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Good Morning—The People's Wants Are Told Below—Read Them.
WANTS MAY BE LEFT
At the following locations for inser
tion in the Dally and Sunday Globe,
nt the same rates as are charged by
the mum office.
Hamiine Pharmacy .....Drug Store
'_ 750 SNELLINO AVENUE.
.-..: - DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Bever Westby Drug Store
; * 679 EAST THIRD STREET.
William •K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
(Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
J 442 BROADWAY. .
/ MERRIAM PARK.
'A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
6T. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Emil Bull , Druggist
Emil Bull ...Druggist
> GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
!W. A Frost & Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight Bros Drug Store
r RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell ........ Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey ...........Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES..
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Ceorge Mart! Drug Store
6. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
•! Concord Street Prescription Store.
! V. CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. Hall Drng Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
B. H. Reeves Drug Store
J5. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drue Store
ST PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Wltte Drug Store
2*9 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
i 4£6 RICE STREET.
|w. E. Lowe Drug Store
' ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wlncott & Co Drug Store
, CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
C R. Mareiius Drug Store
. CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
I 409 WEST SEVENTH STREET
9. J. Muller Drugstore
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
'y UNION PARK.
C A. Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
/^»&\ TICKET OFFICE
Uwl ') 162
EAST THIRD ST.
EAST THIRO ST.
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and ST. PAUL.--,
Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Pacific Mail (daily) for Fargo,
Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Mis-
soula, Spokane, Tacoma, Seat-
tle and Portland 4:l3pm 5:55 p.m
Bed River Express (dally) for
Moorhead, Fargo, Fergus
: Falls. Wahpeton. Crookston,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Win-
nipeg 8:00 pm 7:loam
Fargo Local ( daily except Sun-
day") for St. Cloud, Brainerd
and Fargo ... 0:00 am ":3") p.m
Pullman First Class and Tourist Sleepers.
' — -
W^^l^i jcjdy^ 395 ROBERT ST.,
I MJ^^aW CORNER SIXTH,
MMMrTS? CORNS!* SIXTH,
V^^mfSgy ('PHONE 480) AND
SQBB uni°n DEPOT.
Leave. | tEx. Sun. 'Dally. | Arrive.
•tto:ssam .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. +sisopm
•ll:0(pm — Duluth and Superior *6:soam
+B:4oam ..Omaha and Kansas City.. •7:25 am
+B :4o am Su City, Su Falls. Pipestone *+6 :lopm
•Il2:2£pm .Mankato. New Ulm, Tracy. tlo:4sam
tl2Sspm .Watertown. Huron, Pierre. +6:iopm
*7:£spm Sioux City, Omaha Kan. Cy.l »7:S am
»7:fspm "California in Three Days"l «7:*"5 am
Chicago, MHwaifkea & St. Paul jtegjj.
Lv — ST.PAUL—
££!«!£ ££__■*• « am +10 :10pm
Chicago 'Atlantic" Ex. .. **2:35*0 m *11 am
Chicago -Fast Mall" •fIsSSDm iJ-OOnm
Chicago -Vestibule" Lim -SOOnS *7-^am
Chicago via Dubuque t4:lop£ tll-'ootS
Dubuque via La Crosse... tß*C6a£ +10:10™
I>ubuque via La Crosse. .. +B :osam +10 in™
Peoria via Mason City... 5 MpS *ll:00am
lubanUnnf^^3^" *B:3s£m H'M%m
Ali'baiik and \\ ay, +£•»'»«- •«'-«i!itr
Aiiibanlc and Way.. +*g'2t'«™ *fi--ir>£~.
MUbank, Fargo 7_i_l It *,2tttm *6.30pm
-; erdeen..... *fi:lspm *3:loam
SP™}7--* ,+E^- Sm^ *Ex' Sat ,Ex- Moa-
for full information, call at Ticket Office.
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
Leave '■ " ~ Arrive
SI Paul. «Daily. +Ex. Sunday. St. Paul.
«^«m DULUTH . ' £:!*•.■.
•niisSm W. SUPERIOR. . . £$£ m
306R°ombeLn S°treSPOt- CITY TICKET OFFICE.
i Hobert Street.
Atay. Trains leave St. Paul Union De
aa-foesgßSj pot as follows: Daily, e:43p m.
iTKSfSYfiI fo*Y*Qw York, Boston. Montreal
V&M-flSi ftn(*! Eaa;er» points. Dining car
flfeTrf3:__ ami trough Boston Sleeper at
-o"__Lil_S ta.c.hed^ Daily, 9:05 am.. for Sa
:ft|fSSSg£is*i attle" Tacoma, Portland and Pa-
WlS**:*"" "afic Coast points. Through slee-i
--extent <.„_. "to Seattle attached D ail V.
except Sunday 5:10 p.m. for Glenwood from
Minneapolis. From Broadway station, excel*
Sunday. Wisconsin Div. Local 9:35 a. m ■ st
Croix Falls Accommodation. 6:05 p. __ ' ■ 3S"
E_^s Ifa£l HOUTE. Ticket Oflc: Cor. Robert aid 6th
MAK_ ; L2AF EOUTETlfeketi !oi3«irCor Robertaort sth
?;%\n P in^>9«?_t T/*V*c,*s«lßa'a Uaicn DePot. St. Paul,
\t L3O *nSi?.a£Z'JJii 7:3° A-m- Except Sunday, for
Dubuque. CHICA66, Waterloo, Ced-ir Falls, MarshaUtown!
ym Jio.r.r a, St. Joaeph, Leavenworth and KANSAS CITy.
pgg KO'.r.n. Hi. Joatrph, Leq-ronworth and KANSAS CIT^
Podge Center Local leave* at 4 f. m. Daily. ———J
Tra__f:o_,J____Cityarriveat?:2o A.m.ana2-5o fat
Dnily, tnd 7:28 P. m., Except Sunday, and from Chicago at
7:20 A.m. and **:30 f . m. Sally, and 7:28 P. m., Ezceot
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
"3 Ticket Office. 100 E. Third St. 'Phone 114*.
Leave. ] *Dailt. tExcsPT Suxdat. Aanryj"
«AS am Division & Branches « :35 pm
•8:20 am F'gus Falls Div. & Branches *0:45 pm
i=r :3<;pm Willmar via St C10ud. ...... m :4O am
.*; :& Pm Breck, Fargo,Od. F'a W-peg STsSO am
•a:00 pm Montana and Pacific Coast.. *8:00 pm
♦8:13 pm St. Cloud, Cr'k.tt'n, Gd.F'ka. *7:15 am
■M.-00 i.nilbxceleiorA Hutchinson.... 10:00 am
EASTERH IBiWWESOTA-e. It. RY.
th: So anil " : m.; .««.
»Il:.'!mnDuluth, West Superior | fT:3Qam
j^-^^^*^ Trains leave St. Paul 12-35
lß|iH V- '"• an<l 7:40 p. m. dally
» Trains leave St. Paul 12-35
p. m. and 7:40 p. m. daily
for Milwaukee, Chicapo and
IMMM*Mia interna ediatn points. Arrive
if||§??§3^ from Chicago at 8:15 a.m.
'Ifilil-J-a-Magy ,*tud 3:43 D- ra- dally. City
.^g^^^- picket Office, 373 J Robert
- yl street.
•^^ll^w^^^I Leaves Union Depot for
E^SiUfglJ^^JChicaso and St Louis, 7uj
N-^S^SSrowrom P' tro' >.A^riyea from Bams
m* _»rrr- « Ttt—J Mr ***** "# *
SITUATIONS OFFERED— MALES.
HANDY MAN for general work around place;
must understand something about garden-
ing, horses and know how to milk cow;
smart, active man. H. E. Thompson, 383
Woodward ay. ... . ,7!T
MACHINE MAN— Wanted, a thoroughly com-
petent and experienced man to operate dif
ferent machines used in a wagon factory.
Neal, Johns ft Co., Lake City. Minn.
PAINTER— Wanted, a thoroughly competent
and experienced brush hand to work on
farm wagons. Neal, Johns ft Co., Lake
City, Minn. '
PAPERHANGER— Wanted, a good paper-
hanger; steady work for two months. Call
at 372 Dayton ay.
PHOTOGRAPHER— Wanted, first-class pho
tographic printer immediately. T. W. In-
gersoll, 56 East Sixth. .
SALESMEN- Rubber Hose. Belt-
ing, etc.. la better and cheaper than vulcan-
ized. Agents appointed on uncovered ground.
Mineralized Rubber Co., New York.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER—
Active young man to take correspondence
by dictation and assist ln office work, etc.;
out of city; state full particulars and
wages. Apply A 61. Globe.
THE BANKERS'* LIFE ASSOCIATION, assets
$630,000. largest, strongest and best Minne
sota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam. Secretary. St. Paul. Minn.
TINNER— a first-class tinner; one
that understands furnace work; good wages
and steady job to right man. Address
Faribault Furnace Co., Faribault, Minn.
WOOD SAWYER— Man wanted to saw and
split wood at 1009 Marshall ay. ** * - ■
WANTED— Agents can make $50 weekly ln
WANTED— Agents can make $50 weekly in
any locality, failure utterly Impossible.
Will prove It or forfeit one hundred dol
lars. Address P. O. Box 5308, Boston. Mass.
WANTED a young man to work on farm.
• Apply at 904 Lincoln ay.
$60 TO $150 A MONTH and expenses paid
salesmen for cigars. Experience unneces
sary. Standard goods. Little Clerk cigar
machine free to each ; customer. Bishop ft
Kline. St. Louis. Mo. -
DRESSMAKING— a girl to learn
dressmaking; one with some experience pre
erred; small wages. 543 West Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a young girl for
light housework at 211 Spruce St.; call
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. German girl for
general housework In small family. 281
St. Anthony ay. - ■
HOUSEWORK— girl for ' general house-
work. 743 East Sixth.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl to assist with
housework in small family. Inquire 880
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a German girl for
general housework, at 71 Iglehart St.; ref
HOUSEWORK— Wanted a girt for general
housework; no family ; one with reference.
Mrs. Moffat 1524. Capital ay.. Hamiine.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at 344 Fuller st.
HOUSEWORK — Wanted. good girl for
general housework. Apply, 820 Osceola ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for
general housework; good wages; no
children. Apply at 24 Hoffman ay.. or to
Mr. Farwell, Sixth and Minnesota sts.
NURSE GlßL— Wanted, a competent girl to
take care of three children. 635 Lincoln ay.
NURSE— competent nurse in con-
finement case; state wages expected. O
SALESWOMAN desiring good and lucrative
employment please call Monday 11 to 2 p.
m., 503 Washburn block.
SECOND WORK— A competent girl for
second work; must assist with ironing;
German or Irish preferred. Apply morn-
lngs, 302 Sherman st.
SECOND GlßL— Wanted, a neat and com-
petent second girl. . Apply mornings at 264
South Exchange, one door from Walnut.
SEWING GIRLS and apprentices .to learn
dresscuttlng by the Superior Taylor Sys
tem, at reduced rates the next 30 days. 837
East Minnehaha st
SECOND GlßL— Wanted— Scandinavian pre-
f erred; references required. Apply to Mrs.
William Rhodes, 583 Lincoln ay.
STENOGRAPHER— A young lady cashier and
stenographer wanted by a large retail
house. Address B 63, Globe.
WANTED— One walstmaker and two ap-
prentice girls to learn dressmaking. Call at
M. J. Fitzgerald. 394 East Seventh st.
FARM LANDS. —
MINNESOTA PRAIRIE AND TIMBER
Lands— you want to buy or sell prairie or
timber lands or improved farms anywhere
in the state of Minnesota, If you have large
or small tracts to dispose of, write to or call
on Theodore F. Koch. 176 East Third st,
ground floor, St. Paul. Minn., wholesale
dealer and colonizer. Reliable agents want-
NORTH CAROLINA LANDS suitable for
fruits, vegetables, grain and dairy.
Rich soil, partly cleared.
Capable of producing two or three crops
yearly. Only thirty miles from Atlantic
ocean. Splendid markets.
Unsurpassed and healthy climate.
Prices from $5 to $8 per acre. Easy terms*
Special excursion dates. April 7th and 21st,
and May sth, when round-trip tickets can be
obtained from any station to Chadbourn, N.
C, tho center of our colony, for the price of
one fare, plus $2.00.
Advise your ticket agent one week before
you wish to start. Write for directions of
route to Columbus County, North Carolina.
Land Company, 305 Temple Court, Minne
apolis, Minn.; 202 Drake block, St Paul,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
D. J. HARRINGTON & CO.
We want to call the attention of house-
owners and rental agents to our low prices
in plumbing for first-class work; telephone
us If you are In need of our services. 151
University ay., telephone 100.
Houses for Sale.
FOR SALE— A large dwelling, suitable for
business, corner Lexington ay. and Or-
chard st; within three minutes' walk of
Northern Pacific shops and Como park; |
will take part trade.
INSTRUCTION. ' -
PROF. J. REMER's Academy for Dancing
removed to 185 Rondo St.; opens new class
April 13; private Instruction a specialty;
office hours from 4 to 7:30.
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC "AND
Art 26 East Exchange St.. St Paul— Piano,
violin,. guitar, banjo and mandolin taught
Lessons given in drawing, and painting.
Call or send for prospectus. *
AUCTION— A S. Weiler, the jeweler at 23
East Seventh, is selling his entire stock of
diamonds, watches. jewelry and silverware j
at auction sales daily. All ladies . attend-
ing the sale are given a ticket, free of
charge, entitling them to a chance to draw
a one-hundred-dollar "Balmont" Bicycle,
to be given away at this sale. See the
. bicycle in the window. ■ * *
BOARD— furnished rooms with board;
6 o'clock dinner. 614 Central Park east
Summit and Minnesota. . - -
BOARD Rooms and board in the finest loca
tion in the city. No. 39 West Fifth, op-
posite Windsor Hotel.
BOARD— Room and board; special accom-
modations for doctors' patients In the city.
No. 39 West Fifth, opposite Windsor Hotel.
ROOM AND BOARD— Neatly furnished
rooms, well heated, with bath ;" and good
table board; use of parlor and piano; also
day boarders. 417 East Tenth, st -
— — — — ____S_£^— »— ■ — m
CHIROPODIST — Good thing for sore feet
(Good Luck Salve); sure cure for chilblains
and all other frost bites. If your druggist
win not get It for, you, send or call on W.
H. Lockwood. chiropodist 293 and 294 Endi-
cott. Arcade Building. 25 cents; 50 cents and
$1 box. .
MEDICAL. :yv •
LADIES: Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best - Safe,
reliable; take no other. Send 4c. stamps,
for particulars.?. J- "Relief for Ladies," is
j, letter by/return .njrtL At Druggists. Chi-
chester Chemical Co.» PWladelfihia, Via.
Si^sii^l|pATO;|i)A]^: GLOBE, MONDAY MORNIMS, APRtI, 6, 1890,
BOOKKEEPER— An experienced bookkeeper
desires a situation; best of city references.
M 64*. Globe. * - .
Coachmen and Hostlers.
COACHMAN— Wanted, situation as coach-
man, by a young, experienced man ; can
. furnish references. Address Coachman,
427 Selby ay. ■''•".
HOSTLER— Position by a young married man;
work of any kind; well acquainted with the
city, and understands the care of horses;
references. Address John Pehrson, 682 Pine
st, city. ':■. -■■:
OFFICE WORK— Young man, nineteen, wish-
es, employment In commercial agency; ex-
perienced; reference. Address A. 8., care
New York Life Stand, St. Paul, Minn. . -
OFFICE BOY— Boy of sixteen would like
position as offlce boy; can furnish best
of reference. Address J. E. C, 25 East
Ninth at. city.
ENGINEER would like position to run sta
tionary engine; can give references. Ad-
dress CSI South Wabasha. J. F. Dotty.
ENGINEER— situation as engineer
or fireman; or any place of trust; best of
;:ity references. Address Room 56, 59 East
Seventh st. - -
ENGINEER— Wanted, position; engineer,
cabinet worker or laundryman. Address
8.. 274 Rice st. - *
BLACKSMITH— A good blacksmith desires
steady position; also understands wood
work. 37S Toronto ay., city. .
BOY, eighteen years old, would like work
of any kind; understands electricity. Call
or address 59 East Seventh st, 3-4.
BOY of sixteen would like situation ln whole-
sale house or drug store; will work cheap.
Address 685 Carroll st., city. ■
COOK— Wanted, situation by a good (male*
cook; can do meat and pastry; references.
Address E., 419% Wabasha st. second floor."
DRUG CLERK wants situation; twelve years'
experience, registered by examination; best
of references; will work for moderate
wages. Address Druggist, 237 Grove St.,
St. Paul. Minn.
DRAFTSMAN— Wanted, position as mechani
cal or topographical draftsman by civil en-
gineer of many years' experience. Address
X 64. Globe.
EMPLOYMENT— Man wants work of any
kind; prefers delivery for wholesale or retail
store; acquainted in city; reference given.
450 Goodhue st.
HOTEL CLERK— Wanted, position in flrst-
class hotel; best of references from present
and former employers. Address X. Y. Z.
General Delivery, Fargo, N. D. •
HOTEL CLERK— Position wanted, by an ex-
perienced young man, in first-class hotel
In Minnesota; best reference from well-
known hotel; can fight with competition;
well known to trade. Address N., Elmore,
HARNESS.MAKER— Situation wanted by a
first-class harnessmaker; good on all branch-
es; a steady job preferred. Address Jno. R.
McCullough, Lock Box 24, Boissevain,
Man. - <;• _
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, stenographical
work by flrst-class stenographer. 53 Court
STENOGRAPHER— Competent stenographer
of four years' experience desires position;
best of references; moderate salary. E 67.
SITUATION WANTED by young man of
seventeen years, in or out of city, where
he can board and receive a compensation,
according to work: would like to hear from
Lem Quillin, North Branch, Minn. Ad-
dress C. L., 75 Wilkin st.
SALESMAN — Successful patent salesman
wants work; state date of patent. Ad-
dress G. J. S., 2319 (first floor) Washington
_aV;_north, Minneapolis. . .
SALESMAN— Position wanted by salesman or
collector; has own rig; can give first-class
references. F. C. C, 335 East Tenth. .
WORK OF ANY KIND— Boy of seventeen
would like work of any kind; baa had ex-
perience in sign painting. Address L. G.,
167 Martin st. : • -
WORK OF ANY KlND— Wanted, work of any
kind by a boy of seventeen years of age;
references furnished. Louis Blinn, 1336 Cap-
ltol ay.. Hamiine.
WORK OF ANY KIND— A boy of fifteen
would like work of any kind. Address 731
WORK FOR BOARD— Boy wants to work for
board and go to school. Address 649 Endl
_ oott Building. . . - ■
WANTED TO RENT.
HOUSE—Wanted to rent, eight-room house
suitable for two families; two people in
each family; . state location; price not to
exceed $18 per month. Address Z 62. Globe.
HOUSE—Wanted, to rent, eight-room house.
suitable for two families; two people in
each family; state location; price not to
exceed $18 per month. Address Z 62, Globe.
WANTED TO RENT— Neat house of about
six rooms, with yard, within walking dis
tance of business center. Address, statins
price. H 62, Globe. *5
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teltsworth; prices reduced 60
cents; thirty years* experience. 13 Eighth
street ■ -y'lr
FREE — For three months, "Weekly Pecos
Valley Argus," to persons seeking milder
climate. Send name to Farm Land Co.
26 South Fifth st, Minneapolis, Minn.
MRS. DR. MOSS, St Paul's most popular
clairvoyant should be consulted at one*
by all who wish to better their conditio
of life. 513! Wabasha st., opposite the can
MRS. DR. REARDON, OF THE ALHAMBRA,
removed to 452 St. Peter st. Manicure;
chiropodist < and electric treatments.
PROPOSALS FOR BRlCK— United States
Indian Service, Pine Ridge Agency, Shan
non County. South Dakota, March 27, 1896.—
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals
for Brick," and addressed to the undersigned
at Pine Ridge Agency, Shannon county, South
Dakota, will be received at this agency until
1 o'clock p. m. of May 2nd, 1896, for manu
facturing and delivering 2,000,000 bricks at
the site for a proposed boarding school plant
on the Pine Ridge Reservation, In accordance
with specifications, which may be had by
making application to the undersigned.
Suitable clay is found at the proposed site
for the manufacture of the bricks, but bid
ders are invited to visit and inspect the
same before submitting proposals.
Indian labor to be employed in' the manu
facture of the bricks where practicable to
do so. ' - - .
Bidders will state In their bids the price,
per thousand, for said bricks.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed for
the best interest of the service.
* The attention of bidders is invited to the
act of congress approved August 1, 1892, en
titled "An act relating to the limitation of
the hours of daily service of laborers and
mechanics employed upon the public works
of the United States i and of the District of
Columbia;" also to the act of congress ap
proved August 13, 1894, entitled "An act for
the protection of persons furnishing mate
rials and labor for the construction of public
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
depository or solvent national bank in the
vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made
payable to the order of the Commissioner of
Indian "Affairs, for at least 5 per cent of the
amount of the proposal, which check or draft
will be forfeited to the United States in case
any bidder or bidders receiving an award
shall fail to promptly execute a contract with
good and sufficient sureties, otherwise to be
returned to the bidder.
Bids accompanied by cash In lieu of a certi
fied check will not be considered.
For specifications and full information as
to site for buildings, location of clay, fuel
labor, transportation, etc.,' apply to '
CAPTAIN W. H. CLAPP? U. S. A..
Acting United States Indian Agent
PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING.— Office Chief
Q. M., Dept of Dakota, St Paul, Minn.
April 1, 1896.— SEALED PROPOSALS, in trip
licate, for doing the necessary printing for
Headquarters . Department of _ Dakota, (the
work to be done outside the government
building,) during the fiscal year ending June
80, 1897. will be received at this office until
11 o'clock a. m., the Ist day of May, 1896, and
opened then. Blank forms of proposals and
full Instructions to bidders will be furnished
on application to this office. The government
reserves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any. part .thereof. JOHN
siMPSfIX fi- M* H. fl» A&tr, Gkiml g, * ,
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. :
DRESSMAKING at 1 334rst^ Anthbiiyv ay. ;
DRESSMAKING at J334_St Anthony ay.;
prides very reasonable; house dresses at 75
cents. . .
DRESSMAKING In families or at home, cut-
ting and fitting; cliitdrqg's sewing a spe
cialty; good satisfaction given,. Call 127
East Eleventh st. Room 28.
DRESSMAKER— Comrfcften*! dressmaker de-
sires short engagement; will work for $1 a
day: fit guaranteed. —Address E 69. Globe.
COOK AND NURSE— Situation wanted by two
German girls, sisters; well recommended;
one for cook, other for nurse girl. 491 St.
Peter at ■** [ g
COOK Situation wanted at once; German
girl; good cook; references. 417^ Wabasha
st, Room 7. ■■:'■-'--■-.
COOK— wanted by a good cook. Call
at No. 839 Minnehaha st. east.
. .:■...- Homework. .';.
HOUSEWORK— A good girl wants place to
HOUSEWORK— A good.' girl wants place to
do general housework; am a good cook.
Please call at 371. Broadway. -. •.-.*.*
HOUSEKEEPER— An- English lady wants a
situation as housekeeper; has a little boy;
in or out of city. Call or . address 147 East
Seventh st. -'-'*■■
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, position *as man-
aging housekeeper, by a capable, middle-
aged widow; one not- afraid of work,.- and
can furnish best of references. Address
C 63, Qlobe. . "
HOUSEKEEPER— American, lady, neat, I
- capable, would like position -as housekeeper!
. care of invalid or in doctor's office; good
references. Address M. C, 125 West Faurth
st. * ; " *;'..
- -- _ Laundress. ._;..
LAUNDRESS— Wanted, by first-class laun-
dress, to go out washing, ironing, house
and office cleaning;, will work reasonable.
Please call or address 50 West Tenth st.
Room 2. ■"- ' '
NURSE— Situation wanted by a • young
woman to take care of .children; can give
references. 951 Payne . ay.
NURSE— Experienced in confinement or any
kind of sickness, will do light housework
if desired: can give good references. Call
127" East Eleventh, Room 28. -" •
OFFICE * WORK— Lady wishes employment;
has business experience office work, clerk-
ing; also sick nursing, nursery governess;
any honorable employment. Address A 64,
Globe. >;-*•■*■** "Ity ■' *
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STENOGRAPHER— A J young lady wishes a
position as" ; stenographer and typewriter;
can help in bookkeeping; have had ex-
perience. Call or' address 331 Fuller st,
St. Paul, Minn. -
STENOGRAPHER, who can assist on books,
desires a position or will do work at home.
Address 191 Ramsey st .. -
Washing. * -
WASHERWOMAN— A * first-class washerwom-
an wants to do washing and ironing at
home; will do first-class work, and cheap.
Address Mrs. William Salk, 733 West Sev
■ - enth st. *■ ■ ■■: :■*■.- * -*.*■"■"... * " •■ .
WASHING— to take home washing;
soft water; 45 cents per dozen. Mrs. Osen,
658 Thomas st .
WASHING— A lady takes in washing. 22
Douglas st. yy'-
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, a position as book-
keeper, by a young lady who has had eight
- years' experience; can furnish best City
reference. Address V 100, Globe.
CLERK— Clerking wanted by young lady;
clerking or bindery work; , has bad expe
" rience in both. Address Miss B. T. John-
ston, ,; general delivery, city. .-■:""-. * fj
SEWlNG Competent dressmaker would like
Va couple of weeks' sewing In families; first-
class work guaranteed; prompt reply to all
. 1 answers. ..Address .'Of^63l Globe. -<„ .-;".".
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HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
LARGE CONSIGNMENTS of farm mares,
draft horses and city -drivers at Barrett &
-Zimmerman's new Midway Sale Stables.
Auction every Wednesday and Saturday.
TWO CARLOADS of farm mares, two car-
loads of pinery horses and one. carload of
' fine city drivers for sale at Barrett & Zim-
merman's, 28 Second st. north. •" , ..
THE HARD TIMES HARNESS COMPANY,
544 Rice st., ts making war on high prices;
harness from $4 up: No. 1 sweat pads. 35c.
ENGINE AND BOILER— For sale, combina
; tion engine and boiler. Call at E. D. Hor-
ton Trunk Co., 365 Jackson st. . .
Notice ot Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
WHEREAS. LIZZIE i . E. MONTGOMERY
(widow), as mortgagor,, .executed and de
livered "to E. K. Stone' and E. ,K. Stone
Junior, trustees, a* mortgagees, a certain
mortgage, dated the twentieth day. of Jan
uary, A. D. 1893, and recorded in. the office
of Register of. Deeds in, and for the County
of Ramsey and State of .Minnesota, in the
City of St. Paul, in safc^Ramsey County, on
the 21st day of January v A. D. 1893. at 3
o'clock P. M., in book 285 of Mortgages, on
page 56, of the following described real
estate, situated In said Ramsey County,
therein described, as follows, vis.: Lot four
(4) of Block one hundred eighty-four (184)
of Robertson's Addition to West Saint Paul,
according to the recorded .plat thereof on file
in the office of the Register of Deeds in and
for said County of Ramsey, given to secure
the payment of a certain 'promissory note or
debt therein described for, $2,500, with, Inter
est thereon at the rate, of seven per cent per
annum, and default has . been made in the
conditions of said • mortgage, in that '. the
whole of said principal sum of $2,500 Is
due and unpaid, together with interest there
on at the rate aforesaid, from July 20th, 1893,
and there is claimed to be due and Is due at
the date of this notice the sum of Two Thou
sand Nine Hundred Fifty-Three and 08-100
($2,953.08) Dollars, together ■ with the further
sum of $75.00 attorney's fees, stipulated for
In said mortgage, to be paid in case of fore
closure, and no action, or proceeding has
been instituted at law to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage or any part there
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that
by virtue of the power of sale. contained In
said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
In such case made and provided, said mort
gage will be foreclosed .by sale of the said
mortgaged premises, and the said mortgaged
premises or parcel of land before described,
will be sold at public vendue by the Sheriff
of said Ramsey COunty, or his deputy, to the
highest bidder, at the main front entrance on
Fourth Street, of the Ramsey County Court
House, In the City of St Paul, in said Ram
sey County, on Tuesday, the seventh day of
April. A. D. 1866. at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, to satisfy the amount due on said mort
gage, together with the attorney's fees as
aforesaid, and the costs and. disbursements
Dated February 24th, 1896.
E. K. STONE AND E. K. STONE JUNIOR, -
tt v '*, a r. „ Trustees, Mortgagees.
H. J. ft A. E. Horn, **** ****"*
Attorneys for Mortgagees,
Rooms 516 and 517, New York Life Building;
St PauL Minn. v, a
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STATE OF MINN^gO^A, COUNTY OF
Ramsey— ss. Probate Court. .
In the matter of the eState of John O'Brien
deceased. «' -....»_<*. *■ .-..
Letters testamentary i>n, the estate of John
O Brien, deceased, late the. County of Ram
sey and State of Minmfeota, being granted to
Charles Michaud, — 1 *>«
It Is ordered,- that six months be and the
same Is hereby allowed from and after the
date of this order In which all persons hav
ing claims or demands against the said de
ceased are required tor file the same In the
Probate Court of said ' County, ' for -examina
tion and allowance, or be forever barred.
It Is further ordered; that the first Mon
day In October, 189*6, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
a general term of. said Palate Court, .to be
held at the Court House In the City of St.
Paul, ln said County, bo and the same hereby
Is appointed as the tlme.'and place when and
where the said Probate Court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands. * "**•• *;
And it is .: further ordered, that notice of
such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested In said estate by forthwith
publishing this order once in. each week for
three successive weeks in the St. Paul Dally
Globe, m dail* newspaper printed and pub
lished in said cbunty. * oi -ty,vy
Dated .at , St* Panl this 2£th lay . of March,
1896.*"-"--*-'-'-'' j •■-■■ ■' -■;;.-*; .* --/--.»--•...
' By the Court! •' 1 *.-- -■.-." ' '■-"' "-v.zr-y
~y^\&*' WILLRICH, Judge of Probate.
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FOR RENT— HOUSES.
r J. W. SHEPARD, ~~:
04 East Fourth Street.
, RENTS Honses, Stores, Oißces, Steam-
Heated Apartments, Collects Rents,
Acts as Owners' Agent.
CARDIGAN RENTAL AGENCY." 22 EAST
Fourth, rents houses, flats, stores; prop-
HOUSES FOR RENT— House No. 379 East
Eighth St., eleven rooms, modern Improve-
ments; rent low; no boarding house; House
No. 387 East Eighth st., eight rooms, mod-
crn improvements; House* No. 399 East
Eighth st., ten rooms, modern improve-
ments. D. Bergman & Co., 186 East Third
HOUSE— For rent, twelve-room house In
lower town; all modern Improvements and
. conveniences: will rent cheap. Inquire
Room 813. New York Life Building.
HOUSE— For rent, 547 Ashland ay.. a nice
HOUSE-For rent, 547 Ashland ay., a nice
eight -room tenement Inquire at 563 Ash-
HOUSE— Tilton St., No. 78— A fine nine-room
house for rent; will fix It fine; suitable for
two families; $25 per month. . •
HOUSE— of neat eight-room house on
St. Anthony hill will accept board for the
rent. Address L 56, Globe.
DWELLING— For rent, large single dwell-
„ ing, 405 Ashland ay.; $45 per month. * In-
qulre 429 Ashland. • ■■ ■ .
HOUSE— For rent, nine-room house. 147 Nina
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGBNCY — GLOBE
-BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES.
• STORES. OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OF
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKES COL-
LECTIONS. . .
BROADWAY, 644— For rent, suites of two,
. three and four unfurnished rooms; city
• water and sewer.
FIFTH ST., 235, WEST— and board;
nicely furnished front alcove; also front and
SUMMIT AY.. Furnished roms, single or
en suite; all conveniences; also table board.
SEVENTH ST., -151, EAST— Over Rockaway
Restaurant— furnished rooms, en
suite or single; suitable for man and wife;
THIRD ST., 257. Furnished rooms in
- suites for light housekeeping; also rooms
furnished for gentlemen.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY, a bakery with lunch
counter in lively country town. J. P.
Biltgen. 11 Eastman ay.. Minneapolis. Minn.
CONTRACT* WORK— GRADING WEST RO"
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 27, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
City of St Paul, Minnesota, at their office in
said city, until 2 p. m. on the 9th day of April,
A. D. 1896, for grading West Robie street, from
Goff avenue to Bellows street, in said city,
according to plans and specifications on file in
the office of said Board.
A bond with at \east two (2) sureties. In a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a certi
fied check on a bank of St. Paul In a sum of at
least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount bid
must accompany each bid. Said check shall
be made payable to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
, . , R. L. GORMAN.
JOHN C. MUELLER,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
March 28 to April 8. ■
NEW CAPITOL FOR THE STATE OF
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the Board of State Capitol Com-
missioners, No. 512 Endicott Building St
Paul, Minnesota, until 1 o'clock p. m. on the
21st day of April, 1896, for all labor and ma-
terial required for excavation and foundation
j work of sub-basement for the NEW STATE
CAPITOL BUILDING AT ST. PAUL. in ac-
cordance with the drawings and specifications
which may be seen at the offlce of the Board
on and after Friday, April 3d, 1896. Copies
■of said drawings and specifications may be
obtained from Cass Gilbert, architect, No.
524 Endicott Building, St. Paul, upon pay-
ment of the cost of such reproductions, and
a deposit of $50, each deposit to be returned
to the bidder upon return of the drawings
. Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for a sum not less than two per
cent of the amount of the proposal. The
right is reserved to reject any and all bids,
and to waive any defect or informality In
any bid if it be deemed In the interest of
the state to do so. Proposals received after
the time stated will be returned to the bid-
ders. Proposals must be enclosed ln en-
velopes sealed and marked "Proposal for
: Excavation and Foundation Work for New
' Minnesota Stato Capitol at St Paul." and
addressed to the Board of State Capitol Com-
For the Board of State Capitol Commis
CHANNING SEABURY, Vie© President
000 DIRECTORY °°*
• OF THE —-
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS HOUSES
*::;-V:--:--"rf^k*c^ •^'"T^ «=» r* vti
OF ST, PAUL.
The following is published daily for the benefit of traveling
I salesmen, strangers and the public generally. It includes all the
salesmen, strangers and the public generally. It includes all the
trades and professions, and cannot fail to prove of interest to all
trades and professions, and cannot fail to prove of interest to all
■who intend transacting business in St. Paul.
who intend transacting business in St PauL
v^ ;: Amusements. .:.',, - Kara.
I Metropolitan. Sixth, near Robert st. Ransom & Horton, 99-101 East Sixth.
: Grand, Sixth and St. Peter streets. Merrell Ryder, 339 Jackson st
j Straka's Tivoll, Bridge Square. Concert even- — z*r ■ — — - —
lags and Sunday matinee. Admission free. FJotxr and Feed. ". ( .
Bodega, 148 East Sixth street. Tierney ft Co.. 91 East Third at »! '". -■•'.'
Olympic. 174-178 East Seventh street. <* '»x _a« uura ■ * — £! — —
**- ; ■ * "y Green Vegetable*. ■ \tki
Bakeries. Tubbeslng Bros.. 100 East Third st.
Bakeries. Tubbeslng Bros.. 100 East" Third jit* ' J- ';;* .
Thauwald Bros., 853-355. W. Seventh st. \ Grocers.
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
" John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
Books, Mew, Rare and Standard. sts.. 'and 486-488 East Seventh st i
EJ. W. Porter Company. 100 East Fourth st <--„_ — - _ ZT. "Z. ~,
Ti. W. Porter Company, 100 East Fourth st bans, Skate* and Sporting Goods.
Batter and Egg-i. £. F. Kennedy ft Bros.. Third and Robert
Batter and Eras. & F. Kennedy & Bros., Third and Robert
m _. -"-" — V. - iii»__T Wm. Burkhard ft Sons, 57-59 East Seventh st
Wisconsin Dairy. 513 St Peter st Tel. 82L — —
Milton Dairy Company, 723 Wabasha st TeL . Hotels.
m — * ■ ■ — — Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
Cat Rate Tickets. Insurance and Steamship Aec„t-.
Corbett's, 169, East Third st" * y s -•.„,.„ » r>n ««--«- 0 «-.v * -
Edwards, 173 Third st, 339 Robert st *'pS« Si corner Seventh and St.
Cloaks. Loan* on Watches, Diamonds, Vara
Ransom. ft Horton. 99-101 . East Sixth. < Lytie"s Loan Office. 411 Robert. Room L
Commission Merchants. ~ Lanndrles.
McGutrs ft Mulrconey. 280 E. Sixth at - r,^.,, B.llr -. w„f ™ ... _ , «--
R E. Cobb, 294-298 East Sixth st The Elk, 51 West Third st Tel. 268.
C. C. Emerson, 251-255 East Sixth st Milk and Cream
Geo. Thuet, 24 West Third st ______ ,- . ... -.
E. McNamee & Co., 249 East Sixth st H Stebbing (Como), 367 Dayton ay. All cows
Schierman. & Co., 134 East Third. st guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
De Camp ft Beyer. 129 East Third st nf«„™#n-+--_-_ _,»»- . —^
H. C. Hemenway ft Co., corner Third and «»»«"»«*»»•«»'■ muH Dealers in Dynn.
Minnesota sts. mos, .Motors and Electrical An.
Pore & Redpath, TO and 72 East Third st paratus "'■
Coal and Wood. John Gorman. 315 Minnesota st
O.G. Wilson, corner Eighth and Broadway. ~~~ T~Z ~7~Z, ~~" "
'. — — -News-nnd Stationery.
Confectioners, "Wholesale. «_—__ *t xt !*• «-. .-
„_,, „„■ .*•- A, ™-r ™^_ Charles. L. Neumann, . 224 West Seventh st
McFadden- Mullen Co., 101 East Fifth at D 1_: *~ ■ ■■■ ~ =—
. . — __ _-_ — I Flnmbln&r, Steam and Gas Fitting.
_. Electricians. A. W. Johnston. 139 West Seventh st.
John Gorman, SIS Minnesota st __ Plnmbin*, Steam, Hot Water Heat.
Express, Piano Movin*. Packin* and McQuillan Bros.. 183. Western ay. .'
• -. -^ __ Sheet Metal Workers, Stoves and
J. B. DesftH-ges. 15* East Sixth. Tel. 550. _. _ • "nu
-— ■ — — — — — Hardware. . .
Express and. Storage. 7 Karrt & Brghfr, 183 West Third st
Kent's Express and Storage Company, 221 W. — — - ** - '■ ■ * *
Seventh st' Cheapest and best ' .; . Undertakers.
For Funerals. Theo. Bunker, corner West Ifa and 6th sts.
yy!!. For Pnnezals; ' r^ Theo, -Bunker. rCorner^West" Xt^. and^6th "sts.j
Carriage*-, |S; hearses, ft. Seven Cwnen Wholesale Wine* aud LUiao**; ~
CaiTrta^ea, »f£h«iMses, ftf * Sevea Coniera Wholesale Wines^aud l"Hi*o«ii'. l
I : Ja»W ** •*• ■■•■••■■■•**" •■•-' " -"••• " -"- B. Simon. SM-m East fiwtatli st *; ;
REESE & 00.,
129 En»t Fourth Street.
;■:»!•; - '- BUSINESS AGENCY.
WE HANDLE all classes of business without
— -jgijj^fjfgj-jjj- l"UL_i
ADVICE TO BORROWERS— Avoid paying
ADVICE TO BORROWERS^-Avoid. paying
commission and exchange; avoid haying
your mortgages sold East or abroad, which
generally necessitates doing business
through middlemen.- Borrow from a home
institution, with which you can do business
direct Our State Savings Bank, Germania
Life Ins, Bldg., 4th and Minn. sts.. has
money to loan on good security at moder-
ate rates, charges no commission and gives
the "on or before" privilege.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos.
etc.. to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans
can be repaid by Installments, business
strictly private.-. Room 7, First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota, V-rtgage Loan, Co.
$50 TO $600 short-time loans procured on per-
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor Globs Building.
LOST AND FOUND.
POCKETBOOK LOST— blue pocketbook. be-
tween. Summit ay and Mannheimer's. Finder
please return to 234 Dayton ay. and receive
reward. : .-. ■ -y. ■-••.•.
SHOE LOST— Robert, between Sixth and
Twelfth Bts.„ one only, lady's new shoe;
never used. Return to 188 East Fifth at
.SPECTACLES LOST— Pair of gold spectacles
In lower town. Finder please return to 389
Wabasha, Pinska's store, and receive < re-
ward. , ■ - -.
WATCH LOST— A lady's small, solid gold
watch,. open face, with gold bow attached;
liberal 1 reward if left at Globe Office. Z
GOOD DRESSMAKER or seamstress as
partner In country town; can have home
with me; only respectable lady need reply;
reference. Mrs. Lolo Mac Smith. Amboy,
Minn., L. B. 1,290. ..*.
FOR SALE— market, established twelve
years; beat location and trade in city;
complete outfit and stock; must be sold
at once; for further Information, address
Lock Box 807, Jamestown, N. D.
THIRTY-FIVE PER CENT per month is
what our new system of dealing in stocks
and grain has made our customers for
March. Do you want any of it. Call and
Investigate, or send for particulars. De-
posits received from $5.00 up. H. B. Cram
& Co., Room 9, Nat. Ger.-Amerlcan Bank.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur-
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh. R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
UMBRELLAS— WE MAKE, RE-COVER OR
UMBRELLAS— WE MAKE, RE-COVER OR
, repair; cane repairing. McCollum ft Mc-
Collum, 372 Minnesota st. Tel. 1379.
KAHLERT ft MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works. 244 East Seventh." *
PROPOSALS— — FOR ARMY SUP-
plles. — Office Chief Commlssary.Army Build-
ing, corner Second and Robert Streets, St.
Paul. Minn., April 6, SEALED PRO-
POSALS, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at this office and
at the offlce of the Commissary at each post
in the Department of Dakota, until tl o'clock
a. m.. May 6, 1896, at which time and place
they will be opened In presence of bidders,
for supplying the military posts In this de-
partment with fresh beef, and mutton, for fis
cal year commencing July 1, 1896. The fresh
beef shall be good In quality and condition,
fit for immediate use, and from fore and hind
quarter meats proportionally, including all
the best cuts thereof. The fresh mutton shall
be of good, fat and marketable quality, from
wethers over one and under three years old.
Beef and mutton to be dressed and trimmed
as prescribed in the circular of instructions to
bidders. Proposals will be also received stat-
ing the price at which" the bidder will de-
liver fresh beef or mutton of the character
above stated, and to be delivered of tempera-
ture not greater than 50 . degrees Fahrenheit.
For further information apply to this office,
or to any commissary for his respective post.
Preference will be given to articles of domes
-1 tic production or manufacture, conditions of
quality and price (including in the price of
foreign productions or manufacture the duty
thereon) being equal. With the consent of the
bidder to whom award is made, an increased
quantity may be accepted at time of award.
The government reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. Proposals should be enclosed
in sealed envelopes, and marked "Proposal
for Fresh Beef and Mutton."— JNO. J.
CLAGUE, Major and, Commissary, Chief Com-
missary, Dept. of Dakota.
■ — ' "* ■— Egg ''TTSiß
ONE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, GENTS'
furnishings, etc., and fixtures, being in-
ventoried at $3,157.50, will be sold to the
highest ■ bidder, for cash, at 10 o'clock ln
the forenoon, the 18th day of April, at 993
West Seventh street; also one stock of dry
goods, gents' furnishings and fixtures, be-
ing inventoried at $7,083.31, will be sold to
the highest bidder, for cash, at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon, at 383 West Seventh street.
Both stock and detailed inventories can be
seen every morning . from 9 to 10 o'clock.
. •... ; Assignee, 531 Rice Street
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List of Unclaimed Letters Remain-
ing in the Postolifce, St. Paul,
April 6, 1890.
Free delivery of. letters by carriers at the
residence of owners may be secured by ob-
serving the following rules;
First—Direct plainly to the street and num
ber of the house. - -
Second— Head letters with the writer's full
address, including street and number, and
request answers to be directed accordingly.
Third— Letters to strangers or transient vis-
tors in tho city whose special address may
be unknown should be marked in the left-
hand corner "Transient." This will prevent
their delivered to persons of the same
or similar names. -'-^v ....'-'.'- ;
Fourth— Place the postage stamp on the
upper right-hand corner, and leave space
between the stamp and directions for post-
marking without defacing the writing.
Persons calling for letters in this list will
please say they are advertised, otherwise
they will not receive them.
■ •■■*"■■ ■■'•■■ ' H. A. CASTLE. Postmaster.
Ackerman Joseph Allyan Anna -.-.
Adams John Ammond Mra Gus
Ahem Mrs, 91 Col- Anderson Miss Mary
orado st Andus Bennle
Allen John Backstrom Henry and
Alien Louis J -Amanda
Aline Miss Mary
Bacon Mrs D H *" Belino I ■ "
Barnes Mrs Mary Blackburn. W E
Behrmann J F L Boucher J H
Benedict Frank Brabanb Miss Mary
Bennett Mrs A . Brown Mrs A G
"erg M . [Butler J R. 2
Caldwell S H Conrad Mrs. 243 W
Caldwell S H Conrad. Mrs. 243 W ~*
Ohemabers D B "'**" 24th -* l -
Colburn W H Conway Mrs Issic
Cook Albert Curl C H - '
Cook H W
Daniels 0L W ■ . David John
Echhardt Miss Sus- Elliott Miss Dolly '
„?*•--*. - [Engtxjrgh Mrs Lizzie
Edwards J Evans HBP ■■< ■: -
Farrell Mrs M F * |FHHs Miss. 100 3rd st
Farrington and Com- Fink Domtnikus
Flanegan Mrs Mary
Farrington Miss Fletcher J
Maude Folsom Miss Emma
Fee Mrs Lizzie B *" *
Games I E Gay Miss Jennie •""
Gallig-an Miss Gertie Gilbert E P
••iaitiner C GUI William
Haas P C Hill J B "*""
Hand Thos Hoefler Mrs Rose
Hanryeen Joseph T Holbrook F
Hanson Miss Marie • Holman Louis
Harper Mrs Bene Hopkins Mrs Jane
Harris Miss Francis. 3 Hope Mrs Daisy
Hause C Humes Mrs Belle
Hayes Miss Violet Hunter J W
Herd Peter . Huntington Mrs
Hefferon Mrs Wm Hurst Harry
Herder R F Hilger Miss Sadie '
Herman Carrie I ■ .
Jeff Walter. Jordan Mrs Maggie *
Johnson Mr, 881 De Joyce Mrs M
Soto IJuleen Mrs Mlnney
Kahn Ixmis Kittle Rush ~
Kilboe Leo Kuehweg Josef
King Miss Laura E Kurelmeier-Miss Em-
Klrk G P, M D ma
Lang Miss Hilda Long & Twiss "*
Lapron Mrs Rebecca Londy Mrs T
Lee Stephen E Loveii Mrs Alfred
Libby W M Lowe Mrs Jessie F
Lindley A W
McAndrews Mrs R J Rondo st ""
McAndrews Mrs Mlddleswirth Fred
Mcßride Chelton. C Miller Mrs F E
McCauley Master Chas Miller Kane
McCay David Mitchell & Schackt
Macbeth Mrs C O Moller Ernst
Malll Cslda i Morsf Mrs Fleanle
Malone Miss M Morawitz Wm
Marshall J A Moskawltz Mrs
Martert George Minger N F
Matthews Edward Murphy Mr. 467 St
Matthews Larry Anthony ay
Maxon Norris H Murphy Oneable Don-
Megroth Fred * agell
Meier Marie, 334
Nelson Alma Neumann Chas R *
Nelson Miss Alma Nobes N M
Nelson John Nolan D W
Nelson Miss Marie Nolan James
Nemlck Mrs J F Nottemier A H
Newall J H [Norman E L
Oakes Mrs T F , lOlln Mrs M
Oconell John Oswell John L L
Odell Mrs J F |_
Pain Arthur Pike Mrs May *
Pamer Miss Kate Pollard Miss E
Parker J M Prenot J E
Parker J T Pribon S C
Patterson A Priestley E
Peterson Billy Putman Miss Sadie
Radgers William Ridgway Mrs M ""*
Reif Frances Russell Miss Agnes
Reiley Mrs T C Russell Mrs Rich-
Renlger Miss Dora ard J 3
j St Clair Frank Smith A T "
St John Miss Grace Smith Mrs J H
Say A A Smith Minnie 4
Schroeder Anton Starch Karel
Schulze Emma Starr Miss Fannie
Scofleld Mrs J D Sterndorff Eddie B
Scofleld Miss Persls E Stevens William
Shilling Ed Stoddard C E 3
Simon A Strauss Miss Mary 4
Slaglee E H Strembel Hon C P
Smeltz Andrew Sutton Miss Katie
Smith A J Svanson P
Tappen Frank Tood A L
Tappen Frank Tood A L ' ""
Ulen Miss Mollie
Waller Mrs, 121 Igle- Wheeler C C "°
hart st Whitney A
Warner Miss Ella Willard H J
Watson Prof J J Williams Frank D
Webster A Wilson Fannie
Weiler Miss L Wilson Charles '.
Westholm Miss Louisa
Yeaman Miss Llllle ■
Yeaman Miss LUUe
Zwlckey W F . ~~"
UNPAID LETTER LIST.
Beacon Electric Co INymane Miss Marie
Clark W M Thome Mrs H
Klnygeh Adam Wallen Miss Carrie
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Fof-the Unemployed 1.
C» vr. r -.u*. AJTO mixnjapolib.
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