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SOO ROAD li FACTOR
Ii IS 6ITISG OTHEK I,I>ES TO Tlliu
BAST A UVBLY COW.
TEST.
MET RATES FOR A FEW HQUFS,
•THEN THE OTlk'KJi LnnSfl TOOK
DOWN THIp RE PLACAJUM I OK
A REST.
n.UI H RATES ALSO BADLY C IT.
Stiiin- 'i'i'»;il)!eNCiue S.ond A'.:nsn!ici'9
a Uci'iTiixc of Two Cents on
Itntes xo Seaboard.
Tfciee roads, the Milwaukee, the
C; ai Western and the Minneapolis &
Pi. Louis, yesterday placed tickets on
Bale from St. Paul to Eastern Canada
and New England points, a.t a rate of
one fare for the round trip, the rate
being applied to meet the rates of the
Son line. The tickets were on sale for
6 or S hcuitf viic-n all the Chicago-St.
Fau! tinea came to the conclusion that
it would 1.-c wiser to hold off for awhile
loi <,' :' or until further advices could be
received from Chairman Caldwell. The
local agents held a meeting at Uwi
Ryan, and it was decided to withdraw
the rates temporarily, and another
meeting wOl be held at 11 o'clock this
morning to further consider the mat
ter. It is not likely that the rates will
he restored, for two reasons: First, the
Chiea.gr.-St. Paul lines have not as yet
BC-cured the co-operation of the Eastern
Traffic lines, and without them the
excursion business might as well drop;
second, the Soo has had four days start
of the other lines, and the business is
about exhausted, or will be by the time
the red tape necessary to get the con-
Bent of the Joint Traffic and the East
ern Traffic association lines has been
secured. This morning's meeting will
settle the question. If the local agents
decide to reinstate the cut rate, all
lines will join the competition.
It is not at all probable that the Joint
Traffic association will concede the
point asked, and allow the Western
lines, through their Eastern connec
tions, to add New England territory to
the Canadian excursions, which leaves
the Soo line master of the situation.
The Grand Trunk was willing to co
operate with the Western lines, but
the Joint association refused this,
which gives rise to the charge that it
is discriminating in favor of the Cana
dian Pacific, and refusing to allow
Western roads to make the best of
traffic which is legitimately theirs. The
temptation which surrounds the Grand
/Trunk to break away from the Joint
r Traffic association and stand its share
of the reductions is very great. It
would have a monopoly on Western
business for a while at least.
FI.OIR RATES, TOO.
Cut Is Likewise Made la Freight
Figures.
It was generally reported yesterday
that the Soo had applied the knife to
fi eight rates as well as to passenger,
and/ that that line had cut the
Kastbound tariff on flour, Min
neapolis to the seacoast, from
30 to 88 cents, thereby caus
ing ihr> newly reorganized Western
Freight association its first real alarm.
If the cut is true, the board of man
agers will have before them the first
problem of any magnitude to settle,
for the Soo, being independent, can
carry tho war on to any point it sees
fit. The Soo, of course, operates in con
junction with the Canadian Pacific in
Canada, and as the Canadian Pacific
is supposed to be a member In good
standing of the Eastern Traffic associa
tion, the other members are wondering
how long it will be before the Canadian
Pacific lives up to its agreements.
But little flour is moving East from
Minneapolis at this time of the year.
Many of the mills in that city have
shut down, at least temporarily, and
all lines are making a strong bid for
the traffic that is left. If the Wisconsin
Central should cut in and use its new
ferry connections via Mnnitowoc, there
would be merry times.
Assistant fJe-neral Freight Agent
Parker of the Soo, seen yesterday af
ternoon by a reporter for the Globe
said that he had not heard of the al
leged cut, and that if it was in effect,
he did not know it.
X. P.'S FREE ACKKS.
•Tulk of an litveKtlgnlioH Into Ac
tivity in Provias I p.
NEW York, -Doc. 17.— 1t is charged
by the World, in its Washing-ton di.s
patch today, that during the past year
more than twelve million acres of pub
lic lands have been patented to the
Northern Pacific railroad and that the
f?er,eral land office has practically sur
rendered itself to this corporation. It
is further charged that the Northern
Pa<iflc obtained four-fifths of all the
land patented during the year and the
Huntington road.s nearly the whole of
the other fifth. Eighteen other land-
Brant road.s received but 177.979 acres.
The territory transferred to the North
ern Paeifte within the year, it is point
ed out, is greater thin Massachusetts,
New Hampshire and Rhode Island
combined. In the thirty year's pre
vious to Commissioner Lamoreux's ad
ministration, but little over two and a
quarter million acres were patented to
this company. These facts are said
to have so startled Secretary Francis
that he has notified the land office
that he will approve no more selec
tions of land by the Northern Pacific.
It is reported that the receivers of the
load actually presented to the circuit
court in Wisconsin a bill for $152, .XX)
for expenses incurred in expediting the
issuance of patents. It is more than
probable that a congressional investi
gation wiil result, although the roads
are said to have taken every step to
prevent it. John H. Knight* of Wis
consin, i 3 said to be behind the scheme.
It is charged that two clerks from St.
Paul were sent here by the Northern
Pacific to assist the land office la ex
pediting- matters.
CALIFORNIA RATES.
Ito::<i» Xo< Abl<» to Discover Any Sc-
rious Demoralization.
CHICAGO, Dec. 17.— A meeting of the
California lines was called today at the
office of Chairman Caldwcll, for the
purpose of considering reported de
moralization in, California rates. Th->
charge \va;; made by some of the roads
i heir joint competitors have been
in the habit of late of granting free
Ing car transportation to parties
going through to the coast. This, if
true, means a reduction of about $15
in the regular rates. The meeting was
Is Beeston ail of the afternoon and
fipally camrf to the conclusion that
there was n-o demoralization in the bus
iness worth noticing and the meeting
adjourned aft^r all the roads repre
sented had agreed to keep rigidly to
the propositions of the agreement cov
ering the transcontinental business.
Negotiations are now in progress be
tween the Soo line and the roads of the
Western Passenger asociation which
may lead to the settlement of the dif
ferences between the roads. It is pro
posed to give the Soo an outlet via
Chicago and Manitowcc which wiii
place it on an equality with the roada
■hipping across Lake Michigan via Mll-
waukee and Manitowoc. The negotia
tions have not as yet progressed very
far, but an earnest effort will be made
to settle all the troubles in this manner
or in a way similar.
There is no probability whatever that
the roads of the Joint Traffic associa
tion will agree to share in the reduc
tions necessary to meet the competition
of the Soo line in the payment of its
excessive commissions on excursion
business from Western Canadian points
to points in Eastern Canada and New
Ei glancL No reply has as yet been
received by the Western roads to their
request that the Joint Traffic associa
tion help them to meet the competition
and the time is now so short that by
the time the Eastern lines decide to
assist, even. If ihey do so decide, all of
the greater portion of the business will
have been contracted for.
STEW FREIGHT MAN HE.
Burton Johnson, the "Wisconsin
Central's Latest Find.
Barton Johnson, an assistant general freight
agent of the Chicago & Northwestern Rail
way company, will become general freight
agent oi the Wisconsin Central lines Jan. 4,
to succeed J. C. Mackinnon, resigned.
Mr. Johnson, who grew up on the North
western, is about thirty-eight years of age
and a thorough freight traffic man. He was
for years an assistant general freight agont
of the Northwestern, in full charge of the
freight business on the northern end of he
system, in Wisconsin and Michigan.
On the appointment of a son of Marvin
Hughitt to the position of assistant freight
agent. Mr. Johnson was placed in charge of
the business on the lowa lines of the road.
Ho is perfectly familiar with traffic in the
territory through which the Central passes.
Harry Horn Promoted.
1 Harry J. Horn will succeed J. D. Finn as
superintendent of the Montana division of the
Northern Pacific, Mr. Finn going to Duluth
as superintendent of the terminal property.
Mr. Horn is now supervisor of bridges for
the Northern Pacific and his home is in St.
Paul. He is a son of Attorney H. Horn.
Hi nor lUitlwny Notes.
Nic Vanderpoole, general traveling agent
of the New York Central, is in the city.
George E. Abbott, general agent of the
pasenger department of the Union Pacific, is
in the city.
The railroad and warehouse commission
left yesterday to go over certain branches of
the Duluth. Missabe & Northern, complaints
having been made of the infrequency of sta
tions and the unsafe condition of one or two
bridges.
JOHH BOLL JARRED
"TIGHT LITTLE ISLAXD" SHAKES
BY A SERIES OF EARTH
QLAIvE SHOCKSk
BIG BUILDINGS RACKED.
LONDON, Dec. 17— Great Britain is in
the threes of a genuine and unpre
cedented sensation. An earthquake,
the most violent ever experienced in
this country, has shaken every shire
from Durham to Surrey, and from Lon
don to the Welsh coast. The subter
ranean disturbance was first noticed
at about 5:30 o'clock this morning, and
lasted from four to thirty seconds. At
many points two distinct shocks were
experienced.
The most severe shocks were felt at
Cheltenham Lane, Ledbury and Dean
Forest. The earth-shaking was ac
companied by a loud, rushing sound.
Buildings were violently shaken, furni
ture was shifted, doors were thrown
open and pictures and other ornaments
were upset. The inhabitants were
panic-stricken and fled from their
houses.
The earthquake also visited Birming
ham and other various points in Shrop
shire and was so violent in Worcester
and the county surrounding that city.
Houses rocked and furniture was over
turned.
The shocks were followed by a trem
or of the earth, and were accompanied
by a rumbling sound. The greatest
alarm prevailed everywhere. Chimneys
were overthrown, and windows, etc.,
were smashed.
At some points, persons on the coun
try roads were thrown down and a
number of people were thrown out of
their beds.
Hereford cathedral was Injured.
There thft dull rumbling beneath the
j earth's surface was followed by two
j leud crashes and a terrible lifting and
I rocking. The panic at Hereford was
J so great that one woman died of fright.
j The people rushed wildly into the
i streets. Many chimneys fell crashing
i Into the thorouhgfares, and all the
j plnacles of St. Nicholas church toppled
over and part of the pinacle of the
cathedral fell to the ground.
At Liverpool, the earthquake was
j preceded by heavy thunder and a fear
i ful^ hail storm.
In London, the earthquake was only
slightly felt. A singular phenomenon
occurred at Bridgenorth, near Shrews
bury, previous to the disturbance. The
streets seemed to be on fire, and there
was a violent report, accompanied by
a shaking of the earth.
People who were going abroad in that
vicinity say that they were for a time
unable to walk, owing to the vibra
tions.
j There was very great excitement
] among the rustics about Poole, who
' thought that the end of the world had
Houses shook for nearly a minute
i at Bristol and Clifton, causing much
i alarm in those districts.
The railroads employes at Crewer re
! port that they felt the rails oscillate.
; At Ehresbam, the shock was followed
; by a brilliant light in the sky.
Up to Tuesday, the weather in Kag
i land was unusually mild; but on Tu».
--j day, there was a sudden change to
[ severe frost, which was followed by
dense fogs and snow on Wednesday.
In the mining districts it was at first
thought that the shocks were the re
j suit of colliery explosions.
The disturbance was experienced
| with great violence at Warwick Castle,
i The earl of Warwick was awakened,
j and felt his bed lifted as though by
some force beneath it, and the furni
ture of his room was shifted
The inhabitants of Slcugh were
| awakened by a shock so severe that
j they thought the Middlesec powder
! factory had exploded. A large are-a of
■ ground sank near Stockport, and at
I Mclton-Mowbray the noise which ac
• oompanied the earthquake shock re-
I st-mbled a discharge of gun cotton un
der water. Many curious experiences
were reported in connection with the
j earthquake.
Deaths From Plagrne.
BOMBAY. Dec. 17.— 1t Ss officially an
nounced here ifcat there have been 3,511 cases
of bubonic plague in this city, and 1,094
deaths from that disease up to dat?. The
exodus from Bombay continues. It is stated
200,000 persons have fled from the city.
Cretiit Voted.
PARIS. Dee. 17.— Tho chamber of deputies
today adopted the credit asked to roeet the
expense* of the visit of the czar and czarina
to Paris by a vote cf 49G to 21, after rejecting
by a vote of 346 to 13fi. a pocialtat amendment
to add 1o the credit the sum of 4,0C0,000 francs
to be devoted to the assistance of the un
employed.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A.
SEWER ON CHARLES STREET.
Office of the Board of Pubik- Works
City of St. Paul. Minn., Dec. 17, 1595.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of tho City of St. Paul. Minne
sota, will meet at their office, in said city, at
1 p. in., on tho 24th day cf December, A. D.
MIS, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the construction
of a sewer on Charles street, from Arundel
street to Maekubin street, in said city, on the
property benefited thereby, amounting in the
aggregate to $1,216.00.
All persons Interested are hereby notified
to be present at raid time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be. heard.
R. L. GORMAN,
President.
Official:
\V. T. ERWIN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Deo. It.
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, FRIDAY, UECJSIttmSH 15, 1893.
WOMAN'S INFLUENCE.
The influence of women upon tho
civilization of the world, could Bevttf
be measured.
Because of her, thrones hare been
established and destroyed. The flash
of her eye, the touch of her hand, and
we have the marvellous power of
women, glorious in the possession of
perfect physical health.
Lydia E. Pinkham, by her wonder
ful discovery of the *k.
" Vegetable Com- /fofßo
pound," has , done
much to place this Rss§! Ir&WV
great power in J^fsT
the hands of /ffj(jkJ^^£\\
She has lifted C y fllPfcfr*^ J
thousands &Ti &^j*sZ*^F^G/y^^^^^
thousands out / JQjfi/jf V jWB
of the misery AssS! V&m
that follow V i I / /IV
diseases of 'vvi? V l / IP
•tores natural SSlr \f
cheerfulness, de
stroys despondency, cures backache,
strengthens the muscles, restores the
womb to its normal condition, and yon
are changed from a physical wreck to
the joy of your home and friends.
By the way — the leading druggists
tell us that the demand for Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
simply beyond their power of under
standing, and what is best of all, it
does the work and cures where the
best physicians utterly faiL
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A
SEWER ON IGLEHART STREET.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
Ciiy of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The B&ard of Public Works in and for tho
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at
2. p. m. , on the 24th day of December, A. D.
1656, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the construction of
a sewer on Iglehart street, from Fairview
avenue to Wheeler avenue, in said city, on
the property benefited thereby, amounting iv
the aggregate to $659.30.
All persons, interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be heard.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
W. F. ERVVIN, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. 18.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION, RE
LAYING AND REPAIRING WOODEN
SIDEWALKS, ESTIMATE NO. S, 1896.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of Sr. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at
2 p. m. on the 28th day of December, A. D.
1596, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the construction,
relaying and repairing wooden sidewalks.
Estimate No. 3, under contract of Thomas
Reilly, for the term beginning April 1. 1896,
and endfhg Nov. 1, 1896, on Arcade street.
Coliins street, Fifth street, Forrest street,
Grove stieet, Greenbriar avenue-. Jessamine
street, John street, Kittson street, Lafayet;e
avenue, Locust street, Jiinnehaha street, Neill
street, North street. Pine street, Reaney
street, Sixth street, Van Siyke (.'ourt, Whitall
street. Willius street, in said city, on the
property benefited thereby, amounting in the
aggregate to $2,424.16.
Ai) persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be heard.
R. L. GORMAN.
Official: President.
W. F. ERWIN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec.lß.
ASSE3SMENT~"FOR ON' E-M VIA
STREET. BETWEEN WESTERN AVE
NUE AND C, M. & ST. P. R. R.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at
2 p. m., on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1897,
to make an assessment of benefits, damages,
costs and expenses arising from condemning
and taking an easement in the land abutting
on Emma street, between Western avenue
and C. M. & St. P. R. R., in «aid city, nec
essary to construct the slopes for cuts and
fills in grading said street, between said
points, to the established grade thereof as
shown by the profile of said grade on file
in the office of the Register of Deeds in and
for Ramsey County, and in the office of the
City Engineer, said slopes to extend I' 4
feet on said land for every foot of cut or
fill as indicated on the plan of aald slopes on
file in the office of said Board, in said city, on
the property benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and plaoe of making
said assessment, and will be he^rd.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
W. F. ERWIN, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. ]8.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF X
SEWER ON WALTHAM AVENUE AND
ST. ANTHONY AVENUE.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17. 1596.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office, in said city, at
2 p. m.. on the 24th day of December, A. D.
1896, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from me construction
ct a sewer on Walt.ham avenue, commencing
at the end of present sewer on Laurel avenue,
to St. Anthony avenue; thenca along St." An
thony avenue easterly to Fairview avenue, in
said city, on the property benefited thereby
amounting in the aggregate to $354.60.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of niak
u*& a**u and wi'i be heard.
R. L. GORMAN.
President.
Official:
W. F. ERWIN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. 18.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTING, RE
LAYING AND REPAIRING CEMENT
SIDEWALKS— ESTIMATE NO. 4, 1896.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn.. Dec. 17, IS9G.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city at 2
p. in., on the 28th day of December, A. D.
18%, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from constructing, re
laying and repairing cement sidewalks. Esti
mate No. 4, under contract of Utley B. Cur
tis, for term beginning April 1, 1806, and
end'iig November 1, 1896, on Fifth street,
Forbes street, Goodrich avenue. Jackson
street, Lincoln avenue, Minnesota street, I
Oakland avenue, Robert street. Tenth street, I
Broadway street end Waeouta street, in said \
city on the property benefited thereby, j
amounting in the aggregate to $2,503.32.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and piace of mak
ing said assessment, and will "be heard.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official:
W. F. ERWIN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. 38.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTING RE
LAYING AND REPAIRING WOODEX
SIDEWALKS— ESTIMATE NO. 2, 1596.
Office of the Beard of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn.. Dec. 17, 1896.
The Board of Public Works In and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city at 2
p. m., on the 28th day cf December,' A. D.
1896. to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from constructing, re
laying and repairing wooden sidewalks, Esti
mate. No. 2, under contract of Thomas Rallly
for term beginning April 1 1896, and end
ing November 1, 189fi. on Arcade street, Blair
street, Charles street. Como avenue, Ed
mund street, Forest street, Franklin street,
Hudson avenue, Lafayette avenue, Seventh
street, Simpson avenue, St. Peter street,
Thomas? street. Twelfth street, Van Bureii
strent, Virginia avenue and South Wabasha
street, in said rity on the property benefited
thereby, amounting in the aggregate to
$4,65)7.13.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of mak
ing said" assessment, and will be heard.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official :
W. F. ERWIN,
Clerk Board of Public Worka.
Dee. U.
Articles of Incorporation of F. B.
Fararo and Company,
We, the undersigned, do hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of form
ing a corporation under the laws of the
State of Minnesota, and tor that purpose do
agree upon and adopt and sign the follow
ing Articles of Incorporation:
Article I.— The name of thl» corporation
shall be F. B. Fargo and Company, and the
general nature of its business shall be the
manufacture and sale of all kinds of cream
ery machinery and supplies and the erection
and equipping of creameries and cheese fac
tories. The principal place of transacting
the business of said corporation shall be In
the City of St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minne
sota.
Article II. — The time of the commencement
of this corporation shall be the 22d day of
December, 1896, and the period of its con
tinuance shall be thirty years.
Article lll.— The capital stock of this cor
poration shall be the sum of sixty thousand
dollars ($60,000.00), to be paid In at such
times and in such amounts as the board of
directors may order.
Article IV.— The capital stock of this cor
poration shall be divided into six hundred
shares of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each,
and shall be non-assessable.
Article V.— The highest amount of indebt
edness or liability to which said corporation
shall at any time be subject shall be the
sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
Article Vl.— The names and places of resi
dence of the parsons forming this association
for Incorporation are as follows:
F. B. Fargo, Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
E. J. Fargo, Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
A. H. Wegemann, Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
J. L. Crump, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Fannie M. Crump, St. Paul, Minnesota.
C. B. Frlnk, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Article Vll.— The officers of this corpora
tion. In whom its government and the man
agement of its affairs shall be vested, shall
consist of a board of six Directors, one Presi
dent, one Vice President, one Secretary and
one Treasurer. The Directors shall be elected
annually by the stockholders at their annual
meeting. The President, Vice President, Sec
retary and Treasurer shall be elected annually
by the Directors from among their number.
The office of Secretary and Treasurer may
be held by one person. The names of the
first Board of Directors, who shall hold
office until the first annual meeting of said
corporation, as herein provided, shall be as
follows: F. B. Fargo, E. J. Fargo, A. H.
Wegemann, J. L. Crump, Fannie M. Crump
and C. E. Frink.
Article VIII.— The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held the first Monday
In January In each year, and they shall at
the meeting elect a Board of Directors for the
ensuing year. Each stockholder shall be en
titled to one vote for each share of the cap
ital Ftcck owned by him and duly transferred
to him on the books of the corporation. Im
mediately after receiving notice of their elec
tion as Directors, said board shall organize
by electing from among their number, a
President, Vice "President, Secretary and
Treasurer, and may order that the Treasurer
give bonds to the corporation for such amount
and with such proper sureties as shall be ap
proved by said Board. In case of failure to
elect as herein provided the officers and di
rectors shall in all cases hold office until their
respective successors are elected and qual
ified.
Article IX.— The President shall sign all
certificates of stock; shall be chairman of the
Board of Directors and preside at their meet
ings. He shall be the general manager of the
I affairs of the corporation, subject to the su
pervision and control of the Board of Di
rectors, and he shall exercise generally such
powers and duties as are incum
bent upor such executive officer. The
Vice President shall also sign all certifi
cates of stock and exercise the functions of
the president in case of his absence or in
ability to act. The Secretary shall keep
the books of the corporation and a true and
correct record of all its proceedings and
Shall countersign all certificates of stock
Issued. The Treasurer shall have charge
and safely keep all the funds of the Asso
ciation and disburse them upon a written
order of the President, countersigned by the
Vice President and Secretary. The " ulti
mate direction and control of all the busi
ness of the corporation shall be vested in
the Board of Directors, and they may em
ploy or authorize the President from time to
time to employ such workmen, superin
tendents and assistants as may be neces
sary for the proper conducting of the busi
ness, and they may from time to time make
such rules or by-laws not Inconsistent with
these articles as they may deem advan
tageous to the corporation.
Article X. — Any one of the Directors shall
have power to call a meeting of the stock
holders upon cno day's notice, provided that
such notice of stockholders' meeting shall
be in writing and served personally. If ten
or more days' notice of any meeting be given
said notice may be served by mail. Special
meetings of the directors or stockholders
may also be calied by any of the stockhold
ers upon giving at least ten days' notice In
writing.
Article XT. — No stockholder shall dispose
of his stock in this corporation without giv
ing the other stockholders the first chance
to buy the same, providing they pay as
much as any outside party may agree to
pay. The stock of this corporation shall be
transferable on its books.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have here
unto set our hands and seals this 14th day
of December, 1896.
F. B. FARGO (Seal).
K. J. FARGO (Seal).
A. H. WEGEMANN (Seal).
J. L. CRUMP (Seal).
FANNIE M. CRUMP (Seal).
C. E. FRINK (Seal).
STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF JEF
ferson—ss.
Be it known that on this 14th day of De
cember, A. D. 18915, personally came before
me the above named F. B. Fargo. E. J.
Fargo and A. H. Wegemann, to m 5 well known
to be the persons who signed the foregoing
articles of incorporation and acknowledge
that they executed the same freely and vol
untarily, Cor the purposes and uses therein
mentioned.
(Notarial Seal). A, W. GREENWOOD,
Notary Pub He, Jefferson County, Wi3.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
sey — ss. ; /
Be it known that on this 15th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1896, personally came before me the
above named J. L. Crump, Fannie M. Crump
and C. E. Frink, to rue well known to be
the persons who signed th<*' foregoing Articles
of Incorporation, and acknowledge that they
executed tho sawe freely and voluntarily for
the uses and purposes; -therein mentioned.
(Notarial Seal). C; F. STAPLES.
Notary Public. JDakata County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, DEPARTMENT OF
State. - k
I hereby certify thafe tho. within instrument
was filed for record in. this office on the 15th
day of December, A. D. 1536, at 3:30 o'clock
p. m.. and was duly recorded in Book Q 2 of
Incorporations, on page — .
ALBERT BERG.
Secretary of State.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAM
sc-y — ss. Office of the Register of Deeds.
This is. to certify that the within Instru
ment was filed for record in this office at St.
Paul on the 15th day of December, A. D.
1896. at 3:50 o'clock p. m.. and that the same
was duly recorded in Book H of Incorpora
tions, pages — . HENRY WEBER,
Register of Deeds.
REDEMPTION EXPIRING.
— -.
City Treasurer's Notice of Re
demption Expiring: April
25th, 1897.
City Treasurer's Office,
St. Paul, Minn., Deo. 9, 1596.
Owners and all persons interested in the
within described real estate are hereby tioti
i fled that the time of redemption on the fol-
I lowing deccribed property will expire the
I 25th day of April. 1397, and that deed
I will be Issued by the Cftyt of St. Paul con
j veying the said real estate* to the purchaser
! thereof after the 25th day of April, 1597. in
| accordance with the city charter, for property
j situated in tho City of St. Paul' and sold
by the City Treasurer of the City of St.
Paul on the 18th day of July. 1888, to satisfy
judgment against the same rendered in the
District Court of Ramsey County, in the
State of Minnesota, for the following improve
ments, unless redeemed on or before the 25th
day of April. 18!>7.
The sums below will be the amounts neces
sary to redeem the lot?, with interest and
cost figured to the day. when redemption ex
pires.
ReaasesKntent for Orailingr State
Street, From Isn"»el Street to
Intersection o* South Robert
Street, and South Itobert Street,
From State Street to Sunlit t sty
Limit*.
Bell's Second Addition.
Ain't Ite-
No. In whose Name Assessed quired to
Cert. and Description. I^ot. Block. Redeem
2108. P. Rothausen and
J. Christiansen
(except State
street) 2 g $587.69
2109. same (except S;ate
street) 4 S 587.69
All In the City of St. Paul, County of Ram
sey, State of Minnesota.
C. L. HORST,
City Treasurer.
Note — Am't Required to Redeem, amount
required to redeem; No. Cert., number of
certificate.
Dly Glob* (8t) Dec. 11-18-26-Jan. l-S-16.
WANTS MAY BE LEFT
At the following locations for Inser
tion In the Daily- and Sunday Globe,
at the same rates as are charged by
the main office.
HAMLISB.
Hamllne Pharmacy Drug Star*
750 BNELLINO AVENUB.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Sever Westby Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREET.
ST. ANTHONY 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 Btore
171 DALE STREET.
Bracken's Pharmacy
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
ME Kill AM PARK.
•A-J* Woolspy Drug Store
AND PRIOR AVENUES.
ARLINGTON HILLS^
c - R. Marellua Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. fc G. A. Schumacher.... Drug Store
864 PAYNE AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Aigay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
442 BROADWAY. _____
WEST SIDE.
The Eclipse Drug Store,
8. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUB.
Geonre Marti Drug Store
8. WABASHA 'AND FAIRFIELD AVENUB.
__„ Concord Street. Prescription Store,
9°S NER STATE AND CONCORD STREETS.
A- T. Hall Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
UPPER TOWN.
S. H. Reeves Drug <S*»re
MOORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Wltte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
___ 496 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Drug Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drug Store
CORNER P.TCE AND IGLEHART.
WEST SEVEXTH STREET.
A. A G. A. Schuiracher Drug Store
4£9 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.
INSTRUCTION.
REMER DANCING ACADEMY, Oxford Hall,
Tenth and St. Peter sts., opens new class
Jan. 4; private instruction a specialty. Of
fice hcurs. 3 to 8.
MEDICAL.
MRS. DR. FREMONT,~3O3~Tackson St., newly
furnished bath parlors; oil, vapor and med
icated baths; electric, magnetic and mas
sage treatments a specialty.
A SEA SALT OR TUtt BATH, $1; also give
massage treatments. Mme. Lauretta, for
merly of Minneapolis. 112 West Seventh st.,
floor. _
BUSINESS PERSONALS.
PERSONAL— Wo' will gladJy send to any per
son (either sex) the receipt of a quick, safe
cure for Gonorrhoea, Gieet or any unnat
ural discharge free in plain sealed envelope.
Do not suffer longer but write at once.
Strictly confidential. Adilres3 Home Medi
cine Co., Bex 5&7. Ks.!ainazoo, Mich.
PERSONAL— Men on'.y : I will gladly send to
any man, young or old, a receipt, with full
directions, in plain, sealed envelope, that
will cure you of Lost Manhood, Impotency,
Varioocele, Atrophy, etc., the result of
youthful errors and excesses. Address, with
fctamp, in confidence (no C. O. D. fraud),
James Guilford, Box 799, Kalamazoo, Mich.
FURB reshaped, repaired, cleaned. Our capes
and collarettes excel Eastern-mada goods and
rr,-=j les.J. J. C. SmoVngky. 24 W. Sixth gt.
TO EXCHANGE.
MOSLER SAFE to trade for cutter. 481 East
st.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan furnl
r ture & Exchange Co.. 142 & 144 E. 7th at.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
PHYSlClAN— Exceptional opportunity for
physician to purchase drug business and
practice medicine in growing town of
about 350 population; no opposition; invoice
about $ 1,200: cash oniy. Address Z 10,
Globe.
WE CAN OFFER the right party with a
moderate amount of ready cash a choice
investment, and also a good business open
ing in a manufacturing business, that will
stand close investigation; state the amount
of cash you can invest. Address G., Globe,
Minneapolis, Miun.
$250 BUYS INTEREST in business paying
$300 per mouth net. Addre3s Z 12, Globe.
FINANCIAL.
FOR SALK— Desirable securities drawlng~6
per cent Interest can be bought in small
or large amounts. Robert P. Lewis Com
paoy, Sherman Block, St. Paul.
MONEY TO LOAN at lowest rates, without
charge for commission, without gold clause,
with "on or before" privilege, at our home
Institution. The State Savings Bank, Ger
manla Life Bdg.. 4th and Minn, sts.
LOST AND FOUND.
POCKETBOOK LOST— By poor working girl,
on Kent st., between Selby and University
ays., a small blue pocketbook, containing
four dollars in bills. Please leave with the
Globe.
WANTED TO BUY.
KITTENS— Wanted, a pair of Malte3e kit
tena. Inquire at Store Room, Hotel Ryan.
PIANOS.
BUY YOUR PIANO OR ORGAN direct from
factor}'; save dealer's profit; made ia St.
Paul; satisfaction guaranteed; open even
ings. J. G. Earhuff Co., Mnfrs., 25 East
Seventh st-
BICYCLES.
WHEELS cleaned and stored for $1; also bar
gains in second-hand wheels. Twin City
Cycle House. 13g Eaat Seventh st.
DENTISTS.
gT^ O. LAWTON Dentist, has "removed to
Newspaper Row. cor 4th and Minnesota «ts.
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A
SEWER ON WOOD STREET, ROBERT
STREET AND COLORADO STREET.
Office of the Hoard of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1836.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office, in said city, at
2 p. m., on the 24th day of December, A. I).
l*s9fi, to make an assessment oi' benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the construction
of a sewer on Wood street, from Starkey
street to South Robert street; also on South
Robert street, from Wood street, to Delos
street; also on Colorado street, from South
Robert street to Clinton avenue, in said city,
on the property benefited thereby, amounting
in the aggregate to $2,991.00.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be heard.
R. L. GORMAN,
President.
Official:
W. F. ERWIN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. IS.
ASSESSMENT FOR SPRINKLING IN
SPRINKLING DISTRICT NO. 8. 1896.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the CKy of St. Paul, Minne
sota, wiil meet at their office in said city at
2 p. m., on the 28th day of December, A. D.
1896, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from the sprinkling Jn
Sprinkling District No. 8, under contract of
the James Forrestal Company, during the sea
son 1896, in said city, on the property bene
fited thereby, amounting in the aggregate to
$1,4«2.53.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present aj said time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be heard.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
W. F. ERWIN, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec 18.
SITUATIONS OFFERED-HALB.
BARBER wanted. 688 Selby avi
BARBER for Saturday at 926 West Seventh
street.
BARBER wanted at 414 South Wabasha st,
West St. Paul.
OFFICE BOY— Wanted, office boy; permanent
employment, and chance for advancement;
must be fifteen to seventeen years old. Ad
dreaa in own hand writing. A 89, Globe.
WE WANT several active men; agenta are
making $100 a month with our goods; but
small capital required. General Agent
Comet Kindler Co., New Paynesvllle, Minn.
SITUATIONS OPFERED-FEMALB.
_____
COOK— Wanted, girl cook and general house
work: small family; good wages. No. 153
Arundel at.
DRESSMAKER— Wanted, dressmaker; must
work reasonable. Call at once, IS9 East
Tenth st.
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general house
work. 579 Laurel ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. 233 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a first-class girl for
general housework. Call at 729 East Sixth
at.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for house
work and to assist with children; washing
done outside; good home for a girl willing
__to_help. 187 Grove at., near Jackson st.
NURSE — Wanted, girl to take care of two
children afternoons only. 466 Clinton ay.,
West side.
POLISHER— Wanted, a first-class polisher
and Ironer for a hand laundry; one who
can take charge of the laundry. Michael
Phelan, Wheaton, Minn.
WANTED— Two girls to work In hotel. Call
at 457 Rice st.
WORK FOR BOARD— Wanted, young lady to
work mornings and evenings for room and
board. 228 N orris st., near Cacada St.
SITUATIONS WAXTED- MAi.K.
CLERK — Wanted, by respectable young man,
some kind of clerical work. Apply H, Globe.
COACHMAN — Competent coachman wants
situation; thoroughly understands care and
treatment of horses, carriages and harness;
careful driver and obligiDg; first-class ref
erences. Address C. Pe3tell, 263 West Sev
enth at-
EMPLOYMENT— Young man wants a position
of some kind; has experience In groceries
and drriving teams; not afraid to w«rfc. Ad
dress J. 8., 650 St. Albans.
EMPLOYMENT— A middle-aged married man
wants work of any kind, tending furnace,
work around house; understands steam
plant: best of city references. Address M.
N,. 247 Goodrich ay.
EMPLOYMENT— PIace In private family
wanted by youth of seventeen; has common
school education, and is willing to work
reasonable; understands work about the
house, etc. ; can furnish good recommenda
tions if pleased. Address C. H. P., 190
Weat Fourth st.
EMPLOYMENT— Young man, aged twenty,
wants work of any kind; inside work pre
ferred; no objection to leaving city; can
furnish good city references. Addresa
Butcr.er, Bethel Boat.
— — ,
HOSTLER— Young man who understands the
care of horses would like to work for some
private family; good references given. Ad
dress M. Williams. General Delivery.
PHARMACIST, registered, wants a posi
tion; speaks Scandinavian and German flu
ently; city references; will work for mod
derate wages. Address A 41, Globe.
PHARMACIST, registered, want 3 a position;
speaks Scandinavian and German fluently;
eight years' experience; will work cheap.
Address X 41, Globe.
PORTER— Work wanted by a young colored
man as porter in store. Address Hido Lar
■ son, General Delivery.
SHOES— Young man seeks situation as
clerk or on bench in shoe store; seven
years' experience in both branches; best
references. H. J. Saunders, 61 Summit ay.
STENOGRAPHER— Competent male stenog~
rapher desires posicion; city references fur
nished. Addresa Steno, No. 194 East Tenth
St., city.
STENOGRAPHER-Experienred male ctmoc
rapher desires position; city references fur
nished. Address Steno, No. 191 East Tenth st.
WANTED— A young man of 26 years wishes
to get emjr.'oyment of any kind. Address
N., 644 L'Orlcnt St., city.
WORK FOR BOARD— Wanted, by young man
of twenty-three, position in hotel or restau
rant, or any ether kind of work; will work
for board and room; references furnished a3
to character. Address W. W., 97 West
Tenth st.
SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALE,
DINING ROOM; GlßL^WantedT^ituation in
restaurant by first-class dining room girl.
Addres3 L. B. H.. 552 Wabasha st.
FAMILY SEWlNG— Children's clothing aTspe^
cialty; references given. Mrs. 8., 7 East
Ninth st.
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, by widow lady
position as housekeeper. Address Mrs. S '
448 East Ninth st.
HOUSEWORK— A girl would like a good
place for general housework. Call at 241
East University ay.
HOUSEWORK— Young lady wishes work in 7
small famllj ■ will work reasonable. OO 20
Globe.
HOUSEWORK— A middle-aged woman wants
a position to do general housework in small
family, or cook in boarding house; can
give reference. S 4. Globe.
NURSE— Wanted, sick nursing of any kind
by respectable woman; is willing to do
light housework. Call or address 139 Eas»
Tenth st.
WASHING AND IRONING— A womaiT would
like to go out washing and ironing by the
day or take home, will give satisfaction.
Call or address 438 Aurora ay.
WASHING AND IRONINO— A iady~wouid
like to take washing and ironing home. 395
Thomas st.
FOR KENT.
Houses.
J. W. SHKPARD. 94 EAST FOURTH ST\7
RENTS HOUSES. STORES, OFFICES
STEAM-HEATED APARTMENTS; COL
LECTS RENTS: ACTS AS OWNERS' AGT.
Rooms,
TENTH ST., 103 WEST— Two nicely firr^
nlshed rooms; use of bath, heat; rent, $4
and $A per month.
FOR SALE.
■*
COWS — Four good milch cows, fresh, for
sale; three are Holatein, one Durham. 69
Winnipeg ay.
LEASE FOR SALE.
1 HAVE FOR SALE the lease of one
of the most desirable store build
ing:" on Eaat Seventh Street. Splen
did opening for a Rood retail bnai- i
ness. Can be had cheap. G. U.
Whitehorne, 83 East Fourth street.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
WANTED— Three-seated sleigh on bobs; good
one; will be at Shea's livery barn at 11
o'clock Friday.
800 LOGGING HORSES, FARM MARES,
draft horses and drivers, just arrived. Part
time given if desired; 30 days trial given j
on horses sold at Barrett & Zimmerman's '
Midway Stables, Minnesota Transfer.
DYE WORKS.
KAHLBHT & MINTEL— Minnesota Steam
1'" WsrVs. V,\ Ksst Seventh at
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTING. RE
LAYING AND REPAIRING CEMENT
SIDEWALKS, ESTIMATE NO. 2. IS9G.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul. Minn., Dec. 17. 1896.
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minne- !
sota, will meet at their office, In said city, at !
2 p. m., on tho 28th day of December, A. D. I
1*196, to make an assessment of benefits, costs
and expenses arising from constructing, re
laying and repairing cement sidewalks. Esti
mate No. 2, under contract of Utley B. Cur
tis, for term beginning April 1, 1896, and end
ing Nov. 1, 1596. on Ashland avenue, Holly
avenue, Marshall avenue, Madison street,
Woodward avenue, St Albans street, Sum
mit avenue, in said city, on the property
benefited thereby, amounting in the aggre
gate to $1,791.88.
All persons interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of mak
ing said assessment, and will be heard.
R. L. GORMAN.
„_ . President.
Official:
W. P. ERWIN.
i Clerk Board of Public Works.
Dec. It.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Trains Leave ft Arrive at St. Paul as Folloiwj
UNION DEPOT, SIOLEY ST.
jMO~ TICKET OFFICES.
SptJHg 395 Robert St., Cor. Otkv,
• ('Phone 480), and Union Depot.
Leave. | b Except Sunday, a Daily. 1 Arrive.
a8 :10am! /"» ■»I f* a _• •* _r-v »? -sft«J
&S<CHICAUO-g;gg
b!0:10am .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. bS.BOpa
all :00pm Duluth and Superior a6-50a__i
alO :osam Su. City, Omaha, Kan. City aG:55p3
blO :osam lElmore, Su Falls, Pipestone b6:sspffl
b4 :3opm .Mar.kato, New Ulra, Tracy. blOOOam
ClO:osam|.Watertown, Huron. Pierre. bfi-nSpm
a|:lspm'Su City, Omaha, Kan. City a7:25ai2
aß:lspm"'CaHfornia in Three Days" a7:2.";anj
TICKET OFFICE
(Oft "162
--\y£*^&l EAST THIRD STREET.
Union Station, St. Faul.
__^j?*?L __ Milwaukee Depot, M i n n ea poll*,
Dining and Pullman Cars on St7pauL.
Winnipeg and Coast^Tralna. Leave.; Arrive,
Pacific Mail (daily): Fargo^
Bozeman, Butte, Helena, Mis
soula, Spokane, Tacoma, Seat
tle and Portland 7:oopm 5 ysp«
Dakota and Manitoba Express
(daily): Moorhead, Fargo,
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton.
Crookston, Gr'nd Forks Graf
ton, Winnipeg |8 :00pm 7:lsaa
Fargo Local (dly ex. Sun.): St. | j
__j___d__j____d_and Fargo. ..lß:3Oam's:2spa
B*jC; tickeTo fficet
n fI^^EAST TniRD ST. | 1143
.Lgg^e-Jji Dally, b Except Sunday. | Arrive."
b|:2oam Breck. Div. & B T ncbs. ... I "bi :35pm
bß:lsam .F'gus Falls Div. & Bnchs.l b6 Oonna
bs :oopm ...Wilimar, via St. Cloud... blo 15am
a7:3opm;Breck. Fargo, Gd Fks, W'pg a7 :ssam
al :00pm ..Montana & Pacific Coast.. a6:lspin
aS:oopmlSt. Cloud, Cr'kst'n, Gd Fks a7:Soam
04 :lopm|.. Excelsior & Hutchlnson . . b9 : 4sam
EASTERN MINNESOTA— G. N. KY.
Superior. I, ™^»
__iIL^L&TyLyTH r7 r7"
Leave " j Arrive"
St. Paul. ajjajly^bjsxcept Sunday. ! St. PauL
a9 :ooam DULUTH a73ta
jjg^Wi_BUPEBIOR... jgjggg
<JT r £ m v Ul i ion Dspot - CITY TICKET OFFICE.
396 Robert Street.
Chicago, MllwaukeT&lt.lp^RarrQa(l.
[ ILv.St.P.jAr. St.P.
Chu2?° "R$T J3f p(l 2£ 1 "- bß :lsam bl0:10pm
Chicago 'Atlantic Ex.... a2 :sspm jail :35arn
! Chicago "Fast Mail" a6:ssa)m a2:oopm
Chicago Vestibule" Lim.. a8:10pm a7:'.oam
Chicago via Dubuque b4 :sopm bll:uOani
Dubiique via La Crosse... bß:lsam|blo:lopm
Peorla via Mason City a4:sopm!all :00am
St. Louis and Kansas City. aß:3samj a6 :3spm
Milbank and Way bß:2oam| b6:iopm
Aberdeen and Dakota Ex...) a7 :ospm | a& :lsam
a Daily, b Except Sunday!
For full information call at Ticket Office.
(SICAGOGRMrWKrERNRi
"The Maple Leaf Route."
Ticket Office: Robert St., cor. sth St. Phone 15a
Trains leave from St. Paul Union Depot.
*Davy. t Except Sunday. Leave. Arriva,
DaimotML Chicago, Waterloo, ( +7.30 am rr.is pni
; Marshalltown. Dcs Moines A *8.10 prn *7.'15a,n
i St. Joseph and Kansas City.. ( *B.io pm *i.ss pni
Podge centre Local *3.55 ym *9.50 am
M., ST. P. & S. S. M. R. R.
UNION STATION.
_Lgave. 1 EASTJ | Arrive/
7 :2opm|.. Atlantic Limited (daily).. B:4sam
9:o3am Rhinelander Local (ex Sun) s:4opm
WEST.
9:2oam ..Pacific Limited (dall/).. 6:45pm
!St<Crolx Fal's, Local (dally)
Ex. Sunday. From Broad-
C:Qopm! way Depot, foot 4th &t... 9:lsam
Burlington RoutsT
Leaves Union Depot for Chicago, St,
Louis and down-river points at 8:1!
a. in. Arrives from Chicago at 2:11
p. m.. excopt Sunday. Leaves Union Depol
j for Chicagn and St. Louis at 805 p. m. Ar
| rUoa from same points at 7:i5 a. m. daily.
WISCbNSTN~CENTRAL
City Offlco, 373 Robert Street. 'Phone No. C 94.
Lea .re I Arrive
: All Trains Daily. St. Paul. ;St. Paul.
Eau Claire, Chlppewa Falls!
Ashland, Hurloy, Osh- 7:3oam B:lsam
kesh. Milwaukee, Wav- and and
keeha, Chicago, East] 7:4opm •5:35pm
and South |
* Arrive itt 7:30 p. m. on Sundays.
M. A St. L. Depot-Broadwar A 4th.
MINNEAPOLIsYsf. LOUIS R. R.
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
Leave. | a Dally, b Except Sunday. | Arrive*. '
lAlbert Lea, Dcs Moines, Ce
b9:lsam ...dar Up'ds, Kan. City... b7:4Opm
bß :3sam ...Watertown, New Him... b4:sspm
bs:oopm New Ulm Local blo:2oam
a7 :oopm j.D«s Moines ft Omaha Llm. aß:sf,am
a" :oopm l.Chicago & St. Louis Lim. aß:saam
b4:4Spm!Alb't Lea & Mankato Local ibid :35am
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENSES.
City Clerk's Office,
St. Paul, Minn.. Dec. 10, 1896.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the followln§
named persons have applied for a license to
sell Intoxicating liquors for the year A. D.
18%. at the places or locations hereinafter
named :
Miesen, A., 556 Wabasha; Welz, Manzler A
Co., 41, 43 and 45 East Seventh st.
Now, therefor*., is notice further given,
that the said applications will be heard and
considered by the undersigned at this offlca
in the city hall on the 26th day of December
A. D. 1596, at 10 o'clock a. m.. where all per
sons interested may appear and will be heard.
MATT JENSEN, City Clerk.
Dec. 10 and 18.
ASSESSMENT FOR SLOPES ON ALLEY
IN BLOCK 26. MERRTAM'S REARRANGE
MENT OF BLOCKS 24, 25, 27, 28 AND
29, MERRIAM PARK.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The Board cf Public Works in and for the
corporation cf the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at
2 p. m., on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1897,
to make an assessment of benefits, damages,
costs and expenses arising from condemn
ing and taking an easement in the land abut
ting on the alley in block 26, Merrlam's rear
rangement of blocks 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29
Merriam Park, in said city, necessary to
construct the slopes fa? cuts and fills in grad
ing said alley to the established grade thereof
as shown by the profile of said grade on flla
in the office of the Register of Peeds in and
tor Ramsey county, and in the r.ffire of tha
City Engineer, satd slopes to extend 1\' M
feet on said land for ev?ry feet of cut or fill
as indicated on the plaD of said elopes oa
file in the efflce of sai<3 Board, Iv said city,
on the property benefited or damaged
thereby.
All persons Interested are hereby nc"ified to
be present at said time and p!a.;^ of making
said assessment, auft win be heard. j
Official: R. L. GORMAN, '
W. F. ERWIN. President.
Clerk Board if Public Works.
Dec 18. •"■*■;
ASSESSMENT FOR SLOPES ON VICTORIA
STREET. BETWEEN FRONT STREFT
AND HATCH STREET.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 17, 1896.
The Bisard of Public Works !n and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at
2 p. m., cm the 4th day of January, A. D. 1897,
to make au assessment cf benefits, damages,
costs and expenses arising from condemning
and taking au easement ir. the lan-1 abutting
en Victcria street, between Front street aud
Hatch street, in said city, necessary to con
struct tho slopes for cuta and fills iv grad
ing said Victoria Btreet, tetween said points,
to the established grade thcreDf as shown by
the profile of said grade on file in the oftice
cf the Register of Deeds in and for Ramsey
county, and In the office cf the City En
gineer, said slopes t.» extend IVi. feet on said
land for every foct at cut or fill as Indicated
on the plan cf aaid slopes on file in the
office of said B.>ard, in said city, ou the
property benefited cr damaged thereby.
All persca* Interested are hereby notified to
be present at said tima and place of making
said assessment, and will be heard.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
W. F. ERWIN. President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
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