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BUMBLE OF THE RAILS. The Local Passenger Association Takes Decided Action in Regard to the Rate Sheet. Snow Blockade-St.. Paul & Duluth Con tinues to Show a Good Balance Sheet. : _n Order In Regard to 1,000 Mile Tickets— Rate Cutting Still Goes On. , The Grand Trunk Trying to Secure the Manitoba «J6 Northwestern Railway. The St Paul & Minneapolis Passenger association met yesterday forenoon, and all the roads except the Burlington & Northern were represented. The first matter taken up was that of the exchange ot coupons reading from Missouri river to Chicago on California tickets routed to return via the Northern Pacific A large number of Cali fornia excursionists go west over the Union Pacific the Burlington and Denver & Bio Grande, or the Santa Fa. Many desire to return via the Southern Pacific and it was to meet the wishes of such persons that the above was proposed. The matter was dis cussed for a while and then laid on the table. The next matter taken up was that of inserting in the St. Paul and Minneapolis joint rate sheet against the points in Minnesota and Dakota and on the coast the road by which the rate would be male. This is intended for the Mani toba road, which some time ago placed it self outside the association. The rules of the association provide that this shall not be done if any road in the association that makes common points objects. No ob jection was made, and it was, therefore, determined to insert the name of the road or roads. The next rate sheet, for in- stance, will say rates to b argo. etc.. via me Northern Paciiic and the Milwaukee & St. Paul, wholly ignoring the Manitoba road, on the ground that it is not in the associa tion, and not being in cannot expect to be named. The Snow Blockade. The Sioux City, or western division of the Omaha road, is still a very bad con dition between St. James and Worthiinrton. The cuts have been blocked in full ot snow, and it has been so packed in that it is necessary to shovel it out. This necessi tates handling the snow over three times. It is not now expected that the cuts will be cleared out before to-morrow night. 'One hundred and twenty-five men are at work, clearing out the six-mile cut west of St.* James. Several miles further 300 men are at work picking their way through. The work actually requires the use of picks and shovels. A heavy] snowstorm was reported •.esterday morning at Sioux City. On Thousand Mile Tickets. The roads running from St. Paul to Chi cago were yesterday notified by telegraph to limit the sale of 1, 000 and 500 mile tickets. The dispatch was to this effect: "Notify all agents that no 1,000 mile tickets can be sold after 1 p. m. to-day less than 2}.< cents per mile. No 500 mile tickets can be sold it less than 3 cents per mile. This order is positive and must be obeyed." This was tpparently a surprise to the roads. Not withstanding Hie positive terms of the dis patch it was reported before 3 o'clock that -.wo of the roads running to Chicago had violated the terms of the order by selling a .onsiderable number of 1,000 mile tickets at a less figure than directed. It seems to be an impossibility to stop the rate cutting pending the time before the interstate com merce bill goes into effect, and the cutting In both passenger and freight rates appears likely to be nearly unlimited. i mileage Ticket-. Chicago, March 3. — The general man agers of the lines, members of the Western, Northwestern and Southwestern Passenger associations, in considering the report of the general passenger agents have arrived at a decision in regard to mileage tickets to the.effect that to allow the present rebate of So to commercial travelers is a discrimina tion under the new law. Accordingly or ders were issued to-day by all of the West": em roads to hereafter discontinue the sale of rebate tickets, but to furnish mileage tickets as heretofore to the general public st the rate of 2}4 cents per mile. The ques tion|of the payment of commissions was also cone over and a conclusion reached that they should only be paid to regular ticket agents, all outsiders to be cut off. The con clusions of the passenger agents as to other points involved were adopted substantially is submitted. Winona & Southwestern. Special to the Globe. Winona, March 3.— At a very largely attended meeting of the board of trade last evening the matter of the Winona & South western road was generally discussed and the following committee of ten representa tive business men and capitalists appointed to attend the convention to be held at Spring Valley, March 9, to consider the question: Charles Horton, Judere William i Mitchell. Judge Thomas Wilson, 11. I). Morse, M. G. Norton, E. S. Youmans. W. H. Yale, H. C. Balcom, H. W. Lamberton and J. H. Jenkins. Winonans are enthusi astic over the project, and with the co-oper ation of the different iowns along the pro posed route, a road running from this city southwest to Northern lowa will soon be built. A railroad contractor and capitalist froiii Minneapolis was present at the meet ing last evening and met a committee from tlie board of trade to-day. He expresses himself as ready to go ahead and build the road just as soon as the matter assumes a tangible shape. Secretary . Simpson stated there were two other parties whom he un derstood wanted to build the road. From Fargo to Pembina. Special to the Globe. •• ° 1 Fargo. Dak., March 3.— Articles of iri ; -' ' corporation have been filed with the terri- f ' torial secretary for the Fargo, Grand Forks ' & Pembina road, dated Feb. IS, ISS7. for the purpose of building a railroad from ! Fargo to Pembina. The incorporators are Lliiiboro and Caledonia parties and the j articles are" reported to have been tiled by j tiie attorney of the Minneapolis & Pacific railway. It is believed that company is interested and means to build it. 1.1 an itoba A western. Special to the Globe. Winnipeg, Man., March 3.— lt was ru mored on the streets to-day that the Mani toba & Northwestern railway, which line Bxtends ISO miles through the most fertile portion of tlie province, had been sold to the ('rand Trunk, which would build the line from Winnipeg to Duluth.. This would be a strong rival of the Canadian Pacific. The officials here are very reticent. The Canadian Pacific. Montreal. March 3.— The Canadian Pacific railroad officials report that the Rocky Mountain section of the road has I suffered from the recent heavy rains, which nave carried away several small bridges. Through traffic will be delayed for some •lays in consequence. St. Paul _ Duluth Earnings. The record of the earnings of this road jontinues to make a very favorable show ing. For the last week •in February they Here as follows: 1887. 1886. Inc. Fourth week $15.508 $16,846 $1.662 1 This year to date.. 190.041 124,. '07 65,534 Chips from the Tics. The Hastings & Dakota division of the Milwaukee & St. Paul Jis clear of snow and I trains are running regularly. Supt. Egan, of the Manitoba road, has issued a circular forbidding the use of intox icating liquors by the employes on that road. Mr. Moore, of the Northern Pacific. . has gone out on the road. '■ . Col. Plummer, the distinguished orator and statesman at Caledonia, on the Red River, has had his slumbers disturbed of late by the cries of a wildcat in the woods, and has dis covered the tracks of a bear in that vicinity. Such game were supposed to have entirely disappeared from that section, but have piobably been allured by the melodious ech oes of the great orator. . "STILLWATER NEWS, Hal Gridley and Robie Bean .loft ou the ! 9:10 p.. in. train last night for Chicago. A. P., Murray 7 will be J married to-day at j Minneapolis to Miss Nellie Estabrooks. The St. Croix club, organized some time ago, it is understood, is to have rooms in the Mower block. . , ".-..■' :. ... The Knights of Pythias will give a social i this evening, at their hall, to which all mem- J bers and their families arc invited. A pile driver in use upon the bridare got off i Its base 'and fell over, the hammer dropping ; through the ice and*" into the mud at tho bottom of the lake. A live fawn, from Northern Montana, has I been received by J. B. Sturtevant from ! his friend Straggling Wolf, chief of the ! Blood band of Sioux. An Indian pipe accom , panted the gift. Myron Shepard, Jesse Serlle and Fred ! Lauimers have been selected as commis j sioners to appraise the damages for right of ; way of the Minneapolis & St. Croix railroad, j in Washington county John Howard, an incorrigible lad of some j thirteen years, will be taken to the state re- I form school to-day. Judge McClure, ofthe ; district court, having approved of the sen ■ tenet* of the municipal judge. The boy's j mother desires him sent. w A. «■>. Warner ! i'esterday sold to C. It. Smith five acres in j Lee's Suburban Homes for SO, 000, and two I blocks in Suburban Hills to Henry Kalk | man for SIO.OOO. U jj . — .. 'm» ' LOCAL RII'NTIOM. Notice. If the party who represented himself as J. H. Smith will return the cutter he got from us Jan. 8, he will save further trouble. Mc- Kay & Drum. ' HI Olson Ic. A regular communication of St. Paul Lodge No. 3, A. F. St A. M., will bo held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. DIED. O'HALLORAN— Iu St. Paul, at residence, lot) Wilkin street, Winifred O'Halloran, aged 21 years. Funeral Saturday, March 5, at 9 a. m. Service at Cathedral. ■ '.-.' _i_i_??i-__-___S*__33 Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the- ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.. 106 Wall street. New York. X LIST of REAL ESTATE OFFERED AND WANTED In City and Country is kept at the office of the Record Advertising Company, 83 National German-American Bank' Build ing, and may be seen free of charge. WE ARE NOT AGENTS, but a medium of com munication between buyer and seller. Per sons wanting or offering Business Chances or positions. of. trust are specially invited: to call and see our method of advertising. - mar4-ly ■..• -j ..7 FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., 371 and 373 Sibley Street. FAIRBANKS SCALES ' - - AND ECLIPSE WINDMILL CONTRACTWORK. as6ra_lng Aruuflel Street. Office OF THA^BOARD of Public WORKS. ) City of St/ Paul, Minn , March 1, 1887. \ Sealed bids will he received by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at their office in saw 'city, until li in. on tiie lith day of March A. D. 1887, for the grading of Arundel street,- from ' Carroll Street to Minnehaha street, in said city, according to plans and specifications on file in the office of said Board. ' . ' ';7 - .' A bond with at' least two (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross amount bid must accompany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. "WILLIAM BARRETT, . Official: President. R. L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. CONTRACTWORK; S|'- ' •" 7-* :■--"' '•- ' :.\ Grafc-Glencoe Street i \ ..'. — - — Office of the Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul. Minn., March 1, 1887. J \ Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and: for the corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in sum city, until 12 Da. on tlie .14tu day of March, A. D. 1887, for the gradinsrof Glencoe street, from Mississippi street to Columbia street, in said city, according to the plans and specifications on file in the office of said Board. A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty (20) percent, of the gross amount bid must accompany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. : ' . ' \ . WILLIAM BARRETT, President. Official- •;.;'-.-' R. L. Gorman. Clerk Board of Public Works. 61-71 - The most Elegant Blood. Purifier, Llrer Invigora tor, Tonic and Appetizer ever known. The first Bitters containingiron ever advertised in America. Unprincipled persons are imitating the name; look out for frauds. See that \£t /kta the following signature ..' fflJctJw //ff is on every bottle and A-^Jj^j/yi//// take none other: '" /^7*^*^ ' * / *wsVT\ ST. PAUL, MINN. £_/ Druggist A Cft I DR. FRANCK'S « Zl* GENUINE » m I GRAINS DE SANTE.— The 1 best remedy against Migraine, ■**_**■ _____ B Constipation and Congestion, •-*■ • I niayberecoirnißed byhavmetlie . ___•** fl words Grains de sante dv Dr. »i— _„, I France printed in . four colors m*^* 9 _to_- . Eon a Blue Box. Those contained wommx _Jj»~ lin a red or any other colored box ■ •• _ "-" 1 are ■ imitation. Ph. Leboy, """ssi film _ Paris. E. FOUGERA & CO., I _____ <fa->- I >'. V.. and at all Chemists. 1 -_ds-sa iiflfffTiT-ss ' 0 ,<J has taken the lead lo ___SB&!> I**1 ** «li^__« the sales of that class of j____Pcar-i in^*«3_l remedies, and has given ___Br 1 to 5 DAYS. almost universal saasLjc- B"**Ou_r.ntecd not ujt*l *.w., . .Egg ens* Scoter.. - MURPHY BROS.. _re— l Mf'-o-lyb-th. has won the favor of _K«_ „ ' .' . . the public and now ranks V___" TU] CMaleil CO. ■ amon;; the leading Mcdi. VEfSV Ct-oin-aU.JEBOT c * I " :, A f -£_; o Idem. ° 1 -- lo, _^_i ' Bradford, B_- H Soldhy Drue-gisti. THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MOE_nT_TG, _vl___BCH 4, J&& V ■■:s''. ' AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. L. N. SCOTT, Manager. TO-NIGHT,! AT 8. TO-NIGHT Family Matinee Saturday. RICE'S BEAUTIFUL "EVANGELINE!" Third Consecutive Year. 253 Nights in New York. 102 Nights In Chicago. SEE THE GRAND AMAZON MARCH I Mr. W. W. TILLOTSON, Manager. Pi-ices 25, 50, 75 cents and rjl. Secure seats early to-day. GRAND OPERA- HOUSE, L. N. SCOTT, Manager. Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee, com mencing Monday. March 7. HARNLY'S MICHAEL STROGOFF ! .\ND Minuet Carnival Company. Beautiful Scenery and Powerful Cast. Sale of seats opens this morning. THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG ! The original and only permanently successful American WAR PANORAMA. STARTLING! REALISTIC! AND Accurate in Its Scenic Effects. Visited Daily by Admiring- Hundreds. COR. SIXTH & ST. PETER STS., ST. PAUL. ADMISSION— AduIts, 50c. Children under 12 years of age, 25c. Descriptive and explan atory lectures hourly during the day. and evening. Open week days, 9a.m.to 10 p. in. Sundays, 2 to 10 p. m Great 8-Hour Ice Skating Race, ; Commencing at 2:30 SATURDAY AFTER NOON, at the Carnival Skating Rink, Six Entries. Admission 25c. Corner Broad way arid Ninth street. Full band of music in attendance. _B_*JB fy&^m^^p^m^j HALL mf'^''-:"''''!; SHEATHING Jpiiftflw TuTTJr I^^lsio/l-:l liAln I Being the inventor and patentee of the ma chines producing the Sheathing Lath of the above title. I have given the subject much careful study, and have experimented (at great cost) with the different styles and forms that the machine will produce, and I find that the only correct and reliable method is to cut a clean, strong, deep groove, never leaving more than one-fourth of an inch of timb3r between the bottom of tho groove and the back of tho board. By so doing, the warping strength of tho board is destroyed, and tho clinch has a firmer hold. Nail the edges of all boards, and center of all over six inches In width, and a perfect wall is guaranteed. J. T. HALL, Inventor and Patentee of Hall's Sheathing Lath Machine. For sale by E. T. SUMWALT, Room 14, Gilfil lan Block, St. Paul, Minn. WATONWAN VALLEY STOCK FARM Importers op English Shire and Cleveland Bay Stallions! Twenty Stallions on hand for sale cheap. Easy terms. Address Garden City, Minn,, or 25 West Third street. St. Paul. I. N. COLEMAN, Artistic Designer OF INTERIOR DECORATION AND DRAPERY. WITH* OLIVER BAKER, 417 Wabasha Street. MILL OWNERS, You can obtain perfectly tight valves and Brass and Iron Fittings direct from the only manufacturers of such goods in the North west. Samples furnished for trial. STEAM FITTERS', MILL AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES, BRASS and IRON CASTINGS. Holland .'ft Thompson Mfg. Co., Office— 3l7 Minnesota Street. Factory sou till* arhL, st. l'aul, ..linn. ST. PAUL FoiiiYGoiP! MANUFACTURERS OF ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK. Founders, Machinists. Blacksmiths and Pat tern-makers. Send for cuts of columns, Wo. ks on St. P., M. & M. R. R., near Come avenue. Office 118 E. Fourth street, St. Paul. O. M. POWER, Secretary and Treasurer. A POSITIVE sssf •san. fl IVUI 1 1 £Li 1876. Oi.e box will ew the fsott obitioM* cut b four days or lew*. _S__B Allan's Sol* Medicate. Bougies. No nauseous doses of cnbebs, copaiba or. oil A sandalwood that are certain to product dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Pric*, 11.50. Sold by all druggists oi nailed on receipt of price. For further particulars send for circular p. o. box 1533. riTTTIT? J. C.ALLAN CO.. uUlliii 83 John street. New Tors. ****■ DENOTS RTAX, HENRY d. SQUIRES robert A. BKTHUX-, john W. hell. RYAN DRUG CO., IMPORTING AND JOBBING DRUGGISTS DRUGGISTS'TuNDRYMEN. , 25,227, 229 East Third street, - ST.PAUL ■ - < i _l__j>Wg'jit-[JW»Mp_B-_-_____________^___Bi-sy DUNLAP SPRING STYLE . NOW READY. * ■^SHmBI |Us_-_M_sHflM__H-HHfIHR LEADING HATTERS, MEN'S FURNISHERS . "AND SHIRTMAKERS. Riiaier&Go. . 153 EAST THIRD STREET, Four doors above Merchants Hot2l, ST.'PAUL, MINX. . Sole Agents for the Diinlap Hat. •_____§ga^_s^__s^^^^Baa_------g ____gS__a__^S._-^E^^E^^2^^ |_s_^-ias-S__s----S-S-g^3_a--5-i-l NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, ' •'•• IMPORTERS AND Wholesale Druggists, C 8 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth, ST. PAUL, .-. •'■;. : 77 ... . MINN "mortgage "saleT _ Whereas, Henry A. MeGindley ana Placid© M. MeGindley. his wife, did, on tho nineteenth day of December. A. D. 1885. ■ execute i and deliver to Anna T. E. Kirtland a certain indenture of mort gage, bearing date on the nineteenth day of De cember, A. D. 1885, aforesaid, to secure the sum of One Thousand .Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($1,250). and interest therein, mentioned, whereby they did grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Anna T. E. Kirtland. her heirs and assigns, the following described premises and real estate, situate in the County of, Ramsey and ■ State of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: Lot numbered Three (3). in block numbered Six teen (10),' of Dawson's Addition to St. Paul, ac cording to the pint thereof on record in the oflice of the Register of Deeds of the County of Ramsey aforesaid, which said indenture of mortgage,' duly acknowledged was, on the seventh day of January, A. D. 18S6, at 4 o'clock • and 45 minutes in the afternoon, duly recorded in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds aforesaid, In Book 110, Mortgages, page 136. ".-.-.; .-. •.-,: -•••■;' •' '-. ; • ' ■ ' And Whereas, the said mortgagors did covenant and agree in said mortgage, in case of the fore closure thereof, to pay said mortgagee, her heirs or assigns, the sum of " Seventy-five Dollars ($75) attorney's fees; and Whereas, default has been' made in the condi tions of said mortgage, and there is now claimed to be due thereon the sum of One Hundred Dol lars ($100), and : Seventy-five Dollars . attorney's fees as aforesaid, and no action or proceedings at law has been instituted ..to. recover . the debt secured by said mortgage, •' ' ■' * ' • .■ Now, Therefore, notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the power of ' sale in .said mortgage contained, and the statute in such case made and provided, the above described ' premises will be . sold at public auction to "the .'highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Ramsey* County, in St. Paul in said county; cm Thursday the third day of March, A. D. 1887, at ten (10) o'clock in the fore noon to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage. Dated St. Paul, Minn.. Jan. 15th, 1887. . ANNA T. E. KIRTLAND, Mortgagee. WILLIAMS & Gooubxow, '..'.. . ; ■ Attorneys for Mortgagee. '■'"'' janlß-7w-tues I The above sjile is postponed to the 10th day of March at the same hour and place. . Dated March 3d, 18S7. '.'..'.'.". ....... . STATE OF MINNESOTA, 4" : County op Ramsey, i • ■' ' '. '*'■"■ - In the abater of the' assignment of Nathaniel M. slngle;Wn to Frank Keogh. ' " - 'Upon reading the petition of the assignee in the above entitled matter* verified February 28, 1887, setting forth that said assignment was made Feb ruary 27, 188G; that the assignee has on hand in cash $3,734.23, and giving the names of all the creditors of said assignor who have duly proved tn «_r claims against said Insolvent, and giving the respective amounts at which such claims have been allowed; and asking for an order limit ing the time to file claims and releases. Now, therefore, on motion cf said assignee, it is ordered: That all claims against said insolvent must be filed with the assignee herein, ' Frank Keogh, of St. Paul, Minnesota, duly verified, and all releases of such claims must be . filed with the C.erk of said Court on or before the . 25th day of March, A. D. 1337, and in case any creditor shall fail so to do within said time so prescribed, he shall be forever barred from receiving any bene fits or dividends in this matter. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the St. Paul Daily Globe, a daily newspaper printed at St. Paul, in said county and state, on the 4th and sth days of March, ISB7, and that a copy of this order be sent by mail to said' insolvent and to each of his creditors whose names and addresses are known to said assignee within two days from the date of this order. . '-'■■ HASCAL R. BRILL, District Judge. March 3, 1887. ■■'.>.; .. 153-64 OTATE OFMINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY O —ss. District Court.Second Judicial District. In the matter of the assignment of Edward Dahl, Insolvent. •-. •.■.-.-? . It appearing by the petition of Edward C. Starkey, assignee of Edward Dahl,'. in the above matter, among other matters, that the said Ed-' ward Dahl on the 18th day of November, 1886, at the City of St. Paul, Minn., made an assign ment of all his property to the -said Edward C. Starkey, and that the said Starkey duly qualified as such assignee, and entered upon the dis charge of his duties as such assignee; and it further appearing by said pet. tion that the said Edward Dahl has : since his said assignment effected a compomise • with and paid all his creditors in full,- and', that each and all of said creditors has acquitted and. discharged the said Dahl and his said estate from all ■ debts and obligations of every nature due and owing by the said Dahl to the said creditors. Now therefore. It is ordered that said creditors show cause before this . court at a special term thereof to be held at the Court House in the City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, on Saturday, the lUth day of March, ISB7, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, why the said Edward •£ Starkey - shonld not be permitted to present his account as such assignee for allowance, and why the 'said Edward C. ' Starkey should not be permitted to reconvey the said estate to the said Edward Dahl and be dis charged as such assignee; and it is. . further or dered that a copy of this- order be published in ' the St. Paul Daily Globe for three days, to-wit: On the 4th, uth and 7th days of. March, 1887. and that a copy of said order be mailed to each of said creditors at their respective places of abode on or before the sth day of March, 1887. Dated at St. Paul. Minn., March 3, 1887. : WESTCOTT WILKIN, District Judge. men 4-5-7 STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY - OF RAM sey — In Probate Court, special term, F_b. 15. 1887. •.•'',.. ■ r.|''.!'"'.'-'.'-/'t-> •"••.■ ■= ••■ •'"• ■ In the matter of the estate of Thomas Skok, de ceased. ' _^, ... .-•-■.,'.'• ■ • -x. '' On reading : and filing the petition of Margret Skok. of the city . f St. Paul in said county, repre senting, among other things, that Thomas skok, late of the county of Ramsey, on the 9th day of February. A. D. 1887, at St. Paul, in said county, died intestate, and being a resident of this county at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county, and that the said petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and pray ing that administration of said estate be to the petitioner, Margret Skok. granted; Itis ordered, that said petition be heard be fore the judge of this court, on Wednesday, the I6th day of .March, A. D. 1887. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Probate court in St. Paul, in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof ' be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks, prior to said day of hear ing, in the St. Paul Daily Globe, a daily news paper printed and published at the city of St. Paul, in said county. By the Court, [L.S.J E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. Attest: FHaxk Robert, Jr., Clerk. Feudixaxd Babto, Attorney for Petitioner. felß-4wfri QTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMSEY 0 — ss. In Probate Court, special term, Feb. 10, 1887. In the matter of the estate of Mary H. Watson.de ceased. On reading and filing the petition of Daniel Getty, administrator of the estate of Mary EL Watson, deceased, representing among other things that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing his account of administration and for the assignment of the -residue of said estate to the persons who are entitled to the same by law. It is ordered, that said account be examined and petition heard- by the judge of this court, on Tuesday, the Bth day of March, A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Probate' Court, in St. 'Paul, in said county. ■* '• And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the St. Paul DAILY Globe, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in said county. By the court. [L.s] E. S. GORMAN. Judge of Probata. Attest: Frank Robert, Jr.. Clerk. -'' febll-4w-fri '. J -i.'. SPRING GARDEN INSURANCE COMPANY. :" PRINCIPAL OFFICE, Philadelphia. (Organized in 1835.) 7 '7 Nelson F. Evans. .'; .. -.-.'-. President J. E. Peterson^......... Secretary , Cash Capital. $400,000.. ' I. ASSETS. ." ""..: . / Value of real estate 0wn0d.:... $223,300 00 Loans secured by mortgages on real estate:. ;............ 283.043 15 Market value •of * bonds and Blocks. '..........'.'. 496,913 00 Loans secured by bonds and :>;l --stocks as c011atera1.......... . ,220,501) 00 Cash on hand and in bank. 43,729 14 Premiums in course of collec tion 6,790 50 All other assets .... ........ £17 33 Total admitted assets.. $1,274,492 12 11. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid up... $400,000 00 Reserve lor reinsurance....... 446.49489 Unpaid losses 15,401 26 Other liabilities......! 1,473 95 Total liabilities," including '■; 7 '.* capital.... 1...i-.\ i'/.^V*" $863,370 10 Net surplus. ....t.^f.V ."!'' 7. . $411,122 02 111. INCOME TN v; ißß6r : ''; 7 ■• From premiums received': I '. /.. ;:; "$.67,783 83 From interest and dividends. . . 48,25 148 From rents and,^ aU*, other, /-, ' sources (.';.v...... c 8.645 30 J Si aw %f v,*' \jjg — i: — Total income .*?-. .*... $224,710 01 IV. EXPENDITURES IN 1886. [_\ Losses pam $82,182 31 Dividends ........... ;....-. . . . . _ r: • 61,000 00 Commissions and brokerage , 28,794 41 Salaries of officers • and em ployes .............. : . . . ... . *" 22,480 67 Taxes.. 8,743 73 All other expenditures . 6,175 18 Total expenditures Jj'212,37t5 30 V. MISCELLANEOUS. Total risks in force Dec. 31,1880. $33,329,187 00 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN FIRE. Risks •written •'.-.' $234,400 00 Premiums received 4,661-47 Losses paid— Fire 1,318.72 Losses incurred— . .-. ...... -' " *•• 1,318 : 72 -' •■ ' . ■ "-■.•■■..-y?: .■■•.' r^'j;- | r - • '*; STATE OF MINNESOTA, .--)' . Department OP'^NSCRANCE^'ry . St.* 'TFtt&^f^itify ifWjcJi I, the undersigned " Insurance toinmis sioner of the State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that the Spring "Garden Insurance company abovo named has ' complied , with | the laws of this state relating to insurance. and is now fully empowered through its au thorized agents to transact its appropriate business of fire insurance in this state for the year ending Jan. 81. 1888. CHAS. SHANDREW, Insurance Commissioner. E. W. PEET, Agent, •.•■. ST. PAUL, MINN. • 184 East Third St., Drake Block. ■■• LIFE Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn. (Organized in 1850.) President. M. G. Bulkeley Secretary .. .-. .-.-John L. English Capital Stock, $1,000,000. ASSETS DEC. 31, 1886. Loans on real estate $15,431,188 35 Loans on collateral security 096,6*0 93 Premium notes or loans 1,617,914 79 Value of real estate 0wned. ..... 431,434 50 -etvaldeof bonds and stocks owned. 1.. .'..;; 8,752,195 38 Cash on band and in bank .. . .'. . 3,580,274 05 Accrued interests and rents .... 428.361 35 Net deferred and outstanding 'premiums..; .....; , : 108,912 58 All other assets 57,005 83 ........ ' .PflQ*} SO Total admitted assets : . . .531,403,987 82 Yyy-; LIABILITIES. '- . ... Net present value' of outstand- . Ing policies, American experi ence table of mortality, with 4J£ per cent, Interest.... .... .$24,195,039 00 Total gross policy claims. 241,463 00 All other liabilities.. 6,078 02 Total liabilities 824,442,580 02 Surplus over liabilities $7,021,407 80 INCOME IN 1886. - Premiums, less amount paid for reinsurance $3,030,012 04 Frond merest and dividends 1,566,720 37 From rents and all other sources .'■ 42,898 35 Total inc0me.......... '.'. $4,639,630 76 EXPENDITURES IN 1886. Losses and matured endow ments $2,072,538 32 Dividends and other disburse ments to policy holders 905,486 62 Total payments to policy h01d er5....... . $2,978,024 94 Dividends to stockholders '.. 100,000 00 Management expenses . 609,019 98 Total disbursements. . ........ $3,687,014 93 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1886. No. Amount In force at end of 1885. ..... 477 $404,184 00 Issued during 1886 71 140,843 00 In lorce Dec. 31. 1886. 502 492,359 00 Cash received for premiums 8,846 04 Losses paid in 1886 23,789 25 Losses incurred in 1886 . 25,305 00 STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1 Department of Insurance, > 7 St. Paul, February. 1887. j I, the undersigned Insurance Commis sioner of the State of. Minnesota;, do hereby certify that the .-Etna Life Insurance com- . pany above named, has complied with the. laws of this state relating *tb . insurance;, And i is now fully empowered through ~ Its , author-, ized agents to transact its l "%"ppyßJj.i_te odsi ness of life insurance in tftis*'tet&fe'iprthe: year ending Jan 31, 1888. '.'"'...-'•■' ' '■'■■ yy-. CHAS. SHANDREW, 7) ;.',-.' Insurance Commissioner. -S B. F. STAHL, MANAGER FOR MINNESOTA AND DAKOTA, Room 11, Mannheimer Block, ST. PAUL, - - MINN. Efficient and energetic asents wanted to represent the company where it is not already represented. ...-■:■■ -■ ■ ' THE MINNESOTA 7; Terra Cotta Lumber Co. • __A!'i':r-*-J"'7 .;V.,' Before contracting for niaterial for next year's buildings all persons interested are cor dially invited to examine the merits of ___.' 7.7.. TERRA COTTA LUMBER. EDMUND RICE. President. H. A. BOARDMAN, Treats, and Gen. Manager, Office, 363 Jackson St., St. Paul. Minneapolis Agents, C. S. Leeds & Co., 213 • . . Hennepin Avenue. CHEAPEST BOOK STORE IN THE NORTHWEST _fwK NEW AND OLD BOOKS. Lhrarles aad Parcels of Books bought. Seat for catalogue. ' : ■!-' .- ' - .:• *;, , - B. F. LEASE & CO., m BUS Third Streak • _ ; ST. PAEI* hFrT-TpoweWs! , DERRICKS, AND CONTRACTORS' OUTFITS, American Manufacturing Co., South End Robert Street. Bridge *,"> ODD LOOKING CUSTOMERS! Im 11 l l ll^ - It' -]\ Ail sorts and conditions of men _^&&^£=r* ...' .- :.J visit a large clothing store like ! - that of SATTLER BROS., but ■'' • y^^/^W^^?f^^~^ *I - no matter who they are, they are I / Lz^^'w^ always more than pleased with ■^"•fffw ; ' G&^* •**-* A" g^^= ti * ac result of their visit- No j s T^^i^ -? ::^^=^ other store can do as well for raSi^^^->*lfe--^l_K z^fe them. Sattlershave the best of *■ _E ia^-^-^-^^^^^s^F- goods and always guarantee sat f I'lP gji Tr^&sA^T~^feS isfaction to every one. Their Iv! -^l/ : Sr-**^^*^r\ V prices are lower, because they fl^"***^sPSr <;; * s^^\ \ are satis i with a moderate -vf~-5-^i_s \ o profit, and because they buy for •«=*r^^-2SI \*->«- -S\. fc cash. Good goods at low prices "3_^^===-l \_^ a""* is the secret of their success. 1 i ;n **_^N -\ >/«.?•>. 3->.*M I Call and be satisfied. Sattler* Bros. 777 ..* . 91 East Third Street, St. Paul,- EDMUND RICE, Jr., Rice Block, 363 Jackson Street. Real Estate and Mortgage Loans. Three lots on Front street.' near Western avenue, south-facing and on grade, at $65 each, separately or together. Seven lots on Agate street, near the Rice school, at $700 each. A liinrft list in Dawson's, arid it inn c West sind \TnrHi Rf Paul U'-tmin.-toi. <-..-oi,- _.....__ .-. ... i#i>ngvuii »v.-. ...««. a iiw. «i — .iuuuuu . <1111, ST caillllllMCr, .CLCIIa, Rice's First. Second, Third and Fourth additions. $2,000 to loan for three years at 7 per cent. Si, 200 to loan for three years at 7 percent OUR FACILITIES for DOING A FIRST-CLASS ~~~~~ BUSINESS are largely increased in our new store, 339 and 341 East Seventh street. We hate added Hat Trees Bookcases, Sideboards and Desks to our old lines of general House Furnishing Goods, and invite a visit from all. SMITH & F.sRWELL. .■'';r:.. _____ " ~~ " ™iTTmOR_NG Sa H m w8 _l wf Jf^lß ma Ws — I V_ MLf F_ _3 H B W_ rf^T DUNCAN _ BARRY. ; £0 East Third Street. - * St. Pau . " ; , -J 0 <<3^W^ (g. (^et^eA^ae^ STATIONER. Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Visiting Cards, Monograms, Crests, Seal* 1 Dies, etc. Stationery Stamped and Illuminated. Call and see the novelties ia staple axufi Faaoy Stationery. Seaside Libraries. 113 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. MINN. ! ..' ____________________ ______ g Conliiition of kmiM for Cta-ie of Grade on Yaniee Street ' Office of the Board of Public Works, } City of St. Paul, Minn.. March 2, 1.37. \ The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from a change of grade on Yankee street, from West Seventh street to Dousman street, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, said Board will meet at their otfiee in said city, at 2p. m. on the 14th day of March, A. D. 18*7. to hear ob jections (if any) to said assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board. The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property bene* flted and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit: .j.-g Hi.f>£f-.L; ::/.' E. H. Hawkes' Subdivision of Winslow's Addition to St. Paul. . Balance Balance Simposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city ft B Wheeler and IN Hanks, except street, ti 10 $2 00 $100 $3 00 $100 Thos Marrett 5 10 2 00 100 0 00 100 Greenleaf Clark 4 10 2 00 100 0 00 100 Same 3 10 2 00 100 0 00 100 AntSchaeffer 2 10 2 00 100 0 00 100 DSNorton 5 11 2 00 100 0 00 100 John W Gregg......: 4 11 2 00 100 0 00 100 Same 3 11 2 00 100 0 00 100 Henry H Fuller ..„ ..2 11 2 00 100 0 00 100 Same 1 11 2 00 100 0 00 100 Winslow's Addition to St. Paul. Balance Balance Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city Johauna Zimmermann, except Fort street. . 4 11 $2 00 $100 $0 00 $1 00 IBernheimer. ............ 6 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 H Weiss, W'ly J_ of W'ly J_ of 7 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 Rosalia Strude, Ely *_ of W'ly J. 0f....... 7 9 2 00 1 00 0 00 100 Orle Rogers, Ely *_ of .7 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 J Betz 8 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 PHThornton 9 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 CWoerner 10 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 FFalkner .....5 5' 2 00 100 0 00 100 Wm Eagan, W'ly *<_ of 4 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 W .Wagner, Ely % of 4 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 Mary Zirklebach, Ely *. of 3 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 Caroline Werner, W'ly % 0f.......... 3 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 Jane Davies, W'ly y, of 2 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 Frank McG rath, Ely *_ of ...2 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 O'Keefe I 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 All objections to said assessment must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said, Board at least one day prior to said meeting. Official: WILLIAM BARRETT, President. . ft L. Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 63-65 -.-■■•- __ Confliiationof Assessment for diange of Grade on Ann Street. Office of the Board of Public Works, ) . City of St. Paul, Minn., March 2, 1837. f The assessment of benefits. costs and expenses arising fromja change of srrade on Ann street, from Seventh street to You Minden street, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of PublieWorks in and for said city.said board will meet at their office in said city, at 2 p. m. on the 14th day of March, A. D. IKS 7, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board. The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property ben*. flted, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit: E. H. Hawkes' Subdivision of Winslow's Addition to St. Paul. Balance Balance . Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city John H Sohaeffer I 10 $2 00 $100 30 00 $100 AntSchaeffer 2 . 10 200 100 0 00 100 HenryHFuller 2&1 11 4 00 2 00 0 00 2 00 Winslow's Addition to St. Paul. *•«"* • Balance Balance Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city Jos Eagan 12 11 $2 00 $100 SO 00 $100 TT Armstrong 5 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 Isaac Bernheimer 6 9 2 00 100 0 00 100 FFalkner •-.' 5 5 2 00 100 0 00 100 Theo Hennlnger 6 » 200 . 100 000 100 All objections to said assessment must be made in, writing and filed with the Clerk of •aid Board at least one day prior to said meeting. ■ -v... . ' ' „__. „ ,j««. Official: * WILLIAM BARRETT, President. R. L. Gorman. Clerk Board of Public Works. 63-65 ashes! IPlipfc GARBAGE! pin,™™ And refuse matter removed. Orders for I 'I J I I 111 li Pi _■ il cleaning yards will receive prompt atten- " UU If I l tLm *I " tion. ST. PAUL _ . „_ ' n AND DEALER IN S2S Co ' Fine Art Gas Fixtures. Fourth Street, opposite New Court House. _-__-» *-«-»_«_ , ins. x. •■■ . • ■ ■■••.;• ■ . ■ 96 E. Third Street. -——- — -' ST. PAUL 111? Jl I? _Jf7C Q I ts causes and a new and sue- -' ' J twenty-eight year°s me, Treated e b7 mosTof the PatentLaw-Jas. F. Williamson, noted specialists without benefit. Cured himself ."*'•'■ '.'_- v • in three months, and since then hundreds of ', Room 15, Collom Block, Minneapolis. Solid others. Full particulars sent on application. or of patents, counsellor In patent oases T. S. PAGE, No. 41 West 'list St., New York City. Two -ears an .Examiner iv U. S. _*• eod&wtimo : \' tent Oflice.