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*W\\W OF BAPTISTS
RKI'ORTS SUBMITTED AT THE AN
NUAL STATE CON
VENTION.
MISSIONS DOING MUCH GOOD.
\ GRATIFYING TNCREASE IN THE IN
FLIEXfE OF THE SO
CIETY.
PAPERS ON MISSIONARY TOPICS.
Meeting of the Baptist State Edu
cational Society This Morn
ing.
Yesterday's sessions of the state con
vention of Baotist churches in the
First Baptist church were largely at
tended by St. Paul people and many
from out of town, as the delegates con
tinued to arrive all day. In the morn
ing committees were appointed as fol
lows:
Enrollment— Rev. C. G. Poole, J. B. Utton,
H. C. Drake.
Nominate Officers, Trustees and Standing
Committees of the Convention — A. F. Gale,
Olaf Bodien, Rev. N. H. Byers, S. A. Myd
dleton, R. C. Mosher, M. B. Crutchell, J. W.
Brush. Rev. E. R. D. Holllnsted.
Arrangements for the Present Session — Rev.
\ J. W. Cooler, I). D. ; Rev. C. T. HUsley, Rev.
O. L. Anderson.
Nominate Trustees of Board of Visitory of
Pillsbury Academy and Directors for Min
ne.-'L>ta Baptist Educational Society— T. S.
Tompkins, E. B. Jones. M. Larson.
Plate and Preacher for Next Anniversary-
Rev. \V. EL Travis, Rev. J. D. Rumsey, Z.
D. Graham.
Resolutions— Revs. E. S. Van Ness, G.
Melbv. A. O. Stevens.
Finance— Deacon J. H. Randall, Dr. J. W.
Ford. Rev. W. W. Dawley.
Advisory Association Members— T. W. Pow
ell, C. R. Upton, Rev. W. C. Andrews. N. N.
Smart. J. C. Halbert, Rev. G. L. Conley, J.
H. Irish. K. Nelson and J. Peterson.
» The report of Women's Home Mis
sion committee was read by Mrs. H. D.
Gates, and showed the large amount
of good work done by the women of
the state churches. Reports from
leaders were given by Mrs. H. F. Stil
well. Miss A. Celia Morford. Miss
Marie Olson and Mrs. W. S. Barrett.
There- have been eight new "What I
Can" societies formed this year and $500
raised by the young women
members. It is expected by the young
women that they will raise $1,000 this
"'year. Rev. McKinney gave an inter
esting address of district missionary
work in Southwestern Minnesota.
Mission work among the Germans was
the subject of a talk by Miss Hannah
Sells, who gave some incidents of the
work among the Germans of Philadel
phia. Mrs. E. M. Van Duzee read a
paper on "Woman and the Church" by
(. the late Mrs. E. F. Drake.
In the afternoon Rev. G. H. Gamble
greeted the new pastors and the re
sponse was by Rev. W. G. Trower. De
~, votional exercises were led by Mrs.. J.
H. Randall, who afterward read the
report of the W. F. M. committee,
which had been prepared by Mrs. F. B.
Lathrop. The report was of a most en
couraging nature and gave a bright
outlook for the future. Greetings and
the work of the "Father Lights" were
given by Mrs. M. L. L'Amereaux, of
the W. B. F. M. society of Western
China. An illustration of the primary
lesson was given by Mrs. T. S. Tom
kins, and Miss Emma Iveen gave an
illustration of life and customs in
'__ iWestern China, assisted by three
"-young women and a boy in Chinese
costume. They carried on an enter
taining conversation ln the Chinese
language. Miss Kidder read some let
ters from Minnesota Missionaries
which were of interest and H. C.
Mabie D. D., made the closing address.
At the evening session Miss Alcott's
chorus of 30 voices opened the exercises
c.nd then the report of the state con
vention board was given by Rev. E.
R. Pope, corresponding secretary, who
said in part:
The missionary work of the year has been
carried on by missionary pastors, students
lor th<? ministry supplying churches during
-the summer months and district missionaries.
Their labors have been abundant and arduous,
and they have cause to rejoice in a goodly
degree of material and spiritual prosperity
on their respective fields. Altogether,
forty-two brethren have served the conven
tion as missionaries. Only twenty-three,
however, have continued through the entire
year. These brethren have served thirty
seven churches, twenty-six of which have
been helped all the year. Only nine churches
have had no out stations connected with
thorn, and these are located ln cities and
larger places. During the summer months
ten young men have been serving as many
churches. All of these young men have been
at work in smaller towns and villages, all
but two, however, In places on railroads;
three of them have worked ln the southern
and four ln the northern portion of the state.
The churches served by them have a mem
, bership of 337 and an aggregate average con
gregation of 495. Ten persons have been
baptized, and good results have been achieved
on all of the fields. One of the churches
was served part of the year by a pastor,
and for three months by a student. Forty
six churches ln all have been located as fol
lows: Five In St. Paul, five ln Minneapolis,
three In Duluth, one in Stillwater, one in
Red Wing, one in Little Falls, one In Sauk
Center, seven in other places of over 1,000
inhabitants, fourteen in smaller railroad
towns and eight in country places.
These churches were distributed over the
state as follows: Four in the First Congre
gational district, 7 ln second district, 7 ln the
third district, 7 in Fourth. 5 ln Fifth, 11 in
Sixth, 5 in Seventh. The line of the H. &
D. division of the C, M. & St. P. R. R. di
vides the sta.;*, north "Ut4 south, int.o two
parta nearly equal ln population, and south
of this line, including St. Paul, there have
been twenty-one mission churches, and north
of lt, including Minneapolis, twenty-five.
During the year eight brethren have served as
district missionaries. E. A. Lundln, district
missionary of the Northeastern Swedish asso
ciation, resigned Jan. 1, to accept the pas
torate of the First Swedish church ln Du-.
luth. Re*. A. Blomgren was chosen in his
stead. Jan. 1 Rev. M. Berglund was ap
pointed district missionary for Northeastern
""Minnesota. At the same time Rev. E. R.
McKinney was appointed for Southwestern
-Minnesota. Besides these brethren. Rev.
Knute Nelson among the Norwegians, Rev.
N. L. Christiansen, among the Danes; Rev.
:XJ. Larsen, among the Norwegians in Polk
county, and Rev. C. C. Langlotz among the
Germans, have continued at work through
out the year.
The superintendent and corresponding sec
retary have been employed all the year. The
work done may be expressed In figures as
follows: Churches and places visited, 118;
visits made to the churches, 185; associations
attended, 10; sermons preached, 135; addresses
delivered. 39; letters sent, 5.608; miles trav
eled. 15,596; expenses for traveling, |177.15.
The summary of the year's work ls 61
workers employed. 46 churches served, 44
* out-statlons occupied, 6,250 sermons preached.
3.220 average congregations, 3,108 membership
of mission churches, which Is 17 per cent of
the Baptist membership of the state; 272
baptized. Money raised by the mission
churches for all purposes, $30,716.90, of which
$2,636.07 was given to the various objects of
denominational beneficence.
Hon. J. D. Rockefeller gave $1,000 to pay
missionary salary ln th« iron range, where
he owns mines.
Rev. M. Berglaund told of the needs
End wants in the iron regions where
he has been stationed since Jan. 1. He
rave an interesting account of the law
lessness of the people among whom
he works and told of the work in the
state and how ha had organized the
"work among the miners.
Rev. G. F. Holt spoke on the "Value
of State Missions" and told of the
growth of the mission work in other
etates and of Its need in Minnesota. He
said that the work to be done in the
next few years would have an in
fluence on the future of the state, and
advised those interested to look out
for its interests in Minnesota rather
. than in other parts of the country or
fn other countries. Today's programme
ls as follows:
8:00 — Conference of women's home mIF n
? workers.
9:00 — Opening s«rvlee^ report of nominating
_ emmittfe; election of officers.
tsls— Report of home mission committee, J.
W. Conley. D. D.; address, Rev. H. F.
Stilwell.
9:4s— Report of foreign mission committee,
Rev. G. F. Holt: address, Rev. F. Peter
son.
10:15 — Addresses. "A Denominational Paper
in Every Home," Rev. O. A. Stevens. Edward
Goodman.
10:45— Report board Pillsbury Academy vis
itors. A. O. Williams, D. D. Discussion—
"What Minnesota Baptists Owe to Their
Academy;" opened by T. W. Powell, D. D.
Meeting of Minnesota Baptist Education So
ciety —
11:30— Report of secretary, Rev. R. C.
Mosher; business; address, "The Practical
Value of an Education Society," Rev. J.
Herman Randall.
12:1 5 — Ad jo v m ment.
2:15 — Reports of committees, obituaries, res
olutions, treasurer's report, finance, important
topics in reDort of board; business.
3 :CO— Report of committee on spiritual state
of the churches, C. N. Hunt; devotional
service, C. N. Hunt.
3:3o— "Words From Our Workers," Revs.
G. L. Conley, C. E. Oberg, N. L. Christian
sen, A. Blomgren, H. Kaaz, O. L. Anderson,
N. H. Byers. K. A. Myers.
4:l6— Poem. "Minnesota for Christ," Alex.
Barnes.
4:30 — Report of visitor to Chicago university.
J. W. Conley, D. D.
4:40 — "America as a Mission Field," W. R.
Harper. Ph. D.
s:3o— Meeting by B. Y. P. U. board.
7:30 — Service of song, led by double quar
tette.
7:45 — Address, "Work Among the Swedes,"
Rev. E. Sandell.
B:oo— Address, "Work Among the Norweg
ians," Rev. K. Nelson.
8:15 — Collection for state work.
B:3o— Address, "Short and Long Pastorates,"
O. A. WiUiams, D. D.
8:50 — Address, "Committee on Systematic
Beneficence," 11. C. Mabie, D. D.
LOYAL LEGION PROGRAMME.
Cd. Hicks Reads a Paper on tlie
Fall of Fort Donelxon.
The Loyal Legion, Minnesota com
mandery, held its first stated meeting
of the season at the Ryan last night.
The attendance was, as usual, large,
many Minneapolis companions being
present. In accordance .with the regu
lar programme, ths^ commandery held
a business session at 6:30 p. m., at
which Dennis Hannifan, of Bismarck,
N. D., was elected a member of the
first class. Dinner was served in the
ladies' ordinary at 7:30, after which the
companions listened to the paper of the
evening, by Senior Vice Commander
Maj. Henry G. Hicks, of Minneapolis.
The subject of Maj. Hicks' paper was
"Fort Donelson."
It proved to be a most interesting ac
count of the capture of the Confederate
stronghold on the Cumberland, replete
as it was with personal observations
and reminiscences of Gen. Grant, Gen.
C. P. Smith, Gen. Lew Wallace and
other noted commanders, and thrilling
and pathetic Episodes of the storming
of the fort.
Col. McCord, who belonged to an
Illinois regiment, engaged at Fort Don
elson, entertained the companions with
the recital of other interesting and ex
citing events that attended the famous
and important victory achieved by the
Union forces.
Col. C. E. Page, of the Third United
States infantry, related the amusing ex
perience he encountered upon his trans
fer from an artillery battery to the
Third United States infantry, with the
rank of second lieutenant. It was upon
this occasion that he first met Brig.
Gen. Charles F. Smith, who was then
the colonel of the Third infantry. Gen.
Smith was taken ill just before the bat
tle of Pittsburg Landing and died soon
afterward.
The closing address of the. evening
was delivered by Rev. Dudley W.
Rhodes, of St. John's church, who paid
an eloquent tribute to the heroism and
genius of the great commanders on
both sides of the conflict.
Among the guests of the evening
were Gen. L. A. Grant, of Minneapolis;
Capt. H. M. Stocking, Rev. D. W.
Rhodes and Maurice Auerbach, of St.
Paul, and Lieut. J. F. Dean, United
States army, aid to Brig. Gen, John R.
Brooke.
Gen. Brooke, the commander, pre
sided.
GAVE A SMOKE SOCIAL.
Twentieth Century Clnb Dedicates
Its New Quarters.
The Twentieth Century club, a re
cently instituted social organization
composed of the younger business men
of St. Paul, formally opened Its new
quarters in the Arrol building, No. 48
East Fourth street, last evening with
a smoke social. The object of the club
ls to afford its members an opportunity
and a place for good fellowship, and
to this end its quarters have been hand
somely fitted up in all of the essentials
pertaining to club life. The entire
third floor of the building has been
leased by the club, and apportioned
into a reception room, library and read
ing room, ball room, and not least
among the provisions is a well stocked
buffet. The different rooms are thor
oughly appointed in furnishings and
drapery, arranged with an exhibition
of taste which produces a decidedly
pretty effect, though not in the least
conflicting with the comfort of the
surroundings.
About fifty of the club members and
their friends were present at the enter
tainment of last evening. A. L. Brown,
president of the club, delivered an ad
dress of welcome to the guests of the
occasion, sufficiently interspersed with
humor to make if one of the happy
numbers of the informal programme.
While those present enjoyed the sooth
ing influences of fragrant Havanas, the
following musical programme was ren
dered: Piano solo, Prof. Wheaton;
vocal solo. Prof. Reynolds; mandolin
and guitar duet, Messrs. Chapin and
Preston; vocal solo, Louis Nash; piano
solo, Frank Seibert; vocal solo, J. La
tourelle; vocal solo, C. Bollinger.
The club has under consideration an
entertainment for the near future, when
its quarters will be opened to ladies.
The officers of the club are A. L. Brown,
president; E. W. Wilson, vice president;
W. H. Kieffer, secretary; A. Mlesen,
treasurer; H. Gogne, sergeant-at-arms';
directors, G. A. Mairs and H. C. Lind
ner.
MAY REINSTATE O'NEILL.
Mayor Doran Thinking; Over the Of
ficer's Case.
Patrolman WilWam O'Neill, who
fatally wounded Martin McDonough
while the latter was trying to escape
arrest, will, in all probability, be re
instated upon the police force. The
grand jury, after a full investigation
of the case, found no bill against
O'Neill, and the latter was thereupon
discharged. Mayor Doran, when asked
yesterday whether he intended to re
instate O'Neill, who is now under sus
pension, answered:
"The probabilities are that O'Neill
will be reinstated, though the question
is not finally settled as yet. Yesterday
Mrs. McDonough, the mother of the j
young man whom O'Neill shot, called
on me, and made certain verbal
charges against the officer, declaring
that O'Neill had clubbed her boy
severely before shooting him and that
the officer's assault was unprovoked
and unjustifiable. I Informed Mrs. Mc-
Donough that I should require more
than her mere allegations that the of
ficer was unwarranted in his conduct.
She must substantiate them before I
can take any action in the matter, and
will be allowed a reasonable time in
which to present her testimony."
THE SOLDIERS' MONUMENT.
A Fall Attendance of All Interested
Is Requested.
. It is earnestly desired that everyone
who is interested in the project of a
soldier's monument, to be erected by
the ladies of St. Paul, will attend the
meeting called by Mrs. R. M. Newport,
president of the ladies' association, for
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the par
lors of the Dayton Avenue Presby
terian church, corner of Dayton and
Mackubin. The purpose of the meet
ing is to consider the best means of
carrying on such a work as the ladies
propose. Advice and suggestions are
desired, and, if any who are interested
in the work but are unable to attend
will communicate their ideas to the
president by letter their suggestions
will be gratefully received.
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1896
ASKING QUESTIONS.
IT IS A WOMAN'S PREROGATIVE,
AND SHE USES IT.
Timely Questions and Prompt Answers
Have Resulted in Great Satisfaction to
Many Women.
Sensitive women hate to ask their
physicians those delicate questions that
only a woman understands, and there
fore write to Mrs. '^'fc>^'«sQK
at Lynn,
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that their i Va
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and answered by one "
of their own sex. Thousands of such
letters have been received within a
few months from those afflicted with
the various forms of female diseases,
and it is needless to say the answers
have brought comfort and relief.
That sense of dragging in the groin,
dull pains in small of back, retention,
suppression of menses, bearing-down
pains, headache, nervousness, blues,
etc. , are symptoms that require prompt
measures.
The cure is, in most cases, rapid.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
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PROPOSALS FOR THE EREC
TION AND CONSTRUCTION OF
A NEW SCHOOL BUILDING.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 16, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals
will be received at the offlce of the Mayor of
the City of St. Paul, up to 2 o'clock p. m.
on the Ist day of October, A. D. 1896, for the
erection and construction of a new sohool
building to be erected on lots numbered 11 to
20, inclusive, of block 4, of Gray's addition
to McKenty's outlots, in the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, Including the necessary plumbing
and a heating plant and apparatus, all of
the same shall be based on plans and speci
fications for the doing of said work now on
file and open for Inspection, at the offlce of
the Architect, C. H. Johnson, 712 Manhattan
Building, St. Paul, Minn.
Separate proposals will be received for the
doing of each class of work, for the erection
and construction of the building proper; for
the plumbing, and for the heating plant and
apparatus.
All proposals must be presented at said
office on or before the time mentioned, secure
ly sealed and marked, "Proposals for New
School Building."
The amount appropriated by the Common
Council is $15,000.00 for the construction and
completion of this building.
All proposals must be accompanied with a
bond, with at 'east two sureties, ln a sum
at least 20 per cent of the amount bid, or
a certified check of 10 per cent of the amount,
payabln to Chas. L. Horst, City Treasurer,
conditioned upon the execution of the con
tract if awarded. No bid will be considered
unless accompanied by said bond or certified
check.
When the contract is made, a second bond
will be required conforming to the require
ments of law. 4 The contract will be awarded
to the lowest responsible bidder therefor, but
the committee reserves the right, for good
and sufficient cause, to reject any and all bids
F. B. DORAN,
Mayor of the City of St. Paul.
E. J. ABBOTT,
President Board of School Inspectors.
Sept. 17, 24, Oct 14.
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE DEPART
MENT APPARATUS AND SUP
PLIES.
Office Board of Pire Commissioners,
St. Paul. Oct. 6. 1896.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Board of Fire Commissioners at their office
corner Eighth and Minnesota, until Oct. 13,
1896, at 4 o'clock p. m., for furnishing and
delivering to the flre department the follow
ing apparatus and supplies, to wit:
HOSE.
Four thousand (4,000) feet rubber steam flre
engine hose, 2%-inch internal diameter, 4-ply,
with 5-ply capped ends, fitted all complete
with Caswell's automatic coupling, Hlghbee
patent thread. Must be either of White An
chor or Maltese Cross brand. Said hose to
be delivered In the City of St. Paul within
thirty days after award of contract, and
guaranteed to perform thrse years of serv
ice (from date of going Into service) under
any pressure that may be applied to It by
any steam fire engine In the service of said
city during said term of three years.
One thousand (1,000) feet of chemical engine
rubber hose, of same brands as above, with
out couplings.
SUPPLY WAGONS AND HOSE
WAGON.
Three supply wagons, to be built and
equipped according to specifications there
for, copies of which can be obtained from
the Chief Engineer at the offlce of the Board.
One (1) one-horse hose wagon, to be built
and equipped according to specifications there
for, copies of which can be obtained from
the Chief Engineer at the offlce of the Board.
COIL.
One coil for boiler of extra first size Ahren's
i steam fire engine, with top and bottom con
nections, the same to be delivered free of
charge on board at St. Paul.
LUMBER.
Five thousand six hundred and fifty (5 650)
feet 4-lnch quarter-sawed yellow pine; four
pieces 2x6x6 white pine; twenty-nine thou
sand one hundred and six (29,106) feet white
pine. The dimensions and specifications of
above lumber can be obtained from tbe Chief
Engineer of the department.
All apparatus, hose and supplies must be
delivered In the City of St. Paul, free of any
charges thereon, and when satisfactorily
tested by the Chief Engineer, will be received
by the Commissioners for the city.
Proper bonds will be required for faithful
performance of contract.
- The Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Bids must be Indorsed "Proposals for fire
apparatus and supplies," and directed to th*
undersigned. By order of the Board
Oct 7 to lt LFRED S - "^ *"*» *
Look Out for Stolen Team. Making
South!
DAWSON, Minn.. Oct. 6, 1896.
One sorrel bald face mare with one ear
notched and one white hind foot; one brown
mare with heavy mane and tall, both fore
locks clipped; with breast collar harness
About seven to eight years old. Double' end
spring, single top buggy.
Man about 5 feet 9 inches high, light sandy
mustache, dark blue clothes, and light blue
cap; gold chain with a piece of leather at
tached. State gives $200 reward.
W. H. COONS. Deputy Sheriff.
I Lac Qui Parle County.
WANTS Mi BE LEFT
At the following; locations for Inser
tion in the Daily und Sunday Globe,
■nt the anme niies as are charged by
the mum oilier.
' ~ ,
HAMLINKfT"" '
Hamline Pharmacy i. J)rug Store
750 SNELLING AVENUE.
DAYTON'S lUjUIfF!'.
Sever Westby <• .>Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD -3TKHBT.
LOWER TOWS. '
William K. Collier .;..... -Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SUBLK,Y.
Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Marrill •-:.... .Kews Stand
448' BROADW&Y. 9
MERRIAM F^RK^ T ~
A. L. Woolsey '....-.. .Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR ' 'AVENUES.
ST. ASTHO.W HILL. „ .
Emil Bull Druggist
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost & 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 a> 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 Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD STREETS.
A. T. Hall.._ :....Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
UPPER TOWN.
s - ?• Reeves ••••• Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C- J™ Heller.. Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
™ ,t( £-;. •••• Dru 8 Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
_ „ 496 RICE STREET.
' tPat,-*"-; 0^ Dru * Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. WJncott & Go Druir Store
CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
ARLINGTON HILLS! ~
c - R- Marelius Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
"WEST SEVEJfTH STREET.
A- & G- A - Schumacher". ...Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET/
J. J. Mullen " Drug Store
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
UNIOJT PARK.
C - w Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
SITUATIONS OFFERED-MALE.
BARTENDER— Wanted, flrst-clasT bartender ;
one that speaks French preferred; also
colored cook for lunch Patsy
Conroy, 49 West Third st.
BOY wanted with some experience at tinner
trade at North Star Roofflng and Cornice
Co., Eagle St., near Sever} Corners.
DELIVERY DRlVEß— Wantfed, strong young
man to drive light delivery for wholesale
commission house. 134 East Third st.
SALESMEN— Wanted at once, tiree experi
enced salesmen; good men only. Apply
at 776 Simpson ay.. Hamline.
TINNER wanted at GOO St.V*Reter st.
TINNERS— Wanted, three tinners for out-of
town work ; Germans preferred. Apply Far
well, Ozmun, Kirk & Co.
$30 WEEKLY and expenses. Inexperienced
men less, to show our cigars; best Induce
ments to dealers. Folk, Ritchie & Co., St.
Louis.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets J650,000; 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— An active man at $12.00 weekly
and expenses; no fortune hunter wanted;
will guarantee permanent position If right.'
If interested address quickly "Manufac
turer." P. Q. Box 5,308, Boston, Mass.
$75 TO $150 SALARY and expenses to salesT
men for cigars ; experience unnecessary ;
special Inducements to customers. W L
Kline & Co., St. Loulg.
WANTED— 3OO young men tl attend tha
Globe Business College, Endicott building
day and evening sessions; students can
earn board. Call or write for circulars.
SITUATIONS OFFERED— FEMALE.
COOK— Wanted, good vegetable cook; one
used to restaurant work. 15 East Fifth st.
DRESSMAKER— Wanted, a first-class dress
maker; one to cut and fit; also apprentice
girls to learn dressmaking; please call at
once. 93 West Seventh st, Room 6.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, a good, strong wom
an; must understand plain cooking; no
washing nor ironing. 349 North Washington
St., opposite Rice park.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, a girl ,ior general
housework, with references. 251 Summit
place. , ;
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, good glfl for gen
eral housework; small family. ff>3 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, a girl to- do" light
housework; easy place. CWI or Address 393
Olive st. ->.
HOUSE WORK-Girl for. light 'housework.
Call at 88 East Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK - Girl" wanted" for general
housework. Call at 562 Roljert st.
HOUSBKEBPER-WantedTa ladjfcompetent
to take-charge of house and' children. Apnly
for further particulars, 122- Endicott Arcade.
LAUNDRESS-Wanted. a^mpt^nl~lp"un^
dress, with city references. Apply at 366
Summit ay., between 12 and 2--oMlock.
' -3 , 00 y° un K ladieVto attend~the
Globe Business College, . Endicott building
day and evening classes; students can earn
board. Call or write for circulars.
WAITRESSES — Wanted, two competent wait
resses; no others need apply. 22 East Sixth
AUCTION SALES.
A. G. Johnson, Auctioneer.
SALE WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14 AT 10 A M —
I will sell at public auction, in the sales
room, Nos. 238 and 240 East Seventh st the
contents of an . eight-room house, consisting
of bedroom suites. springs, mattresses
bureaus, commodes, iron beds pillows
quilts wardrobes, parlor sultß, easy chairs'
hall trees, extension tables, dining room
chairs, sideboard, fine couch, center tables
books, pictures, etc., three very fine heating
stoves, one six-bole cooking range, cooking
utensils, dishes, glassware, etc. This is a
nice, clean lot of goods, and must be sold
parties leaving the city. A. G. Johnson'
Auctioneer, 238 and 240 East Seventh st.
THREE square heating stoves at auction
Wednesday at 10 a. m., corner Seventh and
Wacouta sts. ,_.
FINANCIAL.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company
seventh floor. Globe building.
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 J, Flr»t National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
_Mlnnesota Mortgage Loan "Co.
' Jv- ' S 3PB
h a.
FOR SALH. ,:
CLOVER HULLER— For sale, cone Gaar,
Scott & Co. clover huller ln good condi
tion; very cheap. Wm. £F. Pteper, River
Falls. Wis. it
EIGHT ROOMS of furniture at auction Wed
nesday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.' m., at 238 and
East Seventh at, corner Wacouta st.
BOARD OFFERED^
— V; r,
BOARD— Furnished rooms a«d board; all con
venlences. 136 West Fourth st v
BOARD— Pleasant furnished.' rooms and first
class board; fine location; honie cooking;
near Selby ay. cars; references. 155 Nina'
ay.
INSTRUCTION.
PROF. J. REMER'S DANCING ACADEMY
Oxford hall. Tenth and St. Peter sts. Class
meets Monday and Friday evenings; office
hours, 3 to 8.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
ATTENTION is called to the auction sale of
household goods Wednesday,. Oct. 14, at 10
a. m., 238 and 240 East Seventh st.
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE.
ADVERTISING AGENT, thirty-five years
old, ten years' experience In the advertis
ing business, wishes a position either on
'•ommlsslon or salary, as advertising agent,
traveling salesman or to handle some good
patent jrlght Address R 2, GlobsN
A BOY of 18 years wants work of any kind.
Address 392 Erie st.
CLERK In a gents' store wants work; good
references; German- American ; work on
trial ; eight years' experience. Address
Nick Heger, Shakopee, Minn.
CLERK— Young man wishes position in gro
cery store; nine years' experience. P. H.
b | E., 512J3t. Peter at. __
CLERK — Young man wants situation as a
clerk in retail or wholesale house; best of
references. Address J. P., 421 Daly St.,
city.
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, work of any kind
by married man. Address E., 81 South
.Robert, Room 29.
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, "work of any kind,
fr6m 9 a. m. to 3 or 4 .p. m. ; painter by
trade. Cunningham, 113 West Seventh,
EMPLOYMENT— .Boy of seventeen years
would like position of any kind. Call E. T.,
_j419 Winslow st , West St Paul. Minn.
EMPLOYMENT— Strong boy, sixteen years of
age, would like position of any kind; good
experience and can furnish good reference.
Address H. A„ 117 West Winifred, West St.
Paul, Minn.
ENGlNEEß— Situation wanted by a mar
ried man as engineer or fireman ln some
steam-heating plant; best of references;
license and all things necessary. Apply or
address 594 Ohio st., city.
FARM WORK— Young married couple, with
out children, would like to work on farm,
in private family, or cooking; best of ref
erences. Address J. Fletcher, care General
Delivery, St. Paul.
HOUSE CLEANlNG— Situation wanted to
clean houses, stores and offices; also to
wash and Iron ln families. Address Work,
2518 Twenty-four and a half ay. south,
Minneapolis.
JEWELER— Wanted, by a young man of 20,
position in a jrwelry store; has had two
years' experience; can furnish tools and
bench; also best of references; will work
for small wages. H. A. 8., 255 Iglehart st.
JANITOR— Wanted, by a colored man, posi
tion as janitor. Call or address 204 Martin st.
JANITOR— Wanted, by a responsible man, a
furnished dwelling to take care of during
winter season. E. Grate, city.
MACHINIST— Wanted, work by yoang man
as machinist; two years' experience; lathe
work preferred. J. S., 74 East Fairfield ay.
OFFICE WORK— A boy of 16 would like
situation in office- has had experience.
"Address J. H. R., 668 Randolph st, city.
PHARMACIST wants a situation, register
ed; also a graduate; twelve years' experi
ence; speaks two (2) languages; capable ot
taking full charge; best of references. Ad
dress Ph. Q,. 237 Grove St., St. Paul, Minn.
PHARMACIST, registered, is open to en
gagement; thoroughly experienced manager
and prescription clerk; A 1 references;
moderate wages. Address Druggist, 108
West Tenth st.
PHARMACIST — Registered Scandinavian
pharmacist wants situation at once; seven
years' experience; married; a permanent
place desired; can give reference. Address
F 15, Globe.
PHARMACIST, registered, requires position;
thoroughly competent manager and pre
scription clerk; Al references; will work
cheap for winter. Pharmacist, 103 West
Tenth st
PORTER— A married man of 29 years would
like position as porter or any kind of
work. Address W. 8., 242 Eagle st.
OFFICE WORK— Young man of twenty wants
situation; office work preferred; references'
from present employer. Address E. F. L.,
750 Jessie St., city.
WORK FOR BOARD— A respectable youn»
man would like work of any kind in ex
change for board. F 16, Globe.
WORK FOR BOARD-Wanted, place to work
for board and room by a boy of sixteen,
who understands horses. Address Hotel
Glenwood.
WORK FOR BOARD— A young man wants a
place to work for his board while attending
school. J. Bryant.
WORK— First-class furniture and hardwood
finisher must have work of some kind
married man. Address J. S., 1275 Beech st
YOUNG MAN of 17 would like work of any
; kind; best of references. Address B. H. G.
681 Wabasha st.
SITUATIONS "WANTED— FEMALE.
CHAMBER WORK-Two young ladies wish
to get a respectable place doing ohamber
work; will board at home. Address, stat
lng wages, A. A. 15, Globe.
COMPOSITOR— Wanted, by a young lady, a
position as compositor; no objection to
leaving the city. Address N3, Globe.
DRESSMAKER— Competent dressmaker wish
es a few more engagements ln families;
guarantee good satisfaction. Flat 8, Fore
_paugh' block, Seven corners.
DRESSMAKER— Competent dressmaker wants
a few more engagements In families. Good
work guaranteed. 341 Magnolia st.
DRESSMAKING — Competent dressmaker
wants a few more engagements in families;
good work guaranteed. Flat 8, Forepaugh
Block, Seven Corners.
DRESSMAKING — Dressmaker wants work in
families; fit guaranteed; prices reasonable;
McDowell system. 1017 Earl st
DRESSMAKER wishes a few more engage
ments in families; perfect fit guaranteed;
reference given. Address 406 Grove st.
DRESSMAKING— Wanted, to do dressmaking
in exchange for day board. Miss Devine,
general delivery.
DRESSMAKER wishes work in families; per
fect fit guaranteed; reference. Address 406
Grove st.
EMPLOYMENT— A widow lady wishes some
work of some kind to do, as she has to
support three children. Please give her
some washing or scrubbing. Please call at
727 Charles st. Mrs. Keger.
EMPLOYMENT— A Scandinavian widow
wishes any kind of work by the day; restau
rant or hotel preferred. Please call or ad
dress 643% Canada st.
HOUSEKEEPER— MiddIe-aged woman, thor
cughly competent, neat and reliable, de
sires position as housekeeper for gentle
man; understand and enjoy care of chil
dren; will go anywhere; references «x
--changed. Z 3, Globe.
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, position as house
keeper by an experienced person. Address
Housekeeper, 448 East Ninth st.
HOUSEWORK-Wanted, position doing gen
eral housework or housekeeping. Address
1016 Burr st.
NURSE GlßL— Young girl wants place as
nurse for young child; can teach German.
Call or address 684 Summit ay.
OFFICE WORK— A young, refined lady would
- like a place In a dental office or office of
some kind. Address J. G., 556 St. Anthony
ay.-
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, by lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter; wages no
object Address O 7, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER— An expert lady stenogra
pher, five years' experience In lumber, grain
and law work, desires position ; A 1 refer
ences from present employer. Address
Stenographer, 402 Endicott Building.
TEACHER— Wanted, by middle-aged lady,
situation as French teacher, governess or
any position of trust. Address Mme.
Virj Chasse, Postofflce, St Paul.
WASHING — Wanted, washing and Ironing to
take home. Call or address Mra. C. J., 281
Williams st.
WASHING — A woman wants t« do washing
and housecleanlng. 281 East Seventh at,
corner Rosabel, up stairs.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENSES.
City Clerk'a Office,
St Paul, Minn., Oct 6, 1896.
To Whom It May Concern:
, Notice la 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:
Emmert William, northeast corner Cas
cade and Richmond streets.
Emmert, William, 1183 West Seventh
street.
Bremer, Adolph, northeast corner Fair
field and State streets.
Miesen, A., 352 East Seventh street.
O'Connor, P. D., 411 Robert street
Puffe, Edward, 90 Concord street.
Lauder, A. H., 870 Payne avenue.
Now, therefore, notice is further given,
that the said applications will be heard and
considered by the undersigned at said offlce
in the City Hall, on the 22d day of October,
A. D. 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m:, where all
persons interested may appear and will be
heard.
MATT JENSEN, City Clark.
Oct. 6 and 14.
FOR BENT.
.House..
J '^ W .- SHEPARD, 94 EAST FOURTH ST..
RENTS HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES,
STEAM-HEATED APARTMENTS; COL
_LgCTgJtENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS' AGT.
HOUSES— For rent, 489 Holly ay., 12 rooms;
modern residence; $60 per month. 696 Van
Buren st., 5 rooms; $8 per month. "The
Argyle," live-room, steam-heated apart
ment; references required. Apply to J. J.
Watson, Germania Life Building.
Rooms.
ST. PETER " ST., "673^For rent, furnished
rront room in modern house; grate, gas and
bath,
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Miscellaneous.
78KX128V4 ON .TENKS ST., with comfortable
cottage, for sale cheap, or will be put In
shape to suit permanent tenant. The State
Sav'ngs Bank, city.
LOST AND FOUND.
WATCH CHARM-Lost, between Town and
Country club and Seven Corners, Oriental
watch charm with black ribbon. Suitable
reward If returned to No. 146 Smith ay.
DOG FOUND— Young dog of St. Bernard
breed; owner can have same by proving
_Jgj_.Pj-ytPg a" costs. Inquire 655 Pine st.
GLASSES LOST— A pair of nose glasses~on
Thursday, between Wabasha ts. and St. Al
bans. Liberal reward If returned. Lsave
at Globe offlce.
MARES LOST— Or strayed, two mares, one
black and one gray; black mare had halter
on when last seen; return to 268 West Fill
more ay.. West St. Paul, and receive re
ward. A. T. Rosen.
COW LOST— A cow on Saturday, Oct. S, red
with a long white stripe on the back.
Finder will inquire at 747 Stewart ay., cor
ner of Bay st.
PUP LOST— From 741 Case st., black curly
pup, two months old: reward If returned.
ST. BERNARD DOG LOST-A St. Bernard
dog; age Aye months. Finder call at 330
Simpson ay. and receive reward.
HORSE FOUND— A sorrel horse with white
face found by Charles Lehmann, one mile
south of Kohlman's lake, on Arcade st.
ST. BERNARD DOG LOST— Large St. Ber
nard dog, regularly marked, full white col
lar; name Prince; light orange color. A
reward will be paid by returining to 131
East Fifth Bt.
POCKETBOOK LOST-The one who picked
up my pocketbook during noon hour yes
terday, containing $25 in paper money, will
please return and receive liberal reward
no questions will be asked. Call TalcotL
422 East Eighth st.
TIDY LOST— Hemstitched tidy on Seventh
st Finder return to 274 Ramsey and re
ward will be given.
ST. BERNARD DOG LOST— Young St. Ber
nard dog in the Midway district. Return
to 830 Simpson ay. for reward.
SETTER LOST-A yellow and white-spotted
setter, with brass collar and Yale lock
Finder return to 932 York st, and receive
reward.
RECEIPT BOOKS LOST— Two drayman's re^
celpt books. Finder will be liberally re
warded by returning to 313 St. Peter st J
■ Kartack.
PERSONAL.
RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— Madame Teits
worth; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
TUB BATHS and expert massage. Anna
Mack, from Chicago, 186 East Seventh st.
A NICE LOT of hall rugs at auction Wednes
day at 238 and 240 East Seventh st.
MME. LAURETTA'S BATH PARLORS—Mas
sage scientifically given for rheumatism.
112 West Seventh st., second floor.
BATHS— Alcohol, medicated and vapor; ex
pert massagists. Dr. Stella Fremont, 803
Jackson st.
CLAIRVOYANT.
RETURNED-MAE .ROMAINE, Clairvoyant
business and developing medium. Correct
advice on business changes, love, marriage
separations, law suits, etc.; reunites the
separated, causes speedy and happy mar
riages, removes evil influences, family
troubles and Jealousy. Those wishing cor
rect and reliable advice should not fall to
call. Letters with stamp answered. Hours
9 to 9 dally and Sunday. Parlors 21 East
College ay.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
$85 AVERAGE weekly net income with $250
Invested; safe, conservative; prospectus
proofs, free. F. Daly, 1293 Broadway, New
York.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN'S HORSE
auction and commission stables at Midway
Minnesota Transfer, St Paul, Minn.; the
largest horao dealers In the Northwest.
DYE WORKS.
KAHLERT & MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works, 244 East Seventh st.
TO EXCHANGE.
NEW OOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
PROPOSALS - (1-2342) - FOR ARMY SUP
PLIES — Office Chief Commissary, Army
Building, corner Second and Robert Streets
St. Paul, Minn., October 10, 1896.— SEALED
PROPOSALS, In triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received at this
office and at the offlce of the Commissary at
posts In the Department of Dakota, until 11-30
o'clock a. m., November 9, 1896, at which
time and places they will be opened ln pres
ence of bidders, for supplying certain mili
tary posts In this department with fresh beef
and mutton, for the period from January 1
to June 30, 1897. The .fresh beef shall be
good In quality and condition, fit for imme
diate use, and from fore and hind quarter
meats proportionally, including .all the best
cuts thereof. The fresh mutton shall be of
good, fat and marketable quality, from weth
ers over one and under three years old. Beef
and mutton to be dressed and trimmed as
prescribed 1n the circular of instructions to
bidders. PROPOSALS WILL BE ALSO RE
CEIVED STATING THE PRICE AT WHICH
THE BIDDER WILL DELIVER FRESH
BEEF OR MUTTON OF THE CHARACTER
ABOVE STATED. AND TO BE DELIVERED
OF TEMPERATURE NOT GREATER THAN
50 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. For further in
formation apply to this offlce or to any com
missary for his respective post. Preference
will be given to articles of domestic produc
tion or manufacture, conditions of quality and
price (including In the price of foreign pro
ductions or manufacture the duty thereon)
being equal. With the consent of the bidder
to whom award ls made, an Increased quan
tity may be accepted at time of award. The
government reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Proposals should be enclosed in
sealed envelopes, and marked "Proposals for
Fresh Beef and Mutton."— JNO. J. CLAGUE
Major and Commissary, Chief Commissary!
Dept. of Dakota.
CONTRACT WORK— SEWER ON CHARLES
STREET.
Office of the Commissioner of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct 12, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Commis
sioner of Public Works ln and for the corpora
tion of the city of St Paul, Minnesota, at his
offlce in said city, until 2 p. m. on the 22d
day of October, A. D. 1896, for the construc
tion of a sewer on Charles street, from Arun
del street to Mackubin street, ln said city,
according to plans and specifications on file
in the office of said Commissioner.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, ln a
sum 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 Commissioner.
The said Commissioner reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
JOHN COPELAND,
Official: Commissioner.
JOHN C. MUELLER,
Clerk Commissioner of Public Works.
Oct. 13-23.
CONTRACT WORK— SEWER ON IGLEHART
STREET.
Offlce of the Commissioner of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 12. 1896!
Sealed bids will be received by the Commis
sioner of Public Works in and for the corpora
tion of the city of St Paul. Minnesota, at his
offlce In said city, until 2 p. m. on the 22d
day of October, A. D. 1896, for the construc
tion of a sewer on Iglehart street, from Fair
view avenue to Wheeler avenue, In said city,
according to plans and specifications on file
In the offlce of said Commissioner.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, ln a
gum 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 Commissioner.
The said Commissioner reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
JOHN COPELAND,
Official: Commissioner.
JOHN C. MUELLER,
. Clerk Commissioner of PuWlc Works.
Oct 13-28.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
trains Zeave and Arrive St. Faul
as Follows:
Union D*pot, Stbl«y st .
y^^/TICKEF^FFICE,
kgSgK EAST THIRD STREET.
Union Station, St. Paul
Milwaukee Depot. Minneapolis
Dining and Pullman Cars on — ST~ PACT —
JV lnni peg and^oast Trains Leave. Arrive
'Pacific Mail (dally) : Farsro, Boze- " " "
man, Butte, Helena, Missoula,
Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle and
Portland 2:45 Dm 5-vs nm
Dakota Ex|.res S fdly):Moorhe'ad; 3 -53pm
Fareo. Jamest'n, Fergus Falls
Wahpeton. Crookstoli. Grand
Forks Grafton. Winnipeg. ... SKWpm 7:10 am
Fargo Local (dly. ex. Sun.) : St
Cloud, Brainerd and Fargo.. .. 9:00 am 5:25 pm
JjJpM Xlclc.t Offices:
(JM^ 396 Robert St., Cor. 6th,
<mB& ('Phone 480). and Union Depot.
Leave, j tEx. Sunday. 'Dally Arrive
lICHICAUOIiI
tlO :loam .Duhitn. Superior. Ashland. +s i.**pm
*11 :00nm . Duluth and Superior. . . . «*B :soam
•10 :05amSu City. Omaha & Kan. City *6 :KpS
tl0:0oamE more, Su Falls. Pipestone t6:sspm
+ tn pm ;«- ankato ' New L,m - Tra cy- tl0:00am
«o :osam Watertown, Huron. Pierre. t6:ssnm
"8 : WSio.ix City. Omaha, Kan. Cy. *7 :25«ni
*H^lnpm Onlifnnilw In Throe Days" »7:-*sutn
~~tffiZ ■■•■c-'K.E-r o-p-r.ce.
iMsSSSSr 1 " p*-*
RA UJ^ EAST THIRD ST. Li 142.
Leave. «Daily, tExcEPT Sunpat Arrive."
tH:3»am Breck. Division & Branches t.V-tfnm
tf :30am FVus Falls Div. & Branches +B: lspm
+s:3opni Willmarvia St. Cloud. +10 -45 am
*7:45pm Breck.. Farcro.Gd.Fs.Woeg *7-s*)am
•3:oopm Montana & Pacific Coast.. *6-"ODm
•8:15 pm St. Cloud, Crksfn, Gd. F'ks •7:lsam.
t4:4- pm Excelsior & Hutchinson ... t9 :4oam
EASTERN HHWiIESOTA-e. W. RY.
•n-'-Onni} »«'uth. West Superior i S*!fiS
..upm i ) *7:j''am
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Pauilailroal
Lv. St P. Ar, St. P.
Chicago "Day" Express.. 18:15 am tlo :10pm
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex... *2 :55pm •11:35 am
Ch cagi "Fast Mail" •6:55pm *2 :oopm
Chicago "Vestibule" Lim. *8 :10pm *7-51 am
Chicago via Dubuque t4:sopm 111:00 am
Dubuque vii La Crosse... 18:15 am +10:10pm
Peoria via Mason City *ll:00am
St. Louis and Kansas City. •B:3sam *6:35nm
Miibank and Way +B:2Cam « :30 pm
Aberdeen and Dakota Ex. •7:ospm *B :lsam
t Dal l y -„ , +E , x - Sun - tEx. Sat «fEx. Mon.
For full Information, call at Ticket Office.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
Ticket Offlce: Robert St., cor. sth St. Phone 15a
. t^ £ ralns i e aye from St. Paul Union Depot.
* Daily. t Except Sunday. Leave. Arrive.
Dubuque, Chicago, Waterloo, ( t7.30 am t7.28 pm
Marshalltown, Dcs Moines,-! *B.lopm *7.45 am
St. Joseph and Kansas City.. (»B.lopai -»1.55 pm
Dodge Centre Local *3.55 imi »9.50 am
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R.~r!
Leave Arrive '
61. Paul. *Dally. tEx. Sunday. St. Paul.
* tffe m. DULUTH" *mZ!Z
'nl^mW. SUPERIOR. Jg^g
From Union Depot. CITY TICKET OFFICE.
396 Robert Street.
M., ST. P. & S. S. IW/r. R.
Union Station.
Leave. | EAST. 1 Arrive"
6:45 p m Atlantio Limited Dally. 3:3.) a m
0:05 a m Rninelander Local, ex. Sun. 6:30 p m
WEST.
0:05 a m Paciflc Limited, Daily fl-30 p m
From Minneapolis, Glen
-6:05 p m wood Local, except Sunday. 10:41 am
B^urlingtonToute.
Leaves Union Depot for Chicago, St.
Louis and down river points 8:15 a. m.
Arrives from Chicago 2:15 p. m. except
Sunday. Leaves Union Depot for Chicago and
Sl Louis 8:35 p. m. Arrives from same points
7: 45 a. m. daily,
WISCONSIN CENTRAL
City Offlce, i>73 Robert Street 'Phone No. i9I.
All Tri!n« n«ii«- Leave Arrive
Ail 1 rains Dally. St. Paul, st Paul,
Eau Claire. Chippewa")
Falls, Ashland, Hur- ':3Ca.m. S:lsa.m.
ley, Oshkosh.Milwau- J- and and
kee, Waukesha, Chi- '-4Cp.nl. •a:asp.m.
cago. East and South J
•Arrive 7:3) p. m, on Sundays.
M. * ST. Is. DEPOT— Broadway Jk 4th.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R
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PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
DAMS AND SHORE PROTECTIONS ON
UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER. U. S. Engineer
Office, Rock Island, 111., October 10, 1896.
Sealed proposals, ln duplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 a. m. November 10, 1896,
and then publicly opened, for construction of
dams and shore protections (1) between Reeds
Landing, Minn., and Trempealeau, Wis.; (2)
between Dubuque and Clinton, la.; (3) be
tween Rock Island, 111., and Muscatine, la.
--(4) between Keithsburg, 111., and Nashville,
la. ; (5) between Hamburg. 111., and mouth
of Illinois River. Information furnished on
application to Lt- Col. W. R. KING, Corps
Engrs.
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