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Successor to P. T. Kavanagh & Co.,
422 Wabasha Street, St Paul 5 Minn.
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I I B I Be 111 S
ADJOINING SUMMIT PARK
I will sell at auction, on
the premises, No. 251 Sum
mit Place, on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18,
at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, the very line prop
erty at the above number,
consisting of a finely built
residence of nine rooms and
basement) and an excep
tionally line, lot 50x140
feet. The residence was
built under the immediate
supervision of the owner,
who is himself a practical
builder. He brought a
long experience to bear and I
spared neither pains nor
expense to make it model
home in every sense of the
word. Nothing but the
very best material was used
in the construction of the
building, and the result
was a remarkably comfort
able and convenient house.
He not only made it a per
fect home, but introduced
an especial system of ven
tilation and drainage,
not only makes it a com
fortable home, but a per
fectly healthy one in every
The grounds are hand
somely terraced, and com
mand a full view of Summit
Avenue Park, as ell as
the most picturesque por
tion of our city, and this
view can never be ob
structed. The terms will be
made very easy. There is
to-day no finer piece of res
idence property on the
market, being convenient
and central. The neighbor
hood is the finest, the prop
erty being in the immedi
ate vicinity of the beautiful
residence of Commodore
N. W. Kittson, the Presley
residence. D. W. Ingersoll.
the elegant residence of
Mr. Dickerman. now being
erected at a cost of $35,000,
and many others. To any
one desiring a fine home
this is an exceptionally
fine opportunity. For full
particulars call on
422 Wabasha St., St. Paul, Minn.
SATURDAY, MAY 21,
At 3 O'clock in the Afternoon.
20 Fine Business Sites
ON EAST SEVENTH STREET
I will sell at auction on the premises, on East Sev
enth street near the corner of Maple and immediately I
adjoining the residence of Hon. Samuel Mayall, twenty
very valuable business lots, with frontage on East Sev
enth and Margaret streets. The principal part of this
property is situated on one of the most prominent busi
ness streets of the city, and in one of the most desira
ble portions of Dayton's bluff. There is no part of the
city that has a greater future before it than this sec
tion. Pproperty has lain dormant here for years until
the Seventh street improvement was inaugurated and
completed. At that time the psople began to see
its value but feared to invest on account of the distance
from the center of the city, and it is only within a
comparatively short time that they began to realize
that it is really central property, and really ranked
with the best business property in the city. As far as
distance is concerned, it stands the same as the corner
of Rice street and University avenue, taking the Union
depot as the center. The bluff has developed more
growth within the past two years than any other por
tion of the city, and stands to-day as one of the most
desirable residence portions of the city, and Seventh St.
being naturally the great through thoroughfare has
naturally become the principal business street of the
city. During the past two years many fine business
blocks have been erected, costing $10,000 to $50,000,
and many more have been designed and the building
contracted for, and all have been in the neighborhood j
of it-he property advertised to be sold. At present there j
is no property as eagerly sought for, or is as desirable
as an investment, as this. It is almost impossible to
obtain property similarly located at any price, as it is
not for sale. This property has been placed with me j
to sell without limit, and the assurance is given that
the sale will be legitimate.
For full particulars as to terms, etc., call on or
Williams, Koch & Pugsley,
Chamber of Commerce Building, or
Ek _» Ms Sam H _
A. M. Doherty,
Auctioneer, 422 Wabasha Street
THE SAINOf PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MOENING, : MAY- IS, 1687.--TWENTY PAGES.
I will sell at auction at the resilience, No. 682 Dayton avenue, earner of
St. Albans street, on Monday, May 1(5, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, all of
the contents of tlie above residence, consist ing in part of one very line an
tique oak hall stand, one very elegant pillow hack lounge, upholstered in
Turkish embroidered plush, comfortable easy chairs, one very handsome
antique oak secretary, one very elegant Japanese corner etagre, tine
brass card stand, very rare Japanese, bronze Bros and vases, fine cherry
sideboard; elegant bedroom suites, in antique oak, cherry and ash; elegant
pillow lounge, upholstered in cut pile brocade; line parlor, bedroom and
dining-room furniture; good kite-ten range, hue china and cut-glassware,
Brussels.and ingrain cargets, etc., etc.; also a line collection of oil paint
ings, from the easels of such artists as C- Curtis, T. Verd and others: this
sale is by far the finest held this season, and should be well patronized by.
those of our people who are iv search of the best class of goods and. rare .
bric-a-brac. Do not let this opportunity escape you, or you will he sorry
A.M. Doherty, Auctioneer
422 WABASHA STREET.
AT AUCTION. • '
I will sell at auction on the premises on Chestnut street, between
West Seventh and Exchange streets, a very fine piece of property, 50x120
feet. This property is better known as the north 50 feet of lots 15 and 16,
in block 26, Rice & Irvine's addition. ..There is a great future before all
property in this section of the city, and it is only a question of a very
short time when prices will advance from 100 to 200 per cent, upon pres
ent values." It will be for your interest to watch this sale, which will
take place on Thursday, May 19, at 2:80 o'clock in the afternoon. For
further particulars inquire of
A. M. DOHERTY, ■
AUCTIONEER, 422 WABASHA STREET.
PATRICK EGAN, Administrator, 201 West Seventh Street.
On Western Avenue, With Improvements,
■ .. AT AUCTION.
I will sell at auction on the premises, on the corner of Fuller and
Western avenue, on Monday, May 16, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, lot 80,
in block 6, Marshall & Mackubin's addition, 39 1-2x123 feet, together with
the improvements thereon, consisting of a good two-story dwelling and
store. This property is situated on one of the most prominent business
streets of St. Anthony Hill and should call forth sharp competition. Tin*
neighborhood -is good, and the purchaser will easily net a good percentage
on his investment. The terms will be made very easy and will be given
on the grounds on the day of sale.
AUCTIONEER, 422 WABASHA STREET.
391 FEET FRONTAGE
On Western Avenue and Front Street •
I will sell at auction on the premises on Tuesday, May 17, at 3 o'clock
in the afternoor,t'velve fine lots on* Front street and Western avenue. This
property. is situated nearly opposite the Gorman School on Western ave
nue. The property lies well and is especially desirable for fine residence
purposes. The lots are nearly all 40x116 feet in size, running back to a
20-foot alley. The neighborhood is all that could be desired, being con
veniently situated and in a portion! of the city that is rapidly advancing
iv value. For a man of moderate means there has been nothing as yet
offered in this part of the city that cam in any way compare with it. The
terms will be made very easy and will be made known hereafter. Watch
the auction want column this week.
A. M. DOHERTY, Auctioneer,
Ui 422 Wabasha Street, St. Paul. !
VALUABLE LOT ON TILTON ST. AT AUCTION^!
I will sell at auction on the premises on Wednesday, May 18. at '.<
o'clock in the afternoon, lot 3 in block 3, Ramsey's Addition to St. Paul. j
4-oxl3o feet, with southern frontage on Tilton street, near the corner of
St. Peter street. This property is most desirably situated in the center
of the city, and in the immediate neighborhood of where, the most expen
sive improvements are being at present made. The street, is well graded
and curbed, with sewer anil gas mains passing in front of the. property.
The grounds are covered with a good healthy growth of fine, elm trees.
For fine residence purposes this property offers unusual advantages. Full j
particulars of this property will be given in these columns in a few days,
iror further particulars inquire of
A. M. DOHERTY, Auctioneer,
yMs: 422 Wabasha Street.
Beautiful Lots near the St. Paul Entrance of the State Fair rounds,
Improved and Unimproved, at
I Will Sell at Auction on the Premises, on
In the forenoon, on Sneliing avenue and Wynne street, Eighty-Nine line lots in the
Second and Third Division of Lake Park addition to St. Paul. This property is as
handsome a piece of property as can be found in the state. It lies as level as the
floor and is one of the finest natural law to be found anywhere. Upon six of these
lots there have been built neat cottages costing from $1,750 to $2,500 each. These
are all new and ready to be occupied. The balance of the property is vacant. For
fine Midway Property this stands without an equal, if, : perhaps, we may except St.
Anthony Park. It lies immediately north of Hamline and near the Northern Pacific
and Manitoba depots at that point, giving trains to and from the cities half-hourly
throughout the whole day. This, together with the fact that it lies immediately
adjoining the handsome grounds of tlie State Fair association, makes it especially
desirable as a residence location. There are good churches and schools in the im.
diate neighborhood, and good stores and markets within five blocks. The terms of
sale will be made known hereafter. Do not let this sale escape you, as it is the only
one that will ever be held here after this season.
FULL PARTICULARS OF THE SALE WILL BE GIVEN LATER.
A. Mo DOHERTY, Auctioneer
The First, Last and Only Sale of Lots
ST. ANTHONY PARK. '
I WILL ADVERTISE IN A FEW DAYS
About One Hundred Lots
In this Beautiful Addition, to be sold at AUCTION. This is the CREAM of the Midway Dis
trict, and you cannot afford to lose the chance. Watch the papers closely for the date and
terras of sale. It will be a bonanza to the purchasers. - There will be something- new in
the line of Auction Sales developed at the St. Anthony Park sale. Look for it, watch for it,
wait for it. It will pay you.
A, M. DOHERTY, Auctioneer.
By Especial Directions ofthe Officers of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway Company, I will sell at Auction on
. , the premises,
IN ROSCOE, D. T.,
The Present terminus ofthe Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul lilroad, over
Two Thousand Lots.
This will be the largest sale of Real Estate that has ever been held in the Northwest and
should be well patronized. The particulars of this great sale will be given later through
the columns of this paper and will lam sure be read with interest. The railroad company
will give an assurance of extensive improvements to be built at this point, in the way of
railroad shops, round house, etc. This will be a bonanza to the speculator, as the property
to be sold wili advance in value from 100 to 500 per cent, in less than twelve months.
Every statement made as to the intentions of the railroad company will be carried out to
the very letter.
This will not be a boom sale, but will only act as a stimulant to one of the most lively
towns in the territories. Watch the papers for a full description of property, time and
conditions of sale.
A. M. DOHERTY, Auctioneer,
422 WABASHA STREET.