Yesterday Patrick Slavin, a farmer, living with his mother in Richfield township, drove to Minneapolis. At 12:30 last night he was found by Special Ofiicer Hurley, lying prostrate in front of Mark's saloon, 105 South First street. The patrol wagon was called and he was removed to the First precinct station and locked up, where he died soon after. The coroner being notified, made an examination and is of the opinion that the cause of his death was either apoplexy or heart disease. The deceased was about 33 years of age.
St. Paul (Minnesota) Globe, November 25, 1885.