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FIRST THROUGH TRAIN
9F THE NORTHERN PACIFIC LEAVES
/BACKS .till! ABOVE WATER.
turns Oat Thnt They Have Sus
tained Little Daman From the
Flood— C. B. Briuison to Leave
the Union Depot — Scrabble to
Carry school -Teachers to the
At the Northern Pacific offices yester
jay it was learned that at 4:15 p.m.
.oday it would send out its first through
;raiu west since the recent floods. This
will go dear through to Kulso, Wash.,
which is within fifty miles of Portland.
"It this point the train will connect
pith steamer for Portland, thus making
practically through service. An euct-ur-
Isiyg teles-ram received by local of
"icials here yesterday states that the
aiain line for V.ti miles west of Mis
•cula is free from water. This makes
» clear roadbed to Clark's Fork.
The water is still rapidly fall
.ng. It has been ■ announced
that the main line, when freed from the
water, would be in such bad shape that
the company could not run trains over
it for two months. it was estimated
that it would require at least that length
of time to fully make repairs. Hap
pily for the portion of the line now left
dry, it is found that the water has done
the roadbed little injury, as it is thor
oughly ballasted. The probabilities are
that the Great Northern is not so seri
ously affected as at lirst supposed, and
when its live appears above the waters
west from Havre it will not require ex
tensive repairs. It is to be hoped so at
BIiUXSOX TO STEP OUT.
Bis Countenance Will Soon Be [
' "ilrsent From tbe Union Depot.
Superintendent C. IJ. Brunson, of the
Union Depot, company, will resign from
that position at the coining meeting of
the directors. This will go into effect
possibly as early as duly 1 and by Aug.
lat the furthest. His act is of his own
free will. and in severing this connection
he does so leaving nothing but kind
reelings between himself and the board
of directors. He has made an excellent
record and faithfully discharged the
arduous duties ot his responsible posi
tion for ten years. It is said by a close
friend of his that the Union Depot com
pany can hardly afford to offer him
a large enough figure to remain, as he
hones to better his present income in a
private business. He is to encage in
itaudiinsr the franchise here of the new
revolving door, having received the
right to do so in this territory from the
patentee of this device. It is somewhat
early to speculate upon a succcssonr to
-choolmarms* Ticketing for Na
The National Educational convention
at Asbury Park, N.J., will be largely*
attended by schoolmarms from the '1 win
Cities. Wednesday night City Ticket
Agent Russell, ot the Wisconsin Oen
tral at Minneapolis, sent out seventy
nine teachers from that city, booked for
this event. He is a " hustler, and
doesn't care who knows it. City Ticket
Agent Green, of the same line here, has
already booked between thirty and
forty. City Ticket Agent Whitaker. of
the St. Paul & Duluth, reported yester
day that he had made reservations
from St. Paul over his line to Duluth of
forty more. These will connect at Du
luth with the Great Lake Route via
.buffalo and to all points east thereof.
The Soo line complacently smiles
(through City Ticket Agent Thorn) and
catches vast numbers of female peda
gogues with the cut rates it first put
into the field. 'It was rumored yester
day that the Chicago Great Western
was bound to be "in the push," and
that it for today and tomorrow would
meet the Soo on its own proposition.
All the other lines are doing a good
Soilness as common carriers of school
Swtjhers. The position taken by the
l'n:'!ibgtoii. the Omaha, the Milwaukee
at' 1 , the Great Northern and ! Northern
Pacific haa already been published.
G. A. K. ENCAMPMENT RATE.
Chairman Caldwell Mends Ont a
An interesting letter has been sent out
4y Chairman Caldwell relative to the
annual encampment of the Grand Army
of the Republic at Pittsburg, Pa., Sept.
S-10. He includes a letter from F. C.
Donald, commissioner of the Central
Traffic association. . He states that as
soon as the desired information .is ob
tained it will be sent out to the lilies in
interest. Commissioner Donald says, in
speaking of the withholding of the rates
announced by Pittsburg terminal lines
for this event, pending the holding ot a
recent meeting of the Central Traffic as
sociation, at which time it was expect
ed that lhe rates formerly airreed on by '
the Pittsburg lines would be raised, that
the whole matter was referred to the
Pittsburg terminal lines again. The
representatives of these roads will meet
early and repoit the result of their de
K AIN'T LAKE CITY. .
•Sold! Gold! Gold!
On opening of navigation, the Cana
dian Pacific Railway will open their di
rect route from St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Duluth to Rainy Lake City via Rat
Portage and- the Lake of the Woods
and "Empire" will leave Duluth every
Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, for Port-
Arthur, making direct connection with
Canadian Pacific Railway -for Rat
Portage, whence steamers leave oil ar
rival of train for- Rainy ; Lake City, -
Hannalord and Fort Francis.
Daily trains also leave St. Paul and
Minneapolis via Winnipeg to Rat
Portage. Superior accommodation
Rates the lowest.
Apply to Booth Packing C 0.,. Duluth;
Northwest Transportation Co., J Duluth;
Y. F. Larse. Agent D.; is. S. & A. Ry.
. Duluth; C. B. Hibbard. G. P. A.. Soo
Line, Minneapolis; Robert Kerr, G. P.
A., Can. lac. Ry., Winnipeg. v-
FARE AND. A THIRD
.for Round Trip to Various Sum
mer Events. - -:~
Lines in interest having agreed there
to, reduced rates have been authorized'
for the lines.' members of : the Western
Passenger -.association,' to a 'large num
ber of gatherings in the varioti- states.
Among these are two of local interest.
An open rate of a fare and one third for
the round trip from all points in Minne
sota lost. Paul July 11. on account of
the Republican state convention, has
been made. Excursion tickets will be
sold for this event July 10-11, good to
return on or before July"l 2 .' *> *
To Minneapolis, Minn., June 27. July
S, on account of synod ical meeting to be
held there of Minnesota and Dakota dis
trict of the German -Evangelical Synod
of Missouri. Ohio and oilier -slates, a
rate of fare and .one- third has been
named from points in Minnesota and
North and South Dakota, east of the
LAKE ERIK BOYCOTT.
Radical .Action Taken 'by --' tho
• Western Association. V'
Chicago, Juno 14.— The Western Pas
senger association lines have decided to
boycott the Lake Erie & Western, but
whether the boycott will ever amount to
anything is another question. !'-""'..
A formal notjee-^was sent this after
noon to General Passenger Agent Daly,
of the Lake Erie & Western, that after
July 8 no tickets of his Hue will be hon
ored by any line in the association.
After dispatching tins declaration of
war the .fleeting sent word to Passeuger
Traffic Manager White, of the Atchison,
announcing tiie decision arrived at, and
requesting the Atchison to : co-operate
with the association lines- in barring
out the Lake & Western tickets.
Mr. White at once, sent word to the
meeting that his road would not boycott
the Lake Erie & Western, but on the
contrary would "honor any * aud t all
tickets issued by that line that came the
way of the Atchison road. Mr. White
reminded the association that it was
only a few weeks back that his road,
when a member of the association,*- had
made a request that the Atchison be
afforded- relief against the Southern
- Pacific, an outside line, which was, he
said, making rates Vvhich were demoral
izing tne business of the Atchison. He
was denied the relief asked, and now
the association, was asking 'him 'to j join
in a boycott against an ; outside line
under the. same section of the associa
tion agreement under which he hud
asked relict under precisely similar
circumstances to the present case. It
had .. been refused to him.- and i the
Atchison road had been laughed at for
presuming to ask such a thing. If the
association agreement did not permit a
boycott against the Southern Pacific it
did uot permit of a boycott against the
Lake Erie & Western, and, at any rate,
the Atchison would have nothing to do
with the proposed boycott. The associ
ation lines bad sent their notice to the
Lake Erie & Western before the Atchi
son lipped over their apple-cart, and
now they will consider. ways and means
of backing out in the most graceful
manner possible or getting tne Atchison
into the agreement to boycott the Lake
Erie & Western, but -there is not the
slightest chance of the latter event com
ing to pass. •--.■: ••'*'■?: ; -■:•;'.: . '-
Charges ore made that the Burlington
has been cutting the rate. from Denver
to' Chicago and return for -a party of
school teachers. ; it is alleged that the
road has maae a rate of $30.05, which is
about one-half of the agreed rate. The
Burlington denies in the most positive
terms that it has done anything of the
kind, but the other lines claim that they
not only have photographs of the tick
ets.but some of the tickets as well. The
Rio Grande Western is. also accused of
cutting the rate between Salt Lake City
and Chicago. It has been asked tor an
explanation, and the intimation has
been given that unless the explanation
is forthcoming a boycott may be insti
tuted against the road. •
Before You Go Away
Be sure and call at "The Milwaukee"
offices for full information as to routes,
accommodations and lowest rates to all
points East. .
C. M. & St. P. is the only electric
lighted line. - '
Solid vestibuled trains.
• ! Private compartment cars, library
buffet smoking cars, free reclining chair
cars. ti ASstft^},f? ! JlfP a^P t^
.-■• Best and most frequent service be
tween the two cities aud Milwaukee and
The Government's - Official Fast Mail
Line. . •■-..,■ '-.-•• -----
The celebrated electric berth reading
Low summer, tourist tickets to East
ern points now on sale. - v -
Offices: ''65 Robert street, St. Paul;
Guaranty Loan Building and "Milwau
kee" depot, Minneapolis, or address
- J. T. Conlky,
Assistant General Passenger Agent, V
■ ; St. Paul, Minn.
BUFFET ECHOES. ;*C
Moses Folsom. immigration agent of
the Great Northern, left last night for
General Passenger Agent Russell, of
the St. Paul & Duluth, was in' Stillwa
ter yesterday. *ffiß_ro,i-***B
Ed A. Whitaker, of the Minneapolis
& tt. Louis, exhibits with pride some
rye from his farm n>-:ir Forest Lake
eight feet in heig.i . It isn't in a bottle,
The Western t'assenger association
has negatived the application for - re
duced rates to the Virden cycle meet, at
Virdeu, ill.. June lS.and to the meeting
of the Missouri Methodist State assem
bly, July 9to le'R^'-; .
Tariff Clerk McGrath. of the Omaha
general" freight department, who has
been in Milwaukee since Monday, re
turned yesterday" V morning. lie was
called there by the illiie.-s of - his wife's
sister. He reports the tad news other
death. ' .*: ' V*. . : ' ; * "■ -"-rV
The Milwaukee announces by a
dodger that it will sell round-trip ; ex
cursion tickets at . reduced rates be
tween all stations on its line within 200
miles, on account of the glorious Fourth,
on July 3 and 4, good to return until
July 5.;'- -;-—•• ' '■':-.'■■■'
'- Chairman Caldwell promulgates - the
information that exchanger orders sold
.in territory east of that under the juris
diction of. Western . Passenger, associa
tion gateways, on account ot meeting of
the American Institute of Homoeopathy,
now iv session at Denver, not be
honored on and after June 13. .".-..
, The booking for the* Northern Steam
ship " company's palatial; North - West
that arrives at Duluth today . from the
Twin Cities is about seventy-five. * Tbe
special train on the Eastern Railway of
Minnesota, which leaves St. Paul at 10
a." in. today to connect with I this ; boat, .
aud which carries these | passengers I to
Duluth, will run a dining car for -y their
accommodation. -:-- -•:.*
." PHELAN'B DEPOSITION. v i
It Created a Sensation in the
VV;, : A Bonacum"-Corbett Trial.
Nebraska City, Neb., June 14.— in
the Bishop :'. Bonacum-Priest ' Corbett
litigation " today [. the 1 deposition of Dr.
Phelan, of St. Louis, an eminent church
authority on canonical law, was read, s
indicating that the j bishop j has disre
garded tv his treatment of the priests of
his diocese all the cardinal principles of
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY OLOBE: TTJPAY MCBtfTttG. >Jl*K__ tS, 1*94.
canonical law. V lt created a sensation ;>
The bishop testified," giving a list of au
thors ot ecclesiastl -a! law that were not
regarded as authority, by tne Church of
Rome, and the defense at once produced
letters from the bishop in which he had
recommended many of , tbo books pro
scribed to the priests. "**-* '..'-"■"•'... t ;.' ;
To the Seashore and Mountains of
r the East via Pennsylvania- Short
I '- Lines. --j. 'V t ;-;" r^;" ;■ r.". -\ r ' -
I The short route via Chicago and the
only one over which solid vestibuled
trains run to Cressou, Altoona and
other retreats in the Alleghenies, to
which Tourist Tickets at reduced .fates
will be sold during the season. For
reaching the '.'Adirondack's,' the White
Mountains, the Catskills, and places of
summer sojourn in Eastern New York,
Vermout, New Hampshire and Maine,
these lines offer exceptional advantages,
being the most : direct from Chicago
to New York, where connection is
made for any of the retreats in the
mountains of the East. _ Newport, Fall
River, Narragansett Pier. Nantucket,
Martha's Vineyard; and the delightful
resorts down on Cape Cod are readily
reached - from : New York, from which
point passengers have choice of rail
route or palatial steamers of the Fall
River Line. Atlantic . City, CaDe May,
Long Branch, Asbury Park," Ocean
Grove, and resorts oil the New Jersey
Coast are reached via Philadelphia or
New York over divisions of the Penn
sylvania System, the only route to them
formed by one system of railways. For
details address 11. R. Derln_, A. G. P.
Agent, 243 South Clark street. Chicago.
The-Qnestion Discussed by Sec
\ retary Hayes and T. B. McGuire."
St. Louis, June 14.— 1n speaking of
the interchange of working cards which
the federatiouists at the (recent labor
conference would not allow, Secretary
Hayes, of the K. of L., said:'
•'This was one of the principal ques
tions tnat came up, and it was tabled.
I tell you there was very little accom
plished at this session. It is ; a hard
matter to accomplish much good - when
the Federation is bucking against us. "
T. B. McGuire, of , the executive
board of the Knights of Labor, said: ;«
; "The interchange; of working cards
was the ouly. thing that could accom
plish the one tiling required, and that
is concerted action by wage - earners.
The feuerationiats would like it if we
would break the Knights of Labor and
join them in a body. Now why should
we do this? We are willing to recog
nize their cards, and we doit Their
carpenters in New York, without a
Knights of Labor card, could get no
work. We are in the majority there,
and we recognize j the federatiouists;
but when they are iv the ascendency,
do they reciprocate? Not much. They
made no : proposition ■to us; we did ail
the proposing, and 1 cannot say that,
after all, there ..was . much accom
plished.".: •-■■: .■. ■ :,-• . !■'■•■ ;
' Teachers. '.■.-.'« r, ■i\i&\,i\ .,
'"'.' Before making arrangements for your
tickets to New, York. New England or
Canadian points, call on the Wisconsin
Central Lines. Rates as low as the low
est.ami all courtesies granted which are
extended by other lines. F. A. Greene,
City Passenger aud Ticket Agent, No.
164 East Third street, opposite Mer
The Catholics and A. P. A.'s Are at
- , v . - ;" ; War. :. j :■■„- _ ?
. Omaha, June 14.— For years' the
American Protective association aud
Catholic elements of the Omaha police
force have disorganized the force and
rendered the department " practically
worthless. : At an all-night session the
tire and police commission dismissed all
! the. active representatives of both ele
ments in both the police ami detective
forces, numbering two dozen. The
board declares that if this raid does not
induce harmony between j the two fac
tious, it will dismiss every man belong
ing ;to Catholic or «■' A. P. A. organiza
tions '. and reorganize * the force com
pletely. . ~ —
It had reached a point when constant
collisions were occurring between the
organizations, and one side was always
seeking an opportunity -to undo the
work of the other.
Red and White ;. vs. Crimson, Minne
tonka Beach, June 23.
PSt. Paul Man Chosen.
Detroit. Mich., June 14.— The su
perintendents of the railway; telegraph
; today elected the following officers:
President. O. C.Greene, St. Paul.super
inteudent telegraph. Northern Pacific
vice president. E. E. Adams, of the
Philadelphia & Reading; secretary
and treasurer; P. W. Drew, of the Wis-'
cousin. Central. ; ; . '
There is nothing like the S.I'iiTOKA-
Tivai NKUVINI- discovered by the
great specialist. IU!. Hal's, to cure all
• nervous '; diseases, as -. Headache. - the
Blues, Nervous Prostration, Sleep
lessness, Neuralgia, St. t tin* Dance,
Fits and Hysteria. Many physicians
use it in their practice, and say the results
are wonderful. -We have hundreds of testi
monials like these from druggists: "We have
never known anything line It."— Snow & Co.,
Syracuse, N. Y. r "Every bottlo sold brings
words of praise."— J. -G. v Wolf. Hillsdale,
Mich. '-The best seller we ever had"—
Woodworm & Co.. Fort Wayne, Ind.
"Nervine sells better than anything.we ever
had."— H. F. Wyatt & Co:; Concord, N.H.
it contains no opiates or dangerous drugs. "
T Sold on a Positive Gurrantee. :
Fine book of testimonials Free at druggists.
OR. laiLES ItIEOICAL CO.,
180 Last Seventh si., St. Paul Mini
Ereeaiivcuiesali private. nervons.chrat.la
and blood aud skin diseases of both soxs, '
without I the use 'of mercury or hludrans I
ltom business. NO CUKE, NO PA V. Prl
vale : diseases, and all old. lingering ease* 1
> where the blood has become coisoued, can |
ing ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth,
rains iv tho bead and bones, and all disease*
of the kidneys aud ; bladder, are cured for
life. Men of all ages who are suffering from '
j the result -of youthful Indiscretion or ex
cesses of mature years, producing nervous- '
ness, indigestion, nation, loss of mem
: ory, etc, are - thoroughly aud pe.'oianeutlr I
cured. •---'.:--. --.- .-,-.- :.-'./■-->■--■.-.*--
- Dr. Feller, who has had many years ot ' ex- ';
perience this specialty, is a graduate from
oue of tbe leading; medical colleges of tb
country. He bas never failed lv : curing j any
cases that ne 5 has undertaken. Cases ana
correspondence sacredly confidential. I Call
.or write for list of question*. Medicine scut
-by mailand express erery where ■ free from
, »lk ' audexposnr*, - - - - ■■ . - -■ - > -«- . »• -?
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A SI' HI* BAROMETER.
' .-' Aak the boy who sella the patters
and he will tell yon more About
Circulation than all the affidavits
that can be published. Jnst try It
and you will be convinced tbat the
(■lobe leads all. ...■■.... :.'/-'■ '■■■
WASTS < BE LEFT
At the Follow: ng . Locations for
Insertion in Daily . and Sunday
I'lobe. :--'-:- '*•— = V •'/. .'V."X^- r
M. D. Merrill. 442 Broadway. -;
S. H. Reeves, -Druggist Moore j block, Seyen
. . Corners." '_.- '.".
C. T. Heller. Druggist, 258 St. Peter street -
Straight Bros., Druggists, corner of Rondo
and Grotto. - . !VV -;'. : -
William K. Collier, Druggist, 199 East Sev
*K-i,"' enth street .-,..' ■'.._ - "V-** '• ■' . .'.
A. T. Guernsey. Druggist, 171 Dale.'V ", yj j
V. A. Hirsuher, Druggist 235 Roudo street -
Sever Westby. Druggist 679 East Third st. .
E. McCrudden, Confectioner. 496 Rice st V -
W. A. Frost & Co., Druggists, cdrner' Selby
' "■-, and Western avenues. *Ii ' '■:•_ . V -.
B. J. Wltte" Druggist 300 Market, cor. Fifth.
-:- .-.." . ttt ales. ,■-.. .A^; ;-'.'.: [ *
AGENTS^«SO to 575 weekly: chemical ink .
. erasing peucil; great seller; prou'ts im
mense. Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 4, La .
Crosse. Wis. • -
ARBER -wanted at Frank Bahr's, 180
East Third st.. Drake Block:- :- .'. ;■
BARBER wauted at 403 East Seventh st. '
COOK— \V«fhted, a goyd and. reliable cook =
- for nine days at CampvLakeview. from '
June 22 to June - 33. • Give references. For t
particulars apply to Albert SteihhaSser, New
Elm, Minn. -..-. '■!• A.--ui~~: t •" i ;
FARM HAND— Wanted, man* to work oh "■
farm. ' Call Room 401', Chamber of Com? I
merce., .' rj. "...;,.;-. ■-■,.■;.■;, \ t f*:'j- ■-■:•■ ... ;:
Glob? BusiJff.iiJ' college, the
VX people's institution, will, as usual, ret
main open during the summer months to ac
commodate the large and enthusiastic class
of young people now attending : the college.
Young men and ladies, as a ell as - business
men .-'and 'business women, who wish to im
prove their (justness education in business
law, business -"atithmeu'c, I bookkeeping, tel
egraphy, shorthand, ; r etc., are cordially in
; vi:ed to attend this school; tuition c reason
able. Students can earn their board. 'For
circulars, call or address F. A. -Maron, Endi- ,
cott bmloing.- gjj — ■ j .--. - ;-V
SALESMEN OR AGENTS — Wanted,
salesmen or agents; good - pay selling
pants to order; $ii; suits, 815; shirts. $1.
■Hunter.Tailoring Company. Cincinnati. O.
hJOEICITOK— anted, men of energy and
tJ 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.
. \\. ANTE.—M en to travel and advertise
VV our Noue Such Polishing Paste; uo
canvassing. Tack signs on fences, buildings,
place sample orders, etc. Salary, $9 per
week; Si per day allowed -for expenses,
Send 35 cents for sample box, contract etc.
Address None Such Specialty Co.. Box LS-7.
Whitehall, Wis. : - - ■'' A -■- g ■-,-; ; ; *■
• -- •' ■■'. ;- Females. f ' , '■>'■ i
.A _ A —AT LA RFENTEUR'S-— Wanted.
_*_. iii cooks for short distance out of city
and all kinds of other help; places free.- 51
West Exchange st Telephone 007. ' **.'• - V
CHAMBERMAID— Wanted, experienced
chnmbe imaiu at once; come ready to
work. Hole 1 Richelieu, corner Seventh and
Robert sts. rj.rr~***-HJ*****g*C. ■■<-■• i * "' ■■" '.". . -'--" '■
CIHAMBEBMAID— Good chamber girl.
J.- Call at 474 Wabasha st ■;
C**OOK— A competent cook for small family;
J. good wages. Apply fi!7 Holly. ay. .. .V.
ISHWAsHiiK- W anted, girl as dish
washer and young man for ■• lunch
counter. - Cafe Neumann. 379 Wabasha st - :-
DRESSMAKERS— Wanted immediately,
J '■■ two competent dressmakers. Apply
Selby ay. .. - .--Ar- '.'-•> • •■•
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work; must bring best of references.
333 East Ninth st; call mornings before 10.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, good girl for
general housework. Call at No. 706
OU-.KWORK.-t-.rl for general house
work iv small family; references.
Apply 452 Dayton ay. . . .. . - : - - , ;-. s
E OUSEWORK — Good girl for general
housework. ' Apply '23 Iglehart. ..
Laundress — Wanted, --.two .'-first-class
machine ironers at once : ' long engage*
ment to good people. Crescent steam Luun
dry, Winona. Minn.- S"
NURSE— Good, strong Protestant girl for
help in nursery in Protestant Orphan
Asylum, corner St.- Albans and Marshall. ■:-, <
. STENOGRAPHER- Wanted, a lady stonl
O ographer; : give references : and state
salary expected. Address V 15, Globe. -7 1
"j.ry?** a SALE. /V/V * -jfi , \
FAN HEATER FOR SALE AT A
• Bargain— One :-- Sturtevant -cone . fan
heater containing one , four-toot cone fan,
with 3,047 feet one-inch pipe wittr housings: i
j nearly new; l been used only : about ■■■ four
.weeks; is In first-class condition. For par
ticulars inquire of GiUelt's Iron Works, Lake
Cily, Minn. V,'--- r .-.-.. '-■.-■■ ■••-TT.
' MERRY GO-ROUND- For sole, ' cheap* '
J.VA;, steam ; merry-go-ronnd, -in good run
ning order, al corner Western ay. and Martin
Bt', St. Paul. •■'■".: -A': t^-'-'.-r.;..-' ■■■ ■• . '
MINNESOTA HOT AIR VAULTS- Sell
- your coal stove: remove your coal-eat
ing urn ace to the scrap pile. Heat your house
with the new method. , Save 30 per - cent of
coal over the- furnace; costs one-third less.
Drop a card to Jay Leigh ton, 810 Grand ay.; -
for circular of explanations. j- .*:♦ - ■>
DEAD Auction Column Real Estate Sale.
SHOE -FIXTURE--— For sale,; fine shoe
fixtures and shelving, at a bargain, at
■33 Bast Seventh St.*. Call at once. -- ■-.■.-■-..-?
;'':::..:VTO EXCHANGE. . ;V. V
O EXCHANGE— Party owning valuable
down-town block of several stores and
twice as many - well-arranged ■• apartments
(over stores) desires to > exchange-equity of
. about ft 1 ,000, for an improved farm, not too
far from St Paul. -' T. W. Shopard, 94 East
Fourth st. ■>*;--'-•' -'•.■■ ■ -i.t",,-r, t ■■■ -?«~z.i.?'
,-•-, '- '- .:-. i ■■.-£-. -ej.4r. - .. r- .^ .j [^ , . [-F .- " ..' .
ii-i'r. 3. WAMTED'TO BEST. * V V -.- ' V
hjODA "! Founi aims-Two soda fou a
' tains for tits on * , * - f ift only. * Address
-U-13, airt«.^;-tM H M nBI » !a3j .
,' SITUATIONS WAMTKP. fctl;
liIJCS ■. ".:.*•; ■•'■.■ '."-i.U.'le.'i -:■ -J;.- r^M^U ..;•
l*T— r : : ■ ' - i ' i ■ -
APPRRNriC.- : BARBER -Wanted ** by
,*X '■* ft boy seventeen years of, age; place to
'learn the barber's trade. Address A/Bryant,
mi Edward St., Wen St Paul. '"■'■' ■"">;■;
BARER**— Bread, cake and hotel bakers
that want - positions. " Bakers*. Employ- 1
ment Bureau, 73 West Third st. /"-• -*-'"..■"■
BAKER— A first-class baker wants a situa
.' tion in a country town or city. Inquire .
■ Joseph Aitstett. 213 Concord Bt. ' ; f ■". -.-'. ". jI j
BOYS FOR PLACEH, 'places for boys.
--1 employment bureau for. poor boys, free
Newsboys' Club Room, Wabasha st. ; open
.from il to 12 a. m.; and from 7t ■ a p. m: j -j Vj
DOOhKBKPEK — Position wanted by
JJ bookkeeper; good penman; can operate
typewriter. J. C. 515 St. Peter st. ... .. : '_-. .-■ ; ,
CLEKK— A steady young man wants work
for a private family or clerk in a store;
is a Salvationist. O.W. 8., 409 Summit Place.
COOKS— Two ■ competent . young . men.'
' Eastern cooks, will work reasonable;
good references. Call or send postal to Ho
tel de Mink. 329 St. Peter st. ; ,in .or out of
city. .... -.- •.., - ,< . ... - - it(,^:';
COOK— First-class meat cook wants situ
ation; wages $50. . Address G. 8., 207
Norris st. -. -_- '■■'. .v5--i. j^i'''-- ... '--
COLLECTOR— A university; law student
'■ - wants a position in a law oiiice to- do
collecting and office .work: cau | give refer
ences; will work for low wages, . Address J.
A. Galbert St. Paul..- ■-.■■■,. ;_■s-. ■- -,■".., ■-.-, t .-' -.-
CLERK— A ; bright, honest, - intelligent
- young man of sixteen would like posi
tion in ; some store or office or to ruu i soda
fountain. " Please call or address George A.
Shaudorf. 524 Orleans st; city; ',' jj -
DRIVER— A ; good, honest man,' who ia
...': well ■ acquainted in < the .-. city, would
like to drive . some delivery wagon or :do
janitor . work. Please call ;or ; address A. j
Shaudorf. 524 Orleans st. city. "'
EMPLOYMENT — Boy, sixteen, wants
work of any kind; English parentage.
G. L.. 135 Thirteenth st '■'. . ■".--. "
FARM Experienced farm hand
t- wants place Jou farm. Address Johu
Kelly, St Paul. General Delivery.- ..:■.■•.;•:-
FIHEMAN— wanted by a good
stationary engine fireman: can give good
references if required: Call or address J. 8.,
312 Yankee st., St. Paul. .;.......
FOREMAN'— Situation as .foreman of
small dally or weekly paper; active and
sober. Address C. A. Boxell, 85 West Con
gress st., St. Paul. .;-■ '.. '-.. ■_• .-, -■-...- -
OFFICE WORK -Situation wanted by
-■ young - man who is accustomed to office
..work or collecting; best of references and
well acquainted In the city. U. C. C. 108 Mt.
'Airy. 'r .' ; -J .-■ ■.-.:.■■-- ":<■.
i OFFICE WORK—A : young man desires
iV position in an office; well recommended:
understands I bookkeeping thoroughly; good .
penman, and will work for moderate wages.
Address J. B. P.. 577 LafOnd st '_--... - '
OFFICE WORK-situatiou wanted by a
i young man to do any kind of work" in
office -or collecting, soliciting, etc. good
references. Address K. A:, Globe. - :
OFFICE BOX- Boy wants! work iv an
1 office -or as ; errand ; is fourteen . years :
-old and has good references, .; Address J.S.,
15!) Indiana ay. ".j
PHAS;MACI>T— Situation panted by reg
istered pharmacist; twelve years' expe
*reuce: speaks Germ iL Address D 7. Globe.
£)*1 AUMACIST. registered, .: seeks per
-.. manent position; experienced In . all
"branches of the business; oest of references.
' Address S 40. Globe. .Minneapolis. .'...;., ,'.',;. . ■ . . ,;
PHARMACIST, registered " • In .' Minne
;J 4- : sota, -: Wisconsin -r and .■ Illinois, wants
. position; speaks German; best of reference;
-.city or. country. -Address N. 79. Globe.
Pl'lMTKli— Competent all-round printer
- would like situation in country office at
moderate salary; ;■■ best > references. " Address
Printer, 334 Robert st. ::'. . ,-y ;_■ . ;,■ '■- .V ;■ . :. .
UPHOLSTERER— Situation Wanted -
-V an with nine years' experience in up
holstering, carpet cleaning' and relaying and
all kinds of general jobbing. John Mellin,
675 Hague ay. ._ -.'■ .... .'■ : ■■"".'.':;,-.
--■ -V-. .-..'. .■./'■-'--" a 1 cm ales. .-'...-■- - ;
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, a position by
; young lady of experieuce in bookkeep
ing and knowledge of . stenography. '■•■ Ad
; dress U 67, Globe. - ----.- •-.:• -.• • f- ••' ■'-
CAitETAKEK— Wanted, by a woman, to
take care of a vacant house durlug sum
mer. ' Address Mrs. May P. Willis. St. Paul
.P. 0.. ':•■•- ■;,:.- ..■■- ,;. -"...,- ... - .-. ■
HODS K KEEPER — a lady with good
'— manners and experience would like a
position 'to - take care of some respectable
gentleman's bouse: uo objection to children.
■Address Z 77, Globe. ■■-■-/, '-? .-..:.'
HOUSEKEEPER— A young lady wishes
I ' a position as housekeeper for a | small
family, in or out of city. Call or address 130
.East Tenth st-,'.'? :•■■■■■•?• "r> f v •,_■-■
TV] URSING— would like sick nurs
i™ ing of any kind; can give good refer
ences and will work cneao. Address Nurse,
19SI/2 East Fifteenth st. -.-.:■■■ -.- -.-. - ; . - ■■ -.-.--
NUItSE GIRL— gill wants a place
'- to ' care for ■ child, where she cau go
home nights: wages $1.50. ; X 800. Globe.
Office WORK— Wanted, a . position in
; office by youug lady of experience in
office work and. knowledge of stenography:
moderate compensation expected. Address
331 Ramsey st ■ . -~ -■ .;-... --.- . j-. .:.-.;
STENOGRAPHER — Experienced lady
stenographer, who is also good long-band
writer, would like a position at once; will
- work for moderate salary ; references fur
nished. Address W 85, Globe. ':.'.- ■ g
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, by lady who
,• operates Remington typewriter, a posi
tion as stenographer aud assistant bookkeep
er: city reference. Address N 78, Globe. •- •
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted.' a' position
by a lady stenographer: - will work for
j moderate ; salary; needs • work very - much.
Address Z 74. Globe. ' ' . : ; i rz -— . ::"..:; ..- -,y -
STENOGRAPHER — Wanted— A young
lady • stenographer - desires a position ;
willing to work for practice." Address Z 76,
; Globe. ■■■■»•..--; *-Tr,.-.'.-.-- : .- -■■- :.. ■::!■?• j.-.'-:-:<.-;-"*-....- - .■
WOMAN wishes work by Address
r- VV -620 Wabasha st. - -" -*- ,--... :■
l;. . ;
' i i \TE7"-«*-Sl-I"k-*'<* — to go • out washing by
,VV :.; the day or fake washing home; will
.work - reasonable. - Please 'call ;•■* 237, East
•Eighth st. - ■ .-':*; .'~ '■'-'"*'■' •->>-■ -jj-ja
WASHING— Wanted, to go out washing,
>, 'V ironing aud housecleauiug. .Call at 694
, Thomas 5t. . ..- -.-.. ■•■ '..-:;;;. -..■■■•;.■:--.'..■■.. A- ■
ASHING wauted. at 456 East Sixth st;
* V .'-'.-. rough-dried - clothes, 25 -cents ;•; per
■ dozen, called for and delivered. ■" .- - ■ r.--:.
Z! WI ASHING— Woman goes, out washing,
,r> V V - • ironing - and I housecleauiug' I Cail at
515 St Peter st. .- .- . . .- -A* f- - : ' ' •-■';?.a,-.'*r-'
--!f WASHING— woman wants to go
-> V V out washing; ironing and housecleau
i ing by | the I day ; first-class ; work. 1 Address
; Mrs. Rome ll, 694 York st. A.-^:A r ; V'- '-Ar-AA ,
WASHING— Wanted, to go out, or will
take in washing.*: Call at . 715 Thorn an.
-' ■ *
WASHING and ironing wanted to - take
■ »» ■ home; good satisfaction. 137 Mt Airy,
'rear. '^'?-^--^»<w!si9Pvs'iaft._i«i»Bft-.-rr ts ■ ■ - ...
AM STOCKS a specialty ; bondi, com- .
. me rcial | paper, - mortgages, ■*? sec unties
, bought and sold. - George W. Jenks, invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loau ; and Trust
Building. Minneapolis. : ;.r'-t.^..rf--k
OR SALE— I shares . bank ; stock ;
.. must be sold -at once. r- Address -W ; 88, ■'
. Globe.':'- ■'•-."'■ -A*? A '**■*;s? "K^sA^'i^
LOANS 1 MADE ', on personal property-of
■i value. Rooms 13 and 14, First National'
Bank Building. -i*i':o>r , i-;&t:j;.t M
. [i/TONEY ON HAND to loan on .city prop-
ITI ■ erty and farms ; lowest rates; bo delay.
W. F. Morliz. lul.- Pioneer Press.^rr.-**.fcga>^ g
Mu>iß. i,«.ai ,i uuiii't) lusurauoa p
;j.T_, "Nicies: or Lough t l>i'l*. Van.Normau
'A:, Guaranty Loan Buildintr. Minneapolis
Heau Auction Column deal Estate Solar
' r *j-'?\.-r.^-«:.--rr:--.:<tei :i ;-; •„ : tr-.-' -.'■'-■.■.-. r -
i * ' ' ' ■ ' —
a;\a: AaHoUKTASTfrri, :^',v i; v : ,v
' M TEMPLE- Public Accountant olid
*J JTbditor, GcrmauU Ufa Bld<t. st.Paul. -
;. : ;.v;i.v ;'" AUCTION SALES. J v;v.- % ,-;
-Havanagli «"k : : \ Johnsou, Auc
/- './'.- tioneers). " -*;'---f : - •'•-":
---. - ■ i ■
AUCTION SAL!-; to the highest . bidder
I without reserve. This is a forced sale,
and the property will positively be sold, re
: gardless iof ■ prices. ■ Saturday. Juue 16, 1894,
.'at 2:30 p.m., ou the grounds. Twenty iota
! uear Northern Pacific railroad shops, In Lake
I Park addition, between Como Park .and : the
fair grounds, one block from the brick school'
house, aud one block from the street cars.
Also a few lots! i Winter's addition, north
east of tue House of the Good Shepherd, will
be sold at 4 o'clock p. m. '" Terms of sale will
he $50 cash ou each lot, and >. monthly I pay
ments of 810 or more per month, 7 per cent
interest or one- third cash, balance- in ous
aud two years. 6 per ceut' interest. - Ten per
ceut cash must be paid on the grounds. .This
port of St. Paul has been greatly improved in
the last few years. Como. Park, the ouly park
in the city worth mentioning, has been de
veloped into one of the most beautiful parks
in the country. 'Lake Como has been re
deemed and a beautiful boulevard - laid l out
around it. All these improvements are certain '
to make this section a fine residence district.
These lots are midway between two great
: cities that ara rapidly growing together, and
therefore*-, many - times . more valuable i . thau
lots the same "distance from the city in any
other direction, because the lota are equally
accessible to both cities, and in the future
are :■ certain to be tbe center of . a : great
city. * We do not expect to get anything like
a fair price for the lots at the . present time,
and the lots will probably be sold at ridicu
. lously low prices. If you want midway prop
erty at your own prices attend this sale - and
you will see tbat we mean business. * Kav
anagh & Johnsou, 188 East Sixth st, Auc
tioneers^^ ■ . . ■• •■., .-. .:
THE AUCTION SALE of the Royal Pur
"* uiture ' and Carpet Company,' 22 &nd 24
East Seventh at., I is 1 booming - right I a long;
eveiytbing has to be sold before Juue 20, for
on that date wo have to t vacate i store: so if
you want to buy furniture and carpets at
your own price, come aud take them away
while they last Kavauagh tie Johnson, auc
tioneers; ■■- ■ ' -■ ■--■■ .-.- . - --.. -
. V .-'. PR«*»'OIHAI,S. :
L WAYS, RELIABLE— Teits
worth. clairvoyant- business test medi
um; thirty years' experience. At home 473
Wabasba.7tta*BS ***SSK-sß^ ;•--- - -:■ -
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE? — Consult
' Madcme lna Walker, "life reader." for
faithful reading of your past present and
future; she will guide you iv - all affairs of
life by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential; ladies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, $1. ' 515 Wabasha St., - opposite ,
capitol. ,;".;■■ ;... ;-.y.-r.f.j, ■
MADAM M. YALE'S toilet articles for :
■ sale at the - parlors; all . mail 1 orders '
promptly filled. Address Nivison & Winters.
room M, Manheimer's building, : St Paul,
Miun. -■■:- . "r.,-"; -,
MISS LE WREN, experienced massagist,
' recently from Chicago, has opened par
lors at 63 East Seventh St.. Room 12; hours,
10 a. m. to 9p. m. ■.'.-• •' -. - ■, .-'■:* :■.■..
fl/l ISS DE VEAKE— Manicuring and mas
-»-*■ sage, alcoholic baths: satisfaction as
sured. , No. 27 East Seventh at..
MASSAGE AND VAPOR .BATHS—
Mrs. Alice Bagnell, Room 7, 159 West
Seventh st. :r -..:■ ■■-■ .■■■ -.:-. ■-.- .--. , :
M ME. LA TER RE gives massage treat
ments, hygienic and Turkish baths. 737
Hennepin ay.. third floor, Minneapolis. ■..'.-
MRS. -M. A. tTCSSEY) liAKKALOO
-624 Wabasha Magnetic aud joassage
treatment for paralytic, - rheum atism - aud
nervous diseases: also baths i a.m. to ' p.m
: .;;t-. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. V,
'ANTED TO BUY. for spot cash, the
» » -largest corner lot that $10,u00 cash will
buy between Broadway, Wabash-,'; Seventh
st. and river. J. W. Shepard, 94 East
Fourth st. ■ . -*.-''.-•
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
13 Ramsey— ss. District Court, Second Jud
Iv the matter of the Assignment of P. V.
Dwyer & Bros., insolvent . to Edward J.
: '.. Darragh. ..:■'■-■ .-..
..- On reading the petition j of Edward J. Dar
ragh, the above named assignee, filed in the
above entitled proceeding, it is ordered: it;.*.--
That said-- assignee advertise for and
,: receive bids • for . the t . sale of ; all of the
stock of goods, wares and merchandise, and
also for all book accounts of the above named
insolvents. P. V. Dwyer & Bros., now in the
possession of said assignee within the State
of Minnesota. That such bids be received up
to and including the 28th day of June, 1894.
.' Ordered, further. That each and all of said
bids Ibe reported by " said assignee to this
court at a special term thereof to be held -at
-the Court ; House iv the City :of St Paula-
Ramsey - county, - Minnesota, < on - Saturday,
the 30th day of June, A. D. 1894, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of that day, and that at said time, and
place ail persons - interested iv said estate
show cause, If any there be. why a sale ot all
. said goods, wares and merchandise, and also
of all of ' said book accounts, shall uot be
ordered to be made by said assignee to the
person making the highest bid for the same:
and why said bid should not be accepted, and
a sale of all of said property |in accordance
therewith then and there directed and con
firmed. » '■;.'.- -r. \.-:j. k. ■-..'•-■ -?;■-•'. r -..-. .;;-,;.-.
Tbat this order be served by mailing a cony
of the same, together with a notice of such
sale describing the property so to be sold . in
general terms to each of the creditors of said
insolvents whose addresses are known to said
assignee, on or before the 15th day of June,
1804, and by publishing i the same and said
notice of sale in the St Paul Globe, a news
paper I published in the City of St Paul,
Ramsey county, Minnesota, ou the 11th, 14th,
18th, 21st and 25th days of June, A. D. 1894.
WILLIAM LOUIS KELLY. . ;V
■• District Judge.
Dated at St. Paul, June nth, 1894. -
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY-OP
- Ramsey— District Court, ' Secoud Ju
In the matter of tbe assignment of P. Y.
Dwyer & Bros.; Insolvents.
■ Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
above order cash offers for all of the stock of
goods, wares and merchandise, furniture
and I fixtures, and - also for all book accounts
of the above-named insolvents, P. V.'Dwyer
-tt Bros., now in the possession of the as
signee, will ' be received up to and including
the 1 *-Btb day of June, A. D. 1894, by the un
dersigned at his office In .rooms i 23 - and- 24,
Globe buildiug. St. Paul. Minnesota. Bide
will be reported to the above-named court at
a special term' thereof, to be held Saturday,
June 30th. A. D. 1894, and all persons inter
ested •in 5 said assignment or In the estate
above-named are hereby invited to be pres
ent at said ; lime and ' place. Bidden must
act in good faith and be prepared to pay the
amount of their respective bids in cash. A
schedule of the assets of said' Insolvent is
on file In the oflice of tho Clerk of " the Dis
trict Court, Ramsev County. Minnesota. -
- EDWARD J. DARRAGH, Assignee,
. . 23 and 24 Globe Building, St. Paul. Minn. ■-'
Sheriff*** Sale of Heal Estate Under
■■'"•;.'• Judgment of. Foreclosure. .. r.*"**
OTA'I'E OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY *OF
O. ■■ Ramsey— District . Court, Second Ju
dicial District ■
Games Lawson. Plaintiff, vs. William ■ H
;.;. Wood," Orville E. Wood, Wallace 8. Wood.
* I Mary E. Phillips, and Herbert : L. Phillips,
: t her husband. Defendants. -r-.;-; . c-.-v r'-r-j
-r Notice is hereby given that ' under and by
' virtue of a Judgment and -, decree entered iii
the above entitled action on the fifth day of
June, 1894. a certified | transcript of which
bas beeu delirered to me. I. tbe undersigned
sheriff of said Ramsey county, will sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day or July, 1894.
at 10 o'clock in the ' forenoon, at the Fourth
street front 1 door of . the court house In the
-city of St. Paul, In I said county, in one par
cel, the premises and real estate described iv
said I judgment and decree,- to wit: All that
tract or parcel of land lying and being in tbe
, county of Ramsey, and state of - Minnesota,
i described - as • follows, to * wit: I Lot number
r nine ? (9), in j block • number • twelve (12). in :
. Nlninger & ' Donnelly's t* addition ' to ll'ol
combe's 1 aadliiou : to St Paul, according to
• the ' recorded 1 plat 1 thereof |ou I file in the
office of register .of ■ deeds |of said | Ramsey
county; together with the hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining; or so much thereof as
may be necessary to pay and satisfy the costs
and expenses of such sale, the costs and dis
bursements of said action, and the amounts
adjudged to be due said plaintiff, under ssid
decree, with interest thereon from the date
; thereof. SJ.A. : CHAS. E. CHAPEL,,..-- ..
: -."?■. - - "-; .'Sheriff of Ramsey County.
"-"- . - '-By Chas. F. Dana. Deputy.
Dated June 6. 1894. :> ., .
Harvxt Office*, - .. - -
'^ t _*l_iJiiXir»A*««ri«»--.s'^*t*_^Jtf_^-&V^;
-■'. ■;-•.■:■». ■ •-.:.■■::■■- :.:-:." ■'.: ;-";■: :- -is -:.«>■■ -i-^-..i-..-«-..."rArfa, r
V- V KUBKKT 1.. WIMK, ; ..../.
; , .Agent for Care ol' Property.
'/::■■ ESTATES Iff AX AGED. '
1 MAWIIATTAai ltlJllal>ll*iO.
J.W. fr»h«-|>urd, Ol ' jEat-t 4tU St.
RKNTS HOUSES, STORKS, OFFICES,
.': acts '. as owners' ageut. collects rents:
; steam-heated apartments for $•», $:>, 83 > and
f3.;:' reduced rental. ■
■v ■"■.'.'.•.s •.-.•^Houses.:..-.. .'.-'..
HOUSE— Detached -eight-room house, 673
- Iglehart; furuace, bath, electric bells,
screens, storm windows; rent, twenty dollars;
free to Ist July. Apply 4H3 Wabasha.
HOUSE— For rent, an eight-roomed house,
.with < furnace and chandeliers: newly
papered, and painted: on Selby ay.; at your
own price. Apply 331 Ramsey st. —
HOUSES— 417, : 418, 420 East Teuth,
. twelve rooms each: 676 John st. five
rooms: 074 Johu st. six rooms: 407 North st,
six-room cottage; 027. Olive, single house. I J.
K. Hoffman. 53 Gllfillau Block. .; .... ;
TAILOK'S KKNTINti AGENCY .—
GLOBE BUILDING — WE ... RENT
HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. - TAKE
CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. ''-. :
' '■'- '.■ - ■ •■-:•-.'•''-■'■• Booms. ■■-..:•-..■-• ■
A— HOTEL Bl U-n'SWlCli. for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
ROOMS— nice furnished rooms and
alcove, suitable for four gentlemen. Call
, at 337 Martin st.-.■,;-
--■ ■ DOOMS — Unfurnished rooms gor rent
At, : suitable for housekeeping. Inquire A
Winter. 6 East Ninth st. .; -
ST. ALBANS ST., 321— Between Selby
3 Cable and Rondo Electric Line— Three
rooms, np stairs, with alcove, all newly :. pa
pered - and nicely connected, with use of
bath. ' .'-"*'■'■■ --:'..-'.-:' .* -
TENTH ST.. 97 WEsT-Two or three fur
. nisbed rooms for rent for light house
keeplng it desired; $6 per month.
"ITTABASHA ST.. Furnished rooms
»" for rent; place quiet: ice water on tap.
I.OMT AUD FOlL'**!!*.. .
C--UFF LOST— 12, going from South
/ Robert st. to Western and Selby ava..
linen cuff, with onyx button. Finder will
receive reward by leaving at St. Paul Fire
and Marine Insurance ! Company. Third and
Jackson sts. '-.-; ■ .:-, - '- .. ■ ■ -■ ■•::■-.-
CAKPKT THREAD LOST— A package
- of carpet thread. Finder will receive
reward by leaving same at The Royal Furni
ture and Carpet Co., 22 East Seventh st.
WATCH LOST— Sunday, lady's small
silver watch, with black silk ribbon
attached. Return to 114 Edgerton st.
. . boa no ' ory ebeii.
BOARD— Large front room with board;.
also table board; pleasant summer loca
tion. 633 Wabasha. -■ '.- .
BOARD— A few respectable young women
: can be comfortably accommodated with
board and lodging at 677 St. Peter st
BOARD— Furnished room, with board. 526
Robert -(.■■''"■•■■ ■ ■--■■ ■■ ; .--.■■■.■<■---
BtISIXES*. CHAafOEa. ;
W" ANTt-.D TO BUY -A second-hand
"■ : sulky; must be cheap. John Fee
molier, Midway Park. Hamllne.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS— IN THE Clß
cuit Court of the United States for tne
District of Minnesota. '
Farmers' . Loan . and Trust Company, com
-1 plainant vs. Northern Pacific Railroad
-Company and others, defendants.'- '-- •
Notice is hereby givjn that the notice
heretofore published ■ in ■ the Pioneer Press
newspaper, signed by Edward Kurtz, Clerk
.of the united States Circuit Court at Mil
waukee, Wisconsin, requiring each creditor
of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company
has ' a claim : against said Company, or
against the trust iv the hands of the receiv
ers thereof, which is preferential in its char- '
acter, to file the some prior to the first Mon- i
day in September, 1894. with Edward Kurtz,
Clerk United ; States Circuit . Court at Mil
waukee. Wisconsin, or that otherwise said
claims shall be barred, has no application to
debts declared to be preferential by the order
of the United States Circuit Court for the
District of Minnesota appointing said, re
ceivers iv the above-entitled suit in the Dis
trict of Minnesota, but all such debts due to ,
citizens or residents of Minnesota, which are
made preferential by said order made in this
suit aud which are not audited aud allowed
by the receivers or their proper I agent may
be filed in the office of William D. Cornish,
Special Master in said cause, at No. 2 ) First
National Bank Building, St. Paul, Minne
sota, and when such claims are adjudicated
and allowed the same will be paid without
delay, and without filing them . in any other
jurisdiction. ■--':■ . .. -•
Dated St. Paul, Minn. March 29th, 1894.
THOMAS F. OAKES,
-HE IN RY C.PAYNE.
: - - HENHY C. ROUSE,
Receivers of the Northern Pacific Railroad ■
'-. Company. ---"-'-- -.-'■ --•"'-.--.-■ - •
WANT See If the Glob*
•".■■"I: as a want medi
um is not v more
: : ; :. popular than i all
An 0 other papers com
ftUdi blned *
will leave '; for St. Louis and intermediate
laudlngs -v* •'- >
Sunday, June 17. at 2p. m.
For full information regarding passenger
and freight rates apply to C. R. B KOCKWAY,
General Agent Office foot of Sibley st, op
posite Union depot. St. Paul. Telephone 93.
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul ,' Br
.-.".- Le.— St. Paul— Ar.
i LtiCHgo -Day" irxtiress ..... 6 trd ... . upm.
Chicago "■Atlantic' 1 rxpren "iSip m » It 55 am
Chicago 'Vast Mali" . ' "*t"rs»p in «■&»» pm
Chicago '.'Vestibule" Ua. *(:Up iv *irtVJ am
Chicago via Dubuque. ____ " f4:Mp m »UrS) am
Dubuque via La Crone __ : \*ro3 a m flow pm
Bt Louis and Kansas Ottjf- : 'Stairs m •«_! pm
MUbaak and Aberdeen — — . esjam tiirjupm
Milbani- and A harden i - :.---. ftr-Vipm Hi. am
- •D'ly. - <Ex. fun. - 'Ex. Hat. ■ (Et. Hon, For
tlatiUl in ormatlo i call at ticket offlce ;
.■.— ■——^^ *SS_^^^— *— r
■'Leaves' Union Depot fo
Chicago, St Louis and
down-river points, 7:30
a. m. Arrives from Chi
cago 2 :3) p. m. Daily.
Leaves Union Depot for.
Chicago and St Louis,
7 :4t»p. m. Arrives from -
same points < :lo a. vi
;ii--^^T/;!*iOT,'>ffii7?^r«jW-k_-3BN-«*EbrL -' . -.-'
. ; B;r."PAcii'XWIOW DEPOT.
.-.Dally as follows: Leave.
Boston,' Montreal and New Eng- 'a^-'j:
E land points .'..-".'.vr.:;.'. .-....*... .2:00 p. m.' :
Vancouver, : it. Whatcom and , Pa- ■■•e-z±!-r*i
■ : cific coast points rr. .it;.-.".:. '.".'." 7:50 p. m
I For further information and time of loca
trains call at ticket office or consult folders
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Co. - - Trains * leave i Union * Depot ' City
Office. a>t Robert Street, corner Fifth.
Dtllv r - Dally tea. • Sund. Leave; Arrive :
tcbicago Fast Express.' ... Muuam irl pm
flow*. Ma & Kansas Ex... 6*oo am 11:15pm
•Dodge Center Local . . . . . r: 8:35 pm lu:Jc.am
B Chicago Limited ;;.r>*A*>.**.: T-ajprn ..7*33am '■
*b_s Moines,' St. J. Alt, r«-J **-»■». -— \ tun*—- 1
.-^lf,'^r^». 71 mZr>^.i-1...,-:^.-.r<^.T--tIL.-,^' -'^ '■•' ":■•.:'■'■■ 'A- - "• ' '-■".-''
>VJU" . Busiai-f-'-j' chances.
FOR SAi.E— Meat market first-class - lo
cation, reasonable rent; good reasons for
selling. -Address X «■». Globe. ;
"POX SALE— Grocery, small clean stock
-*- ." doing a cash business. - cheap for ca sh
only. Address X aM'lorre, Minneapolis.
FOX SALE— Livery and mail route, doin g
a . good business: . the t chance of a life - .
time.. Call at 343 Exchange st. -■ V % 3a*^atsgg
IP' You want cizars,tobacco,coiifectionery,
A fruit or notions- of- the very best to bs
found in the m arketcall at 1- 3 University ay
RE AD Auction Column Real Estate Sale. "
TO .SELL one of the best hotels in center
of St Paul, on account of having other
business to attend to: house and lot for
about $1,200 will betaken as part payment. -
Address g 66. Globe.
OT. AOAs'HA'.-, ACAiil-*.H* OP JlDritlj
O - and Art SS East Exchange St. St. Paul-
Piano, * violin, guitar, banjo aud mandolin
' taught I Lessons given in drawing aud paint
: ng. Call or send ror DrosD?ctu« - ...
r..HINGTwN I'lTr.WKli'-...', — Al
ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best aud always have the latest im
provements. Typewriter paper aud supplies
of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyckoff
Seaman* & Benedict. 1 4 Kan Fourth st. .-
WAITED T O Bill"
OSTOFFICE OUTFlT— Wanted to buy.
- second-hand postoffice outfit. Address
Sumner J. Wiuslow, General Delivery, Min
neapolis. Minn. ' -■?!»«;* kiTwira-auutafisa-JE"
. DYE WOBKS.
T7-AHLBRT & MINTEL — Minnesota
XV Steam Dye Works. 244 East Seventh.
fake Michigan and Lake Superior Transportation's
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
THE CREAT LAKE ROUTE.
Own The New Steel Stctini.tilp Hanltoo,
■ Sailings From Chicago.
For Mackinac Inland, Sault Ste Marie. Detroit. Cleve
land. Buffalo. Toronto, etc : Tuen. BA. M, Wed. 8.30 V. M.
Kri. I*. M, Sat *. 30 P. M. ...---.
For arborSprinry?, Petoskey. etc Tues-9 A.M. Ft I. 8 P.M.
■_ For - Marquette. Hancock. Houghton, Ashland,
Duluth, etc. - Wed. and Sat. 8.30. P. M. .
Illustrated pamphlets mailed free on application.
OFFICE ANB DOCKS. RUSH AND N. WATiB STS. CHICAGO.
John Flynn. No. 2 Lyceum. Duluth. Minn.
finnan ' - GH^rrf
East tfH-sßli^-^iliU'^i Nicollet
Th,s D ST.^|||P^y^ Avhxos
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS
V UNION DEPOTS BOTH CITIES,
; GREAT NORTHERN BY. •»*
leave. St Paul Union Depot | arrive.
a 7:45 - : ♦Washington Line \ " alo:2oatn
a<":3<)pm - 'Winnipeg Line a !_*_■
bS:O3 am Willmar,Morris& Br. Val. fc 7-Copm
bS:3O am Fergus Falls. Grand F'ts b 6-05 pm
Xi :30 pm v - .Osseo <&• St. Cloud *. •• • 11 -ja m
b3~.30 piii -?■ Anoka <t Wiiimar * blo:soain
b4:3opm Excelsior. Hutchinson, bil :55 am
bß:ft*> am Soo Fains. Yankton. S.City!b 7:o'ipm
a. Daily; b, Except Sunday; *Diuir,g and
Buffet Cars. Palace Sleepers. Tourist Cars.
Eastern lUnnesota Kailway.
Run the only fast train from St Paul
through Union Depots Minneapolis and West
Superior to Duluth without chance of cars.
Finest Buffet Parlor Cars in the West —
Leave. t Arrive.
1:05 pm Daily Except Sunday - 8:55 pm
10:00 am Steamship Special, Only
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Magnificent new exclusively passenger
'■'** - :■'■ * steam -ship •- . .
will leave Dnluth every FRIDAY at 4
p. m., for Sault Ste. Marie, Detroit Cleveland
and Buffalo, making close connections for
New -York. Boston, Philadelphia and all
Eastern points. ■•■
■ _ . ■**-
Thbo" Traiss LEA St. jPaui. Unios Depots
Chicago— »6:oo a. m. *62& p. m. *8:10 p.m.
Ru Cur, Omaha, Kan. City— lß:4o a. m . •7:65 p. m.
Duluth and Superior— a. m. '11:00 p. in.
Monkato A Tracy— ls:os p.m. »DaHy. TEx. Sua
TICKET OFFICE. 159 East Thibu Street.
The Dining Car Line to Fargo Winnipeg,
Helena. Butte and the Pacific Northwest
Dining Cars on i Winnipeg ; and —^-1— ___
Pacific Coast Trains. : ■ - . : >. l v . i ■ Ar.
Pacific ; ' Mail (daily' tor - Furgo, -. .i ' '
- Jamestown, Livingston, Helena,
Butte, Missoula, Spokane, Ta- 4:15 7:3)
'■■' «*nna, Seattle and Portland. ... p. m. St. nt.
' akota rand- Manitoba - Express
•;- (daily) for Fergus Falls, Wahpe
.ton, Crookstoo, Grand -Forks, .'.-.-•
Grafton. Winnipeg. Moorhead, f.-00 7:»1
Fargo and Jamestown.. , p. m. a.m.
Fargo local (daily except Sun-
„for Cloud, Braiuerd and S-o'i 6:1)
Fargo — :...... .....:.. ........ a. m.|p.m.
D icou Kxprcartilued r.ot ru i wear. .. Far .-■> -Saul J
days. Pullman Sleepers daily between St. Pan,
mil Grand l'orlcs,'- ration. Winnipeg, Fergus Falls.
Wahpeton i.ud Fargo. Pullman Flrsl-Ciass anl .
Tourist Sleepers are ran on through Pacific Co.v» -
i'raiua. c. E. stoN'.-:, city Ticket ACMt, Hi li*.
Third -tree; St Paul. ... ....-•-.--,
■ ' —~»
St. Paul & White Bear R. R. Co.
TIME 3 T_AJBX_E. <■'
In Effect Jnue stl», IS'JI.
Leave End of East Seventh St. Electric Line,
For Wlltl wood— a. m. and 9:90 a.
- - m.. and every HALF-HOUR until 10:00
- p. m. : - •- ; &'•■<■<'"' .r'-'J-J- '.*-;■ =
For malitonriedl- 6:10 a. m., 1 0:00 a. m..
1 -.30 p. m.. 2MO p. as., 5:00 p. m., 7:39
- ';; p. m., 10:00 p. tn.:r.Ti ::-;;. .-.- y
Returning — Leave Wild wood -7:30.
9:50, 10:20 a. m. and every HALF
ii'Tt HOUR until 10:50 p. m. .
Returning— Leave ~*laiitoiu<'di 7:23 a.
r - m.. 10:45, a. in., 2:15 p. m., 2:45 p. m.,
■-. 5:45 p. m., 8:15 p. m., 10:45 p. m. .;
Fare for round trip. 25 Cental. '•;
- Notice— 6:4o a. m. 'rip not run on Sun*
day. On SUNDAY first car to Wildwood at
8:15 a. m. --.'-'*. ...'..: :
taa mmm aaam**aamamaam^ammumaaammmmammmmmaammmmmammammammmamammmmmmmmmmmmmma****m*m***mm,
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES.
/— NOKTH IBS — . .vi DAILT. ■• ,— IVE. SOUTH.—,
*:'0 pm 3:50 am Minn'p'is l'i:i'}pm G:lO
4:00 pm :15 am St Paul.. 1:10pm 7:lspm'
•a:lfl mo s:'iSpm Milty'keo 3:30 am 7:15 am
11:45pm s: '.*> pin Chicago.. [ 7:oo am o :*>9 am
Direct line to Eau Claire, Milwaukee. Chi
cago and tbe East and South. v'-.-v-v ,
Vestibuled Sleepers and Dining Cars. -
•*■ -. -»aa . »-- -. .. —^_j n^ g^ Pant