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REAL ESTATE MOVING
The West it. Paul Boom Still Continues
in a Somewhat Modified
Form.
The Eailroad Has Picked up All it Can
Get at Seasonable Fig
ures.
Bow the Town Is Growing North,
South, East and West Very
Fast.
Dayton's BlufTßeglnnlngtoliOolcTJp--
Rlfle Park for a City
Park.
Tl»e Reyie"W.
One of the principal features of the real
estate market during the past week was the
excitement in regard to real property in
West St. Paul. The Minnesota & North
western road desired to secure certain pieces
of property on the flats near its road, suit
able and convenient for railroad purposes,
and for sometime has been quietly at work
through third parties picking up such pieces
as could be obtained at reasonable rates.
The road succeeded in securing only a part
of what it required, for the people finally
got hold of what was going on and began
immediately putting up . the prices. They
went up very rapidly, some to three or four
times their value. The railroad finally be
came disgusted at the price and quit buying,
thinking it would be better to trust to the
courts in condemnation proceedings rather
than to pay such outrageous prices. This
determination had a tendency to check the
sales in a certain degree, still the people
have gone on trading in these lots at very
strong figures, principally building their
topes and expectations upon what it is sup
posed the railroad intends to do. The de
(ire to purchase extends all along the flat,
is far as one can see. "Where lots a few
■months ago were not worth paying taxes
Mi. they are now worth and will bring about
Wen a sum as the owner sees lit to ask for
them. This has been the great feature of
the market for the week, and the disposi
tion to get hold of West St. Paul
property still continues, even though
the railroad has ceased to buy.
Borne holders of property in that locality,
fearing'that the prices were getting too high,
have sold out to the railroad thinking it
judicious to take ag ood price that made them
from 100 to 200 per cent., rather than take
the chance of having the amount reduced
by the courts. There are others, however,
that will not do this and propose to fight the
condemnation proceedings, expecting to get
more money in that way.
TALK OF ANOTHER PARK.
During the week there has been some
talk of the city buying the old Rifle park
for the purpose" of changing it into a pleas
ure park. Up to the present time no steps
have been taken towards carrying this talk
into effect. The park has within its limits
a little over eighteen acres and was
gold for 811,000 a short time ago,
to Mr. Kuhl. This piece of property is
located in the southeast part of the Fifth
ward, on Dayton's bluff. The topography
of the park is broken and is generally re
garded as very suitable for the purposes of
a park. The price, however, will probably
be against it. It Is not known precisely
what the city could purchase it for. but it is
probable that the present proprietor would
not be willing to part with it for less than
15. 000 or 5:20.000, and it is not likely that
the city would pay that. G .
WHERE THE TOWN IS GOING.
"While St. Paul is spreading out in all
directions, it is pretty . difficult to say in
which direction it will go the fastest.
Just for the present, and even for
the last year or eighteen months,
West St. ' Paul seems to have
had a little the advantage, and gained the
largest in population. For this advantage
she is indebted to the fact, principally, that
land once there was cheaper than in any
other direction where the distance was no
greater. The laboring man could get a lot
on time and make monthly payments on the
land and the house he might erect. The
distance was not great and he could reach
this side in good season in the morning to
begin work advantages which are not
present on this side the river. ■
The result is that West St. Paul received
considerable population for these reasons,
and during the j last two or three years has
been steadily increasing until it has come
to be a pretty good sized city, with pros
pects of growing to be a good deal larger.
The most attractive part of town, and the
part where there will sooner or later be a
very large population, is the district known j
as St. Anthony hill and the prairie between
St. Paul and Minneapolis. It is a beautiful
piece of country and is receiving a great
deal of attention. A very large amount of
building is being done out there, so great
that it will -surprise any- one that
is not in the habit of visiting that locality
pretty frequently. Many people who used
to go by teams to the fair grounds, now
known as Midway, will recollect what a
long stretch of prairie land there was a few
years ago west of Western avenue. Now
the need for residences lias covered a good
portion of that vacant prairie with dwell
ing houses, until they are coming close onto
Midway. But a short distance to the north
is Hamline, that is building up a good deal,
and a mile or two still further west are Mer
riam and Union Parks, St. Anthony
Park, the Minnesota Transfer, etc. Taken
altogether West St. Paul and the St. An
thony hill district are the two most .prom
ising parts of the city. Dayton's bluff will
come in shortly for its share. Values must
come up in that part of town. In some
respects that bluff has been the most un
fortunate part of the city. For years the
streets were poor, long and vexatious law
suits followed the death of Mr. Lyman
Dayton, which prevented the sale of his
property, and for a long time the streets
were not graded and were little better than
cow paths. Then came the railroads and
practically cut off access to that part of
town, and for the past two years the work
on the Seventh street fill has interfered to
a considerable degree with travel. The
time seems to be approaching when that
beautiful bluff will be recognized as one of
the most attractive parts of the city.
NORTH OF TOWN.
Lately movements have been made which
Indicate that some improvements will be
made in the north part of the city. Streets
have been improved, new additions have
been laid out, and it looks as though steps
are being taken that will result in that part
of town being very greatly built up within
a short time.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The new Schwabe block in West St. Paul
will cost about $15,000. , .
H. Wright has recently bought two lots
in Woodland park for 86,000.
W. C. Kiley has purchased blocks 1 and 2
In J. W. Rogers 9 addition for 89,000. ._ .
John W. White is about to erect a brick
residence on Portland avenue to cost
&10.000.
There is no cessation in the desire to get
hold of West St. Paul property, and it is
eery firm and active. !#•*-? -
Mr. J. F. Udell is preparing to construct
a residence in Woodland park, where he has
purchased two lots for 38.000.
Some of those who purchased property in
West St. Paul recently came out with over
200 per cent, profit on the venture.
Samuel Mayall is soon to erect a four
story block of stores and a hotel on the
cast side of Jackson street, near Seventh.
The grounds of the St. Paul Rifle club
have been sold to B. Kuhl for $11,000. It
contains a little over eighteen acres, and
was bought ten years ago by the rifle club
for SI, OOO. It is located about two miles
out on Dayton's bluff. ?■???■£. '-■
Q. V. Bacon and E. G. Rogers have sold
twenty-two lots in Como Park addition, in
the vicinity of the St. Paul & Northern
Pacific shops, to parties who propose to erect
houses there for rent to laboring men. The
purchasers propose to expend about $20,000
there this season.
Mr. S. G. Sloan, the agent for Mr. Stin-
Boh, has been trying to sell the old base ball
ground,, and quite a number of people out
near there want to. buy, but cannot - agree
with Mr. Sloan as Ito prices, ..therefore, in
order to satisfy them he will sell the
grounds at auction on the 21st. . The
ground is on block 3 of Stinson, Brown
&. Ramsey's addition, on West Seventh
street. •■ ■':-"-■■■-. jr-r:-^-:-'
The Minnesota & Northwestern . railroad
has had constructed the foundation for its :
freight depot in West St. ; Paul. The foun
dation wall is fifteen feet high and 300 feet
long. ■ ;
The Record. , „
_A.ST WEEK'S TRANSFERS : .:
A *•'.'.' NO. Am't
Monday 29 $3i,2ttO
Tuesday 25 41,630
Wedne5day. ..;........... 28 21,200
Thursday 45 117,020
Friday 29 34,203
Saturday 22 54,010
Total. $302,446
LAST WEEK'S PERMITS.
No. " -Ain't
Monday 12 $10,908
Tuesday 8 7,1)05
Wednesday « 20 68,330
Thursday 0 1,025
Friday .' 7 11,100
Saturday ..." 11 9,975
! Total 8108,293'
YESTERDAY'S TRANSFERS. .
Lena B Clarke to Mark B Liddcll, It 5,
Clarke's 5-acrelts §2,250
St. Paul Real Estate Syndicate to Mar
tin Pieczyuski, It 13, blk 2, Syndicate
acid No. 4 375
Edmund Rice, Jr., to John Mulcare, Its
31 and 32, blk 7, Westminster add 1,000
Charles A B Weide to John Heliniuak,
It 4, blklO, Arlington Hills add 300
T B Marrett et al to Erick Peterson, It •
5, blk2B, Oakvillepark.... 300
Edward Kunze to Charles H Lienau et
al, Its 1 and 2, blk 72, West St. Paul
proper 2,000
Dennis Ryan to Patrick H Kelly, It 1,
| sec 5, town 28, range 23, and miscel
-1 laneous property 24,000
John G Hinkel to H M Crosby ,lt 9, Union
I Park 1,000
James L Lovering et al to R M Dance,
It 9 blk 9, Lowering Park 375
II L Levy to Carrie Bernheim, It 10, blk *'
! 11, Irvine's 2d add 1*450
; Nils G Hanson to P R Christensou, It
I 28, blk 15, subd of Stinson's div 1,050
! Edmund P Wilgns to John Pederson, Its
11 and 12, blk 2, subdiv of Hoyt's
outlts 1,100
j Lane X StoneetaltolsaaciMillete.lt: — *.
! 19, blk 23, Oakville park 300
|R F Marvin to John M Lynch, It 18, blk . '
! 3, Lockwood's add 1,200
; John L Merriam to Gustave F Berg-
J staeh, Its 3 and 4, blk 14, Merriam
I park •.."-. 510
! I St Peter et al to Paul Martin, It 1, blk
; 10, Morrison's add 1,000
Robt A Smith to John Peterson, Its 12
and 13, blk 5, Arlington Hills add 500
Win Dawson et al to Spencer E Smith et
al, sw'ly3oft of It 13, blk 53 Rice &"<•:_
Irvine's add '. 8,300
Sarah B Ramaley to Ernest Birchall, It
18, blk 18, Ramaley park 100
R H Lee to Win R Marshall, pt of Its 1 .
to 5 mc, blks 4 and 5, and It 5, blk 13,
Michel & Robertson's add ; . . ... 100
,Wm R Marshall to R H Lee, pt of Its 1 ' . :
to 4mc and 23 to 26 mc, blk 13, and j : '*>;
se% of It 10, blk 10, Michel & Robert- ! : '
son's add 2,775
West Side, Land and Cottage CotoGeo
Knopf etal, It 19, blk 10, Prospect
Plateau 625
Hortense Hill to M J Russell, Its 1 and
2, blkl7, Brooklynd 2,700
Total $54,010
YESTERDAY'S BUILDING PERMITS.
A Distler, frame wood shed, n side Au
rora ay. bet Western ay and Arun- ■ , .
die st il : 550
E Mealey, 1-story frame dwelling, n side
Ross st, bet Payne and Greenbrier st. ' 475
Edmund Johnson, 1-story frame store
and dwelling, s side Minnehaha st,bet
Preble and Payne sts 2,000
Thomas Hyland, front porch to frame
dwelling, w side Front st, bet Viola
and Sherburn ay 50
C E Otis, 2-story frame kitchen, c side
Summit ay, bet Rice and St Peter sts. 1,500
Frank Kranz, alter and repair 3-story
stone hotel, n side 3d st, bet Sibley .
and Jackson sts. 2,000
William Dickinson, 1%-story frame,
dwelling and barn, s side Robie st, bet
Cambridge and Brown sts 1,000
J Weklund, 1-story frame dwelling and
barn, s side McLean, st, bet Cypress
and Earl sts 400
Joe Gagnier, 1%-story dwelling and
barn, n side Central st, bet Harvard
and Woodbury sts 1,000
D Greeley, 1-story frame dwelling, E
Clark st, bet York and Case sts 500
George Wehle, 1-% story brick dwelling
w side Daly st,bet James and Palace sts 1,000
Eleven permits, total cost 59,975
SEAL ESTATE TOR SALE.
Middleton «fc Dougan's List. '
170 East Third.
QO THH— HOUSE AND LOT, CORNER
«£>/C 5 / UU Maple and Fifth streets, Dayton's
Bluff; five rooms; very neat and reasonable. \'~i i
(gjO nnn— LOT WELL LOCATED >ON NEL
OOjvJvJvJ son avenue. \ ■•:, i ■(„,-■<_■ ! ■. "'•
<r.»3 n.nn— house AND lot ON RAVINE
"PO-jL/w vj street, between Bates and Maria;
seven rooms, cellar and cistern.
C 1 /^fin— TjOTS ON GRAND AVENUE, NEAR
'4>±,«JUU Dale street.
<£Q nnn~" A N0 - l RESIDENCE SITE ON
«J)O}UUU Crocus hill; fine view and cheap at
the price; look into it.
<£O nnn~ ACRES between the CITIES
>&/£>t t \J\J\J and near the stock yards; can be
platted into lots and a handsome advance ob
tained. ■ •
QQKri FOR THE LAST ONE OF THOSE NEAT
<$*JtJ\J cottages on Edgerton street, near new
Swedish church; small cash payment; balance on
monthly installments. ;
F\f\f\— HOUSE AND THREE LOTS ON
*!)/&)*J\J\J Dayton's Bluff; this is a bargain.
<S»Q/rr\ TO $500 FOR LOTS IN FAIRVIEW
K)»J'J\J addition; small cash payment and bal
ance on easy terms; these ought to strike you.
(2»Qrin LOTS on PAYNE AVENUE, ONE OF
O»~)e_/vJ the best streets in the city; only. (25
cash down, and balance $10 per month; what do '•
you think of that for cheapness?
QC f\f\ ACRES ON FORT STREET— IS
tJp'JWvJ a chance for speculation.
Q-l F\(\r\ SEVEN LOTS IX EASTVILLE
*J)X^vv/\-/ Heights, one-half cash, balance one,
two and three years; a good thing.
Cg»qnn to * 500 lots in -WESTMINSTER •
>J*J UU addition; call and get one, or a dozen,
any way to suit yon." ;f .-'
QK fjAA NEW HOUSE ON DAYTON'S
tpC/^\J\J\J Bluff; nine rooms, bath room, cel
lar, etc.
Q/f OHO house and lot, north
tpfl^UUU street, Dayton's Bluff; this house is
complete, lot 85 feet frontage. \i .■! - •' „ .
C'JAA LOTS ON VICTORIA STREET, BE
*D*J\J\J tween Palace and James streets. ;
QA f\f\ CHOICE LOTS IN WATSON'S ADDl
ap~r\J\J tlon upon easy terms.
Q~i Ann THREE OF THE BEST LOTS IN
OXyJOKJ Arlington Hills.
QTj i)AA LOT ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE
kJX^A/\J\J near Western.
©/I nnn ONE-HALF double HOUSE on.
•]i7'4 ( jV_/VJV_/ Ashland avenue, furnace, fine man
tle, grate, bath room, etc.; a portion of the pur
chase money can be paid in monthly payments. ,
*K£i (}f)(\ HOUSE AND LOT CORNER IGLE
ty\Jt)\J\JyJ hart and Louis; 9 rooms, furnace,
etc.; barn lot 50x100; location very desirable. ;
_ CRES NEAR LAKE COMO AND NORTHERN
xi. Pacific railroad purchase.
W. 11. Richardson's List.
inn xiG9 FEET FRONT ON DAYTON, EAST
lUU of Mackubin street.
A LOTS IN HOLCOMB'S ADDITION, $3,000.
.> LOTS ON SUMMIT AVENUE, $1,200.
.) LOTS ON SUMMIT AVENUE, $2,200. '
2 LOTS IN HANSON & SIMONTON'S ADDI
-tion, $750.
-i(\ LOTS IN ROGERS' ADDITION, NEAR MAC-
J.U alester college, $3,501. ■ ■»
i)Q LOTS OUT MISSISSIPPI STREET, $4,000. .
"I F\ LOTS OUT WEST SEVENTH STREET,
1O n.ooo.
OUSES AND LOTS IN ALL PART 3OF THE
city. _ ■_
SEVERAL; BARGAINS IN IMPROVED AND
unimproved business property.
OEVERAL BARGAINS IN WEST ST. PAUL.
A CRES IN LARGE AND SMALL TRACTS FOR
A platting. W. H. Richardson, 309}* Jackson
street. ■ !
■- Bacon <fc Coleman's List. -■-
OECUUE A HOME IN NORTHWESTERN SEC-
C* tiou of the city, on line of University avenue
street cars. Nice level lots on easy payments and
lumber furnished to build. Call and see us if you
wish to &ocure ■ a home. Bacon ft Coleman, 325
Jackson street. .' . ;.
'SOYQf ) FEE . ON ELEVENTH STREET
-A.*7l_/ for *4, 200; a decided bargain. Ba
con & Coleman.
ST. ANTHONY HILL LOTS ON EASY PAY-
O ments and lumber furnished to build. • Bacon
& Coleman. . . : . .' . ' ; ; / ' '_' ; .^ffßßffi
WEST ST. PAUL— *2,OOO FOR 81X77 FEET
corner, facing on State ' street, with good
house. Look this up. Bacon & Coleman.
A LARGE LIST OF HOUSES AND LOTS IN ALL
A parts of the city. ■ Call on us before purchas
inc. Bacon ft Coleman. • -~ - • ■■•■.•-•-. •
THE" ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SUNDAY MOKNING, JUNE 7, 1885.— SIXTEEN PAGES.
REAL, ESTATE FOR SALE. ;
._ . . . . liiivisiV. .Brown's .List.. . ■
<R") / \(\i \ Foil TWENTY. ACUK3- OK GOOD
f^>/CyJ\J\J garden land on White Boar Lako
road. Davis & Brown.
(£1 /inn~ ' *IVK-UOOM 11ODSR ON
«SP-l^r± | \_/L/ Armstrong avenue — very easy pay
ments. Davis & Brown.
01*3 Onn w>iu;;>on six-hoom house on
ipOtIUUU liui-r street. Davis & Brown. !
C>l fVVY~ nlng BUSINESS LOT ■ON HICK
fjl)\jVJU street. Davi- S: Brown.
T AItGK LIST OK WIOST ST. PAUL PKOI'KBTV
-Li for sale by Davis A Brown.
<n»i f;,^/ "j new SKVEN-ROOM HOUSE AND
»pI^«J«JU nice level lot on Carroll street. Davis
i, Brown. ■ •
2 LOTS ON DAYTON AVKXUK, NEAR KKXT
street; south front; at a great bargain, if taken
this week. Duvis & Brown.
co inn *OB 71x161 I'KKT AT COUNKKOK
*i/O^lv/V7 Dayton and -Dalo streets. Davis &
Brown. . r .
tltQ.)/"; FOB HANDSOME LOT ON FULL UK
«s'O>C'»J street, near Arundel street. Davis &
Brown.
C/ 1 *-£( v ) iMx i '-° kk kt at >UN ll OK DAV
<iP^r»jOUU ton uvenue and Dale street.. Davis
& Brown.
Qin nnn nuY * lot bOxIMJ" feet ox
*T>IU«UV/V." Fifth street near Exchange street;
this lot fronts both Seventh and Fifth streets; the
cheapest piece of business property west of Wa
basha street.' Paris & Brown. •
<S}A (\(\ FEU FOOT FOB 75x10(1 FEET OS WA
tP^Uu basha street, between Seventh and
Eighth streets. Davis & Brown.
Q FINE BUSINESS CORN2RS " ON WABASHA
/^ street. Davis A Brown. ." ■'.
$•) Qi\( ONLY FORONE ACRE OF GROUND
>£)O\JyJ and two houses that cost $1,200;
Dayton's bluff. Davis A Brown.
CQa() BUYS NICE LEVEL LOTS ON PORT
WiA» land avenue, two blocks front street
cars. Davis & Brc»/n. . ... . ■
Q»),^r\ GOOD LOTS ON McLEAN AVENUE,
OOt/U Dayton's bluff. Davis & Brown. - •
(£1 Q^n FOR BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON DAY
tpl^t/t-JL' ton avenue, near Kent street. Davis
is, Brown, 300 Jackson street. •
<rr*-| f)r\(\ GOOD LOTS ON, MARTIN STREET,
»vlv-''-<'^' near Rice street. ■ Davis & Brown,
360 Jackson street.
<J>ry,^/\ FOR NICE LOTS ON SELBY AND
tip / fJ\J Hague avenues. Davis & Brown.
Q^ £OM BUYS A NICE HOME ON IGLE l
ipi/^OUU hart street, between Rice and St.
Peter streets. Davis & Brown.
<S^) F^OCi TWO FINE lots OX BANFIL
«J?/C^«JUU street, near Seventh street. Davis
& Brown. ' .__
<•£*-} OHO LOT -'0x175 FEET TO ALLEY, ON
%>tjq&\J\J Pleasant avenue, between Walnut
and Chestnut streets. Davis & Brown.
Ct'Qnn BUYS, GOOD LOTS ON DAYTON AYE-
\J\J nue. Davis & Brown. "
Q-| £)Rf\ BUYS FIVE NICE LOTS OAK
<S>I)S&*J\J ville Park addition. Davis & Brown.
(jj»H Of\f\ FOR EIGHT ACRES ON DALE
t£V/^OUv/ street. Davis & Brown.
inn GOOD LOTS IN MILTON'S ADDITION,
lUU.near University, avenue, for sale at $400
and .*425 by Davis & Brown.
Cg»K Onn FOB HANDSOME NEW TEN-ROOM
<4?iJ}&\J\J house on Selby avenue, near Arun
del street. Davis & Brown.
Qin /snn roa kixe d ouble house,
■pl\J)*J\J\J nine rooms each, city water, bath
room, etc.; Laurel avenue. Davis & Brown.
(£•1 /♦/ \l \ FOR BEAUTIFUL LOT ON IGLE
KJIp\)\J\J hart street, near Virginia avenue.
Davis & Brown. 07JH
Smith. <fe Taylor's List.
D ICE STREET ACRE PROPERTY IS THE
IX best property for the money in the city; we
have forty acres one mile from the city at $150
per acre for a few days; drive out with us and see
it. : Smith & Taylor, 317 Jackson street.
<C-/I (\(\(\BVYS A TEN-ROOM HOUSE ON
•p4t,UUL/ St. Anthony hill; fire-place, new,
modern; easy terms.. Smith & Taylor.
q> »_>nn— ON FOREST STREET; EASY
*$O\JU terms. Smith & Taylor.
Q.")Cri PER FRONT FOOT— TWENTY FEET
*s>Ajk)\J on Seventh street this side of the Seven
corners; a bargain. Smith & Taylor.
Q*-3^n PER FRONT FOOT FOR TWENTY
*S»JiJ\J five feet on East Fourth, next to the
new club house; no cash down if you will build.
Smith & Taylor.
'Q? A Ann— EIGHT " ROOM HOUSE ON~DALE
tjs / ±,L»UU street, barn, etc. Smith & Tay
lor. - - .- ; "■■■ . .
(£1 p*f\f\ BUYS FOUR LOTS ON THE.
DuU flats, West side. A bargain. Smith
& Taylor. 317 Jackson street.
<i>Q/V\ EACH FOR EIGHT LOTS, WEST
tpOUL/ side, near State street; a bargain.
QQ/=;rV— LOT ON RAVINE STREET, NEAR
*JPO«-/V_/ Bates avenue.' Easy terms. Smith &
Taylor. v ' " ■ '
INK CORNER IN TERRACE PARK. LOVE
,' view; 100 feet front, facing south, Smith
& Taylor. '
Qr.^Lfk— LOT ON ST. ANTHONY AVENUE,
>±>*J*J\J east of Mackubin street.
(*Qnn— ON FULLER- STREET, EASY
t(pOUU terms. • :
On FEET ON RICE STREET, A CORNER,
PV_s2,ooo. '
Ap\ FEET ON RICE STREET, A CORNER,
*±O $1,000, this side of the bridge. Smith &
Taylor. 317 Jackson street.
DESK ROOM FOR RENT IN OUR OFFICE
cheap; "the Wall street of the city," Smith
& Taylor, 317 Jackson street.
CtA i)l=\— s2s CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY.
/ ±>C'«J for lots near the Manitoba shops.
Smith & Taylor.
<JT»/{ f\f\ PER ACRE FOR TEN ACRES ON DALE
Kp^kxJKJ street, next to Rogers & Hendricks' ad
dition; is worth $700 per acre to-day. Smith &
Taylor.
<HiO 1 C\C\~ ' r south facing on holly
tp^tfiX/XJ avenue; very cheap.
(J»Q^rV— ON ASHLAND AVENUE— EASY
'-U>O»-/L/ terms; also corner on Marshall avenue
for 1,100. Smith & Taylor, 317 Jackson street.
©1 f)f\[\ CASH FOR Y-FOOT LOT ON
*JpA}VyUL/ Maria avenue facing east. Smith &
Taylor.
Bentley & Hildebrand's List.
OTS IN EISENMENGER'S OR.FAWCETT'S
addition from $400 to $000 on Rice street, only
$15 required down, balance $7 per month.
QA ACRES WEST OF LAKE PHALEN, $500
OVJ per acre; 10 acres east of Lake Phalen $300
per acre.
T OTS IN WRIGHT'S ADDITION $350 to $1,350;
J-i one-fourth cash, balance easy payments.
cj»-| >i nnn buys one of the finest
*$l.*dbi\J\J\J residences on College avenue;
one-third down, balance on easy terms.
Q-j A C\(\ FOR NICE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON
iO'-l^ft'UvJ Armstrong street; $200 cash, balance
$10 per month. ■ .
QryrVC FOR HOUSE AND LOT; MUST BE
«J5 / / «-/ sold; look this up.
<£Q "I C\C\ FOR A SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE AND
%5/^^AV/V/ barn; $700 cash, balance easy.
<>j P\(\f\ FOR FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, LOT
«]pl}t/Uv/ 40x120 on Minnehaha street near
East Seventh street. > ■
E HAVE SEVERAL NICE LOTS AND
WE HAVE SEVERAL NICE LOTS AJID
houses and lots on Dayton's bluff, some big
bargains. Bently & Hildebrand.
T OTS IN CHUTE'S BROS. DIVISION FROM $400
±J to $1,000; terms easy. Bentley & Hildebrand.
<£>-! £ f)C\r\ BUYS ONE-HALF BLOCK IN EW--
OjV/VJ \J ing & Chute's addition; one-third
down. .
<££ C\l\f\ BUYS TWO LOTS CORNER WABA
ijjjQ^UUU sha and St. Peter.
QQ^n BUYS TWO LOTS ON CORNER OF
•pOt/V/ Forest and Marion streets. We also
have choice lots on Forest street at $250 each, one
third cash, balance on easy terms.
qr>Q Kf\f\ BUYS A BLOCK IN AUERBACH &
ijpO^t/V/vy Hand's addition.
<££QA BUYS NICE BUILDING LOT ON
f^Kj^'J Granite street. '
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY TO SELL
■ please give us prices and terms, as we may
have a customer for it. For balance of our list
call on Bentley & Hildebrand, 313^ Jackson street.
A. E. & C. W. Clark's Ids*.
FOR SALE— PLACE ON MARIA AVENUE
for $5,350. A. E. & C. W. Clark, corner Fourth
and Robert streets. . ■ 4 y. V";
T7INE HOME ON WEST SEVENTH STREET
Jl for any one who keeps a horse and carriage;
nine-room house, furnace and open grate, good
cellar, cistern and well, barn; 100 feet front on
Seventh street, 200 feet deep, well shaded; for
sale cheap and on very easy terms. A. E. &C. W.
Clark, corner Fourth and Robert streets.
•> AND FIVE ACRE LOTS OUT KICK AND MIS
-0 sissippi streets, $150 per acre on monthly pay
ments. A. E, &C. W. Clark, corner Fourth and
Robert streets. ' " ' - .
QlQtyß AND $400 FOR GOOD LOTS ADJOIN
•l?»3 / v ing Bonn's lumber yard; *25 down and
$10 per month. A. E. & C. W. Clark, corner of
Fourth and Robert streets. " .
f^NE BARGAIN LEFT IN WEST ST. Paul. A.
\J B. & C. W. Clark, corner Fourth and Robert
streets. . '. . . ,
THE LEASE OF THE STORE, CORNER OF
J. Sibley and Fifth streets, recently occupied
by Colbert, Hill & Co., for sale cheap. A. E. &C.
W. Clark. : . ■ . .
•_} ACRE LOTS FRONTING ON SAVAGE LAKE,
»J $200 per acre; $50 down, $10 per month. A. E.
&C. W. Clark.
IQ/; FEET, CORNER WESTERN AVENUE
1 /CU and La Fond street, for $2,700. A. E. &
C. W. Clark, corner Fourth and Robert streets.
7) HOUSES AT END OF STREET CAR TRACK
.•"^ on Grand avenue, 13,000 each; very easy terms.
A. E. & C. W. Clark.
t£» OF)C\— LOT ' NEAR ADAMS SCHOOL , ON
*O>OO \J monthly payments. A. E. &: C. W.
Clark. .-. .. - ■ . -/ ; ••■ ■ ■
"I n 20 OR 40 ACRES NEAR POST SIDING; GOOD
±U investment. A. E. &C. W. Clark. ; :
HEAL ESTATE FOU SALE. ' - ;
k7~S. Norton's J^lßt. . '/ ., ;
WILL YOU BUILD THIS YEAR?—
contemplating building homes this year
should look at the most beautiful site in : the city.
Warrondalo is located on the south side of' Lnko
Como, on high around gently sloping toward the
lake. It is but three miles from the wholesale or
business part of tho city— be but ten minutes !
ride on (he cars, which will run every hour. A
I depot will be built .it one end of the property. A
1 wide boulevard will tra verso the city to the prop
erty, running through it to the lake shore, thence
to the fair grounds beyond. There will bo a stip
ulation with purchasers not to build less .than a
i 1 ..".OH house, thereby Insuring a class of residences
i which will bo an ornament to the property. Como
I Park joins tho property on the west, upon which
is a line growth of traes, giving a cool and re
freshing shade in the summer nnd protection from
the cold winds of winter. - In fact, the property is
surrounded by trees on all sides.. The Como Park,
owned by the city and for park purposes • only,
trill be improved by the : city, making tho most
beautiful park in tiio city. There is bo addition
in this city that compares with this for hoalthful
iit'ss and beauty of scene**. The addition is now
placed in the market for the first time, and those
desiring to build homes had better call early so as
to secure the first selection of lots. Easy terms.
No saloons will bo allowed on- the property.
Property will bo cheerfully shown to those- desir
ing to locate. Information will be i given at the
office of E. S. Norton, 335 Robert street. „ ,Yy ;.i
OV ACRE PIECES IX COMO VILLAS. BLOCKS.
>C and lots near the N. P. U. 11. improvements.
E. S. Norton, 835 Robert street.
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS • INVESTED IN
tho right locality is sure to pay tha investor
well. I have investments from $125 to $1,000. If
you wish to invest do not delay. E. S. Norton,
335 Robert street. - - ■ •-' ■
NP. RAILROAD AND LAKE COMO REGION.
« The man who hesitates is the man who
m:\kcs tho least. E. S. ; Norton, 335 Robert
street. - ; ' '■'•'■ ■ " ' ■
7 ACRES OX SN ELLIXG AVENUE, NEAR MlL
waukee short line; good house on the property.
E. S. Norton, 335 Robert street."
<£*;> ryr\r\ — "-ROOM noUSK AND barn,
•^•J, / UU south-facing lot, on St. Anthony hill.
E. S. Norton, 335 Robert street.
T OTS IN SUMMIT PARK, PALACE ADDITION,
JLI and all pitrts of St. Anthony hill. E. S. Nor
ton, 355 Robert 3trect. . '-. ; -v
I OTS ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE AND NORTH
l~i of the avenue. E. S. Norton, 355 Robert
street. r ■
BOULEVARD ADDITION IS NOW PLACED IN
the market; located near Macalcster col
lego and on Milwaukee short lino; twelve minutes
to union depot. This is a beautiful addition
and very desirably situated. E. 8: Norton, 335
Robert street.
USINESS PROPERTY AT LOW FIGURES,
both improved and unimproved; a long list
of very desirable property on Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
and Third streets. E. S. Norton. 335 Robert
street. ' .
W. S. Monroe's List.
(JJj-J Q F\(\r\ GREAT BARGAIN; 50x100 IM-
V-» *J)iJ\J\J proved on Wabasha street south of
capitol; no such bargain ever offered in this city;
it must be sold; call and see me at once if you
want to make a handsome profit with a little
money; I mean business. W. S. Monroe, 325 Jack
son street. _j ' ' ■
<5»1 Qnn HOUSE FIVE ROOMS.ONLY THREE
«pJL}OV_/V_/ blocks from streetcars; good cellar,
well, etc.; $300 cash, balance $10 per month; a
bargain. W. S. Munroe. .
<5»-| PAf^ beautiful house, six ROOMS,
'4?-L^OL/v_/ fine shade trees,etc; Fauquier street;
a bargain. W.S.Monroe. ■
<£•"! O A FRONT FOOT IMPROVED ON WABA
tjpl/Cc' sha street, north of capitol; will be busi
ness property very soon; cheap. W. S. Munroe.
BUSINESS LOTS ON BATES AVENUE, DAY
ton's bluff, at a bargain; stores all around it;,
easy terms. W. S Monroe. ' ' • ?->-;
WILL TRADE LOT THAT WILL DOUBLE IN
value in less than one year, for horse and
buggy; no cash. W. S. Monroe. '
COO nnn business lot IN THE HEART
«4p/C/C,UUU of wholesale district; lot 50x150 to
20-ft. alley; street paved; water, gas and sewer; a
very few thousand cash, balance one to five years
at 7 per cent. ; only vacant lot on the street. ;W.
S. Monroe.
F\ LOTS ON THE FLATS IN WEST ST. PAUL AT
if a sacrifice; look after this at once; 82,500 takes •
the bunch; easy terms. W. S. Monroe, 325 Jack
son street. ' ' '
dj>rȣ:n east seventh street lots,
«IsD<.yvJ south facing, this side of the creek; 100
per cent, in this by next fall; adjoining lots held
at $1,000; easy terms; only three left. W. S.
Monroe.
SPECULATORS, IF YOU HAVE A FEW HUN-
O dred to invest, call on me and I will show you
where you can make 100 per cent, inside of six
months. W. S. Monroe.
HAVE A LARGE LIST OF ACRE PROPERTY
lying between the two cities that can be bought
very cheap, if looked after soon. W. S. Monroe.
<jj»Q^n— HOUSE. FOUR ROOMS, CISTERN,
*$7t*J\J etc., on Mortain street, graded, side
walk laid; $350 cash; call and see it. W. S. Mon
roe. "■ ■■ . :■■'»•;-•'
CM Qnn~- SPECIAIj BARGAIN IN TWO
iJPI^OUU business lots, 50-foot front each,
only fifteen minutes walk from Merchants hotel,
street graded and stores on adjoining' lots; a
chance for four stores and four dwelling houses
that will rent right away; ,-.a . snap; come quick;
must sell; lower town. , W. S. Monroe.
<IT» !\r\(\ CASH, CORNER LOT, ST. ANTHONY
«JPt/ \J yj hill, south facing, beautiful lot; a bar
gain. Monroe. . %^;;:-'; '. .^/ : . .
A. H. 2flcolay'B List. ~
C»Q F\r\(\ BUYS A HANDSOME RESIDENCE
*^Cj^tJKJ\J on Ashland avenue, near Western;
contains ten rooms; all modern conveniences;
bath, gas, etc.; also a good barn in tho rear; lot
75 feet front. A. H. Nicolay, 116 East Fourth
street. '
<3lTnn BUYS A NICE LOT ON BEECH
•4P / \J\J street, near Seventh. A. H. Nicolay,
116 East Fourth street.
(£O I 7'A EACH FOR LOTS ON LINCOLN AVE
«J'»J /*J nue,' also a few corners. Nicolay, 116
East Fourth street. ; -
tfiiT F\C\(\ BUYS A NICE LOT ON WEST
*$> / i<J\JKJ Ninth street. A. H. Nicolay,. 116
East Fourth street. ' .
LOTS ON JENKS, CASE, LAWSON AND COOK
JLI streets, and all the principal streets, Arling
ton Hills addition. Nicolay ; __
*31/1 (\(\C\ BUYS TWO LARGE LOTS ON
L b^J\j\J Third street; terms easy. A. H.
Nicolay, 110 East Fourth street. ,
LOTS ON ST. ANTHONY HILL, ALL PARTS—
also houses at low figures. ■ A. H. Nicolay, 118*
East Fourth street. . „
<2»q^;n ONLY for good lots ON PALACE
<]pOi/U and James streets. Nicolay, 116 East
Fourth street.
CHOICE BUSINESS LOTS AND BLOCKS IN
lower town at very low figures; liberal terms.
A. H. Nicolay. ; ' .
ACRES IN COTTAGE HOMES ADDITION,
cheap. Nicolay, 116 East Fourth street, ad
joining corner of Robert.' . . -
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY
X quick, list it with A. H. Nicolay, 116 East Fourth
street, opposite, new American Bank
building. -.■■■..-■■ ■■'/<:'■;
LOTS ON SUMMIT AVENUE, LOTS ON GRAND
J-J avenue, lots on ' Holly avenue, lots on Port
land avenue, lots on Dayton avenue, lots on Selby
avenue, lots on Lincoln avenue, lots on Pleasant
avenue, lots on Nelson avenue, and many other
choice locations on St. Anthony hill at low figures
and easy terms, for - sale by A. H. Nicolay, 110
East Fourth street, near Robert. : '
LOTS IN WHOLESALE DISTRICT ON EAST
Third street. East Fourth street, East Fifth
street, East Sixth street, Jackson street, Robert
street, Minnesota street, Cedar street, Wacouta,
street, Broadway, Rosabel street and a number of
fine corner lots, including also some desirable im
proved property on easy terms. For sale by
Nicolay, 116 East Fourth street.
I. IS". Snow's List.
137 East Third street.
OR BARGAINS IN WEST SIDE PROPERTY
call on I. N. Snow. 137 East Third street. .
ARE CHANCE — FIVE FINEST LOTS ON
West side $500; less than market price. Call
Monday and see list. 1. N. Snow, 137 East Third
street. ■ : -,'V'r . .
<£O T/Vl — NEW seven-room house,
«ffws / O\J with lot. right in heart of city; see
this. I. N. Snow. 137 East Third street. '■ -• i j
O NOT FAIL TO CALL MONDAY IF YOU
want a bargain on West Si.de. I. N. Snow,
137 East Third street. ■. : ■ ' ■ I,?,; ■'.' '■
ALL MONDAY and see my LIST of prop
erty; will sell cheap. I. N. Snow*, 137 East
Third street. ..•.:■■.■-■■.■■....•■■ .'
"PARTIES LOOKING FOR BARGAINS WILL DO
-L well to see my list before buying. ■I. N. Snow,
137 East Third street.' ..- . ' . : . ; '■ ■'-
Q>ty $~\C\ ONLY— IO3XI36 FEET— WEST st.
<JJ> / O\J PauL Call . Monday; no . trouble to
show property. I. N. Snow, 137 East Third street.
*i;Q7'V BIG BARGAIN— ELEGANT
»ipO i O lots, including corner, In West. St. !
Paul. I. N. Snow, 137 Ea.-it Third street:
IT WILL PAY ANYONE TO SEE MY LIST OF
X bargains on Monday. I. N. Snow, 137 East
• Third street. • , - ,'•*-•" ~ :~ ..
•d*»l A(\(\— FIVE-ROOM,. HO USB. ST.. AN-
Ijj)l^^vJ' / thony Hill, ?:>OO cash, . balance
monthly. I. N. Snow, 137 East Third street.
<C 1 i'( 1/ 1— ROOM HOUSE WITH LOT ON
«!pI,UUI/ Charles street, near Rice. I. N.
Snow, 137 East Third street. .'....-
BIG BARGAIN' if TAKEN this • WEEK,
finest lot on Summit avenue. I. N. Snow, 137
East Third street. •■•■ - > ■ •■■■'-■■'■■'■' - :
<nTo/ FINE CORNER LOT ON CHARLES
«S>OUU street, near Western . avenue. I. N.
Snow.' ■' ' ."' i ' •'•'* ' •'• '' " "''-..•'•"■"•'• ■'
<Hl'*7^n-~ ELEGANT CORNER LOT OVER
'«Jp / O\J looking the river; a bargain. I. N.
Snow, 137 East Third street. ■,•':..:;
C ALL MONDAY FOR BARGAINS IN DAY
. ton's : bluff property. I. N. Snow, 137 East
Third street. . - • ■..»,.■:-,,-. .;, , T ;„ '^-;- . ;-
T7INE BUSINESS LOT ON SEVENTH STREET,
1. less than value. I. N. Snow, 137 East Third
street. : '.'-'. . - ■ "' •' "•-■■■•■■'■• •■'• " ; '.r.v ■'■'■■■■•■?'. ;
<tt»-| I nr\f\ FIVE-ROOM HOUSE WITH CIS
«]PI «OUU tern, cellar, and good lot in heart
of city; terms easy. 1. N. Snow, 137 East Third
street.- ' • ->
REAL ESTATE , FOR SALE.
: A. H. WHsuh <ie lire's List. . :
QQAA OR * 40 ' ) CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY,
«4pOUU fine house and grounds on St. Anthony
hill, east of Kent street and south of - Laurel ave
nue; water and sower; this is a line home, cheap,'
and on terms of rent; nothing like it for tho money
and terms in the city. A. B. Wiltriis & Bro. ,
Cjj»Q O^n BUYS »0 FEET ON SEVENTH, BE
ijpOfXit/U tween Maple ' and Bates; this is be
low anything you can buy near it; a fine invest
ment. A. B. Wilgus A Bro. ■■
SITES FOR LUMBER YARDS IN THE FUTURE
KJ great ■ lumber districts adjoining - Minnesota
Transfer and other equally as good places close to
center of city. ' A. B. Wilgus & Bro. ■
1G DEVELOPMENTS ARE IN PROGRESS
about the Minnesota Transfer; we havo choice
lots and acres in that vicinity very cheap. A. B.
Wilgus and Bro., 354 Jackson.
C*/inn FOR A LOT ON THE FLAT ALONG*
'JhUU side those that have been sold for $000
In the last three days. Wo have three of them.
A. B. Wilgua & Bro. '
WEST ST. - PAUL, WEST ST. PAUL, WEST
St. Paul. We have the only complete list of
West St. Paul lots to offer, at old prices. A. B.
; Wilßun Ik, Bro.
ACRES ON THE NEW BOULEVARD, ON
HnellinK avenue, on Rico street, on . Lake
Como, and near the Northern Pacific Shops. ' A.
B. Wilgus & Bro. H_BS
LOTS IN NELSON'S ADDITION! $25
/4sk)\J ' cash; $25 one month, balance monthly;
worth $375 easy. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
$O OC\C\ PORTLAND AVENUE HOUSE AND
*J^»JkJ* ) lot; fair terms; soven rooms and
south facing lot. A. B. Wilgus & Bro. ■
BLOCKS AND HALF ■ BLOCKS OF LOTS AT
prices that we can assure you will double your
money this year. A. B. WilgUS ft Bro.
"jnLEGANT RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS ON ST.
S-J Anthony hill, South facing and very cheap;
must be sold. 1 A. B. Wili?us ft Bro. . ■ .
IGHT-ROOM HOUSE,. ASHLAND AVENUE
near Western, for $6,350 if sold at once;
water, sewer and stable. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
FIVE ACRES NEAR RICE AND FRONT STREET
X at a bargain .to plat; will sell for 100 per cent,
platted. A. B. VVilgns & Bro. •
<3JQ Qnn— HOUSE AND STABLE ON HOLLY
«V*J^Ov-/U avenue, very fair terms; possession
at once. A. B. Wilgns & Bro. "
C?O i'( M^ FOX 10 ° FEET FRONT ON EATON
fjp^\J\JKJ avenue; $2,500 for two lots on Ducas
street. , A. B. Wilgus & Bro. ■
RESIDENCES ON ST. ANTHONY HILL—
XV , *i;, 000, $5,300, $4,000, $10,000, $14,000, $16,000.
A. B. Wilgus & Bro. W ■>:■:'.
WILL TAKE A LOT IN PART PAY, BALANCE
monthly, for small new ■ house on St. An
thony hill. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
/"lORNER ON GRAND AVENUE, SOUTH FAC
•\j ing, at a bargain; if you don't believe it come
in and see. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
dj»-| I An— HANDSOMEST LOT IN HOLCOMB'S
•]sJL^l.<-/U addition; choicest part of the addi
tion. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
T EVEE— WEST ST. SEVERAL PIECES
A— I at a great bargain; also Fairfield avenue
property. ' A. B. Wilgus ft Bro: •
TMPORTANT NOTICE— LOTS NEAR CORNER
A Front and Western avenue, at a bargain. A. B.
Wilgus & Bro.
<£Onn EACH FOR TEN LOTS NEAR RICE
«I?>vUU and Front streets; will retail for $400.
A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
TMPKOVED BUSINESS PIECE OF TWO STORES;
X pays $5,000 rent; equal to ten per cent. net. A.
pays $5,000 rent; equal to ten per cent. net. A.
B. Wilgus ft Bro. '
ffijQiUi FOR LOT FACING TWO STREETS ON
»1!)«7UU Rice street; this is very cheap. A. B.
Wilgus & Bro.
<JT«O nnn— HOLLY AVENUE SOUTH-FACING
«]!I/C,UUU lot. How is this for price?' A. B.
Wilgus & Bro.
SEVENTH STREET— A FINE INVESTMENT
west of the railroad bridges; very cheap. A.
B. Wilgus & Bro. '
ACRES ON SUMMIT AVENUE AT A SACRl
fice if sold at once. A. B. Wilgus ft Bro., 354
Jackson street.
TTNIVERSITY AVENUE LOTS— AND
U Wabasha business pieces. A. Wilgus & Bro.
OLLY AVENUE— AN ELEGANT LOT NEAR
HOLLY AVENUE— AN ELEGANT LOT NEAR
Arundel, very cheap. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
A f\(\ — GRAND AVENUE LOTS— TWO
<Jp^fcUU blocks of street cars. A. B. Wilgus ft
Bro. !- .
TTVUCAS STREET PROPERTY— HAVE TWO
U lots very cheap. A. B. Wilgus ft Bro.
<£O£in FINE LEVEL LOT NEAR OMAHA
*$AstJ\J shops; A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
DAYTON'S BLUFF— LIST OF HOUSES
and lots. A. B. Wilgus & Bro.
HOW IS $400— LINCOLN AVENUE LOTS
XI— A. B. Wilgns & Bro.
FOR RENT CHEAP, FINE STORE ON UNlVEß
sity avenue; good location for most any busi
ness. A. B. Wilgus & Bro, 354 Jackson street.
Somers & Fuller's List.
/-IROAKERS MAY POSSIBLY BE VERY USE
\J ful members of society. At any rate they%re
found in every community, the prosperity and
growth of which is regulated to a great extent by
the proportion which this class bears to the whole
population. Croakers represent the ultra con
servative element, and their views are essen
tially pessimistic in their nature. In their inval
uable opinion we must "go slow" at all times. The
future always "looks dark" in every sense. Ca
lamities untold are invariably just ahead of us,
and unless we clutch with a vise-like grip every
dollar we possess, it is almost certain to be swept
away from vs — and that at a moment when we
least expect! If an entire community could only
be composed of these sagacious individuals, how
full of life it would indeed be! What wondrous
prosperity would fall to everyone's lot,
and how enterprises would crowd each
other, each one striving madly for pre-eminence!
Picture it to yourself, and imagine ' how things
would be, and whether you would enjoy residing
in such a community Fortunately, but a small
proportion of our population are croakers— still,
there are far too many of them for our good. We
must endure them, however, and keep on growing
and thriving, despite their pernicious murmur
ings. We must never allow our confidence in
the future to wane in the least, for there is every
reason why we should not. We are in the midst of
a city already great, and which gives promise of
becoming, ere many years,' the wonder of the
whole country. It is already the acknowledged
railroad center of the Northwest. Manufactories
are springing up on every side, and great enter
prises find among our citizens ready projectors,
and . ones who do not hesitate to carry
them through to the end. Look about, and see
if this is not so! In view of these facts, who
should hesitate for one moment to invest his capi
tal, be it great or small, right here in St. Paul, the
recognized metropolis of this great Northwest!
Who can doubt that a judicious investment here
is as certain of success as is the very sun to rise!
Of failure there is no possibility! and those who
are wise enough to invest now, just as the tide of
prosperity is setting in, will have reason to bless
the day they did it! ; • We 'do not wish it
understood that we can offer you oppor
tunities to make money in any , sort of
enterprise; we wish # we could, but the space is too
vast to cover. We deal in only one thing— real
estate. We say emphatically, however, that there
is more money in this than anything else! Call
and - see our list and then jundge for yourself
whether we have bargains in every part of the
city or not. Somers ft Fuller, 65 East Third street.
John Larkin's List. \
87 East Fourth street.
Qn FEET ON ROSABEL STREET AT A BAR
•3U gain. Larkin, 87 East Fourth street
<£O F\C\f\ BUYS FIVE GOOD LOTL ON RONDO
»r*/4'^eJUU street.
<5»o nnn buys fine nine-room HOUSE;
•I^/'C'jUUU good well,cistern,etc.;nice location.
Larkin. ' ■
<n»-i (\C\f\ BUYS A good LOT ON corner
«J)J.jUUU lglehart street; a bargain. Larkin.
Qf7(\C\ BUYS A good corner lot on mac
*P / UU kubin street.
<s»ry en buysa choice of two nice lots
<j}> / <JU on Rondo street.
<n»Q A(\(\ BUYS A FIRST-CLASS DWELLING
•JpO^^rUU on Portland avenue, new and neat.
Larkin, 87 East Fourth street. . .
<jr»O Of\fi BUYS A NICE DWELLING ON ST.
«s>/<C^DUU Anthony hill, near street cars.
(jj«rvnn BUYS A HOUSE AND LOT ON CON
*]J> /UU way street. Larkin, 87 East Fourth
street. ; •'■■f ':■..•'■•
<n* q Ann BUYS a good BUSINESS CORNER
•PO^tyUU on Cortland avenue; also fine dwell
ing, cistern, etc. Larkin. ■ ;
<_ A R(\ BUYS A NICE LOT ON SYCAMORE
ty^kUyJ street. ■ " ■
(£1 rrr\r\ BUYS a good HOUSE and lot ON
•PX^OUU Eva street, West St. Paul
(J>O F\C\(\ BUYS A FINE SIX-ROOM HOUSE
/v^t/UU on Rondo street; this is a bargain.
Larkin, 87 East Fourth street.
<_Q Onn BUYS A FINE DWELLING ON FUL
tjpO^/'wUU ler street. Larkin. . .
A GOOD LOTS ON MARGARET AND DAWSON
4fe streets at a bargain. ■. , •
<I_Qnn BUYS THE CHEAPEST LOT ON FUL
«U>OUU ler street.
©Onn BUYS A GOOD LOT ON RONDO
.4*>lr;UU street. -■•-■.;
On FEET ON SEVENTH STREET AT A BAR
•3U gain. John Larkin, 87 East Fourth street.
GOOD BOARDING HOUSE, TWELVE
rooms, seven closets, near Manitoba shops.
For sale or to lease. Larkin, 87 East Fourth
street. '■-■' /•''■■'' '.'''-
A NICE ACRE OF PROPERTY IN CITY LlM
its for $1,000; a bargain. Larkin, 87 East
Fourth street. . ' - " ■ •'. •
in", ACRES GOOD LAND EIGHT MILES FROM
I\J*J St. Paul; 60 acres, cultivated; good house,
etc., at a bargain. ___________J
•»i \ ACRES LAND TWO AND-A-HALF MILES
*J\J from Fort Snelling, nicely located, cheap.
Larkin. '
TJOUSES AND LOTS AND VACANT LOTS ON
XI Reaney street, Farquier street and all parts
of Dayton's bluff. Larkin, 87 East Fourth street.
IF YOU WANT A FINE RESIDENCE OR . A
X ' cheap home give us a call. Larkin, 87 East
Fourth street. ...
Store for RENT— ON FOURTH ; STREET,
O between Minnesota and . Robert, fine location
for any business. Larkin. "' ' ■ ■ -
HOUSE FOR RENT— ON RONDO STREET, SIX
'rooms.' Larkin. ■ -
TTOUSE AND LOTS AND VACANT LOTS IN
XI all partsastthc city for sale .or ' rent. John*
Larkin, 87 E Fourth street, of ,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.' )
Seiners <fc Saehe'sList. ; ;.;
„ 100 Dakota Avenue, Upstairs. '. I
(t/j /^n LOT ON AVENUE, NEAR
*§*jr*J\J Dakota avenue. •'■ -.-'■■ .■..-■'
<(|Onn LOTON~»USAN STREET, NEAR CLIN
yOuU ton avenue. - , ■'.• .
i <B!!i nC\C\ LOT ON- WINIFRED NEAR STATE
I »I>I ? UUU street.
<jt*i, On/) front lots prospect PLATEAU.
<flt^nn LOT NEAR CONCORD ANDM. & N. W.
']?(JUU railroad shops. .Somefs & Sache, 100
Dakota avenue. • ' li -'-"' ; '' - ' . '
Ql>y(\f\ LOT IN " MORRISON'S ADDITION—
•Ip / \J\J Call at once if you want a bargain.
Bomerg A Sacho, '.:..'' : :
ik*~)F\{ \ LOTS ON CHEROKEE AVENUE. GOOD
•P>v«--'U view; easy, terms and special induce
ment to parties who will build. ■ Somers & Sache.;
(jtj 1 inn LOT ON STATE STREET NEAR THE
'Pl^lUU Minnesota & Northwestern railroad •
station. Somers & Sache. "."'.':>:'■ ■;■■■■
<5»-| £.(}(} CORNER LOT AND ONE-AND-A
'yl^yUU half-story house, stone foundation;
only $300 cash, balance $16 per month. Somers &
Sacho. . : ' ■:■■:.■.•.■ '■■■.■ „, - ■
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME NOW IS
1. the time to secure one cheap. : We have a large
list of houses in all parts of . the Sixth Ward. Do
not delay for the choice pieces are being selected,
and prices are going up. ■ Somers & Sache, 100
Dakota avenue. ; '.■■■-'
Lawton Bros.' List. ~~~.
<£O Qnn BUYS A GOOD BUSINESS LOT
V^jOUU on Dakota avenue; worth $3,600 of
any man's money. Lawton Bros. ' •
((>.> Ann BUYS THE FINEST RESIDENCE
V^uUU site in St. Paul; call and see it.
Lawton Bros.
o'OOnn BUYSA block, three lots
tjT'X^/vUU in Marshall's addition cheap. Law
ton Bros., 175 Dakota avenue. ■
Oj*-j Qnn buys A FINE home on robie
>]S?A.^tJ\J\J street, worth $2,200; terms easy;
must sell. 175 Dakota avenue, Lawton Bros. :
Cji £(\{\ BUYS TEN-ROOM HOUSE NEAR
♦Tpl^OUL/ Concord street, three blocks from
riilroad station; worth $2,000; rents for $24 per
month. Lawton Bros.
<n»1 F\(\(_ BUYS A HOUSE AND LOT IN
•P.Li)»_/L'W good locality • on easy terms, on the
West side.
(£•1 (\Fi(\ BUYS THREE LOTS ON THE HILL
vl^v-f«JU that will pay 50 per cent, in six
months. 175 Dakota avenue.
<^*Q/ \( \ BUYS A HOUSE AND LOT NEAR
\J\J G.arliold school; #50 down "and balance
$15 per month. Lawton Bros. .
<i(jn/ \— A FINE LOT ON PROSPECT PLAT
<ftJUU eau. Lawton " Bros. "\">v
<££• K() BUYS A FINE LOT ONE BLOCK
*jp\Jt-/U from Garfield school; this is a bargain.
c}*;^nn— ?5o OWN and BALANCE $10 PER
iJ?JuU month. Lawton Bros.. 175 Dakota ave
nue. ' •
HOMES PUT UP ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Lawton Bros., 175 Dakota avenue.
H. S. Fair-child & Son's List.
ACRES AT AUCTION— EXPRESSMEN, TO
dairymen, to gardeners, and to anybody
wanting one, five, ten or twenty ; acres of choice
land, very pleasantly situated on high land, a
stone's throw east of south end of Lake Phalen.
On Saturday. June 13, at 4 p. m., we will sell
twenty lots in Rogers & Hendricks' acre lots No.
2, at auction.
These lots are one-half mile north of Harves
ter works, on the White Bear road. They will
be indicated by small flags fastened in the tops
of the small trees.
Go out and look at them. They are beautiful
lots. You can live there, have six, eight or ten
acres at the price of a single small lot in the
city, have a good garden, an abundance of fruits,
enjoy a broad, fine view of the lake, the city and
surrounding country, be within two minutes',
walk of the lake, where you can fish, row or sail.
It is a rare chance, indeed* to get such desirable
acre-property just outside the city, and so pleas
antly situated. They are nearer to the heart of
the city than is Lake Como. Free- busses will
leave our office at 3:30. If you are one minute
late you will miss the busses. H. S. Fairchild &
Son, auctioneers. ' ;' ".
N. B. — Cut this out so you will remember day
. and. hour, as it will not be in again. We expect to
see several hundred people at this sale and be
forced to sell more lots than we have advertised.
H. S. Fairchild & Son, corner Fourth and Jackson
streets.
N. B. — Notwithstanding the rain last Saturday
the sale was largely attended, and every lot that
was staked off was sold. ' 158-165
Griswold «te Teeple'B List.
<K£! nnn for two acres near minne
*\p\Ji\J\J\J sota Transfer; splendid location
and is cheap. . .
CjJ-| G*Jf^ FOR TWO OF THE BEST LOTS IN
uPljO / *J Union park; a choice selection and
location.
F\C\— HOUSE ON GAULTIER STREET
tjpDt/VJ only $200 cash, balance monthly.
(j>-| /^nn— WITH EIGHT ROOMS—
«jPJ.^t/UU one block from Rice street; only $300
cash.
<EJI nnn— house and lot in arling
<|P-I^UUU ton's addition; cash $100, balance
monthly. This is a bargain with only a little cash
to start with. , -
<C 1 Onn FOR LOTS ON FAIRMOUNT
'IDI^X/UU street in Highland Park addition;
beautiful location.
(jr»r» nnn— house and two lots on
•Jp yjtfKJyjyj' Grand avenue; nine rooms, closets,
water; cellar, barn; all good. |
fljM F\C\f\ FOR HOUSE ON DALE STREET.
<JCQnn FOR A NICE LOT ON DAYTON AVE
SOUU nue. .■. ; . ■
EVERAL LOTS IN MILTON ADDITION ARE
O yet unsold. Call and select. ■ .;,',.-.• :^
(JUI O/^n FOR NICE HOUSE ON LAWSON
'Pl^t/U street. Only $100 cash; balance $15
per month; good bargain.
T?OR CHOICE LOTS FOR RESIDENCES OR TO
X? hold for an advance, Milton addition is the
place to invest. v ;,._'..■-,■? :
<&Qnn FOR HOUSE AND LOT ON FLORIDA
tyZJyjyj street, West St. Paul. Better invest
before property advances any further. ■
(H»K F\f\(\— FINE BRICK HOUSE ON
OiO\J\J Grand avenue will soon be with
drawn or advanced in price.
ffi?-j Qnn for two ' splendid lots ON
'#>L)Z)\J\J Hennepin avenue. '.
<jj»/i nnn— your choice in 3 houses of
•p4<^UUU S rooms each on Portland ■ and
Yale.
OTS IN ARLINGTON HILLS. LOCKWOOD
and Eastville Heights Additions for sale on
very easy terms. -•.
MILTON'S ADDITION OFFERS A GOOD OP
portunity for safe investments and for
splendid building sites.
<it»q nnn— house on western avenue.
dt A C\C\C\ FOR HOUSE AND TWO LOTS,
•Pt'^UUW corner Mackubin and Fuller streets,
or will sell corner lot without house.
<$I'A'-F\f\f\—Mtt 71x115, CORNER DAYTON
tJP^t./UVJ and Kent.
<a»ry nnn— 52x125, ON rice STREET,
'3> / i\J\J\J near Summit. Will divide lot.
FARM FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS, OR WILL
exchange for city property. '
PLENDID FARM ON LAKE MINNETONKA.
This can be had as a whole or in 20-acre lots,
and for half its real value. Griswold & Teeple, 63
East Third street.
Farwell <fe Co.'s List.
C£l (ZC\C\ WILL BUY A FINE WELL-BUILT
«|)J.^Dv/V/ house only one block from street
cars; small payment down, balance $15 per month;
come quick if you want it. Farwell 4 Co., Jack
son street. . '
<HIO Onn WILL BUY A VERY NEAT HOME
•P/V^/vUU on St. Anthony hill; only $200 cash,
balance small monthly payments; best house on
the hill for the money. Farwell & Co., 319 Jack
son^ . ■-. ' ■■..-'
(£1 On A FRONT FOOT BUYS A CHOICE BUSI
«3SIX'U ness lot on Fifth street. • Farwell & Co.,
319 Jackson. • ' .
(2?{4£,n BUYS A FINE LOT ON EAST SEV
*&\JtJ\J enth street; don't miss this bargain.
Farwell & Co., 319 Jackson. : ' "" ' '
§1 Of \n BUYS A FINE 60-FOOT LOT ON
tjDI^OUU Pleasant avenue, ' running through
to Prairie street, near Ramsey street, making two
fine lots. Farwell & Co., 319 Jackson.
<Jt»/f X \(\C\ BUYS A FINE HOUSE AND BARN
«JJ)4r^t/UU on Marshall avenue; small payment
down, balance long time; house is new. well built;
lot south front, near Dale street. Farwell & Co.,
319 Jackson
<3iO Qnn wiijj BUY a GOOD EIGHT-ROOM
iJp/C^OV./U' house, ten minutes ' walk from the
Merchants hotel; only | $200 cash, balance $25 per
month; this bargain can not be equaled in St. Paul;
house will rent at least for $25. Farwell Co., 319
Jackson. ____________l_i
C_ f JF\(\ WILL BUY A GOOD LOT ON PLEAS
«p»Jt/vy ant avenue; $100 cash, balance $10 per
month; must be sold this week. Farwell & Co.,
319 Jackson. : . :
<2.*ynnn will buy a new modern
•]!)O\UvJU house on St. Anthony hill; only $400
cash, balance $25 a month; lino location. " '
d? 1 On/l WILL BUY TWO FINK LOTS IN
*^Jl^/C\J\J West St. Paul; that will double in
value in less than sixty days. ' Farwell & Co., 819
Jackson.; '■■ - - ■.- ::; - : .*"•-■.-' '.'-'} ' ''.."■■ '.■'.'■
(«:1 r (\f\ BUYS THREE LOTS IN WEST ST.
»PI,«JUU Paul. Lots ii» the next block to them
are selling for $700 to $800. Como quick if you
want them. Farwell & Co., 819 Jackson. -; :-/'■>
Oil Onn TAKES A CHOICE LOT ON ST.
tpXa/CUVJ Anthony Hill, a fine corner lot.
Horse and buggy wanted in part pay. Farwell &
Co., 319 Jackson. . , , - [ . . . .
(I'Onn BUYS THE FINEST .; LOT IN LOCK
iJOUU wood's addition. Easy payments. Far
well & Co., 319 Jackson. •■•';•;■ ;
g.Mry^ BUYS A FINE SOUTH-FACING LOT
«!I)»J / O on Magnolia street, next to a $3,000
--house. • Call at once If you want it. Farwell ; &
Co. 1 , 319 Jackson. % .' ...... ; :< -; '■.-.•'.': .j" :
T?OR BARGAINS IN WEST ST. PAUL PROP
:X* erty call on 1 arwell & Co., 819 Jackson. ;i : f'
~... "~t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. '
.__ t jJ________£________Co?s List. J
2 LOTS CORNER ON WEST SEVENTH STREET
80 feet front, $2,500. O. F. Sherwood ft Co.
BOUTH .'• FRONT 80 FEET ON ST. ANTHONY
*J hill, $2,5*0; two blocks from , corner. O.F.Sher
wood ft Co. ■ . - •.' -. -
QOUTH FRONT ON ASHLAND AVENUE, $1 200-
O how's this? O. «F. Sherwood ft Co. -. '/.?.
LOCK OF 30 LOTS; 18 MINUTES FROMMER
chant» hotel, • $7,500. Q. F. Sberwn-od ft Co.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENCES
in the city on St. Anthony hill; site 3 for manu
factories, warehouses, etc., with the : best track
facilities adjacent to the Minnesota Transfer at
less price than any other property in the locality
O. F. Sherwood & Co. 451 Drake block.
P. ACRE • LOTS FRONTING ON SNELLING AVE
*J nue, 25 per cent less than any other in the mar
ket. ■< O. F. Sherwood _ Co.
E HAVE A FEW WEST ST. PAUL LOTS ON
flats cheap; look these up. o. Sherwood
Co. -"_ „; . - ■ .'■•■. ■■-:.■■■
Abbott <te Hall's Ljst.
Office Corner Third and Robert Streets.
(Srt (\(~\C\— %m CASH, BALANCE SIO MONTH-"
'PI,UUU ly.buys 50-foot lot with good 5-room
house and good barn. This is cheap. Will you
pay rent when you can live in a home of youi
own much cheaper.? -
(RI F\(\i \ FOR 40x127 FEET. TO 20-FOOT AL
tsl)U\J\J ley, with good new house, ' cistern,
cellar and woodshed, only 14 block of East Sev
enth. It is cheap. Terms easy ;■■■', y t ?£i',i' ,
(fliO f)()() FOX IMPROVED' OORiJfcß'/ IN
♦P/C,UUU West St. . Paul. Has t*6 good
houses which easily rent for $20 per month 1 / This
is cheap property. ' Timber farm not far- from St
Paul taken in part pay. ' J - ' »
Onn OR FINE EIGHT-ROOM HOUSH
>J?>i,^UU with large ' lot. v Will trade fol
cheap lots in the city. Look this up. -
<DjV:^n BUYS HOUSE -AND LOT ON DAY.
'£>\J'J\J ton's bluff. If you see it you will buy
it. Investigate Monday morning.
mO R( \( ) FOR FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND
<P/^*fJ\J\J two lots on West Seventh street.
This is cheap property.
<^ r 7OF\ FO R A FINE LOT ON RICE STREET*.
V » ***J Lots two blocks beyond are selling
for $1,000. This is a bargain.
%Af\(\ T0 * 750 FOR LOTS 0N UNIVERSITY^
<P'-X*\J\J St. Anthony and Aurora avenues Ful
ler and Martin streets. These are very cheap
and will pay you to investigate.
I^OR SALE OR FOR RENT-COMMERCIAL
•hotel oh East seventh street, near Jackson
Possession Ist of August.
<DJO FS\ FOR FINE LOTS 40x125 ON LAWSON
*ip*J*JKJ street, same block as new school
house. Lots in same block sell for $500.
©I (\F\f\ FOR FINE HOUSE AND LOT ON
vsX^\J*J\J Rice street, only .*6OO cash, balance
easy; pay your rent to yourself and let landlords
work for a living. Abbott ft Hall, Third and Rob
ert. •
<£00/=i PER ACRE FOR FINE GARDEN
KpAtAsU lots just north of Como; you will double
your money in less than one year by investing
here. Look at the property.
%] H f\C\(\ FOR IMPROVED 100 FEET ON
«jpl I i*JKJ\J East Fifth street. Look it up.
S^s^nn CASH BALANCE MONTHLY, BUYS
<$KJ\J\J new eight-room house; cemented cel
lar, cistern and fine lot overlooking city.
%A()( t BUYS SPLENDID LOTS, $100 CASH
'iP^l^Kjyj balance $10 monthly, buy a home with
less than you are now paying for rent.
%'■% 000 CASH TO INVEST IN HARDWARE
*$*JyJ\J\J business; either in the city or coun
try; will buy an interest with some good man.
ShZtnO FOR LOTS OX MARSHAL AVENUE,
W±U\J 40x157 to 20 foot alley; $50 cash, bal
ance $10 monthly; buy one or more sure.
EAUTIFUL LOTS ON WALLACE STREET
just east of engine house; assessments all
paid; street graded and sidewalks laid; $200 cash,
all that is required. fICSH
Q'T F}() FOR THE LOVELIEST CORNER LOT
V ' on Dawson street; only one block from
church and two from Seventh street; other prop
erty all improved; fine neighborhood; very desir
able property.
ACRES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AT
very bottom figures; don't you buy until you
have seen our list.
IST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ABBOTT &
Hall if you wish to make quick sales.
Fairchild & Davidson's List.
FOR SALE— IN MILTON ADDITION AT
low prices and on terms to suit. To those who
will build we will sell on a mere nominal cash
payment. Not a day has passed since this beau
tiful addition was platted that sales have not
been made. We have it from good authority thai
as soon as a limited number of houses have best
built on these • grounds, a large church wfll
be erected directly opposite on University avenue
Parties intending to buy had better take hols
soon before prices are marked up . J. Fairchild,
334 Jackson street. 158-159 »'
ROAD ACRES FOR SALE BY J. FAIRCHILD,
334 Jackson street.
.<s**y f\f\(\ WILL BUY THE PRETTIEST 70
«IP I )*J\J\J acres near the city; only, two and
one-half miles from city limits; can be subdivide*:
and sold for 100 per cent. This is a sure thing. J.
Fairchild, 334 Jackson street. • v. ■ ■;;
OUSE AND LOT, 91x125, WEST ST. PAUL
XI. at a bargain. ..-jV \ .- -■
©in WILL SECURE CHOICE OF THOSE
tjj>lvy beautiful five-acre tracts '? on Ric«
street. J. Fairchild, 334 Jackson street. 15S-15f
P. R. McDonnell's List.
Corner Ohio and George streets, Sixth ward.
tig"! Qnn WILL BUY HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS.
tiPijOV/V/ cellar, cistern 'and well and lot
50x150, on Ohio street; small payment down, bal
ance on monthly payments if desired.' i
G?O f{C\C\ WILL BUY FIVE-ROOM HOUSE,
»D&l\J\J\J cellar, cistern and well, corner lot
50x150, corner Ohio and Stevens streets; very easy
payments; this is a bargain-. .
ci A (if) WILL BUY NICE HOUSE. FIVE
<JpJ-)^rVyVy rooms, cellar and well, on Stevens
street; easy payments; near school house now
building. ;
<2?^^n— LOTS ON OHIO STREET.
T OTS ON CHEROKEE AVENUE VERY CHEAP,
XJ from $250 to $1,000.
n LOTS IN BLOCK SIXTY-SIX, BANNING &
Olivier's addition; I very fine building lots on
easy payments. . ■
AWSON'B ADDITION IS SELLING VERY
fast; I have a few more lots left on easy pay
ments. .
I HAVE THREE BRICK BUILDINGS ON OHIG
street, a splendid location for hotel and stores,
put up in the most substantial manner, wh»h I
will sell or rent cheap; parties wishing to get a
bargain would do well by coming to see me as I am
bound to sell; this block for less than you can du
plicate them, as 1 must have money.
ALL MY PROPERTY IS LOCATED IN THH
most beautiful part of the Sixth ward, high
and healthy, with the purest spring water, as you
can test by calling on me, corner Ohio and Georg«
streets. • - '
Miscellaneous. .
CHANCE FOR EVERY MAN TO GET 4
home, also to make money on real estate.
Ten houses for sale at auction prices, cash and
time, or on small monthly payments without
cash. We can figure you out a home for the ren<
you are paying if you will call and see us. Fre<
ride to see property. The houses are on botli
sides of the river, and convenient to business.
All these houses are in thriving and thiekly-.?et<
tied neighborhoods, on lots lying high and dryj
and nearly all command elegant views of the citj
and river— localities where railroad and other in*
provements are sure to double the land in value,
McClung ft McMurran's addition consists of sixty*
four lots adjoining block 69, Brown ft Jftckson't
addition, and more than half sold, ■ mostly to act*
ual settlers. Belvidere Park lies on Oakdale avi
enue, which has just been graded at a cost o(
over $15,000. The omnibus rnns within a few
blocks of it, carrying passengers to Bridge square
at street car rates. Six acres in Washington
Heights, back of this, 240 acres on Rice street,
Wolcott's addition, 295 acres in St. Anthony Park,
42 acres in Como Villas, 60 acres between Com(
and the State fair ground. Will sell in large or
small blocks— so lots on St. Anthony hill. *300 U
$900; 100 lots on the bluffs in West St. Paul; I,ooft
lots in the vicinity of Como park. Lako Como, Kic<
street near the now iron-rolling mill, als<
near the Northern Pacific shops and St. Anthony
park. McClnng, MeMurran & Curry, new German*
American bank block, Fourth street, first floor.
N. B. — We take pleasure in referring to the score(
of men who have bought lots and homes of us »i
to the liberal facilities and fair terms which hay«
enabled them to secure their homes by paying
monthly less than they could rent such house!
for, also as to tho profits on lots sold. Capitalist*
desiring large deals will be given inside facts ana
figures (ground-floor prices). :\y< '.-■. "
HOUSE and lot for sale cheap; house has four
rooms and kitchen, good cellar and water, lot
50x130, at 850 Louis street.
FOR SALE Cheap— First-class city lots In Saulc
X Rapids,' also Improved farm one mile from depot.
Address C A Moody, Sauk Rapids, Benton Co., Minn.
T?OR SALE— A new six-room house, cellar and ci»-
X? tern and a beautiful well, shaded corner lot. Ap
ply on premises, corner of Delos street and Hall ave
nue, West St Paul. 159-161
ONE to twenty acres for sale at Lako Mlnnctonta
for «60 an acre; easy terms. C Knox, Davidson
block, St. Paul. ■
HOUSE and four lots for sale cheap at Forest (
Lake. ;•. Inquire at house, George Hunter.
ONE or two desirable lots for sale at Ilamllne, part
\J cash. Address FJ, this office. '' .-' ■. '
FOR SALE— A store building in a neighboring city .
for saloon or any other purpose, for less than .
two years' rental would be. Address Max. this
office.,'; ;'; :rfi]:~:]'-.y ■'■ - • ■.■•
<_ »J Of VI WILL buy a seven-room house and half
«3p.J,>CUU lot, one block from market house.
Inquire 417 Franklin street. :.7X
FOR sale or rent, tho former residence of Mr.
. Arthur Kocnig, .located on Dayton's bluff, corner
Sixth and Elchenwald streets. Apply for particu
lars to the Ph. Best Brewing Co., 286 Jackson
street. ■■.:.,-.• ' __-__ ', . : .- '-'- '■• 1 4 «>
FOR SALE— *S,OOO— lot and .block. of four :
nouses, renting for «40 per month; ! corner can be ;
turned Into store at once. Address ;H j _,'■'- Globe
office.
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