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Good Morning« The People's Wants Are Told Below—Read Them.
W.HTS MAY BE LEFT
'At the following locations tor Inser
tion In the Dally and Sunday Globe,
et tbe same ratca vi are charged by
tbe main office.
Hamllne Pharmacy Dnl* stoT*
750 BNELLINO AVENUE.
iever Westby •••• 1 ?™« Store
i 679 EAST THIRD STREET.
LO AVER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
! 442 BROADWAY.
HER HI AM PARK.
I » j» ». woolsev ...Drug Store
IV %r. ANTHONY ANDPRIOR AVENUES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Emil Bull V __-__ rUgßi9t
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
IV. ' A Frost _ Co Drue Store
1 ' BELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Btraieht Bros •_£_BUSa S
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
'A. A. Campbell U„* Dnlg Btor'
235 RONDO STREET.
!*_ T. Guernsey D™_ Store
171 DALE STREET.
g rar vptt*. Pharmacy
VTOTORTA 'AND RE LBV AVENUES.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIR. TELD AVENTT..
\7* George Marti BW_SJ?™
S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
, Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T Hall Drue Store
COR. g'."w .BASTTA AND TSABEL.
B. _". Re.yes Dr-i- Store
MOOT.E BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnad" Drue Store
BT PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J- Wltto Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
P. M. Crudd-. Confectioner
468 RICE STREET.
IW. E. Low. Dm . Store
_ V RORT.RT ANO TWELFTH STRWFTS.
R. T. Wtnen.t & Co Drue Store
rp-RNFR RlfTB AND TOLEHART.
C. R. Mnrellu. Drue Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
'A. . G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
_. ft G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
X J. Muller Drue Store
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
"V C A. Mopchow Cigars Pnd Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
Trains Leave and Arrive
St. Paul as Follows:
Union Depot, Sibley St.
y^fS^s. TICKET OFFICE
* Q 4___f.l 162_
EAST THIRD ST.
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and .- -ST. PAUL.- .
Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Puce. Sound Mall (daily) for
Fargo. Bozeman, Butte. Hel
ena, Missoula, Spokane, Ta
coma, Seattle and Portland... 3:15 pm 5:55p.m
Oregon Express (daily) for
Moovhead, Fargo, Fergus
\ hm Falls, Wahpetoa Crookston,
* Grand Forks. Grafton, Win
nipeg and tbe Pacific Coast... 8:00pm 7:lo_m
Fargo Local (dally except Sun
day) for St. Cioud, Brainerd
and Fargo. 0:00 am 5:3. p.m
Pnlln.ni First Claws and Tourist .1. epor.
'^PtVaSU^Ssr 395 ROBERT ST -'
_________T__f CORNER SIXTH,
p^^^^ (THONE 480) AND
•I^^Qggi UNION DEPOT.
' Leave. | tEx. Sun. *Daily. | Arrive.
. , ,
*B:lUani /-*"» IJ I /*"» a /~lf\ *7:Wam
*i_-p_ L^ rl I LvAlllf *11:40ftm
•8:1. pm * " * *»'*»• 9;55 pm
tlC:ll am .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. +6:sopm
•ll:0(pm Duluth and Superior *6:soam
•10:06 am Su City, Omaha & Kan. City *6:55 pm
tlO:osam Elmore, Su Falli. Pipestone ._:_-pn_
t4:3op_ .Jlaukato. New Ulm, Tracy. +o:3sam
+10:C6am .Watertown, Huron, Pierre. +G:sspm
*8:15 pm Sioux City, Omaha, Kan. Cy. *7:2sanv
»P:IS pm "California in Three Bays" *?:. am
1 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroil
Chicago "Day" Express.. tF:osam +10:10pm
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex... *?:_>pm .I:3sam
Chicago "Fast Mall" *6:..5pm e_oopm
Chicago 'Vestibule" Llm. "8:10 nm *7:soam
Chicago via Dubuque +4:sopm +11:00 am
Dubuque via La Crosse... +8 :Csa m +10 -.10pm
Peoria via .lason City... *4:sopm _l:ouam
_t. Louis and Kansas City. *B:Bsam *o:3spm
. Wilbank and Way t.:2Can_ ""ti^Opm
liHbank., Fargo and Ab
erdeen .:15pm *B:ir_m
I *Daily. tEx. Sun. tEx. Sat. .Ex. Mon.
• ,A For full information, call at Ticket Office.
■| ST. PAUL & DULUTH R."~R.
, Leave Arrive
St. Paul. *Daily. +Ex. Sunday. St. Paul.
+8:20 a. m. DULUTH ~~ *7'lsa.__T
*2:15 p.m. ciinrDinn +2,50 p. m.
«_.l.p.m IW. SUPERIOR... *6:25 p.m.
From Union Depot. CITY TICKET OFFICE,
ff 0 Robert Street.
Trains leave St. Paul Union De
-*•. __________ _ot asfollows: Daily, ti:_".p. _
CnWfol for New York, Boston, Montreal
__ ____I_l and Eastern points. Dlniug car
■I________ auti tbr^'UKh Boston Sleeper at
_l_]|_l___ tecned. Daily, 9:05 a. m.. for Se
_.*■___—_ ■ tIU!e' T''con- . Portland and Pa-
HsjSffß»" _flc Coast points. Through sleep-
m t* r^ er to Seattle attached: Daily
except Sunday. s:lop^ m. for Glen wood from
H-uneapollß. From Broadway station, except
(Sunday, Wisconsin Div. Local, 9:35 a. m.; St
Croix Fulls Accommodation. 0:05 p.m.
_LWl11-_ _—____! Vt __ w fi_ _fl B—Bl a [ft n_
IKAPLE LEAF ROUTE. Ticket 0_c„: Cor. Robert and 6t__
Bti. and Union Depot. Trains l«a _> Union Depot, St. Patil,
_; T:3O P. m. Dsily, *nd 7:39 A.m., Except 6_u_y, for
I _ nbuque, CHICAGO, Waterloo, Cedar FalU, Mir._alitown,
' fl»-" Mo:nc», St. Joseph, Leavenworch aad KANSAS CITY.
Center _oca____. at _ F, m. Daily.
Tx raii:* from Kawu City arrive ct 7 _ 6 A. ro and_:3o P.m.
Daily, and 7:28 P. m., Except Sunday, and from Chicago at
7:2b A.m. and 2:30 P.m. Dally, and 7:28 P. m., Except
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Ticket Office, 1»K E. Third St. 'Phone 114 .
Leave. I *Dailt. +Exce_>t _7_d_t. Akbivb
.—O. am Breck. Division & Branches +5:35pm
+ — 20. m'F'pusFallsDiv. & Branches +6:45 pm
•ti :'. pm Willmar via St. Cloud +10:40 am
. ..' pmißreck., Fargo,Gd.F'a,W'peg *7:_> am
. :'i iin Montana aud Pacific Coast.. *ti:00 pm
.; «.:li .niilSt.Cloud, Cr'ks.n, Gd.F'ks. *7:lsam
Ajf . +4:(ll''pm I Excelsior <_ Hutchinson.... +10:00 am
EASTER-i Ml__KSOr._-a.f_ KY.
S.:_ pm. Duluth, West-upcrlor \ t-'ffiPg
_/& _—_-___ Train . I cave* ®T- paul
laius i-cavc 12 y 5 p m
/______i__ dail-/ forCnica -° and intermedi
_! _^-______ Bte ',olnteand at 7:40 p. m. daily
"'-___ for MHwaukee. Chicago and in-
I&.' lei mediate points.
■■• _________*' Arrive from Chicago at 8:15 a.
.tSBRhIB^ *c- a»d 3:45 p. m. daily. City
1 "*■_* Ticket Office, b73 Kohert Street.
_'—_ i' ■ •
__._--_.___._-_—_— j.pavo Uaiiou Depot for
•• __w'^__E_—lt^'^'' •""■*■ Arriveß from Bams
BLACKSMITH—Wanted, a good general
blacksmith. A J. Connolly, Erin, Wis.,
St. Croix Co.
CARPENTERS wanted. Call at 155 Rondo.
COACHMAN—Wanted, coachman; most be
a good driver and understand taking care
of horses; references required. 676 Dayton
OFFICE WORK—Wanted, young Scandina
vian for office work; state age, experience,
references and salary expected In own hand
writing. Address X 71, Globe.
TEAMSTER—Wanted, teamster, single man,
acquainted with city. Apply 499 Edmund,
TRIMMER—Wanted, first-class edge trim
mer on ladles' fine shoes; operator on Ama
zine skiving machine. Sharood & Crooks,
339 East Seventh st.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, assets
$650,000, largest, strongest and best Minne
sota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Dougla*
Putnam, Secretary, St Panl. Minn.
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 boy for bicycle repair shop;
one who has had some experience preferred.
234 West Third st.
$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 &
Kline. St. Louis, Mo. .
WANTED AGENTS—Big pay; choice terri
tory; pays sick, accident, death and en
dowment benefits. Address American Be
nevolent Association, St. Louis, Mo.
APPRENTICE—Wanted, an apprentice for
dressmaking; will teach good girl all
parts of dressmaking system for a few
weeks' work. 206 Carroll St., Flat 4.
APPRENTICE—Wanted, an apprentice girl
to learn dressmaking. 415 Selby ay.
DRESSMAKER—Wanted. dressmaker, at
once; first-class. Apply at 741 Hague ay.
HOUSEWORK — Girl wanted for general
housework. Call at residence. Dr. Benepe,
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a girl for general
housework at 458 Holly ay.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, competent girl for
general housework. 219 Fisk St., between
Dayton and Marshall.
HOUSEWORK—GirI wanted for general
housework at 495 Portland ay.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted. girl for general
housework. 4C5 Summit ay.
HOUSEWORK—Good girl wanted for light
housework. 220 Granite st.
HOUSEWORK—GirI wanted for general
housework in small family. Call at 167
Aurora ay., immediately.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, girl for general
housework, at 495 Portland ay.
HOUSEWORK—A competent girl to do house
work in small family; good wages. 739
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, a reliable girl for
general housework In a small family. 706
NURSE GlßL—Wanted, nurse girl over four
teen years old for child two years old. Call
1890 Iglehart st.
SECOND WORK—Wanted, Immediately, an
experienced girl for second work. Mrs.
Ranney, 107 Virginia ay.
SEWING GlßL—Wanted, one sewing girl
and one apprentice girl to learn dressmak
lng, at 631 Hague ay.
WANTED—GirI to take care of child during
the day and go home nights. 22 The Vir
A CLOSE INVESTIGATION of my ability
and references will reveal merit well worth
your employing; bookkeeping, stenography,
advertising. H. B. C, Arcade, Cedar
A BOY 16 years of age would like to have
work of any kind on Saturdays. Address
A MAN thoroughly competent to make val
uations on real estate and Improvements
will do so for reasonable compensation. V
BUILT FOR BUSINESS—Up to date. I be
lieve I can do you good. A trial Is re
quested. Bookkeeping, stenography, adver
tising. H. B. C, Care Arcade, Cedar Rap
COOK—First-class all-around cook wants sit
uation in hotel; steady man. Address Jim
Smith, Tracy, Minn.
COACHMAN—A young Englishman wishes
to get a situation as coachman, or work of
any kind; thoroughly understands the care
of horses, carriages and harness; can fur
nish good city reference. Apply W. P., 470
EMPLOYMENT—A young man, eighteen
years of age, would like a position of any
kind; can furnish the best of city refer
ences. Address 325 Martin.
ENGINEER and a good mechanic wants posi
tion at some steam plant; good references.
Address 418 Minnehaha st
OFFICE WORK—Wanted, a place by a young
man in an office or commission house; can
talk three languages, am sober and a good
worker, with recommendations. Address
W. H„ 514 Aurora ay.
PRlNTEß—Competent job printer desires
situation In city or country; sixteen years'
experience. Address J. C. M., Room 21,
328 Robert st.
PRlNTEß—Reliable and experienced book
and news printer wants work as a two
thirder; give me a trial; can give satisfac
tion. E 79, Globe.
TEAMSTER—A young man acquainted in
the city would like to get a job as team
ster. Address 765 Cortland st
PAlNTEß—Experienced painter would like
to do some 'work in exchange for board.
Henry Wright, 260 East Sixth st.
SALESMAN—Position wanted by a salesman
or collector; has own rig; can give Al
references. F. C. C, 379 East Tenth st.
STENOGRAPHER—A male stenographer who
has som6 knowledge of bookkeeping desires
a position; has had experience; can furnish
reference and ls willing to start on low
salary. Address G. W. J., 416 New York
STENOGRAPHER — Thoroughly competent
stenographer and bookkeeper desires posi
tion; is familiar with all details ot office
work; will work for moderate wages. A.
TEAMSTER—J. J. Roberts would like a sit
uation as teamster in city; eleven years'
experienpe; or any night or any kind of
work; can give good references. 169 St
WORK FOR BOARD—A trustworthy young
man wants a place to work for board while
attending college; will furnteh best of ref
erences. A. 8., 647 Endicott Building.
WANTED TO RENT.
HOUSE—Wanted, by lady and daughter, to
take furnished house for the summer; the
very best of care taken of same. Address
E 81. Globe.
Foot of Sibley Street.
Will leave for St. Louis and intermediate land
ings Friday, -lay 15th. at 2 P. M_
For full infoiination regarding passenger and
freight rates ad-ire ss C. R. BROCKWAY, General
Agent, Office, foot of Sibley street, opposite
Union Depot. St. Paul. Telepnone call. 9_
M. & ST. L. DEPOT,
Broadway and Fourth.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R.
''ALBERT _L.KA ROUTE.».- .
Leave | *Dally, tEx. Sunday. ,1 :-Arjjyq
J Alb'tLea, Dcs Moiness M. j "-. • *
,+o:ooa.m. | Ced. Rp'ds, Kan. Oityj + _50 p.m.
i- .8:35 am. Watert'n A Red. Falls E*. .4;Ssp.m.
] *7:0O p.m. Dei Moines _ Omnha Lim -.5.. a.m.
j t-7;i4o__n_. Chicago <_ St.'Louis Lim. *S:ss'a.tn
1 44.35 p.m. Albert Lea _* Mankato Loc tIO;SS _m.
THE SAINT PAUI, DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1896,
HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted, by widow, posi
tion as housekeeper. Call at 690 Hague ay.
HOUSEWORK—CoIored girl wants to do
general housework. 806 Palace. '
HOUSEKEEPER wishes a position ot trust;
best of reference can be given. H <9, Globe.
HOUSE CLEANING—An experienced young
lady would like to get house cleaning or to
go out and wash or iron, or to get some
sewing to do. Please call at 169 Charles st
NURSlNG—Experienced in confinement or
any kind of sickness; will do light house
work if desired; can furnish good reference.
Call or address 515 Robert, room 1.
NURSE—Situation wanted by first-class
nurse, German; like a place to take care
of a small baby; no objection to leave the
city; last place nine years. Call 393 Selby;
call in afternoon. .
NURSE—By a German reliable nurse, entire
charge of baby; good seamstress; several
years' experience; city reference. Apply to
873 Sherburne ay.
NURSE—Situation wanted as nurse; German
girl twenty-five years old; educated; fond
of children; served four years in last
place; references; city or lake 3. 386 Ban
SEWlNG—Wanted, by a good dressmaker,
sewing In families, at 75 cents a day. Ad
dress 368 North Exchange.
SEWING —Young lady, experienced in sew
ing, wants position In dressmaking estab
lishment, or with private dre6smaker. 551
SEWING—A lady of experience desires plain
sewing to do at her home; prices very rea
sonable. 57 Wilkin st
WASHING and Ironing neatly done at rea
sonable price; will go out housecleaning
by day. Call 165 Mcßoal St., In rear.
WASHING—PIace? to work by the day at
washing or ironing. Address 370 Wacouta
WASHING wanted, or will go out to your
home. Call 201 West Sixth st.
WASHING—Lady wants to go out washing
and ironing. Call 220 Granite.
WASHING —Woman wants washing and Iron
ing op house cleaning by the day; is a first
class house cleaner. Call or address Room
7, Ramsey Block, corner Ramsey and West
WASHING—Wanted, to go out washing and
scrubbing. Call 674 Blair st.
WASHING—A colored lady would like to go
out washing, or take It home; and house
cleaning by day or week. Address 572
STENOGRAPHER—Wanted, position as ste
nographer; good penman; salary, $25.00 per
month. Address Stenographer, 54 N. G. A.
B'k Bldg, city.
desires work; is willing to work for mod
erate salary; has own typewriter; ls also
willing to leave city. X 100, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—A thoroughly competent j
stenographer, owning machine, would like
piece work or substituting; willing to leave
city. Stenographer. 46 Germania Life.
STENOGRAPHER—Lady stenographer de
sires position; has experience in law and
Insurance work; has own typewriter; and
willing to work for a moderate compensa
tion. L 76, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER, using Remington or
Smith Premier typewriter, having expe
rience in commercial and legal work, de
sires position. Address "Gray Matter," 35
East Tenth st.
STENOGRAPHER—Experienced and accu
rate lady stenographer would like a posi
tion at once; can give best references, and
accustomed to general office work. Address
Stenographer, 50 West Fifth st.
STENOGRAPHER—Wanted, position by a
thoroughly competent lady stenographer;
one who can. furnish first-class references.
Address Stenographer, 202 Granite st, city.
A YOUNG GIRL would like a place to care
for children from 3 years old up, or a
place to do light housework where there is
no washing, and come home nights, If pos
sible. Address 239 Carroll, corner Louis.
COOKS—Situation wanted by two sister
cooks and second girl, American; like places
for cook or general housework without
washing; last place seven years. Call 393
Selby ay.; call in afternoon.
COMPANION—A bright, refined girl of good
character and habits desires position as
companion to party leaving the city or at
home. F 78, Globe.
CLERK—Wanted, a position by a young lady
In a confectionery store; eleven years' ex
perience; can give first-class references;
no objection to leaving the city. C 67,
DRESSMAKER—An experienced dressmaker
wants sewing by the day In families. Ad
dress G 75, Globe.
DRESSMAKING for the next thirty days done
very cheap; cutting and fitting guaranteed.
Call 515 Robert, room 1.
OFFICEWORK—Wanted, a young lady of
eighteen would like a position in an office
or store; will work for small compensation
to begin with. Address J. A., 687 Tuscarora
SITUATION—GirI wishes situation of some
kind for a few hours a day. 792 Fauquier
st. up stairs. May Betcher.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
GRAND SPECIAL SALE of trotters, pacers,
road horses, coach horses, and saddlers, at
Midway Horse Market May 26 and 27. Con
signments solicited. Catalogue closes May
14. For further Information, address Wnj.
Cunningham & Co., Midway Horse Mar
ket Bt. Paul.
HARD TIMES HARNESS COMPANY, 544
Rice St —First-class wagon umbrellas, $1;
single harness from $3.45 up; double farm
harness from $12.10 up; axle grease. 6 boxes
for 25c; good whips from 9c up; No. 1
sweat collars, 35c; everything at cut prices.
PARTIES having horses, carriages or har
nesses for sale will find sale for same at
Seven Corners Livery. E. W. Shirk.
THE HARD TIMES HARNESS CO., 544
Rice st, is making war on high prices;
slngle harness, $3.45; double harness, $12.10.
THE FINEST LOT OF CITY-BROKE DRlV
ers and draft horses ever shipped to tho
Northwest are now on sale at Barrett &
Zimmerman's New Midway Sale Stables.
Auctions Wednesday and Saturday and pri
vate sales dally. James Mulvehill, man
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE
College—Examinations in all subjects re
quired for entrance to the college courses in
arts and science, science and technology,
finance and economy, chemistry, mechanical
engineering, electrical engineering, civil en
gineering, chemical engineering, biology and
architecture, will be held In St Paul on Tues
day and Wednesday, June 16th and 17th, at
615 New York Life building. Sixth and Min
nesota sts., under the charge of Rev. A. J. D.
Haupt, local examiner, 747 Portland ay. For
information and copy of catalogue address
the examiner, or George S. Fullerton, dean of
the college, University of Pennsylvania, West
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICE
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Cornice Co.. 411 Selby ay.
CHIROPODIST — Good thing for sore feet
(Good Luck Salve); sure cure for chilblains
and all other frost bites. If your druggist
will 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
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIO AND
Art, 26 East Exchange St., St Paul—Piano,
violin gutter, banjo and mandolin taught
Lessons given in drawing and painting.
Call nr send for prospectus.
. LADIES: Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills (Diamond Brand) axe the best Safe,
reliable; take no other. Send 4c, stamps,
for particulars. "Relief for Ladies," ia
letter . y return mail. At Druggists. Ofc.
Chester Ch.micai Co.. PHlUdelphla, Pjw
FOB BENT—Ii • _S.
J. W. SHE&RD.
04 Bwit Fon_fik _tr«et
RENTS Honsee, Stores, Ofllcei, Steam-
Heated Apartments, Collects Rents,
Acta na Owners* A _ ent.
HOUSES TO REM
IN ALL PABTS _f**T___ CITY.
G. B. WHITEBOBNE,
83 BAST FOUBT4I &TREET.
— ' . _______„^
AT WHITE BEAR LAKE—A ten-room cot
tage and large, beautiful grounds, at corner
Lake st. and Banning ay., for the season.
Apply to P. T. Kavanagh, 307 Bank of Min
HOUSE—For rent, nine-room bouse. 147
HOUSE—For rent, 379 East Eighth st, ten
rooms, modern Improvements, In first-class
order; no boarding; rent low. D. Bergman
tc. Co., 186 East Third st
HOUSE—For rent, house of six rooms. Call
at 352 Ramsey st.
HOUSE—For rent, seven-room house, bard
wood floors, gas shades, furnace, storm
windows, screens, small barn. 773 Cedar st.
Inquire 767 Cedar.
HOUSE—WiII rent from May 1, furnished
or unfurnished, my home, No. 702 East
Fourth st, St. Paul, to careful, respectable
and responsible tenant; can be examined
now. Address E. W. White, P. o. Box 33,
Red Wing. Minn.
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCT. — GLOBE
BUILDING — WB RENT HOUSES.
STORES, OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OF
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKES CQL
FLATS—Nice cool three, four and five-room
flats for rent cheap at 474 Rice st.
CONWAY ST., 685, Near Maria Ay. Car Line
—For rent, pleasant furnished front alcove
ROOMS—Three rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; nice shady yard;
house modern; also use'of barn if desired.
Apply 587 Grand ay. ' *'
WABASHA ST., 424—Nk», cool, furnished
rooms for summer months; under new man
agement; prices moderate. Call and see
us. We guarantee satisfaction.
1 1 '■ ■■ — -
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
E. P. ROBERTS,
95 East Fourth Street.
For your rents, real estate loans and insur
ance. I make a specialty of rents.
A SPLENDID BARGAIN*~t_ "those""in search
of a residence at White Bear lake. Eight
room cottage and large, beautiful grounds
fronting on the lake in (_>ttage Park, the
vicinity of the fine resfdefices of the Hon.
Michael O. Doran,R. B. Galusha and others,
for sale at a bargain. For particulars apply
to P. T. Kavanagh, 307 Bank of Minnesota
FOR SALE—At a sacrifice, on easy pay
ments, flve-room cottages, at $950 and $1,
--400; eight-room house at $1,100; also some
vacant lots at remarkably low prices. H.
H. Schulte _ Co.. 103 East Fourth st.
REAL ESTATE for sale very cheap at 474
Rice st; $1,800 house and lot for $600; $1,000
lot for $300.
ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY, any
amount, en liamonds, watches, Jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriter, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for* sale at half their value at
Lytle's, 411 Robert at
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
-5 Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Vrrtgage Loan Co.
MONEY TO LOAN on good security at low
est rates without charge for commission,
at our State Savings Bank, Germania Life
Building, Fourth and Minnesota sts.
$50 TO $SCO short time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor. Globe Building.
FARM- _ A-.DS.
MINNESOTA PRAIRIE AND TIMBER
Lands—lf you want to buy or sell prairie er
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 P. Koch. 176 East Third st.
ground floor, St. Paul, Minn., wholesale
dealer and colonizer. Reliable agents want
. UAI ,
POOL TABLE—For sale cletp, pool table, or
will trade for bicycle. _*6 Rice st.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
Ramsey—ss. District Court
In re receivership for Floyd" W. Horton, In
Upon reading and filing the final account
of said receiver In the matter above en
titled and his petition therewith,
It is ordered that the-creditors of said in
solvent file with said receiver, at No. 134
Endicott Arcade, St Paul, Minn., proofs of
their claims against said insolvent on or be- '
fore the 23rd day of May. 1896, and with the
Clerk of said Court releases thereof on or
before the 6th day of June, 1896, and that
any creditor of said insolvent who fails to
file proofs and releasee as herein ordered
shall not be entitled to participate in the dis
tribution of the proceeds of said Insolvent's
It ls further ordered that all persons In
terested in the matter above entitled show
cause before this Court at a special term
thereof to be held in the Court House in the
City of St. Paul, said County, on Saturday,
the 13th day of June, 1896, at 10 o'clock a. va.,
why this Court should not there and then
make an order confirming all the acts of
said receiver, allowing his final account, fix
ing his fe2s and those of his attorney, as
in said petition prayed, and directing him
to distribute the funds then remaining in his
hands to be distributed among the creditors
entitled thereto, and directing after this be
done that Judgment be entered discharging
said insolvent from all liability to creditors
who have filed releases, and discharging said
receiver and his bond from all liability
It is further ordered that notice of this
f*rder be given by publishing the same once
In each week for three successive weeks
prior to said 23rd day of May, 1896, in the
St. Paul Dally Globe, a newspaper pub
lished in said County, and by mailing a copy
thereof to each of the creditors of said in
solvent so far as the same are known to said
receiver on or before the 2nd day of May,
Dated April 25th, 1896.
WILLIAM LOUTS KELLY.
SUMMARY OF CONDITION OP ESTATE
APRIL 25th, 1896.
Total receipts in the matter above en
titled _ $400.0*
Amount already paid out... $8.53
Amount claimed and to be paid
out probably .'...'.-.... 120.00
Probable amount for distribution $271.47
LAC. IL RUSSELL,
'..„ _ Receiver.
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STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF
Ramsey—District Court, Second Judicial
Mary J. Eggleston, pUBtMT, vs. Milton T.
Emery, Annie L. Henflrlckson, Eugene A.
Hendrickson and Edward H. Ozmun, de
Notice ls hereby given, that under and by
virtue of a decree and judgment entered in
the above entitled actioh^fen the 25th day
of April, 1896, a certified transcript of which
has been delivered to me, I, the undersigned,
sheriff of said Ramsey county, wlli sell at
publio auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, on Thursday, the 11th day of June,
1896, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the
front door of the district court house, Wa
basha street entrance, in the City of St
.Paul, in said county, in one parcel, the prem
ises and real estate described in the com
plaint in said action, to wit: Lot Nineteen
(19) and the west ten and five-eighths feet,
front and rear, 01 Lot Twenty (20) in Block
Nineteen (19) in Mackubln and Marshall's
Addition to St Paul, according to the plat
thereof on file and of record in the office
of the Register of Deeds in and for said
Dated April 25th, 1896.
CHARLES E. CHAPED,
Sheriff of Said Ramsey. County,
Frank W. Booth. .%
Attorney tot Plaintiff, Mm .eapolla, Mlnfl.
Kavßnagh & Co., Auctioneer*.
IMPORTANT BALE OF REAL ESTATE BY
Public Auction—l wtll sell on the premises
on Friday, May 15th, 1896, at 2 o'clock p. i
m., at public auction, lot by lot, to the
highest bidder for cash, the following lota
In N .son. Stevens _ King's addition to
West SL Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota,
to-wit: Lots 1 to M. both inclusive, in I
block 10, and lota 4. 5. 6. 8, 10 and 11, In
block 11, all in said addition. The above
lots are situated on King and Baker sts..
and between Charlton and Bellows sts.
These lots are all located on high around
adjoining a splendid neighborhood, and are
very desirable tor residence purposes, they
being but ten mlnutea' distant from tbe
Court house, via the Mississippi and West
St. Paul street car line. The terms of sale
are strictly all cash, and purchasers must
pay 10 per cent of the purchase price on
the premises tbe day of sale. P. J. Kav
anagb. Auctioneer. 187-189 East 3lxth st.
LOST AND FOUND.
HORSE LOST—IIO reward for light-bay horse,
short mane, tall long, weight 1,150. 12 years
old. star in forehead. James W. Finn, 479
HORSE LOST—Light *>ay mare, Saturday
afternoon, from 520 Rice st. F. J. L__
brecht & Co.
MARE LOST—Sunday morning, a dark bay
mare, long tail, white stripe on her fore
head, about four year 3 old. weight about
900 pounds; has a white halter on; reward
will be paid to finder. Call at Van Buren
and Dale st_, in blacksmith shop.
FOR EXCHANGE—CIear $25,000. Hotel and
business block. In city, near Chicago, for •
clear St. Paul and Minneapolis. Address
F 77, Globe.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 _aat
Seventh. R. N. Cardoza. Procrietor.
Articles of Incorporation, of the
Ha in in Realty Company.
WE. THE PERSONS WHOSE NAMES ARE
hereunto subscribed, do hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of becom
ing a corporation under the provisions of
Title 2, Chapter 34. of the General Statutes of
the State of Minnesota, and the laws amend
atory thereof, and for that purpose do hereby
adopt and sign these articles of incorporation,
The name cf this corporation shall be
Hamm Realty Company. The general nature
of Its business .shall be to own, hold, possess,
deal In and sell and convey land, real estate
and personal property of every description;
to plat, subdivide and lay out lands into
towns, additions and grounds for building,
and to improve lands; to sell, convey, lease
and let lands and personal property of every
nature; to loan money and funds, and take
security for such loans by mortgage or other- ]
wise; to sell real and personal property for
and act as agents for other parties, and to do
such other acts as may be necessary, desir
able or convenient for the prosecution of
such business. The principal place for trans
acting the business of this corporation
shall be the city of St. Paul, In the State of
The time of the commencement of this cor
poration shall be the first day of May. 1896,
and the period of Its continuance shall be the
term of thirty years from said date.
The amount of the capital stock of this |
corporation shall be Four hundred thousand
(400,000) dollars, to be paid in in such install
ments end at such times as the Board of Di
rectors shall determine.
The highest amount of Indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shall at any
time be subject shall not exceed four hun
dred thousand (400,000) dollars.
The names of the persons forming this as
sociation for incorporation are Theodor
Hamm, William Hamm and Otto Muller, all
residing in the City of St. Paul, State of
The government of this corporation and tho
management of its affairs shall be vested in
a board of three directors and in the officers
hereinafter named. Said directors shall be
elected at the annual meeting of this corpora- !
tion, which annual meeting shall be held on ;
the 3rd W"ednesday in October in each year, !
and they shall hold their offices until their j
successors are elected and qualified. The per
sons herein named as incorporators shall con
stitute the first board of directors, and shall I
continue such until their successors are elect
ed and qualified. The directors shall hold
their first meeting in eachl year immediately
after the annual meeting of the corporation, j
and shall at such first meeting p'.eet the fol
lowing officers, to-wit: A president, a vice
president, a secretary and a treasurer, and
such officers shall hold their offices until the
next annual meeting of the corporation and |
until their successors are elected and quali
fied. Any two of said offices, excepting those
Of president and vice president, may be held <
by the same person, and of sttch officers the
president and vice president shall be chosen !
from the board of directors, and the remain
ing officers may or may not be chosen from ;
the board of directors. Vacancies in the board ;
of directors, or in any of said offices, may be
filled by the board at any regular or specfal
meeting held in pursuance of the by-laws,
and special meetings of the stockholders may
be held In such manner and upon such notice
as may be provided by the by-laws. Until
their successors are elected and qualified
Theodor Hamm shall be President and Treas
urer, and William Hamm shall be Vice Presi
dent and Secretary.
The number and amount of the shares of
the capital stock of this corporation shall be
four thousand (4,000) shares of one hundred
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands and seals this First day of May,
THEODOR HAMM (Seal).
WILLIAM HAMM (Seal).
OTTO MULLER (Seal).
In presence of—
W. W. Dunn,
W. F. Saver.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
On this first day of May, 18.5. before me
personally appeared Theodor Hamm, William
Hamm and Otto Muller, to me known to be
the persons described in and who executed the
foregoing instrument and acknowledged that
they executed the same as their free act and
(Notarial Seal.) W. W. DUNN,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—-3. Office of the Register of
This ls to certify that the within Instrument
was filed for record In this office at St. Paul,
on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1896. at 9:30
o'clock a. m., and that the same was duly
recorded in Book H of Incorporations, pages
274-276. HENRY WEBER,
Register of Deeds.
By F. L. Breen, Deputy.
STATE OF MINNESOTA—DEPARTMENT
I hereby certify that the within instrument
was filed for record in this office on the 4th
day of May, A. D. 1896, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
and was duly recorded in Book P 2 of Incor
porations, on page .
V ALBERT BERG,
Secretary of State.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—District Court, Second Judicial
In the matter of the assignment of Willard
S. Dennis, Insolvent.
Upon reading the petition filed herein, it ls
ordered, that Hiler H. Horton, as assignee
of the above named Insolvent, receive seal
ed bids for the store fixtures belonging to
said estate, and now in the store formerly
occupied by said Willard S. Dennis, In the
Pioneer Press Building, corner of Fourth
and Robert streets. St- Paul. Minnesota, up to
May 14th, 1896; that Bald bids be accompanied
by a certified check in tlie sum of $25.00,
and be sent to said assignee, at his office,
No. 315 New York Life Building.
And it is further ordered, that said bids
be presented to this court, at a special term
thereof to be held at the Court House at
the City of St. Paul, on Saturday, the
16th day of May, 1596, at the opening of the
court on said day, or as soon thereafter as
counsel can be heard, for such order as said
court shall see fit to make in the premises.
That all parties Interested appear at said
time and place, if anything they have to say
concerning said matter.
Let notice hereof be given by publication
of this order for three times in the Dally
Globe, a newspaper printed and published
at the City. oLSt Paul, Minnesota, and by
mailing forthwith a copy hereof to each of
the creditors dt this estate.
St. Paul, Minnesota, May Ist. 1896.
Judge District Court.
ply Globe (3t) May 2-.11. 8-& S.
BUSINESS CHANCES. ■ BICYCLES.
REESE & COrf ROBERTS ARCHITECTURAL AND ORNA
-180 Eaat Fourth Street. mental Iron Company, manufacturers of
m-___--. _ irpsrr high-grade bicycles, enameled in all colors;
-ishlss .\ut...tT. city salesroom, corner Fourth and St. Po-
WE HANDLE all classes of business witk- ter •***•• St- Paul- Mi»n
--out publlcitv. ______________________________________________
- _ ' I
CONTRACT WORK-ENLARGING SEWER
FOR SALE-A well-located, twenty-room ho- ox °_ XLA # N .k __ "E _L'_'_. _ _, _.
tel at a bargain; owner leaving etty. H. °£f* °J *• fS*£ Pub"c Works
H. Schulte * Co.. 103 East Fourth st ___HCiL .,of S_\ __"• _2___. __?■_. ISM- _
Sealed b'ds will be received by the Board
SOME PEOPLE lock their money up in a of Public Works In and for the corporation
safety vault, where it brings them nothing, of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at th. ir
that is the old way. Others invest It In offlce In said city, until 2p. m. on the lSth
our new system of dealing In stocks and d»* °' May. A. D. 1896. for the enlargement
grain, and get SO per cent per month, that or the Oakland avenue sewer, from Grand
is the new way. Call and investigate or avenue to Floral street, the cost of the same
write for particulars, H. B. Cram _ Co.. \° *-« Pad out of the street and sewer main-
Bankers and Brokers. Room 9. National te»a_ce fund in said city, accord ng to plane
German-American Bank Bldg.. St. Paul. a, nd specifications on file In the office of said
—— A bond with at least two (2) sureties. In
a sum of at least twenty (201 per cent, or a
PERSONAL—. certified check on a bank of St. Paul in a
sum of at least ten (10) per cent of the
_ RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT- f rt?f "n°«nt bid must accompany each bid.
Madame Teitswortta; prices reduced 80 *****, checks shall be made payable to the
cento; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth »*■* of,2 ai? B°*rd.
street. The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
MRS. ALICE AUSTIN, clalrvoyant.card read- Official: R. L. GORMAN,
er; ladles, 25 and 50 cents. No. 484 Cedar JOHN C. MUELLER, President
St., near Ninth. Clerk Board of Public Works.
i May 5 to May 15.
MRS. DR. MOSS, St Paul's most popular
clairvoyant, should be consulted at once —— — ———
by all who wish to better their condition . OV-tract ■nut na _____ ____-. av_
of life. 613 Wabasha st. opposite the cap- L street WORK ~ PAVING OAKLAND
ltol- Offlce of the Board of Public Works,
Suburban. City of SU Paul Minn.. May 4. 1894.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
. _tt__<-i__ __..<_ !________ ... _____ ■________> °f Public Works in and for the corporation
TOLPEES. WIGS switches.andt hair Jewelrr of the cv of st . Paul MlnnesoUi l at
made to order: euthaH* bought. Miss office ln d , „ ,
Schellenbergers. 99 V. eat feeventh. day of May A> D im parlng w , th M _
—. _____ phalt Oakland street, from Ramsey stTeet to
Summit avenue, in said city, according to
BOARD OFFERED. plans and specifications on file in the office
of aa|d Board.
■n________r_^r__l-tf m°dern Im' •»» * £'___ t1w.fty tT2% (2 p) er S. r/nror,_
provementa. 252 _ eat Fifth. certifted check on a ba^k of g p aut ' , n %
BOARD—One large room, suitable for two, sum of at least ten (10) per cent of tho
with board. Inquire at 97 Smith ay. gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
— ■—— Said checks shall be made payable to the
BOARD—Strangers ln the city will And pleas- Clerk of said Hoard.
ant rooms, with board, location central, at The said Board reserves the right to reject
The Miner, 162 College ar., earner Sixth st any and all bids.
_, —— T ——. . Official: R. L. GORMAN,
BOARD-Parties desiring a home-like board- JOHN c MUELLER. President
ing place will find pleasant rooms excellent Cltrk Board of Pub j| C works,
board, convenient location for business peo- 5 to May II
pie, special rates for tho summer, at "The _-_■__■_____——.—g
Miner." 162 College, corner Sixth.
= CONTRACT WORK —GRADING RIVOLI
DYE WORKS. Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 8, 18M,
KAHLERT & MlNTEL—Minnesota Steam Sealed bids will be received by the Board
Dye Works. 244 Eaat Seventh. of Public Works ln and for the corporation
____________________________________________„, °f the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, it their
"~^—"~"*** "^ offlce ln said city, until 12 m. on the -Ist day
, , _ „..„„ „# *k«_ of May, A. I . ISM, for the grading of Rlvnll
Articles o* Incorporation of tlie _ treet> from Min _ ehaha stre B et t0 * M ,. unt Id .
Theo. Hamm lire wine Company. street, in said city, according to plans and
WE. THE PERSONS WHOSE NAMES ARE Ef* 110"3 0n flle in the offlce of ",;l
hereunto subscribed do hereby asso- . b * nd h , , sureties, ln a
elate ourselves together forthe pur- BUm f , Q *
pose of becoming a corporation un- oertlfled check on . b J_ k of v st . Pa £\ a
der the P"»vulon« of .T tie 2, Chap- gum f , h
_f. _.«_!______ __!__!_ __£_S_____S vn'°unt bid must accompany each bid. Sal,?
State of Minnesota, and the laws amendatoo ( . h ... k i lfln h „ marl „ ra v_i,ip »o th_ n. rk of
thereof, and for that purpose do hereby V'_. payable to the Clerk ot
adopt and sign these articles of incorpora- B% a he ß^" Board reaervefl the r ,_ ht to ___
tion, to-.it. Ject any and all bldß
aw-T-TT. T Official: R. L. GORMAN,
_■__*-__■ 1. JOHN C. MUELLER, President,
The name of this corporation shall be Theo. J£&£°g* ot PubHc V/orks*
Hamm Brewing Company. The general nat- way " l 0 'w-
uni of its business shall be to manufacture _
and sell beer, malt and similar commodities.
to purchase, hold, possess and sell and con- Only Minding It.
vey real estate and personal property, to _._._
loan money and funds and take security for Portland Express.
such loans by mortgage or otherwise, and to It would be hard to surpass the gentle hu
any and all things necessary, convenient or , mor of the following primary _j-ho«_ma'am'a
desirable to be done by said corporation to aid story: "Maggie came Into school after recess
ln carrying on of such business. The prln- i recently, chewing vigorously," she be«an.
clpil place tor transacting the business of this "I thought that perhups she was finishing an
corporation shall be the City of St. Paul in apple or a piec_ of candy, so I did not say
the State of Minnesota. anything to her. I happened to look ln Man
gle's direction about half an hour afterward
ARTICLE 11. and noticed that the masticating process waa
going on as hard as ever. Of course I tm-
The time of th* commencement of this cor- mediately Jumped to the conclusion that sha
pora^lon shall be the First day of May, 1896, was chewing that children's rti-Ut-m and
and the period of Its continuance shall be the teacher's horror—gum. I called Maggie up
term of thirty years from Baid date. to my desk and accused her of chowlng Kum.
ARTICLE 111 S^10 e"en'_l it at once. She stopped chewing,
but had no time to remove the- gum, for I
The amount of the capital stock of this cor- wa t< hed her closely as she came to my desk
poratlon shall be twelve hundred and fifty trom her seati j talked rather sharply to
thousand (1.250.000) dollars, to be paid ln in | her an( - s h e finally broke down and roran. nc
such installments and at such times as the c( j to cry: >i waa only minding It for Katie
Board of Directors shall determine. Jones,' 3he sobbed.''
ARTICLE IV. _ _^
The highest amount of Indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shall at any
time be subject ihall not exceed seventeen fv W'w fr* vr* ar W W^W
hundred and fifty thousand (1,750,000) dol- 5 '.* 3 B J; . ; 1? I I
The names of the persc.s forming this as- VWJ __.\# -M. JL_f __L_f __L_f __L_f __ m
sociatlon for incorp—*ction are Theodor
Hamm, William Hamm and Otto Muller, all , aft _ ... „. . - _ . ...
residing ln the City ot St. Paul, State of (80 E. 7th Street. St. Pail!, Mini.
Tbe government of this corporation and the Speedily cures all private, nervous.
rb._.ro_Vr-e ___£5 2_?**«_•__!_; ?•-:?---<- ™* bi«° h d % n . h sk,n d,se. Bes of
hereinafter named. Said directors shall be both sexes, without the use of mer
elected at the annual meeting of this cor- cury or hindrance from business. NO
poratlon, which annual meeting shall be held CURE. NO PAT. Private diseases,
on the third Wednesday ln October ln each an( j a u old, lingering cases where the
year, and they shall hold their offices until . blood has become poisoned, causing
their successors are elected and qualified. I ulcer 9 blotches, sore throat and mouth.
The persons herein named as incorporators , _____»__ thft hpnd n _ d bones nn_ nil
shall constitute the flrst board of directors. ! Pf-U"» » Hr____*JK._____.__. Ki__ (l Ji
and shall continue such until their successors dtseasea of the kidneys and bladder
are elected and qualified. The directors shall are cured for life. Men of all ages wh.
hold their first meeting ln each ye^.r lmme- are suffering from the results of youtU
dlately after the annual meeting of the cor- I f u i indiscretions or excesses of mature
poratlon, and shall at such flrst jieetlng elect | y earß> producing nervousness, Indig _.
the following officers, to-wit: A president, j „ constipation, loss of memory, etc..
a vice President a secretary tndla mum are thoroughly and permanently cured,
and such officers ehall hold their offices until "•»'» v"" • '»,_ k_Tl __i _.__., _.._
the next annual meeting of the corporation | Dr. Feller, who has had many years
and until their successors are elected and | of experience In this specialty, Is a
qualified. Any two of said offices, excepting graduate from one of the leading medl
those of president and vice president, may ' cal colleges of the country. He haa
be held by the same person; and of such I nev er failed in curing any cases that
officers, the president and vice president jb c has undertaken. Cases and cor
shall be chosen from the board of directors ; re|)DOn( j enc e sacredly confidential. Call
d3a beDdc_.-e_Tro_- 1-_e°b ffl o Ca er r d 3 .TLSJS? Kor for list of qll «jt,o„_. Medicine
canciea in the board of directors or ln any of sent by mall ..nd express everywhere
said offices may be filled by the board at free from risk and exposure.
any regular or special meeting held in pur- _ — -;
suance of the by-laws, and special meetings
of the stockholders may be held in such «_-_■__■__-_■___■____________-_____■■___■■
manner and upon such notice as may be I
provided by the by-laws. Until their sue- B. ■ « 1 I
cessors are elected and qualified Theodor I I L^ — k m I g~± |~
Hamm shall be President and Treasurer, aad 111 t_l \__l Iff &_.___•
William Hamm shall be Vice President and « ■ ■ -_-^*-n ._- »«y -_«
Secretary. *— ~—" ~
ARTICLE VII. — — T— — — Z —j
The number and amount of the shares of Free W_Hlt PflffC _>._l__K
the capital stock of this corporation shall be * ir«_..___■ i'„,m„i„„ h
twelve thousand five hundred (_.,500) shares 1 rortne inempioyea
of one hundred dollars each. o» st. p_c_ _ki_ _m**»XAPoti_
In witness whereof we have hereunto set Free Situation or Help \\ nuted Ad
our hands and seals this First day of May. vertlsemeiits mutt be- writteii on tbis
iggg blank and sent lo THE GLOBE Ad-
THEODOR HAMM (Seal.) Tarlislng Department, St. Panl.
WILLIAM HAMM (SeaL) ' "
OTTO MULLER (Seal.) j J~
In presence of —
W. W. Dunn,
W. F. Saver.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF |
__t_________l V~~-* S3-
On this first day of May, 1896. before me
personally appeared Theodor Hamm, William
Hamm and Otto Muller, to me known to be
the persons described ln and who executed
the foregoing Instrument, and acknowledged
that they executed the same as their free act
and deed. -
(Notarial Seal.) W. W. DUNN,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey— S3. Offlce of the Register of
This is to certify that the within instru- J
ment was filed for record ln this office at JJ
St. Paul, on the 4th day of May, A. D. 18_*,
at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. and that the same was
duly recorded ln Book G of Incorporations, 5
page 334. HENRY WEBER. I B
Register of Deeds. y /
By F. L. Breen, Deputy. '
STATE OF MINNESOTA, DEPARTMENT
I hereby certify that the within instru- .
ment was filed for record in this office on
the 4th day of May. A. D. 1896. at 2 o'clock J
p. m., and was duly recorded ln Book P 2 of 1
Incorporations, on page .
Secretary of State. - *
May _-8L *
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF f\
Rtcc—District Court, Fifth Judicial Dis
In the matter of the assignment of the Pio
neer Thresher Company.
Notice is hereby given that the Pioneer
Thresher Company, of the City of Faribault,
in the State of Minnesota, a corporation
created, organized and existing under and '
by virtue of the laws of said State, has by
deed In writing, dated May 6. 18S«, made a
general assignment to the undersigned of
all Its property not exempt by law from levy
and saJ^ofi es^cVU<. ; ior the benefit of all *
its cmHtors, without preferences. All claims |
must be verified and presented to the under
signed for allowance.
Dated May «, 1896.
v . E. H. LOYHED, Assignee.
. . Faribault. Minn. - ...
_Jally Globe'(1& May IL |_____^_____________________n*«MM—____