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THE NEWS OF SATURDAY. What the Globe's Faber Wilders Found to Talk About Saturday in the Flour City. The Police Commission Discusses Burg- lars and Resolves to Increase the Force. Two or Three Divorce Cases— Many Matters Briefly Mentioned in Crisp Notes. MORE AVHITE HELMETS. Ihe Police Commission Acts Upon "The Situation." The gentlemen who by the grace of an act of the recent legislature and the connivence of the Republican city coun cil, who have usurped the power of the chief executive of the city of Minneapo lis, met yesterday afternoon and held a consultation upon "the situation," the situation being the startling number of burglaries, robberies and similar crimes, and contrasted with the arrests of the perpetrators made by the police depart ment, It was decided to increase the police department from 103 to 200, and the following appointments of patrol men were forthwith ma.de: Robert Wilson, E. Whitney, M. D. Elliot, Peter Fox, A. I). Johnson, C. A. Warner, Michael fronan, Levi Gorman, John Molem, James Hefferin, George Miller, P. W. Line haii. Thomas Kussell and Elijah Hasey. J. P. Brandt and J. G. Doyle were re instated on the force, and the latter was detailed for duty as inspector. MAKING IT PLEASANT. Burglars and Tramps Keep Up Making Their Nocturnal Visits. The residents of Hawthorne avenue, near Seventeenth street, had their little experience with burglars early yester day morning. Some one tried to get in to the house of B. C. Hurd, and the alarm being given there was an almost simultane ous appearance of white robed figures armed with revolvers and guns at tin windows of a half dozen residences. A dozen shots were fired, and the patrol wagon went tearing out there loaded with inspectors and patrolmen. When Serai. Nelson entered a yard to inquire the cause of the alarm, he was con fronted by a lady clad only in her night gown, who pointed a revolver at his head and shrieked out, "Halt. Are you a burglar or police?" Burglars attempted to break into John L. Gleason's house. 506 Twentieth avenue north, but were frightened away by Mr. Gleason. C. 11. Parker's residence, 4-25 Univer sity avenue was visited, but the bur glars left without securing any booty, Friday night Mrs. Ole Johnson, of 1826 Eighth street south, was awakened by a slight noise, and seeing a man standing near the bureau,began scream ing. The fellow left as soon as the fusilade began. H. F. Fisher reported at police head quarters yesterday that his horse was stolen from in front of Barges saloon. HARMLESS TRAMPS. The desperate character of the gangs of tramps which are allowed to hang around the outskirts of the city is hardly understood. The shooting of a young fellow named Davidson at Hopkins station recently gave an illustration of the character of some of these ragged, who look as though their only ambition was to beg "handouts.'" Davidson, with six other tramps, was put off the train, and as the train moved away a shot was fired from the rear car, which struck David son. Detective Austin was arrested upon suspicion of firing the shot, and in looking up the case the police found out that the six harmless appearing tramps were "Waupon Yerke," who just served a seven ment's sentence in the penitentiary. "Omaha Yorke," who has also served time. "Kicking .Tano," a Chicago all around thief, "Blinkey Eye" and the "Two Kids" Friday night Mounted Policeman Deveraux ran across a party up ugly fellows in North Minneapolis. and when he drew his revolver and or dered them to come with him there was such a showing of revolvers and knives ami ugly threats from the gang that he was glad to make his escape as soon as possible. Thursday night four tramps were put off the Kansas City express, on the Omaha road, at Cedar lake. As the train started up they fired a volley of stones at the brakemen and conductors. Windows were broken and one of the trainmen was injured. Detective Aus tin and the chief of police of Chaska yesterday arrested the gang at Chaska, and brought them to the city. ANOTHER VICTIM. John A. Johnson Is Cut to Pieces by the Cars. John A. Johnson, eighteen years of age, residing at the corner of Second street and Nineteenth avenue south, was run over by the cars at the Minne sota Transfer yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock, receiving injuries from which he died an hour later at St. Barnabas hospital. As near as can be learned he bad stepped aside to escape one train and was struck by another. He was horribly mangled, both legs and the right ami being cut off. The injured man was taken at once to the hospital, but did not rally from the shock. An inquest will be held to-day. LOST THE PASTEBOARDS. The Public Warned Against Buy- ing the Lost K. of li. Tickets. In a day or two some one with tin in sinuating smile will probably pot in an appearance upon the streets and en deavor to dispose of motor line tickets to the Knights of Labor picnic at Lake Harriet, Aug. 0, at greatly reduced rates. If you buy one you will be out just what you pay for it. as the motor company will not recognize them. And this is the reason why: The company had issued tickets for the oc casion and numbered them from V to 3*193 inclusive, and on Friday night sent them out to tin- Thirty-first Street junction to be stamped ready for use. The person having them in charge laid them down in one of the cars for a moment, and when he reached for them found them gone. The company has now Issued more tickets, and has num bered them from 4,000 to 8,000, and will refuse to recognize any numbered from 0 to 3,999. The company warns the pub lic to carefully inspect all tickets and see that they are numbered over 4,000. NOT A BURGLAR. This is Probably Why He Was Ar- rested— Police Notes. C. 11. Thompson, who says his home is In Grant county, was up in the munici pal court for attempting an assault upon Mrs. C. Miller, a middle-aged German lady who lives on Eighth street, near Fourth avenue southeast. She testified that he broke in through a wire screen. and. entering her room, assaulted her. She managed to resist him successfully -while her little boy ran out and sum moned Patrolman Watkins, who for tunately happened to be in the vicinity. Thompson wasline4 •*ir>- John fc'chenck, charged with selling liquor without a license waived exami nation and was held to the grand jury in 8300. IF. Allen, charged with embezzling too worth of goods from the Keystone Wringer Co., pleaded not guilty and his examination was set for Tuesday. There were the usual number of drunks and disorderlies, and a regiment of vagrants, but no burglars. Several cases »f driving over a sidewalk faster than a walk and leaving horses in the street unhitched .were disposed of. George Stickel. baker at 215 Washing ton avenue south, thought it hard he was lined $15 because his hishorse knocked down a little child which ran under its heels on the crosswalk at the corner of 'Wash- ington and Twelfth avenue south. The child was not injured, and he could not prevent the accident, he thought, but the judge didn't agree with him. James A. Temple, the attorney, ar- rested upon the complaint of Lizzie S. Brown, who charged him with embez zling 1300, was discharged, the court de- ciding that 110 case was made out against him by the state. " The Labor Picnic. Tuesday, August 9, the big labor pic- nic will be held at Lake Harriet, one of the prettiest of the many pretty places surrounding Minneapolis. The various committees having the matter in charge are rapidly completing their ar rangements, and the affair promises to be a decidedly pleasant one. There will be present prominent speakers from abroad, and a' number of local cc- lebrities will make addresses. The amusement committee is hard at work getting up a programme of unusual in- terest, lt will include games and con- tests of all kinds, and there will be prizes for each contest. Two large plat- forms will be erected on the grounds, and there will be dancing there as long as any one wishes to dance. Col. C. Mcßeeve has kindly given the . use of the grounds free of charge. The All-Feature Show. To-night the All-Feature show will ap- pear for the last time at the present lo- cation. Monday the tents will be pitched at the corner of Twelfth avenue and Third streets north. A splendid gymnastic and vaudeville entertain- ment will be given. The Japanese village will be the great feature at the dime museum during the coming week. On the stage the comedy, "The Wild West/ and Hall's vaudeville stars will be the attractions. COURT HOUSE NEWS. j Items From the Courts and the Various County Offices. Robinson & Mead have sued E. S. Sleight to recover 1500 for goods sold. The case of Mary Mctirorty vs. Will- iam Quale has been stricken from the calendar. Judge Hicks has taken the case of Geo. 11. Brown vs. J. K. O'Brien, under advisement. Monday morning the case of Hannah Devine vs. Marcus W. Lewis et al. will be heard. The suit of the Link Belt Machinery company vs. Bray A Robinson, has been dismissed . Disclosures were taken yesterday in the suit of the Chester Oil company vs. Bray iV Robinson. The Fales-Tidd trouble, given in the Globe a day or so ago, will be heard Monday morning. The by-laws of the Central Iron Mm ing company were filed yesterday by C. C. Josylyn, W. P. Bu-ll and others. In the case of T. M. Rohan vs. Fred- crick B. Bollin. a judgment was ren dered yesterday for the plaintiff. The old suit of W. B. Clark against J. S. Gillispie et al. to recover 95,000 0n notes, will be heard Monday morning. The report of the commissioners in the matter of opening and extending Twenty-fifth street has been confirmed. Articles incorporating Minneapolis Lodge No. 44. B. P. O. E.. were filed in the office of the register of deeds yester- day. John Oitandolpb and John Buckley have begun suits against Monroe 8. Irving to recover money alleged to be due for work done. In the suit of Amanda Ennis vs. Jo- seph 11. Ennis. an order has been made allowing Mrs. Ennis ?25 attorney fees and (3 per week alimony. In the suit of S. W. Heath against F. Wagner to recover $80.20 on a contract Judge Hicks filed a decision yesterday, finding for the plaintiff in the full amount. The suit of Aaron Roster vs. The Mut- tual Benefit Association of Minneapolis. and Frank 11. Forbes, garnishee, has been dismissed and the garnishee dis- charged. An order was made yesterday by Judge Lochren that a writ of certiorari he issued against the supervisors of the town of Bioomington in favor of George Edwards. The matter of the appointment of a receiver for Capt. Albert Schaefer, who left Minneapolis quite suddenly some weeks ago, has been continued until Tuesday morning. William Emeriek has been appointed guardian of Joseph Emeriek, who be- gins a suit against the Island Cracker company to recover damages for injuries received while working there. In the suit of Alex Brothers against Capt. Sidney Schrieber to recover $3,000 damages for slander, a motion to strike out part of the answer by Judge Hollins, attorney for . Brothers, was denied on the ground that it was too sweeping, but the court thought that there was much "trash" in the answer that should be cut out, and said that it came near bordering on impertinance. At the special term of court yesterday the following cases were continued: Mary J. Donnelly vs. William Don- nelly. K. Frankenthal vs. Sackett ft Wig'eins, Smith & Son vs. Francis Trepanier. .1. B. Yerxa vs. William Almour, Thomas F. Quinby vs. Minne apolis Tribune company, John M. Miller vs. AY. S. Ankeny, Bladow ft Gibbs vs. Charles S. Hazen et a!.. A. 11. Philbrookvs. Dyer Bros, and I*. P. Swensen, S. Dessau vs. E. B. Golding et al.. John E. Dorsch vs. F. Feldman, Cornilius Guire vs. Daniel Warren, I). M. Osborne & Co. vs. F. A. Stewart. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. One case of diphtheria and two cases of measles were reported yesterday. The Bethel Mission, on Central avenue, holds free service this afternoon. Some time next month the Sisters of Jo- seph will open a hospital in South Minne apolis. License inspector Kay says that only about half the billard and pool "rooms have taken out licenses. A horse, owned by John Peterson, register of deeds, was stolen from a pasture at Waco- nia. where Mr. Peterson's family are camp- ing. A small blaze over a saloon, near the cor- ncr of Third avenue south and Washington, damaged the building slightly yesterday aft- ernoon.. Monday evening there will he a meeting of Knights of Labor i". the Eighth ward at the ball on the corner of Stevens avenue and Lake street. Judge Hollins was unable to be present yesterday afternoon, in behalf of T. J. Kelly, and the proceedings in discovery before A. 11. Hall were adjourned until to-morrow. George W. Bruner sold ten acres on Thirty j fourth street and Twenty-first avenue south, for George A. Dustin et al. to Geergc W. Armstrong, of Green county, Illinois, for £25,000 cash. Otto C.Nelson died at St. Barnabas' hos pital yesterday, age twenty-one years. Fun- eral from the "residence of 'his brother, Otto E. Kelson, 711 Twenty-sixth avenue south, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The board of education held an executive session yesterday, but the committee on sup- plies was not ready to report. Warrants for £8.000 each were drawn to pay for the site of the Seward school, at the old fair ground, and for the triangular piece of ground at the Winthrop school. The following council committee meetings are called for next week: Monday, work- house, 10 a. m.: Ore, 1:30 p. m. "-Tuesday, police, waterworks and special committee on railroads at 2:30 p. ___ Wednesday, roads and bridges at 3 p. m. V. .1. Simmons, the crayon artist, who has recently removed to Minneapolis from Chi cago, has on exhibition at Zesbaugh & Bint- lilt's frame store, on First avenue south, a large crayon picture of the first meeting of Mary Stuart and Riccio. The picture has at- tracted a great deal of attention and is well worth y the high praise it has received. As a sample of free hand drawing it is certainly of superior excellence. Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday to John Wilkhelm and Anie E. Baurheimc; Jorgen Uolstad and Ingcborg Knntson; Jacob Moe and Jorjrfue Bosserud : Arthur N. Morris and Nellie Guile; George 8-Maybcw and Nellie F. Brown ; William Siefert and j IdaVogt; Henry a«d Carrie Chambers; Chauncyl>. Tnlntor and Ada M. Cooledge; Martin A. Locn and Ida Johnson; D. U. Maclean aud lua Kennedy. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Miss Evelyn Burt leaves Wednesday for a month's visit at Chicago and Peoria. 111. ST. Connollv, Jr.. and his sister have gone to spend a few weeks at Arbor Grove farm. WilKin county, on the lied river. At the St. James: ii. V. Brown, Duluth; j THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE:^SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 31, 1887.— TWENTY PAGES. Peter Coults. Grand Forks; C. D. narveyand wife, Stillwater; 11. D. Bliss, Salem. Wis. At the Windsor: .1. P. Adkins. Dcs Moines; Dr. J. E. Anderson, Indianapolis. Ind. ; J. C. White, Waseca; I". L. Schimpff and family, Peoria, 111. Willicm O. Strong, of Newberry. Mich., land commissioner of the Detroit. MackiniU) & Marquette railroad, accompanied by his wife and daughter Jennie, is at the West. DDave Thornton and A. J. Plummer, who manipulate the double elevator at the Boston block, have become familiar as two peas in a pod to the thousands who weekly travel up pud down the twrow gmige. , At Ac Ix jCuiiJii : C. 5. ?c'.oe, Fergus Falls; W. F. Harper, Stillwater: (J. B. Whipple, Faribault; G. O. Gray and wife, C. H.Charles and wife, Kan Claire: Arthur Lewis, Bis- marck : C. B. Penny and wife, Wahpeton ; E. A. Williams and wife, Oshkosh. ETFrank Bruce, formerly master mechanic of the Northern division of the St. Paul. Minne apolis & Manitoba railway, was presented with a handsome gold watch chain and charm by his former associates and employes of the Manitoba. Mrs. Bruce also received an ele gant gold ring. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce now re- side on South Ninth street. At the West : W. P. Dunnington. Redwood Full;-: Charles S. Henchman, wife and boy, Philadelphia; 11. P. Hubbell, Winona: G. W. and F. C. Van Dusen, Faribault: G. M. Hip- per and wife. Miss Mamie Stewart, Dcs Moines; A. 8. Barnes and wife, H.B. Barnes, New York: A. Lamb and wife. G.M.Curtis and wife, Clinton, lo. ; W. J. Holmes, Fergus Falls. MINNEAPOLIS REAL. ESTATE. The following real estate transfers were re- corded yesterday in the office of the register of deeds: Lt 1, blk 7, Fenant's First add; E Eich- horn to Jacob Heidelberger $1,800 Lt9, blk 7, Wolverton's add; A G Wil- cox to 1 > M Lord 3,600 Laud in Gramercy Park; Edward God- frey to The Doty Investment com- panv .* 30,000 Lt 1, blk P. Tattle's add; C M Bailey to EEEustis 6,000 Lt 1. Brcnnan, Gould & Denton's add; L W Denton to Louisa E D0ug1a5.... 5,000 Land in sec 24, town lis. range 22; Sarah A Barrett to The Chicago, Mil- waukee it St Paul Railway company. 1,580 Lts 11, is and 19, blk 4, Portland Park add: FW Brown to Andrew Mont- gomery ' 1,600 Lts 14 and 15, blk 21, Cottage City; J A Olson to c J Sjiwbridge 1,000 Lt 15, blk 3, Foster's add; Patrick Long to Man- Ann Long 1.900 Lt 7. blk 2, Halls add; L W Denton to LE Douglas 8,000 Lt 7. blk 6, Forest Heights; Henry Bot- tineau to Eugene D Case 2,150 Lts 7 and 8, blk 1, Stevens' add; L E Douglas to L W Dtyiton 13,000 Lt 12. Ink 4. At water's add; D Reagan to City of Minneapolis 7,200 Land in sec 32, town 20. range 24 ; John Kellough to A G Taylor 1 ,400 Lts 1. 2 and 3. t Ik 1. Williams' add; P P Swensen to Paul Hoffstad 1,500 Lt 15, blk 4. Fair Ground add; Elon G Holme- to C A Havden 1,300 Lts 1. 2, 3, blk 2, Baker's Second add: Bufus King to James H. Pottle 7,500 Lt 15, blk 1, Perm Avenue add; T Fitz- gerald to James II Ege 1,800 Lis i). 10, 11. blk 12, Prospect Park Sec- oud div: J II Bowman to W II Barber Supply and Exchange co 3,000 Lts 1. 2, 3 4. 6, 7, 8. 9. 15. 10. 14. Yar- nells Golden Valley outlots: J A Bowman to W 11 Barber Supply and Exchange co 27,000 Land in blk 11. Excelsior add; G It Cummingsto X A Cummings 4,500 Part Its 1, 2. 3, blk 2. Avon's Chicago Av.mue add; A Leek to L O Puppard. 2.2so Lts 12 and 13, blk 1. and Its 1 and 2, blk 8, Minnetonka View; T J Owens to A Tutfnell 1,500 Lt 7. blk 25. Dorman's First add: A C Pray to W H Barber Supply & Ex- change company 6,000 Lt 2. blk 3. Barbour's out lots; A Lud- wigtoME Wallace 3,500 Land in Sage Hill res: Sage Hill asso ciation to M F Giertson 1,355 Blk 11. Its 10. 17. 18,19,20,21,22 and 23. blk 16; Cedar Ay: Minnesota National Land & Investment com- panv to T D Tounerv 6,000 Lts, blk 10, Grovelandadd; WS Con- ger to John a Walters 2.500 Lt 21. blk 1, Brown & Snivel's add; J II Chapman to Thos Laeger 1,500 Lt 20. blk 1. Brown & Suffers add; J 11 Chapman to J A Robinson 1,500 Lts <; and 7. blk 63. Remington's Third add: Minnesota National Land <fc In- vestment company to Simouson 8r05.1,100 Lt 11, blk 30, Bassett, Moore & case's add; F LGowen to W Q liaison 1,000 Lt 3. blk 11, North Minneapolis; J Frank Collom to M Greve 20.000 Six unpublished deeds 71,740 Twenty-eight minor deeds, less than SI, OIM* each 10.1 Total number of deeds 62 $260,923 — The Finest Trains in the World. The Finest Trains in the "World. The Minnesota it Northwestern Kail- road company having completed its road to Chicago will, commencing Aug. 1, 1887, run two fast trains daily between Minneapolis. St. Paul and Chicago, equipped with the best and finest coaches, buffet, parlor chair cars and sleepers ever run on any railroad in the world. In addition to the elegant sleepers, which were built expressly for and after designs furnished by the company, will run " the Mann boudoir sleepers on all night trains. The day express leaves Minneapolis 7:05 a. m., St. Paul 7:40 a. m., arrives in Chicago 10 p. m. The night express leaves Minneapolis 7 p.m., St. Taul 7:35 p. m., arrives at Chicago 9:30 a. m.; leaves Chicago at 7:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. in., arrives. St. Paul 9:30 p. in. and 9:3) a. m.; arrives, Minneapolis at 10 p. in. and 10 a. m. The Minnesota A Northwestern is the only railroad runnine parlor chair cars ami the celebrated Mann boudoir sleep- ers Between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, and is the only line running a day-light train between these cities. Ticket offices, No. 193 East Third street, St. Paul; Union depot, St. Paul; No. 3 Nicollet house, Minneapolis; Union depot, Minneapolis. ■«■ LOCAL. MENTION. LOCAL. MENTION. nßattle of Atlanta panorama open to- day from 2p.m.to 10 p. m. But a few months remain in which to see this great war picture in Minneapolis, as shortly after the dose of the Exposition it will leave us for good. A Card. We wish to say to the public that we We wish to say to the public that we wish to reduce our stock of fine book- cases, cabinets, ladies' desks, chiffo niers and parlor furniture, and will, for the next week, make a great reduction in price on our One goods. Fillmore A Townsend, Rhode Island block. Fine Family Ranges, $7 to $15 Less Than others ask for same grade ranges. Examine them. Outfits for housekeep- ing specially low. Roberts, 510 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis. Christian Science College, 27 Second avenue south. Class opens 27 Second avenue south. Class opens Monday, Aug. 1, at 3p. m. Good heal- ers in constant attendance. It Costs Nothing To get the most careful examination of To get the most careful examination of your real estate title from the Minne sota Title Insurance and Trust com- pany if the title is condemned. If the I title is insurable, a twenty-five-year pol ! icy is issued for a moderate fee, which is known in advance. No abstract re- quired. Call at the office, 313 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis. At Cost. Now is the time to buy office desks Now is the time to buy office desks and chairs at cost to close out this de- partment of our business. Fillmore A Townsend, Rhode Island nlock. We Make a Specialty Of family trade, and we keep all the Of family trade, and we keep all the i best brands In the market, such as j Duffy's old malt. etc. Lally Bros., 113 i Washington avenue south. A New Thing Under the sun is endolithic marbles, | which are now produced in the most j beautiful colorings. George C. Farnham, No. 3$ South Third street, has just re- I ceived an invoice of these marbles, and i requests the public to call and see them. i All kinds of interior marble work in domestic, foreign or endolithic marbles executed in the very best possible man- ner. Call and sec the beautiful endo- lithics. Diston's Hand Saws, 26-Inch, $1.17. Nicholson five-inch saw files, sc; two- foot box-wood rules. 7c; steel squares, 70c. Augur-bitts, planes and full sets 70c. Augur-bitts, planes and full sets of carpenter tools at special prices. Roberts, 510 Nicollet avenue, Minne apolis. Notice of Removal. We take great pleasure in announcing We take great pleasure in announcing to our patrons and friends that on and after Aug. 1 we will be located at our new ami commodious quarters, No. 200 and 202 Washington avenue north. Will be pleased to have you call and see us.- Respectfully, " *'"'* Roskxfiei.p Bros., ' '.Wholesale Liquor Dealers. They All Kick At oyr selling furniture so cheap, but cash talks, and now is the time to talk, Fillmore & Townsend, Rhode Island block. - j George C. Farnham, ' ' 38 South Third street, is the Western agent of the celebrated English tile manufactured by Ward & Co., the larg est tile manufacturers in Europe, and is now receiving invoices of the newest designs and colors. T. Ray & Co. Sell the most reliable teas and coffees in Sell the most reliable teas and coffees in the city, and at lowest prices. Have you tried them? i . > ! Big Crowds at the Fire, i • And big crowds at Fillmore & Town- send's, where they are selling all kinds of furniture at low prices for the goods. We are closing out our office desks and chairs at cost. Call and see us in Rhode Island block. Something New. For fine wines, liquors and cigars go to Lally Bros., 113 Washington avenue south. Thirty-Three Dollars Buys the best curtain top desks ever sold. We are closing out our desk de- partment, and they are going at cost. Fillmore & Townsend, Rhode Island block. New No. 8 Cook Stoves $7. New No. 8 ranges, $12.75; No. 8 cook stoves with reservoir, $14. We will save you from §5 to §15 on cook stove or range. Everyone warranted. Rob- crts, 510 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis. New and Elegant Designs In hardwood mantles and the largest stock shown by any house west of New York, at George C. Famham's, No. 38 South Third street, at the old stand of Sullivan & Farnham. MINNEAPOLIS WANTS. ' Want advertisements lor the Globe re- ceived at W. J. Hughes', druggist, corner Monroe street and Third avenue, East Divis- ion, Minneapolis. SITUATIONS OFFERED. AGENT to take orders and sell the inde- structable fuel bolts in St. Paul, Still- water and Minneapolis; good, reliable man can make big money. Western Light Fuel company, 415 Washington ay. south, Minne apolis. " 212 GENTS— Wanted, parties with $50 to $75 to take exclusive agency of Minne sota and Dakota towns and counties for a new and fast-selling article; money in it: investigate. Dickey, 31 Central ay: 212 BARBER— First-class white barber; wages §1-1: none other wanted. Sherman house barber shop, corner Sixth ay. south and Washington. 212 ATENT ItIGHT MAX— Wanted, good patent right man to sell territory on new and valuable invention; easy to handle; very attractive: can make expenses selling article itself, "Weber/ patentee, 29 Nicollet island. 212 SITUATIONS WANTEIK SITUATIONS WANTEIK ENGINEER — Young man wants a posi tion as engineer or fireman : four years' experience; wages low. Address B. 36, Globe. 7 MEAT CUTTER— Situation wanted by a meat cutter; five years' experience ;can furnish the best of references; please state salary. Address C 45, Globe. 211-213 ATCHMAN— By a responsible party WATCHMAN— By a responsible party that is strictly temperate and don't smoke, as night watchman ; can furnish best af city references. Address X 30, Globe. 1 INSTRUCTION. OWKKS SCHOOL of Shorthand; long est established in the Northwest; exclu sive shorthand and typewriting school pies- : sons by mail ; success guaranteed: send for circular. George B. Bower, 522 Nicollet ay., Minneapolis. 100* MISCELLANEOUS. A THING of beauty is a joy forever, and you can conceive of no greater beauty than the elegant eleven-room house and lot with nil modern improvements, on Clinton ay.. which can be bought cheap and on easy terms of Dickey and Smith, 509 Boston block. * 212-213 ACRE — At a bargain, one acre of ground. Inquire at 1000 Seventh st. south. Min neapolis. 209-215 A POSITIVE cure for dyspepsia is guar anteed anyone buying* one or both of these two elegant, east-front lots, 40x128 feet to alley, in Baker's Second addition; very cheap: for sale by Dickey & Smith, 509 Boston block. 212 BELLE OF BALTIMORE— A beautiful . complexion; ladies use Mme.Sonnalea"s Parisian Nut oil and Milkweed Powder; it re moves and prevents wrinkles, beautifies and preserves the complexion and keeps it youth- ful. Personal "l have analyzed over 500 different preparations for the complexion, and find nothing so beneficial for cleansing and keeping the complexion youthful as ' Mine. Soiiin. lea's Milkweed and Nut Oil." K. L. De Gynou, Chemist, Chicago. For sale by J. 11. Shibley, 411 Nicollet ay., Minneap olis. Minn. 212 CAUGHT AT LAST— The right men in -> the right place — undersigned have purchased the business formerly owned by John Grosbaeh, 315 Washington ay. south, and will in future be pleased to meet their friends there. Monday evening next, Aug. 1, they will give a formal grand opening, and an invitation is tendered to all; a sumptuous free lunch will be served. John D. Haunon, late of Brown Bros. ; Thomas Gallagher, late of Lally Bros. 212 CHRISTMAS is coming, but the time is never coming when one can buy a house and lot on Harriet ay. so reasonable and on such easy terms as Dickey & Smith, 509 Bos- ton block, now offer. 212-213 DO YOU LIKE SNAPS? Not ginger snaps, but real, live, heart-burning snaps. If so, fly and get hold of a good house and lot in" Van Nest's addition, that only requires §200 to handle. Dickey & Smith, 500 Boston block. 212-213 DON'T WAIT till you are old and decrepit before securing a choice lot on Blaisdell ay., when it only requires §500 to own it. _J 212 FOR B ALE— One or five lots on Lyndale ay. for 81,125 each: cast front; inside -seventh st. : mortgage of §550 on each lot. Inquire of owner, Dr. A. J. Golden, 3010 Lyndale ay. 212-218 GOWDV'S Detective and Collection Agency, at 315 Hennepin ay., is doing a lively business, having calls from : most every department^of business, and is a sue- cess." Their business is being handled upon the most scientific principles. It take? brains to run a detective office. It also needs thor ough, honest work. While they do not claim to be able to act successfully in every case, in most cases they are able to "materialize with- out long and protracted delays. These are facts which make this office and these gen- tlemen. Gowdy Brothers, a most desirable place to do business, as they employ none but thorough and honest men, and "all aud any business intrusted to them will have heir rompt attention. 204-211 AYE VOL" got §500 cash? If so, we can sell you a grand, elegant, beautiful lot on Lyndale ay., between Twenty-eighth and Twenty -ninth streets. Dickey <£ Smith, 509 Boston block. 212-213 OTEL REEFERS— Copper work and redlining of culinary vessels a specialty. cialty. Janucy Bros.. 218 Nicollet ay. ! 101-221 i HEMPHILL & CO., 500 Boston bloclf, members Boston Block exchange, so- licit the handling of your property; all bar- gains will be listed on the boards of the ex- change. 212 JF YOU have any aches you can obtain im- mediate relief by getting some of Dickey & Smith's acres on Lake street, wherein lies a fortune awaiting development. 212-213 LAKE MINNETONKA and Minneapolis Land Agency— and lots for sale cheap by L. A. Austin, 41 Washington ay. south. 210-212 MARK— strayed or stolen Thursday noon, from Waconia, black mare, with white hind feet, also white star in forehead : age about twelve years; weight about 1.100. Owner, John F. Peterson, register of deeds Hennepin county. 211-212 ROOMS— Two elegant furnished rooms to rent to two or four young men of good characters; five minutes' walk from post- office. Inquire W, Globe. 210-212 SOME MEN are born; great, some achieve greatness, while others have greatness thrust upon them. . If you wain the latter and can stand the pressure, bnv a few of Dickey & Smith's acres at the stock yards. be- fore they are all gone. .' ■ "212 213 MISCELLANEOUS. SOLICITORS wanted throughout Dnkota Minnesota for something Dakota and Minnesota for something - entirely new and in which agents are making , from $5 to $30 daily. For terms and particulars address .'-Buyers' Union,'.' - Room . 41, 400 Nicollet. , < 212 S EKING is believing, and if your sight will SEEING is believing, and if your sight will warrant your seeing, call at Dickey & Smith's office, 509 ' Boston block, and they will show you one of the finest laving lots In Prairie Avenue Addition eyes ever feasted upon, level as a barn floor &nd way down. __ 212-213 SJ K. OLSON «• CO. have secured the scr- O, K. OLSON & CO. have secured the ser- \}» vices of P. J. Dunne, a gentleman of riiie experience, to take charge as superin tendent of their retail departments. Mr. DSnne has for several years held a similar position in one? of the largest dry g<Jods houses of Chicago and enters ou his new duties next Monday. 211 rpilK GOOBE that lays the golden egg has rpilK (iOOSK that lays the golden egg has J»: a week's engagement at 509 Boston block; come in and get an egg before too late. -.-,.. - 212 . TO OWXKKS having clear farms for sale TO OWNEK* having clear farms for sale or exchange, call or address me; I have bargains waiting. W. O. Rollins, 224 Henne- pin ay., Room 2. Minneapolis. 212 WE HAVE cash customers for bargains WE HAVE cash customers for bargains in improved and unimproved property. Shepard & Bailey, 661, 662, 662 Bank of Minneapolis building. ' - 209-212 WE OON'T waul the earth, only a small WE portion of it, therefore we are a small portion of it, therefore we are willing to close out a few acres at Hopkins or Cedar hake at a great sacrifice. Dickey & Smith, 509 Boston block. 212-213 WE DON'T want any one to bark before WE they bite, because the to before - they bite, because the unexceptional bargain that Dickey & Smith, 509 Boston block, offers on that house and lot on Grand ay., inside of Twenty-eighth st., requires no barking. It is all bite to anybody wanting a home. . . 212-213 WHY SO SAD and weary when you can WHY SO a wash basin full filthy lucre glean a wash basin full of filthy lucre by investing in two lots on Grand av.,inside of Twenty-eighth St., at your own figures. Dickey & Smith, 509 Boston block. 212-213 WANTED— Collections; best of refer- ANTED— Collections; best of refer- ences and bonds if necessary; charges reasonable. Ed 11. Cobb, 455 Temple court. 212 ci Un(\— SALE OK EXCHANGE— <£1 UC\(\- SALE OK EXCHANGE— 01,UUU 160 acres, 3 miles from Granite Falls, on M. & St. L. Ry; all good plough land except 10 acres for hay; 10 acres broken. Shepard & Bailey, 661, 662, 663 Bank of Minneapolis building. . . 209-212 QIOR ONLY tor Fridlev luts. Hbepard eiOR ONLY for Fridlev lots. Shepard V-lw & Bailey, 661, 662. 663 Bank of Minneapolis building. 209-212 €J1 "I (\(U\ *'OK 22-room house on Port vA-i-^v/WtJ land ay., rented for $1,200; new, hardwood finish, all modern conven iences; water and sewer paid; this will pay 14 per cent on investment. Shepard & Bailey, 661, 662, 663 Bank of Minneapolis building. • 209-212 Cobb, Bohne A. Co.'s List. 455 Temple Court. For Exchange. For Exchange. TO EXCHANGE— Two good lots in Harri- O EXCHANGE— Two good lots in Harri- son's second addition for equity in house and lot inside of Lake st. 212 TO EXCHANGE— of merchandise in a thriving lowa town for city prop erty. 212 O EXCHANGE— We have several driv- ing horses, some very speedy ones; will trade for city property. 212 O EXCHANGE— Houses and lots for farm lands; Minnesota or lowa land preferred. 212 OH KENT — House comer Thirty-first st. and First ay. south; cheap; will give two years' lease. 212 OK KENT— Store No. 2114 Fourth ay. south; has just been put in first-class order. '212 OK KENT— with city water on Fourth ay. south, near Franklin. 212 OK SALE— Vacant property. $2,500, FOX SALE— Vacant on Ninth ay. south time; double corner on Ninth ay. south and Twenty-eighth st., east front. 212 CI 'JAft— FINE east front lot on Gar- <£1 *-}^in— FINK east front Jot on Gar yp±l*J<JU field ay., inside of Twenty eighth st. BKSB 212 CIJ A )( K A*T FRONT LOT on Fifth ♦M^ri'-'V-'^' ay. south and Twenty-second St.; lays high; has fine shade trees. ■ 212 For Sale lmproved Property. $'-3 &(}(\~¥lSK HOUSE on Second \J^\}\J\J ay., near Thirty-first st. ; terms easy. 212 <£*.) |j/)|)-A(i()OI) HOUSE onTwen *P*J)KJ\J\J ty-seventh ay. ; car line will take part in clear from lands. 212 <&9 KOn-A GOOD HOUSE and fine «|A,UUU lot on Clinton ay. and Thirty first st. : this is a bargain. Cobb, Holme <& Co.. 455 Temple court. 312 tZ Little & Wilson's Us*. 501, 502 and 503 Boston Block. SPECIAL prices for a few days only on lots in the following additions: rpt'KNEK & Wamock's. ' TJELMONT I'AKK. "DELMONT PARK. OWANs second. O WAN's second. /~i OFF tt Jones. ' p OPE & Jones. : -p EMINGTON'S second. T> EMINGTON'S second. T^OKEST Heights. -pOREST Heights. HOW is this for a sample? Beautiful lots in HOW is this for a sample? Beautiful lots at Turner & Warnock's second addition at $525 each ; this is on the line of the new motor, and $125 below the market value. Prices in the other additions at a corresponding low figure. Call early, as there will be an advance in prices as soon as the motor to the Wash burn Home is completed, WE HAVE a number of desirable houses on our books for sale at low prices, and can accommodate you in almost any locality: our list includes three tine residences near the Washburn Home, which will be accessible as soon as the motor is running. These houses will be sold at a sacrifice : also a fine home almost opposite Central Park. ©nO I'EK FKONT FOOT for a lot 45x CC'Q PER FRONT FOOT for a lot 45x «p / O 150 feet on Chicago ay., near Tenth st. ; this is the cheapest lot ou the avenue. LSI K AISLE LOT on Park ay., inside ESIKABLE LOT on Park ay.,' inside Lake St., at a bargain. QQf U EACH for eleven lots in Reming- Q*4n() EACH for eleven lots in Remiug <2»/| p./ 1 KA( H for lots in Lake Harriet Cl/1 F\(\ EACH for lots iv Lake Harriet ij^kUyJ Park, only a few feet from the boulevard. <E-U HO/A FOX lots 1.2. 10.1 l and C£! (V\C\*"i>'* LOTS 1,2, 10,11 and 00,UUU 12, block 44, Baker's fourth addition. C«> O/ \f\ FOX three lots on Bryant ay. ; C*-) Ot \(\ FOR three lots on Bryaut ay. ; >3»Z))»j\J\J motor line in Remington's second; these lots lie elegantly, aud area bargain. EVERAL PIECES of fine central busi- ness property for sale. Little & Wilson. 502 Boston block. 212 ' AT Lake Harriet Lake Harriet, it -AuTJQ-TJST? 9, Under the Auspices of the i# fin R§iJß a * 4* The Programme will be replete with every- The Programme will be replete with every- thing calculated to amuse and instruct. Promi nent speakers from abroad and at home will be present. All kinds of games, such as base and foot ball, game of lacrosse and others will be furnished, while those who want to row or sail • ••' or dance will be accommodated. Refreshment stands and dancing pavilion will be conducted by the organization of the K. of L., and a grand display of fire-works will terminate the day's pleasure. No Intoxicating Liquors will be Sold on the Ground, No Intoxicating Liquors will be Sold on the Ground, P. O. Carlson's «fc Co.'s List. 311 Hennepin ay. " ~. . /"IHEAP lots in Fairmont Park addition. *Z>F_ LOTS at New. Boston; can double *JU your money if taken at once. <Gj^Sfl DOWN' and balance on time takes vp*J\J - the finest lots in New Boston. GREAT- SNAP— on Tenth avenue « south at $700; $300 down, balance on time. " LOTS in Forest Heights, two in block 3 and two in block 6; will trade for house and lot in North Minneapolis. 'TWO lots on Bloomington ay. at a bargain. FOUR choice lots on First ay. south, $100 per lotlesss than adjoining lots; a few days only. 211-212 J. F. Tul>l>s' List. 727 Boston Block. /"COTTAGES on monthly payments. /"10TTAGES on monthly payments. GOOD business property in exchange for ■ stock farms. LOTS! LOTS:— location for tene ment blocks. /"CHOICE residence lots for sale. FINE property for manufacturing pur- poses, with excellent trackage facilities, and good inducements offered to those who mean business: no one but authorized agents need apply. ; 212-214 |HB J. S. Woodurd's I.lst. 315 Hennepin ay. ACRES ! ACRES 1 ACRES J. S. Wood- ard, 315 Hennepin ay., Booms 31 and 32, has acre lots, five-acre lots and ten-acre lots, south of Lake Harriet, with prices rang- ing from $200 to $600 per acre ; now is the time to buy and get the benefit of the ad- vance when the boom comes ; also a few nice cottages which are offered very cheap ; also some vacant lots at a bargain ; now Is the time to invest while there is no excitement. RENTS— If you want to rent a house, rooms or store, call at office of J. S. Woodard, 315 Hennepin ay., Rooms 31 and 32. 212-213 amusements. THEATRE COMIQUE. Two Entrances— Washington Avenue South and 223 First Avenue South. W.W. Bkown, James Wheeler, Manager. Business Manager. WEEK AUGUST 1, 1887. The Great Sensational Show. J. J. Rie- ley and Lizzie Smith, in the laugha ble Comedy otjr, FINK dominoes With a new Olio: Billie Wells, Grace S\ Ivans, J. J. Kiely, Lizzie Smith' Messrs. Symonds, Hughes, Frank Bin- ney, Lizzie Raymond, Annie Cushman, Ethel Baldwin, Vintie Yaldean, James Wheeler. Matinees Thursday and Saturday. 10c to all parts of the house. Evening Prices— loc, 15e, 25c, 30c and 50c. PENCE OPERA HOUSE. Week of August 1 and Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. The world- nowned Success, "ACROSS THE CONTINENT." First appearance here of Mr. R. Fulton Russell and J. B. Scully, etc. Next Week Grand Production of Mac- beth. Admission, only 10c, 20c, 30c. WASHINGTON RINK, AUG. 5. Card iff— Ki lien Glove Contest. Advance reserved seat sale at the Nicollet house news stand, Minneapolis, and Billy Twonibly's, Wabasha street, St. Paul. Notice— no tickets from parties on the streets the evening of the contest, they will not be honored. Contest com- mences at .) p. m. sharp. j£~s* QnaXi jT otVAßpHOf^AttAj f~fc« QnaXz jT oiVAßpNOJ^Attflj JfrTW ftreft^etPfticollef _r\ J£. inn e«P° I» % « QppCq J)q'ly.- ADULT6rSO<(-H.lOßtN2j'* %££ Q3PCfI Qqi,y<A»^TirSOl(-H.«.DRLN2S"f DR.BRINLEY Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. hale BLOCK. Hennepin Ay., Corner Fifth St., OPPOSITE WEST HOTEL. Regularly graduated and legally qualified, lons engaged in Chronic. Nervous and Skin Diseases. A friendly talk costs nothing. If Inconvenient to visit the city for treatment, medicine sent by mail or express, free from observation. Curable cases guaranteed. If doubt exists we say so. Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 and 7toß p. m. ; Sundays, 2to 3 p. m. If you cannot come state case by mail. Diseases from Indiscretion, Excess or Ex posure, Nervousness, Debility, Dimness of bight. Perverted Vision. Defective Memory, Face Pimples. Melancholy, Hestlessness.Loss of Spirits, Pains in the Back, etc., are treated with success.* Safely, privately, speedily. No change of business. Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases, Liver Complaints. It is self-evident that a physician paying particular attention to a class of diseases attains great skill. Every known application is resorted to, and the proved good remedies of all ages and coun- tries are used. All are treated with skill in a respectful manner. No experiments are made. Medicines prepared m my own la- boratory. Os account of the great number of cases applying the charges are kept low; often lower than others. Skill and perfect cures are important. Call or write. Syptom lists and pamphlet free by mail. The doctor has successfully treated hundreds of cases in this city and vicinity. NORTH, SOUTH, EiOT 111 11 uiroT HOI HilU viLOly .Everybody Crazy Over the Indestructible Everybody Crazy Over the Indestructible SAFE, ECONOMICAL, SIMPLE, PRACTICAL! SAFE, ECONOMICAL, SIMPLE, PRACTICAL ! It Entirely Replaces Wood, Coal, Gasoline and Oil Stoves ! Wood, Coal, Gasoline and Oil Stoves ! THE FUEL CARTRIDGE THE FUEL CARTRIDGE Burns In Any Cook Stove, Parlor Stove, or Open Grate* OISTE Responsible Resident Business Man in Each Town Will be Given the Exclusive Sale of the FUEL CARTRIDGE. FUEL CARTRIDGE. It is a Money-making* Busi- ness, Requiring: but small Capital. They SELL AT SIGHT! Always Delight the Customer. Make Friends Everywhere. THE INDESTRUCTIBLE THE INDESTRUCTIBLE FUEL CARTRIDGE BURNS KEROSENE In Any StQve. Complete Outfit Prepaid, with Circulars and Instructions, On Receipt of $1.50. Coupon Introduction Co,, 601 Hennepin Aye,, Minneapolis. JOHN L. NEAL, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Room i, 224 Hennepin Ay. Collections Made in all Parts of the State. Room 1, 224 Hennepin Ay. Collections Made in all Parts of the State. Rare bargains in Cedar avenue business property. Cheap lots in Franklin avenue. Fridley Park lots, $150 to $500. Bloomington Avenue addition at lowest figures. Choice lots in "Van Nest addition. $650. Lot in Remington's Second, with foundation, well, cellar and cistern, $1,050; $300 below actual value. Fine lot in Baker's St. Anthony, $1,800. House and lot in Forest Heights, $3,200; $800 handles it. Eight-room house, Twenty-fourth and Sixteenth ay- enues, $2,800. Fine modern improved house on Stevenson Lake, $4,500. Lots in Lincoln Park on monthly installments. Two good lots in Mower's addition; double corner, $1,600 for both. Other East Side property just as cheap. $650 for lots in "Williams' addition. Saunders' Park lots at $450. If you want a lot in any part of the city call and see me. If you care to self, coma and see me. JOHN L. NEAL. Marsh & Bartlett Room 8, Kasota Block, Minneapolis, Minn. REAL ESTATE Insurance and Loans. Insurance and Loans. We are headquarters for Lake Harriet property. Grading for the Bryant avenue motor is commenced, and trains will run during* the Eposition. This is the b est neighborhood for an investment in Minneapolis. GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE. We have a few 49's very near the townsite. Write us for prices. , _••••■•■•■'---• . c^^S^^k. Sailing and Steam Yach s. See our boats and prices before par P^PP^^jJK Sailing and Steam Yacli s. Sec our boats am! [>rir-es before pur wTIiUW&B chasing. Examine the HAMMOND TYPE-WHITER, it is th* 4\\ My vfflSr handsomest, most durable and effective. :' S. F. HEATH & CO., 14 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. ST. PAIX BBAKII. 56 West Tbird Street. a FURNITURE! FURNITURE! FURNITURE! FURNITURE! All Kinds, at 52 Fifth Street, South. HAT RACKS. EASY CHAIRS, ROCKERS OF ALL KINDS, CHAMBER SETS, PARLOR SUITS, CENTER TABLES, LOUNGES, EXTENSION TABLES, RATTAN CHAIRS, ■ BOOK CASES, CHIFFONIERS. BY It. BEVERIBGE |te FRANK ASTEVENS' j&^ FRANK A.STEVENS" .'lSmisi'piwiE rfllk. 312 HENNEPIN AY. jjl|k 312 HENNEPIN AY. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN A $15.00 OIL STOVE Will not do one-tenth the work and Cost% Ten Times as Much. NO SENSIBLE WOMAN Will ever use her oil stove after having seen the Indestructible Fuel Cartridge Which sends the smoke up the chimney, instead of out into the room. One Pint of Ordinary Kerosene Runs the Cartridge an hour. It will cook a meal or heat a room for 1 1-£ cents. Can't Explode. Costs Less than Coal. Is Cheaper than Wood. Can't Get Out of Order* Is Perfectly Simple* Does Not Smell* Sends Smoke Up Chimney. Complete Outfit, Prepaid, on receipt of $1.50. S* T^N. BEST TEETH f 8 f ■ -AjmA ' \ SuTiiEßi.Axii & Rat, , / yyy-V-l \' rainless Dentists. From L >^"N V>^L 11to 28 teeth extracted (r s"^^ *N > BEST TEETH / _^ \ Sutiieiii.axu & Rat, / yyZZ\ i \ Painless Dentists. From L -"^^^V-h.' 3 (o -8 teeth extracted A 5 -€k fcisv > 'L 0I:e minute without \J.t - -^ ' P?V' aiy pain whatever. No X. r \ [■ chloroform. No ether. *S2T Akh J No poisonous drags. ■l\feto£'i/t Gold Fillings, 81.50. yS& '■A \SK% Largest dental estab- ZZSZgyZ ~***:'Jp-: lishir.ent west of New ' ; /^l? York city. 33 Washiiig- y^y^P^.y%. - '*"'■ ton avenue south. Mill* N>'Sfc7»^^fe&.-'-' neapolis. Open Even,- "*' ••.-*'■■ ings and -Sunday. ■'•■•--. nil TO Dr. 11. Waite, Specialist H l l r \ ; Graduate ; 11 } ears resident ■ ILLiWI . of Minneapolis. -Why suf fer when cure . is mild, : simple, certain? Ask hundreds of leading citizens of St. j Paul, Minneapolis and the Northwest as to the satisfactory treatment and ■ cure, Pamphlet free. 1127, Hennepin Avenue^ Minneapolis. . '.