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PORTLAND UNDER WATER,
« SWIFT CURRENT) RUNNING THROUGH
THE HESTcR.V CITY.
f-IIRTY BLOCKS SUBMERGED.
-tot els anil Pustoffioa in Water
Up to the Second Stories—
Large River Crafts Afloat in
the Town — Hundreds of .Skele
tons Washed From a Grave
Portland, Or., June 6.— News has
-teen received from t;e upper Columbia
region which ind.eates that the worst of
the flood is over. Snake river is falling
and the Columbia Is stationary. In this
city the water reached the thirty-three-,
foot mark at noon. On Front street the
water is deep enough for navigation hy
large-sized river, craft. At Ash street it
is seven and a half feet deep. Many
docks have disappeared to the eaves,
and are only kept from floating; by
heavy loads of machinery stored there.
On the East side one can count a dozen
buildings in the flooded region ready to
go down. At the Dalles the river is 58.3
feet above low water. The only houses
doing business are the groceries and
markets. The water is nearly three feet
deep on the floor of the postoffice. A
swift current is running through the
town, and it is feared that many build
ings may be washed away. The hotels
are iv the water up to the second stories.
Thirty blocks are under water and the
rise of a few more feet will inundate the
entire portion of. the town under the
bluff. Memaloose island, the burial
place of the Indians for many years, is
almost entirely under water, and hun
dreds ot skeletons are being washed
Latest reports from the Cascade locks
aie that the government works are still
in great danger. The bulkhead which
keeps the Columbia out of the upper
end of the locks is almost submerged.
Should it co out, all the rip-rap work
and possibly the entire works will 'be
destroyed, entailing a loss of over a
million dollars. The Union i'acitic is
in very bad shape near. the. locks. Where
tne current strikes the bank alongside
the railroad, a mountain resembling a
huge glacier is moving, while masses
of tbe bluff are continually falling
-into the ]'. river. Bi< fir trees
' as" they tumble over the bank
hang for a little while downward and
then plunge into .the torrent below.
The river has rut into the mountain tor.
a quarter of a mile. The bluff where
the river formerly ran presents a face
-. feet in height. The weather bureau
"predicts that the river in this city will
reach its maximum height at midnight,
and remain stationary until Thursday,
with a tendency to fall. When it com
mences to fall it will bo very slow, not
over four inches a day for at least ten
days. At Ripario the Snake river has
- fallen ten inches in Hie. last twenty-four
hours, £ 'i lie. Columbia iis also reported
faiiiui. at the same rate- at Umatilla. «
"A Modern Venice.
"Pueblo, Col., June G —This city is
again inundated. The Arkansas river
is not as high by ten inches as it was on
Thursday, but Fountain creek is much
higher. Water on the North side is five
inches lower than the highest' point
reached last week.- The damage is not
very great, e.xceut to railroads, which
are badly washed. No trains are run
ning, except on the Trinidad branch of
5 the Kio Grande. ■** Wires are down, and
-' the extent of the damage is not known.
KAIM* hiH- CITY.
-Hold* Cold! Gold!
On opening of navigation, the Cana
dian Pacific Railway will open their di
rect route iron; Srt. Paul, Minneapolis
and Duluth to Uainy Lake City via Hat
Portage and Hie Lake of the Woods
■ and "Umpire" will leave Duluth every
Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, for Port
Arthur, making direct connection with
Canadian Pacitic Railway for Rat
Portage, whence steamers leave on ar
rival of train for l"aiuy ! Lake City,
II anna lord and Port Francis.
Daily trains also leave St. Paul and
Minneapolis via Winnipeg to Rat
Portage. .Superior accommodation
I Pates the lowest. "li.--::'-'
Apply to l'oolh Packing Co., Duluth;
Northwest Transportation Co., Duluth;
Y. E. Larke, Agent D., 6. S. & A. Ry.
Duluth; C. 11. iiibbnrd, U. P. A., boo
Line, Minneapolis; Robert Kerr, (i. P.
A., Can. Pac. in., Winnipeg.
SJi.li-i -POX SCARE.
A Car of U heat Will Probably Be
Chicago, June O.— A car of wheat
standing on the nacks at Forty-seventh
street will probably be burned by the
city health department today on sus
picion of bein. infected with small-pox.
The car belongs to the Wabash road.
Thomas Uilligan. assistant grain in
spector, went to the car to make his
official examination. When ' he opened
the door a terrible-looking lace ap
peared, a dusky form next emerged,
and the stranger tremblingly let him
self to the ground.
"Hullo, what's the matter with you?"
nquired the inspector.
••Nothin', only I'm sick," replied the
stranger, and lie stumbled down the
track to an empty fruit car, which he
Just then a car repairer for the road
came up and questioned the man, who
lay on the lluor. The stranger niuin
biingly replied that he came from De
catur, 111. lie suddenly arose, and
crawling from the car, disappeared
down the tracks. The car repairer was
afraid to restrain him. When the car
repairer looked no trace :of the mttn
could be found. The car was consigned
from Hull. 111., to a board of trade firm,
Who will u.i handle it.
Before You Co Away
; Be sure and call at -'The Milwaukee"
offices for full information as to routes,
accommodations and lowest rates to all
C. M. & St. P. is the only electric
Solid vestibuled trains.
Private compartment cars, library
buffet .milking ears, free reclining chair
cars. - V ■■■..- i'-V-S •
ißest and most frequent service be
tween the two citi'.'i?.:iu Milwaukee and
_ Chicago. '_'-. • - • '■ ■ '
. The Government's Offi**ial Fast Mall
The celebrated electric berth reading
Low summer" tourist tickets to East
ern points now on sale. - ; ; - »'"£ -> .
-Offices: **05 Robert street, St. Panl;
Guaranty Loan Building and "Milwau
kee" depot, Minneapolis. . or address
... Assistant General Passenger Agent,
- V '!**■ Paul, Minn.
IV OTICE OF -MORTGAGE ... SALS - —
11 _ V bereas. default has i ecu made iv Ihe
conditions of a certain mortgage bearinedate
the first (Ist) day of December, A. 1). 1.0.'.
executed ami delivered by Lily ft. Xoyes and
Prank \V. Noyes. her husband, mortgagors,
to Martha A. Rodman, mortgagee. Vbereby
the said mortgagors did grunt, bargain, sell
nud convey to (lie said mortgagee, her heirs
and ass^ti", forever, all | those - tracts or pur
eels of land lying and i eiim in the county i.f
Kamsey and state of Minnesota, described as
follows: to wit: Lots numbered thirteen (13),
fourteen (II), nineteen (hi) and twenty (-.*t>).
in block numbered nine : (J) of Arlington
Hills Addition to St I'aul, according to the
recorded plat thereof on tile in the oiiice ot
the Register of Deeds In and for said Ramsey
County. Minnesota; also lots numbered four
14). live (5). sixteen (HI) nnd seventeen (li)
of L. Warner's Subdivision of block seventy,
eight (TH), Lyman Dayton's Addition lo St.
Paul, aoconb-u to the recorded plat of said
subdivision and addition on tile in the office
of the Register of Deeds in and for said Ram
sey County, Minnesota, to secure the pay
ment of the sum of three thousand dollars
(53,800.00) with Interest' thereon nt the rale of;
seven (!) percent per annum: interest paya
ble un the lirst day of June. ISJ). and semi
annually thereafter until tbe maturity of
such loan, according to the conditions of one
certain promissory note, made by the said
Lily M. Noyes and Frank W. Noyes, her hus
band. to the order ot said mortgagee, said
.Manila A. Hodman, bearing even dale with
said mortgage, and therein referred to; the
interest on said note and mortgage being
evidenced by ten interest coupons, executed
simultaneously with said note, said coupons
being payable with current rate of exchange
on New York City, and each bearing interest
at the rate of seven par cent after maturity
if uot paid; which said mortgage^contains"
the usual power of sale in case of "a default
in the conditions thereof: aiso a. covenant to
pay the said mortgagee in case fore
closure proceedings are commjiieed against
said premises, the sum of seventy-five dol
lars (Sro.Ui)') as attorneys' lees, wbicb said
sum for attorneys' fees was to constitute a
part of the costs of such foreclosure proceed
ing, and ba a Hen on said - premises secured
by said ' mortgage. Also a covenant by said
mortgagors to pay and discharge all taxes,
assessments and other charges that should
be levied, assessed or imposed and become a
lien upon said premises or any part' thereof
as the same shall become due, and that
should said mortgagors fai to pa» said
taxes, assessments or liens, the said mort-
gagee might elect to pay the same and that
.the amount so paid and the interest thereon !
nt the same rale a. upon said principal note '
from the time of such payment shall forth
with be due and payable from ; said mort
gagors, their heirs, executors and adminis
trators to said _»< rtgagee, and that the same
shall be a lien o;i said mortgaged premises
added to the amount of said note secured by
■ And ii was furiher covenanted in and by
said mortgage and note that should default
be made in any of the payments 'mentioned
iv said mortgage or note, whether of interest
falling due or of the coupons securing such
interest, or of any taxes or assessments fall
ing Oue against said mortgaged premises, ox
iv the performance of any of the covenants
iv said mortgage or note to be kept and per
formed by said mortgagors, then, and as
often as such default or failure shall be
made, the mortgagor, her heir., executors
and assigns, may at her or their election de
clare the whole of said principal sum se
cured by said mortgage, and nil interest
accrued thereon, due and payable, and may
proceed to collect the same.
Said mortgage was duly recorded 'in the
office of the Register of Deeds in and for
said Ramsey Couuiy ou the oth day of De
cember, 1.-i'Jj, at three o'clock aiid forty min
utes in the afternoon of that day, in book
number 236 of Mortgages ou page I "5.
■ Aud whereas default ' was made in tbe
payment of the installment of interest which
fell due on said note and mortgage on the
first day of December. It"-*), and the coupon
evidencing the same, in the sum of Sl- 5.0)
and also in the payment of the taxes duly
levied and assessed against said mortgaged
premises for the year 1892, amount
ing on the ICth 'day of May. 18-14,
to the sum of ' $10?.5.*i, and . also in a"
: certain assessment which was duly levied by
•the city ot St." Paul against the f-Howing de
scribed portion of' said mortgaged premises
for and on account of Indian Mound Park,
wit : Lots 4. 5. 16 and 17, of L. Warner's
Subdivision of block 78 of Lyman Dayton's
Addition to St.Paul. which amounted on the
liih day of May. 1894. to the sum of $31.16. .
An ' whereas said mortgagee did, on the
10th day of May, 18J4. pay said taxes of ISO-,
amounting to $1.8.55. and on the llth day of
aid .May pay said assessment amounting to
$31. Hi. , '.— ' , ■•-
And whereas said mort; agee has elected
to declare, and has declared the principal
sum secured by said mortgage and the inter
est thereon to be due and payable by reason
of said defaults aforementioned, and said
power ot sale contained in said mortgage has
become operative. And there is claimed to
be due upon said note and mortgage ot the
date of this notice the sum of $3,0 ".00 prin
cipal olid 52.i4.'0 accrued interest, and $139.84
for taxes and assessments paid thereon and
accrued interest thereon. In all the sum of
53.313.54. and no action or proceeding has
been instituted at law or otherwise to recover
me debt secured by said mortgage, or auy
Now. Therefore, Notice is -hereby given,
that by virtue of the power of sale in said
mortgage contained, and pursuant to the
statute iv such case made and provided, the
said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of
the premises described in and conveyed by
said mortgage as the same are hereinabove
described, with all the hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging, which
sale will be made by the sheriff of Ramsey
County, Minnesota* or his deputy, at the
Fourth Street main entrance to the Court
House, in the city of St.Paul. in said Ramsey
County, ou Saturday, the 3'lh day of June,
1804, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that
day, at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash, to satisfy and pay the amount
which will then be due on said morlgage.and
the sum of seventy-five dollars ($75.00) attor
neys" tees as stipulated iv and by said mort
gage to be paid in case of foreclosure, to
gether with the costs and expenses of .said
foreclosure and sale. gdgaHS^Sg
Dated .May 15, 1894.
MARTHA A. RODMAN, Mortgagee.
F-AsnnAU. Squires & Cutchf.on,
Attorneys for Mortgagee. Room . 403, .-
York Lite Insurance Building, Sew
Minn. St. Paul.
ORDER TO EXAMINE ACCOUNTS.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey— ss. In Probate Court, Special
Term. May 29, 1891.
In the matter of the estate of Peter^ Pott
gieser. deceased. •.-•.-
On reading and filing the petition' of Nich
olas Poligieser, Executor of the estnte of said
Peter Poltgieser, deceased, representing
among other things that he has f uliv admin
istered said estate, and praying that a time
and place be fixed for examining nnd allow
ing his final account of administration, and
for the assignment of the residue of said
estate to the persons entitled thereto.
It is ordered that the said account be ex
amined, audpetition heard by the 'ndge of
this court, on Saturday, the 23d dny of June,
A. D. 1594. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the probate
court room in the Court House in St. Paul, in
And it is further ordered that notice thereof
be given to all persons interested by publish
ing a copy of this order for three successive
weeks, once in each week, prior to said day
of hearing, in the St. Paul Daily (-lobe, a
daily newspaper printed and published at St,
Paul, in said county.
By the Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER,
[l. 8.1 Judge of Probate. v - rt
STATE OF MINNESOTA, RAMSEY
County— ss. In Probate Court, at Special
Term of said Court, held May 29th, 1894. .- \
Iv the matter of the guardianship of Crosby
Leonard and Fox Leonard, minors.
Whereas, Henry C. Burbank and Harvey
Officer, the surviving guardians of said
minors, have this day tiled in said Court
their accounts in the matter of said guard
ianship from tho first dny of July, 1882, to
May 28th. 1804, with schedules of icnl estate
and personal property now remaining in
their hands, together with their petition for
the allowance of said accounts, and setting
forth amongst other things that Evelyn 3.
Burbank, one of the guardians of said
minor*, departed this life on January lath.
]BMt and that said Crosby. Leonard, one of
(aid minors, would b-cora? or lan ful age on
'.tie fourth day of Juo?, A. D. ISt'i; and there
upon -'. ,
It i« or.crci', Th»t the said accounting of
s»i<3 g:.»»diaus b« ex«r-iii;*d and tte *ald
petition l card, by the ji'd^o of this Court, on
sa-ii:day, Ite tw.n;7-tbii<S (.'ndj.t.tv 0 ( Jni:e,
A. D. 18.i, at un o'clock in the forenoon, m
the net ate Court ro->m In the : Co on House
In lie Cliv of »t »anl. rB-sn^i court;. 53 , !
And it l» fur ihe; ordered.' "J bat - notice
thereof t?gi\-«iito all persons in;.Te»ic-d by
' tne publication of a copy of ibis . <. n'.t: <• r
three successive weeks, .'_. Thorad ij ef e*c_,
week prior to aaid _&.•- of -raring, ir. tbe Si.
Paul Daily Gloss.*-- daily newspaper printed
and published at st I'aul. m i-aid c.»uiuy.
- By tne Court: . JOHN B. uUVI K.
; [!>*•] Judge of Probate.
THE SAINT M DAILY GLOBE: IHT/ESDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, JP94.
I -IKE I!AKO*IIi:Tr,R.
Ask tbe boy who sell* (lie pnoern
and he will tell you more about
Circulation than all the affidavit*
that can be pubi-Lcd. Ji.si try it
and you will be iiiuviuuu i_al .lie
(ilobe lead* all. _•
HAMS (PA** BK LEFT
At the Follow ng Locutions Tor
Insertion in Dai j and Sunday
M. D. Merrill. 442 Broadway.
S. H. Reeves, Druggist. Moore block. Seven
C. T. Heller, Druggist. '-38 St. Peter street.
Straight Bros.. Druggists, corner of Rondo
William K. Collier, Druggist, 199 East Sev
enth street. "■;-..-
A. T. Guernsey. Druggist, 171 Dale.
V. A. Hirscher, Druggist. , 3 5 Rondo street.
Sever Westby. Druggist. (579 East Third st.
E. McCrudden,' Confectioner, 41)6 Rice St.
W. A. Frost & Co., Druggists, comer Selby
and Western avenues. .
B. J. wltte. Druggist 300 Market cor. Fifth.
A GENTS— 3SO to $75 weekly; chemical ink
A erasing pencil: great seller; prods im
mense. Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 4, La
Crosse, Wis. . . •
BAKKK— A imker wanted: good all-around
man: steady work; good pay. Langc
Bros.. Chippewa Falls, Wis.
OOKKKKPKK— Wanted, young man
bookkeeper fur wnolesaie grain house;
salary will b. moderate nt first, 0.50, t.lobe.
DKNTIST — Wanted, dentist graduate;
aJ experienced ou road: $'--0 and expenses:
large towns belter to right man. Address S
LOUr. lU'SI-VKSS COI.LEGK. THK
people's institution, will, as usual, re
main open during liie summer months to ac
commodate the large and enthusiastic class
of young people now attending the college.
Young men ana ladies, as well . as business
men and business women, who wish to im
i Drove tlieif business education in ; business
law, business aiithiuctic, bookkeeping, tel
egraphy, shorthand, etc.. are cordiauv in
vl.ed to atiend this school; tuition reason
able. Students can earn their board. For
circulars, call or address F. A. Maron. Eudi
(lit EN to sell household specialties on in
-ITX stallmeiits for the country ; good terri
tory; trunks furnished. Taylor, DM* N. Y.
Life, Minneapolis. - _ • :-• •'-' -■■-. >jk
MAX to translate English iuto French and
French to English ; must be a good one.
Address Poet, care Globe. - . .r.
PRESS FEEDER— Wanted, boy who can
feed small Pearl press: must be honest;
salary 84 per week. Call 407 Builders' ex
SOLICITOR— a pood solicitor,
well acquainted with the city: easy
work: no samples: good commission; refer
ences required. Call at 028 Endicott bldg.
OOLICITOK— Wanted, men of energy and
IJ -tact to solicit for the Bankers' Life Asso
ciation of St. Paul. Minn. ; liberal contract
and splendid territory can be secured by ad
dressing Clarence E. Secor, St. Paul. Minn.
TAILOR— Wanted at once, coat maker,
A. W. Moore, 861 East Seveuth.
WANTED AT O-NCK-A man to train
and take care of trotting stock; wages
830 per mouth aud board. Lock Box 220.
MeCauna. N. D.
**tT"*"ANT ED— Agents to take orders by sam
V » pie at home or to travel : expenses and
good salary or commission to right party.
Apply at once for samples. Address Lock
Boxl_.i', N. Y. City.
YOUNG MAN wanted ai once: room 11,
Rogers block. Call at 10 o'clock Thurs
P. T. linvanngh. Auctioneer;
TVKLSON. STISVr"NS & KING'S addl
-L i tion had to be forced upon the market-
Beautiful residence property at auction—
Mr. Samuel bearing has decided to place
upon the market, by public sale, only 100
lots in above audition. The sale will "take
place on Saturday. June 0. at 2 o'clock in the
afteruoon. The property to be sold em
braces some of the choicest residence sites
in the entire city, being located on George.
Robie, Stevens, King. Charlton and Bid well
sts. Many of the streets named have all
permanent improvements. The lots are
large, and will be sold ou the most liberal
terms, without any reservation. P. T. Kav
anagb, Auctioneer. .. .
TOM. SCOTT'S consignment of carriages
i to be sold at tremendous low prices.
Look over the following items: Victorias
$250.0*0, worth $300.00; rockaways, 5230.00,
worth Sl7-.B0: phaetons, $15.00. worth
$145.00; buggies, $75.0 ), worth $140.00; sur
reys, $125.01', worth $185.00; extension tops,
8150.00, worth $.50.00: jump seats, . $00.00
worth $140.00; Concords, $50. worth $00.00 •
harnesses, double. $45.00, worth $85.00; single
harness, $14.00. worth $25.00; side saddles,
$12.1-0, worth $30.00. These goods masi be
sold. Call at corner Third and Cedar sts.
C-lIGAK STOKE FIXTURES complete
■* oak furniture; make me an offer. Call
563 East Third St. Mercantile Warehous
ing Company's Rooms.
FOR SALE at a bargain -on easy terms.
: Gilbert restaurant 357 Robert st
OK SALE AT A BARGAIN— of
the best saloons on Washington cv.,
Minneapolis: enough liquors and license for
a year. Call on •A. Peterson, 408 Bunk of
IVERT AND MAIL ROUTE tor sale;
good business; rare chance for one or
two men. Call at 313 Exchange st
KKSTAI-KANT for sale. Cell at 343
Wabasha st. tor particulars.
WALLPAPER hung for ICe a roll .- palnt
. ing and ; calcimining done cheap.
Robertson. Union Block, 179.
WAN f I.D— By the Pacific Mutual Life In-
VV .uranca Company of California, agents
to so"! the best accident contracts written in
Minnesota; literal' compensation to those
who can -retire baldness. B. T. Wright IA
Co., Ge„;ral Agent*. I'--' Fast Fourth st
.V V TVPKYiKITEBS.
>«-!«>« I - __•.."»""_._ .«■,.-..» — Al
ways the standard of comparison, al
way* the beat aud ai ways imve the latest Im
piuveiueui?. Typewriter paper and suppli-g
ol all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyekolf
aeamaus & ben edict. V* East Fourth st, - '
SITUATI I**-*1 **-* l>> OFfEBED. j
■■ - Female*. ' .-. -' ■ f
— —^——^— .—.——— — ; — '~-m
/>.» ok, dining re m girl?, chamber" aid*
V^J and girl for gen ra hon«ewor_ . ailing,
for places. Chapim n's Intelligence, 4, . We- I
baslia •.-...:• - - -- v. - ; I-
Housework— Wanted, a competent
girl for general housework. Apuy'.i.
Dayton ay. - ••■.':■,: . : . . ' j
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl : for
. - .cner-'l hon<eW"'k ..' ,m' .\ma ay.- ."'V .
Housework— Good - girl for general
housework. Smith ay. • . ; :•
HOUSEWORK - Wanted Immediately,
girl with first class references for gen,
cral li-use work. Apply 19 Summit court. j j
H4JUSEWOKK— A good girl for general
' housework: German prefkrred. • Apply
at 724 East Seventh st.:. . ....,.- .".-. ;
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, good girl for
genera housework; small family; good
wages, few Dayton ay. • I
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework-. ■ 56.' St. Peter. Flat 2L-^s.: .
HO*Js..WoMK— Wanted, girl for general .
housework; small family. Apply 105 "
Aurora nv. ..- .- ■
H^U" EWOKK — Wanted, a competent
girl for general housework. Apply at
270 Kent st. •»■■■"■■ :' '. .. ■ - V
HOUSEWORK— (;irl for geneial house
work in small family. The Baltimore,
12.1 St. "Albans st.,' Hats.
HO.iihWOKK- Wauled, good girl for
general housework; small family. . CSS
Conway st. -'._.-,.'..:.
Housework— Wanted, good girl for
general housework; small family. 844
Marshall ay..-. ,,. . .-,
LAUNDitY lilßLs— Wanted, two exper
ienced hand laundry girls to leave city;
good wages to right party. Address Z 73, -
«:|.ih-. ' " :--,
; : •.*'•'* «O..KM OFFERED. :
BOARD— Rooms, fro s with or without
. board." 26 Summit a v.. between Wabasha
and St. Peter. -
BOARD— First-class table board by day or
week, with furnished rooms if desired, at
No. 15 East Tenth SU, opposite capitol. ... .' .'.
BOARD — Furnished front parlor down'
stairs: also table board.; ites Washing
lon st." north. •*'■-'.'_' •- ; ; ~
BOAKD— Comfortably furnished rooms,
single or en suite, with board. 522
Cedar st. - " -
B.<Ar:D— A few respectable young women
can be comfortably accommodated with
board and lodging at 677 St. Peter su .
- •.; . -: Sultiit'hiiH.
— : — : :
BOARD— M. A. Elliott of Stillwater,
formerly connected with the Elliott
bouse, has opened the Oakes at White bear
to iirst-elass private hoarding; 6 o'clock din
ners: private bath bouse aud dock for exclu-f 1
slve use of guests. - . . . ; -
' lJis-i'i.t.c*rio.ti>.. : 'y
fl/l ANDOLIN, guitar instruction; also
111 Spanish language. Prof. Moreno, stu
dio 4*4- Cedar su, opposite capitol: Span
ish method. : . ■■•■'■;■ ■ - : -
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC'
and Art, -'6 East Exchange SU, St. Paul—
Piano, violin, . guitar, banjo and mandolin
taught, Lessons given in drawing and paint 1 '!
ng. Call or send ror prosDiCtus.- "
." .^ _ — I—-.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES-
. ents, that we, whose names are hereunto '
subscribed, have agreed to and do hereby! as
sociate ourselves for incorporation-. under.
Title Two (21 of Chapter Thirty -four (34) of;
the General Statutes of the State of .Minna-.
; sota, 1878, and the various, acts, amend-.,
alory thereof and supplementary thereto,ano;
to tbat end have adopted and signed the ._.
lowing Articles of Incorporation, viz: ";« f S.|
Article I. The name of this corporation*
shall be "St. Paul Dry Goods ; Company."
The general nature of its business shall be to
deal in dry goods, and such other articles as
are incident to a retail dry goods business.
Its principal place of Dusiuess shall be St.
Paul, Minnesota.' - .: ' . - '. i
Article 11. The time of the commencement
of this corporation shall be the twelfth day
of June. 1894, and the period ot its existence
shall be twenty years. "-»--;.
article 111. The amount of tho capital
stock of this corporation shall be FIFTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS, ond the same shall
be divided into one thousand (1,000) shares
of FIBTY DOLLARS each. Said stock shall
be paid iv as called for by the Board of Di
rectors: Provided, however, that said cor-,
poration 'may begin to transact business.
\ whenever Ten Thousand Dollars of its stock
has been subscribed for aud paid in.
Article IV. The inchest amount ■of In
debtedness or liability to which said corpora
tion snail be at any time subject shall be'
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Article V. The names and places of resi- '
deuce of the persons forming this corpora
tion are as follows. viz: Charles L. Durocher,
Mathias B. Hoffmann, Walter A. Gillcttoaud-
John A. Bozille, '. all residing at St. Paul.
Article VI. The. government of this cor
poration shall be vested in a President, Vice
president Secretary. Treasurer and a Board
of three Directors. One person may hold the
offices of Secretary and Treasurer.' Each
officer and director of said corporation shall
continue in oflice for tbe term of one year
and until his successor is elected and.quali
fied. The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers for the election of Directors, and such
other business as may regularly come before:
it shall take place ou the first Monday of
June in each year, beginning with 1895. The
Directors of this corporation shall be elected
by the stockholders at their annual meeting
in each year.and the President, VicePresideut,
Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected by
the Directors from among their own number
at their aujiunl meeting in each year. The
annual meetiug of the said Buara of Directors
shall be held on the first Monday in June of
each year, immediately after the- close of the
stockholders' meeting. All vacancies in said
Board or among the officers may be filled by
the Board of Directors. The duties of the
officers and Directors shall be prescribed by
the by-laws. The by-laws ot this corporation
shall be amended only by the stockholders.
Tbe names of the first Board of Directors are
Charles L. Durocher. Mathias B. Hoffmann
and Walter A. Gillette; aud said Charles L.
Durocher shall be the first President said
Walter A. Gillette tbe first Vice President,
and said Mathias B. Hoffmann the first Sec
retary and Treasurer. Each of said officers
and directors shall hold office until the an
nual meeting in 1895, and until his successor
is elected and qualified. •" •-: : .: . ;
Article VII. The first meeting of said cor
poration shall be held at the Company's office
atNo.37 East Seveuth sireet.in the City of.Si.
Pant. Minnesota, on June 12th. 1894, at ten
o* clock a. m..and the first Directors' meeting*
shall be held at the same place, on the same -
day. at 10:30 o'clock a. m. j ai ,
IN - WITNESS WHEREOF. The persons
hereinbefore named as incorporators hive
hereunto subscribed tneir names and affixed
their seals this fourth day of June, A. D. 1894
CHARLES L. DUROCHER. [Sealh^
'■..'j MATHIAS B. HOFFMANN, Seal 1
'- V WALTER A. GILLETTE, SealH Is
• > JOHN A. BAZILLE, - • . [SeaLl * '
- In presence of— . \ f ..
T. J. Whee-eb, .- ; -\. ' j •■
: ■" E. C. Campbell.'" ."- -7::.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I .. j V,
Couuty of Ramsey. . ( 8B - -' ■-..' <j.
Be It known that on this fourth day of -
June. A. D. 1804, before me personally ap- •
pearcd • Charles L. ' Durocher, Mathias :B. '
Hoffmann. Walter A. Gillette and John !A' '
Hazille, to me well known to be the persons •<
described in and wbo executed the foregoing .
Articles of Incorporation, and acknowl
edged tho same to be bis free act and deed '
( Notarial Seal, 1 ' Notary Public, •
\ Ramsey County, >• - ' Ramsey County,
/ Minnesota. .J . Minnesota. i
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
-Department of state. : f
I hereby certify that the within Instrument
was tiled for record in this office on the Mb.
day of June, A. D. IMM>. st 10:60 o'clock-, m.,
and was only recorded in Book X 2 of In
corporation-, on Page --."
;;-. '.VSV-. * F. P. BROWN, '■'■;
.:.,'":. . Secretary of state, i,
STATE OF .MINNESOTA, )*- . *'-.'! * .'.
■. County of. Ramsey. > - J?* '■ -:'- j.,
• Office or tbe KIQUTEB or Deeds. :"~
; This is to certify tnat the within instru
ment waa filed for record iv this office at St.*
Paul on the sth : day of June. A. D. j 1891. at
10:5) o'clock a.m .and that the same was duly
recorded .in , Book G of lucorporatious,
-page 257. .: ,- _. . _.. CH AS^LJl A A V^J^
Maglawi uf Deed*.
SITIIATIoaS WASTED. .*■* " '»
■inV.V ■ .'.tint:-.. ■ ._-*;;••.-•.;•.•; .
BARER— An experienced bread and cake
l-U baker and good meal cook wishes n po
sition: is willing to lake place out of town.
C.9. Globe.; •-..:.-.. :*?* .i-'ryvA ■'■
,. — — r
L>AKER.«— Bread, cake and hotel bakers
_^*J " that want positions, : Bakers' 'Employ
sment Bureau. 73 West Third st. ;• -'
B* ROY— Boy fifteen years old would
li'ie job as bell boy, errand. Loy or office
boy Address m. 11, Franklin, 401 Farriug
toiinv., city. .■' ; : :;.:. ;.:i=:l >::.';
T>UYS FO PLACES, places • for i boys.
• JJ. employment bureau for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Club Room.-l 3 Wabasha su; open
from 1 1 to l> a. m.. and from 7t; ap. m. .- : - :
BOOKKE. PK : — Experienced * book
keeper is open for engagement iv hotel,
commercial bouse or with tradesman: fifteen
years' experience, and j holds excellent lesti
mouials. Address 1, 60, Globe.
BOOKKKf.Pf.It- Wanted, i by a book
keeper, with five* years' experience in
mercantile and lumber business. ermanent
position in COUP try town;, can. furnish best
of references. Address Box B, Foley. Minu.
BOOKKEEPER— Wan ted. 'a position as
bookkeeper or clerk by young man hav
ing good commercial training; can give good
references, call or address Bookkeeper. 621
Wabasha st., St. Paul. =
BOOKKEEPER — a young man desires a
position iv an office: well recommend
ed: . understands . bookkeeping thoroughly!
very good penman, ana will work for mod
erate wage* Address J. I}. P. .577 Lafond st.
CAKPi.T CLEANER — Work -to beat,
. clean and lay carpets at house?, aud
other odd jobs. . Address J. B ,91 East Third
street. - . '■ - ■ -•■ v .."■•;.
COOK— Colored mau wishes position as
- cook: best of references. .: Call, pr ad
dress 203 University ay. .. ,
CiOoE— Frenchman wants a situation in
hotel in city as meat cook or butcher;
will give satisfaction. Address E. G., 460 St.
Peter st. .
COOK— Situation wanted by a first-class
meat cook: wages $50 a month; city or
country. Address D. P., 423 Robert su, SU
C..EKK— Middle-aged man wilh good ref
erences wants a position as clerk in a
cigar store. Address H. N. Baur, Clarendon
DRIVER— situation wanted by a compe
tent young man (married) well acquaint,
ed in city, and has best of city . reference.
Ct.lt or address P. Andersen. 597 Dale st.
EKkaM) BOY— A boy fifteen years old
would like to have a job as errand boy
or bell boy. Edward Harris, 466 Farringtou
ay., SU Paul. Minn. . : .- '. -
EMPLOYMENT— Young man with good
education and well recommended wishes
employment evenings between 6 and IS; will
work cheap. ' A 54, Globe. ...
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, by a respect
able young married man. auy kind of
.work: i acquainted with city: can furnish
'good city reference. Address H. E. »:, 284
Rosabel St., City. ■■:: ... ;;■-_—>.'
» f MPLOYMENT — SituaUon. wanted by
jri-i high school graduate: good" beginning
'In some line preferred; reference. F. G. H.,
-752 South Robert st ■' \ > "-- ; " > *' ' ''-.-■•
EMPLOYMENT —"Wanted, by. a strong
boy sixteen years old. work of any kind. ;
.Call or address W. T., 641 Cedar st. ' : ■ -
FARM HAND— Youug Norwegian would
like to work on farm, where "he can learn
"English; wages no object. Address Great
Northern Hotel. _B*> Sibley st. -'. . .- -
HOSTLER Situation wanted ■ by a young
r. German-American, or to drive and take -
.qare of horses lor private families, with good !
"city references from employers. Call or ad- :
-drejs .1. Caspar, .Arion • Hotel, -323 West Sev-'
-eu'th'st.'--- 1 .* ■'*•-- * .:"' - "*i .'•>'" :-iti;-Ji:-r.- r^x'.
HOSTLER— An honest, middle-aged Ger-
JaTX; man (single), recently come to this
desires smnloyment: familiar with
care of horses.' Address Rev. J. Salinger,
' 462 Fuller sU . :- •;- . ..- ;.-,;
OFFICE WORK-Situation wanted by
young man accustomed to office work
or bill clerk: best of references. 221 Penn
sylvania ■"■ '■'■■'■-.■ /:;..:
OI'F.CK WOKK— Boy wauts sittation in
office during school vacation after July
1. J. Ligdana, 509 Van Buren st. •"■
--PEOPLE 'positively peruse the advertise
ments. I write to attract the purchasing
public. - Ned Noble, care of Globe. "
PORTE X— Young man wishes work as
porter, or working in store; sober, and
will give best of reference. Address H. G..
419*,. south Robert st . St. Paul. Minn. - .
PHARMACIST, registered in Minnesota.
Wisconsin. aud Illinois, wants position;
soeags Germau; best of reference; city or
country. Address (* 60. Globe. . '.
PHARMACIST, registered, wants posi
tion in oue of the Twin Cities; eleven
years" experience: speaks English. German,
Scandinavian and partly French; First-class
references. Address L 57. Globe. ■ : '
PHARMACIST — Registered assistant
pharmacist wants situation : ' five years'
experience; speaks Swedish, English and
German ; best of references. Address? 66,
PRESSMAN — Wanted, a situation as
pressman : book, job or newspaper work.
Address Stephen Grandelmyer, St. Paul,
Minn. ... . -.';.:-.rz.
STENOGRAPHER — First-class stenog
lo rapber, typewritist, telegrapher * and
bookkeeper, good all-round office man,
would like position. Address Agf. G. N. Hy.,
Beardsley. Minn. .
WORK FOR BOARD— A worthy
VV and willing young man wants to work
for his board and attend business school.
Please call at the Globe Business College,
Endicott Building. ■ - " •■ ■-'■■■'
A —MME. LA TERRE has opened
• /a.* new bath aud massage parlors,- 727
Hennepin ay-, third floor. Minneapolis.
ALWAYS RELIABLE— Madame Teits
■ worth. clairvoyant; business test medi
um: thirty years' experience. . At home 473
Wabasha. •■>; •--.. --;: ....
ASSAGE. AND VAPOR BATHS—
Mrs. Alice . Bagnell, Room 7, 159 West
Se\enth. .■:... .*..' .-*.*.:':'■_>-. "-gti&sti
MISS DE V Manicuring and mas
sage, alcoholic baths: satisfaction as
sured. No. 27 East Seventh su r.^ .
MRS. OK. F. „-Aitue.>, massage"
vapor baths. 394 North Exchange, cor
:ner Sixth: massage a specialty.';,' >■..,-.-
MRS. DR. WILLIAM, clairvoyant and
ill massagi.t, leaving the city June 4. 542
Cedar st. . . -..■..••■'..- ■-,•■!_;-■...■:-..
--t ■ : : "
RS. M. A' (TUSSEY) BARKALOO—
ITI 834 Wabasha Magnetic and -oaasaga
treatment for - paralytic, rheumatism aud
nervous diseases: also baths i a.m to j n.m
'-• . .. . -
i 1-OST AMD FOlj.Xlt. X
COLT LOST— Strayed last Sunday a one
year-old colt: bsy; two white hind feet;
' $5 reward for information, t ' Address Jno. P.
Welch, 126 West Congress st. :? ,: i ... = :
PUP ' LOST— Last Sunday. « St.- Bernard
pup. Return to 781 Holly ay. and re
ceive reward. .......-.;-.: ■
OCKETBOOK LOST — Containing
,-. about 95. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to Ulobe office.
RING LOST— Hastings." on morning
. of Sept. 1!, by dropping from the Bur
lington train, a gentleman's diamond ring.'
Full value of the ring will be paid to any on*
returning to W. E. Magraw, Ulobe counting
room. - -■■-• :- - -.•..-.-■ _ . ._- - ,
Wl AT ES. certificated medical elec
■ 2 trician and masseur. Wonderful
cures.' Nervousness, indigestion, rheuma
tism, headache. I Persona ; treated : at I home.
43j Wabasha at. ' • ; ,v - .: -
■■ t / "" •*— • !
-M. r ■ MfLf -Public Accountant and
» Audi toe, Ger-sania Ufa Bldg,, SuPanL ' j
MTU Al lOftS WAMTEI>. . V
; Il«iin ii Ha.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted — Young dy
■ with commercial training would like to
assist in bookkeeping after the 1 th Inst.
Please call or address 318 Somerset st, St.
Paul. .-- .;.:. ■■■.-■.-.■'..:-:--.--:, . . '- -
CH AMU- It VI ID — Experienced cham
* bermaid desires position: will leave city.
Address? 9 Hudson ay., city. ;
CIi.KRE— Young lady would like position
* • in : office, ■ writing ■or clerking in store;
can furnish references. Address L 59. '.lobe.
COOK— Lady, first-class meat' and I bread ;
and pastry. M. F. C, 562 St. Anthony ay.
DRESSMAKER— An experienced dress
maker would like sewing in families .'
Please call or address C. A. 11., 318 Somer
set St.. St. Paul ;■■■::•■•---■ 'j--"\
GOVERNESS— young lady would like;
■ a position as governess or traveling
companion. Address Corinne, Owatonna.
' Minn. - -'■* ' ■...-. ~ ' .- ' ..- - " : -■■
OUSECLEANING— GirI wants to go
out bousecleaniug and washing by the
day. Call at HI West Exchange st. ; . T ■
HOUSEWORK— A competent girl wants;
-". a place for general housework in small
private family. 178 West Ninth st. . :
HOUSEWORK- Girl would like a place
in a small family. Please address 21.
Tyler st. West side. . ____"-"
HOUSECLEANING— A woman would
like to go out housecleaning or washing,
at 865 Thomas at. -* . '.'
HOUSEKEEPER— A competent woman
wishes a situation as housekeeper or
general housework where there will be no
objection to a child eighteen months. old.
Call at 1359 St. Clair st., corner of Hamline ay.
OISEKEEPfciR— Middle-aged lady,
would like position as housekeeper;,
country preferred: best of references. Ad
dress 361 Sherman st. ' • . ;
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a situation
As as housekeeper in widower's family by
a middle-aged American lady; uo objection
to ono or two children or to leaving the city:
Address Mis. S., Boom 8, 27 East Seventh st.
HOUSEKEEPER — Wanted, by German'
- widow lady, position as housekeeper;
twenty-eight years old; would like dace in
city. Call 27 East Seventh St., Room 8. . . : ■
HOUSrKEEPKR— An elderly lady with
one child desires position in widower's'
family with one child; will leave city. .Ad
dress 71!) Hudson ay.. city. .'■-. .'. - .
MACHINE OPERATOR — Situation
Wanted by Lady— Experienced operator
of Wheeier & Wiison buttonhole machine.
V 03, Globe. • :■- ... - '■ .
TVrUßSE^Norwegian girl wishes to take
I*l care of some old or rich folks: best of
'reference. M. Petprson. 287 Concord. ■ ■-;-■■ i-.
IyrUR'SE GIRL— A competent nurse girl
1 1 " wants a place; can furnish reference:
'or will assist with ' housework. Address 307
Grove st. • : -- ; /•••.. •
NURSE GIKL — Wanted, situation by
youug. girl to take care of child. "Ad
dress S. M.7 Globe. • '. .-.
■ |\]UHSE GIRLS— Two young American'
X* girls want situations as nurse girls: ref
erences if required. .■ Call at 155 Rondo st.
NURSE GIRL—A young German girl, fif
- teen years old, would like to work for a
small family take care of one child. 1001
OFFICE WORK — Wanted— experi
enced business womau of literary tastes
desires a position in a printing office: remu
neration of minor importance. Address 67.
College ay. '...-.
ROOF-READER — First-class .-.* proof-*
. reader (lady) ■ desires . situation; > five :
years' experience in newspaper work. F. O.
Box 464, at. Paul. :"-;•: __^
SEWING— An--.- experienced; " dressmaker
■ wants sewing by the day in families.
Address V 62. Globe. _ ..." '/ •'..: : ■-.'■
SEWING.- First-class dressmaker wants
sewing by the day... 719 Case st. St. Paul.
OTENOGRAPHER— Young lady stenog
-0 rapher desires position; wages reason
able. Address 357 Maria ay. ■ , ' I
WASHERWOMAN — Clothes washed
and ironed very cheap; satisfaction
guaranteed; or will go out by the day; by a
good, reliable woman. Address C. S., 325 .
Olmsted st, no stairs. -.— --■,-.■.- :
WASHING— A woman would like to go
out washing or house cleaning at 863
Thomas st. .
WASHING— wanted to go out
by the day washing, Ironing, etc. Ad
dress 64 West Fourth st. •-; —
WASHING— Wanted., washing to take
home; prices reasonable. Mrs. Schlor
_____ 604 Blair St. -."- ';'"., *,'...■:.■
WASHING— A girl go out by the day
washing or any kind of day work.
Call 46 West Ninth. ' -*■•-■
WASHING wanted at 456 East Sixth;
rough-dried, 25 cents per dozen.
\I. AsHlNG— Woman goes out washing,
.Vr ironing and housecleaning. Call or
write 189 West Fourth st., city. *"•
WASHING— Wanted, to go out washing
and Ironing. Call at 709 Lafoud St.
WASHING— Wanted, to go out or will
take in washing. Call at 715 Thomas st.
WASHING— A woman would like to take'
In washing Address 533 Edmund st.
WASHING wanted by Mrs. Ducharme.
No. 370 Dayton ay. ; clothes rough dry,
25 cents per dozen. • - -■-.■
WASHING— Wanted, to go out washing
and ironing. . Call at 694 Thomas st. ,
BANK STOCKS a specialty; bonds, com- .
mercial paper mortgages, securities
bonght and sold. George W. Jenkt, Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loau and Trust
Building. Minneapolis. VW'
LIFE INSURANCE policies loaned on or
bought F. O. Chesuey, Kansas City. Mo.
LOANS MADE on personal property of
value. Booms 13 and 14, First National
MU>_i -...-LA .j on nfe insurance p
' Ides; or bonght. L. P. Van Norman
1 1 Guaranty Loan Building. Minneapolis, jj "■
ONE! ON HAND to loan on city prop
erty and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moritz. 1013 Pioneer Press. : : ...
-li- STATE SAVINOs BANK, Ger
mania Life Ins. Bdg., 4th and Minn, sis.,
makes loans on good security, at moderate
ate-, and charge no commission. • ; "
HORSES AM* CARRIAGES.
JOST 'RECEIVED— CarIoad of good car
riage horses and single drivers, also one
pair of the finest draft mares ever brought to
the city. Lexington Stables. 441 St. Peter st.
117 ANTED— buy a light buggy ; must
VV be in good repair and cheap. Call at
Alien's livery. Cedar st. P. Killian. - ' .-
WANTED— Horse, about 1.000 pounds;
must be sound: cheap for cash. : Call
at 919 Agate st., 4p. m. ' .■ ■■
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PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS—'
- Office -of Contracting Quartermaster, '
Helena, Montana, May 8, 1894.— Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until
Monday, June 11, 1894, 12 o'clock, noon,
and opened immediately thereafter in pres
ence of attending . bidders, for. constructing
on the site of Fort Harrison, near Helena,
Montana, 3 donble seta officer's quarters, 1
guard bouse, 1 doable barrack. 1 double sat
N. C. 8. officer's quarter-, 1 stable, 1 bakery,
1 storehouse, all of brick, and 1 scale house, '
frame building; also proposals for plumb
ing, steam heating and gas piping a portion
of said buildings. Separate bide required
for construction, plumbing, heating and gas
piping, all in accordant* with | plain and
specifications, which may be seen at this of
' fice, and in cities designated in bidder'! cir
cular.' :•■-■•. —i-^ .--_. .—'-.:-; ••;-- :.>•'-;.>
■ . Blank * forms for . proposals, circular 'te
bidders, and other necessary information
will be furnished *on ; application - to .. tbe
undersigned. The government reserves the "
right to reject any or all bids, or parts ■ there
of, aud to waive technical ' defects. Envel
opes containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Buildings.*" ' (or I plumbing. '
beating or gas piping, a* the ease may be)
and addressed to Geo. S. Hovt. captain aud
aist. quartermaster, U. 8. arny.
; '.*:--"V';'- FOB BEST. " . ; •■■:/X\
ROBERT i.. WIH-tE,
Agent lor Care of -Pro portly. ".
-.STATES MA ft AO EI).
J. XV. -theparrt, . »4 Eat. t Til. St.
RENTS 'BOOSES. STORES, OFFICES, '
i acts ' as . owners' agent, collects rents;
steam-heated apartments for 920, $.'*, *""! j and
83..: reduced rental. '■ ■> . --^, '■■ ■'■ ■ ■'
;■■'> ..."-.■■'"■'..-'■' Houses.. . . : ; ; . .'.
FURNISHED MOUSE for rent; gas,
** bath, laundry and other modern im
provements. ■- HM belby. Call at house or 116
; Globe building. . , . . _. * ,
CIOTTAGE— Small furnished cottage, yard
• *•" and shade trees. Inquire 4ffi> Dayton ay.
HOUSE— No. 85 I>;lehart st: nine rooms
'for rent: desirable in every respect; suit
able tor two families; $-.7.50 for whole house,
or $16 or $13 for either part. -, Inquire up
; stairs. 81 Iglehart st. . . ■ . - ,
HOc First class residence, 14 "Nina
nv.. on St. Authony hill; modern con
veniences. Inquire W. C. Riley, Endicott
building. .• .-. .: ■ : ■ ... ■ :. . ...
HOUSE— For rent 450 Dayton ay: modern
ten room house, cheap. - Inquire next
door or St Paul Renting Agency. ■,-
HOUSK^-For rent, 408 St. Anthony ay..
ta. six-room house: cellar, water, sewer,
screens -cheap. - quire 452 Dayton ay.'
HOUSE— Rent— Nine-room, all mod
»-l" crn improvements, bouse with barn.
6*l Dayton ay., about June 15. .
HOUSES— 417, 418, 4-9 East Teuth,
. twelve rooms each: 676 John st. five
rooms: 674 John st. six rooms: 4fi7 North st,
six-room cottage: 637 Olive, single house. J.
K. Hoffman, 53 Gilfillau Block. . -■
TAYLOR'S KKVTING AOfcNCY —
-: GLOBE BUILDING — WE RENT
HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. :**:_>;-' --i
' '■'' '■*■' r - '■■ O. use-Suburban. -
COTTAuii- For tent my White Bear cot
. tage, partly furnished.- F. Willius,
Germanfa Life building. ■■■•■-
t*LAT— Four-room flat, with bath and
closets; good location for a doctor or
dentist's office. Inquire of Micbaud Bros.,
corner of Seventh and Wabasha. . . ■ :.-y .■;,
FLAT— For rent, a flat partially furnished,
for light housekeeping; bath. Inquire
i a :Vi Nelson ay. ■ _^
FLATS— Furnished apartments, two. three
and five rooms: bath wilh each; Laurel
Terrace, corner Nina and Laurel ays., St
Anthony hill: cheap for summer. W. C.
Riley. Enditott building. ■ - -■ ■
FLAT of four rooms, newly i papered and
painted; 97 Dale St., corner Ashland;
$10. J. W. Crosson, 218 East Third st
; ■'■■■'... ■;.; *■ Boom.-,. ; .;.■
A— HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentla
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day. week or month. . ' -
FOURTH. ST., 52, WEST —Furnished
rooms: pleasant: well lighted. ■
CUaiM.IT PLACE, 287— rooms, iower
O '. floor: bath, cellar; all good condition.
WABASHA ST.. 52oV_— Furnished rooms
for rent: place quiet: Ice water on tap.
V BOARD WAMTED. V:^
BOARD— Wanted, board and room with
German family. Address V 58. Globe. •
Railroad Reorganization .Notice.
- : Whereas, on the day of March. A: D.
1894, the Dlstriet Court hi and for the County
of Washington, Minnesota, . First Judicial
District, - rendered and entered a decree of
foreclosure In an action pending in said
Court wherein Allen Curtis, as Trustee of
the first mortgaged . bondholders of i tbe
Stillwater - Street Railway Company was
plaintiff, and the Stillwater Street Railway
Company et at were defendants, and di
, reeling the sale by the Sheriff of said County
of all; and singular the property, premises,
rights, immunities and franchises, of the
said Stillwater. Street Railway Company, do
ing business •at tbe City of Stillwater.
County and State aforesaid and conducting
a line of street railway in the City of Still
water,-Towns, of Baytown, Stillwater and
Village of South Stillwater in said County
of Washington, and
Whereas, All and singular the said prop
erty of the said Stillwater Railway com
prny was heretofore on the 7tb day of May,
A. D. 1894, duly struck off and sold by the
Sheriff of said county of Washington, named
in said decree, as one entire property, to
Allen Curtis, as , Trustee of the first mort
gaged ' bondholders of the . said Stillwater
Street Railway' Company, and \
"Whereas, The said District Court iv and
for said Washington County, duly made and
entered its order on the llth day of May, A.
D. 1894, approving the said Sheriff's report of
sale and confirming the same, aud ordering
the said Sheriff to make, execute and de
liver to said 'Allen Curtis, as such Trustee,
. a certificate of sale as in and by the statutes
of this state provided, and
Whereas, pursuant to said order, said Sher
iff did on the 31st day of May, 1894, make,
execute and deliver to said Allen Curtis as
such Trustee, a certificate of sale as in and
by the statutes provided, of all tbe property,
premises, rights, immunities aud franchises
of the said Stillwater Street Railway Com
pany, in conformity with said decree and
order of said court; and
" Whereas.' said first mortgaged bondholders
of said Stillwater Street Railway Company,
for whose benefit said purchase was so made
by said Allen Curtis as such Trustee, are
about to proceed to organize a corporation,
with ail and singular the corporate powers,
rights, franchises, privileges and immunities
which were held by tbe said Stillwater Street
Railway Company at the time of the execu
tion of tbe mortgage foreclosed by said de
cree, but afterwards acquired by said Still
water Street Railway Company, pursuant to
the provisions of Section Eighty-seven (87),
Chapter Thirty-four (34) of the General stat
utes of Minnesota and other statutes appli
cable in such case.
Notice is hereby given that the first mort
gaged bondholders, of said Stillwater Street
Railway Company, for whose benefit said
purchase was so made by said Allen Curtis,
as such Trustee, will meet at Rooms 15 and
16 in the Torinus Block, at the City of Still
water. County of Washington, State of Min
nesota, on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1894,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day.
at which time and place the said first mort
gaged bondholders will adopt a corporate
name for the proposed new organization,
and ill then and there proceed without fur
ther notice, to elect a Board of Directors for
said new Corporation, and do all other acts
and things, and take all other steps which
may be requisite for the organization of the
new Corporation, with all the powers, rights,
franchises, privileges and immunities for
mally held by the said Stillwater Street Rail
way Company, in the County of Washington.
Slate ot Minnesota. -
Dated June Ist, A. D. 1894.
As Trustee of tbe First Mortgage Bondhold
ers of the Stillwater Street Railway Com
pany.;-! • -
St, Paul & White Bear
v R. R. CO.
In Effect May 12th, 1894.
For Norm St. Panl— a. m., 7:40 a.
-. - i m., 8:10 a. m., 9 a. m., and every bait
,'■.,: noun until 11 p. m., then 11:45 p. m.
ror "Wilder ood— 6:4o a m., 9 a. m., : and
It -£*S. every halt noun until 9:30 p. m.
For Iff al_ton_edl— 6:4o a. m., 10 a.- m..
..; 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m., 6:30 p. m., 7:30 p.
. ... nt., tp. m. ,
Notice 6:4o a. ra., 7:40 a. m. trips not ran '
on Sunday. On Sunday, the. 8:15 a. m. car
runs to Wildwood only. -v.o
'. ' '.
/•.» : '.*J»jl*i'. ■**>-.'■.■,.-• •■-'•.-•< •.:"•-'•- • ■-.■..- ■ ...
Leaves Union Depot fo
H 3 Chicago, St Louis ' and
■fVBBBIVBBI down-river points,' 7:au
-BtillllllHlillH "- m - Arrives from Chi- ,
■ Leaves Union m. Daily.
3 Chicago, St. Louis and
II down-river points, l-.M
iT|H a. m. Arrives from Chl
•illl cago 2 :3 dp. m. Daily.
■IHH Leaves Union Depot for
_H , l!lnrflo Chicago apd St Louis, .
l|Illill«lBn ** : 4op. m. Arrives from
HMHJMrM-Hl same points 'i Hi a. a.
REAE ESTATE FOR ______ ,
■ Houses, for Sale.
A HOME FOB CASH, CHEAP— If yoo
have about 84, 000, we can give yon
MxlG7 feet to an alley, facing south on
Dayton ar.,.- near. Kent St.: asphalt pave
ment stone sidewalk: house has seven
rooms, bath, furnace, gas, hardwood fin
ish, screens, storm sash, good • barn: a -
complete home in good repair. Our contract
is for five days only. , This property is worth
over $5.000. Smith & Taylor. 218 Manhattan. .
ON ACCOUNT of health of family requir
ing change of climate, I will dispose of
my nursery and fruit farm ; all set out in sal- j
able stock: agents now on the road taking
orders; good buildings. 'For further partic
ulars address A A. Boat. Excelsior, Minn.
or T. Bost Jr.. Globe counting room.
. FOB _____*•
BATHTUBS— sale, two bathtubs. 184.
Concord st. & :jg= .-, -"--■
--MOTOR For . sale, electric motor; oner
half horsepower, new, cheap; also
single harness. M. D. Toof. 319 Jackson St..
tblrd floor. ...■■■' ■ - - ■ :
SHOE FIXTURES— For sale, fine -boa
fixtures and shelving, at a bargain, at
33*TEai»t Seventh st. Call at once. -
DR. E. C. HOIDES, who has for the past
few years been associated with Drs.
Crary and Goodrich in the practice or den
tistry in the Germauia Life Insurance build
ing has opened a dental parlor in the new
Mabnbeimer block, . corner Sixth and Rob
ert sts. » .
OYE WORKS. .-
AHLERT & MINTEL — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. 214 East Seventh.
Thbo'Tbaijts Leave St. Paul Uxios Dxrrm
Chicago— a. m. f6:25 p. m. «B:ia p m.
Su Gear, Omaha, Kan. City— lS:4o a. m. T£s p. m.
Duluth and Superior— £lo:6s a. m. •11:00 b m.
Mankato & Tracy— ls:os p.m. »Dally. tEx Sua.
TICKET OF Ft OK. 103 East Tmm c-.--..,
Third Sr.^^^E^^pp^ a v 1"!
ST. PAUL. j^^SSSSP^ BINNEAPOU
UNION DEPOTS BOTH CITIES.
GREAT NORTHERN BY.
leave. St Paul Union Depot. I arrive.
a7:4spm_ »Washington Line JalO :20 am
at")::w pm 'Winnipeg Line r ' a 7:0.-1 am
bß:osnm WHlmarJ-orrisJi Br.Val. b 7.00 pm
b8 :30 am Fergus Fulls. Grand F'ks b 6:05 pm
b3:i»pm ."I Osseo ft St. Cloud § WlSSani
b3:3op_i _ Anoka & Willmtr blo:ssam
b4:3opm Excelsior. Hutchinson, bll:ss_m
bS :05 am Soo Falls, Yankton.S.City b 7:Mpm
a. Daily ; b. Except Sunday: .*Dining and
Buffet Cars. Palace Sleepers. Tourist Cars.
DULUTH— WEST SUPERIOR.
Eastern Minnesota Railway.
Run the only fast . train from St Paul
through Union Depots Minneapolis and West
Superior to Dulutn without chance of eara.
Finest Buffet Parlor Cars in the West. -
Leave, i Arrive.
1:05 pm Daily Except Sunday 6:55 pm
10:00 am ] Steamship Special, Only
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Magnificent new exclusively passenger
.■-./. : : steamship
will leave Duluth FRIDAY. June Bth. at 4
p. m., for Sauit Ste. Marie, Detroit Cleveland
and Buffalo, making close- connections for
New York, Boston, Philadelphia and all
NORTHERN PACIFIC !
The Dining Car -Line to Fargo, Winnipeg
Helena, Butte and the Pacific Northwest
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and *"*
Pacific Coast Trains. _,-. . Ac
Pacific Mail (daily; ior Fargo,
Jamestown, Livingston. Helena,
Butte, Missoula, Spokane, Ta- 4:15 7:11
coma. Seattle and Portland. ... p. m. a. __,
akaia and Manitoba Express
(daily) for Fergus Falls, Wahoe
ton. Crook-ton, Grand Fork* ,
Graf . Winnipeg, Moorhead, tM 7:11
Fareo and Jamestown... ;;-" p. m. am.
Fargo local (daily except Sun
day,,for St Cloud, Braiuerd and I* *:!)
Fargo. [g. m. p.m.
D keta Exprc*. Amu not ru .mm Kar<oJ.ai
flays. Pullman Sleepers dully between St. Pan.
nnd Grand Forks, Grafton. Winnipeg, Fergus Falls,
wabpeton nnd Farno. Pullman Flrst-Class an!
Tourist Sleepers are run on through Pacific Go-rt
Trains. C. *-i* 1, 2 N 1 : ' at * Tick** ■*••■»*• Mi ***
Third Street St Paul.
Chicago, Mllnaukee & St.Paul Hy
- Le. — St. Paul— A
thlcago -Day" e-press ail i ... i ... >, pm
Chicago "Atlantic" express «-65p in «1-:1 ium
Chicago 'Fast Mail" ««-66b m •-:_> Sra
Chicago "Vestibule" Llm_ *t:lip in it am
Chicago via toque. ___ H:l»9 m | »1.-5 am
D.buqne tib L* Crosse ...._ to am in lv Li pm
St. Louis and Kansas Ctty.. 'sits a m •»-_ pro
Ml bank and Aberdeen _ »*j_iu ru st pin
Milbank and Aberdeen - tc-ii p >>• Xl . am
•D'ly. 1 Ex. fun. :Ex. Sat. lEs. Mon. Far
detail inform at to i call at ticket office
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES.
--NORTH ABB —» nAILT\ /-LVB. SOUTH.-.
4:40 pm 8:50 am Minn'p'is H:3Upm 6:4. pm
4:00 pm 4:15 am St. Paul.. 1:10pm 7:_->p__
»8:lfl am 8:-i5pm Mllw'keo 3:20 am 7:13 am
11 :45 pm 11 :».*i pm Chicago.. 7:oo am 0 :"> iam
Direct line to Eau Claire. Milwaukee Cni
caKO and tbe East and South.
Vestibuled Sleepers and Dining Cars.
City Office— l 64 East Third St. St. Paul.
ST. PALL UNION DEPOT.
Dally aa follows) Leave.
Boston, Montreal and New Eng- '-
land points 2:00 p. m.
Vancouver, N. Whatcom and Pa
cific coast points... 7:50 p. __,
For further information and time of local
trains call at ticket office or consult foldeiy.
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERS RAIL, WAT
Co. Trains leave Union Depot City
Office. 364 Robert Street, corner Fifth. -
Daily. Dally tea. Suud.j Leave Arrive
-Chicago Fast Express.- ... I t:uuam i:i pm
tlowa. Mo. & Kansas Ex.. .f (*K»am ilrir.pm
•Dodge Center Local ..... . 8:35 pm to .Join.
Chicago Limited...... ...I 730 ;_'
(Pcs Moines, St. J. „K. C..1 7:30 i>m -ia.-rp
>'i ' ; 'Of^lSfr^*- -Sv.-: :.--.-.> ._ r „-.. J .
will leave for St. Louis and intermediate
landings 5.; .,. ■•>«:.•;.:;;-..- ;.--j-.-.»r'- --..^:, ,
' Saturday. Jane S. at '2 p. in. : .
I , For full ! inf urination regarding passenger
and freight rates apply to C.R. BROCK WAY,
General Agent.-, Office foot of Siblev St. op- "
Msite U»ta» **•*-. at. PauL Telephone »»