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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Of Resolutions Adopted by the Com
mon Council of the City of St.
l'aul.
Bd F No." 6283—
Resolved, That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "Assess
ments Funds," ln favor of the following
named persons, for the amount set opposite
to their respective names:
Fielding & Shepley, Estimate No. 3 and final,
Improving and ornamenting Osceola avenue,
$372; Hennessy & Cox. Estimate No. 1, pav
ing Tenth street, $2,890.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen July 21,
1896.
Yeas— Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow. Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Shepard. Stutzinan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
Yeas— Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis. Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President— B.
Nays— o.
Approved Aug. 7, 1596.
Bd F No. 6347— 8y Aid. Bigelow—
Resolved, That an order be drawn on the
city treasury, payable out of the "Street
Sewer and Bridge Maintenance Fund," ln
favor of the Mayor of the City of St. Paul,
for the sum of $r..000. the same, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, to be expended
by him in such manner as to him may seem
best for the proper control and care of the
streets of the City of St. Paul during the
Thirtieth National Encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic. The balance. If any,
of said $5,000 to be covered into the city
treasury alter adjournment of encampment
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
lsyo.
Yeas— Aid. Bell, Bigelow, Donahower, Kal
dunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Markham,
Shepard. Mr. Vice President— lo.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
Yeas — Messrs. Craig, Daly. Kirke. Krahmer,
Lewis. Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President— B.
Nays — 0.
Approved Aug. 7, 1896.
Bd F No. 6353— 8y Aid. Bigelow-
Resolved, That the exclusive use of Sum
mit avenue, in the City of St. Paul, between
Selby and Western avenues, be given to the
G. A. R. Thirtieth National Encampment Com
mittee from September 1 to September 4, 1896,
Inclusive, on each of said days from 7 p. m.
until midnight, and that all horses, vehicles
and bicycles be kept off from said street
within said limits during the time herein
specified on each of said days.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
1896.
Yeas— Aid. Bell, Donahower, Kaldunski,
Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Markham, Shepard,
Mr. Vice President— 9.
Nays— Aid. Bigelow— l.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6. 1896.
Yeas— Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President— B.
Nays — 0.
Approved Aug. 7, 1596.
Bd F No. 6352— 8y Aid. Bigelow—
Resolved, That permission be, and the
same ls hereby given to the G.
A. R. Thirtieth National Encampment
Committee to erect twenty-eight elec
tric light poles on Summit avenue,
in the City of St Paul, between Selby
and Western avenues, and three poles on
Selby avenue, between Third street and Sum
mit avenue, and maintain the same for the
purpose of placing electric lights thereon, at
their own cost, from Aug. 23d to Sept. 9th,
1596. both dates Inclusive.
Resolved, further. That said committee re
move said poles within said time at their own
expense, and replace the ground disturbed
in its former condition.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4.
1896.
Yeas— Aid. Bell, Bigelow, Donahower, Kal
dunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Markham
Shepard, Mr. Vice President— lo.
Nays — 0.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
Yeas— Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahm
er, Lewis, Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President
—8.
Nays — 0.
Approved Aug. 7, 1896.
Bd F No. 6353— 8y Aid. Bigelow—
Resolved, That an order be drawn on the
City Treasurer, payable out of the School
Rental and Repair Fund, to the order of
the President of the School Board of the
City of St. Paul, for the sum of $1,500.00, for
the purpose of Insuring such school build
ings as may be occupied by the members of
the Grand Army of the Republic during the
Thirtieth National Encampment of said or
ganization,, to be held In the City of St
Paul, and for the purpose of removing the
school desks where necessary in said build
ings, and thereafter replacing said desks in
their original position.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
1896.
*Yeas— Aid. Bell. Bigelow, Donahower, Kal
dunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Martthani,
Shepard, Mr. Vice President— lo.
Nays— o. •'
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
"Yeas— Messrs. Craig. Daly, Kirke, Krahm
er, Lewis, Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President
—8.
Nays— o.
Approved Aug. 1, 1896.
Bd F No. 6364—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon
the City Treasurer, payable out of the funds
raised upon the assessment for the opening,
widening and extending of State street, be
tween Congress street and Concord street,
in favor of George W. H. Bell, for the sum
of $4,585.00. the same to be in payment of the
following described real estate condemned
ln and by the proceedings referred to, to
wit: All that part of lots one and two of
block five of Bell's Second Addition to West
St. Paul, which lies west of the east thirty
feet of State street as now used and traveled
upon; also all. that part of lots o*e and three
of block four of Bell's Second Addition to
West St. Paul which lies west of the east
thirty feet of State street as now -used and 1
traveled. Said., amount shall be paid only
upon said George W. H. Beir conveying to
the City of . S*v Paul such real estate, the title
of which shall be free and unincumbered
and be examined and approved by the Cor
poration Attorney of said city.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
1896.
Yeas— Aid. Bell, Bigelow, Donahower, Kal
dunski, Kenney. Larsen, Lindahl, Shepard,
Mr. Vice President— 9.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6. 1896.
Yeas— Messrs. "Craig, Daly, Kirke, . Krah
iner, Lewis, Mabon, Thompson, Mr. Presi
dent—B. ' "
Nays — 0.
Approved Aug. 1, 1896.
Bd F No. 6381—
Resolved, That a warrant be drawn upon
the city treasury, in favor of C. L. Horst,
City Treasurer, for the sum of $3,829.14. pay
able out of the "Street, Sewer and Bridge
Maintenance Fund," to pay the street and
sewer forces for the two weeks ending July
25th, 1896. in accordance with the pay roll
certified to by the City Engineer and ap
proved and allowed by the Board of Public
Works.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
1596.
Yeas — Aid. Bigelow. Donahower, Kaldunski,
Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Shepard, Mr. Vice
President— B.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
Yeas—M essrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer. Lewis, Thompson, Mr. President— 7.
Nays— o.
Approved Aug. 7, 1896.
Bd F No. C3S6—
Resolved, That a warrant be drawn upon
the city treasury, in favor of C. L. Horst,
City Treasurer, for. th* sum of $633.40, pay
able out of the "Street. Sewer and Bridge
Maintenance Fund," to pay the different
contractors and their laborers for sweeping
streets paved with asphalt for two weeks
ending July 25, 1896, in accordance with the
contracts approved by the Common Council,
April 16, 1896, and as per pay roll certified to
by the City Engineer and allowed by the
Board of Public Works.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
1896.
Yeas — Aid. Bigelow. Donahower, Kaldunski,
Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Shepard, Mr. Vice
President— B.
Nays — 0.
Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896.
Yeas—M essrs. Cratg, Daly, Kirke. Krah
mer, Lewis, Thompson, Mr. President — 7.
Nays— o.
Approved Aug. 7, 1896.
JAMES E. MARKHAM,
President of the Board of Aldermen.
E. L, ALLARD,
Vice President of the Board of Aldermen.
O. H. AROSIN,
President of the Assembly.
MATT JENSEN,
City Clerk.
Aug. 8.
PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
Office, Constructing Quartermaster. Helena,
Mont, July. 28th, 1896. Sealed proposals will
be received at this office until Wednesday,
August 26th, 1896, 11 o'clock a. m., and then
opened, for constructing at Fort Harrison,
near Helena, Montana, one (1) double Bar
rack building and one (1) double set of Offi
cer's Quarters, also separate proposals for
Plumbing. Steam Heating and Gas Piping
■aid buildings. Blank forms for proposals,
circulars to Bidders and any other necessary
information, will be furnished on applica
tion to the undersigned, or to Chief Quarter
master, Department of Dakota, Saint Paul,
Minn. The government reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all bids, or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals,
should be marked: "Proposals for Build
ings," (or Plumbing, Heating or Gas Piping,
as the case may be) and addressed to Capt. j
Geo. S. Hoyt, Asst Quartermaster, U. S.
Army.
Aug. 7-8-10- 11-12 It.
.- - .-,y .
NOTICE OF SALE.
Office of City Treasurer,
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 7, 1896.
Notice
Is hereby given that under and by virtue of
judgments entered and dated as hereinafter
mentioned, in the District Court, Second Judi
cial District, Ramsey County, State of Min
nesota, against the hereinafter described real
estate, situated, lying and being in the said
city and county, on assessment warrants for
the improvement herein described, in said
City of St. Paul, the undersigned will, on
the twentieth day (20th) of August, 1896. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the City Treas
urer's office in the City of St. Paul, County of
Ramsey, expose to public sale, as provided
by law, the following described real estate, to
wit:
List of real estate to be sold under judg
ment entered November 24, 1894, rendered
upon
Reassessment for Opening, Widen
ing and Extension of Linwnod
Place, From Osceola Avenue to
Kenwood Terrace.
Rearrangement of Kenwood Terrace Addition.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Judgm't
M. E. Graves and F. G. Bourne.. l 2 $159.60
same 14 159.60 ;
J. C. Stout's Second Addition.
Supposed Owner and Am't of j
Description. I,ot Block. Judgm't
Albon Llndeman (except
easterly ten feet) 18 3 $21.13 I
List of real estate to bo sold under judg
ment entered March 15, 1895, rendered upon
Beassessment for Opening, Widen
ing and Extension of Linwood
Place, From Osceola Avenue to
Kenwood Terrace.
J. C. Stout's Addition to Summit Park Addi
tion.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Anna George 27 2 $192.10
same 26 2 164.85
Thos. D. O'Brien 24 2 110.35
J. C. Stout et al., south
erly of Ninninger's line. .22 2 55.85
same and same 21 2 28.60 i
Fred A. Pike, westerly 10
feet of 20 2 4.07
same, easterly 30 feet 19 2 12.25
Jas. C. Stout (except east
erly 30 feet) 19 2 2.44
J. C. Stout's Second Addition.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
Geo. W. Freeman 1 3 $219.36
J. G. Stout 2 3 219.35
same 3 8 219.35
same 4 3 192. 10
same 5 3 164.85
same 6 3 137.60
Geo. W. Freeman 26 3 219.35
same 25 3 110.35
J. C. Stout 24 3 88. 56
same 23 3 83.10
same 22 3 72.20
same 21 3 61.30
Albon Lindeman, easterly
30 feet of 17 3 9.52
Pauline Nininger 15 3 6.80
J. C. Stout 1 4 219.36
same 2 4 219.35
same 3 4 164.85
same 4 4 137.60
same 5 4 110.35
same 6 4 110.35
same 7 4 110.35
same 8 4 99.45!
same... 9 4 88.55!
E. E. Putman 10 4 110.35 |
A. M. Denegre 11 4 72 20
same 12 4 6.L30
Kate E. Wanzar, westerly
10 feet 16 4 6.80
same „ 17 4 9 52
same 18 4 6.80
List of real estate to be sold under judg
ment, entered Sept 6, 1890, rendered upon
Assessment fotor Filling, Grading- and
Improving Langford Park.
St Anthony Park.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
St Anthony Park Co 20 30 $9 90
»ame 21 30 9.90
same 22 30 8.89
same 23 30 7.89
same 2 4 30 6.88
same 25 30 5.38
me »— - 26 3 0 5. 33
Chas.* H. Pratt 12 33 14 44
™ m ™ '•"„• 13 33 14.44
W. W. and A. Clark 1 46 18 46
■*™5 •«.:•••—- 2 46 18!46
St. Anthony Park Co 4 47 18 46
same 5 47 1846
same 1 49 18 46
same 2 49 18.46
same 3 49 18 46
same 4 49 18.46
same 5 49 18.46
sa 2? 9 • 6 49 13.46
samß 7 49 18.46
samo 1 15 9.40
Bame 4 15 9.40
same 12 15 5.38
s *™ a 13 15 5.38
same 14 15 5.38
£?? v 15 15 5.38
same 17 15 5.38
same 19 15 6.38
Bame 20 15 6.38
same 21 15 6.38
3ame 18 16 9.40
same 19 16 9 40
same 2 0 16 9 40
same 21 16 9.40
same 10 26 18.46
same U 26 16.45
same 13 28 16.45
same 3 27 27.02
same 4 2 7 27.02
same 8 27 ■ 22.49
same 9 27 19.97
same 15 27 15.19
same ie 27 16.20
s-ame 19 27 18.46
same 20 27 18.46
Margrette Borsch 23 27 22 49
St. Anthony Park Co 10 28 18 46
same 12 28 16^0
same 13 28 27.02
same 16 28 27.02
same 17 28 27.02
same 5 29' 27.02
same 6 29 27.02
same 9 29 22 49
R. V. Pratt 9 85 39.61
St. Anthony Park Co 4 44 35.58
Subdivision of Lots 18 and 19, Block 44, St.
Anthony Park.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Judgm't
St Anthony Park R. E. and Imp.
Co 3 $18.46
St. Anthony Park*.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
St. Anthony Park Co 3 45 $51.70
W. W. Clark 9 36 32.56
same 10 36 33.57
A. D. Hewitt 4 37 61.77
W. W. Clark 27 38 51.70
same 28 38 61.77
sj
St. Anthony Park North.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot Block. Judgm't
Jas. E. Heath 1 37 $15.19
same 2 37 14.44
B. R. Selden 20 37 28.53
same 21 37 28.03
F. D. Hager 1 38 35.58
St. Anthony Park Co 3 38 25.51
F. D. Hager 13 38 18.46
St. Anthony Park Co 15 38 18.46
same 16 38 18.46
F. D. Hager 17 38 18.46
same 23 38 14.44
same 24 38 14.44
St. Anthony Park Co 25 38 14.44
same 26 38 14.44
F. D. Hager 27 38 14.44
same 28 38 14.44 I
St Anthony Park Co 29 38 14.44 j
same 31 38 14.44 I
F. D. Hager 32 38 14.44 I
J. R. McMurran 34 38 14 44 1
St. Anthony Park Co 35 38 14.44 j
J. R. McMurran 1 39 14.44 I
same 2 39 14.44 j
same 3 39 18.46)
same 6 39 14.44'
same 8 39 18.46 1
St. Anthony Park Co 16 39 18 46
F. D. Hager 1 41 18.46
same 2 41 16.45
St Anthony Park Co 5 41 14 44
same 10 41 16.45
F. D. Hager 12 41 14.44
J. R. McMurran 13 41 14.44
St Anthony Park Co 14 41 14 44
same 15 41 13.43
F. D. Hager 16 41 11.92
same 17 41 11.92
St Anthony Park Co 18 41 11.92
same 19 41 1192
same 20 41 11.92
F. D. Hager 21 41 1192
same 22 41 1192
J. R. McMurran 23 41 1444
St Anthony Park Co 24 41 15 19
e«me 26 41 15.95
F. D. Hager 26 41 16.45
same 1 42 is. 46
same 2 42 16.15
St Anthony Park Co 3 42 15 95
same 4 42 15.19
F. D. Hager 6 42 18.46
same 6 42 22 49
Hill Carter 8 42 18 <6
same 9 42 18.46
F. D. Hager 10 43 18.46
same 11 42 20.48
St Anthony Park Co 12 42 20 98
same 13 43 2149
same 14 42 22 49
same 5 43 31.66
|, am « •• « « 81.56
F. D. Hager 14 43 35 68
same 15 43 3553
-"Jne ie 43 3553
s ame 17 45 35 M
same \g 43 36.58
same 19 43 8l M
sa me 20 43 3166
same 21 43 3156
St. Anthony Park Co 22 43 31 '5$
*ame 23 43 |L 6«
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896.
St. Anthony Park North.
Supposed Owner and Am't of
Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't
E. D. Hager 24 43 $31.56
same 25 43 31.56
same 28 43 31.56
St. Anthony Park Co 28 43 35.58
F. D. Hager 29 43 14.44
same 30 43 18.46
Henry Branch 31 43 18.46
same 32 43 18.46
same 33 43 18.46
F. D. Hager 34 43 18.46
same. 35 43 18.46
St. Anthony Park C 0. ...37 43 18.48
same 38 43 18.46
F. D. Hager 39 43 18.46
same 40 43 18.46
same 41 43 18.46
St. Anthony Park Co 42 43 18.46
same 48 43 18.46
F. D. Hager 50 43 18.46
same 51 43 is. 46
St. Anthony Park Co 52 43 18.46
same 53 43
F. D. Hager 54 43 22.49
E. A. Carter 1 44 ig.46
E. M. Dunn 12 44 31.56
F. D. Hager p 22.49
St. Anthony Park Co * D 102.05
F. D. Hager 1 40 26.52
St. Anthony Park Co 3 40 11.42
J. R. McMurran 7 40 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 9 40 9.40
F. D. Hager v 40 9.111
J. R. McMurran 12 40 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 13 40 9 40
F. D. Hager 15 40 9.40
same ia 40 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 22 40 11.92
same 23 40 11.92
F. D. Hager 24 40 11.92
F. D. Hager 26 40 11.92
St. Anthony Park Co 27 40 15 19
same 28 40 15.95
F. D. Hager 29 40 16.70
same 30 40 16.95
St. Anthony Park Co 32 40 18.46
F. D. Hager 35 40 22.49
St. Anthony Park Co 37 40 22.49
same 38 40 14.44
F. D. Hager 1 30 9. 40
J. R. McMurran 7 30 14.44
St. Anthony Park Co 8 30 11.42
same 9 30 10.41
Geo. H. Weiland 11 30 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 14 30 9.40
F. D. Hager 15 30 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 19 30 9.40
F. D. Hager 20 30 9.40
same 21 30 9.40
same 22 30 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 23 30 9.40
F. D. Hager 26 30 5.38
Henry Brand 27 30 5.38
same 32 30 5.38
same S3 30 6.38
St. Anthony Park Co 34 30 5.38
J. H. Dooley 35 30 5.38
F. D. Hager 36 30 5.88
J. R. McMurran 40 30 5.38
same 41 30 5.38
F. D. Hager 8 31 14.44
St. Anthony Park Co 9 31 14.44
same 10 31 14.44
F. D. Hager 11 31 14.44
same 13 31 14.41
St. Anthony Park Co 15 31 14.44
F. D. Hager 21 31 11.42
F. D. Hager 22 81 9.40
J. R. McMurran 23 31 9.40
St. Anthony Park Co 25 31 7.89
F. D. Hager 26 31 6.88
J. H. Dooley 9 33 66.80
St. Anthony Park Co 8 27 5.38
same 9 27 5.38
Jas. H. Dooly 10 27 5.38
F. D. Hager 11 27 6.38
St. Anthony Park Co 13 27 5.38
Geo. Marsh 14 27 5.38
F. D. Hager E 9.40
Ohas. C. Wright 21 . 29 5.38
same 20 29 5.38
Henry Branch ...16 29 5.38
same 14 29 5.38
F. D. Hager 13 29 5.38
same 12 29 5.38
St. Anthony Park Co 7 28 5.38
same 8 28 5.38
All in the City of St. Paul, Ramsey County,
and State ot Minnesota.
C. L. HORST.
City Treasurer.
Note — Am't of Judgm't, amount of Judg
ment.
Aug. 8. 1896.
OFFICIAL
Proceedings of the Board of School
Inspectors.
Published in the St Paul Daily Globe Aug.
8, 1896.
(Regular Meeting.)
Meeting called to order by President Abbott.
Present — Inspectors May, McNamee, Mc-
Nair, Scholle, Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Absent — None.
Minutes of last meeting read and approved.
COmmnnicatlous.
From the citizens of Merriam Park regard
ing the Longfellow School, referred to the
secretary.
Beports of Committees.
From the Committee on Schools —
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 5, 1896.
To the Board of School Inspectors —
Gentlemen: We recommend that leave of
absence for one year be given Miss Ida
Husted, kindergarten directress of the Doug
las and Garfield schools. We recommend that
Miss Grace Metcalf be appointed to the vacant
position and that Miss Katherine Risser be
appointed assistant kindergartner in the
Scheffer school in place of Miss Metcalf,
promoted, at regular schedule salaries. Re
spectfully submitted,
H. C. McNAIR, Chairman.
Approved by —
Ayes— lnspectors May, McNair, McNamee,
Scholle, Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. President— 7.
Nays — 0.
Inspector McNamee, chairman of the special
committee on high school teachers, asked
further time to report, and by request Presi
dent Abbott was added to the committee.
On motion Inspector Scholle, chairman of
Committee on Finance, and the Corporation
Attorney were appointed as a committee to
consult the City Comptroller regarding a
monthly report.
The matter of repairing the smoke stacks
at the Central High and Irving schools was
referred to the Real Estate Committee, with
power to act.
The Real Estate Committee were also in
structed to make the necessary changes of
rooms at the Irving school.
The Secretary was instructed to inform the
Mayor that the Board earnestly recommends
the appointment of Geo. N. Gerlach as Super
intendent of New School Buildings wit^put
compensation.
Audited Claims.
The following claims, having been audited
and approved by the respective committees
were pres ft ;ed :
No. Payable to Order Of. Amount.
2136. D. L. Bell *i« 65
2137. T. L. Blood 46, C0
2138. Board of Water Commissioners... 241.00
2139. Brown. Treacy & Co 179 43
2140. Church of Our Father 750
2141. Chas. A. Clark 600
2142. Gribben Lumber Co 44 67
2143. Globe Co !!2L12
2144. Maendler Bros 27.42
2145. John Martin Lumber Co 64 47
2146. N. W. Telo. Ex. Co 9.90
2147. Nimls & Meyer 19 55
2148. Pioneer Press Co 30 00
2149. Paul Quehl 44.37
2150. Robinson & Cary Co 1.63
2151. Geo. Seibert 25 00
2152. Twin City Varnish Co 144 70
2153. St. Paul Gas Light Co 16.12
2154. St. Paul Hardware Co 55.64
2156. Same 10 60
2157. J. P. Healy. Secy 12^00
2158. American Stove Repair -Works 7 50
2159. Board of Water Commissioners 105 86
2160. T. L. Blood & Co 550
2161. Same 400
2162. Brown, Treacy & Co ...".!"! 34J20
2163. James Cullen ' 7s'oo
2164. Same V.'.'.IMM
2165. Elk Laundry Co 600
2166. Peter Felen '['" 2000
2167. Franklin Machine Works .'.'.'." 22 69
2168. The Globe Co * 17'S
2169. John W. Lux '.'.'.'.'.'.'."" 305
2170. John Martin Lumber Co.. .' '" l'oi
2171. Moshofsky Bros !.!!"' 610
2172. Noyes Bros. & Cut1er......!!! 96
2173. Same ]\ 1713
2174. Robinson & Cary Co !!."!!!!!!' 3461
2175. Ryan Drug Co " 2s °n
2176. S. P. Spates & Co 3570
2177. Standard Oil Co o - 80
2178. L. A. Stewart 7*30
2179. St Paul Book & Stationery Co'"" 16 50
2180. St. Paul Hardware Co ... go
2181. Same «S»
2182. St Paul Gas Light Co.. a'fis
2183. Valley Iron Works '.!!.".!! 60 19
Approved and ordered submitted to the
Common Council by-
Ayes— lnspectors May, McNair. McNamee
Scholle, Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. President— l
There being no further business, the Board
adjourned.
E. J. ABBOTT,
JAMES P. HEALY, President
Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY SUPPLIES -
Office of Chief Q. M., Dep't of Dakota. 8t
E^ 1 :. Mlnn " Au S uat L 1896. -SEALED PRO
POSALS, in triplicate, will be received here
or at following named posts, and at Helena'
Mont, until 11 o'clock a. m., on September l"
1596, and opened then, for furnishing and
delivery of such CORN as may be required
during fiscal year commencing July 1 1896 at
Fort Snelling, Minn. ; Fort Yates, N. D. • Forts
Assinniboine, Custer and Keogh, Mont and
Fort Yellowstone, Wyo. Instructions fur
nished on application here, or to the Quarter
masters at various points named. The gov
ernment reserves the right to accept or re
ject any or all proposals, or any part thereof
Advertise Your Wants Every Day^
WANTS HAY IE LEFT
At the following; locations for Inser
tion In the Daily and Sunday Globe,
at the aame rate* aa are'charged l.j
the main office.
HAMLINE.
Hamline Pharmacy ..,' Drug Store
750 SNELLINGAVENUE.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Sever Westby Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREET.
LOWER 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.
MERRIAM PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Emll Bull Druggist
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frcst & 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.
Brackett's Pharmacy
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
WEST SIDE.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
George Marti Drug Store
S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription Stora
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. HaU Drug Store
COR, S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
UPPER TOWN.
S. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden..... Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
W * J?A Lowe Drus Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drug Store
CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
ARLINGTON HILLS.
C. R. Mcrelius Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH. STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher.* Drue Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET?
J. J. Mullen Drug Store
COR. JAMES AND WEST 'SEVENTH.
UNION PARK!
c - A. Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
SITUATIONS OFFERED— MALES.
AGENTS to sell Acme Washing Compound
in every 'town in the Northwest; steady
seller where introduced; saves time and
labor without injutiy to clothes; exclusive
territory given; send for sample and terms.
Acme Compound Co.. Minneapolis, Minn.
AGENTS make 100 to 300 per cent on our ar
ticles used on every horse. Show it up
and sale is clinched. Prepare now for races
and fairs. A. Hunter Co., Racine, Wis.
BARBER TRADE— Best chance ever offered
to learn barber trade. Only two months
required and situation guaranteed. Wages
made Saturdays while learning. Tools do
nated. Catalogue free. Twin City Barber
College, 223 Washington ay. south, Min
neapolis.
PORTER— Wanted, young man, German pre
ferred, to do porter work, and tend lunch
counter. Call at Sherman hotel bar, 324
Sibley st, 9 o'clock a. m.
SALESMEN— One in every state to sell our
cigars on credit. Samples, good pay, ex
penses and exclusive territory to proper
applicants. Address P. O. Box 1354, New
York city.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets $650,900; largest, strongest and best
Minnesota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam. Secretary, St Paul. Minn.
WANTED— Agents; $20 a week sure to work
ers; no capital needed; new goods; new
plan; sells at sight; every family needs
it. H. S. Co., Box 424, Cincinnati, O.
SITUATIONS OFFERED— FEMALES.
DISHWASHER— Wanted, dishwasher at 107
East Seventh st.
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, an Uxpert
enced dining room girl; wages, $15. 102
West Fourth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; small family, where second girl
is kept. Apply 131 St. Albans st, corner
Goodrich ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. Call at 217 East Eighth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted; a girl for general
housework, $8 per month, at 181 East Sev
enth st
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for
general housework. QeU 133 West Fifth.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, [kM tor general
housework; easy place; *bnly two in family.
Apply 286 Fuller st '
1 — ! ii . Iri . __
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, -girl for general
housework in a small family, where a sec
ond girl ls kept. 131 Soqth St. Albans st.
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted, experienced for
general housework in. family of three' call
after 2p. m. 404 Ashland ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, i*~~glrl or woman
for general housework. Inquire at Stall
30, Market House, i Seventh and Waba
sha sts. ■:'■'{'•
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a. girl for general
housework at 486 Dayton^ ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted,- competent girl for
general housework, at 560 Westminster st
NURSE GlßL— Wanted, German nurse jrirl
at 71 Iglehart st.
CHIROPODIST.
GOOD THING for sore feet Good Luck
Salve; sure cure for bad-smelling feet, scald
feet and dry. hot feet. If your druggist
does not keep it, send or call on W. H.
Lockwood, chiropodist, 293 and 294 Endl
rott Building: 25c. 50c and tl box.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey— District Court, Second Judicial
District.
In the matter of the assignment of Julian H.
Sleeper, insolvent, to William A. Van Slyke.
On reading and filing the petition of the as
signee in the above entitled matter.
It is ordered that said assignee be and he
is hereby authorized and directed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash
the title, interest and equity of said insolvent
in and to the following described real estate
in the County of Ramsey and State of Min
nesota, described as follows, via: Lot number
eight (8), in block number twelvs (12) of Hol
combe's Addition to the City of St. Paul, and
the undivided one-half of lot number five (5)
in block number eighteen (18), of Marshall's
Addition to West St Paul, according to the
recorded plats thereof; also all uncollected
book-accounts and other personal property
belonging to said assigned estate. Said sale
shall be so made at the Sibley street entrance
to the "Hotel ShernSan.'s on the southeast
corner of Fourth and SiWey streets In the
City of St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday +he
Jth day of August, A. T). 1896, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon.
Said real estate shall be sold ln separate
parcels, as above described, and report of
such sale shall be made By said assignee to
this court for its approval and confirmation
on Wednesday, the 19th day of August A. D
1896, at ten o'clock h* tHe forenoon, ' before
the Honorable John W. Willis, one of the
Judges of said District Cotrrt, at his chambers
ln the Court House in the City of St Paul
or, ln case of his absence, such hearing ihali
be before the Judge of said court who may
be ln attendance at chambers on said day
It is further ordered* that all creditors" of
said insolvent who hafe not heretofore
made proof of their elaijps, shall file with
said assignee verified statements of their re
spective claims against said Insolvent on or
before the 20th day of August, A. D 1896
and any creditor failing so to do shall be
barred from receiving any dividend from said
insolvent's estate.
Further ordered that notice of this order
shall be given by publishing the same In the
St. Paul Globe, a daily newspaper printed
and published in said City of St. Paul on the
Ist and Bth days of August A. D. 1896 and
that a copy hereof shall be mailed to every
known creditor of said insolvent, and to said
Insolvent, on or before the 3d day of August
1896, properly enclosed and addressed with
postage prepaid.
Dated July 30, 1896.
WILLIAM LOUIS KELLY
. , Judge District Court
Aug. 1 and 8.
SITUATIONS WANTED— MaIe.
CLERK— Wanted, position as grocer's clerk
by experienced man. Address G. J. Ed
wards. General Delivery, St. Paul, Minn.
CLERK— Wanted, situation as clerk in hotel
by young man of 19; has had experience.
M„ 117 Granite st.
CLERK— Position wanted, by smart, well
educated young man ln wholesale house or
as clerk, A 1 references. Address W. W.,
975 Churchill ay., St. Paul.
DELIVERY CLERK— A young man of twen
ty-four years of age wishes position as de
livery clerk; can furnish horse and wagon;
well acquainted ln city. Address A. S. P.,
584 Pleasant ay.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy eighteen years old
wants work of any kind. Address 392 Erie
st, city.
EMPLOYMENT— Young man wants position
in wholesale house, with chance for pro
motion; high school education and A 1
references. Address W. W., 975 Churchill
ay.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy of sixteen would like
wprk of any kind. Address 388 Erie st
EMPLOYMENT— Boy of seventeen would like
work of any kind; would like to learn a
trade. Call or address 457 West Seventh st.
SHOEMAKER seeks situation in shoe store
as clerk, or on bench; eight years' experi
ence and best of references. H. J. Saunders
103 West Tenth, St. Paul.
SITUATIONS -WANTED- "BMALE.
NURSE — A girl wants place in some house
where there are children; ls willing to care
for them. Address No. 4 Phalen creek.
NURSE— Situation wanted as nurse; experi
enced, particularly in confinement cases
and children's sickness. Address Nurse, 392
North Exchange st, St. PauL
OFFICE WORK— A young lady of good ap
pearance desires a position doing ofllce
work. Address C 93, Globe.
SEWING wanted by competent dressmaker;
perfect satisfaction guaranteed; all kinds
of dresses; plain sewing; prices reason
able at present 238 Carroll st
SEWING — Dressmaker wishes work ln fam
ilies; perfect work guaranteed; reference;
work cheap at present Address 406
Grove st.
WASHING AND IRONING— Wanted, woman
would like washing and ironing; work called
for and delivered. Address Mrs. Black, gen
eral delivery.
WASHING AND SCRUBBING— Woman would
like to do washing or scrubbing, or any
kind of housework, by the day. Please call
at 198 East Tenth st.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES DAY WORK
where she can go home nights In bakery or
restaurant. Apply to 563 Jackson st, St.
Paul.
LOST AND FOUND.
PONY STRAYED— From Kittson pasture,
dark brown Shetland pony. Return to Bar
rett & Zimmerman, Midway stables, for
reward.
POCKETBOOK LOST— Containing a gold
chain, small change, a watch ticket and
the name Kate Flynn. Please return to
368 Wabasha, Allen's bakery, and receive
reward.
POCKETBOOK LOST— Lady's brown pocket
book, with monogram babe on outside, be
tween Wabasha and the Alden, on College
ay., Tuesday evening. Please return to Flat
3, Alden, and receive reward.
HORSE LOST— Lost, dark bay mare, three
years old; good condition; short mane; long
tail; both hind feet white. Henry Grunha
gen, 51 West Third st
$10 BILL LOST— A $10 bill in Shuneman~&
Evans' store between 3 and 5 o'clock Aug.
5. Finder please leave at store or 1139 Ray
mond st, St Anthony Park, and receive
liberal reward.
AFFIDAVIT LOST— Between Fourth and
Broadway and the Manhattan building, an
affidavit signed by Louis F. Ullrick. The
finder will please return to C. T. Speare,
care of Omaha Freight and receive reward.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE— Hotel kitchen and dining room
outfit, in good order. 35 East Seventh st.
AUCTION SALE of household goods on Sat
urday, Aug. 8, at 10 a. m., at 238 and
240 East Seventh st
DYE -WORKS.
KAHLERT A MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works, 244 East Seventh.
PROPOSALS BY BANKS FOR RE
CEIVING DEPOSITS OF CITY
MONEY.
St. Paul, Minn., July 31, 1836.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the Clerk of the City of St. Paul,
in the Court House in said City, until 12
o'clock noon of Aug. 17, A. D. 1896, from and
by national banks, state banks, private banks
and banks and banking institutions of other
kinds, and from and by such bankers as
desire to submit such proposals for receiving
deposits of the funds of the City of St. Paul,
as provided by law.
Said proposals will be opened and con
sidered by the Board of Aldermen, of the
said city, ln the City Hall, at 7:80 p. m.
August 18, 1896, and by the Assembly at
7:30 p. m., August 20, 1896.
Said proposals shall state what security
will be given to said City of St. Paul for
such funds as may be deposited by the City
Treasurer of said City acting in his official
capacity, and what Interest will be paid on
the monthly balances on the amounts so
deposited by said City Treasurer upon con
dition that said funds, with accrued interest,
shall be held subject to draft and payment
at all times on demand.
The amount deposited in any bank or
banking house is not to exceed the assessed
capital stock of said bank or banking house
as shall appear on the duplicate tax list
Before any national, state or private bank
or banker shall be designated as such de
pository, such bank or banker will be re
quired to deposit with such Treasurer a bond
payable to said City of St. Paul, and signed
by not less than five freeholders of the
City of St. Paul, as sureties, which bond
shall be approved by the City of St. Paul,
and shall be In such amount as said city
shall direct, which amount shall be at least
double the amount of funds to be deposited
with said bank or banker.
The money to be deposited in said bank
or banks, or with said banker, as above desig
nated, to be deposited in the name of the
City of St. Paul and to be held for said city
subject to the draft and demand of the City
Treasurer of the City of St. Paul.
The above advertisement ls made pursuant
to the direction and authorization of the
Common Council of the City of St. Paul,
by resolution duly passed, approved and
published.
MATT JENSEN,
City Clerk or the City of St. Paul.
Note— Bidders upon the above advertisement
will observe that the amount of security
that they propose to give must be named,
and that the deposits cannot exceed one-half
the amount of the bond to be given. Every
bank desiring city deposits after the new
bids are opened must respond to the above
advertisement and file a proper bid according
to tho provisions of the charter of the City
of St Paul.
July 31— Aug. 1 to 11.
$5,000.
NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS.
Notice Is hereby given that bids are invited
and will be received at the office of the
Village Recorder In the Village of Good Thun
der, County of Blue Earth and State of Minne
sota, until the 29th day of August, A. D. 1896,
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, for
the purchase of $5,000 water bonds of said
village, which said bonds have been duly
voted and authorized by the electors and
officers of said Village, for the purpose of
erecting a water works system ln said Vil
lage.
Said bonds to be Issued ln denominations of
$500 each, payable as follows:
Two of said bonds payable six years after
date, and two of the same to be made pay
able on the first day of February ln each year
thereafter, all to draw Interest at the rate
of six (6) per cent per annum. Interest pay
able annually.
The Village Council hereby reserve* the
right to reject any and all bids.
All bids must be accompanied by a certi
fied check, payable to the order of F. L.
Austin, Village Recorder of the Village of
Good Thunder, for the sum of $300, which
check will be forfeited in case of failure to
complete contract and will be returned with
any rejected bids.
Dated at the Village of Good Thunder
Minn., Aug. S, 1898.
F. L. AUSTIN,
Village Recorder of the Village of Qoei
Thunder.
AUCTION SALES.
A. G. Johnson, Auctioneer.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE ON SATURDAY, AT 10 A.
M.— l will sell at public auction, in the
stores Nos. 238 and 240 East Seventh St.,
on Saturday, Aug. 8, at 10 a. m., the con
tents of a twelve-room house, also the con
tents of a ten-room house, consisting of ele
gant oak bedroom suits, 3 fine parlor suits,
easy chairs and rockers, 2 hall trees, exten
sion tables, dining room chairs, wardrobes,
fine dressers, 6 new iron beds with spring
mattresses, a lot of fine dishes, glassware,
silverware, piano lamps, hanging lamps,
center tables, 2 refrigerators, 3 gasoline
stoves, 1 boy's printing press and type
(cost $50), a lot of steel engravings and oil
paintings; also body Brussels and ingrain
carpets, rugs, art squares, lace and che
nille curtains, table cloths, etc. If you
are looking for bargains. Dy all means at
tend this important sale; everything first
class. A. G. Johnson, auctioneer, 238 and
240 Eaßt Seventh st. N
Miscellaneous.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for G. A. R.
encampment at auction Saturday, Aug. 8,
at 10 a. m. 238 and 240 East Seventh st.
FOR RENT.
Hornsea.
HOUSES WANTED RIGHT AWAY; FUR
NISHED AND UNFURNISHED. BRING
THEM IN. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGEN
CY, GLOBE BUILDING.
WE HAVE TENANTS FOR GOOD HOUSES
NOW. COME AND SEE US IF YOU
HAVE THEM FOR RENT. TAYLOR'S
RENTING AGENCY
DO NOT""WAIT UNTIL TOO ?LATE.~ LIST
YOUR HOUSES NOW. TAYLOR'S RENT
ING AGENCY. GLOBE BUILDING.
J. W. SHEPARD. 94 EAST 4TH ST., RENTS
HOUSES. STORES, OFFICES, STEAM
HEATED APARTMENTS; COLLECTS
RENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS' AGENT.
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY — GLOBE
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES,
STORES. OFFICES, TAKE CHARGE OF
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKE COL
LECTIONS.
Koonu,
FIFTH ST., 234, WEST— First Floor— For
rent, excellent furnished rooms; all con
veniences and good locality.
ROOMS— For rent, two large front, second
floor rooms suitable for offices, dressmak-
Ing. at 188 East Seventh st.
SEVENTH ST., 151— Near Jackson— Furnished
front rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
also single rooms for gentlemen.
THIRD^ST., 257 "WEST— Corner SmitlTAv.—
Furnished rooms en suite or single for light
housekeeping.
UTOPIA— 493 St Peter St.— Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite; rates reasonable
for the summer; transients can be accom
modated.
Flats.
FLATS— Nice three, four and five-room flats
for rent cheap at 474 Rice st.
WANTED TO BUY.
TYPEWRITER— Want to buy typewriter,
second-handed; must be in good order.
Apply at once to J. S., 921 East Seventh.
FIICAJfCIAI.
?50 TO |EOO short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor, Globe building.
ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY, any
amount, on diamonds, watches, Jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriters, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's. 411 Robert st.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, piaDos,
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 Loap Co.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE— Meat market cheap; doing good
business. Address T 82, Globe.
FOR SALE— RIaIto European hotel, contaln
ing fifty rooms. 35 East Seventh st.
?600 WANTED— And treasurer for Al comedy
company; bookings made; travel in our own
car; carry Al band; 100 per cent profit In
two months guaranteed; answer quick. G
85, Globe.
IRON BEDS, CARPETS, BEDROOM SUITS,
parlor pieces, at auction Saturday, Aug. 8
at 10 a. m., at 238 and 240 East Seventh st!
|85 AVERAGE weekly income with $250 in
vested. Safe, conservative; prospectus
proofs free. F. Daly, 1293 Broadway, New
York.
PKHSOSAIS.
WANTED— JuIius Reil McCook to communT
cate with Lem Quillln immediately. Ad
dress Hotel Hibbing, Hibbing, Minn.
MRS. DR. MOSS, St. Paul's most popular
clairvoyant, should be consulted at once by
all who wish to better their condition of
life. 568 Wabasha st.
TOUPEES, wigs and switches made to order;
manicuring and scalp treatment. Mrs.
Schcllenberger, 32 East Sixth st.
MRS. DR. MACK, from Chicago, tub bath
and massage, manicure and chiropodist.
186 East Seventh st.
MADAME STEELE, card reader; prices, 25
and 60 .cents. 189 East Eighth st.; office
hours, 2 to 9 p. m.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— '
Madame Teltsworth; prices reduced 50
cents; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth
Btreet.
PROPOSALS FO^ERECTION OF SCHOOL
BUILDINGS, STEAM HEATING AND
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS — Depart
ment of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, July 13, 1896.—
SEALED PROPOSALS, Indorsed "Proposals
for election of school buildings, etc.," and
addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, Washington, D. C, will be received
at this Office until 1 o'clock p. m. of Aug.
18, 1896, for furnishing the necessary mate
rials and labor required ln the erection and
completion of the following buildings, etc..
at the Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak., viz:
One (1) brick school and assembly build
ing.
One 0) brick mess hall and kitchen,
Two (2) brick dormitory buildings,
One (1) brick boiler house, laundry, and
bakery,
Two (2) brick employees' quarters.
One (1) brick warehouse,
One a) Central steam heating and electrlo
light plant;
Also for furnishing the necessary materials
and labor required In the erection and com
pletion of the following buildings, etc., at
the Rosebud Agency, S. Dak., viz:
One (1) brick school and assembly build-
Ing.
Two (2) brick dormitory buildings.
One (1) brick mess hall and kitchen.
One (1) brick boiler house, laundry, and
bakery,
Two (2) brick employees' quarters.
One (1) brick warehouse.
One (1) brick work shop,
One (1) Central steam heating and electric
light plant, all la strict accordance with
plans, specifications and instructions to bid
ders, which may be examined a*, the Indian
Office, Washington, D. C, tho offices of the
"Globe," of St. Paul, Minn., the "Tribune,"
of Sioux City, lowa, the "World-Herald," of
Omaha, Nebr., the Pine Ridge Agency, S.
Dak., and the Rosebud Agency. S. Dak.
The Government will furnish all bricks re
quired in the construction of the above-men
tioned buildings, ln close proximity to the
building sites.
Bidders will state specifically In their bids
the proposed price for each building, etc.,
and the length of time required to complete
the work.
The right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids, or any part of any bid. If deemed for
the best interest of the service.
The attention of bidders ia invited to the
act of Congress approved August 1, 1892, en
titled: "An act relating to the limitation of
the hours of dally lervice of laborers and me
chanics employed upon the public works of
the United States 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 materials
and labor for tbe construction of public
works."
CERTIFIED CHECKS.
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 five 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 con
tract with good and sufficient sureties, other
wise to be returned to the bidder.
Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of a
certified check will not be considered.
D. M. BROWNING.
Commissioner.
•7
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
SEE
E. P. ROBERTS,
©5 East Fourth Street,
For your rents, real estate loans and lnsur
ance. I make a specialty of rents.
Miscellaneous.
"Sl* £ N J EN^STT^r^^ta^
cottage for sale cheap, or will be put in
snape to suit permanent tenant. The State
..Savings Bank, city.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
WANTED~to BUY=<Jood phartSST^teaiTlSr
_ca^ I _S^J^^tl^d^Js^ighth^Bt
SMALL TEAM for sale cheap at 20 West
Fourth st. '
William Cunningham & Co. and H. A
Winslow will sell Jointly Tuesday, Thursl
day and Saturday, at auction; al classes
always on hand; strictly commission con
signments solicited.
NEW CONSIGNMENTS of farm mares draft
horses and drivers Just received- --."
horse sold must be as represented or money
refunded; auction Wednesday and Saturday
references, First National bank, Columbia
National bank, Minneapolis, or any
commercial agency. Barrett & zim
me.ri??,n ' 20 Secona st. north, Minneapolis,
and Minnesota Tranrfer. St. Paul.
TO EICHASGE.
WE -.^ V . IL,I i trade y° u improved real estate
wild lands and cash for merchandise, etc!
F. J. Qers, 152 East Sixth st.
NEW GOODS for second-handT Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
BA .? GAINS ln furniture Saturday at 238 and
240 East Seventh st.
get ydur Roofing - and~cornicb
R °° flng and
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Of Resolution Adopted by the Com
mon Council of the City of St.
Paul.
A y F , No- *> 15 -By Mr. Reardon
h£sZ %' tbe C,ty Clerk be - and «• «■
E«m? T greeted to furnish to all peddlers
holding licenses and those hereafter licensed,
a badge or card, to be placed oil the basket
0 ", or °^ her vehlcle - <> m the booth
™,„^f d ,° f v such Pedd^** 1 ". representing tbe
1 ™t*", ° f h . e ' lcense «* each such peddler?
as contemplated by section No. 698 of the
ordinance of 1896.
Adopted by the Assembly July 16, 1896.
T^-Messrs Craig. Daly, Kirke, Krahm-
Pr'esideTt-9 Reardon. Thompson. Mr.
Nays— o.
lg^dopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 4,
Yeas-Aid. Bell. Bigelow, Donahower, Kal
dunski, ■ Kenny, Larsen. Lindahl, Markham.
Shepard, Mr. Vice President— 10.
, Nays— o.
Approved Aug. 6, 1896.
__ O. H. AROSIN,
President of the Assembly*
xr, t, „ E - L. ALLARD,
matt^nsen'! 1 the * M ot Aldermen -
City Clerk.
Aug. 8.
DIRECTORY OF THE
MM Business in
OF ST. PAUL.
The following is published dally for the
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the jniblic generally. It includes all the
trades and professions, and cannot fail t»
prove of interest to all who intend transact
ing business in St. PauL
— ■=•
Anniemtnti.
Metropolitan, Sixth, near Robert st "
Grand, 81xth and St Peter streets.
Btxak's Tivoll, Bridge Square. Concert eveo
lngs and Sunday matinee. Admission free.
Bakeries.
Thauwald Bros.. 863-855 Seventh st
C»t Rate rickets. " *
Corbett's, 169 East Third st ~ * ~
Edwards, 173 Third st. 839 Robert st
CHmUus. ■
Ransom A Horton, 99-101 Bast Slath.
Commliiiou Merchanta,
MeGulre ft Mulrooney, 77-79 East 3d st. """ '
C. C. Emerson ft Co., 26 East Third st
Thuet ft McNamee, 95 East Third st
De Camp ft Beyer. 129 East Third st
Dore ft Redpath, 70 and 72 East- Third -et
R. E. Cobb. 31-33 East Third st
E*tre»i and bturagc.
Kent's Express and Storage Cempany, 221 W.
Seventh st Cheapest and best
Green Vegetable*-..''
Tnbbeslng Bros., 100 East Third.at
Grocers.
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
sts., and 486-488 East Seventh st.
Hotel*.
Grand Central, corner Seventh and* Wabasha.
Loans on Watches, Diamond*. 1 ar*T
Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert. Room L
Laundries.
The Elk. 61 West Third st. Tel. 268.
Mill** and Cream.
H. Stebblng (Como). 367 Dayton ay. All cows
guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
Hews aad Stationery.
Charles L. Neumann. 224 West Seventh st.
Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water HeatT
McQuillan Bros.. 183 Western cv.
Sheet Metal Workers, Stoves "»ad
Hardware.
Karst ft Breher. 183 West Third st
Confectioners. -Wholesale.
McFadden-Mullen Co.. 55 to 69 East 3d st
Undertakers.
Theo. Banker, corner West 7th and 6th sts.
Wholesale Wmei anil Llquo.-s.
B. Simon. 297-299 East Seventh »t
j CS /^^^M^de a well
THE GRIIT \J--^Yi |r | \-^Vr
HINDOO REMEDY \&rXrs\ / *^>^-vJ
FBODVCSS THS ABOVE -/ \ <T M
UESL'LTS la SO DATS. Cures all Y^JhL b^/
Nervous Diseases. FailSiijr Memory, V *f V*X
Paresis, Sleeplessness, Nightly Km!-.- 1
•lons, etc., caused by past abuses, gives vigor and rtis*
to shrunken organs, and quickly l«7t surely restores
Lost Manhood in old or young. Ea«tly carried in vest
pocket. Price SI.OO a package. Six forfS.OO v iih ■
wrltlen ruarantre to eyre or money refunded. Don't
vuyan imitation, but Insist on having I.MIAIH*. II
your druggist has not got It. we will send it prepaid.
Oriental MediaalCo^Froy*., CWeaco, 111., er »r a*e-><s.
SOLD by W. A. Frost & Co., Dn.t-gists, S. E. co r .
Cth St. Minnesota sis.. ST PAUL^MINN.
BLOOD POISON
A BKCIALTY£%&
,arjr -. B i^* OD **»«©» permanently
cured in 15 t035 day s. Ton can be treated at
no me i for same price under some aruaran
ty. If yea prefer to come here wo will con
tract topay railroad fnreandbotelbl!l»,and
Eocnarge.it we fail tucure. If you have taken mer
cury, lodide potash, and still have aches and
pains. Mucous Patche* in mouth, Sore Throat,
Pimples, Copper Colored Spot*, Cl cera on
any part of tho body, Hair or Eyebrows fallin™
cut, It ls this Secondary BLOOD POISON
c guarantee to cure. We solicit the most obsti
nate cases and challenge tho world for a
£ a 2S *K.f an -???, c, y*^' ™ 3 di-ease has always
named th« skill of the most eminent physi
cians. 8500,000 capital behind our urcondl,
t jns! guaranty. Absolute proofs sent gpa^d osr
*>t>Uca«lon. Addrp.»s COOK REMEDY OCL.
Xlf Afcusulc X*;iapie. CHICAGO. fl.Jn n

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