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The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants^
JOINT TRAFFIC AID
BAS'rtiUV ASSOCIATION LINES
BEADY TO HELP OUT THE
WESTEK.N ROADS.
ARBITRATION IS SUGGESTED.
BEST 11KA.\S OF WIXDING UP THE
-OLl* TROUBLE WITH THE
SOO.
THE WHi;i:i.Mi:\ WANT A HEARING
Are Anxious to Arg-ue tbe Question
of l-'iff Transportation for
Their Machines.
CTITCAGO, June 30.— The board of
mai.agers of the Joint Traffic associa
tion has finally shown some? signs of
taking action regarding the cut rates
put in on East bound business by the
Soo line. The Western roads have time
a.n.d time again requested their East
ern connections to help them out in
meeting the rates made by the Soo,
but they have never until now secured
any response from the joint traffic
liiuv.
A communication has been received
by the Western roads from Cornmis-
Slfjne!- ■Rianohard, of the Joint Traffic
association, in which he says that the
board of managers of his association
has under consideration the request
of the Western roads, and he suggests
that arbitrotion ygtii the Soo will be
ti>e best means of stopping the trou
ble. He saye that the roads of the
Joint Traffic association are desirous
of increasing revenue and they are
anxious to avoid any fight between
the lines that may cause all parties
to it to lose large sums of money. He
suggests that a meeting be held to ar
range the arbitration and asks the
Western. roads to make a date on which
they can meet the representatives of
the Joint traffic lines and those of the
Soo and the Canadian Pacific.
Chairman Caldwell, of the Western
Passenger association, has replied that
It will be out of the question for all
the Western lines to be represented in
New York before July 14 and asks if
that date will be satisfactory to the
lines of the Joint Traffic association.
- The roads of the Western Passenger
association met to-day to consider the
question of running a series of home
seekers' excursions at dates during
the summer and early fall, subsequent
to July 21. A number of dates were
selected and all the roads will run the
excursions according to the agree
ment.
Second Vice-President Morrison, of
the League of American Wheelmen,
has requested the Western roads to
appoint a date when the officials of the
league may confer with them regard-
Ing the attitude of the roads toward
the transportation of bicycles Mr.
Morrison has suggested July 7 as a
date on which the meeting can be had
and an answer will be returned to him
as soon as all of the roads can be heard
from.
VAN HORNE COMING.
•tVill Confer With Joint Traffic Hoard
of Control. >
NEW YORK, June 30.— A matfWj
©f the board of control of the Jfljnt l
Traffic association was held here to
day anJ was well attended. Conferen
ces were held with the presidents of
the Lake Erie & Western, and Cincin
nati, Hamilton & Dayton looking to
the membership of those companies
/and -it is believed that progress was
made in securing their further coopera
tion. During the meeting a telegram
from Sir William Van Home, president
of th» Canadian Pacific, was received
stating that he will be here to-morrow
morning to meet the committee of the
board of control, appointed to confer
•with him touching the membership of
that company.
BUSINESS DROPPING OFF.
Stagnation i s Reflected In the Earn.
injfs of Tito Roads.
Stagnation of business, of which
railroad men have been complaining
bo bitterly for the last two months, is
.clearly nfletted in the statements of
two of the western roads made public
yesterday. Both are for the month of
May just passed. One, that of the
Burlington, show* a decrease in net
earnings as compared with the corres
ponding period of 1895 of $235,600, while
the other, that of the Milwaukee
shows a decrease for the first time iii
many months, amounting in the pres
eDt instance to $161,658. While a de
crease in railroad business was ex
pected by tlie officials, owing to the un
certainties which precede a presiden
tial campaign, the poor showing is
somewhat of a surprise. Prom the
first of th<* year to the advent of May
business gave every promise of pick
ing up. Freight receipts continued to
increase and passenger business was
on the gain. With the coming of May
however, stagnation seemed to come
also.
The gross earnings of the Milwaukee
for the month of May were $2 257 920
but the Jnerea«e in operating expenses
Tor the month were so much in excess
of the sum for the same period last
year that the net earnings— s67l 131—
T*ere 5161,4558 less than the net earnings
for the same period of 1895. The Burl
ington's statement shows thatt here was
a deficiency of $180,090 in freight earn
•i?L while passenger earnings fell off
*lt>.9©3. in the same month the increase
in operating expenses was such that
the total deficiency for the month
reached the total mentioned above.
There has also been a marked de
crease in tonnage cast out of Chicago.
STODDARD ON THE BIG PARK.
Finite Prays, Infinite Hears, Im
mensity Looks On.
John L. Stoddard. the noted American lec
turer, has been captivated by the grandeur
and beauty of the Yellowstone. After travel
ing all about the globe in search of material
for his lectures, he finally concluded h«
■would Investigate the wonders or the much
vaunted national park. Two weeks ago with
his wife and a party, he went to the park
and yesterday unbosomed himself in the fol
lowing telegram sent to General Passenger
Agent Fee, of the Northern Pacific road:
"The sublime scenes of our natural won
oeriand surpass all my expectations. Th«
grand canon of the Yellowstone is, of course
the climax. As I beheld it today its long
kaleidoscope cf varied colors. Its castles and
cathedral spires sculptured by the deity, and
heard the voice of Its magnificent cascade, I
fert It was a place where the finite prays,
th« Infinite htars and immensity looks on."
USING MILEAGE BOOKS.
Easier to Use One Than to Pur
chase It.
Chairman Caldwell, who presides over the
operations of the new mileage bureau of the
Western lines, has just made a report to
members of the association. Mileage books,
he aays, are not being bandied by brokers i
*ad the purchase of one at a broker's ©fin* i
is nearly impossible. Conductors are, how
ever, a trifle negligent about scrutinizing
mileage books, and operatives have found it
easier to travel on a mileage book than to
purchase one. The chairman recommends
that all conductors reported be disciplined,
and that the punishment inflicted be made
known to all the members of the association.
Specials to the Convention.
So far as known the Wisconsin Central will
have two special trains to the Chicago con
vention. A thousand rooters for free silver
are coming form Montana and will be trans
ported to the convention city over the Wis
consin Central. Sunday morning a delega
tion from Hennepin- county will make an
early start and will be given a day ride over
the Wisconsin Central. About one hundred
persons will be in this crowd of Minne
apolitans.
Fourth of July Rates.
The Milwaukee road has cut the round trip
rate to Minnetonka for the National holiday.
July 3, 4 and 5 the rate over that line to
the lake and return will be reduced. The
Milwaukee people believe the crowd will be
so large on the days mentioned, especially
on the Fourth, that a profitable business can
be done at a cheaper rate.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Train* £*aye and Arrive St. Paul
as Follows:
Union Depot, Slbley St.
/&«&. TICKEfIFFICE
EAST THIRD ST.
Dining Oars on Wfnulpeg and —-ST. PAUL.
Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. I Arrive,
Pacific Mail (daily> for Fargo
Bozeman, Bntte, Helena, Mis
toula, Spoknne, Tacoma.
Seattle and Portland...- 2:45 pm 5:53 pm
Dakota Express (daily) for
M oorh cad, Far?o, J» m esto w v,
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Crookstoii, Grand Forks, Graf
ton ami Winnipeg 8:00 pm 7slO a m
Fargo Local (daily except Sun- I
d«y) for St. Cloud, lirainerd
andFargo 9:00 am|s:3o p m.
Pullman First Class and Tourist Sleepers.
Jf^ffflMF OFFICES:
vl)&&&ffi3v CORNER SIXTH,
%&& (THONE 480) AND
Leart. | tEx. Snn. 'Daily. | Arrive.
•8:10 am •-» ii | •-» a g~lj~* ♦7:50 am
ESS CHICAGO •«;£;
13t:l(am .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. t6:sopm
•n:Upm ....Duluth and Superior. .. *6:soam
•10 .(Jam Su City, Omaha & Kan. City •6:55 pm
tld :Cf am Elmore, Su Falls. Pipestone t6:s.'pm
t4:BCpm Mankato. New Ulm, Tracy. +9:35 am
+H:(fam Watertown, Huron, Pierre. t6:sspm
•8 :lf pm Sioux City, Omaha, Ka». vy. *7 :25 am
»8 :lfi pm "California In Three Days" »7:T>am
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Ticket Office, l'J-J E. Third St. 'Phone 'Hi.
Leave. *Dailt. tExcKPT Sunday. Arrivb
IF:C. r am Breck. Division & Branches t5 :85 pm
ifctfOamlP'RUßFailgDiT. & Branches +6:06 pm
tf :!lpm Willmßr via St Cloud tio:4oam
•5 :<lpm Breck., Fargo,Gd.F'«,W'peg *7:50 am
•g .■«' pm Montana and Pacific Coast.. *6 :20 pm
•8:15 pm St.Cloud, Cr'kst'n, Gd.F'ks. *7:15 am
t4:rrpm Excelsior & Hutchinson tl0:00ara
Hotel Lafayette. Minnetonka Beach, now open.
EASTERN MINHESOTA-a. N. ftY.
■HfflgSf P"'"tb,Wes t Su P erlor|
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO.
North VUest. North Land.
Exclusively Passenger.
Leave Duluth 1 :45 p. m. Tuesdays ana Saturdays
Lrnve Buffalo fl::^ p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays-
CMcagD, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad.
JJ3B ... tbe M Lv— "ST.PADL— Ar.
■rhjeago •!>•*" Express.. iMfam +10 :10pm
Chicago 'Fast Mall" •CKSpm «2:oopm
thicajifo 'Vestibule' 1 Llm. t6:loi>m »7 :soam
Chicago via Dubuque t4:stpni tll.-OOam
Dutuque via Lacrosse... «f.-ofam tlO :10 pm
PeoriayU Mason City... •J.-SOpm •11:00 am
Pt.Loui. and Kansai City. n:3fam «6:35 Dm
MllbankandVVay It:Uam •li:sop m
Aberdeen and Dakota Ex
prew «7:nspm *?:iram
tP aJ i y -., tE /- Snn - * Ex - 8 » l - Ex - Mon
For full Information, call at Ticket Office.
Chicago Great Western
MAPLE LEAF ROUTE. Ticket Offlces: Cor.
Robert and sth Sts. and Union Depot. Twins
leave Union Depot, Bt. Paul, at 8:10 P M. Daily
and 7:30 A. M., Except Sunday, for Dubuque
CHICAGO. Waterloo, Cedar Falls. Marshall'
town. Dcs Moines, St. Joseph, Leavenworth and
Dodge Center Local leaves Dt a::-s P. M. Daily."
Trains from Kansas City arrive at 7 :45 A. M.
and 1:55 P. M. Daily, and 7:28 P. M , Except
Sunday, and from Chicago at 7:+5 A.M. and
T :f>r- P. M. Daily, n-id 7;'.ti P. to.. Except Sunday.
W JSCON SIN CENTRAL
City Office, 073 Rohert Street. 'Phone No. 00*.
All Train, Daily. B^Z. sfpa.U.
Kan Claire. Chippewai
Falls. Athland. Hur- -.«,„„ .„
ley, Oshkosh.Milwau- I <.3Ta.m. E:lSa.m.
kee, Waukesha. Chi- [ 7 .""^_ „. 8 ? d
cago and the East and '-«tp.m. »5.35 p.m.
South J
♦Arrive 7:30 n. m, on Sundays.
>t^ Trains leave St. Paul Union Da
pot «g follows: Dailr. 1:45 p m
995T5l ' orNew Yor^ Boston, Montreal
118 tmJm *' Eastern points. Dining car
3| aTn I mS " net lorciugh Boston Sleeper at
niJltLS «ached. Dally, 9:« ia. m.. for Se
»<p|^J3(p «t!)e. Tacoma, Portland and Pa
jfcaP^*^ t-ICeCcait points. Through gleep
er lo KeatUe attached; Paily
orept Sumday, fi:O0 p. m. for Glen wood from
JUnneapoUß. From Broadwny *ution. except
fconday. WinconsJn Dlt. Local, f.asa m • It
Crolx Falls Accommodation, t :(: p. m
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
Leave \rrive
PLP«uL 'Daily. tEx. Sunday. Si. P«uL
•« uk. ii m. DtiLiJTir" ~^ul~^.
•li 3» B ES-|W, SUPERIOR^j^g;
From Union Depot. CITY TICKET OFFICE
Son Rohert Street.
i^^t^e^^^h^^g^acu.T: I- eftvo Un io n D 6 pot for
WSBPi^EBBi^^- ' ArrlTei from fi&cat
M. & ST. L. DEPOT,
Broadway and Fourth.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS.R. R
"ALBEKT LBA KOPTE."
Leave | *Daily. tEx. Sunday. | Arrive
J Alb't Lea, Dcs Moines, I
•ff-.ira.rn. i fed, Rp'ds, Kan. City) t7:4op.m
IS :t6a.m. Watert'n A Red. Fnlls Ex. +4 -.55 p.m
•7:00 p.m. Dei Moines & Omaha Llm *S:sr> a.m
•<:Up.m. Chicago 4 St. Louis Lia •B:.'isa.m
14:<fp.m. Albert Lea A Mankato Loc t10:35 a.m
LEVEE
Foot of Sib ey Street.
St' Paul
win leare for st Louis and intermediate laad
ings TucbU»t, July '.»*», mt 1O A. JI.
For full information regarding passenger and
f rcich t rates address C. . BROCK WAY. General
Agent? Office, foot of Sibley street, opposite
i Union Depot. St Paul Telephone call. !U»
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, JULY l f 1896.
WINTS MAY BE LEFT
At the follovrinic location* for lnter>
ffoa In the Daily and Sunday Globe,
•t the same rate* a* are chirged tor
<h« main ofltc*.
HAMLINB.
Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store
750 SNELLINQ AVENUE. __
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Sever Westby Drug Stor«
679 EAST THIRD STREET. ■•
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drug Stors
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay... D»ug Stort
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
4i2__BROADWAT.
MERRUH PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. [
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Emil Bull Druggist
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost ft Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight Bros , Drug Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A- A. Campbell Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
Braekett's Pharmacy
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
WEST~SiDB.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENTTB.
George Marti Drug Store
8 WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. Hall Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISADEL.
UPPER TOWN.
8. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte Drug Store
» EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Druß Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drug Store
CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
ARLINGTON HILLS.
C. R. Mareltus Drug Store
CORNER REDFORD AND DECATUR".
A. ft G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
»64 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. ft G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Muller Drug Store
cor. James and west seventh.
unioiFparkl
C. A. Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVBNUES.
FINANCIAL
ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY. any
amount, on diamonds, watches, jewelry,
furs, bioycles, typewriter, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's, 4H Robert st.
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 Mortgage Loan Co.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor, Globe Building.
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.
BOARD OFFERED.
BOARD— Strangers In the city will find pleas
ant rooms, with board, at "The Miner,"
162 College ay.
BOARD OFFERED— NiceIy furnished room,
modern conveniences, with or without
board. 26 Summit aye., near St. Peter st.
BOARD— For rent, pleasant furnished room
with board, suitable for two, at Lake Shore
White Bear Lake; private family. Ad
dresa H SI, Globe.
BOARD WANTED.
BOARD AND ROOM wanted at White Bear
by young man; private family preferred
references exchanged. J 76. Globe.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE— Horse Shoe lunch counter fine
make, forty high-backed revolving stools,
one eight-gallon coffee urn. 262-254 Ist aye.
8. Minneapolis.
BICYCLE— For sale, a lady's 1896 model
Credenda bicycle; has been used very little;
will be sold at a bargain on account of
sickness. B 96, Globe.
HAY— Fine lot of hay for sale, six miles
from town. Apply Dr. Williams, 145 West
rlitn st.
"WANTED TO RENT.
ROOMS WANTED-By two~ladles, two un
furnished rooms for light housekeeping
_Se^7f^r^^ onabie:
HOUSE-Wanted to rent, by a family of
three with no children, a small house of
about six rooms in nice location; must be
&%Trt«? WoiS? ""*• Addreß8 '
HOTELS.
H ™™ ABBEY-iplTast Eighth; furnished
{?«£?' i Cla r! S acc ommodations for
open all night. F. P. Abbey.
DYE WORKS.
CITY NOTICE.
Office of the City Treasurer,
in SU Paul> Mln n., June 30. 1896
imnrnv?n» Onß ' ntere3te< l »n the assessment for
improving and ornamenting Grand avenue
thTcftv ni'Sr^J** street , n
i r^rTi- y »K St " Paul> Mlnn - *>y reducing and
regradJng the roadway thereof to a width of
tarTo^ Wh*^ aDd by ce * ten <""« tb7 boule
thflXr^in «. 6S f .? m the Bldewal * lines to
u£ »h*t ne .i. of / oadwa y. will take no
tice that on the 23rd day of June, 1896. I did
receive different warrants from the City
collection of the above-named assessments
The nature of these warrants Is that If
you fail to pay the assessment within
THIRTY DAYS,
after the first publication of this notice I
shall report you and your real estate so as
sessed as delinquent, and apply to the Dis
trict Court of the County of Ramsey Min
nesota, for Judgment against your lands, lots
blocks, or parcels thereof so assessed in
cluding interest, costs and expenses and for
an order of the Court to sell the same for
the payment thereof.
C. L. HORST.
July L C ' ty Treasurer -
DR. FELLER
j
— ■ .
180 E. 7th Street, St. Paul, Mian.
Speedily cures all private, nervous, chronic
and biood and skin diseases of both sexes
without the use of Jtoercury or hindrance
from ouslnesa. NO CURE. NO PAY Pri
vate diseases, and all old. lingering cases
where the blood has become poisoned, caus
ing ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth
pains la the head and bones, and all diseases
of the kidneys and bladder are cured for
life. Men of all ages who are suffering from
the results of youthful Indiscretions or ex
cesses -sf mature years, producing nervous
ness, indigestion, constipation, loss of mem
ory, etc., are thoroughly and permanently
cured.
Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex
perience In this specialty. Is a graduate from
one of the leading medical colleges of the
country. He has never failed in curing any
cases that he hsa undertaken. Cases and
correspondence sacredly confidential. Call or
write for list of questions. Medicine sent by
aaall and express everywhere free from risk
and exposure.
SITUATIONS OKFKRED-HAIES.
BARKEEPER— Wanted, a barkeeper ; a smart
young man; must be steady and have good
references. N. 8., Globe office.
MANAGER— Wanted, a man to take charge
of .general store i In the country; .must
furnish reference from former employer.
Address R. E., care ot St. Paul Globe.
BARBER— For Friday and Saturday. 503
University aye., cor. Maekubln.
SOLICITORS to cahvasa ! Mores In the city
and country, quick geller, high commis
sion, samples free. Apply between 1 and
4p. m. 28 Court Block, St. Paul.
WANTED— A reliable, temperate, handy man
wanted for a country tiotel; German who
can handle horses preferred. Apply Astoria
Hotel, Wabaaha Bt.
WANTED- Man with some experience for
porter work in restaurant. Apply -152 W.
University.
AGENTS WANTED everywhere In the United
States for our unequaled made to meas
ure clothing. Prices rock bottom. Goods
sell at sight. Very liberal profits. Extra
large and costly line of samples furnished
on application. For particulars write to
STRAUSS BROS.. America's Leading Tai
lors, 185 Van Buren st, Chicago. Mention
paper.
PAPER HANGER— Wanted, a good" paper
hanger for a few days' job; must be rea
sonable. -206 Summit ay.
RAILROAD LABORERS for Minnesota,
lowa, Wisconsin and North Dakota. Good
wages . and free fare. Moore & Co., 179
East Third street.
THE BANKERS* LIFE ASSOCIATION, assets
1650,900, largest, strongest and best Minne
sota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of gooff men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul, Minn.
$75 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. Louts. Mo.
HORSES AMU CAKHIAGES.
FOR SALE— Shetland pony and cart; fine rig
for children; cost $125; will sell for $75.
Address G 88, Globe.
THIRD GRAND COMBINATION SALE at
Midway Horse Market, July 14 and 15. The
largest and best. Make your entries at once
as catalogue closes July 6. Over 200 head
of trotters, pacers, coach horses, drivers,
saddlers, etc., will be. on sale. For further
information call on or address William Cun
ningham & Co., Minnesota Transfer, St.
Paul Minn. " ■
PEKSO.NALS.
MRS. DR. MOSS, St. Paul's most popular
clairvoyant, should "be Consulted at once by
all who wish to better their condition of
life. 513 Wabasha ST., -opposite the capitol.
MRS. STREETER'S— Private home for ladies
during confinement, 2431 Sixth street north,
Minneapolis. -
BATHS AND MASSAGE-^MRS. DR. REAR^
don, of the Alhambia-Globe building, 452
St. Peter street. Electric, Vapor and Tub
Baths.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— '
Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced 50
cents; thirty years' experience.' 13 Eighth
street.
MME. CAROLLI tells your entire life; 25c,
60c and upward. 233 East Seventh st.
Room 1.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE— General store, including milli
nery; must sell immediately on account
of ill health. A. H. Gaumnitz, Melrose,
Minn.
WANTED— An able and experienced Catholic
German doctor. Good location with prac
tice assured. For particulars apply Vil
lage Recorder, Cold Spring, Steams county,
Minn.
$10 TO $300 MADE MONTHLY BY OUR
systematic plan of speculation; avoid risk;
old established house. E. S. Dean & Co.,
bankers and brokers, 35 Broadway, New
.York. " " - ■■ '
$250 INVESTED earns $85 weekly; prospectus
proofs free. F. Daiy, 1295 Broadway, N. Y.
LOST AND FOI'SD.
COLT LOST— Bay horse colt, with strip in
face and white hind feet; weight about 750
pounds; had halter on and rope around the
neck. The finder wi\l please notify E. M.
Knapp, 969 University ay., St Paul, Minn.
LOST— Red cow with white spots. Return to
221 East 13th st.
LOST— Saturday night, near Plymouth,, on
Robert or Seventh St., hand bag contain
ing purse, silk mitts.: handkerchiefs and
key. Please return to 600 Robert St. Mrs.
F; Kruegcr.
LOST— Silver bradelet between 7 and 9:30
o'clock last night, between 158 Carroll st.
and Dayton's bluff. Reward if returned to
158 Carrol) st.
TO EXCHANGE.
NEW GOODS for $ecsnd-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh. R. N. Cjtrdoza, Proprietor.
AMVOIIVtEJIE.VTS.
ANNOUNCEMENT— Mr. W. TAUSCHER,
DESIGNER AND INTERIOR DECORAT
ING IN FRESCO HOUSE, SIGN PAINT
ING, etc, has removed -his office from 132
Endicott Arcade to No. 246 West Third St.,
bet. Seven corners wftj ' Smith aye., where
i * Be"*>ftll be pleasexl t^neSf his patroflßp** I
UET YOUR HOOfING AND CORNICB
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Corrice,jTa.. 4U.-Sffßj r jr. „ .^
, •« . Im.-v M
Flats.
i.a: .. s .
FOR RENT— Modern ! slx v i J oom flat. Root A.
nrackett, Selby avenue *nd Victoria.
CONTRACT WO&k-f AVINQ WITH AS
PHALT, SUMMIT AVENUE.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St Paul, Minn., June 19th, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corporation ot
the City of St Paul, Minnesota,, at their
office in said city, until 2 p. m., on the 2nd
day of July, A. D., 1896, for paving with
asphalt Summit avenue from the north line
of Dayton avenue to the northeastern line
of Sixth street, produced northwesterly in
said city according to* plans and specifications
on file in the office of said board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, m
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a
certified checir on a bank of St Paul In a
sum of at leapt 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.
Said board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
R. L. GORMAN,
Official: President
JOHN C. MUELLER,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
■Tune 22-July 2.
CONTRACT WORK— PAVINO FIFTH
STREET.
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 24, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and -for the corporation
of the City of St. I*aul, at their
office in said city until J P. M. on the 6th
day of July, A. D.; ?1596,- for paving Fifth
street from Wabasha street to Broadway
street in said city according to plans and
specifications on file in , the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in
a turn of at least twenty .*(20) per cent., or a
certified 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 re
ject any and all bids.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
JOHN C. MUELLER, President
Clerk Board of . Public Works.
June 25 to July 6.
NOTICE
The County Commissioners of Dakota Cottn
ty, Minnesota, will receive sealed bids or pro
posals for the construction and completion of
a two-story brick dwelling house for the poor
farm of said county, up to the 14th day of
July, 1896. when the same will be opened.
All bids must be filed with the County Au
ditor, and made in accordance with the plans,
specifications and instructions now on file in
the Auditor's office, where all necessary infor
mation may be had by bidders.
The commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any and ail bids.
Dated June 19th. 1896.
GSO. J. HETHERINGTON,
Chairman of the Board.
M . Hoffman, County Auditor.
SITUATIONS OFFERED-FEMAI.ES.
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, an elderly lady,
one who is In need of a home, to assist in
housework for small wages. Address Mrs.
Seal Shaw. Fergus Falls, Minn.
GOOD GIRL for general housework. Apply
592 Canada at.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. Call at 694 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, neat girl in small
_jamlly._ Apply 269 Farrington ay.
r.ISH WASHER wanted. Cafe Neumann,
379 Wabasha sdt. German.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework, no cooking; also young girl,
12 or 14, to help care for baby. Apply 152
West University ay.
COOK AND LAUNDRESS— Good wages, per
manent place. Apply immediately at 261
Summit ay.
GIRL WANTED— A good girl for general
housework in small family. 25 South St.
Albans.
GIRL WANTED— A neat, competent girl for
general housework in a family of three, at
once. 1050 Hague ay.
COMPETENT GIRL for general housework
in a family of three; no children; good
wages; steady employment. 29 Arundel st.,
cor. Portland ay.
DINING ROOM GIRL^-Wanted, experienced
dining room girl; none other need apply.
Restaurant, 18 Fourth st. south, Minneap
olis.
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, a dining
room girl. Call 464 Jackson st.
GIRL for general housework; three in tha
family; no children. Apply at 881 Falrmount
aye.
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted for general
housework at once. 186 Smith ay.. near
Third st.
GIRL for general housework; at once; no
washing; good wages. Apply 520 Summit
aye.
COMPETENT GIRL for general housework.
25 gouth St. Albans st.
GIRL for general housework. 246 Smith aye.
GIRL WANTED at 409 Ashland aye.
GOOD GIRL for general housework at 622
_Iglehart St., cor. Dale.
GOOD GIRL for general housework. Apply
771 Iglehart st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, neat German girl for
general housework. 656 De Soto st.
DRESSMAKER— I would like to correspond
with a first-class dressmaker who would
be willing to locate in a good country town,
either to work on salary or take an interest
in the business. Address Mrs. H. E. Raw
son, Fergus Falls, Minn.
GIRL for general housework; good and re
liable. Inquire at 95 Wilkin st.
GOOD GIRL for general housework. 539 Igle
hart st.
HOUSEWORK^WaiTteTTa goodTgirl for gen
eral housework. Call at 25 South St. Al
bans st.
WANTED— A girl to sell Mrs. Blasdei's
cakes at thn Victor Huot's confectionery
store, 416 Wabasha St. Call between 3 and
4 p. m. Monday at store.
SOLICITORS— Wanted, experienced lady so
licitors to take orders. 914 New York Life
_ Building.
GIRL for general housework in email fam
ily at White Bear Lake during summer, and
in city during fall and winter. State salary
expected. XO, Globe.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey. District Court, Second Judicial
District.
Philip Angell, plaintiff, vs. The Supreme Sit
ting of the Order of the Iron Hall, James
F. Failey as receiver of said Supreme Sit
ting of the Order of the Iron Hall, Henry
Clarke, Emil J. Muller, Fred Naylor, Ro
man F. Moznets and Joseph Eichler, de
fendants.
On reading the affidavit of plaintiff's attor
ney herein and upon all the files and records
herein, it is ordered that the members of
Local Branch No. 1100 of the Order of the
Iron Hall, and all persons, firms and corpora
tions having or claiming any right, title or
interest in or to the funds, property, money
or effects of said Supreme Sitting of the
Order of the Iron Hall which have been re
served, amassed or accumulated from con
tributions or payments made by mem
bers of said Local Branch No. 1100, Order of
the Iron Hall, exhibit their claims and Be
come parties to this action within six (6)
months from the first publication of this or
der, and that in default thereof they be for
ever precluded from all Benefit of the judg
ment which shall be rendered in this action
and from any distribution which shall be
made under such judgment.
Ordered further, that this order be served
by publishing the same in the St. Paul
rJI \lu v. S? e> d J? ily newspaper printed
and published in said Ramsey county, once in
each week for six consecutive weeks com
mencing June 24, 1896, and by mailing to each
of the members of said Local Branch No 1100
whose name and address is known to plaint
iff s attorney, and to each of said defendants
a true and correct copy hereof, with all con-
Dated June 22, 1896.
JOHN W. WILLIS.
OH. O'Neill, Plaintiff's Atto^e^Vt.^Paul
Minn. '
Dly (6) June 24-July 1-8-15-22-29.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey, ss. Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Nora Mullane
deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Fred
erick N. Flnney, representing that Nora Mul
lane has lately died intestate, a resident and
inhabitant of the County of Ramsey and
Mate of Minnesota, leaving goods, chattels
and estate within this county, and praying
that administration of her estate be to Chas
C. Sharp granted:
It is ordered, that said petition be heard
at a general term of this court, to be held
at the Court House, in the City of St. Paul
in said county, on Monday, the 3d day of
August, 1896, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
and that notice of such hearing be given
to all persons interested, by publishing this
order at least once in each week for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hear
ing, in the St. Paul Daily Globe, a dally
newspaper printed and published in said
county. _
Dated m St. Paul this 30th day of June,
1896,
By the Court:
G. WILLRICH,
(L. S.) Judge of Probate.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENSES.
City Clerk's Office,
St. Paul. Minn., July, 1, 1896.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the following
named persons have applied for a license to
sell intoxicating liquors for the year A. D.
1896, at the places or locations hereinafter
named :
Aberle-Westhelmer Company, 174 We«t Sev
enth street.
Berwanger, John, 491 Wabasha street.
Johnson, James. 535 Collins street.
Jones. D. J., 197 West Fourth street.
Kllnkhammer, N., 962 Dale street.
Kroening, August 736 Edmund street.
Olson, Gus, 932 Arcade street
Schorn, Henry, 685% East Third street.
Schulz, J. C, 289 Robert street.
Lodini, J. C, 174 East Seventh street.
Ludith, Geo., northwest corner of Fair
field and State streets.
Thill, John, Room F, Germania Bank
Building.
Vitt. Henry F. E., 410 Jackson street.
Welnholzer, A., 445 Wabasha street.
West, Oscar M., 175 Seventh street.
Wolf, J. A., 389 Robert street.
Now, therefore, notice is further given,
that the said applications will be heard and
considered by the undersigned at said offlcs
in the City Hall, on the 17th day of July, A.
D. 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m.. where all per
sons interested may appear and will be
heard. •
MATT JENSEN, City Clerk.
July 1-9.
The Oldas! anj 82s? AflnhW Still) h
the Nortiiwsst.
1850 rt'Z2&zSF»~"> |89S
89 and 101 East Slztb Street,
Opposite Metropolitan Opera House.
EXQUISITE : PHOTOGRAPHY!
"THe New Piioto"
Outdoor ned commercial work a specialty.
&T Mr. Zimmerman's Pertonai Attention oj
Appointments. Telephone JJTi.
SITUATIONS WANTED— MaIe,
NEWSPAPER MAN— Wanted, position by a
thorough newspaper man, as editor, man
ager or foreman of a well-established
country newspaper. S. R. Gregg, St. Paul.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 18 would
like some kind of work in a store; he is
of good habits and a fair penman. O 99,
Globe.
SITUATION WANTED— Experienced delivery
man wants work driving delivery wagon.
Worked last in hardware store. Has ex
perience in tinner trade. Has reference.
Address V. W.. 427 Harrison ay.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 16 would
like to get work of any kind. Address
John Mangan, 89 Garfleld st.
SITUATION WANTED— By young man of 25,
well educated, first-class references. Will
accept most any kind of employment C.
Corsen, Merriam Park.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 14 would
like work of any kind. Address E. O.
Hara, 72 Douglas st.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 16 would
like position in office or store; can furnish
best of references. Call or address W. 8.,
231 Smith ay.
EMPLOYMENT— Are there any good people
who will give a sick man work, near to one
of the lakes— a place where he can lead a
quiet, regular life; among spirited people
preferred; used to work in garden, farm
and care of horses and cows; am able to
work for board and some more wages. Ad
dress C. Oberg, General Delivery, Minneap
olis.
CLERK— Young man with experience would
like position running soda fountain; can
furnish references. R. W. Gan, 540 Minne
sota st.
WAGON MAKER— Wanted— Situation by wa
gon maker or inside woodwork. Address
H., 467 East Seventh st, St Paul, Minn.
SITUATION WANTED— By a married manTa
good bookkeeper and general office man,
employment in a store or office. H 78
Globe.
POSITION WANTED— An experienced grocery
clerk desires position. Best city refer
ences^ Address S. J., 461 Selby ay.
POSITION WANTED— A good and honesfboy
of 16 years would like to have a position
_of any kind. Address 312 Onelda st.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy 18 yearVold
wants work of any kind. Address 392 Erie
st, city. •
SITUATION WANTED-By young man, sober
and reliable; willing to do anything to make
an honest living. Address X, 79, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy 17 years of age wants
work of any kind; caa make himself useful.
Address 487 Banfll st.
EMPLOYMENT— Work wanted of any kind
by a young Swede of good character; pre
mier steady work. N. E. Roos, 651 John st.
DELIVERY DRlVEß— Wanted, by a young
man, position as delivery driver; can take
care of horses or any kind of work. Ad
dress 562 Wabasha st.
WANTED-, Work; will do anything, by mar
lied man; must have it. Address i' 34 Oe
dar street.
EMFLOYMENT-I will assist financially the
party who will furnish me work of any
kind. 226 Lumber JExehange, Minneapolis.
COACHMAN— Wanted, situation as coachman
by competent man; good driver; accustomed
to fine harness and carriages; city refer
ences. Address E. W. Prestley 11 West
Fourth st.
WANTED— Work by young all-around prin
ter, age 21; has seven years' experience;
competent hi Nord-Danish language; no
objection to leave city for steady job. Ad
dress J. P. J., 416 Cherokee aye.
d irectorVof the
Principal io is
OF ST. PAUL.
T7te following is published daily for the
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It includes all «*?
trades and professions, and cannot fait to
prove of interest to all who intend transact
ing business in St. Paul.
Amusements.
Metropolitan, Sixth, near Robert st
Grand, Sixth and St. Peter streets.
Strak's Tivoll, Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission free.
Bicycles. '
Windsor Bicycle Livery, 411 Robert st
Bakeries.
Thauwald Bros., 353-355 Seventh st
Batter and Kyga.
Milton Dairy Company, 722 Wabasha st TeL
Cut Rate Tickets.
Corbett's, 169 East Third st.
Edwards, 173 Third st. 339 Robert st.
Cloaks.
Ransom ft Horton. 99-101 Bast Sixth.
Commission Merchants.
MeOulre & Mulrooney, 77-79 East 3d st
C. C. Emerson & Co., 26 East Third st
Thuet & McNamee, 95 East Third st
De Camp & B«yer. 129 East Third st
H. C Hemenway & Co., corner Third and
Minnesota sts.
Dore & Redpath, 70 and 72 East Third st.
R. E. Cobb. 31-33 East Third st.
Coal — < W^H.
O. Q. Wilson, corner Eighth and Broadway.
Confectioners, Wholesale.
McFadden-Mullen Co.. 55 to 59 East 3d st
Electricians.
John Gorman. 315 Minnesota st.
Express, Piano Moving. Packing a»d
Storage.
J. B. Degforgea. 154 East Sixth. Tel. 550.
Express and Storage.
Kent's Express and Storage Company, 221 W.
Seventh at. Cheapest and best.
Flour and Feed.
Tierney A Co.. 91 East Third st.
Green Vegetables.
Tubbeslng Bros.. 100 East Third st
Grocers.
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
sU.. and 486-488 Eaat Seventh st.
Hotels.
Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
Loans »n Watches, Diamonds, Fairs.
Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert. Room 1.
Laundries.
The Elk. 51 West Third st Tel. 268.
Milk and Cream,
H. Stebbing (Como). 367 Dayton a*. All cows
guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
Manufacturers and~Dealers In Urns.
mos, Motors and Electrical Appa
ratus.
John Gorman. 315 Minnesota st
Nevrs and Stationery.
Charles L. Neumann, 224 West Seventh st
Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting.
A. W. Johnston, 139 West Seventh st.
Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water Heat.
McQuillan Bros.. 183 Western cv.
Sheet Metal Workers, BtJves and
Hardware.
Karst & Breher. 183 West Third st
Undertakers.
Theo. Bunker, corner West 7th and 6th sts.
Wholesale Wines and Llquari,
B. Simon 297-299 East Seventh St.
f\ W E? /"""» C^ Manufacturer
*^ *-■• El'V-Hr^f andlUalerln
Importer of Billiard Cloth and Supplies. Al
tering and repairing done on short notice. Sec
©ud-aand tables bought and sold.
220 East Seventh St., St. Paul, Minn
SITUATIONS WAiITED-FEMALR
NURSE— A young girl wants a situation as
nurse. 149 Bast Thirteenth Bt.
HOUSEKEEPER-Wanted. a ~i>ositioli aa
housekeeper by an experienced person Call
or address 448 East Ninth st.
STENOGRAPHER — Thoroughly ~~Tompetent
lady stenographer and assistant bookkeeper
desires a position; will do temporary work
If desired. Stenographer, 375 Rice.
SITUATION WANTED— An experlenced^oun^
lady wants work in a laundry or to go
out and wart and iron and Aousenlean,
or to scrub stores, offices and barber shops.
Please call at 169 Charles. - - ~
SITUATION WANTED—A woman wanti
work washing, ironing or houseeleaning;
has two chlldrrn to care for; husband dis
abled for the last two .years. Address B
Globe.
POSITION WANTED-Poßition~ M SUM**
rapher and typewriter. Very best recom
mendations. Moderate salary. Address L.
C. J.. 2 Wilkln st.
LADY WITH SOME EXPERIENCE- WISHES
to assist a magnetic physician in massage
and bath parlors. Address J 83, Globe.
SEWING— An experience*' dressmaker wa/its
sewing by the day in families. Call or
address 215 Rondo st.
SEWlNG— Competent dressmaker, fitter and
designer; all the latest styles, quick sewer,
will go out in families by day or week.
T 91, Globe.
SEWING — Dressmaker wants work in fam
ily; perfect fit guaranteed; references glv
en. Address 406 Grove st.
SICK NURSING wanted by an experienced
nurse; city references. Call or address 14
at.
SITUATION— A colored woman would like
to go out washing or ironing or tak* it
home. Address 572 Robert St.
C Vi ERK ~ A young lady of good address would
like position in office or as clerk; is good
penman in both English and German; has
some knowledge of bookkeeping. Call or
address P., 323 East 7th St., St Paul/
POSITION WANTED^young~lady^desTreß~»
position as assistant bookkeeper. Can fur
nish references. Address W 97, Globe.
POSITION WANTED— Young lady aWnog
rapher desires position. Has had experi
ence. Address M. L... 364 Rice .St.. flat 7.
WANTED— Position by young" " lady ~as
stenographer and assistant bookkeeper.
Has had two years' experience; can furnish
references. Address B 79, Globe.
YOUNG LADY, thoroughly capable and will
ing to work, wishes a place where she can
work for board and have a pleasant home
pest of references; has employment part of
time. V 85, Globe.
YOUNG LADY wishes position as companion
or nurse to party traveling; am bright and
agreeable and willing to please. Address C
87, Globe.
WASHING AND IRONING DONE AT 201
VV cSt ulll St.
WOMAN GOES OUT WASHING, IRONING
and houseeleaning. Inquire at 515 St. Peter
St., rear house.
WANTED— To go out or take home washing
work done to satisfy. Call or address 767
Jackson st.
OFFICE WORK-A young lady would like
a position as assistant in some office
has had experience in clerking. Call or
_addresß Miss N. M., 112 West I Abet: 1 •
WANTED— A position by a good stenographer
good references. Z 98, Globe. '
WANTED— Gentlemen's washing and taindl
ing. 6j2 Jackson at
FOR REXT— HOUSES.
Howei.
COTTAGE— For rent, modern eight-room cot
tage, lower town, best location, $15 per
month to good tenant; also ten-room house
cheap. D. Bergman & Co., ISC East Third
BtILDING — WE RENT HOIISP<I
S.SVSS ffIRS
Roon;i. '
UTOPIA--433 St. Peter St.-Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite; rat»s reason
able for the summer; transients can be'ac
commodated.
REAL ESTATE FOR SAI4E.
BKB
E. P. ROBERTS,
OS East Fourth Street.
For your rents, real estato loans and loaac
«.nce. I m»k« a specialty of renU.
Notice for Bids for the Sale of the
Water Works Bonds of the Vil
lage of Ho kali.
Notice is hereby given that sesfled bids for
the sale of five thousand dollars of the mu
nicipal bonds of the Village of Moki.h Hone
ton County, Minn., will be received at the
office of the Recorder of said Village until
12 o'clock nooxs of the 6th day of July 1896
said bonds to bear date July 6, 1886, -will be
In denominations of five hundred dollars
each, payable a 4 the treasury of said Vil
lage in not more than ten, nor lesu than
five, years from date, at th« .option of said
Village, with annual Interent at the rate of
six per cent
Thr Village Board of Trustees reserves tha
right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Village Board of Trustees.
J. C. SNURE,
_ Recorder.
I>ated <t Hokah this 13th day, p* June. 1896.
' an iin^i niim |||, Ml>| joaamaHHaiaian
The Globe.
Free Want Page Blank I
Forilie I'nenaplojred
OT BT. PAUL AMD HIKKIiKLn.
Free Situation or Help Wanted Ad
vertUemeuU mutt be written on thU
blank and cent to THE UUOBK Ad
rurtlsiDg Department, 8U Paul.
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