of light
literature is good, none of tbe trashy sort be
ing allowed. Many more sbeuld avail them
selves of the valuable works to be found
there and stop reading many of fbe ques- ;
tionable works so easily got now-a-days.
Tbe meeting of the officers and members
of the Young Men's Christian association
did not come off on Friday evening on ac
count of tbe heavy rain storm, but a meeting
will be held at an early date. It is hoped !
that when it is called there will be a full at
tendance as matters of vital importance to .
the association will be considered. But those I
who wish to give aid need not wait for the
meeting. The ladies are doing nobly, and
it is hoped the gentlemen will do their duty
also. i
The attractions at the Boiler Skating rink,
commencing on Monday, are. much greater
than many suppose. Mr. A. F. Smith will j
appear, and give some of bis comic character
•katinsr, which baa attracted such crowds at
the Casino rink in Chicago. He will also be
present on Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings. A gentleman from Chicago, who has
seen him there often, and who was here on
business which he finished last evening,
says be will stopover until Monday night to
nee him again, as he wishes to bare a good,
hearty laugh. He says be is immense.
Yesterday Sheriff Holcombe was enabled
to make a good . day fee is serving sum
monses on all members of tbe boat club,
H*r»ftv. Real* * Brawn baTinsr aned them for
the value of the lumber used to hiiild the
boathouse. Some few are badly scared.
Some of the members are out of the country,
which will make the amount come heavier
on those who are here. It is rumored that
an offer has been received for the building, a
good figure being offered. The claim is not
a very heavy one, and if the members all
chip in they will not feel the drain much.
There has been a misunderstanding in
reference to the appearance of Frederick
Warde here. A letter which he sent was de
layed, and there was uncertainty about the
date. However, he will be here on Monday
evening the 29 inst., when he will present
"Damon and Pythias," in which he excels.
It is no fault of either Mr. Warde or any one
here that there has been any delay in the
getting up of the posters. Those who have
read the Gloke notioe of the entertainments
given by him in St. Paul the past week, will
know that there is a treat in store for them
to-morrow evening.
Another narrow escape yesterday, besides
the one in the morning. In the afternoon a
pile of wood, some twenty feet in height,
belonging to Joseph Wolf, and built up be-
Side his residence part at the brewery, fell
endwise of the pile on to the sidewalk and
street. A Mrs. Quißn was passing at the
time, and she picked up a little child that was
nearly under the fulling wood, and both had
a narrow escape. Mrs. Butts, wife of Post
master Butts, was driving past in a buggy
with her little child, when the noise caused
the horse to bolt, and having to hold both
child and horse, she was much frightened
lest they might be thrown out. She managed
the horse splendidly, and nothing wus broken.
Mr. Wolf had a force of men at work getting
the wood in position, and from the way they
arc now doing the work, it will be perfectly
Yesterday Warden Reed got moved into
his old premises in the state prison, and very
comfortable quarters they are. The office is
well fitted up with plenty of light and ven
tilation. The walls are a pure, white finish,
and the ceiling is perfectly plain with a gas
burner in the center. The room is not fully
furnished yet, but when everything is in, it
will be most complete. The inspector's
room is a handsome one, having an excell
ent carpet and furniture. The sofa and
chairs are leather finished, yet there is no
extravagance in any part. There is no sur
plus, every article being needed.. Every
part destroyed by fire will be fully renewed
in a few days, and the changes made are a
great improvement on the former building.
It may now be said to be fireproof. The san
itary changes are most marked, and the sew
erage made perfect.
An accident, which might have terminated
fatally, occurred yesterday morning at the
earth pit near the billboard on Myrtle street.
It appears that Richard button, Wffl. O'Brien
and a Swede named Tolback were at work
getting out earth to put on the broken stone
just put on Myrtle, between Second and
Third streets, when some fifteen' or twenty
tons of the earth fell, caused by tunneling
and the rains of the previous evening.
O'Brien and Tolback threw down their tools,
narrowly escaping, but Sutton was not so
fortunate, as he was eaugbt by the falling
mass, and buried up to his neck. The men
got to his rescue a« soon as possible, but the
tools being under the earth, it took them
some time to get him out. Sutton had a ter
rible squeeze, but it is not thought that any
of his bones are broken or that he is inter
nally injured. He was 6ent to his home, a
short distance from where the accident hap
peDed, in a carriage. Yesterday afternoon
he was doing well. The men that escaped
were badly frightened.
There- i 9 a matter that is agitating the
public mind, and that is, more school ac
commodations. The schools are crowded,
so much so, that the time in several of the
departments has to be divided, different
classes attending at different hours. The
only remedy we can see, is to have another
building erected, and that building should be
for the High school. Should that be done, it
would give five more rooms iv the High
school building. The High school should be
in a building separate from the Grammar
and Public schools, as their hours are differ
ent, and they leave at an earlier hour than
the others. If the old court house lot could
be secured, it would be a very central one.
It is certain that more school room must be
secured, and the building of a High school is
required. At present the pupils in the High
school have to ascend and descend sixty-five
steps each time they attend the classes of
the science master, and such climbing is be
ginning to tell on those who attend. This is
a subject worthy of consideration, and we
have no doubt our school board will be able
to grapple with it successfully. The High
school should have a four roomed building,
and then the class rooms will be convenient
to each other.
The Church?*.
First Presbyterian church, corner of Myr
tle and Third streets. Services at 10:30 a.
ra. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Rev. Dr.
Carroll. Sabbath school at 12 m. On
Wednesday evening at 7:30 the prayer
meeting and lecture. The fourth lecture in
second course on the Pilgrim's progress.
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran church. Rev.
A. F. Tornell pastor. Services at 10:30 a.
ni. and Bp. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at S p. m.
First Baptist church, corner Fourth and
Pine streets. Preaching at 10:30 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class
at 12 m.
First Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. I.
McClary pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at noon.
Grace Congregational church, corner of
Laurel and Fifth streets, Rev. Geo. S. Rlcker
pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:20 p.
m. Seats free.
Ascension church (Episcopal), Rev. Theo.
S. Brooks pastor. Services at 10:30 a.m.
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at Loon.
Maine ami i.iujan Club.
Last evening the ball began, and the first
shot of the campaign tired, as Mr. J. O'Dou
ovan Rosso, of Sioux City, lowa, son of the
noted O'Donovan Rossa, of dynamite fame.
The music- hall was about half filled, many of
the audience being Democrats dyed in the
wool. On the platform were President
Searles, of the Biaine and Logan club, Dr.
Donald, Postmaster Butts, and others. The
StiUwater brass band was in attendance, and
at the opening they played several lively
airs on the street to wake up enthusiasm.
President Searles introduced the speaker,
who was received with applause, and who at
once entered upon his subject. He began
with the protection plank of the Republican
platform, and of the revenue for carrying on
the government by the Democrats. The
speech was throughout a rehearsal of the
speeches so far delivered by the different Re
publican speakers throughout the country,
and few new points were brought out. There
was not much enthusiasm, but no doubt it
will increase the campaign proceeds.
BOARDERS can find a good home and excel-
L lent fare at 410 Cherry street. Cha«. H.
Koades. ]w
TO RENT A house of seven rooms, on
South First street. Apply to W. S. Conrad.
TT upright boiler, size about 3r<s feet, rnnst
be in good order and ready for use. Ad<lr<-««,
Union Bridge Co.. Slillwater. 272-73
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; tec; by man. SOc Tbe gtsats.4 pat np In yelloir
wrappers and msaofactared ouly by Joa. B. HoCUa.
tiraggUt s=.£ dealer* In all rtndi of Patent Medicines,
Boot*. Eerba, Liquor*, Paint* Oils, VinrlihM
Brcaae*. etc MlamsapolU visa.
WHITE BEAii. .^^P^jJl^feiaE'^ I^*
Minneapolis Advertisements.
919,881, 883 First At*. South.
W. W . BROWN .Manager
JAMES WHEELER. . .Business & Stage Manager
WEEK OF SEPT. 29th, 1884.
Miss Lizzie Shelton, Miss Irene Sommers, the
"King Bees," Kin? Kennedy & King Bryant,
Hall and Hoey, K.I C. Kennedy and Miss
Blanche Leslie, Mies Mable Hamilton, Miss
De«ine Penco, Sam Yager. Eva Ross, Lottie
Laviere, and the Regular Stock Company.
Matinees Thursday and Saturday afternoon at
t Prof. Dexter,
Late of Washington. D. C.
Now located at 411 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis,
Minn. Send for Magnetic Journal, mailed free
to any address, containing names of hundreds
cared, including testimonials from people of
highest national reputation. Consultation free.
Every bottle warranted to cure hard corns,
soft corns, bunions, warts, callouses, moles, etc.,
without pain. Sold by all druggists at 50c per
CROSMAN & PLTJMMER, druggists, Minne
apolis, originators., sole manufacturers and pro
prietors of the only genuine Leibig's Corn
Remover in America. Look out for frauds.
MEDICAL. ~ ~~ ~
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Treat all Chronic, Nervous Diseases of
Men and Women.
Is well known as the founder of the Montrea
(C. E.) Medical Institute, and having given
his entire attention for the past twenty years to
the treatment of chronic and special diseases in
cident to both sexes, his success has produced
astonishing results. . By his method of treat
ment, the suffering are fully restored to original
health. lie would call the attention of the
afflicted to the fact of his long-standing and
well-earned reputation, as a sufficient assurance
of his skill and success. Thousands who have
been under his treatment have felt and expressed
emotions of gratitude welling up from hearts
touched for the first time by the silken chord
that whispers of returning health.
Those suffering from Catarrh or Bronchitis,
can be assured of a perfect cure by his new
method of treatment.
DR. SPINNEY can detect the slightest dis
ease of the Chest, Lungs or any internal organ,
and guarantees a cure in every caso ho under
It matters not what your troubles may be,
come and let the Doctor examine your case. I?
will tell you that ; for he will not undertake
a case unless he is confident of affecting a cure.
It will cost you nothing for consultation; so please
call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor
understands your case.
Who may be Buffering from nervous debility
will do well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering
- humanity.
Dr. SPINNEY will Guarantee to Forfeit
Five Hundred Dollars for every case of weak
ness or disease of any kind or character, which
he undertakes and fails to x cure. HeCwould
theieforc say to the unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you are treading on
dangerous ground, : when you longer delay in
reeking the proper remedy for your complaint.
You may be in the first stage — remember that
you are approachiug the last. If you are border
ing on the last, and are suffering some or all of
its ill effects, remember that if you obstinately
presist in procrastination, the time must come
when the most skillful physician can render you
no assistance ; when the door of hope will be
closed against you; when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In no case has the doctor failed
of success. Then let not despair work itself
upon your Imagination, but avail yourself of the
beneficial results of his treatment before your
case is beyond the reach of medical tthill, or be
fore grim death hurries yon to a premature grave,
rile* Cured without lining KniJoor I.i^;it.ir
There are many at the age from thirty to sixty
who arc troubled with frequent evacuations of
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning sensation and weakening
the system in a manner the patient cannot ac
count for. On examining the urinary deposits
» lopy sediment will often be found, and some
times small particles of albumen will appear, or
the color will be of a thin, or milkish hue, again
changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this difficulty,
Ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage
of weakness of vital organs. Dr. S. will guarantee
a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy
restoration of these organs.
Only one interview required in the majority of
cases. Balance of treatment can be taken at
home without any interruption to business. .' -' " •
All letters or communications strictly confi
dential. Medicines packed so as not to excite
curiosity, am! sent by express, if full description
of case is given, but a personal interview in all
cafes preferred.
Office Hocks — 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 toS
p. m. Sunday, 9tolo a. m. only. Consultation
Flail, ETC.
Wholesale Dealers in
Northwestern Agents for the Mammoth Celery.
214 & 216 Fikst Avekue South, Minneapolis
100 Washington Aye. Sou li,
(Under Northwestern National Bank.)
Real Estate,
' ilcketp soid to and from all Foreign ports,
also drafts on all the principal cities of Europe.
Lands for sale or exchange in Wisconsin, Mm:
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incorporated July 1, 1679, ad a benevolent organ!
zation in the state of lowa, for furnishing life
protection to bankers, merchants and professional
men of the Northwest.
Aiming to provide a eonnd security for the
payment of its certificates of membership at the
: lowest possible coat, and managed in the interest
of its members.
Experience has demonstrated tbe full accom-
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ing men, aiming to provide against ctmtingencie*
for the protection of their families, its features
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We ebali be pleased to correspond or call on
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Experienced solicitors and local agents, who
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* 114 Washington ATenue South,
, 257 Minneapolis, Minn.
Assessment for Grading anil Guttering
Farrington Avenue. ■']
Office or the Board or Public Works) ■; I
City op St. Paul. Minn., Sept. 26, 1834. \
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will
meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m., on the
&th day of October, A. 1884, to make an as*
sessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising
from the grading and guttering of Farringtoa
avenue from Dayton avenue to Como avenue ia
»aid city, on the property on the line of said
improvement and benefited thereby.amounting ia
the aggregate to $5,405.15.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment and will be heard.
Official :
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Work§.
Assessment For Sewer on Fonith
City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 20, 1884. f
The Board of Public Works in and for the Cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will
meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m. on the
6th day of October, A. D. 1884, to make an as
sessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising
from the construction of a sewer on Fourth
(4th) street, from St. Peter street to Wabashaw
street in said city, on the property on the line of
paid sewer and benefited thereby, amounting ill
the aggregate to $568.00.
All persons interested are hereby notified to ba
present at said time and place of making said as
sessment and will be heard.
K. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Work*.
Assessment for Paying Fifth Street. '
Office of the Board of Public Works, >
City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 26, 1884. f
The Board of Public Works, in and for the
corporation of the City ot St. Paul, Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m.,
on the Oth day of October, A. D. 1881, to make
an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the paving
and curbing of Fifth (sth) street, from St. Peter
street to Third (3rd) street in said city, on tho
property on the line of said improvement, and
benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to
$20,934.55. v
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of making
K.L.Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Assessment for Grading Alley Tirol
Block One, Elfelt, Bernlieimer &
Arnold's Addition to St.
Office op the Board op Public Works, \
City op St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 20, 1884. v
The Board of Public Vt*|jrks in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will
meet at their office in said city at 2 p.m. on the
6th day of October, A. D. 1884, to make an as
sessment of benefits, costs and expenses, arising
from the grading of an alley through block one
(1), Elfelt, Bernheimer & Arnold's addition, in.
said city, on the property on the line of said
grading and benefited thereby amounting in the
aggregate to $193.55.
All person? interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of making said
assessment and will be heard.
\.■ JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
K. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Worki.
Assessment for Sewer on Temperance
Office of THE Board OP PUBLIC WORKS, >
City op St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 26, 1884. J
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will
incut at their office in said city at 2 p. in. on the
Uthday of October, A. 1)., 1884, to make an as
sessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising;
from the construction of a sewer on Temper
ance street, from Eighth (Bth) street to Ninth,
(Oth) street, in said city on the property on the
line of said sewer and benefited thereby amount
log in the aggregate to $040.45.
All persons interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said as
sessment and will be heard.
R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works.*
Assessment for Sewer on S^nmit Aye
Office op tiie Board of Public Works, )
City op St.Paul, .Minn., Sept. 20, 1884. J
The Board of Public Works in ami for the cor-,
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, willj
meet at their office in tjaid city, at 2 p. m. on the
: 6th day of October, A. D. 1884, to make an as
sessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising
I from the construction of a sewer on Summit
i avenue, from SI. Peter street to Wabashaw
; street, in *:iiil city, on the property on the lino
of said sewer and benefited thereby, amounting
in the aggregate to (885.80.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at eald time and place of making said
assessment, and will be heard
R. L. Gokman, Clerk Hoard of Public Workg,
Assessment For Grading OaMale Aye
Office op the Board op Public WrmKi }
City oj. 1 St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 25, 1884. f
The Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, will
meet at their office in said city at 2:00 p. m. on!
the Cth day of October, A. D. 1884. to make an'
intent of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the grading of Oakdale avenuo from
State street to the sooth city limits in the Sixth,
(Gth) ward of said city, on the property on the,
line of said grading. Also on lots 1, 2, 3, and
4, of block 3, all of blocks 2, 1, 6 and 5; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of block 4 ; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9. 10, 11, and 12, of block 9; all of
blocks 8, 7, 20 and 27; N % of W 21 % feet of
lotl;:N 'A of lot 2 and 2* y t of X 6h' feet
of lot 3of block 10; lot 1, of block 21; lots 1
and 2of block 22 ; lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, of block 28;
lot 3 of block 29; lota 1 and 2 of block 30; lots
14, 15 and 10 of Bryant and Minea's rearrange
ment of block 13; Lawton'* rearrangement of
block 10; Sbcffer & Martin's rearrangement of
part of block 16; William's rearrangement
of block 17; Paul Martin's rearrangement of
block 18 ; Lawton & Meyer's rearrangement of
block 25; all in Woodbury ix, Case's addition to
West St. Paul; E % of block 110; lota
4 and 5 of block 98; lot 1 of Lienau's sub
division of lots 1, 2 and 3of block 93, all in
Went St. Paul proper; west 150 feet (except
Bertha street) of block "B" of Bell's addition
to West St. Paul; all of blocks 35, 41, 42, 50, 51,
58,59,60,01, 67, 69, "A," "B," "C;" lota 3
and i, of block 63 : lots 3 and 4of block 66 ; West
Side Land and Cottage company's subdivision of
block 86; Smart's rearrangement of block 68,
all in Brown it, Jackson's addition to West St.
Paul: X >/ t of lot 1, Belvidere Park snbdiTiMon
of lot 3 ; lot Bof block 1 ; lot* 9 and 10 of block
2; lots 7,8. 9 and 10 of block 3 of Belvidere
Park ■'lib-division of lot 2, all in Bidwell's addi
tion to West St. Paul In the Sixth ward of Raid
city, and deemed benefited thereby, amounting
In th>: aggregate to 15,411.80.
All person? interested are hereby notified to be
present at said time and place of making said
assessment and will be heard.
All notices heretofore given have been an
■ nulled.
Official :
K. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works,
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Their coal is fresh from ' the mines and well
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A share of your patronage Is solicited.
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Coroor of Cedar.

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