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ftItSV&EAPOUiS AfySS TdE
PLIM.ED INTO THE RIVER
SENSATIONAL SUICIDE AT THE
STEEL AECH BRIDGE
(n'.i;:ovvn >!an Kudu IHa Life While
the IlrltlKt* In 'i'lironjjed "With
People There Is X«> Clue lo Hi*
Identity Dedication of tl«e
Parl; Avenue MetUotiist Kiiiseopal
C hurt h.
An unknown man leaped into the
river from the steel arch bridge last
Evening and was drowned.
Previous to I: is attempt at suicide, th>
man vralktd L>ut onto the bridge from
thi' wist end. Three cr four men were
a f> w feel behind him, but there was
n< thins in his demeanor that attracted
Uiii:- attention,. especially. When ho had
reached a point, perhaps 100 feet from
;;:>■ west short of Nicolltt it-land, he
Ftiddecly vaulted the railing on the
•uih t:ut. He paused just an instant;
then without a word and before the
horrified spectators could lift a hand
to detain him, lie dropped sixty-five f<*jt
to the water, turning a somersault In
the descent, and struck the surface of
the water with a loud splash. Several
£ i >•■ taiois state that 'th-i man then at
tempt, v to swim ashore. However, he
was either unable to battle with vhe
Krang current or diJ not make a de
tn-miiud effort to save himself.
There is no clue as yet to his Identity
or the reasons which prompted him to
thus end his existence. Up to a late
h.-.ur the body had r.ov been recovered.
'1 hot • who saw the suicide state that
he was about, twenty-eight or thirty
years of a§e, of me-Jium height and
stout build. His ctojtb.es were fairly
Rood a,nd black in color. He wore a
black hat. Th<? man had a black mous
tache, and it i-- thought that his cjm
l lexioa was dark.
Albert Guncher, a young man living
In East Minr.eap Us, wr.s a short dis
tance away and when he heard some
one cail out that the man was trying
to make for the shore of the island, he
ran down to the bank.
Ai"t<.r reaching the shore, Gun'ther
stripped and dove for n. arly an h ur
X search o£ the body. His efforts were
entirely unsuccessful. He gays that the
water is tkbout thirty feet deep at this
place. There is a strong undercurrent
toward tho shore of Nicollet island.
The bed of the river here is almost cov
ered with snags, water soaked logs and
rocks, ar>d ie is not improbable that
the body had been caughit and is heid
fost for the time being:.
The police were no'tifled of the suicide,
>>ut they took no steps to recover the
body last night.
It was almost on the very same plac?
on the bridge that Meyer M. Schwartz,
a Jewish Rabbi, jumped to his death,
June 10, last year. "His body was re
covered the next day.
Ii is reported that thr> suicide was
seen talking to a young woman near
the union dei>ot jusx previous to his
taking the fatal leap. Witnesses state
that they seemed to have some words
and parted as if in anger. The woman
turned towards the city and the man
walked onto the bridge and put an end
to his troubles.
PARK AVENUE METHODISTS.
Their Church Was Yesterday Dedi
cated to Christian Services.
The new Park Avenue Methodist church was
dedicated yesterday afterncon. This congre
gation originated five years ago under the pas
tarate of Rev. Thomas W. Stout, and since
th&n it has increased to 150 members.
The oKI church building has just been ren
ovated at an expense of $1,500. The interior
has been enlarged, frescoed, carpeted, fur
nished with opera scats, electric lights, etc.
Yesterday the church was beautifully adorn
ed with plants and flowers, a well organized
church choir furnished music, aud the church
was more than filled by Its congregation and
Rev. Matt S. Hughes preached on the vn's- j
sicnary power of the Christian religion, and j
pray t r was offered by Rev. William Fielder.
The Methodist Church" Extension society is!
interested in Park Avenue church, and Pre
siding Elner Rev. J. P. Chaffee undertook
to raise $500, which would clear the church
of its building indebtedness. The money was
raised by subscription.
The dedication ceremony was conducted by
Rev. Mr. Chaffee.
Division No. 2, Ancient Order of Hiberni
ans, and Division No. 6. Daughter of Erin,
will give an ice cream and cike sociable to
morrow evening on the old court house
The "Isaiha" chorus will have its final re
hearsal with the orchestra end soloists this
morning: at Exposition hall. An important i«
port will be made, and it is urgently re
quested that there be a full attendance.
Mrs J. T. Hello died yesterday morning at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Harry A. Baltuff,
lil'l'i Lyndale avenue south. The funeral no
tice will t<-> given later.
William Gorman, an aged man, was
stricken with a slight stroke of paralysis near
Third avenue south and Washington yester
day aftercccn. The police took him to the
city hospital, where he was reported resting
easily last evening.
..'ami s Kelly mistook Inspector John Mor
riyey for a common, everyday citizen last I
nigiit when he asked him for a dime. Kellv I
had been begging of pedestrians on lower !
Nicollet avenue, and abused several people
who rained his requests. The detective
willingly pave Kelly a night's lodging by
locking him up at the central station upon
the charge of vagrancy.
For the Police Judge.
A young -man, refusing to g'.ve hia name, Is
field a prisoner at the central police sta
tion. He was arrested last night by In
spector Hoy, who w .ll prefer a charge against
him today. The prisoner is alleged to hava
rcbbed an intoxicated Individual Saturday of
Hot words led to blows and the fight led '
to the arrest of R. W. Lee and Michael Kelly I
last everrng. The trouble occurred near
Fourth street and Nicollet avenu?. Offlc;r
Fred Johnson charged the pair with disor
Ql IET AT OSHKOSH.
Jfo Renewal of the Dinorder bj- tlie
OSHKOSH, Wls., Jun«^ 26.— Between 2,500
and 3,000 union men followed the remains of
James Morris, the striker who was killed in
last Thursday's riot at McMillan's mill, to
their last resting place today. There was no
Tomorrow and Tuesday will tell whether the
strike is broken or not. The factories hava
advertised for men, and will attempt to start
giving employment to former employes
whether union men or not. Labor 1 r.ftera
declare that not a sufficient number of men
will return to work, and that the strike is
now on harder than ever.
Creamery Mauuser Dead.
Special to The St. Paul Globe.
DODGE CENTER, Minn., June 26.— A. G.
Hnaeey, Western manager for the W. W.
Whipple company, of Providence, R. 1., died
suddenly here this morning. He controlled
several creameries in Southern Minnesota.
SON OF HEAVEN DESPAIRS.
.\M>«-uI of Chinese Knler for the Re
form of Hlm Empire.
From the London Times.
A curious decree by the emperor of China
has just reached this country. It deals wifh
the necessities of China at the present junc
ture, and is of great length. It opens by
Baying that since the war with Japan a ereat
number of memorials, from officials of all
grades, recommending what should be done
to strengthen the empire and maintain Its In
tegrity, have been received. But when any
question of vital importance with foreten
countries arises these men who are so eaepr
to adviso are always found wantlnc ThU
is their condition now (pursues the emoerorl
just when the country is surrounded on a'\
hands by powerful and crafty neighbors who
seek advantages and combine to overpower
China because they see that the defenses of
the country are neglected and decayed and
that the Hoot is small and insignificant T ! ie
main question, therefore. Is reform and re
organization of the national defenses The
troubie is that the present resources of- TEe
country are insufficient for the purpose, and
deficiency In the exchequer seeds to bo vrry
great. Lately, says the empercr. ha sent cut
a decree ordering the^provineial authorlt ea
to prevent peculation in the collection cf lik.n
and to diafcasd useless territorial regiments
which cnly suck the '.ifi-blocd of th'J provin
cial exchequers. The replies to this decree
did not attempt to Oei! with either of the3e
two vital po'nu; ;:ith ng wiS dena toward d s
covering the exact number of dummy aamna
en the rolls, and things now are just as b?A
as before. When the present dynasty began
to reign (we are still summarizing the de
cree, and as far a.s possible u-ins the em
percr's exact words throughout), the armies
were enlisted from the whole population. No
one then had ever heard or likln cr miscel
laneous duties, but them was no want of
money r.nd Die troops were n^vcr wanting in
At present there are many new tsxe?, such
as likiu and the opium durie^, yi Ui:-g larg-j
sums, yet the ordinary exp-nsss are not faii.
"Ibis Is due to extravagance. Re*er?me is
r^ade to the revenue in Ij-53 and 1-5!, and the
expenditure in those years, and a racent
memorial is quoted from o;ie cf the prssldenfs
cf the boards at Pekin, in whl.h it Is pro
posed that a careful statement of the ex
penditure now should be prepared so that
superfluous expense may be dealt wi.h sys
tematically. )n particular it is said that the
practiie of putting dummy names en tie r gi
mental tolls, the corruption in the likin ; nd
salt departments, a-d the sinecures for fivor
ed cffkials should all be dealt with, and ;h;
expenditure kept within the amount deer > d
In all departments. The emperor approves
of these recommendations, ai:d e:ll3 on ill
the high authorities in Pekin and Ibe piov
inees ''to aid one another to serve uk loyrlly
In tur time o^ distress, and roi. to aitfmjt o
shift off upon one another important duties
just because it happens that different provin
cial boundary lines separate one from the
ether." Furth?r, these psrs-n.g?s ar.> ad
jured to remember the favors hitherto be
stowed on thsm and loyally and diligently to
attain the ends the emperor is now Ktrning
for. Again, brave and capable officers are to
be sought out everywhere, and their names
brought to the emperor's notice that th y
may receive suitable commands. "Thus may
we hope to obtain officers who with their m-n
may be a human bulwark to the caurfy
against aggressive foes." It may be doub ed
whether any emperor, of China for the list
200 y-ars hss even allowed such an admi?s!oa
of weakness, or surh a wail of helflesssasa
to be published to his subjects.
OUT AFTER BIG MONEY
THEORY OP POLICE IX THIS LAT
EST "WHITEMAX CASE
The St. Louis Officials Assert That
the Former v, ; :■ n :■•*.. (a Slide Sen
ator and Duluth Citizen Expected
to Get Away to Europe With
More Than One Hundred Thou
sand DollarH in Cold Cash.
ST. LOUIS, June 26.— 1n the arrest
of Alonzo J. Whiteman, alias W. H.
Martin, Chief of Detectives Desmond
thinks he has captured probably the
boldest forger In the country. Ac
cording to the chief's tneory, White
man evidently intended working his
way to New York and then to Europe,
and was prepared to carry $125,000 in
cold cash out of the country with him.
It is impossible to learn whether
Whiteman had operated in St. Louis.
He is wanted in Boston.
Chief Desmond received a telegram
from that city todcty, asking him to
hold Whiteman, as there were several
indictments against him for obtaining
goods by false pretenses.
Whiteman'a clothing trunks were
opened today, and in them were found
checks on various banks, several letter
heads and envelopes of the Lawrence
National Bank cf Lawrence, Ka.n., and
the following letter written on a letter
head of the Lawrence National batik,
dated May 31:
"F. L. Hine, Cashier of the First National
Bank, New York City— Dear Sir: This will
introduce our iriend, John R. Ea'on, who is
on his way to Europe for a few weeks' vaca
tion. Mr. Eaton carries our drafts on you
for $500, 51,000 and $1,503 respectively.
"He will want some foreign currency and
exchange, and any courtesies you can extend
him will be gratefully appreciated by yours
respectfully, — "Walter L. Howe, Cashier."
Four checks, duly signed and in
dorsed In accordance with the letter,"
were found ready for presentation to
In the same bunch were fifteen
checks on the Lawrence bank, per
forated, for $114,750, and eight checks
on the same barjk not perforated.
IT • STEPS DOWN.
Another Cabinet Crisis Precipitated
LONDON, June 27.— The Tokio cor
respondent of the Times says: "Mar
quis Ito, the premier, has resigned.
In tendering his resignation he ad
vised the mikado to accept the prin
ciple of party govern merat and to in
struct Count Okuma Sikumboig and
Itagi to form a ministry. The em
peror will profoably act on Count Ito's
advice. The Ito cabinet was formed
last January. At the time a brief ca.- !
reer was predicted for the cabinet, a.s
it came into being strongly opposed
by the military party, which then ad
vocated and has all along insisted
upon Japan asserting herself in the
Chinese situation, brought on by Ger
many's action at Kiao-Chou and Rus
sia's at Port Arthur.
MRS. ALEXANDER M'KENZIE.— Mrs.
Alexander McKenzie, the wife of the
North Dakota Warwick, died yeaierdav
afternoon at her home. 737 Ashland avenue.
Mrs. McKenzie was about 40 years of age
and has lived in St. Paul for some years.
She had a very large circle of acquaintances
both in St. Paul and in the Northwest gen
erally. She lived in Bismarck, N. D. for
Mr. McKenzie is the mast conspicuous fig
ure In Dakota politics. For many years ho
has been the rower in the north state in Re
publican politics and has made and unmade
all the senators that the state ever had. Of
recent years his business interests have
kept him in New York and for nearly a year
he has been in the metropolis, kept there by
an accident. Last fall he was in an elevator
that fell and killed the operator, Mr. McKen
zi<» escaping with a shattered leg. The In-
Jury was of such a nature that he did not
leave his bed for months and has not re
turned to this part of the country since it
Mrs. McKenzie leaves several children.
i Mr. McKenz'e will be in St. Paul as soon as
I he can get here.
EDWARD MARSLAND— Edward Marsland
j died last night at Osinning, near Sing Sing,
I N. V.. from the effects of a wound seif-in
| flicted three weeks ago. He was born at
Newcastle sixty-nine years ago. and was one
of the most skillful mechanical engineers in
the country. Mr. Marsland was for a long
time superintendent of the Roach ship yard
at Chester, Pa. He was on the Monitor when
that famous vessel made her first trip from
New York to Norfolk.
OMAHA, Neb., June 26.— Wednesday after
noon will be given one of the most e'a'.-or
ate performances since the beginning of tbe
expositionT The Minneapolis Chorai soci«tv
250 strong, will sing "Isaiah," an oratorio
composed by Conductor -William P&tt'n of
Minneapolis, an American musician, whose
name is d.estlncd to a place amongst fie
greatest composers. The performance will
be under the direction of Mr. Patten. The
soloists for this occasion will be Miss Gene
vieve Clark Wilson, Mrs. Catherine Btsk
Mr. Frederick Carberry and Mr. Charles w'
It Is said that lake sailors make the best
seamen. A sailor may cross the Atlantic
wttliDvt danger ot running into an Island
and he may hardly see more than two or
three ships during the Entire voyage but
on the lakes it is just the other way. ' The
lake sailor, therefore, becomes more alert
watchful and careful. " '
Sew Watch Design. -
On the inside cover of a newly-designed
watch a thin pocket i 3 provided, having an
open center and a slot in one side for th->
insertion of a photograph.
Very Low Rates to Milwaukee and Return
Tcdtiy via the "North-Western Line " Call
at City Ticket Offices. 395 Robert St St
Paul; 413 Nicolkt avenue, Minneapolis!'
GLOBE WkUT ADS
Same rale as charged at Globj
Office, Fourth and Minnesota
No advertisement less than 20
Two cents per word for Perso
nal, Clairvoyants, Palmists,
and iAedicai tds.
Leave your want ads at any
one of the following
Globe Krnncli Ofllcea.
Bedford end Deea-.ur C. R. Marelius
Payne, 9M A. & G. A. Sehumacner
East Third, G79 Sever Westby
Hroadway. 442 M. D. Merrill
Grove ar.d Jackson Joseph Argay
Seventh and Stbley William K. Collier
St. Anthony and Prior A. L. Woolsey
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Pale, 171 A. T. Guernsey
Grand and St. Albans Emll Bull
Rondo and Grotto Straight 8103.
Rondo, 235.... A. A. Campbell
Selby and Western W. A. Frost & Co.
Victoria and Selby Brackett's
University and Prior C. A. Monchow
East Seventh. 29 B. J. Witte
Rice, 49G F. M. Crudden
Robert and Twelfth W. E. Lowe
Rlee and Ijdehart./. Ray Campbell
Seven Cornel's S. H. Reeves
St. Peter and Tenth C. T. Heller
South Robert and Falrfield The Eclipse
State and Concord Concord Drug Store
Wabasha and Fairfield George Marti
Wabasha and Isabel A. T. Hall
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
James and West Seventh J. J. Mullen
West Seventh, 499. .A. & G. A. Schumacher
HELP WANTED MALbS.
BARBER — First-class; steady employm-nt;
good wages; only B clarini t or con.et play
er, third and fourth grade, apply. Secre
tary Mandan Band, Mandan. N. D.
BARBER— Wanted, a barber, at No. 004'^
__South_ Superior st., JDuluth.
COMMISSIONS AND EXPENSES— No bond
required; $60 a month guaranteed on mail
orders. Money refunded if goods are not
satisfactory. Long terms of credit. First
class scheme men address quick with
_stamp_ L _Br_enard_Mfg. Co., lowaCity, 10.
COOK— Wanted, a first-class cock for restau
rant; must be experienced; gcod wages tJ
right party. Call Mon day_at^ 112 _Srai th a y.
COOK— Wanted, at the Aberdeen hotel, aec
ond cook; good wages paid.
COPP & CO., patent attorneys. Washington,
D. C, ask investigation; agents make bl?
money on Lausen's Scissors Sharpener, just
patented; ch-:ap and effective; every family,
tailor, seamstress and cloth manufac.urer
need it; hardware dealers should have it.
Address H. C. Lausen. 220 Marktt St.,
DRUG CLERK— Wanted. German drug
clerk. Registered assistant. Address R 27
ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN— Send 35 cents
for twenty-four-page pamphlet containing a
list of question asked by an examining
board of engineers. Address George A.
Zeller, Bookseller, 18 South Fourth St., St.
Louis, Mo. (Mention this paper.)
GROCERY-MAN— 'Wanted, competent young
man for grocery. Address F 50, Globe.
LABORERS wanted, at Griffin Wheel works,
Phalen and Stillwater ays.
RELIABLE MEN FOR STATE OR DISTRICT
managers for Identification and Aid Associ
ation; new, perfect plan; large Income as
sured. National Fraternal Registry Asso
ciation, Dcs Moines, 10.
STITCHERS— Wanted, at onces twenty^flve
stitchers on hand-sewed harness work at
the Konantz Saddlery Co., 227 East Sixth
at.. St, Paul,
TRUSTWORTHY man to travel; $15 weekly
and expenses; easy seller; no experience
or capital required. Mfr., Box 755, Phlla.
TWO able-bcaied, business-like men; perma
nent position and good pay to right par
tiea. 48 East Sixth st.
WANTED— Three hustlers to sell a necessary
article that every family needs, rich as
well as poor; bright future and permanent
position to right parties; salary and liberal
commission. 48 East Sixth st. Call be
tween 9 and 10.
WANTED— A man competent to run bottler
and make all kinds of soda water. AddreS3
Box 366, Luverne, Minn., with wag a
WANTED— Two more energetic workers!
Wagon furnished free. No goods to carry.
C. F. Adams Co., corner Fourth and St.
WANTED— Fifteen boys 13 or 14 years old
who want to earn a kodak by doing a lit
tle light work for a few days. Address
R 7, _Globe.
WANTED— 2S stone men Monday; also 10
teams. Call on the work, corner of War
saw and Autfubon sts.
WANTED— First-class man on stock at Morc
head & Horrigan's livery, 370 East Ninth st.
WANTED— Young man well acquainted with
city. 171 East Seventh st. (Up stairs).
WE HAVE an Al opening for two good hust
lers en salary and commission; wagon fur
nished free. C. F. Adams Co., corner
Fourth and St. Peter sts.
"YOUNG MEN. our illustrated book «x
--plains how to learn the barber trade in
eight weeks; mailed free. Mo'er's Barber
YOUNG MAN wanted, well acquainted with
%city. 171 East Seventh st. (up stairs).
SITUATIONS WANTED MALES.
Advertisements undtr this classification
inserted free to the unemployed of bt. Paul
A BOY eighteen years of age would like
work of any kind; has experience in run
ning elevator. L. H. 8., 450 Goodhue st.
A YOUNG MAN wants work around some
store, oi- work around some private family;
very useful and handy around a plaoe acd
well acquainted with the city. Address 451
SALESMAN— First-class specialty salesman",
familiar with grocery and hardware trade
of Minnesota and North Dakota, wants po
sition July 1. R 42, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT— Boy, 18 years of age, would
like work of any kiad. L. H. 8., 450 Good
SALESMAN— A position as traveling or retail
salesman by young man of seven years'
experience in grocery business in the East
five years as manager. Address C. A., care
WANTED— Situation by a man who thor
oughly understands the care of horses:
four or six-horse driver. Addrese Z 41.
Office, 141 East Ninth Street. Te;ephone IS3.
We wish to secure work for:
BOYS— Two good boys needing work as offlca
or errand boys.
BOOKKEEPER AND COLLECTOR— An ef
ficient, reliable man will take any suitabl*
work; moderate salary.
REPAIRING of Trunks and Vallse3 wanted
by a man who understands the work thor
NURSES— We have efficient women who wo«ld
like to get nursing to do.
WOMEN for washing, ironing, house-clean
ing, etc., can be obtained from this office;
also men to do odd jobs, such as cleaning
up yards, removing ashes, beating carpets.
GOLD ORE SPECIMEN.
It Contains Ten Pounds of Gold and
Is Worth $2,100.
From th« Denver Times.
The finest specimen of quartz gold
ore ever sent to the state bureau of
mines, the finest specimen ever seen In
Colorado, and probably the finest speci
men in existence for that kind of ore
was received from the Smuggler-Union
mine, TelluTide, San Miguel county, last
week. It was immediately sent to the
lapidary's, from where it emerged yes
terday afternoon, neatly cut in two
The shape of the specimen is that of
a triangle, being eight and one-half
Inches on a side and four and onp-haif
inches thick, maximum dimensions. Its
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE MONDAY- — JUNE 27, 1393.
HFI P WANTED FEMALES.
COAT FINISHERS— Wanted, women to finish
coats. Apply at Lanpher, Finch & Skin
COOK— Wanted, a cook, Apply, with refer
ences, to 77 Centra! ay. y
COOK — First-c'.ass cook; good wages. 522 Ce
COOK— Wanted, a goW epok; small family;
n;> washing; reference required. 425 Port
COOK— Wanted, a competent cook and sec
ond girl. 780 Summit. •
COOK — Wanted, bearding house cook. G25
Hoes St.; take Lafayette avenue car.
COOK— Wanted, cook, at Star r e 3tauraut, 250
East Seventh st.
COOK — Wanted, good cook for boarding
_ house; highost wages. 2oi East Tenth «t_
GIRL, in private family. 708 Cedar St., Flat
10, The Hiawatha.
GIRL WANTED to go to the lake; one who
can milk a cow. Call at 720 Cedar st.
GENERAL SERVANTS — Wanted, general
servants for small family, living in suburbs.
Call Room 10, Great Northern Railway
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl to do
general hnusework; no washing or ironing
to do. 779 Dayton ay.
HOUSE-WORK— Wanted, a competent girl to
assist with general housework; family- of
two; no children; good place for good girl.
; Apply 464 Fort st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for gen
oral housework, steady position. 259 Day
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework in family of two; must be good
plain cook; references required. 1067 West
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a competent girl for
general housework; German or Bohemian
preferred; references required. Apply 484
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl to he:p with
housework and assist with sewing; call at
once. 312 Walnut st.
HOUSEWORK— A girl for general housework,
Apply mornings to Mrs. James Gilfillau, 287
HOUSEWORK— Strong young girl to care for
child and help with housework. Apply 21
HOUSEWORK— GirI for general housework
at 736 Laurel ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a German girl for
general housework. 96 South Wabasha st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for general
housework. Inquire 7C9 Lincoln a%^
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
_housework. 74 Summit ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted; good giri for general
housework. Apply _4t>B Ashland^av.
SMALL GIRL to assist with the care of chft
dren. at 776 Ashland ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wante*. young girl to care for
baby and as3ist with light housework Call
at 930 Carroll st. ■■■ ■:
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a ScandlnaviaiTgiri
for general housework. Call at 316 East
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a' girl for general
_housewqrkj_no children. 7.23 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
_housework. 117 Virginia, ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at 871 Snelling ay., Hamline.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for geneTal
housework. 301 West Third st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; no washing;, nurse girl kept.
166 West Roble, corner Bellows.
NURSE GlßL— Wanted, nurse girl; may go
home nights. Apply today or Monday at 7CO
East Sixth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a competent girl to
do general housework; no washing or Iron
_ing to do. 779 Dayton ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housi work; small family. 699 Dayton ay.
HOUSEWORK— GirI for general housework.
_Apply at 587 Canada st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. Call at 495 Stryker ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl lor gen
eral housework, at Sfifi Splby ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. ~ ~glrl~ T fof ienerai
housework. 336 Maple 'St.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a g'ociTGerman glil
for general housework. Apply at 5~>6 Martin.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. 226 South Exchange st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl to assist in
housework. Call at once. 536 Dayton ay.
LADIES to address envelopes, circulars, and
write for us at home; reply with self-ad
dressed stamped envelope. Peerless Co
South Bend., Ind.
OVERALL STITCHERS — Wanted^ experl
enced overall stitchers at once. Guiterman
Bros.. Fifth and Slbley s ! s.
SERVANT— Wanted, general servant. 161
SECOND GIRL to help in the kitchen; must
be a good washer and ironer; wages, $12
per month. 633 Waibasha, corner Iglehart.
SKIRT HAND — Wantfd, experienced" skirt
Jhand. Mjs_s_EngHsh,_ 26 Mannheimer Block.
WANTED— For one week, woman to take care
of children. 169 Carroll st.
WANTED— Women to finish fur coats. Addlv
to Lanpher. Finch & Skinner.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Advertisements under this classification
inserted free to the unemployed of At. Patil
A GERMAN LADY would Hke to go out by
tho day to work. Call or acTdresa 811 Mis
DRESSMAKING — Wanted, to do, at 258 Grove
St., dressmaking; children's clothing and
plain sewing of all kinds; prices very
DRESSMAKER — Experienced dressmaker
would like engagements In families, or wiil
take work home. Call or address 374 North
DRESSMAKER— An experienced dressmaker
wants sewing by the day iv families. Call
_or__ad<Jress 227 Carroll st.
HOUSEKEEPER— A first-class colored woman
wants a place as housekeeper; first-dais
cook. Address B 18, Globe.
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, situation by a
middle-aged American lady aa housekeeper
or to take care of furnished rooms or hotel
Call or address H.. 542 Cedar, near capitol.
NURSE GlßL— Young girl would like place
as nurse girl or light housework; can give
reference. Call or address 43 West Fifth
St., opposite Windsor hotel.
OFFICE WORK— A younglady" desires office
work, clerking or copyist; best of refer
ence. Call or address 493 St. Peter st., cor
oner Exchange, room 312.
GOVERNESS— A young lady very fond~~of
children wants situation as a nursery gov
erness or nurse. Call or address J., 44D
West Seventh st.
STENOGRAPHER— ConTpfftent stenographer
having nine years' experience in com
mercial, law and railroad wore, desires no
sltion. Address N 40. Globe.
WASHING AND IRONING done~a7~2Sß Grove
St.; prices very reasonable and work called
_f_or_and delivered. Mrs.^C^C.^Hamilton^
WOMAN who is needy. 'desires light position"
cannot do washing or heavy sweeping- $3
per month_expj!cted^ Addressjt 24, Globe.
WASHING AND IRONING— Wanted, washing
and Ironing at home and day work. 150
Ror.^o st. t-
WOMAN, she goes out washing. Ironing and
housecleaning. Inquiry 499 St. Peter st.,
rear of second floor, right 1 hand.
WOMAN would like to, go out washing, lron-
Ing, or to assist in housework. 659 Blair
■t , . g
weight is eighteen and one-half
pounds, of wWch,: jexrttrts say, ten
pounds is pure gold.J This, at $18 per
ounce, makes the va^e of this one
piece of ore $2,160.-
The cutting requfred" : three whole
days— Saturday, Monday and Tueaday
— and four carats of diamond dust were
used on it. This, at the wholesale cost
of $5 per carat, which the lapidaries
pay, makes the actual cost of cutting
$20, exclusive of time and labor, which
will, of course, swell that 'figure con
The managers of the mine loaned this
piece of gold to the state for use during
the Trans-Mifsissippi exposition only,
but it is probable that, in view of the
commotion which it is creating among
mining men in the city— no less than
twenty having been in this morning to
look at the find— they will allow it to
TWIN CITY HAIR FACTORY.
"fiStjW^ Switches, Waves, llang.^ and
*$3i?SiNW Gentlemen's lialr Chains, ail
WytfiS'* made in tho latest styles, w!:o!e
--flgi Jg» f\ Ea -'o and retail. Shampooing, z5
Js» cts. Hair Dressing and Scalp
JI Treatment. Office and Petrl's
ry S^r^ Hair Store, 476 Wab.isha St.,
•• Valentine Block, cor. Ninth St.
Mall orders filled. St. Paul. Minn.
BUSINESS CHANCES. ■
A NEW YOiiK HOUSE wants a representa
tive for this state; applicant must have
few hundred dollars to pay for goods on
delivery; $500 monthly. Samples Nicollot
Hotel, Minneapolis. John lh-lssonberger.
representing Stirrup Manufacturing Co., of
DRESSMAKING SHOP for sale; everything
complete; excellent location. Address R 26,
FOR SALE— First-class private board ni?
house in city of Sauk Center; will be CO d
on easy payments, as owner wishes to go
West at once. This is a fine opportu-i ty
and will bear Inspection. For particulars,
please address Mrs. Lydla Simonton, Sauk
FOR SALE— Confectionery and cigar stand;
good clean stock and fixtures; three rooms
_in_rear._ For particulars call at 676 Selby.
PAVILION equipped for business, Como park;
rent cheap; sickness prevents taking
charge; good money for races and Fourth of
July. Address G_ 42,_ Globe.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
CAVALRY HORSES— Government quit buy
ing cavalry horses; we have 200 head on
hand that must be disposed of at once.
Amongst them some good drivers and car
riage horses. Barrett & Zimmerman's Sta
bles, Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul.
FIFTY HEAD of young work mules for sale
cheap at Barrett & Zimmerman's stables,
Transfer. St. Paul.
G. W. WENTWORTH & Co.— Sale Stablj^,
Sc-ulh St. Paul— All classes of horses con
stantly on hand; some fine drivers and
THE" HEADQUARTERS"" for "all classes" of
horses, with from 300 to 500 constantly on
hand, you find at Barrett & Zimmerman's
_stables,_ Midway, St. Paul. Minn.
WANTED at once for cash, sound 1,200-lb.
horse for delivery w^gon. St. Ptiu! Hard
ware Company, Seventh and Minnesota sts.
' CAMERA OUTFIT FOR SALE— Cost $52; will
sell for $5^ Address 11. M., Globe.
..COW AND CALF— For sale, a remarkably
>»« v good fresh cow and calf. Inquire forenoon,
I Jl3B East Sixth St.. elevator man.
FOR SALE — A very good, fi-esh Jersey cow
and calf, at_2l6JPleasant_av.
; FOX TERRIER— For sale, fox terrier, the
best of blood; setter pups, 4 month 3 o!d,
by Paul Gladstone, grandson of Champion
j Gladstone, best of pedigree; Irish water
I spaniel, splendid retriever. 353 Duke st.
: FOR SALE — Cashier's desk, pier mirror, re
frigerators, iron beds, carpets, chairs, ta
bles, folding beds, sideboards, chiffoniers,
j gasoline ranges, rockers, and all kinds of
j furniture, at easy prices and terms. Min
nesota Storage Co., 62 West Tenth st.
FOR SALE— Saloon; terms reasonable; loca
tion the best; fixtures modern. 44 National
German-American Bank Building.
FOR SALE — Confectionery stand, Eales $6 to
?8 per day, a good business, at a big
bargain. Rteso & Co.. Pioneer Pre»?.
FOR SALE— St. Bernard brood bitches; male
and female duds from eight weeks to
twelve months old. 43S Fuller st, corner i
FRESH COW for sale, 766 Hawthorne st,
WHITE FANTAILS, $2 to $3 per pair; high
class stock, superb in style and tail prop
erties. 705 L'Orleut st.
EXPERIENCED city eighth grada teacher
will prepare pupils for high school in Ema'l
classes. Private pupils taken in special
work. Address X., 442 Broadway.
HOWARD SARGENT, 223 Farrington avT
would like to h3ar from- any one desiring
! to study for entrance to college or other
_wlse, with_ vlewto tutoring.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION^ desired d~urini
summer months in rudimentary elements cf
business, such as accounts, stenography
etc., etc.; woman teacher preferred ■Vd
_dress_ Beginner, Globe Office.
THE GLOBE SUMMER SCHOol7offers~flrst^
class English and business training in all
departments of commercial knowledge. Stu
dents may earn board. F. A. Maron
_Seventh and St. Peter.
ANNA MACK, from Chicago. 186 East Sev
enth st. ; baths, all kinds; expert massagists.
MRS. DR. STEIN — Baths; electro-magnetic
healer; cures nervousness. 27 East Ssventh
st., suite 200.
GET your gasoline stoves, lamps, bicycle*
sewing machines, etc., repaired by expe
rienced mechanics. Seeder Mfg. Co. forrcer
_ ly_Robert Seeger, 261 East Seventh ft.
YOUR FORTUNE in your hand ;~ palmistry
book; all about it; prepaid for 25 cents
Beekman, the Bookman, 55 East Fifth st.
TO FX CHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE— New goods exchanged for
second-hand. Cardozo Furniture and Ex
change Company. 232 East Seventh st
MRS. DR. Moss, natural seer; readings EOc
357 North Franklin. c ' '
I WANT to use $400 short time; security dia
monds; good interest. Address G 48, Globe.
WANT $1,200. My note secured by deposit
ing my diamond till paid; of triple value
which any expert will certify to; parties of
responsibility are required and with ready
cash; will pay monthly interest of 5 per
cent. Address B 34, Globe.
LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR; never
fails; send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard
Wilcox Med. Co., Dept. 546, Philadelphia.
LADIES! My monthly regulator never falli;
box free. Mrs. B. M.Uowan.Milwaukee.WH.
LOCKWOOD'S Gcod Luck Salve; best thing
for sore feet; all druggists; established 18
REDUCED PRICES on all second-hand
wheels at Minnesota Cycle Factory, 317
Wabasha st. We have the only first-clasg
repair shop in the city.
LOST AND FOUND.
RING LOST— Lost, go:d ring set with three
amethysts, on Minnesota st, between Fourth
and Sixth sts. Return to M. Fox, Newspa
per Row. Reward.
STORAGE— Best in the wor'.d for household
goods*' Tho St. Paul Storage Co., 419-421
remain on exhibition in the bureau of
mines for some time after the return
of the exhibits from Omaha.
Messrs. Lee, Langley and White, of
the bureau, are warm In their praises
of the state feeling which prompted
the donation of this valuable nugget
for the exposition.
Another pplnt respecting this is the
fact that the Smuggler-Union is gen
erally known only as a low-grade ore
producer. These pockets, which pro
duce specimens similar to the one at
the state house, are- numerous, how
ever, throughout the mine, and as high
as $300,000 is said to have been taken
out at one fell swora
In characterizing<^his specimen, Mr.
White said: "It is the most remarkable
lode gold specimen over shown up in
Colorado, and it is probable that there
i 3 not another like it in the country."
HOUSES FOR RENT.
HOUSE— For rent, house of 8 rooms and bath;
barn; centrally located on St. Anthony ay.;
_reasonable rent. Apply 711 Carroll sk
HOUSE— Elegant br!ck resMfSnce, 409 Ash
land ay., mantels In parlors, dining room
and parlor chamber; seven chambers; laun
dry with sj.qne Jubs; modern plumbing.
HOUSES-For rent, a 7-room house at 241
Grove si.; also a 4-room house. Inquire at
HOUSES--400 Nugent st. two~c«ie-story brick
nouses; city wator; cheap. Inquire The
_gtatc Savings Bank.
IIOU£E~ For rent, a small house of three
rooms. 54 East Twelfth st. Inquire at G4
_East Eleventh st.
FOR RENT— 147 Smith ay.. 8 rooms; 2SO
Pleasant ay.. 8 rooms and bath; 3-room
house, 2")2 West Seventh. ?4.
HOUSE— For rent, $10 per month, 242 Maria";
six rooms, city water. J. I. Farley, 54 Nat
_Ger.-Am. Bank Bldg.
HOUSE— For rent, eight-room house; incd
ern conveniences; nicest street In lower
* town. Inquire 594 Olive fit.
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY- Davidson
Block, Corner Fourth and Jackson SU.—
Houses, flats, rooms and stores f;.r rent In
all parts of the city.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT HOTEL FEY, corner Cedar and Seventh.
Rooms at summer prices. By day 35 £0
_and ll^_week, $2^indJ2.so; month, $7 to $10.
COLLEGE AY.. 57 WEST— FIat 23— For rent,
_a nice furnished room.
COLLEGE AY.. 174— Two pleasant furnished
DOUGLAS ST., 22— One Block From Rams:y
Street Car Ba:n— For rent, aoms; el'.y wa
ter and sewer.
ELEVENTH ST.. 100 EAST— For rent, several
rooms on ground iloor; pleasant locality;
_rent cheap to responsible party.
ELEVENTH ST., 64 BAST- Two Inn. front
aicove rooms, with or whhout board; an
__?''; r°'i ms; _?a3, bath; clone to capl:ol.
IGLEHART. 304 — For rent, three rooms fur-
Olsned fo£_llgh_t_ housekeeping; $8.
NINTH ST., 317 BUST— Near Broadway— Two
front rooms; $5 and $10; all conveniences
cool and convenient location; piivate lam
north exchange ST.. flB-for rent, ona
large, nicely furnished front rcom; also cna
smaller room, furnished: bath and all mod
PLEASANT XV.. 183— Four" ~w"ell "furnished
rooms, on ground iioor; very convenient for
_££.Hl?. k «?P i ?Kj_ r ent_reaßonab:e.
RICE ST.. 250— Corner Col'.ege— Two connect
ing up-3tairs front rooms to rent, furnished
j or unfurnished, suitable for light house
keeping, with use of bath.
i ROO.V'S— For rent, two unl'urnished rooms en
-?ar !'.j;o on St. Anthony hill; rent very
I cheap. Andrew J li, Globe.
j ROOMS— Furnished or unfurnished; house"
--: keeping privileges if desired. Call at Flat
SEVENTH ST., 363~EAST-Fo"r rent, two
niceiy furnished front rooms, suitable for
gentlemen; price, $7.
FIATS FOR RENT.
FLAT— For rent, nice seven-room flat; hot
and cold water bath, etc., $13. Foos Block
Dousman St., near West Seventh.
FLATS— For rent., flats. No. 722 Selby ay
Apply to A. Holterhoff, Room 214. Phoen x
_ B JSy d i n K._corner_Seventh and Cedar.
756 PAYNE AY.. Elx-~roonT flat; city "wastel
and sewer; on car line.
1076 Payne ay., four rooms, lower floor- city
; water and sewer; nice yard.
256 West Seventh st., flat; city water and
sewer; on car line.
FORTY-ACRE FARM; twelve miles from St.
Paul; small house and barn; thirty acres in
crop; will Bell with the crop; may consider
an exchange for St. Paul property. Sjofoerg
& Hedberg, 313 Jackson st., second floor.
FOR SALE — Eighty acres unimproved land
between Rochester and Orinoco, Olmsted
county, Minn.; price, $10 per acre- part
_cash. Bayard, Deuel & Co.._ St. Paul, Minn.
j $4,300—300 ACRES improved stock~farm ad
i joining railroad village In Swift county 15)
miles from St. Paul; good buildings, nearly
new; price Includes stock, farm machinery
and growing crop, all complete; o'd nge
and sickness are the cause of sacrifice;
might take five to seven-room houss and
lot In St. Paul, if clear and not far
out, as part pay. W. F. Moritz, P.oneer
BOARD— For rent, a large front room, with
board for two; large yard; ten minutes'
walk of court house; rates moderate. Art
dress S 38. Globe.
BOARD— Furnished rooms with good board,
ftve minutes' walk from business center,
also table bcarder3 want.d. 630 St. Pet?r.
THE TRAFALGAR— CentraI and pleasant lo
cation, with large lawn and shade trees.
306 West Third st.
BUSINESS MEN— Spend your summer at
Hotel Mahtomedi, White Bear Like; oeau
tlful surroundings; rate from $5 up; irains
and motor accommodations.
REAL ESTATE HOUSES.
FOR SALE— Hotel at Lake Park. Backer
county, to be disposed of at once. Addr.ss
Thomas H. Canfield, Administrator, Lake
Park, Becker County. Minn.
WANTED TO RENT.
ROOM — XJcely furnished room; in private
family preferred; central location. Address
X 41, Globe.
BOARD— Wanted, room and board in private
family; rent must be reasonable. Address
G 49. Globe.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to and
by virtue of the order of the Probate Court
for Ramsey county. State of Minnesota, mad-;
and entered in the matter of the estate of
Norman W. Klttson, deceased, and filed in
said court on June 16, 1898, the undersigned,
as the executor of the last will and testament
of said deceased, will, on Thursday, the thir
tieth (30th) day of June, 1898, at 10 o'ciock in
the forenoon, at the office of The St. Paul
Trust Company, in the Endicott building on
Fourth street, in the City of St. Paul, in
said Ramsey county, offer and expose for
sale at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash, all and singular the following per
sonal property, belonging to the estate of said
Six (6) U. S. four per cent consols, series
of 1877-1907; for $SCO each.
Three (3) shares capital stock Second Na
tional Bank of St. Paul; par value $100 per
One (1) share capital stock Merchants Na
tional Bank of St. Paul; par valua $100 per
One-half (%) share capital stock H. M.
Smythe Printing Company; par value $100
Seven (7) shares capital stock The St. Paul
Trust Company; par value $100 psr share
1.245 shares St. Paul Globe Publishing Com
pany; par value $50 per share.
And at a spocial term of said Probate Court
appointed to be hold at the Court House in
the City of St. Paul, in said county, on Tues
day, the fifth day of July, 1898, at the open
ing of said court on that day, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
| counsel can be heard, the said executor wlil
apply to said court for an order confirming
the sales of such of said property as may
then be sold.
Purchasers of such property will be re
quired to pay twenty-five per cent of their
respective bids at time of sale, the balance
to be paid immediately after the confirma
tion of the sale, and upon the delivery of
Dated June 18, 1898.
THE ST. PAUL TRUST COMPANY.
As Executor of Will of Norman W. Kittson,
By J. W. BISHOP. President
CHARLES W. EBERLEIN,
A!I GSobe Readers
Are prospective buyers
or sellers. Small wants
""GUS.I'S CIBGULATiOU GiRQULATES
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF EAM
sey—District Court, Second Judicial Ds
In the Matter of the Assignmj-it of Warm
Hewitt Mead, Insolvent.
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday,
the ninth (9th) day of July, V. D. U9B, at
ten (10) o'clock in the .'oreuoon of said day,
in the Fourth street main eD'ranoe to the
I court house in the City of St. Ptul in
i Raruaey County, Minnesota, the undersl?ued,
as assignee of Warren Hewitt Mead, insol 'e.ir,
will offer for sale and sell at public suit on
\ to the highest bidder for ci;h, subject, how-
I ever, to confirmation of sucn sale by ihe
above named court, the following d:srrited
real estate situated in the City of S:. Paul,
In the County of Ramsey and ctate of Min
nesota, belonging to the estato oof. f said insol
vent, to wit:
An undivided one-half (M>) of tl-.e cast ons
hundred (100) feet of lot cn<3 (.) iv blcck
three (3), Robert and lUndJll'o i'<!d:U;n to
i the City of St. Paul, accard ug to the rc.o d
j er plat thereof on Me in ihe orfl.:e of the
: register of deeds of Ramsey County, MinLe
: An undivided one-half (V£) of lot feu- (J)
| of Lake Residents, an addition io St, P ; ul,
; according to the recorded plat thereof on nl«
: and of record in tiie office oX the register of
1 deeds of Ramsey County, Minnesota.
• Also an undivided one-half iVi) of lots one
I (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), five (5), iix
i (6), eight (8), nine (&), ten (10), eleven (11),
twelve (12), in block one (1); and an undi
vided one-half (Vi) of lots two (2), Lhree (3)
four (4), five (5), sixteen (1G), seventeen (17),
eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty-seven (27),
! twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine (29), thirty (30),
i thirty-one (31) and thirty-two (32), in block
! two (2); and an undivided one-half (Vi) of lots
! nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thir
: teen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen
! CIS), seventeen (17) and eighteen (18), in block
: three (3); and an undivided one-half fl§)
] of lots two (2), three (3), four (4), five (5),
' six (ri), seven (7), eight (&), nine (9), ten (IU),
] eleven (11), thirteen (13), fourteen (.11), fllteen
I (15), sixteen (16), seventeen (17j, eighteen 118)
i and nineteen (19), in blot.k four (4); south
fifty (50) feet of lots nine (!•) and ten (10), m
block five (5); and an undivided one-half t^)
of lot 3 ten (10), eleven (111. twelve (lil), thir
teen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen
(1G), seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (1!*),
twenty (20/, twenty-one (21), twenty-two (22)
and twenty-six VM) in block six (6); and an
undivided one-half (Vz) of lots seven (7), eight
(8), fifteen (15), sixteen (10), seventeen 117),
and the south half (Vs) of lo; eighteen (18),
all in blct-k seven (7); and an undivided
one-half (Vi) of lots two (2), eleven (11). eigh
teen (IS), nlnfteen (19) ar.d thir;y-three [ft),
in block tight (S); and an und;v:ded one-half
(%) of lou one (1) and foune^n (14i, |a
b'.ock nine (9); and an undivided one half pfl
of lot twe-nty-seven 127), in l>!^<-k ten (10);
j and an undivided, one-half (» /2 ) of lot tw>
(2), In block eleven (U); a; d an undivide-4
cne-half (%) of lot five (5), in block tw<? ye
! (12). all in Hitchcock's addition to the C tv
of St. Paul, according to the recorded plat
thereof on file and of record in the office
of the register o£ deeds of the County of
Ramsey and State of Minnesota:
Also an undivided one-half (%) of a piece
of real estate situated in the City of St.
| Paul, in the County Of Ran:sey and State of
Minnesota, more particularly describ:d as
follows, to wit:
Commencing at the northeast cornsr of *nid
Hitchcock's addition, thence running due
easLjj»-tll% ■south line of lot eight (8) of ;-oc
tionflve (5), of township twenty-eight (28»,
north of range twenty-two (22), west of the
Fourth principal meridian, extended duo
eastward to a point intersected by the pro
longation of a line drawn north and south
through the center of lot four (4) in said
section, which point is equl-di3tant frJin
the side lines of said lot four (4) extended
south in straight lines; and thence south on
a line parallel with the ea3t line of said lot
four (4) extended in a straight line to the
south line of said section, and thence west
on the south line of said section to the ea*t
line of said Hitchcock's addition; and thence
northwesterly along the east line of said
Hitchcock's addition to the place of begin
In making such sale the undersigned will
t agree with the purchaser or purchasers of
such real estate at such sale, tf such is de
sired, by such purchasers, that he, said as
signee, will pay the judgment rendered in the
District Court of Ramsey County, State of
Minnesota, in favor of Fannie A. Wheadon
and against Warren Hewitt Mead for the
sum of $1,215.14. of date June 22, A. D. 1897,
in an action then pending in said court
wherein said Fannie A. Wheadon is plaTntlff
and said Warren Hewitt Mead is defendant,
out of the proceeds of the sale so to be made,
and that he, said assignee, will. If such sale
is confirmed by the court, convey the said
real estate free and clear of said judgment.
Except as above stated all of the above de
scribed real estate will be sold subject .to all
taxes, assessments, liens and incumbrancss
against the same.
There will a.so be sold at the same time
and place the personal property belonging to
said estate now in my possession as such
Notice is hereby given that I shall apply
to the above named court, to the judge there
of at chambers, on Wednesday, the 13th day
of July A. D., 1898, at the court house, in
the city of St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minne
sota, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can bs
heard, for the confirmation of such sale.
Dated St. Paul. Minn.. June 4th. A. D. 18S8.
HERMON W. PHILLIPS.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY CV
Ramsey— District Court, Second Judicial
L. A. Shakman Company, a Corporation, «
plaintiff, vs. Christian Schweigei, Carolina
F. Schweigei and F. W. Greaves, doln^
business as F. W. Greave3 & Company, de
fendants — Summons.
The State of Minnesota to the above named
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complßinf-4n this action, which
has been filed with the Clerk of said Court,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers, at their
office, Ror.m No. SOl Pioneer Press Build
ing, in the City of St. Paul, in Ram.^y
County, Minnesota, within twenty days after
the service of this summons upon you. ex
clusive of the day of such service, and If
you fail to answer the said complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will take judgment against you. and
I each of you, for the full sum of Nine Hun
| dred and Nineteen ($919) Dollars, together
with interest thereon from and since the 7th
day of April, 1898. at the rate of 7 'per cent
per annum, besides the costs a.pd^ disburse
ments of this fiction.
Mclaughlin & boyesen.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
No. 901 Pioneer Press Building,
St. Paul. Minnesota.
Dated St. Paul. Minnesota. Arril 7th. '
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey— sa. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Lorenz Rem
On reading and filing the petition of
Mathias Ross, administrator of the estat? of
Lorenz Remmetter. deceased, representing
among other things that he has fully admin
istered said estate, and praying that aiUnio
and place be fixed for cxaniirlng an* al
lowing his account of administration, and\for
the assignment cf the residue of said esiiie.
It is oidered that the said account be ex
amined, and petition heard, by the JuJg9
of this Court, on Tuesday, the 2S:h day of
j June. A. D. 1898. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tha
Probate Court Room in the Court House in
St. Paul, in said county.
And it is further ordered that notice there
of be given to all persons interested by pub
lishing a copy of this order for three suc
cessive weeks, once in each v/e«>k, prior to
said day of hearing, in The St. Paul Daily
'1 1 ob c, a daily newspaper printed and pub
ished at St. Paul, in eald county.
By the Court: G. WILLRK'H
(L. S.) Judge of Probate.
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5 WHO TONIC
<&^rh? HESITATES |j TABLETS j
STRONG LOST 15*"
DRINKS .) 1 1 p-p
--| DEATH \ i I vr E«
Dr. CHAROQT'S TONiO TABLETS
are the only positively guaranteed remedy for
the Drink Habit, Nervousness and Melancholy
caused by strong drink.
WE GUARANTEE FOUR BOXES
to cure any case with a positive written
ffWftranteeor refund the mor.ey. and to de
stroy the appetite for intoxicating liqnors.
THE TABLETS CAN BE fi!VEN WITHOUT
KNOWLEDGE OPJTHfi PATIENT.
STRONG DRINK 2S^ffiß2&*K
not hesitate; you take no risk. Upon receipt
of Sio.oowe will mail you four (4) boxes an!
positive written guarantee to curs or re
fund your money. Single bese.-, 83.00. 4f
ttcre cr y mail
M. E. Coan, Clarendon Drug Store, Sixth
and Wabasha, and W. S. Getty. 34S Robert
Street. St. Paul.
<^^^A CURE YGUBBEST! 7 "
SIZZf Jf r "££* n ** 'rnutioas or nlcer»tio3
3p;u™£, °L ni , v c°u s , t»eaibr,r.«i.
•; . n « laiulosa, and not ustriu*
V^\TH£Ev*N3ChehIOALCO. «rnt or poi<on<.u»
V Va'NCINNATI.O.f— -1 Sold by Dragghh,
\ V U - S - A ->^ \y T s ° nt in plaiL wrapper.
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