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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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Compound words count two words, and
•very abbreviation counts the same as a full
In Every Case the Money Must Accom
pany the Order.
AGENT— A first-class man wanted, with
first-* lass recommendation, to take the
i-uy agency lor .Minneapolis oi me .r.iu:i j-jic-
Insurance* Company of Hartford, Conn.; !
also, live special tents to canvass in terri
tory embraced in the N'ortlnvestem branch;
none but first-class parties need apply. Apply
In person or by letter to B. F. -«:.iti!. Manager .
Northwestern branch, Room ll.Maunheimer
block, st. Paul. Minn. 33 I -'
BAKER— Cake baker wanted. Apply at
_ 300 Rice sr. 3
BARBER— White. 291 East Seventh st.
A R It KR— Wanted, a first-class white bar-
BkKKEK Wanted i first-class white bar
ber at 13*- Fast Third. 3
BOY— t.ov about 14 years of age for of- '
fice work. Apply at Dr. McCoy's office j
it 9 o'clock this morning. 3 j
BOY wanted at 303 Sherman »t. Call at !
once. 3 !
BOY WANTED- In law office must
speak and write English and speak Ger- i
Ban. Gebhard Willi corner Fourth and j
Robert sis. 3 i
CANVASSERS— Ten canvassers to sell
sewing machines; salary and commis- ;
sion. No. 27 East Third st. " 31-3,
COACHMAN— Situation wanted as coach
man by reliable young man used to the j
Sare of horses. Ben 25, Globe. 4 ,
OLLKCTOK —Wanted collector: must j
J know the city: reference and bond re- j
quired. Address J 97, Globe. 3 j
COLLECTOR -Wanted, a competent en- I
ergetic man as collector : one who is fa- j
miliar with the city and who can furnish I
references. Address Room 72. Court block.3 |
COOK— Wanted, a good hotel cook to go j
L to city of 25,000 inhabitants. Address ;
I 25, Globe. 33-34 ■
CIOOK— Wanted, young man to do night
Ly cooking at 98 East Seventh st. 5
COOK— Wanted, pastry cook at Interna j
<J lional hotel. 3 :
ELI VERY MAN— Wanted, man to drive I
delivery wagon. Call at 40 East Sev I
»nth st. : German preferred. 4 j
MAN — Wanted, energetic man with lest of j
references for steady work; call after 0 ;
to day. 79 West Thtd st". 3 |
A TAN— Wanted, bright young man to de
-'1 liver the Globe. W. F. Magraw, circa
Jator. 3 j
MANAGE!:— Wanted, a good man. with ;
means to run a first-class furnished
aotel: steam heat; all modern appointments; |
iixtv rooms for guests*, city of 30,000 hi- ;
habitants: Address P. 79. Globe. 3:5-34 i
MEN- A few good men who ate willing to |
ItX work: good pay. Call after S o'clock
it Room 41. Union block. 10 Fast Fourth st. '■.
Pot; wanted at 403 Broadway! Bar- I
ber shot.. 4 j
P_,arA_iit wauled with (500: saloon \
business: fine business; good oppor
tunity to right man, 01 East Fourth st. 2
HAKMACI ST— Registered pharmacist!
one willing to work, may secure perma
nent situation. Address Lobelia, postottiee
jox 22Q7. St. Paul. 3
SALESMAN wanted to travel in Dakota;
O must bean odd Fellow in good standing.
Inquire at Room 50. Court block. 33
SALESMAN— Wanted, salesman to travel
in Iowa: must be a Mason and have ref
trences. Address the St, Paul Bottling
yorks, 303 Sherman st. 32-3S
DTKXOtiKAI'HKItS and typewriters reg-
O isler for positions with Miss J. D. Iless,
room OS. Union block. 32-33
A ll.OK— First-class tailor to work by the
week; good chance for the right man;
153 West Seventh st. 4
Al LOR— Wanted, tailor at the Minnesota
Tailor shop. 415 Minnesota st. • 3
AII. OK- A good tailor to work by the
week; steady work at 105 West Sev
enth st. 3
TEACHER— For a temporary position with
a New York nuhlishiiiff house, teacher
of good standing; must have taught in the
city or vicinity and possess personal influ
ence with teachers; $18 salary. Address
School, Globe. 33
npEAMSTER— Wanted, a good teamster
J. for a few days. Apply at Curtice <St
Gray's, 371 Robert at 5
TELEGRAPH OPERATOR-* AN'O
STENOGRAPHERS -Register for
positions with Anna C. Drew, Hale Block.
St. Paul. 208*
TO LOAN— §2O, £50, Sl.-.0 to loan on fur
niture, pianos, etc; property left in your
possession. St. Paul Loan Co., 31MM& Jack
ton St.. Booms 1 and 2. 185*
RACK LAYERS for Nebraska; 52.25
per day. White & Co., 295 Jackson st.
VIOLIN TEACHER— Wanted, a good
teacher; private lessons preferred; state
terms. F 70, Globe. 2
WAITERS— Two waiters wanted; $1.50
per day; apply at once. Washington
hotel, 291 Sibley st. 32-33
WANTED— intelligent young men
or ladies to take course in stenog
raphy from capable shorthand reporter who
will obtain them situations paying from 500
toS7S per month when competent. I 83,
VI 7" anted— Young man that understands
VV the shoe business; must give good ref
erences. Apply at 170, corner Western and
Selby nvs. 5
WANTED— For the United States army-
VV cavalry, artillery and infantry, able
bodied, unmarried men between the ages of
twenty-one and thirty-five years; good pay,
rations, clothing and medical attendance;
desirable men especially needed for the
cavalry regiments, both white and. colored.
Apply to (apt. F. 1). Garretty. recruiting
officer, No 317 Wabasha st., St. 'Paul, Minn.
"\roi MEN— Wanted, three active
A young men to deliver the (Jlobe; must
come well recommended. Apply at once to
V. E. _________ circulator. " 4
LOST AVP FOIVP.
DOG LOST OR STRAY -A lane
Spaniel doe. with leather collar on: §5
reward will be paid fcr his return to 339
Washington st., St. Paul. ■ 33-35
GLOVE LOST— A left hand beaver glove
(gauntlet). Get reward by leaving at
C. G. Kollf, 323 Jackson st. 33
KEYS LOST— Bunch of keys on or near
Central Park Methodist church steps.
Finder leave at 483 Cedar st. and receive re
LOST— A little locket, turquoise
and gold, with initials M. B. 140 East
Third st. 33
IRSE LOST— On Third st., a lady's
purse containing a sum of money, a
baby's picture a.V » sleeping car cheek. *Be
turn to John Dodge. Merchants hotel. 32-33
RING LOST— A g-old ring with amethyst.
Return to 030 Cbrsdes st. and reward
will be paid. .. . - ■..,.. • 33
STRAYED from 371 Charles st. on Friday
last two black Spanish pointers; finder
will be rewarded by returning to above mini
ENGINE AND . iJOir.ER-one engine
and boiler in good conXtie/: four-horse
power; Rankin make; two years in use;
terms reasonable. L. Turf.le, Faribault.
Minn. . 83-33
HOUSEHOLD EFI-'IA'S — Furniture
nearly ne\_j. with or wi.4iout the house;
Central locatioi^rlddress E. M., Globe, 40
AGENTS— Lady agents In city and every
town in the Northwest for the best sell
ing article on earth ; $2 to $4 i>er day easily
made; call or write and secure territory. Tall
& Co., 421 Robert st„ St. Paul. 33 34
CHAM HER MAID— Wanted a girl to do
t chamber work and wait on table, at 49
West Fourth st. 4
CIOOK— Wanted, a cook and second girl at
y 037 Cedar st. 5
COOK— Wanted, a good, first-class girl:
one that can cook; 372 Exchange st. 4
COOK— Wanted, a cook at 405 Franklin
st. : call at once. 4
COOK— Wanted, smart voting girl to do
cooking; call to-day. &'2 East Eleventh
DISHWASHER— Wanted, dishwasher at
International hotel. 3
D" KESSMAKER — Wauled, a first class
dressmaker at Mrs. Dawson's, 'MO Day
ton :iv. ■ 3
INING-ROOM til KL— First-class din
ing-room girl wanted at once; 77 Sum
mit aye. 4
Ci IKI. wanted at 315 Grove st.
(~MKL— $15 a moulb to a competent girl;
■* German preferred. all 601 Selby ay. 5
GIRL goode Swede girl at 490 Dayton
ay. - I 4
CiIRL wanted; must be first-class. Apply
X at 20- Kice st. I 3
GIRL V anted, a strong girl to wash and
X help around the kitchen. Call at 02
Eleventh st. _3
IK L— Wanted, respectable young girl 10
X do light work in small private family
j for her board and go to school Apply at
I 1120 Kcancy st. 31-33
(■*« I Wanted, a good kitchen girl at 49
T West Fourth st. 3 i
C** IRL Wanted, one girl for dining room
T and clmmnci* work. 275 East Eighth I
• St. 3
GIRLS— Wanted, five more experienced
X girls for lunch counter. ice palate
grounds. call at 11 a. m. Minnesota st, en
j trance, right hand side. 5
C'IRLM Immediately, two girls for gen*
X er.nl work. Call at 57 East Tent. h. 5 !
i TTOrsEWOKK-- Girl for seiierm nonse-
JJJ. work. Apply at once at 7(5 Western ay. I
H OI'SEWOKK— GirIs wanted for general
housework; good homes and good pay. |
Bee Hive Enterprise. 57 East Fifth st. 33 i
oFsKWOKK— Wanted, a good girl at j
186 St .Peter st. 5 |
Ot'SEWOßK— Wanted, an experienced j
girl to do general housework in a small \
family; must give reference. Mrs. E. K.
Clymer. 4 Viola st. 83-35 '
Ot'SEWORK— GirI to assist at general
housework; 23*2 West Seventh st. . ,4
HOI SKIVOKK-tiin for general 'house
work; must be good cook and furnish I
references. Apply to 7G Western ay. 4 |
HOUSEWORK— Girl to do general house
work. No. 314 Eighth st. 4
OUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work in small family. 03 East Fill
more ay. - - - 4
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl- for -gen -
eral housework: must understand cook
ing: call at once at 405 Franklin st. . 4
OUSEWORK— GirI for general iiouse
work; small family. Apply 251 Igle
hart st. 4
OI'SKWOKK— Wanted, a girl for gen
eral housework. 043 Dayton ay. "" 4
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl forgen
eral housework at 343 Dayton ay. 3
OI'SEWORK— GirI to assist in" light
housework at 489 Broadway. • -- : 3
OUSEWORK— GirI for general house
at 603 John st. 7 3
OUSEWORK— a girl for general ho.use
work: family of four. 337 Goodrich I
avenue. " 3 ;
H OUSEWORK— A girl for housework.
Call at 205 Olmstead st. Mrs. Han -
Hoi'skw — Wanted, competent girl
for general housework at 003 John si. 3
KITCHEN GIRL wanted at 407 Robert
IV st. 3
K~" ITCHKN WORK— A g od giTTr j
•IV kitchen work. Call at O'-u Summit aye. I
LAUNWREss at 379 East 'lentil st. '
; 3 j
Nt'KSE— A respectable, elderly person
1 wanted to attend to baby: will have ;
comfortable home and wag is*. - Apply 7"<;
St. Peter st. ':•:; -34
NURsis A lady who needs a home m cam
for a eh; hi. " Address g 71.* Globe. .3
O-ilKi PJNLSiIEK — A first-class shirt
kTj finisher, to work after machine. West
Side Steam Laundry. 4
ffTAI i RES y— Wanted . wa-mss at 8;
_ V Western ay. 5
McKeai ley & <.'<.■•„
Union block, ::or. Fourth and Cedar sts.
ATTENTION— Any one wishing to go into
boarding or room-renting business, come
and see two of the handsomest hoarding
houses in the city, twelve and fourteen
rooms, at a sacrifice and easy terms*, also two
flats finely furnished rooms", within ten min
utes' walk from postoffice; all full of room
ers, at a price that will astonish you. Pos
itively the best second-class hotel in St.
Paul, ten years straight lease, 100 i aarders.
at a bargain: owner going to California for
health of family. Do not apply for this hold
unless you mean business. Those are only a
few of our endless list of bargains. We'do
some trading. McKenney & Co.. 43 East
Fourth st.. Union blotk, Room 45. Take the
: M •-*<•<- il-im-otl*- lliiMiitcss i ii;ill.-<
AT CHOICE prices you will find a liv •.•>*
stable, hand laundry, grocery s;, es,
I confectionery stands, restaurants, boarding
j houses, feed and commission store, saloons
ana otner property, winch you will do well !
to examine before purchasing elsewhere, at j
Koenigsberg it Swart/ 12** East Sixth st., I
opposite Hotel Ryan. 33 ;
A FURNISHED FLAT of fifteen rooms, j
with steam heat and elevator, paving 1
|85 per month net profit; price, $450. Faldc
& Gair. 51 East Fourth st. ' 3*2-33 I
RICK.YARD For Sale— A brickyard com- |
pletc to make 30.000 bricks a day in \
Menomonee, Wis., for sale. For further par- :
tiwilars inquire room GO", Boston block,
Minneapolis, Minn. 32-35 j
RUG iscsiNEss— for over |
four years. Inquire at store, 495 Ohio <
st. 3339 ;
FOR SALE— Bee Hive Enterprise, '■
with an established trade, at a sacrifice; i
owners engaged mother business the only
reason for selling. Koenigsberg & Swart*/,.
12S East Sixth st. 33 ;
FOR SALE— stationery, news depot and i
cigar store in one of the best towns in j
the Northwest; will sell at sacrifice on ac- j
count of poor health. Address S, Globe.
FOR SALE— A new, clean siock of gen- 1
eral merchandise; good trade; location
central; also fixtures and a new two-story
building in Hutchinson, which is one of the
most driving towns ill Minnesota; sickness
of one of owners the reason for selling; it
will pay you to look this up. Address Zeleny
& Stuck Hutchinson, Minn. 31-37
FOR SALE— drug stock in a booming
town in Northern Minnesota; stock in
ventories $2,000: first class opening for a
person speaking French. Address J E. care
Globe, St. Paul. 28-33
FOR SALE— Restaurant, doing a good
business, with living rooms up stairs and
cheap rent; also a well located hotel, doing
excellent business. Address X 77, Globe.
FOR SALE— First-class grocery and cigar
business in this city; centrally and well
located; capital required, 55,000 to $10,000.'
Address Lock Box 2230, City. 24-37
HOTEL— Smith's Park hotel lor sale or
rent. 223 East Sixth st. 29-58
NEWSPAPER- newspaper office for
sale in a good locality; terms easy. Ad
dress E 100, Globe. 31-44
IIOE STORE— For sale; $0,000 stock;
O cash or city real estate, in part oral!. Ad
dress A. 8., Globe. 29-35
SODA WATER FACTORY for Sale—
Well established, doing a large and profit
able business; best opportunity ever offered;
for a short time only. Address It 3, Globe.
To HOTEL MEN— The best hotel in one
of the best towns in the Lake Superior
country, doing a paying business, can be
bought cheap; will require about $10,000
cash, balance on lime at 8 per cent. For
full particulars call at Boom 'F," Merchants
hotel, St. Paul, (until Saturday next), be
tween 2 and ('» p. in., or address A. C. Bache
lor. Duliith, Minn. ". 32-33
ILL TRADE a good slock of clothing
and gents' furnishing goods lor St.
Paul real estate. Call or address 232 East
Seventh st. , ... 31-37
1/1 IMPROVED FARMS, 20,900 acres
1U of agricultural lands, 4.000 acres of
hardwood lands near railroad, 20,000,000
feet standing pine, several blocks of im
proved property In city of 30,000 inhabi
tants; will exchange all or any of the above
for St. Paul or Minneapolis real estate, or
stocks of merchandise. Address L 59,
Globe. ■ . 33 34
*£*J ATO S2OU to loan on furniture, rau
'$>I*J sic.il instruments, vehicles or live
stock; cash advauceu on goods in storage.
St. Paul Loan Co., 309 Vi Jackson tit., Kooms
i land 2. 185»
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY-. .i&HLOBE: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1888.— TEN PAGES.
SITUATION WASTED, g
BO v would like a situation in a store or to
drive a delivery wagon; speaks English
and German. P. F., Globe. 3
BUTCHER— situation wanted by a man
that is well experienced in the butcher
business, in a butcher shop. Address B 58,
BOOKKEEI'ER— singls or double-entry
books to post or balance; references and
security. J. A. Gianlvalley, 74 South Kob
ert st. " 1
CLEKK— Smart, active young man de
sires position in office; good penman
with some knowledge of bookkeeping; best
of references. Address (J 05, Globe. 31 34
CLXXX— young man. (17) work in
wholesale house or store. Jennings,
corner Eighth and John. 3
CLERK— a yovng man wants situation in
wholesale house; lias bad four years'
experience as shipping clerk. Addicts X '25,
■■...'.,.. - 3
GLEKK— An experienced French clerk
J wants situation in a grocery store. Ad
dress Stillwater Hardware company, Still
water, Minn. '2
CIOACUJMAJN— Young man wants a posi
tion as private driver; can speak Eng
lish and German well; experience. J. 8.C.,
DRUG CLERK— Wanted, situation in a
drug store where some time can be bad
to study; am eighteen years old; nineteen
months experience in a" country town; un
derstand some German; best of reference. 1..
A. Helhveg, 070 Pine st„ St. Paul, or Owa
tonua, Minn. 33-34
EMPLOYMENT — man wants good
situation in wholesale house; any kind
of employment; has had ' four years' ex
perience as shipping clerk. Address D. 38
MI'LOYMENT — Young man, Xorwc
gian, wants a place to work for a private
family in the city. Address 1 59, Globe. 5
EMI*I.OYMKXT— Wanted, work of any
kind by a young man. Address L 50,
Globe. " 4
EMPLOYMENT — Situation wanted at
once by married man; good penman;
used to office work; references. Address A.
E. 1.. 1049 Arcade st. . 3
EMPLOI Mlii NT— Situation wanted by
young man in hardware stores-refer
ences given. -Address 1) TO. Globe. - — — 3
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted in warehouse,
packing room or office; good writer,
quick at figures; small salary. L, 95 Con
cord st. * 4
EMPLOYMENT — A young man. seven
teen, wants work in wholesale house or
store; will work cheap; city references.
Apply 38? East Eighth st. 3
MPLOYMENT— A young man having
experience in architectural drawing:
wishes work at once. Address 1 81, (ilobe. 3
MPLOYMENT Wanted — Young man
twenty years of age and a good penman,
would like situation of any kind in an office
or store: wages small on start. Address C
W X, Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT-FA good, industrious,
steady man wants employment; will do
any work required. Louis M. Saudberg, 321
Robert st. 1
MPi.OYMENT— Young man (Swede).,
competent bookkeeper and correspond
ing clerk, who speaks German, English and
French perfectly, wants employment; best of
city references. G 74. Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT— situation wanted by a
man that is handy to make himself gen
erally useful; references. Address C 55,
EMPLOYMENT— A young German, with
good references, wishes to work for
board and room in an English family. Ad
dress J OS, Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT— Energetic, executive
business man of thirty, thoroughly
familiar with credits, collections and gen
eral business affairs; unquestionable refer
ences, desires a permanent situation with a
reputable business house. ■ Address 70,
MPLOYMENT— Wanted, situation in a
grocery store by a young man with eight
years' experience; can speak English and
German: good references furnished. Ad
dress E93. Globe. 1
E MPLOYMENT by young man aged
thirteen years in a dry goods store. Ad
; dress 1 72. Globe. * '2
EMPLOYMENT— A young man desires
situation in grocery store. Address
311 East Robic st. . 1
ENGINEER— i>ituation3vauted, by an ex
pert engineer of over twenty years' ex
| perience; received medal of honor from king
, of Denmark: highest recommendations. Ad
, dress Box '22. Lindstrom, Minn. 27-37
FIREMAN— Situation wanted as fireman;
good reference. Address I s<>, Globe. 3
LAWVKK- A young attoruev wishes a sit
uation in a law or real estate office. Box
! 462, Clark, 1). T. 31-33
MAN — Man wants a job corking bottles.
Henry Girard, 130 Baton ay. 1
POKTEK— Wanted a situation as fireman
or porter. Inquire for porter at Eden
JMusee, or John Ash by at same place. 4
PRESSMAN- situation as pressman.
Address S. G., Globe Office. 4
STENOGRAPHER— Position in railroad
- or law office by expert stenographer.
; '2$ South Tenth st.. Minneapolis. 3
STKNOti RAP HER and" typewriter with
three years' experience in railroad and
; mercantile business desires a position. Ad'
i dress X 78, Globe. 4
TINSMITH— Situation by first-class tin
smith and sheet iron worker, pump and
: furnace work ; capable of taking charge. Ap-
I ply to .1. HO. lobe. 33-35
I r PI'KNEK— A young man wants a position
I JL to work as turner in a shop either in St.
J Paul or Minneapolis. I 57, (-lobe. 3
CLERK— A young lady of good social
■> standing wishes a position in a dry goods
i store; has some experience: can bring refer
• enco. Address A. B. B„ Globe Office. 4
CLERK— situation wanted by a young |
lady in a dry goods or notion "store! or in
office; can give references, <; 50, Globe. 1
COMPOSITOR would like place; " have
had experience in both job and news
paper work: would prefer newspaper work.
Address II 87. Globe. 3
DHESSMAKING^A dressmaker of four j
years" experience would like to get sew- !
ing in families; understands cutting and fit- !
ting: will work cheap. X OS. Globe. 3
RESSMAKING— A young lady wants a
place to work for her board and finish
learning the dressmaking trade; has consid
erable experience. Address B, Globe. 3
MPLOYMENT— experienced gradu
ale wishes employment in school or
family. Is a neat dressmaker. References.
i Address Governess, Postoflice. 4.
i^3II'LOYMENT-Lady, experienced in \
- teaching English music and painting I
desires position in family or would do office
work or bookkeeping; highest testimonials.
Address D 89, Globe. -1
NURSE— A widow wishes to take care of
children: can do all kinds of sewing:
: wishes a good home. Address A 40, Globe. 4
TVrUJRSE— A widow wishes to take care of
j li baby or lady; wishes a good home;
speaks German. Address PB. Globe. 0
SEWING— a German widow wishes to do
sewing in families; will work for $3 a
I week. 852 Beaney st. 4
ITUATION Wanted— By a young girl to
I O work in private family and go to school.
I Call at 319 East Seventh St. l I
SITUATION By a young girl sixteen
years old to work for her board ai.d go
to school. Call or address 319 East Seventh
"1117" ASHING— A woman would like two
VV days' work a week washing, ironing,
scrubbing or any work by the day. Address
31, Globe. l
WASHWOMAN— place to wash
two or three days each week. Apply
j 475 Temperance st. 4 j
WORK— Mrs. Collins wishes to engage |
work by the day; house cleaning,
washing, ironing or work of any kind. 333
East Seventh st. - 7-: ; ; 1
BOA RD— Board and nicely furnished
rooms; furnace heat; use of bath. 533
! Broadway. 33-34
j BOARD— Two ladies or gentlemen can
1J get first-class table board at 384 North
Exchange st. 33-34
OARD— Young Gills Home. 020 St. Peter
St.; board and lodging $2.50 per week;
reading room free; for respectable young
girls only. 1141
MONEY— $20 to $200 to loan on articles
of value , property left in your posses
sion. St. Paul Loan Co., 309V2 Jackson st..
Rooms 1 and 2. 185»
QEVENTH ST., '232 WEST— Nicely fur
kJ nished bedroom with board and use of
BOARD— Wanted, board and room by two
gentlemen: Lower town preferred;
slate terms. Address II 86, Globe. 33-34
BOARD by young man, in private family,
within a reasonable distance of business
center, not to exceed $5 a week. Address II
(13, Globe. 83
DYE WORKS. ,
DL. JAMIESOJN & CO.'S Steam Dye
• Works— clothing }a: specialty.'
14 West Sixth St., St. Paul, Minn. 134*
c _! RIfCR BEST;
1 •• m i '■ . .
A * '. . Houses-
HOUSE For rent, eight-room house, Cor
ner Hoffman ay. and East Sixth; fur
nace and bath; only $35 per month. David
son. Bayard _c Co., 321 Robert st. 31-33
HOUSE for Rent— Anew six-room house,
with city water and sewer connections
and good stable. Inquire at 248 lglchart st.
■ - • 32-34
APARTMENTS— For rent, unfurnished
suite of apartments, steam heat, electric
light, bath room, etc., in new brick block,
corner Tenth and St. Peter sts.; also one
nicely furnished room same place. Apply
room 73, Globe building. 31-35
BERKJRI AN BLOCK; West Sixth and
Franklin sts.— Suite of five rooms for
housekeeping; modern conveniences. In
quire in the block. 32-36
ROADWAY, 300— Corner 7th St., three
rooms, furnished for housekeeping, to a
party without children. 33-34
EDAR, ST., 500, Opposite Capitol—
Pleasant rooms. 33-34
C" HESTMJT AYE.. 321, one block from
Seven Corners— front room with
closet and heal $12. 33-34
COLLEGE AY., 24— Good rooms on reav
•** sonable terms, heated with steam ; good '
view (i cc palace. 28-34
KJHT II ST., 275, EAST— For rent, ;
two parlors with board; furnace heat; ,
one room suitable for one or two gentlemen,
with or without board. 29 35
IGHTII ST., 217 EAST— To rent, two I
nicely furnished rooms ; one alcove
with closet. 31-30 '.
J^IFTII ST., 39, WEST— Two nicely tur-
-T uished rooms, with or without board.
FURNISHED FLAT— Desirable seven-'
room Hat, nicely furnished, to satis
factory tenant: newly papered and kalso
mined: street cars pass" by the door centrally
located; second lloor; hot water; clean and
convenient. Address Cosy Flat, Globe. 15*
INTII 5T., 13, EAST— Suite of furnished
- rooms. 32 -33
RICE ST., 477— Pleasant furnished front
rooji, with stove, for" one or two gen
tlemen. '.„; _.7J .. • ..,. .'. ,"", 32-34
ROBERT ST.. 533— Two well fuuriMied
rooms in private family; use of (hath;
reierence required. • ■ -v,- .■ ■ -igrf-ag %
ROOM- Front room, 'comfortably fur-
JV nished, with full or . partial board, for
two gentlemen together, 'bath room, etc., in
private family; fifteen minutes' from whole
sale center, St. Peter st. Address X 72, Globe.
ROOMS — For rent, four rooms; furniture
for sale cheap. Call tit 100 Robert st.,
West St. Paul, Fitzer block, Boom 7; or fur
niture for sale without rooms. 32-34
ROOMS— Fifth anil Robert sts.,
furnished rooms: flats for light house
keeping; large rooms for light manufactur
ing. Inquire 11. C. Hemenway. 27-36
ROOMS— Handsomely draped and fur
nished rooms, steam heat, excellent ac
commodations for Carnival visitors, Bear
don block, corner Seventh and Minnesota.
Miss Scherer. 27-35
SUMMIT AYE., 77— Furnished rooms,
►75 two blocks from ice palace: board in
EVKNTH ST., 277, WEST— WeII fui^
►3 nished and heated rooms for carnival
visitors, at reasonable prices; or will rent to
permanent parties. 2K*
PEIiCE ST., '223 — Furnished room ;
furnace heat and bath. 31-37
OT. PETER ST.. 459— Furnished rooms to
CJ rent, suitable for two or four gentlemen.
T~ I LTON IST.. 78— A furnished front room
down stairs. • 27-33
TILT ON, 62 Two furnished i onus in a
private family ; must be permanent.
T~hTko~sT., 11, KAST— Unturnished
front rooms for rent. 31-33
KSK ROOM for rent at 127 Globe build
ing. __. .. 2»*
OFFICES — For rent, an elegant suite of J
offices (.three rooms), two single office ,'
five sleeping rooms, and desk room; ground
floor, steam Beat, electric light, elevator and
water closets. Apply to James 11. Da\*id>on,
51 East Fourth. Union block. 32-:. 8
OFFICE— Large Office for Rent— We have i
for rent a very desirable ground floor:
office in an excellent locality in the city. In
quire of-Jlaguire Bros., real estate and Joan*, i
Globe building. 28-34;
7, ..... . .'. . Stores. ,'.;"„,„ . i \
OR KENT— B!o<-k No. 305 West Seventh I
st.; basement, barber shop, store, tw*>
flats. ■ - ■ ■" ■' ■ 32-45 j
Si'OKB-^ln Knauft block. East Seventh
st; desirable locality, Inquire at 3tii»l
East Seventh. 27-33 J
BUTCH XX SHOP— For rent, butcher]
shop furnished complete; good shop
for the right man. X 90. Globe. 29-35;
BUILDING — The building formerly decu j
pied by the Globe; will make such
changes as may be desired by tenant. In- ,
quire of C. A. Easterly, Room 3, Maimheimerj
«i:.41, ESTATE FOR SALE.
. i «-<•«■ 31 ;-> cons City i.ist.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE and alt outer
manuscripts copied perfectly by Anna
C. Drew. Hide block, opposite Merchants.
C'~ OTTAGK FOB SALE— First-class cot
tage'; monthly payments; only chance;
secure a home: easy terms. 8. J. Ahem, 368
FARM — Eighty-acre farm for sale or ex
change for city property : close to Fort
Snelling. George F. l'arringer & Co. 3415
East Fourth st. ; 31-38
C*OK SAL— ! Ben l— Piece of ground con
-T taiiiinsr six lots, saloon, meat market, two
dwelling houses, nil in good order. . Address
A. Balm, Altoona, Wis. 20-40
REAL. ESTATE -We have a few pieces of
extra good property for sale cheap; in
side lots and garden lots, house and lot- on
Arlington Heights, and one on Prospect Ter
race, and one on St. Anthony Hill, which
must be soid soon: also farms of almost
every description in many different localities
for sale and exchange at Koenigsberg &
Swartz's, 128 East Sixth st., opposite Hotel
REAL ESTATE for Sale.— One large lot
on the corner of Eagle and Franklin sts.,
cheap. Lot-, acre lots ami houses with lots
and farms on and near Rice st. at all prices
and on easy terms. J. F. Eisenmenger, 472
Rice si. ■ ' * 27-50
ITrKS* ST. PAUL PROPERTY at a
VV Bargain.— West 100 feet lot 2, block
00. West St. Paul Proper. $5,000 net: 15 lots
in block 53, West St. Paul Real Estate _ Im
provement Syndicate JJNo. 4, $550 net cash:
28 lots (1 to 10, block 31, and 5 to 22, block
20.) West St. Paul Heal Estate Syndicate No.
2, $500 net each. American Realty company,
Minneapolis, Minn. 27-34
i)(\ (\(\(\ ACRES, including valuable
A\Ji/\/yj\J timber, meadow ami prairie
land, for sale altogether or in small tracts;
easy terms. For full particulars address
Henry 11. Budget t. Long Prairie, Minn.
nLOBfi BUS I NESS COLLEG Learn
vT telegraphy, shorthand, bookkeeping,
typewriting, etc.; chance to mafee expenses
while learning; send for circulars. F. A.
Marou, Davidson block, St. Paul. 33-30
EARN TO WRITE— student com-
J raencing a course before the loth will
receive an elegant piece of flourishing and
lettering direct from the pen. These pieces
are gems. St. Paul Institute of Penmanship,
C. L. Brimhall Penman. 49 East 4th 5t.33-40*
PR IYATE instruction in Munson's system
of shorthand. Male E. Nichols, 89 West-
Fifth St. 320*
S" CHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND'
typewriting— Standard system; lessons
day and evening, or by mail; evening class!
Tuesday and Friday evenings; send for cir
culars. " Miss J. D. Hess, Room 08, Union!
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, Type-wriV
*'ng and Telegraphy— First-class and ex
clusive; names of graduates now holding po
sitions sent on application; systems taught, J
Eclectic, Pitman and Graham; lessons day
and evening or by mail ; send for circulars.
Anna C. Drew, Hale block, corner Jackson'
: and Third sts., St. PauL , 332*
______gg TO gggX. ,7
BUILDING— Wanted, building, two stories
. and basement, for manufacturing pur
poses to rent for term of years. Address O.
S. & C, 329 Jackson St., St. Paul. 32-35
ENCYCLOPEDIA— Wantel. : Johnson's
encyclopedia, last edition, half morocco.
Address John Fletcher, St. Paul P. O. 31-33
HOUSE— Wanted to rent, by the 20th of
February, house of about eight rooms
and good barn; centrally located; all con
veniences; small family; permanent resi
dents. Address BS J, Globe. 33-37
STORE Wanted— Suitable lor dry goods
business in good retail location ; state
price and location. B 09, Globe. 31-33
MRS. STADEIELD, of West Third St.,
has removed to 63 East Third. 29-35
MB, D. GROUSE, the notable clairvoy
ant and mind render,*: is in the* city,
again, and can be found at '40 West Fourth
■t. -Price, *l. yyy ■'■yr-y.-.y y 27-33
Were printed in the Globe's Advertising
Columns in 1887. This is the best evidence
that the Globe is the People's Paver.
WHERE WANTS CAN BE LEFT
FOR INSERTION IN
LYONS & TICKNOR. Druggists, 707 East
Third street, corner Bates.
CONGER BROS.. Druggists, 349 University
. avenue, corner Virginia. , -
MOUNTS A SAWYER, Grocers, comer Ash
land avenue and Dale street. ■■ ■■ :
A. P. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 761 West
- Seventh street.
BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue.
E. FOX, 4P2 Rice street.
O. P. WILLIAMS, 648 Reancy street.
FRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue.
J. 11. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street.
F. VAN DI'VNE, Druggist, B*2B East Sev
enth street. .
HIPPLER & COLLY ER, Druggists, 199
East Seventh s*^ "i.
JOHN FIHLO.T. TRADING COMPANY,
Grocers, 627 Jackson street.
■WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners.
Innesota MORTGAGE loan
•if A Company— Loan from $10 upward on
furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with
out removal; also on warehouse receipts,
• diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackey,
■ manager. Room 14, First National bank build
inc. St. Paul, and Room 7, Mackey-Letrg
block, Minneapolis. ' . 250*
MONEY' is loaned by us on improved real
estate security iv St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Duluth at 6, 6V2, 7, 7V2 per cent., on
shortest notice, for any amount. R. M. New
port & Son, investment bankers, 152, 153
and 154 Drake block. St. Paul. - 73*
MONEY TO LOAN— By Hunt & Sever 7
Itl . ancc, 34 East Third st., room 1 ; in
large and small amounts on furniture, horses,
carriages, libraries; -warehouse receipts, etc.;
the same to-xemain in the owner's posses-
sion; also on watt-nes, jeweiry, diamonds,
etc; business strictly confidential; a private
room for ladies'.' ' _■ 292*
I\T~ONK V LOANED on all kinds of per
iVJ. tonal property, diamonds, jewelry.fiimi
ture, horses, etc.; commercial paper and
lime checks purchased. E. W. Leonard &
Co., 120 East Third st. 201*
MONEY TO LOAN— By the St. raid
Trust Company, 8100,000, in sums of
$1,000 to 520,000. Purchase money mort
gages cashed .
OJSKY LOANED on all kinds ot per
sonal property, household furniture,
horses, etc.; also.on diamonds. and. jewelry;
commercial paper discounted. Security Loan
Co., 325 Jackson st., J. E. Flanigan, mana
ONt'V TO LOAN on real estate and
MON'L'Y TO LOAN on real estate and
good first mortgages bought by S. 11.
Dyer, real estate and Toans,s2 German-Ameri
can bank. 1 00*
"jITONKY TO LOAN, m sums to suit, trom
1»X SI up, on watches, diamonds and 'all
goods of value; special rates on sums of §50
and over. J. E. Ingham, 327 Jackson st.
- . 240* ■ -
„A FEW. thousand dollars 'to loan withcu
xx commission ; mortgages bought. 11. Cald
well, Chamber of Commerce "building. 32-33
(~^l EOK«K 11. EVANS, Real Estate. Boom
X J), National German-American bank-
Stock of St. Paul Land company and Union
Land company bought and sold, on commis
sion or for persona] account. 15-45
OTOCK — to sell, some full paid-up
O non-assessable Vermillion iron' range
stock; owner wants money. Andress G 72,
Globe. • --31-33
<j»1 1 \ tS'ir>, *50,~»100" TO LOAN on tur :
♦PJLU niture, pianos, carriages, horses,
cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any
other article of value; cash advance made on
r Foods in storage; promptness and privacy
guaranteed iv making; our loans; reasonable
rates and no outside fees. St. Paul Loan
company, So. 30tH_ Jackson st., ltoonis 1
and '1. (__*
AGENCY WANTED- By real estate linn
the agency of one or more insurance
companies for Minnesota- and Dakota. Ad
dress O X, P. O. Box 1131. Grand Forks,
C DOSTUM Masquerade and theater cos
i tunics for rent at 56 East Seventh st. by
Louise JKeitmann; country orders given
> prompt attention. 328*
-fr\ *.*!., "J AIOJN' OF -"AKTNKRSHII*—
*M Martin Norse having purchased mv
•iitterest in the firm of Norset it Anderson, of
Evan. Brown county, Minnesota, is hereby
authorized to collect all linn accounts, and
will pay ail linn debts. Alfred Anderson.
_ '___ 32-34
SHORTHAND and typewriting ot all
kind' done perfectly. Miss J. D. Iles's,
-Boom US, Union block; stenographers fur
'OXOUAGfrI AND FOKVt AKOING— Con-
O signments solicited of all kinds of mer
chandise, implements, furniture and house
hold goods; we have the largest and best
warehouse in the city, connected by railroad
tracks for receiving/storing and transferring,
or if space is desired either in basement or
upper stories we can let same at very reason
able rates; warehouse and office,3s9 -and 339
East Third St.. St. Paul. Minn. St. Paul
Storage, Forwarding and Implement com
pany. 11. A. Canron, manager; telephone call
298-2. " 53*
TYPEWRITING and shorthand wort or
all kinds done perfectly by Anna C.
■Drew, Hale block: no risk in bringing your
work here; experienced operators, perfect
work, low prices: work called tor and de
livered; estimates given. Telephone, .852-2
WE WILL remove snow, ashes, rubbish
or garbage by the barrel, load or con
tract. St. Paul Odorless Excavating Com
pany, Rooms 72 and 73, Court Block. |« 7-30
WE WANT to buy all the old waste
paper, books, iron, rags, stoves, bottles,
etc.. we can Ret, and will pay full value in
cash; will call for such goods in any part of
the city, free of charge. Call on or drop a
postal to ,1. Firestone. 202 Jackson St., corner
Second. Telephone 00-3. 310*
OT TO EXCHANGE— WiII exchange
-1-i good lot for horse and cutter. .George
F. Barringer & Co., 14(1 East Fourth st. -
. .. 31-36
MONEY TO LOAN— SIS- and upwards on
personal property of any description;
Property left in your possession. St. Paul
Loan Co., 309 V-! jaekson st., Rooms Laud 2.
. ■ "■ - 15."." '• ; - '.
TO _XCHAN(iE-l want 'to trade a good
improved farm in South Dakota for
horses or cattle. A. B. Lucas, Castalia,
Charles Mix county. Dak. j_ 32-33
TO EXCHANGE— WeII located restaiT
rant doing good business for a saloon,
without license.' Address E 01, ('lobe. 32-35
To exchange-- 006,000 feet of dressed
lumber to trade tor city lot: one hand
laundry worth $750 to trade for lot. Fable
& (iair*. 51 East Fourth st 32-33
Tl> EXCHANGE— Some nice acre prop
erty for a stock of groceiers. S. ('.,
__ j___jj__g_g TRANSFER.
THE BUSINESS heretofore curried on by
K. 11. Bowen and John <;. Short, known
as the Minnesota Bottling company, has this
day been transferred to the Ph. Best Brewing
company, by mutual consent.
All book accounts contracted previous to
Feb. 1, 1888, are to be paid to the old liim.
' Thanking the public for the kind patronage
entrusted to us, we beg to solicit the continu
ance of the same to the new linn.
E. H. Bowen,
John G. Shout.
Referring to the above, we take pleasure
to state that this business will be continued
in the same manner as heretofore, at the old
stand, No. 16 East Seventh st. Having in
mind the excellence of our goods, we hope
that by promptness and courtesy we shall
enjoy the same liberal patronage from the
public that the old firm has received in this
city and vicinity in the past.
'■;■".-. Ph. Best Bukwino Co.
•yyr.y-. Branch St. Paul. '
: St. Paul. Minn., Feb. 1. 1838. '■■ ' 32-34
.. •- i>ici:ssn aki.\<;.
DRESSMAKERS— Wanted dressmakers
to call at Mrs. Elliott's cloak rooms,
room 4, Mannheimer block, and test the cel
ebrated Follett system of dross cutting; it is
simple in use, accurate In c\cry curve and
line; it is indorsed and used by the leading
houses of Philadelphia, New York and Bos
ton, and stands to-day the leading system in
America; the sleeve system is unrivaled and
will be sold without the dress system" if de
sired; tests can be made at the rooms; this
system has the new French bias attachment,
which gives it a style that no other system
can boast of. Agents wanted. '32*
WASTED TO BUT. •• : •
OKTGAGES- Wanted to buy, a few
purchase money mortgages. Address
F 91, Globe. 31-33
WANTED TO HIT V— Some second-hand
shelving suitable for a general store;
also large square wood stove, with drum;
also counter and office fixtures; must be
cheap. Address J WW, Globe. 33 37
WANTED— To buy , cheap for cash, sec
ond-hand portable forge -and anvil.
Call on or address M. Burch, 403 Farriugtou
aye. 7, 83-34
HORSES AMI) CARRIAGES.
DOUBLE TEAM, bobbs, wagon, harness,
etc., wanted at 76 East Fifth st. 32-34
HORSE FOR SALE— Black, four-year
old, fl no general purpose or carriage;
weight 1,200 pounds; warranted in every re
spect; cheap. E. R. (handler, corner Walker
and Taylor ays., llumline. 33
HORSES— For sale, forty head of heavy
draft horses at Charles Brown's sale
bam, 692 East Third st., Dayton's bluff.
• 26 31 -
rJJNSURE your horses and cattle in The
Sterling Live Stock Insurance com pan v,
509 Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. 342*
ACER— Fast pacer for sale ; time 2:23 or
better. H 90, Globe. 31-33
PONIES IFOR SALE— Thirty head of
Shetland ponies, at Schutte's sale stable
on Rosabel st., oetween Third and Fourth sis.
Imported direct from the Shetland islands,
and are a li rat-class lot; aged from 3 to 7
years; height, 3S to 48 inches; they are well
broke, safe for children to ride and drive;
every animal guaranteed. They will be at
the head of the St. Paid Park display Feb. 1 .
Also English Shir*; and Percheron stallions
for sale. For terms and price cal Jal stable
or address John Zelch, St. Paul. 28-33
SHETLAND PONIES will be on Carnival
lO grounds every day for children to ride
and drive. -33
1 1 LAND I'ONIF-S for sale at Pom -
roys barn, corner Eighth and Sibley sis.
J«-bl», Johnson & C'o.,Ati<-tion<-<*rs
INDIAN CURIOSITIES at auction— We
will sell at auction at our salesroom. No.
422 Wabasha St., commencing on Saturday,
Feb. 4. at 10 a. m., a very large assortment of
Indian curiosities, consisting of stone war
Clubs, bows, arrows and quivers, tobacco and
pipe pouches, sashes, badges.buckskin shirts,
pants, coats, papoose tepees and spears,
shields and Indian-painted buffalo robes; in
fact an endless amount of small trinkets;
also trimmed and un trimmed buffalo horns,
very good diamond willow canes and pipe
stone goods. These goods have been secured
at much expense, time and labor, from the
Sioux reservation, by one who has resided in
that vicinity for a number of years. These
goods will he on exhibition Thursday and
Friday of this week. Parties should not fail
to call and examine them, for they are a
curiosity that is not very often shown. Jebb.
Johnson A* Co.. Auctioneers.""' 33
Jts. K. JAMES, MANICURE!, PKDl
cure and dermatologist: all diseases of
the hands, feet and skin successfully treated.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 0 p. m. Parlors,
100-5. Globe building; take elevator. 21-50
[OFFICIAL PUBLICAT 10N.J
Vacation of Part of Alley in
Block 4, Forestdale Addition.
City Clerk's Office, J
St. Pall, Jan. '24. 1888. , r
Whereas, A petition has been filed in
this office by order of the Coninjon
Council, as required by law, asking for
the vacation of the westerly one hun
dred and twenty (120) feet of the alley
in block four (4), Forestdale addition;
and. ' 7 -
Whereas, The petitioners state that
they are a majority of the owners of
property abutting upon and along the
line of said alley asked to be vacated,
and that the object and reason for such
vacation as asked for is that said west
erly 120 feet of said alley is about to be
rearranged so as to face the lots on For
est street, and in lieu of the land asked
to be vacated the owners will dedicate
an alley running north and south,
which proposed alley will contain a
greater number of square feet than the
part of alley to" be vacated; now, there
Notice is hereby given that said pe
tion will be heard and considered by
the Common Council of the City of .St.
Paul on Tuesday, the Gth day of
March, A. D. 1888, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
at the Council Chamber in the City
By order of the Common Council, -
Til OS. A. PKENDEKGAST,
j a 1120-s w-thu City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, 1
St. Paul, Jan. 25, 1888. J"
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice is hereby given, that the fol
lowing named persons have applied for
a license to sell intoxicating liquors for
the year 188S, at the places or locations
hereafter stated :
Jlartman & Cillrs, 351 East Seventh.
Now, therefore, notice is further given
that said applications will be heard and
considered by the undersigned, at the
Council Chamber in the City Hall, on
Friday, the 10th day of February, A. D.
1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., where all per
sons interested may appear and will be
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST,
jan2t)-2t-thu City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned committee/ until Feb
ruary 9, at ten o'clock a. in., for the con
struction of about 3.000 feet of Brick,
and about 2,750 feet of Pipe Sewer on
Tamer Avenue, West Superior, Wis.,
together with the necessary manholes,
lump holes, Hush tanks, catchbasins ami
Flans, profile and specifications can
be seen at the office of E. B. Banks, Vil
lage Engineer, at the Court House, Su
Satisfactory bonds most be furnished
by the contractor and a certified check
for $500 must accompany bids. Check
made payable to the committee.
The committee reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated January 25, ISSB.
27-33 Street Committee.
Want Columns !
It is the popular medium.
More "Wants" are printed
in the Globe than in all the
other papers in St. Paul
and Minneapolis combined.
If you want to reach all
classes patronize the Globe's
Want columns. Compare
this department of the
Globe with the other papers
and see for yourself where
the public go to make
known their wants and offer
their bargains. -
PIANOS AND ORGANS TI'NKI), SI
first-class work guaranteed. Samuel
Crutchott, '205 West Sixth st. 33 30
PIANO TUNING— For prompt, first-class
work leave orders at Whitney's music
btore East Third st. 310*
WHEREAS, DEFAULT HAS BEEN
made in the conditions of a certain
mortgage executed and delivered by S. Lee
Davis-, mortgagor, to Charles Nockin, mort
gagee, dated the Kith day of November, A.
D. eighteen hundred and eighty and
recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of the county of Ramsey,
in the state of Minnesota, on the 22d day of
December, A. D. 1880, at 2 o'clook p.m..
In Book 138 of Mortgagees, on page 318,
on which there is due. at the date of
this notice, the amount of five hundred and
eighty-seven and 100 dollars, being five
hundred dollars principal and eighty seven
and 50-100 dollars interest, the whole amount
of said mortgage debt and interest claimed
to be due at this date by default on non-pay
ment of interest and principal on same being
one thousand eighty-seven and 50-100
dollars, and no action or proceeding lias
been instituted at law or in equity to recover
the debt secured by said mortgage or any
Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in said mortgage,
and of the statute in such case made and
provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by
sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, at public auction, by the Sheriff of
Ramsey county, Minnesota, at the front door
of the District Court house, in the city of St.
Paul, in the coiniiy of Ramsey, and stale of
Minnesota, on Wednesday, the 2Sth day of
March, A. D. eighteen hundred and eighty
eight, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy
the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs
and expenses of sale, and twenty five dollars
attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage
iii case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage,
and so to be scld, are the lot, piece or parcel
of land situated in the county of Ramsey,
and state of Minnesota, and known and de
scribed as follows, to wit:
Lot number four (4), in block number two
(2) of Sanborn's addition to the city cf St.
Paul, according to the recorded plat thereof j
on file in office of the Register of Deeds of
said Ramsey county.
CHARLES VOCKIN. Mortgagee.
J. J. Mullen, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated Feb. 1, 1888. :-- -
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATERi
aIs-J-U. S.lndian Service, DevH's Lake
Agency, D. T., Jan. 21. 1888.— Sealed propo
sals, endorsed "Proposals for Building Mate
rials," and directed to the undersigned at
Fort Totten. Ramsey County. Dakota, will be
received at this agency, until one o'clock of
February 25th. 1888, for furnishing for de
livering at the Devil's Lake Agency, Dakota,
a variety of building materials consisting of
about 71,000 feet of assorted lumber, 10,800
feet shiplap, 10,000 feet sheathing boards,
11,600 feet of flooring, 3.800 feet of ceiling.
50 M. shingles, 30 M. laths, windows, doors,
lime, hair, bricks, and a variety of nails,
paints, oils, etc., required in the construction
of an addition to a school building, a full de
scription of which may be obtained by appli
cation to the undersigned. Each bid must
state specifically the proposed price of each
article offered for delivery. Certified checks.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
depository, made payable to the undersigned
for at least five per cent of the amount of
the proposal, which check or draft will be
forfeited to the United states in case any bid
der or bidders receiving an award shall fail
to promptly execute a contract with good
and sufficient sureties, otherwise to be re
turned to the bidder. The right is reserved
to reject any or all bids or any part of any
bid if deemed for the best interest of the ser
vice. John W. Cramsie, U. S. Indian Agent.
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PROPOSALS FOR TRANSPORTATION
ON THE MISSOURI RlVEß.— office
of Chief. Qurtermaster, Department of Da
kota. St. Paul, Minn., JANUARY 30, 1888.—
SEALED PROPOSALS, for furnishing Trans
portation betpeen Sioux City, la., and Ben
ton, M. T., will be received at this office, un
til 12 m., FEBRUARY 29th .1888, and
opened immediately afterwards in presence
of bidders. Blank "forms and full instruc- I
tions to bidders will be furnished on applica- j
tion to this office, or offices of the Quarter- i
master's Department at Chicago. Ills., st.
Louis, Mo., and Helena, M. T— A. F. ROCK- j
WELL. Quartermaster U. S. Army, Chief :
Quartermaster. 30-33 feb27-28 I
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE 1
—Admiralty Sale — United States of
America. District of Minnesota— Benjamin
L. Hanks vs. the Steamboat Isaac Staples—
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas is
sued out of and under the seal of the district
count of the United .States lor the district of
Minnesota at the suit of Benjamin L. Hanks
vs. the steamboat Isaac Stapes, I will sell at
public auction the said steamboat Isaac Sta- i
pies, her engines, tackle, apparel and furni- j
ture, to the highest bidder for cash, at the |
front entrance to the custom house, in the
cilv of St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday, the
20th day of February, A. D. 1833, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
W. M. Campbell, U. S. Marshal.
St. Paul. Minn., Feb. 1. A. D. I*BB. 33-39
I NITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE \
D — Admiralty Sale— United States of
America, District of Minnesota— Robert M.
Roundy vs. The Steamboat Evansville—By
virtue of a .writ of venditioni exponas issued
out of ami under the seal of the district
court of the United States for the district of
Minnesota, at the suit of Robert M. Roundy
against the steamboat Evansville. I will
sell at public auction the said steamboat.
The Evansville, her engines*, tackle, apparel
and furniture to the highest bidder for cash,
at the front entrance to the custom house, in
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday,
the 20ih day of February, A. D. 1888, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
. W. M. Campbell. U. S. Marshal.
St. Paul, Minn.. Feb. 4. A. D. 1888. 33 30
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE
' —Admiralty Sale— United : States of
America— District of Minnesota— John Mc-
Donald vs. The Steamboat "J. K. Craves"
—By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas,
issued out of and under the seal of the Dis
trict Court of . the United States for the Dis
trict of Minnesota at the suit of John McDon
ald vs. The Steamboat "J. K. Craves,'' I will
sell at public auction the said steamboat, "J.
K. Graves.'' her engines, tackle, apparel and
furniture, to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front entrance to the Custom House, in
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday,
the 20th day of February, A. D. 1888, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
W. M. Campbell, U. S. Marshal.
St. Paul. Minn.. Feb. 1, A. 1). 1838. 33 39
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE-
Admiralty United States of
America, District of Minnesota — Boyd
Doddridge vs. The Steamboat "David Bran
son"— virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas issued out of and under the seal ot the
district court of the United States for the
district of Minnesota, at the suit of
Boyd Doddridge vs. The Steamboat David
Branson, I will sell at public auction the said
steamboat "David Branson,' 1 her engines.
tackle, apparel and furniture, to the highest
bidder for cash, at the front entrance to the
custom house, in the city of St. Paul, Miune
sola, on Monday the 20th day of February,
A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
W. M. Campbell, U. S. Marshal.
St. Paul. Minn.. Feb. 1. A.l). 1888. 33-30
HOT SPRINGS OF ARKANSAS
Much of the benefit and comfort to be dc
rived from a visit to this justly celebrated
health resort depeud upon the choice of a
A few years ago there was little or no
choice; but more recently the hotel accom
modations of the town" have greatly in
creased, both as to capacity and in the ex
cellence of their appliances.
Many of the hotels in Hot Springs employ
DRUMMERS WHO BOARD THE TRAINS APPROACH
IKe the town, and too often annoy the tired
and afflicted visitor with persistent solicita
tion—an evil for the correction of which the
city authorities have not yet devised an ade
The Plateau Employs No Drummers!
Yourself and your friends are cordially in
vited to inspect the Plateau Hotel, assuring
you of a kindly welcome, and in the confi
dent belief that you will tiud an air of room
iness, cleanliness and comfort that will
greatly please you.
This hotel relies for patronage upon its
AMPLE AREA, It* COMMANDING SITUATION, its
EXTRAVAGANT ROOMINESS and the EXCELLENCE
OP ITS CUISINE.
It is not hemmed in by over topping mount
aius, bath houses or other buildings which
rob you of the precious sunlight and air, so
necessary to your restoration to health; but
it stands fair and alone, commanding mag
nificent views of mountains and valleys, and
at the same lime la the heart op the" town,
easily accessible to the Postofllce, Bath
Houses and Doctors' Offices.
This house has balconies and galleries on
every side— twenty in number.
Its rooms are light and large, main* of them
en suite, and they are fully and luxuriantly
- Its corridors are wide and cheerful— well
warmed iv wiuter, aud open and cool iv
summer. ■:■■;• "■- .--.-
Office and Dining Room are as pretty and
tasteful as can be found anywhere.
You are recommended to disregard the rep
resentations of irresponsible employes, and
to come to the PLATEAU, where a kiudlv
welcome and fair treatment await you.
Correspondence solicited. Your obedient
D.G. RUGO, y
' Owner and Proprietor.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION" Off
J\ the Minnesota Brick Company— Know
all men by these presents, that we, the under
signed, do hereby associate ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a corpor
ation under the provisions of Title 2 of
Chapter 34 of the General Statutes of 1878
of the state of Minnesota, and for that pur
pose do hereby adopt and sign these articles
of incorporation, to-wil:
I.— The nusu of the corporation shall be
the Minnesota Brick company. The general
nature of the business of said corporation
shall be to manufacture brick, terra cotta,
tiles and pottery, and to buy, sell and deal in
or otherwise use or dispose of the same, ana
to purchase or leas*- such lauds as may DO
necessary for such business, and to buy. sell
end deal in all kinds of clay. The principal
place of Iran-acting the business of said cor
poration shall be in the city of St. Paul,
county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota. -
ll.— time of commencement of said
corporation shall be the Ist day of February,
A. D. 1888, and the period of its existence
•■hall be fifty years.
ill.— Tim amount of capital stock of said
corporation shall be forty thousand dollar**
($40,000), and the same shall be paid in as
called for by the board of directors.
IV.— The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which said corporation shall
at any time be subject is the sum of ten thou
sand dollars ($10,000:)
V.— The names and places of residence of
the persons forming this incorporation are
as follows: William E. Kindred, of Vern
dale, Minn. ; Theodore Farington, of Vern*
dale, Minn.; William 11. Patterson, of St.
Paul, Minn.; Edward I. Frost, of St. Paul,
Vl.— The government of said corporation
and the management of its affairs shall be
vested in a board of four directors, who shall
be stockholders, and who shall be elected at
the annual meeting of said corporation,
which shall be held on the first Monday of
February in each year, at such place and
hour as shall be fixed by the by-laws, and
shall hold office until their successors are
elected and qualified; and the said board of
directors fchall elect from their number the
following officers: A preside* t. vice presi
dent, secretary and treasurer and general SIM
perintendeut. The office of secretary and
treasurer may be held by one and the s;am«j
person. The said officers shall each bold
office for the period of one year, or until
such further time as their successors shall be
elected and qualified. The first annual meet
ing of this corporation shall be held on the
first Monday of February, A. 1). 1888. Th«
names of the first board of directors are at
follows: William E. Kindred, Theodora
Farington, William 11. Patterson, Edward I.
Vll.— The number and amount of shares
of the capital stock Of said corporation shall
be four hundred shares of one hundred dol«
Jars ($100) each.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto so(
our hands and seals this 26th day of Jam*
aiy, A. D. 1888.
WM. E. KINDRED, [Seal.'
THEODORE FARINGTON, seal.
WM. HENRY PATTERSON, [seal.
EDWARD 1. FROST, [Seal.
In presence of—
C. D. O'Brien,
Will J. Donauouer.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, »
County or JR_juet, j " , *
On this 20th day of .January. A. D. 1&---1
before me, a notary public in and for saiq
county and state, personally appeared Will,
lam E. Kindred, Theodore Farington. Will
iam 11. Patterson and Edward I. Frost, to m«
well known to be the same persons described
in and who executed the foregoing articles oi
incorporation, and severally acknowledge^
that they executed the same freely and vol*
untarily "for the uses and purposes therein
expressed and as their free act and deed.
[Seal.] C. D. O'BRIEN,
Notary Public, Ramsey Coon*/, Minnesota.
BE IT KNOWN THAT GEORGE R. FINeS
William 11. Van Slyck, Elbert A. Young]
C. J. McConville, Norman W. Kittson anq
Maurice Auerbach, being desirous of form*
ing a limited partnership under the laws of
the state of Minnesota, do hereby for that
purpose jointly and severally certify—
• First— said partnership is to be con
ducted under the name or firm of Finch,
Van Slyck & Co.
Second— That the general nature of the
business to be transacted by said partnership
shall be to deal in dry goods and notions, at
wholesale, with a manufacturing department
such as is usually connected wi b such a,
business, and with a department for dealing
in carpets, wall paper and house-furnishing
goods at wholesale and retail.
1 hird— names of all the general part
ners interested in said partnership are:
George R. Finch. William H. Van slyck, El
bert A. Young and C. J. McConville: the
names of all the special partners interested
therein are: Norman W. Kittson and Maurice
Auerbach. All of said general and special
partners reside at St.Paul. in the state of Min
nesota, except said William 11. Van Slyct,
I who resides at Plaintield, in the state of Sew
Fourth— said Norman W. Kittson has
contributed to the capital -.lock of -aid co
partnership two hundred thousand dollars,
and said Maurice Auerbach has contributed]
to the capital stock of said copartnership one
hundred thousand dollars.
Fifth— That the period at which said part
nership is to commence is the Ist day of Jan
-1 vary, A. D. 1888, and the period at which the
same is to terminate is the 31st day of De
! cember, A. D. 1890.
In testimony whereof, said parties have
hereunto severally signed their respective
GEORGE R. FINCH,
WILLIAM 11. VAN SLYCK,
ELBERT A. YO DN G,
NORM W. KITTSON,
STATE OF NEW YORK, « kB
City and County of New York, >
Be it known that on this 3d day of Jan«
nary. A. D. 1888, came personally befori
me Norman W. Kittson, to me well known
to be the same person who is described in
and who severally signed the foregoing cer
tificate, and he then and there duly acknowl
edged that he made and signed said certirh
cate freely and voluntarily and for the pun
poses therein expressed/and as his free act
In proof whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and official seal the day and year last
JOHN C. R. ERKERSON.
[Notarial Seal.] Notary Public (No. 51),
City and County of New Yorl*
STATE OF MINNESOTA, J
County op Ramsey. frr;
Be it known that on this sth day of Jan»
nary, A. D. 1888, came personally" before ma
George R. Finch, William 11. Van .slyck. El
bert A. Young. C. J. McConville and Maurice
Auerbach. tome well known to be the same
persons who are described in and who sev
erally signed the foregoing certificate, and
they then and there severally acknowledged)
that they made and signed the same freely
and voluntarily for the purposes therein ex
pressed, and as their free act and deed.
In proof whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and official seal the day and year last
[Notarial Seal.] A. 11. MERRICK.
Notary Public. Minnesota,
STATE OF MINNESOTA. DISTRICT?
Court— Second Judicial District, County
Jacob Yanz, Chaunccy M. Griggs and Seth K.
Howes, partners as Yanz, Griggs & Howes,
William T. Coleman. Frank Johnson. Carlton
Coleman and Richaid Delatield. partners as
Win. T. Coleman & Co.. defendants.
The State of Minnesota to the above-named
You and each of you are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint in this
action, which has been tiled with the Clerk
of said court, and to serve a copy of your an
swer to said complaint on the subscriber at
his office in room Globe Building, in St.
Paul, Minnesota, within twenty day- after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive
of the day of such service, and if you fail to
answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will
have the amount they areentiiled to recover
ascertained by the court.or under its direction,
and take judgment for the amount so ascer
Dated Jan. 19. 1888;
HERBERT S. GRIGGS,
Plaintiffs' Attorney. St. Paul, Minn.
NITED STATES MARSHALS NOTICE
—Admiralty Sale— United States of
America, District of Minnesota, ss.— H. M.
Craudall et al. vs. The Steamboat "Menoa*
onie"— By virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, Issued out of and under the seal of
the district court ot the United States for -ho
district of Minnesota at the suit of H. M.
Craudall et al. vs. The Steamboat -'Mcnnm
ouie," I will sell at public auction the said
steamboat ••Menomouie," her engines, tackle,
apparel and furniture, to the highest bidder
for cash, at the from entrance to the custom
house in the city of St. Paul. Minnesota, on
Monday, the 20th day of February, A. D.
1338, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
W. M. Campbell, U. S. Marshal.
St. Paul, Miuu., Feb. 1. A. D. 1888.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE?
—Admiralty Sale — United States of
America. District of Minnesota— Benja
min L. Hanks vs. The Steamboat "Bun Her
sey"—By virtue of a writ rendition! exponas,
issued out of and under the seal of the dis
trict court of the United States tor the Dis
trict of Minnesota, at the suit of Benjamin
L. Hanks vs. The Steamboat "Bun Hersey,"
I will sell at public auction the said steam
boat "Bun Hersey,"' her engines, tackle, ap
parel and furniture, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the front entrance to the custom
house, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, o;
Monday, the *_Oth day of February, A. I>
1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, "
W. M. Campbell, U. S. Marshal.
. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 1, A. D. 1888
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PAUL, SANFORD & MERWIN.
Patent Attorneys and Solicitors. Offices: 10
German American Bank Building, St. Paul;
057,000 Temple Court, Minneapolis; U2» I?
street. Washington, D, C. .