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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBETJARY 12, I9of. The Minneapolis Journal's | Current Topics Club | Here Is Something New, Something That You Want, And Something That You Cannot Get in Any Other Minnesota Paper. Beginning February 18 The Journal will publish daily a series of articles prepared by the most eminent authorities on the particular subjects selected. FOR MONDAYS the siftject will be "The Opportunity and the Maa," edited by President Drap er, of the University of Illinois, to be concluded with an article by Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, Concerning American opportuni ties and the qualities which com bine with them to produce success. While interesting to all classes of readers, this will be especially help ful to young men. The subject will be illustrated by "human docu ments," so to speak, making plain the secrets of success discovered and exemplified by men of emin ence in mechanics, finance, com merce, manufacturers, and a dozen different lines of commercial and industrial and inte...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

I& POOL BILL COMING Railroads Will Press It at the Next Session of Congress. CAMPAIGN FOR THE MEASURE Chans in Public Feeling: on the Matter of Railroad Agreement. Special to The Journal. Washington, Feb. 12.—1n response to In quiries as to the effect of the recent rail way consolidations upon legislation in con gress and upon the work of the interstate commerce commission, it can be said pos itively that there will be no developments for the present. I The consolidations nave occurred, for the most part, in the trunk lines east of Chicago, and affect only the territory served by those and the contiguous terri tory served by railroads tributary to the trunk lines; they drain practically the tame country; they have in many in stances common termini; and the device to which they have finally resorted as a means of ending further cut-throat rival ry is entirely natural. Indeed, there were philosophers who had reasoned the ■whole thing out a good while ago as in the regular order of...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1901. BUYERS AMD SELLERS RECOQNIZE. THE QUICK ACTION OF JOURNAL WANT ads. +*** * *-*»•# ****** ilCLL£,na They Pay Big and Cost Little. :.■*:"', , ■ . ■_ .■ ■-■ ■ .• .. ■, •■■ ■ • /'■ ...... . : ■„:■■.■ ■■•. ■ ■ v ■ ■■■■ ■ .: >: „ <;. „ -yr ■• ■ **•■■•-. •• •■'-. ■ ; . ■ ■*■•■■■• ; ,.».-.; ■>. . ■ ••- ■ ■ . ■ ■■■:■■■ BITTNER'S STRANGE CASE SPREADS A REPORT HE'S" DEAD *.rs4r?&«u* r>V" ■■',•• " '•' •" • -:. ■■'■■ "..•- Milwaukee Police Prove That Bitt »er and Wahl Are One— Do mestic Infelicity. New York Sun Somofat Sapv/oa. p,.-.;; Milwaukee, Feb. 12.—A man. giving the : name-of Joseph Wahl entered the saloon 5- of Frank Fuche, River and Martin streets, last night, and gave the proprietor a mar riage certificate and a hat which he said • lie found on the lake front. The hat bore the name of a Philadelphia maker and the certificate* the name 'of Joseph ' Bittner. Wahl .said "these" things evidently be • longed 'to; some one who had committed...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

12 RICHMOND'S KING «"< NERVES The purest and best medicine ever made for Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Change of Life, Nervous Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Restlessness, eto. KINO t°h f e NERVES Soothes, calms and restores the tired, wornout or exhausted nervous system to health. $1.00 per bottle. All druggist can get it, or send direct to OR. S. A. RICHMOND CO., CHECAGO, ILL. Our EPILEPTIXE cures fits. TALES BY THE BUSY W. C. Andrews, the veteran commercial traveler, who has recently returned from a trip through the northern part of the state and North Dakota, says tnat not only the merchants but the newspaper men as well have a wonderful faith in what the next few years ■will do for the northwest. The rail road extensions planned are booming several sections. Among these is the extension of the Brainerd^ & Northern into the Black Duck country* where many of the traveling men have taken claims and townsites are being laid out at every other crossing. Carl Prinze, a memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. DANGER IN ONE BOARD Dr. Wines Opposes Board of Control Plan. OPINION OF AN EXPERT Too Much Politics Likely in the One Board System. SUPERINTENDENT A FIGUREHEAD luatitntioim Reduced to a Dead Lev el—Dr. 'Wines Favors One Man Power. From - The Journal Bureau, Itoont *5, Pott Xuilding, Washington. Washington. Feb. 13.—Dr. Frederick H. \ Wines,~v assistant director of the census, an authority of international reputation on penology and all "questions connected ■with the management of public custodial and correctional institutions, in a talk ■with The Journal to-day, said that his experience of more than thirty years ■with these matters had convinced him that any proposition, in Minnesota _. or elsewhere, lcokrng to the establishment of a board control to take the place of the old system of separate boards, was a step in the -wrong direction. The reasons j he advanced for such a position were in structive and interesting, and will com mand careful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

1 of the jury* the time / lias * now \ arrived ■when it is the duty and | privilege of the - defendant to make t known \to you • what the defense : will '■ be*. In presenting his case I shall not use oratory, only facts. "The defendant is a young.man, only 24 years of age. j| Hi« ; mother, died when jj he ■was a child, his : father when the boy was 16 years old. He is a young, man in the springtime of life. His accusers are about i his own - age. ;. They are all im pressed with the idea that if the defendant is acquitted, the suspicion in some way will fall on them. Self-preservation is one of the strongest laws. They can be relied on to say. what will at least tend to shield themselves. f Possibly they could not be expected to do less. ;,...• The defendant does not have to prove j that he did not commit the crime. It is the duty of the state to prove beyond any : reasonable doubt, how the deed was done. j We do not have to show how the wounds ■were inflicted. That is for the state ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 190 L TBADE IS GROWING Review of the Foreign Commerce of the United States. COMPETITION IN THE FUTURE Other Countries Are Likely to Make » Strong Flcht for Trade-. Li .'l' .• Official Report. Washington, Feb. 13.—The general sur- | Yey of foreign trade, introductory to the Volume on "Commercial Relations with the Vlilted States" has just been published by Frederick Emory, the head of the bu reau of foreign commerce. The publication says that along with satisfaction in the annual reports of consular officers for last year, there is a strong hint of a most strenuous competition and opposition to the American trade advancement abroad, which may counterbalance America's su perior advantages. The question for the future is whether we can hold the position we seem about to j gain, by means of our economy of pro duction, greater labor efficiency, and cheaper raw materials, or whether we shall have to arm ourselves with weapons especially fashioned for contro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, ;>> J. S. McLAIN, :if MANAGER. •« < •-.■■;; EDITOR.'.'' ;\ i HE J Oil ft A A L, is published every evening', except -. Sunday, at 47-41) Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. • / 'v Cv J. Billson, '• Manager Eastern Adver tising. • NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB'Stock Exchange building. • subscription terms Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. On© copy, one month ..........-..50.35 . One copy, three months ...;'.......... 1.00 One copy, six months. 2.00 One copy, one year..'.... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 * Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week .............. 8 cents One copy, one month. .35 cents Single copy ..;;.. ...'... ....... .. 2 cents CHAXGES Of*. ADDRESS " Subscribers, ordering. addresses of their t papers changed must always j give j their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is recei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1901. PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR PRAISES PE=RU=NA mm- —- ■' ' 'J"'iAt, ' ' ' r ~ IT* ■ Jl ;.jM g - ■ First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, Ga., and Its Pastor and Elder. TTHE day was when men of prominence hesitated to give their testimonials to proprietry medi cines for publication. This remains true to-day of most proprietary medicines. But Peruna has become so justly famous, its merits are known to so many people Of high and low stations, that no one hesi tates to see his name in print recommend ing Peruna. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong indorsement. Men representing all classes and stations are equally represented. A dignified representative of the Pres byterian church, in the person of Rev. E. G. Smith, does not hesitate to state publicly that he has used Peruna in his Xamily and found it cured when other remedies failed. In this statement the Rev. Smith is supported by an elder in his church. Rev. E. G. Smith, pastor of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

5 CITY NEWS - " Death of '■ Mis» Hnbbard—Miss Susie Hubbard, organist at St. :Charles church." died -," yesterday. at St. Mary's ; hospital.; Montgomery Get* Three Months— 1 The official , board t of. "Wesley, church last ;. night voted to give the pastor, Dr. J. S. Montgomery, three months'; vacation - in Eu rope, with full pay. He will start in May. Burcher's Sudden Death—Frank Bur • cUer, an old resident of '■ Minneapolis, living ' iii the rear of . 1117 Washington - avenue ■N, dropepd dead Monday while on . the way to his home. Mr. Buroher" was a well-known character of the North Side. Bishop Joyce 111—Bishop Joyce was brought home Monday from Jeff era, Minn., with a severe attack of neuralgia. Tno bishop went to 'Jeffers on Saturday to deal-, i cate a church, and was taken ill Sunday afternoon. The attack is not considered dangerous. Funeral of J. P. Allaire—The funeral of John P.'Allaire,\who died Monday at his residence, 413 Washington avenue S, was held to-day at 2:30. • The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EV^JNliNlx, FEIIKUAKY 13, 1901. YERXA Coffee. We offer better Coffees for the price asked than can be had anywhere in ' this country. ; Try us. ' Pino Can! a* and Golden Rio blend, rillS 811105 some dealers call 18. -: JtMochaan_dJava....-.....-.-....:.....»|>§ DA It I an excellent Mocha and fl A A 110031 Java f1av0r................V..*. ZZC Hoffman House at&any Oprice!.3Oo Daap* Rood 3-lb cans, while the . If)* rBBIS lot lasts, can... .JUS Cluaa! Pain Excellent unlabled Sweet oweei corn com, »a. c* perdoz UUI can.. %!• This Is the greatest bargain of the season.- Daaaliaa 25- lb< boxes Fancy Cal. 11 --r6355!63 Peaches, by the box 12C So lb. less quantity. Prunes -ib^ new(sallfornlau- 1 4c Soap :P^ h 'lobais' 30c Soap™!. LU. y'. llar ge.c ........;...5« ■ There is no better to be had. Soap a!L..™.- 25c Qlngsr Snaps saa.^!!L -Be Eggs 522^. I7s Sweet Potatoes forp 2ie Grape Fruit ***--24 It-8c Lemons dozen/.... i©o iso and 20c Potatoes SSSSPfr**.. 48c Very Fine Cre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

8 DISEASES WHICH DETHRONE MANHOOD AND TDEIR ABSOLUTE CURE The state Electro-Medical institute, Which com bines Alt el the Curative Powers of Both Medicine ana Electricity in oar system ot Electro-Medical Treatment. Pr tlessluil Excellence Cii Be Attain* only By the Doctor wnecoß ceitrites All Bis riciltlcs to a Single Class of Ills. 100 NOT Jr"sß^ » I TREAT TREAT jfjMTllfliLli MEN ONLY, DISEASES .^^^^^m^^ CURE THEM ■ BUT CURE flll^P^gjjji^^ TO STAY I TREAT DOCTOR TOLSON, Specialists in Diseases of lien and Consult- . - -->• - . ing Physician of the State Electro-Medical Institute, 301 Hennepln Avenue, Minne- . . apolis, Minn. _ ........... ' la the treatment of certain special'diseases there can be no comparison between th« ability of the ordinary doctor and that of the trained and scientific -specialist.' The trouble -with the ordinary doctor is that he tries to do too much. In his fruitless effort to explore and conquer the whole field of •" medicine and surgery he so scatters ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBETJAEY 13, 1901. 115111101 _ 121 WasMngtoii Ate. Sontli"^ Extra Special Shoe Sale THURSDAY. Ladles' fine Vlcl Kid P^^h^ Lace Boot. Xew seam w&° wSfci.. less Vaiuu. Light -£$ * J&9& S3O 800t > Thursday. JP AJar IT &>■&<> Hoot. Thursday. ■~ J» 7&m ; I special f I All m mf / Pri<* ili9O tARgi '■''"''flur "'■■ ■ ' Ladies' $3.50 tine hand Jmg*i IB trim Kid Lace, Dull Matt ML.; flf Kid Top. #4 »c. "■■mm; •' U Thar, speetal.. d 2■ £ 0 ■il\ fl Ladies'l2.7s Vlcl Kid Lact> H^i\" - * \':'.:' Kid tip, flexible soles. kfflaß\-:'" * V Thursday Qf AQ ts|3&V Ijl special •li'Hf fS3§K'^” /Tb Ladles' new up-to-date ' asHtafc. - \.#jSSy heavy sole Welt Lace. $3.60 V^jll" shoe-" Thurs- #«| JQ tSSM&- |*^ : day special....wti"fsl '/$ Ladies' $2.00 Cloth and Kid Top Lace. , QQ. *!» Thursday special. 3OC ■V:.-^BL"„ \ Ladles' $2.50 Heavy sole nSSI^. \ Lace. Kew patent or Kid Tip. Thursday *l t A , "^"^ special Ola 3 4. Ladles'soc Storm R...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

10 HicKel plate 307 MICOLLET AVENUE. Clearance Sale ! EXTRA GOOD SHOE BARGAINS FOR THURSDAY. 1 Men's Best 85c Rubbers; h Coin Best 50c Ladies' Storm Rub- Toe, Sizes 10 to 11$. OCa bers, new : toes, all ; Oft** Out to .....**%*%* sizes, cut t0..... JVC Men's Felt Shoes with thick L adies > Overeaiters black oloth felt soles; also with leather soles ??T 8 Overgaiters, black cloth, and Calf Foxed, good sizes, < buttons, 3oc value, 4Q^ $2.00 to $2.50 ral- d+ JO cut to —• • ■ ,***** ue.; Out to ....^ ■ «**O Ladies' Fancy Slippers, one Boys' Calf School Shoes, sizes and two strap, and coin toe ox -3' to ; 6s, several good lines in fords, I#so an $2.00 AO A broken sizes, $1.50 and $1.75 qualities, cut to 9Ov values. * d*ii Cut t0...^..... V ■■"" Ladies' Vici Kid Lace and But- Men'B Box Calf Shoes on -the ton Boots,. kid tips, stylish solid English and London Toes, leather Boots, $2 d* 4 AQ welted soles, good sizes, $3.50 values, cut to .... h9lb^«P ouuo $2-46 Ladies' $2.50 and $3.00 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EYTL^I^TG, IFEBRXTARY 13, 190 L I AN OFFER. I I ■ THAT IS NEVER. DECLINES I \ mm^^^mr^^^ CSX Harburger, Homan & Co. Y^ VNU MANUFACTURERS. ! . H^';• ', v'V'l \mmmm^^^^ Yfl ftk DiSTUIBUTERS, Minneapolis. j^Hi I ONE OF THESE^^I^^V^H I GENEROUSLY GOOD 5* CIGARS «I ■ • CaSCaBINE is not a new remedy. For . ■ ten years it has been used by thousands 1 of good people the world over and called h their best laxative. It moves the bowels g gently, cures sick headache, habitual con- H stipation, indigestion, biliousness and X all disorders of the stomich • kidneys, n bowels and liver. It restores the appetite ■ and gives a bright clear complexion. Buy 9 a bottle today and you will be recommend- I ing it to your friends next week. CASCAR- I j INE is and always will be your best laxat- I ive. At all' druggists, 50c per bottle, or | sent direct by I REA BROS. & CO. I. , Mlaaetpolis, Louisville tad New York. S I ■MIIWIII | f FARiBAULTS BURGLARS T^ro Important Arr*xts Mude Una Other...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

12 SPORTS MAY LET 'EM SPAR Judge Holiister May Grant a Modi- fied Injunction. GOV. NASH PREPARES TO MOVE He Get« the Militia in Shape— Fighters. Each Confident of Success. Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 13.—A1l the at torneys for the defense join in the state ment that if Judge CHollister's decision is adverse to their client k upon the ground that the testimony shows a prize fight is contemplated, then the meeting between Jeffries end Rhulin will be postponed un til the circuit and the supreme* courts have given decisions therein.. Counsel on both sides concede that neither will have op portunity to appeal to the upper courts after the decision here and before the time announced for the fight •It was disclosed yesterday that the fight promoters believe the court may grant a modified injunction, that is, an injunction against prize fighting, but permitting a boxing contest. The case would then be up to the mayor and the police for interference in case the contest should prove to be-a priae ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUAEY 13, 1901. """^sssi^s^'O' "^ /Ttai There are times in a man's life when it is necessary to act quickly and decisively. Times when life itself depends on the doing of the right thing at the right time. Times, perhaps, when disease has reached the point where delay of even a day or a week may prove fatal. Kidney troubles are slowly, but surely, dragging thousands of men and women to the grave. It is only backache at first, doesn't amount to much, they think. Then comes headaches, Gizzy spells, urinary troubles, diabetes—and then, if it isn't checked, Bright's disease, and Death. But there's a way of escape. , Hundreds and hundreds of Minneapolis people have found it. Doan's Kidney Pills Never fail to quickly relieve the aching back. To cure every kidney ill, whether it be common backache or urinary disorders. Plenty of Minneapolis proof that this is so. Mr. L. Wittgraf, of 1915 Nicollet avenue, grain buyer, says: "For three or four years I had attacks of bac...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

I* WHEAT SOLD UP IN THE FACE OF BEARISH NEWS The Market Showed Underlyng Strength, With Nervousness on the Part of Shorts. MAY TOUCHED 7' Z AT HIGH POINT Hradstr«et'a Increane of 1,T00,000 Had no Effect—General >ew» «f the Session, Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 13. —The wheat market showed strength this morning and made a small advance early. Two days' receipt* put 619 cars Into Minne apolis, which looked big against 209 last year. Barly cables were a shade off, Liverpool %d below Monday. On these Items timid hold ers wer« ready to let go at the start ,and May opened a shade lower, at 74%@74%c, telling directly at 74% c. This weakness was dispelled and prompt action followed, carry in* May to 74% c. Offerings ceased at the first evidence of support, and Chicago de veloped a buying turn, with bidding In a small way, which Bent a sympathetic firm ness all through. Liverpool closed un changed to Mi. higher, Paris 10 to 30 cen times higher and 35 to 40 centimes higher on flou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

WEDIS^SPAY ' 'TMsnsnasPGi ■• -3_-bktct-_^ 13, 1901. BUYERS AMD SELLERS >%&^ I&22rJ2F°" OF JOURHAL •«"««■ ■■—■"■mW™^ _ __w . utßifcMam fifiv MH . - ■m Ob hhv -- SfIHBHP^ _HHB_HV —BSfIHV fiSH_EEf__S9SHV SB HI Anr . M vtt_QHJT |uvM|a# A_w (ir Mn ' jim. im ,m n _TTB „, ■ff ! S^L& _f^_ ' ' - - ■-' ' ■ ■---„** - ' ' ' -< :v-- . -- - .! . . ■ .^ .-. > .v. . »v^ ' ■ \.;-'.. ■■„■, ■ ; •■■... ■ ..... .. ""i"": "--ai-i-f _"«»_" _HBt_«i__M«_Ma« ear __& - g gfffijfi jf - sr^Sjff BXBKJB SmMmmM nStS^Sm LlnVffl • . '"'.-, - .•..■■ .- -„ .-"""-..■■ ..-. "^■'?^X'o^\.-s-'i^-M' J:^:V^^~'^A'^:~^ '■'■ - - ~^ m -t '■ '■■ .■■'■■-*■■■••-;--■'■■ <;>f, .^ '.}■■ ]..:}■: "-.-"" NUMBER 11. ';'"' CLAIRVOYANTS MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings dally; Thursday eve circles, 25c. 620& Nic, room 14., MME. CLAYMONt, WONDERFUL CLAlß voyant and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepin. , MRS. MARY JACOBS HAS~ RETURNED from Europe; and can be consulted " daily 'on all affairs of life at 520 Nicollet...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 February 1901

$8 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE JUST ONE MILLION State Capitol Commission Says That Will Do. COST IS RAISED TO $8,000,000 A Batch of New Bill* Is Introduced Into the House After Its Long Recess. The state capitol commission, convinced of the Impossibility of completing the new capitol building on the present allowance of $2,000,000, has asked for an increase of half that amount. The bill of the com mission, fixing the limit of cost at $3,000, --000 was Introduced by a Ramsey repre- Bentative, Mr. Jackson, to-day. The house did not meet until 11 o'clock, end its sixty minutes was devoid of news features. Among the new measures pro posed were bills by Mr. Sweet, legalizing a five-sixth jury verdict in civil cases; by Mr. Armstrong prohibiting booths, Btalls and screens in saloons; by Mr. Jackson providing for the acquisition of property for park purposes in case the game happens to lie ouside the corporate limits, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth only being effected; by Mr. Wallace, de finin...

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