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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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In every case the money musi hccoiiij> ny the o der. SITUATION'S OFFEBED. Male. A MAN to work in light lumber. Call at corner Kittson and Fourth. Mr. Z.ihn. 6 AGENT to lake orders and sell the in- destructible fuel bolts in St. Haul, Still water and Minneapolis; good, reliable man ran make big money. Western Light Fuel Co., 415 Washington ay. south, Minneapolis. 209-211 AGENTS— Wanted, gentlemen or ladies to handle our goods. We guarantee you Ihe choicest articles and largest pay in the state; no trouble to selL Call on or "address The Victor Company, Union block, comer Fourth and Cedar sis." St. PauL 210-212 AGENTS wanted to represent •The North American Accident Association" in every city and town in Minnesota. Apply person ally or by letter, John W. Sifton. general »gent. Union block, corner Fourth and Cedar as., St. Paul. 210-215 ATTORNEY— a young attorney for assistant manager in a mortgage loan office: state age. Address O 18, Globe. '- 2Q7-211 A MEAL FOR 10 CENTS— Ham and eggs, with potatoes, lo cents: beef steak, with potatoes, 5 cents; coffee, with bread and butter, 5 cents; oat meal and milk. 5 cents. New York restaurant, 442 Jackson st. - 209 215 OOKK EKAER— Wanted, an assistant BOOKKEI.AKU Wanted.~an~ assistant bookkeeper: references wanted. Ad- uress _> .*, izioee. . ■■ a ARBER wanted at 221 Y. est Seventh st. ARBERS— Two first-class while barbers BARBERS— Two first-class white barbers corner Fourth and Jackson sts.. in the basement. 3 BARBER — First-class barber wanted ; steady job. 221 West Seventh st. 4 ARBER. white anil first-class: steady job and good wages to right man. R. N. Sweet, Rocncster. Minn. 200 211 ARBER. wanted at ISO East Fifth si. BARBER— Wanted, good barber, Scandi navian or German preferred. 1)25 East Seventh st. 5 t>ARBER 3D) Rice .street. E. J Duclos. BOY— Wanted, a boy seventeen or eighteen rears old to work in carpenter shop. No. 325 Rice st. » BOY wanted to assist In office; must be bright and write good hand. Apply in awn hand writing, stating salary expected, H 7, Globe. 4 BOYS,f rom fourteen to seventeen years old, -wanted at 040 Bedford st.,* near De lator st, at drug store. '! CARPENTER — A good carpenter wanted ARPENTKR —A good carpemer wanted this morning at Magee & Robertson's, 141 Sibley st. • 5 CARPENTER— build carriage shed; furnish material and take pay in fami ne, Address P. 23, Globe. " 210 CARPENTERS— good carpenters at *J - St. Pan! Park. Apply at the works to Thomas Thort) : take motor from St. Paul. 21Q-211 CARPENTER* and laborers wanted. Gall <j at 183 Bast Seventh before 8:30 Friday norning. 11. Taylor, contractor. l> AN YASSER— Gentleman of good address to canvass in the city of St. Paul : a big thing for the right man! Address William Rawston. Globe. 208-214 HAINMAN— Must have experience: 8 haHs man — Must have experience: 8 o'clock Tuesday; 316 Robert at Mum ford, architect. . 3 DRIVER— Wanted, a man to drive a team. U Call at 274 East liobie st. West SI. Paul. 4 EMPLOYMENT— Educated gentleman or lady who is willing to work. Call at CIS East Third st., Boom 3. (> MPLOYMENT— a young man of about twenty to sleep in store and do general work. Address > 'jo, oione. . ■■ - 210-212 ORWARDEK AND RULER— A man in a bindery who is a good forwarder and ruler: references required. The D. Sinclair Publishing company. Winona, Minn. 210-212 ' FEED HOY— Wanted, one good feed boy. at Rich «!i Clymer's printing office, 350 Jackson st, St. Pain. Minn. 5 ARNKSS MAKER— One who has worked one or two years at the trade. "ft*. G. McMaunis, Pelican Rapids, Minn. 2 ! < >-2 V 2 T7"ITUHEN MAN at 255 Sibley st. 5 MEN wanted at Kent's package delivery. MEN wanted Kent's package delta ry. 200 West Seventh st. 5 MACHINE HAND — Wanted, a good machine hand to tenant and mortising machine. West Side Manufacturing com pany _\ MAILING CLERK— Wanted, mailing clerk, sixteen to twenty years of age. fn a large office: slate age and previous em ployment. Address Kj IP, Globe. 207-210 MIDDLE-AGED MAN wanted for steady 1 position at fair wages. 79 West Third si. * PAINTERS— Two good painters wanted at 54 Fairfield ay., West St. Paul: call Monday morning. . 2 PHARMACIST— Registered pharmacist wanted. inquire of Clark & Frost cor ner Third and Robert sts. 5 ORTER and second cook at International hotel. ■ 0 PORTER— At the St. Dennis hotel. 420 Minnesota street, 3 . SALESMAN— Wanted, a good clothing salesman ; Swede preferred. 133 East Seventh st 2_ OHOEMAKERs— two slioemak- O for new work. Call at -140 Jackson st. ■ » STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, a first-class stenographer: eclectic, (cross) writer pre ferred. Address C 30. Globe. 4 SALESMAN— An experienced salesman : French preferred; must have good refer ences. S. Frank. 15 1 East Seventh st 2 STONE CUTTERS— Three stone cutters »j on bridge work. Address James Mc- Clnre^Elk Mound, Wis. 4 OTONE>IA>i»s— nt 570 Cedar st. tj ■..-..■■ , 2 rpEAMSIKK- 3 94 La Fond st. - nhtLEUKAPH OPERATORS AMI J. STENOGRAPHERS— Register for positions with Anna C. Drew, Hale Block. StPauL ■■■■■- 208* T" ucK.-Pol>'TEß— Wanted a good tuck- •pointer: steady work the rest of the summer. Call at ihe Exchange building, Sfanth St. Paul. 0 I'HOLSTKRKKS- Wanted, two uphol- " sterers and tare mattaessmakers imme diately. . 10A University ay. . 200-211 AJTEBS-^At Bells, -No 4.43 Jackson ' street yv. '.. : -vV .3 WAITER— Good -waiter wanted at New York restaurant, 442 Jackson st ; 5 WANTED IMMEDIATELY— W girl for general housework in family of 3", must be good cook. Call. at 176 East Fourteenth st. . .;.... • --.- ■' .-.- 4 WAKTJED— Young men and ladies .10 learn telegraphy, shorthand and 'typewriting; chaiice to cover expenses. while learning; day and evening classes; terms r-asonaDle ; send for circulars. F. A. Maron. manager Globe Telegraph company, .'AM Jackson St.. St Paul. Minn. 338* lirAjrrEl) — Scotch- fanner W to superintend a large farm 25 miles from St. Paul; references required. Address or call upon John E. Glover &Co., St Paul. V"*" *~ 207-213 SITUATIONS OFFERED. _W»le— Continued. MESSENGERS— Wanted, two messengers at W. F. Telegraph office. . 210 "117 ANTED— Bright white boy. between "117 ANTED— Bright white boy,, between «» 12 and 17. who can - write a legible hand, to run errands, direct envelopes and do the- work of an errand boy generally. Ad dress E. K. Rand, Globe. - ' 20S-211 CI F\ TO S'-OO to loan on furniture, mil *i?-l«-' sical instruments, vehicles or live stock: cash advanced on goods in storage. St. Paul Loan Co., No." 22 West Sixth St.. Panorama building. 185* £>ma INING KOOM girls at the Windsor hotel. . 6 DINING-ROOM I RL— Wanted, a good dining-room girl at Dl West Fourth st. Gall to-day. - ■ •_- 6 GIRL— Good steady girl thai knows how lo cook in a small family; none other need apply. Mrs. J. S. Robertson. 265 Sum mit ay. . •'- 209-211 GIRL who can sew wanted at 175 St. Anthony to learn dressmaking; can assist at housework for board. . 3 GIRL— Wan ted, a dining room girl at the St. James hotel. 5 GIRL One kitchen and one second girl wanted at 168 Pleasant ay. 4 GIKI. wanted in a family of two. Apply _ 481 Iglehart st. ;_ GIRL ot fourteen would take care of a child during the day. Address U_ 7. Globe. 4 GIRLS to make overalls and pants on steam power machines : steady work; good pay to experienced operators." Powers Dry Ootids company, 228 to 238 East Fourth st. 4 GIKI.— kitchen girl. 426 Wabasha st., corner Seventh. 5 GIKI.— At once, a competent girl for housework: good competent girl for housework: good pay. 565 Robert st. 6 GIRL strong girl to wash dishes and scrub. Pfcifer*s Hall restaurant, 442 ■-..,.„.! ._. _.* _■ .. anasuu si. o GIRL — Good girl for general housework: small family. 265 Iglehart st. 0 IKl.s— Laundry girls. St. Dennis Hotel. IRLS— Laundry girls. St. Dennis Hotel. 420 Minnesota st. y Gl KLS At once, ten girls for hand sew- ing to finish parts. Guitermau Bros.. 375 and 377 Sibley st. 6 OI'SEWOKK— GirI for general house- work, German or Swede, prefered. In quire 21. > Spruce street. 6 HOUSEWORK— girl to assist with general housework; no washing. 217 Pear! St. • 6 OliSEWOKK— Wanted, a woman or girl to do general housework and plain cooking for a small family. Apply at once at 255 Kanisoy st. " 6 HOUSE WORK— A girl for general house- work. ('.ill 579 Holly ay. 6 OI'SEWOKK— A competent girl to cook and do general housework at White Bear for the summer; family of three; Scandinavian preferred. Apply J. B. Heals, 20 Gilfillaii block. " 210-212 HOUSEWORK— A irood girl for general housework; small family. Inquire at 29!) Sherman st. * .5 H Ol'SEWOKK— Wanted, a girl lor gen- OCSEWOKK— Wanted, a girl tor gen- eral housework at 459 Fuller st. 4 OTSEWORK— Good girl for housework OI'SEWOKK— Good girl for housework in cottage at Bald Eagle lake. Apply to Mrs. Keykendall, 339 East Ninth st. 2 H Ol'SEWOKK— Competent girt for gen- eral housework in a family of three. 64 Tilton st. " 3 OIsE WORK— Good girl for general housework. Apply 2 to 5 p. m., 463 Iglehart. 5 OI'SEWOKK— GirI to do general house- OIiSEWOKK— GirI to do general house- work and assist in the care of two chil dren, at 155 Pleasant ay. 4 OUSEWORK— GirI for housework; none I but competent need apply. 536 Can ada st. '■'■■: Z .-e.r-y. 4 j OI'SEWOKK— GirI for general house- work »i 613 North st., Dayton's bluff. I OI'SEWOKK— An honest, intelligent | OL'SEWOKK— An honest, intelligent girl to assist at- housework and make i herself generally useful in store. Apply 464 i Wabasha st. ■ . 4 TI.OVI.I' A (ir-^l_..l.iC4_ _r__t._.i- wi.nl. l li'l-o In ■ «W.. .-<»» .-V lllSl-l ..IS.- HUHIM UtHU 1I»C IU A work in a laundry four days every week i or would go to private families. Apply 54 Fairfield ay.. West St. Paul 3 | I'KSE— Wanted, nurse girl at 270 Ram- i I'ESE— Wanted, nurse girl at 270 Ram- sey st. 2 j TVTI LSKS — Students for nursing: diploma 1 NURSES Students for nursing: diploma I and free outfit of nurse's appliances and good salary guaranteed; opportunity to clear expenses while training classes com mence training Monday next. Apply Nurses" Training school, 404 Nicollet ay.. Minne apolis. Prof. Lonsdale. 210-212 SECOND-*; I RL— Good one, who can wait on table. 270 lleasant ay. 207-21.'. ANTED— A kitchen girl: $10 per month. 385, Washington st. 4 | ANTED— A good dressmaker at 192 I ANTED— A. good dressmaker at 192 East Tenth.. . ...:. ' ' 4 i WANTED— Pantry girl- and two dish- j washers at International hotel. . 210 j Middle-aged woman to do gen- eral housework upon a farm. ' (all at 323 Summit ay. ■■"' ' 208-214 WOMAN- -Wauled, a good, reliable woman to take care of e baby eight < months old. Answer to P. O. general delivery I at once. Mrs. M. J. Weaver. ■ 2Q7-212 ri3IASCIAI~ ~ MONEY is loaned by us on Improved real estate security in" St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth at 0, o£>, 7, TVs per cent., on shortest notice, for any amount. 11. M. New port cV Son. investment bankers, 152, 153 and 154 Drake block. St. Paul. 73* <2*l (\ 555. SoO, SHOOI TO LOAN on fur •pA-VJ niture, pianos, carriages,' horses, •pJ-Vj ninire. pianos, carriages, horses, cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any other article of value cash advance made on goods in storage; promptness and privacy i guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable rates and no outside fees. St. Paul Loan . company, No. 22 West. Sixth at. Panorama | building. 05* | JOHN KKI'ITK- to lopn on real ■ estate security. 451 Drake block, on Third st., between Jackson and Sibley. ' ■ 209-238 MONEY" LOANED on all kinds ot per- sonal property, household furniture, horses, etc. ; also on 'diamonds and jewelry; commercial paper discounted. Security Loan Co., 325 Jackson si., J. E. Flanigan, mana- . ger; • 102* | MONEY' TO LOAN on mortgage at i lowest cost without delay. Installment i mortgages made payable in sums to suit bor rower. William N. Viguers, south-east cor- j ncr Fourth and Robert streets. 130* I MONEY TO LOAN on real estate and i good first mortgages bought by S. 11. ! Dyer.real estate and 10an5,52 German- Ameri- [ can bank. • 100* ! MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN ! Company— Loan from §10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with- : out removal; also on warehouse receipts, j diamonds and goldl watches. J. S. Mackey, manager, Room 7. First National bank huild- '■ ing. St. Paul, and ltoom 7, Mackey-Legg block, Miuneai>olis. 250* | MONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, from i $1 up. on watches, diamonds and all goods of value; special rates on sums of §50 ; and over. J. E. Ingham. 327 Jackson st. 240* I MONEY' TO LOAN in sums of $1,000 to j IVL SIO.iHH) at 0 and 8 percent, interest ! without delay. St. Paul Trust company, cor ner Jackson and Fourth sts. 22* FOB SALE. BICYCLES and tricycles, for sale or rent; terms easy; bicycles rented by day or month. S. F. "Heath '&. Co., 50 West Third st. 147-237 CATTLE FOR SALE— Five head of cat- tle, three cows and two steers; one steer is two years old and one Holslein bull one year old. Call at motor station on Concord st. No. 377. 210 i HORSE— The finest coupe, carriage or ! dog cart horse in the city: light dapple . brown, five years old; kind and gentle; price : S3OO. Inquire Brvaut & Kirke, 152 East Sixth st. 191* j MONEY TO LOAN— SIS and upwards on I personal property of any description: J properrv left in your possession. St. Paul , ] Loan Co., 22 West Sixth St., Panorama build ing. • '_ 185* | TYGMOGHAPH or multiple copying pen ! for sale; first-class condition. Address C 30. Globe, who will answer personally.2o9 j WO COUNTERS. Oliver Baker, 417 Wabasha st. - *» ! lOLIN'S FOR SALE— Extra good in- j struments at moderate prices. L. C. i Cummins, 10115 East Seventh street. 207-213 ; MISCIXJLAJiEOILS. TOBAIiJC' ANtt FOR WARDING— Con signments solicited of all kinds of rem chandise. implements, furniture and house- | hold goods. We have the largest and best warehouse in the city, connected by railroad tracks for receiving, storing and transferring, i or if space is desired either in basement or | upper stories we can let same at .very reason- I able rate?; warehouse and office, 351. and 389 ! East Third sty' St. Paid, Minn. St. Paul | Storage, Forwarding, and' Implement Com- | panv; William Hemminghouse^ President and i Manager; telephone call 2QS-2. : '•' . 53* j Til LOAN— 850, 8150 to loan .on fur- j niture, pianos, etc; property left in your j possession. St. Paul Loan Co., 22 West Sixth | st. Panorama building. 185* ; "11 7" ANTED— To meet « reliable attorney I \v for the purpose of forming a partner- | ship: have had eight years of active practice in the Eastern states. - Address G 23, Globe. | 210 THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1887. SITUATIONS WASTED. ■■*■*> ' ] . TTOKNEY. aged twenty-five, wants situ- ATTORNEY, aged twenty-flve, wauts 72, _ atiou ; good penman ; Spencerian. 72, 73 Loan and Trust building, Minneapolis. - . 2.>9 -ai-j >__ BOOKKEEPER— Young man would like a position as bookkeeper or clerk in of fice; lis experience and best of city refer ence. S 33. Globe. 5 OOKKEEFEB, six years' experience, desires situation as years' experience, desires situation as bookkeeper or of fice clerk: good penman, excellent refer ences. Address M. C, Globe. • 5 T>OY— Fourteen years old. wants a place in BOY— Fourteen years delivering; can give some store to do delivering; can give good references. Address II 44. Globe. 3 I'tJOV WASHER, just from Chicago. UGGV WASHER, just from Chicago. Address N. 1. Globe. 0 COACHMAN— A single man desires a sit- COACHMAN— A single man for the a sit- uation as coachman, and for the care of fine rigs. Address II 2, Globe. - " 5 (Ui M AN— Situation wanted by a young man as coachman in a private family ; has good city references. Address 11 30. Globe. ' 0 Ci LEKK— Young man from the Baal wishes ' situation as shoe clerk; five years ex perience ; best of references. Address 8 '-7, Globe. 5 CLERK— situation wanted by grocery clerk who can furnish first-class refer ences; please state salary. Address 0, 27, Globe. 5 CI.EKK— Wanted, a situation in a fur- CLERK— Wanted, young :in a fur- niture store by a young man; six years' experience; can furnish best of references from the East. Address N4, Globe. 5 CLEKK — By a young Geimaii tor grocer's CLEKK By a young German Address delivery wagon for small wages. Address A D 21). Globe. 3 CII.EXK Wanted, situation by a Scotch- ' man as clerk in a s.brassfound er's or plumber's, supply store; has over twenty years' experience managing such business. Address A 12,. G10be. '210-212 COLLECTOR, janitor or similar kind of OLLECTOK. janitor or similar' kind of work, by a man who can furnish best of references. Address S 26, Globe. 6 (100K — A first class meat cook would like J a situation as second cook in the city. Apply at 582 Robert st., upstairs. "6 DRIVER — Employment wanted in a wholesale house as driver, or any other work. Address K. Globe. " 5 "PJKIG CLXXX wants situation Sept l ; TYKCG CLEKK wants situation sept. 1 ; a-' tnree years experience, wiin lirst-elass j business education; age twenty-three years. | Address W. M.. Globe. " 204-209 ENGINEER— Wanted, situation to run stationary engine, or as fireman ; eleven years' experience; best of reference if re- quired. Address B N. Globe. * " 4 MPLOYMENT— Norwegian wants po- . sition in office or dry goads store ; good penman ; speaks English and German Ap- ply ('. S., 111) West George st. . ■ - 5 EMPLOYMENT— A boy about nine years < Id wants a place where lie can make himself useful for board with prospects of a Bteady home ; farm prefered. Address BO V, Globe. 0 EMPLOYMENT— An honest, energetic boy. age seventeen, desires situation in office or store where neat cleanliness is re- quired ami appreciated ; excellent references.. Address C s. Globe. 5. E.U Employment wanted dv an Englishman of forty-live: is well ed- ucated, and would make a good genera! of- fice man, correspondent or copyist; no rea sonable work or offer declined. " Address M If). Globe. 4 MPI.OYJIEST- Wanted, situation by a_ MPLOYMENT— Wanted, situation by a. young Eastern man in some manufact uring, mining or lumber enterprise; back in the country preferred; would like to see and talk with you. Address P A, Globe. 1212 EMPLOYMENT— Man with fifteen years- experience in hide, tallow and wool business. Address S3. Globe. 3- EMPLOYMENT— A young man would like situation, is a good penman and would make himself generally useful for moderate compensation. Address M ">. Globe. , 4 MPLOYMENT— Situation wanted by a middle aged man who would be glad to help in any way for a small saiurv. Address i. i::. Globe. " 3 HOSTLER— By a young bum iv private family; understands care of horses. Address II 35, Globe. <> MACHINIST— Situation wanted by A No 1 machinist on any kind of machinery. floor or bench. Address A 18, Globe. *4 PENMAN— Situation wanted by a good penman and good address;' graduate penman and of good address:* graduate of commercial school ; good city references. Address C D. Globe. " 3 PENMAN wants • 8 situation as assistant bookkeeper, haviug. a knowledge of same, and have had some experience in of fice. Can give good city references if de sired. Address E. E., Globe. 0 PRINTER— Competent printer would like situation on country newspaper. Ad dress II 38, Globe. 4 AlNTE lt— Wanted, to learn the painting trade by a young German; some experi ence. Address AD. Globe. 3 POSITION of any kind by a respectable, POSITION of any kind by a respectable, honest man who is not afraid of work. Address P 22, Globe. 0 SALESMAN man wishes [dace as salesman in dry goods or clothing store, sevenvears experience. Address W. L, M.. Globe". ~\Vf ANTED — Position to travel or in store. » V Thoroughly posted in crockery ami glassware. Address X A Globe. 3 Female. MPLOYMENT— Lady wants employ- ment in Minneapolis that she can have her little girl, three vena old, with her. Ad uresg i! c. Spa Bottling company, 03 East Fiimorest. 200 MPLOYMENT—Widow lady would like employment In any position of trust to take care of offices or rooms; can give the best references. Address N 20. Globe. li HOCSKKEEPEiI— A respectable widow would like a position as housekeeper. Address or call at 109 Hubert st., West St. Paid. 0 -jVTUßSE— Respectable young German IVTKSE — Respectable young (iermau i* wants place as nurse to a tiny baby. Address 40 West Fourth st. 3 SEWING— Wanted, sewing for two good seamstresses, one to go in families and the other to take work at home. Address G, 193 Martin st. 5 PEA SEWING WANTED, or chil dren's clothes to make. Call or address 403 Farrington ay. 5 ECOND WORK— wanted by a O young lady to do second work in private family. call at 114 Twelfth st. 5 SECOND WORK— wanted by a vomig lady to do second work in private family. 'all at 97 East Twelfth St., corner of Minnesota and Twelfth. " 6 ECOND WORK— Smart young girl wants position in family on St. Anthony hill to do second work or will cook in small family. A X. Globe. 5 TYPEWRITING and shorthand work of all kinds done perfectly by Anna C. Drew, Hale block: no risk in bringing your work here; experienced operators, perfect work, low prices : work called tor and de livered; estimates given. Telephone, 892-2 . . 208* . 117" ANTED — ■*■ position as housekeeper, »* _M a lady; out or the city preferred. Address" I.!. Globe. '__ 4 WASHING — A middle aged woman \V wants to go out by the day to-do wash ing, Call at 240 Martin St.. near Lewis, 3 HOUSES A3il> CARRIAGES. AKRIAGE WORKS— A large assort- ment of Victorias, cabriolets. Du.piisias, broughams, four and six-scat rockaways. ex tension-top cabriolets, extenslon-*op Sur reys, open and canopy Surreys, loop-front ladles' phaetons, low-wheeled phaetons, road wagons, etc., at lowest possible prices, qual ity considered; all work, guaranteed strictly as represented. E. M. Hallowed ill: Co., 503 to 511. Minnesota st. - 159* ORSE FOR SALE— Cheap, family ORSE FOR SALE— (liea p. family horse; also, new jump seat buggy. 88 East Fifth st. 210 HORSE — Wanted to buy, a sound and safe horse under eight 'years, weight not under 1.000 pounds; suitable for city de livery ; spot cash ; must be cheap. Inquire corner Kent and St. Anthony, Monday next. 210 " ' PHAETONS— grade, lowest juices; platform spring wagons; many styles; a call at our show rooms will convince., Cort land Wagon company, 135 East Fifth st- St. Paul. 128-218 SIDE BAR BUGGlES— Surreys ana ex- SIDE BAR Itl'OO I Es— surreys and ex- press wagons; best work; finest materials, lowest prices. Send for catalogue or as) Lai Cortland Wagon company, 135 East Fifth st., St. Paul. 128-221 117" ANTED— Good second-hand dog cart. VV Address S, P. (>. Box 2075, city. ,209-211 OOAgPOO WASTED. BOARD— A single gentleman desires board and room in private family; best refer ences. Address X 32. Globe. 210 ROOM and board, by two young men, within four blocks of .Jackson and Fow teenth sts. Address C 33. Glolie. 210 OOM and' board wanted by three young ROOM and' board wanted by th.cc young ladies M X 10, Globe; . - ' 210 BOARDING OFFERED. BOARD— Table board can be had 533 Broadway. , 210 BOARD and room can be had at 144 East Eleventh st * FOB BEST. ' '.-'--'; • Houses. -..'-: OCSES, FLATS, STORES, ROOMS to rent in all parts of the city. Land lords, list your premises for rental with us ; we turn away responsible tenants daily from lack of houses to meet the demands S. C. . llorton & Co., real estate and rentals. 22 West Sixth st.. Panorama building. - '■<■ 138* FOR RENT— Elegant residence; A l'ur- nished; very large lot on one at the most desirable corners on St. Anthony's Hill; asphalt pavement, stable aud modern im provements, Gilman & Co., l&VyEast' Fourth street. Wilder block. 2jg-212 . HOUSE— $15 per month, house on- Carroll st. Inquire 517 iglehart, uear,iMac kubiu. 2tt»213 Ol SE— To rent, furnished hous^,' :I01) OCSE— To rent, furnished hous&'3o9 South Exchange st. C. E. D. Olhisted. Drake block 209-212 HOI for Kent— 4l6 Carroll- st., a.^otise with nine rooms, good celler, citiV and cistern water. _______\_\ HOUSES for rent from $8 to *25 per,. month. Inquire at 254 Commercial st. ] 137-216;' TTOI'SE— rooms at SIS per uibuth. 'fZL Inquire at 584 Rice st. and Coma ay. ; 203-210 . ..';, • HOI'SEFOR RENT on Grove street. No. 223. Call at rear. 210-211 HOC FOR RENT— New seven or ten- room house: city water and bath; $'-■"> and 53Q. ... li. Boyd." 370 Bobert st. 210 lIOOIUM. CEOAK ST.. 637— Furnished front, room with alcove, also two other rooms, with use of bath. 20.V210 CEDAR ST.. 476— Pleasant furnished rooms; complete for housekeeping, with yard anil cellar. 210-212 OLLEUE AY., 22 WEST— Furnished COLLEGE AY., 22 single en suite. rooms, first class, single and en suite. 2011-212 C MM. LEGE AY., M — furnished ' rooms; bath, etc., for gentlemen only. Call. 210 CiOLLEGE AY., 46— Furnished room: ' modern conveniences; en suite or single; suitable for gentlemen. . 2:0-212 LM.KVKM'II ST.. 62, EAST— Nicely lUr -Li nished room with board, half block from capitol ; also few table boarders: refer ences^ 208-2 10 FLAT FOR RENT— A flat or. eight (3) . rooms on second floor, in good location. For particulars inquire at 305 East Seventh st..- near Broadway. 208-212 FRANKLIN ST., 376— Nice large Trout . alcove room, well furnished, modern conveniences, also single room: two blocks from Windsor hotel. - . 206-213 Ot'RTIiST.. 60, WiiST. near Bice Park 1 — Nicely furnished room suitable for two gentlemen. • 210 OI'RTEENTII ST., 235. EAST— One furnished and one unfurnished room. 210-212 JACKSON, CORNER TENTH ST.— old Davidson homestead has been re fitted and newly furnished, and i . now ready for those wishing lir.st-class accommodations : references required. 209-212 LOI'IS ST., 263— Near Summit Park and ; half block from street car, furnished rooms; table boarders wau ted; private fami ly. . . 210-212 "jVJ"I_.LSON AY.. near Summit park— Two 1* furnished rooms to single gentlemen: good boarding place near. Address, with reference, A 16. Globe. . 210-212 PEARL ST., 215— Nice furnished rooms; modern conveniences, use of bath', etc. . ■ 'y 205-210 ROOMS— Wanted to rent, three lurni.-hed rooms for light housekeeping. Address M 2. (.lobe. 4 ROOMS— Forrent.uieely furnished rooms, with use of bath. Apply at 346 Grove st. 209-210 ROOMMATE wanted '<y young ban; ROOMMATE wanted by young* man ; pleasant room in flat in a respei^able block. Address. .1 It. Globe. 219-212 SHERBURNE AY., 106. one block east of , Jackson— Three large unfurnished rooms. " ' , 210 SPRUCE ST., 221— one large elegantly Spruce st.. 221— one large elegantly furnished front parlor; also smaller room: use of bath. 210-213 SHERMAN ST.. 380— Alcove front room; nicely furnisned i modern conveniences. 200-212 o__ EVENTH ST., 423. EAST— For rent. two unfurnished rooms. " 210 HIRD ST., 340 WEST, near Summit park— Two nicely furnished rooms; sin- l gle or en suite ; bath and all modern c.cjflyen- ••_ iences; first class location; suitable foj^ two ; gentlemen or gentleman and wife. ..; ' 20*3.232 ' ABASHA ST., 457— Furnished ftioms [ VV for gentlemen. , - 2^212. Mores. ... ' BROADWAY, 503— Store; a. good location for dry goods or commission. See J. M . Cooley on premises. . '200-210 STORE, with five "living "rooms on same OTiiKK, with five living rooms on same O floor; good location ; rent S2O. Impure 258 Nash st. . 200-210 _Tl i ■■ iJ :i «" j: ■■■> . c . BUILDING— The building formerly occu- pied by the Globe; will make such changes as may be desired* by tenant. In quire of C. A. Easterly, Room 3,'Manuheimer block. ■ - 14!)* BIT3LVESS ______ - BARKER SHOP— Three room barber : shop and bath rooms. Call 423 West Seventh street. 210 BUTCHER SHOP for sale, at 1!)7 West Fairfield ay., West side, . 309-215 ORROW MONEY on your nirniture ORROW MONEY ou your furniture- diamonds, watches, etc., or any article of value. St Paul Loan Company, 22 West Sixth st, Panorama building. - ... l9f>* " OARDLNG HOUSE — Fourteeu-room BOARDING HOUSE — Fourteeii-room boarding house and saloon for sale cheap. Inquire 00 West Fillmore ay. ■ 210-212 BUSINESS CHANCE for a man with ■mall capital; a safe and paying livery business, consisting of eight livery horses With carriages, harness, etc., well located in good stable with room for twenty head of horses;. ten regular boarders; boarders pay all running expenses. Address G, St. Paul Globe. . .. ! 209-211 iiiiTtMßK sn»»r anu an tne toois in -D good order. Inquire at 477 West Sev- good order. Inquire ati,7Wc-<t Sev enth st. 210-212 DKlKlt; IS t— Wanted druggist with a few . hundred dollars to go into business with party having plenty of money; Address M 1, St. Paul Globe. 208-214 EXPERIENCE business man has S 1,200 to invest with service.-, in twine profit able business; best of references given. Ad dress J, Globe. 5 FOR SALE— Retnil confectionery and ice cream business: tools included: capital required about $1,350 cash. X. V. Z., Globe. 201-212 . '. ' FOR SALE Good dairy; large trade in milk and cream, butler, etc., with. fix tures; will sell cheap; have other business. Call at place of business. No. 477 Rice st, or room 8, 140 E Fourth st., between 2 and 3 p.m. 210-211 FOR SALE — Meat and sausage shop, com- plete outfit of tools, three horses, wag ons and buggy: excellent trade: must sell. ',*. F. Dunlap, Chamber of Commerce building. 210-212 FOR SALE— General merchandise busi- ness of $25,000 annually; 35 miles from St. Paul; finely located in a thriving vjjjflge of 400 ;' object of selling owner wants to open bank in same place. For particulars inquire Arthur, Warren & Abbott, St. Pan!. Minn. 20.1-21 li FOR SALE SmaII grocery store and also a good butcher shop; doing good busi ness; bargains if Mken soon. Card &, Co.. 315 Jackson st. JOO* ORSE— Wanted, a good horse and buggy} HORSE— Wanted, a good lorse andjmggyj not too high priced; call about > p. mi 714 Fauquier st. 20>»-;il0 IF YOU have 31.500, you can double .'you t money by January lit: a legitimate ime ness. M ill/Globe. 2XO^2XI I WILL sed hardware store and bretfiii I WILL sell hardware store and bCWMuj stock in ML Vernon. Dak., for 92,000 i-jah : SI. OOP less than cost. J. C. Tatman. "I<jsl '. LAUNDRY — For side, laundry in unod running order ami doing a cash Jxif£i- i ness : horse, wagon and sleigh and leasq.«pf ' building. 31 West Third st. 2n)-2t2 EAT MARKET FOR SALE— Cheap Address C 21. Globe. 208-21 1 PARTNER wanted in an established tail- oring business;, custom cutter preferred. .1. S. Gooch A Co., 41) East Fourth st, room 20. I'niou block. .3 ARXNEXto take one-third or one-half interest in the Strait Hour mill. Shako pee: mill is new and first-class. - Address C. T. Buchanan,. Shakopee. Minn. 202-211* AItTNER WANTED— A live energetic, honest man to take-half interest in sec ond-hand furniture business: cabinet maker preferred;. small capital required. Address G 24,: Globe. . : . ■-:-■ ... , 210 inmU Orp-ORTCNii'V— Busings now paying well; §3.000- to $5,000 re- : quired, either active or silent interest. - Ad dress O. 29, Globe. . /. 207-2J12 ALOONand license for sale, cheap. -1- In- quire at Yoerg'sßrewery,, earner of Ohio r and Ethel sts. 205.-211. : TO I'ARTk" having ?20.000 or upward"l O I'ARTV having.32O-.000 or 'upward'!. willsell Davison County batik, ML Ver non, Dak.,, and take §0,000 stock in s*id bank. J. C. Talman. "is s* DYE WORKS. l^t L. .IAJUESON I CO.'S Steam Dye A-/. Works— Gents* clothing -a specially 412 Wabasha st mid. 14 West Sixth. St Paul Juan. -134* AUCTION SAHS. A. H. ef ieoiay, Auctioneer. Oft FEET FRONT on Starkey St., near *J \J Dakota ay., West St. Paul, at auction. A. H. Nicolay will sell at auction, rain or shine, Saturday afternoon, July 30,: 1887, at 5 o'clock on the premises, Nos. 388 and 392 Starkey St., only one block from Dakota ay., adjoining the corner of Starkey st. and East Delos st., two valuable .. lots ninety feet front together, known . as lots 7 and 8,. block 23, West St. Paul proper, with two dwelling bouses on the same, four and six rooms each. with barn on -the rear: this very valuable property is situated in a rapidly growing lo cality, good, substantial improvements are now going on, and others are contemplated to be made in the immediate vicinity; it is only one block from the Humboldt school and Paul Martin's new business block now being constructed and nearly completed, aud only two blocks from the Custer st. depot of the Minnesota <fc Northwestern Railroad com- pany; no property can be found in St. Paul that offers greater Inducements for a safe, reliable and profitable investment; terms of sale easy, to be made known on day of sale: sale positive to the highest bidder without reserve. For further particulars apply at the Nicolay Real Estate exchange. 116 East Fourth st., opposite National German Ameri can bank budding. A. H. Nicolay, real estate auctioneer: our real estate auction sale No. 12.733. 210 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Bowen A Co.'* Exchange Eist* 106 Wabasha st. y THO BUSINESS CHANCES— fine JLUI/ bargains in the following lines, dry goods, groceries, drugs, cigars and confec tionery, hardware, boots and shoes, and a bargain in a fine jewelry store: we own and have for sale all the above lines, and they can be bought on easy terms; the above stores are all now running and doing a good busi- ness ; we have them in both cities ; you can have your choice. O 7\ NICE FARMS to exchange for stocks *U of goods or city property. "TIT" ANTED TO EXCHANGE— Land for V V heavy horse. .-...- - -'•-•;-.;? IF VOL want a cheap lot on Case st. call on Bowen & Co.. 400 Wabasha st. ■: ■ • \\/"E HAVE everything to exchange that WE you want for business or pleasure. you want for business or pleasure. • A FINE dairy business to exchange for property ; it will pay you to look this up. . 21Q-212 Miscellaneous. BSTRACTS OF TITLE and all other manuscripts copied perfectly by Anna C. Drew.. Hale block, opifosite Merchants. I J .'_- ... . 332* .;-... ";i;i y : . FARM FOR SALE— Good farm of iIOO- ARM FOR SALE— Good larni of 100 acres for sale; will exchange for St.Faul properly or good horses; good opportunity for party with small means. For particulars address"W. D. Savage. Sunrise City, Minn. • 208-214 ARM of 200 acres for sale in Southwest Minnesota; lies on lake and close to Minnesota ; lies on lake and close to depot. Apply to owner: F F2, Globe. 1 ■ 2Q7-311 ■-" ALLIHEE & HALLOWAY, real es tate and commission auctioneers, 101 East Fourth St., buy and sell merchandise. household goods of" all kinds, or buy bank rupt stocks for cash or sell the same on com mission on favorable terms. 204* AND FOR SALE— A ten-acre piece of land near Burlington park for $,>SO per acre. Call at 322 Erie st., near West Seventh at, ._ 200-215 AN OS FOR SALE— Vermillion Lands! 100 acres in the heart of the iron dis trict for sate by 11. P. Hoppiu, 27 Globe building. 210-210 REAL ESTATE for Sale— nave a great variety of lots and acres north of St. Paul at great bargains and on easy terms. J. W. Eiseumeuger. 472 Rice st. 179* CKCKBAN HILLS and the new park— 1 have for sale lots 11 ami 18 to 25. b10ck 15. 10. 20, 23 and 24, block 30, Suburban Hills; also, 500 feet corner Earl and Hast ings. J. I. Jcllelt & Co., Room 14, Chamber of Commerce. 210-212 i?.)rtil WILL BUY an elegant residence k?AiO\j lot in North St. Paul, where the factories are being built. We offer but a few of these lots at above price, and will carry buyers out. free. Danforth & Collins, first floor. Chamber of Commerce. 210J512 PERSONAL. ONSI'LT MADAME TEITS WORTH. ' wonderful clairvoyant fortuneteller; also mind and destiny reader; gives ladies their maiden name; all questions answered; satisfaction guaranteed. - 402 Minnesota st. -- ■' .'■ ■205-211 . ■ y ;-' R/IISS ALICE KAON ALL, . magnetic _t_i healer, cures rheumatism, kidney and . liver diseases. 386 Broadway, city. 210-216 11/] ME. 1). GROASE. the great Eastern ItJL- clarvoyant and life reader, never fails to draw full bouses; free test to all and charges moderate. 225 East Seventh st. __ 210-212 EOST ASP FOITTD. y ; HORSE. Strayed— Black horse. 16 hands high, twelve years old, blind left eye; reward given. Call 1072 Reaney st. 207-210 - GLOVES LOST— One pair of ladies' black mous.|uetaire kid gloves: finder will please return to Ibis office. B. D., Globe. ifirrMii'ViitT.iinnM PURSE LOST, containing 331; two $10, two «5 and two 50 cent pieces. Finder please return to D. B. Ewing, Y. M. C. A., and receive liberal reward. 2 II'LE LOST- A Remington ritle; finder will receive a satisfactory reward by laaving at ill, Virginia ay. - 210-212 TO EXCHANGE. MOXKV— $20 to §200. to loan on articles of value; property left in your posses sion. St Paul Loan Co., 22 West Sixth st. ' Panorama building, .." .. . 185* O KX.C ll ANG E— Furniture for a small O EXCHANGE— Furniture for a small job of carpenter work. Address N. IS), Globe. ■ ■ -■ ■ ■ . 210 IF. YOC have either houses or lots for. ex- change call on Austin's.. Fiske, Room 12. . Chamber of Commerce..-. ". ..." '.-.205-11)0 REAL K.SIMTK- To .sell or exchange tor EAL ESTATE— To sell or exchange lor St Paid real estate; tine stock of hard- ware, doing good business in city. Cheap rent. Address C 1-1. Globe.- : 207-210 WAITED TO REST. — Pleasant, airy room, and hoard if central, by young lady; reference given and required ; without terms none need ap- ply. Address A 22, Globe., : .V.-tf '■ 5 ROOMS— Gentleman .and wife would like to rent three unfurnished or partly fur- nished rooms. Add resell W If. Globe.- ' '■ 5 Rooms — Wanted two small rooms by gen- tlemen in desirable location. Pol. ■'/ 3 J OSTBLCTIOX. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. Type-writ- ing and Telegraphy— First-class" and ex- . elusive: names, of graduates now holding po- j sitions sent on application: lessons' day and j evening or by mail; send for circulars/ Anna ! C. Drew, Hale 1.1 •><■■£. corner Jackson and j Third sts..St. Paul. :.:>2» : wahtei> to mm. WASTED TO BIT. j HARNESS— Wanted, set of- second-hand '• single harness in good condition; must be cheap. Cash. Globe. . •- . 210 , \\f ANTED— To buy a good saloon in : TT7 A N'TED— To * buy a good saloon in »V business part of city, or to rent room \ for saloon business. Address, giving name I and number of street located, A J G. Globe. 210-211 STATE OF MINNESOTA. COI'FTY OF : Ramsev— ss. In probate Court Special ■ Term. Till 28. ISSV In the matter of tlte estate of llattie Walker, de. eased. On reading and filing the petition of Daniel i Mnrphv, of St. Paul. Minnesota. representing, among other things, that llattie Walker, late j of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, on the .'list ' day- of March. A. D. ISB7, in the state of j Pennsylvania, died intestate, and being a ! non-resident of this county at^thc time of her death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county, and that the said peti- i tioner is interested"in the estate of said de- ! ceased, and praying that administration of I said estate be to. some suitable person granted : ! tti* ordered, that said 'petition be- heard j before the Judge of this Court, on Monday, the 20th day of August. A. D. ISS7. at ten o'clock a. m.. at the Probate Court room > in St Paul, in said county. Ordered further, that notice thereof be j given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all . persons interested, by publishing.^ copy, of ; this order for three successive weeks, prior ; to said day of hearing, in the St. Paul D.\it.y Globe, a daily newspaper printed and pub lished at St. "Paul, in said county. By the Court. • - _ (Ul) E. S. GORMAN. Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. .- . . july.29-4w-fri . • -'-.- y __._________■ ___ lirkll ' n_»bi!it_if-»f_ thrn' Wfc.AK.-IVifc.IMI indiscretions or Pat ."Octl A'ylZv sa''!'s' - Excesses,, we. GUABAX- ■ f«-'Sg^^Siß!^.' TBS: . TO-. XTtpSB by this S"fera£_Nl °!i^XLr- -3___TKW Beit ' & Sr/SPES- i T^*S^S_P^ soar orC__-?LNl) soxet • . vsjan. Tv-f^**^ Made for litis specific, P,l -i"^\i. l,ose- Cuuk of- GENKUATIVE ' ' WE4i:--J-_C j&l->'t:s^. giving continuous, mild,l . so.it h '~^^ing currents -of electricity di rectly through nil weak parts, restoring them ! to health and Vigorous strength. - Electric : Current felt instantly or we forfeit $5,000 in cash Improvements over . all other belts. Worst cases permanently cured in three months. - Sealed - pamphlet < 4c. stamp. TiieSandejt Electric Co., lu9 La.l Salle st, , Chic*** NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE ; Sale.-Published first June 17, 1887.— Notice is hereby given that under date of June 1,1885, Andrew Erickson and Mary < Erickson, his wife, of St. Paul, as mortgagors, executed to the North Star Building Society , of St. Paul, Minnesota, as mortgagee, their certain mortgage deed, whereby they mort- gaged to said mortgagee, its successors and \ - assigns, the property hereinafter named, the : same being in Ramsey county, Minnesota, for the purpose of securing to said mortgagee, its i successors and assigns, the prompt payment, on or before ten years after said June 1, 1885, of the sum of six hundred dollars., to- gether with interest thereon from said June 1, 1885, at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum and a monthly premium for same for three and 60-100 dollars, said interest and premium being payable monthly on the first Monday ot each" aud every mouth after said June, ■ ■ 1885, and also to secure to said mortgagee, : its successors and assigns, the prompt pay ment of the further sum of three dollars on the first Monday of each and every month after said June 1. 1885, as. and for the monthly contribution on twelve shares of the fifteenth scries of the capital stock of said so- ciety then owned by said Andrew Erickson, and according to a bond given by said Erick- son to said mortgagee, dated June 1. 1885, which bond is referred to in said mortgage ; find until... i« al<n (fir. n flint v__ii.l m.irtirafp was on the second day of July. 1885, cuny recorded in the office of the register of deeds -of said Ramsey county, at page -X 3 of Book 52, of the mortgage records; of said office, and that default has been made in the payment of said interest, and also of said premium, and also of said monthly dues for more than six^ ' months, and that the whole principal debt lias, by the terms of said mortgage, by such default,. become due, and that said mortgagee claims ; there is due. and there is due at the date of date of this notice the sum of . six hundred and thirty-six and 47-100 dollars: and notice is also given that said mortgage allows said mortgagee fifty dollars as attorney's fees and ; all costs and expenses in case of the fore closure of said mortgage, and that said mort- gage also, and the same was- recorded as a part thereof, contains a power or sale upon ! default being made in the condition of said mortgage, and that by reason of said default, said power has become operative and no ac- tion or proceeding has been instituted by law or otherwise to recover said debt or any part thereof. Now, notice is hereby given that under and ■ by virtue of said power of sale the said prem ises mortgaged, the same being described as follows, viz : Lot twenty-one (21). in block fourteen (14), in Arlington Hills addition to. St. Paul, according to the plat of said addi tion now of record in the office of the Regis ter of Deeds of said county, will be sold at at public vendue to the highest bidder at the :. front door on Wabasha street.' in St. Paul, Minnesota, of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of said county, at ten . o'clock in the forenoon of Monday, "the first day of August, 1887, as by law and the statutes in ' such case made and provided, to satisfy the •amount which shall . then -be. due on said ■ mortgage debt, together with said attorney's fees ami the costs and expense of this fore- ■ closure proceeding. The NoitTii Star Building Society of St. Paul, Minnesota, Mortgagee. Charles N. Bell, Room 51, Gilfillan block, St. Paul, Minn., Attorney for said Mort gagee. • ■"■■■'.. ..-'. Dated June 8, 1887. 7t-fri-june 17 STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNT'S* OF Ramsey— ss. In Probate Court, Special Term. July 21, 1387. In the matter of the estate of William E. Doggett, deceased. : Whereas, An instrument in writing, pur porting to be an authenticated copy of the ast will and testament of William E. Dog- gett, deceased, and of the probate thereof, in the county of Cook, state of Illinois, has been delivered to this Court; And Whereas, Andrew S. Davis has filed therewith his petition, representing among other things that said William E. Doggett, died at Chicago^ in the county of Cook, state of Illinois, on or about the 3d day of April, 1876, testate, and that Kate N. Doggett, the person named in said instrument fts execu trix thereof, is dead, and that said petitioner is interested in certain real estate upon which said will may operate, and praying that the said instrument may be admitted to probate, and that letters of administration, with the will annexed, be to him issued thereon. It is ordered, that the proofs of said instru ment, and the said petition, be heard before this Court, at the Probate office in said county, on Tuesday, the Kith day of August, A. D. ISB7, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, when all concerned may appear and contest the probate of said instrument And it is further ordered,, that public no- tice of the time and place of said healing be given to all persons interested, by publica tion of these orders for three weeks success- ively, previous 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 Probate. Attest: Frank Robert. Jr.. Clerk. .-.r- ■•■■'■ \y- -ju\y2-2-4w-trl- .-■•• ■■ ■'■■■~~i'.; : OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF- O Ramsev. ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, July"7. 1837. In the matter of the estate of George. A. Cron- krite. deceased: -."■..'.' On reading and filing the petition of George 1 N. Warren, administrator of the estate of . George A. Cronkrite. deceased, representing among other things that he has fully adminis :- tered said estate, and praying that 8 time, and , place be fixed for examining and allowing his final account of administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to heirs. . It is ordered that said account be exam- ined and petition heard by the judge of this court on Thursday, the 4th day of August, A. I). 1887. at 10 o'clock a.m., at the probate office in St. Paul, in said county. ■And it is further ordered that notice there- of be given to all persons interested, by pub- lishing a copy of this order for three succes- . sive 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. ».] E. S. GORMAN. Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert; Jr., Clerk. . iulys-4w-fri . STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF . Ramsev— ss. In Probate Court, Special Term. July 7. 1837, I In the matter of the estate of John M. Even- son, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Ma- . tilda Nelson, of said county, representing, I among other things, that S. V. Hiinft, the ad : ministrator heretofore appointed in said mat . ter, is dead, and said estate remains .mad . ministered, and that the said petitioner is the i widow of said John M. Evenson, deceased. ■ and praying that administration de bonis non . of said estate be to Louis M. Hastings granted ; - It is ordered, that said petition be heard be- . i fore the Judge of this Court, on Tuesday, the I 2.1 day of August, A. D. 1887. at ten o'clock ! a. nt. at the Probate Court in St. Paul, in said county. Ordered further, (lint 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 hearing, in the St Paul Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in said county. By the Court. [____. 1 E. S. GORMAN. Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert, Jr.. Clerk. July 3-4 w-fri TVTOTICE TO CREDITORS— STATE OF Al Minnesota, County of Ramsey, ss. In Probate Court, special terra, July 14, 1897. In the matter of the estate of Nils Juu- 1 grcn. deceased. ' Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate of the County of Ramsey will, upon the third Monday of the month ofJanniiry, A. ■ I). ISMS, at 10 o'clock a. m., hear, examine and - adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that six. months from and after the date hereof have been al- lowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate-, at the, expira tion of which time all claims not presented or not proven to. its satisfaction shall be for- ever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed.' By the Court ' [l. s.] E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. her Johanna X Juno ben, Executrix. mark. julyls-swfri STATE .OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey, ss. In Probate Court, special term, July 20. 1337. - .- — In the matter of the estate of Thomas J. Barney, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of the St. Paul Trust company, as executor of the estate of Thomas J. Barney, deceased, representing, • among other things, that it has fully admin- istered said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allow- ing its account of administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the '■ persons who are by law entitled to the same or any part thereof. It is ordered, that said account be exam- ined and petition heard by the Judge of this - Court on Wednesday, the 17th dayl of August, A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Probate Office in St. Paul, in said county. A. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested by. publish- *• ing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to- said day of hearing, in the St Paul I>ah.t Globe, a newspaper printed and ' published at St Paul, in said county, and per- sonally upon I all the attorneys who have in ] any wav formally appeared in said matter or ! proceedings in this, court and residing in said •] county. By the Court. ■-..; -■* -.-.---• .-.-_■' " - [1.5.1 - E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. Attest: -Frajw Robert. Jr., Clerk. . .- y '-. y. ; Hakvey Officer, Attorney for Executor. . ' .... July 22-4w-fci . ..---.-.-; AnflOlTlUrcure witout medicine..! rflSl I If t Patented Oct. 15, 1H76. I VUIIII fc-ono-toon will eiire the i most ob_rtjna«e'Caße in days or less. ; £ Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. ■;, No nauseous doses of cubebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that are certain to produce | I dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Price, $1.50. Sold by ad druggists [ j Or mailed on receipt of price. For further particulars send for circulars. Jjßox ' — I". C. ALLAN CO*. X- ..' C UtlLt • «Toba street. New*** *"»"*» » GIVE YOUR CHILD 11 START .'.""'■', ' TKT T T U I U ' •""■"■'■ •■• ?'-w ... XJEM ' » i -h Jz-i. 1 Valuable St. Pajili^ot A Valuable St. Paul Lot FDC"ET FREE TO SOME LUCKY BABY! TO SOME BABY! Competition Open to the World, from the White House to the Humblest Home. NO BAR ON ACCOUNT OF RACE, SEX, OR PREVIOUS CONDITION. Don't Neglect to take a Chance and Get a Fortune for Your Baby. With the object of giving some one of the great mass of struggling humanity a start in life the Globe has determined to originate and carry out a plan, which it is pleased to designate "The Babies' Benefit."l The general public, it is hoped, will give it a cordial support when they come to realize its merit. The Globe has purchased a lot in the center of the present limits of St. Paul— one of the most eligible spots in the city, and property there is bound to become very valua ble in after years. There is nothing rash or improbable in the assertion that the lot will easily bring $10,000 before a baby at tin* present time becomes of age. A great many of the wealthy people of St. Paul to-day gained riches in this way - holding on to property owned by their parents when they were babies or children. It is proposed to give this lot. free of any incumbrance, to some baby who is for tunate enough to hold the lucky number. The deed will be made to the parents. who will be required to hold the lot in trust for the child until it becomes of age. Then the rightful owner can do with it as he or she pleases. By that time it will be a valuable start in life for its possessor.. There is no charge for tickets. The] are Free to All — who have babies born between January 1, 1887,. and August 1 1887. The parents have simply to comply with the requirements laid down, an. their baby has as good a chance as anybody's. The parents have only to clip onl and fill the following blank, enclose it in an envelope, and send it to "The Globe SI. Paul, Minn.,— Babies' Benefit." --_____--_---____________lI^SSS-^^S-______--_-______-^^ ... 1887 No. 1887 TO THE GLOBES' BABY BENEFIT— Born to Mr. and Mrs. -."--■ af ..... on_ /00/. at on 1887. v (boy or girl), Parents. I Attest: Postmaster, h Attending Physician. J Don't fill in tlie Number. „ Don't fill in the Number. ■ ■ uj r»mi—m|||| HI || | || mi HI 111 I■! man I I 111 II I MllH 111 These tickets will be numbered as fast as they are received, and cheeks with corresponding numbers sent to the parents. On August 15, 1887. the drawing will take place, supervised by a committee of responsible and well-known citizens, aud every baby will have a fair and equal chance. The signature of the attending physician or the postmaster must be attached to the ticket, or no notice will be taken of it. This is necessary to prevent imposition by designing or would-be funny people. Every baby now has a chance to get a good start in life— it is born 'on or after January 1, 1897, and before or on August 1, 1887. Have a Reserved Seat Check, Babies. It is Your Benefit and Don't Cost You a Gent, The result of the Drawing will be published in the Globe of August 15, 1887. .... ... - -.-..: . - ' : ' --;•-....--.--■ . Proposals lor Steam Heating, -. y _>■• . County Auditor's Office, ) I ' ■.' ". St. Paul, Minn., June 27. 1887. ( .;, Sealed proposals will be. received at the office of the County Auditor, until Aug. 1, ; 1887, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the ST^MHEATOG of the Ramsey County Court House and City HalL No bid' will be entertained or consid ered unless accompanied by the bond of the . bidder Or bidders, with sureties residing in Minnesota, satisfactory to the commissioners. in the penal • sum of one thousand dollars, tor in lieu of such bond the bid may be ac companied by a check for tlie sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the order of Robert A. Smith,) conditioned, that if the bid shall be accept*! and the contract awarded to die bidder or bidders, he or they will enter into such contract. The drawings, specifica tions, and any- additional information, may be obtained by applying to E. P. Bassford, architect,', room 28, Gilhllau block. City of St. Paul. The right to reject any bid is reserved. By order of ■ the City nail and Court Rouse Special Commission. -.--.. M. F. KAIN, - . . . a < .■•••-•• County Auditor. 180-213 Secretary of Special Commission. Proposals for Soft 'Wood and. Lignite Coal at Fort Buford, I>. T. ..-'.'. iIfiAnQUARTERS Department of Dakota,' .Office Chief Quartermaster. - ". St. Paul. Minn., July 26, 1387. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, sub ject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office, until 12 o'clock- noon on the 2(ith day of August^ 1887, at which tims and place they will be opened in the presence of bidders for furnishing and delivering during: tlie fiscal year ending June 30, 1888, at Fort Buford. D.'T.;" :"..-. ;;■-.•' Vee'e' . Cords of Soft Wood. 2.500 Tons of Lignite Coal. 3,500 Tons of TJgnite Coal. Proposals and provisions of instructions from this office.unaer advertisement of March 20. will govern. Preference will be given to articles of do mestic production- and manufacture, condi tions of price and quality being equal, and such preference will be given to articles of American production and manufacture pro- duced on the Pacific coast to the extent of the consumption required by the public serv ice there. ■••■•'•: - Government reserves the right to re ject any or all proposals. . Blanks and full instructions as to bidding, etc.. may be had on application to this office, or to the" Quartermaster at Fort Buford, D. T. A JAMES M. MOORE, Deputy Quartermaster General U. S. A., . - Chief Quartermaster. 208-21 lAaug24-25 . . Proposals for Joiner Work. County Auditor's Office, p St. Paul, Minn., July 12, 1887. j" RpflToiT iirr-iin____ln wilt Ka MMtau. atrthia office of the County Auditor until Aug. 1, 1887, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the entire JOINER WORK (■including all carpenter work, painting and glazing), for the Court House and City Hall, including all the work and material required for all such joiner work, etc.. and to construct and fully complete and finish the same. No bid will he entertained or considered unless accompanied by the bond of the bidder or bidders, with sureties residing in Minne sota, satisfactory to the commissioners in the penal sum of four thousand dollars (or in lieu of such bond the bid may be accompanied by a check for the sum of four thousand dollars, payable to.' the order of Robert A. Smith), conditioned, thai if the bid shall be accepted and the contract awarded to the bidder or bidders, he or they will enter into such con tract The drawings, specifications, and any additional information, may be obtained by applying to E. P. Bassfoid, architect, Koom 28, Gilfillan block, City of St. Paul. The right to reject any bid is reserved. By order of the City Hall and Court House Special Commis sion. ■;■"• .. M. F. KAIN, " \. . County Auditor, 194-212 Secretary of Special Commission. Propositi:* - ' For '. ul>si.s ante y- ■•-_ Stores. Headquarters. Department op Dakota, 1 , "Office Chief Commissart of Subsist- V I ence, St. Paul, Minn., June 28, 18S7. ) ; Sealed proposals, in *; triplicate, subject to ! the usual conditions, will be received at the oflice of the Purchasing and Depot Com missary of - Subsistance " at St • Paul, Minn., ' until 12 o'clock m. on Friday, July 29, 1887. it which" time and place they will be opened In presence of bidders," for furnishing the Subsistence Department, IT. S. Army,, deliv ered free on board of cars at St Paul or Min neapolis, as may be required, after , five days' notice. .-. y .'-."" 7 -'•--.'. ' y .... ■,'-. 37,000 pounds of Soap. ."'v--. ■ .. ; 3,500 pounds of Yeast Powder. ' ...The right to diminish, the quantities to be purchased is reserved to the government and with the Consent of the 'bidders to whom: the awards are made, they may be increased. ",: . As3\e successful bidders, will be required to i snter into formal written Contract within, ten ■ (101 days after notification of award, and furnish bond to " the amount of. one-third of the value of the articles contracted for. The Government reserves the right to re ject any or all proposals.l . > ...■••'••• . Envelopes contaniug . proposal should be marked ''Proposals for — ; — - (name of arti cle.) 'cr- ".'- -,_-.•-._._-_< .--■■ C. B. Penrose, • Capt. C. S-., V. S. A., Chief C. S. y179-182&jul. 28-29 7 Proposals for Si .-am Heating and "Water Supply. Watr-r Su p pi v. Sealed proposals will be . received at the office of the Board of Trustees in Jamestown, . Dak., until 12 o'clock m.. Aug. 2T.-ISB7, for ! putting in Steam Heating and Water ' Supply for the North Dakota Hospital tor Insane. . !■ Drawings and specifications can be seen at the office of the Board of Trustees, James- town, D. T.. or at the oflice of Willett & Pashley, architects, 107 Dearborn street, Chi cago, I'll., on and after July 27. 1387. No proposal will be considered unless ac- companied by a certified check for $1,500, a guarantee that the party will enter' into a contract with the Board of Trustees and give a good and sufficient bond in- the sum of 58,000, with two or more approved sureties, conditioned that said work will be done ac- cordion to the nlans and soecifications. to be completed in a reasonable time, to be agreed upon at time of awarding contract. The right to reject any or all bids is re served. By order of the Board of Trustees. --.--•.. '■•■ F. E. JONES, Secretary. 2(___23B . : NOTICE TO BUILDERS. Office of Boako of Education, ) St. Pace, Minn, July 26, 1887. i Sealed proposals will be received by the committee on real estate of the Board of Education until Monday, the Ist day of August 1887, at 5 o'clock p. m., for the construction of THREE <'■'') BOILER HOUSES,' one each on the grounds of the J<J^.r son, Madison and Lincoln school build ings, according to plans and specifica tions on file and to be seen at this office. Each bid must be accompanied by a bond on the part of the bidder, with two (2) good and sufficient sureties in a sum amounting to at least twenty-five .25) per centum of the contract price of the material proposed. to be furnished and of the work proposed" to be done in said bill, and conditioned that in ease such bid is accepted by the above named committee, the bidder will enter into a contract with the Hoard of Education to furnish . all material and perform all work in accordance with the require ments of the plans and specifications, anil for the price stated in his said bid. A check hi a like amount, properly certified and made payable to the ordet of the Board of Education of the city of St. Paul, will be received in lieu of the bond above specified if so preferred by the bidder. :Z ;Z- • •■--'" The right to reject any or all bids is reserved by the above named commit tee. iy-y-y... _ . .. .. ... Correct form of blanks used for above required Donds can Be seen at the onite of the corporation attorney. ;; All bills must be plainly marked on exterior of sealed envelope "proposal for boiler house to school or schools," indorsed with the firm name and address of the bidder, : and ad- dressed, mailed or handed to the under- signed at Ms oflice in the high school building, where he will receive them during the usual business hours until the final hour of tlie day above stated for their reception. . By direction of the committee on real estate of and for, the Board of Educa tion. Otto Dreiier. Secretary. Burlington f Heights ! HIGHWOOD STATION. The Union Land Company of St. Paul, has platted a portion of its property at Burlington Heights, on. the fines of the Chicago, Burlington & Northern and Chicago, Milwaukee / & St. : Paul , rail- roads, and now offers for sale lots oi blocks at low prices and on moderate terms. Liberal rebates will be made to those who will build immediately; and arrangements will be made with, those who desire to build on' the installment plan. These, sites are high, well woQdt*d and afford beautiful views of the Missis sippi river and "city. ,; Suburban trains are now making six trips daily, each* way, from union -depot- fco-Kighwood station; fare 6 cents.-' Apply to -v .-.•;-. UNION LAND COMPANY •XZ"a;X^A,_ ':'. OF ST. PAUL. ... AzCXIZy Eoom No. 7, NafeGer.-Am. Bank Bid. Patent Laws— Jas. F. Williamson, | Boom, • 15, Collom Block, : Minneapolis. Solicitor of Patents, Counsellor, in Pat- ent cases. ■ Two years au Examiner in *« H. Patent Office, V.,V-