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SITUATIONS OFFERED. " ~ Male. ZZZZI AOENTS— V, will give a solid gold watch to the agent that sells the largest num ber of our new book. Eartn. Sea and Sky. by January 1. Liberal commissions at which $150 per month can easily lie made. For full information call on or address Empyreal Publishing house. 24 Bast Fourth st".. St. Paul. Minn. 303-332 AGENTS— Wanted, practical life insur ance agents to represent the best co operative company in existence; absolutely safe: active agents are making $.-> and up wards per day. Address at once. T 21, Globe. _ 316-318 A GOOD oyster slew 15 cents; a meal tor 10 cents: ham and eggs with potatoes 10 cents; coffee with bread and butter, 5 cents. New York Restaurant. 442 Jackson st; 31Q-316 ALL men out of employment go to the Bee Hive Enterprise, 57 East Seventh st. 316 ALL KINDS of good paying positions now vacant at Bee Hive Enterprise. 57 East Fifth st. 316 ANY person can find work at the Bee Hive Enterprise. 57 East Fifth st. 316 A RE YOU WOKING? Go to the Bee Hive _». Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st. 316 BKirKEAYKKwantbd. 626 East Seventh st. Otto Betnfrey. 310 RICKLAYKR— Wanted, a man to build a chimney at No. 20 East Sixth street. Call immediately. 7 BARKER— Good workman -.steady job to first-class man: wages $16 per week: no Sunday work. Address at once, J. F. Tavior, Fargo, Dak. 311-318 ARRKRs— Two barbers wanted for Sat urday. 402 East Seventh. 7 ARKER— Wanted, a barber at 441 West Seventh st. ; steady work for a first-class man. * 7 UAKBKK wanted at 446 Jackson st. 6 DARKER va led at 310 Bice st. " OOT FITTER Wauled, a boot filter. Scheffer ft Bossum, corner Fourth and Bobert M& 5 Wanted, ■ boy to take care of horse and work about" feed store. 237 Con cord st. 7 BOY — At Bradstreefs Mercantile agency, messenger boy. Bcom 8, First National bank building. " 314-310 BOYS- At once; bright, active boys for messengers at the American District Telegraph company's office, 136 East Fourth st. " 7 BOY— an errand boy: Boom 19. Mannheimer block: reference required "DOY— Cash boy wanted; 33 East Seventh. BUILD-NO— I want a barn built: will pay in choice lot: 1 also want lots tilled. C. L." Coleman, 303 Jackson St.. room 10. 315-317 CARPENTER*— Four first-class carpen ters wanted at once. W. W. Woodruff. Merriam Park. 7 ARI'E-NTKll**. wanted by A. Bassford. corner Thirteenth and Jackson cts. 6 CANVASSERS— Wanted, ten canvassers J at once: salary and commission. Apply Singer office. 27 East Third st. 312-313 CANVASSERS— canvassers, ex perienced men. Call between S and 9 to-day, 354 Sibley st. 316-320 COACII.UAN— Wanted, coachman, Eng lishman preferred, references required. Apply at gas office. 7 MAN— Wanted, man to work on farm or small dairy. Address P. O. Box 27. Benson, Minn. " 7 MEN— men to work at night scav enger work: good wages and steady work. Apply room 72. Court Block. Fourth st. opposite new court house. 6 FFICE HOY, Third and Robert, over drugstore. 6 PAINTER— Wanted, good painter for sig nal tower at West St. Paul. Minnesota & Northwestern railway. Apply to the Union Switch Signal company. 7 PAINTERS— 10 first-class house painters. P. V. Fitzgibbon, 451 Jackson st. 0 SHOEMAKER wanted at 191 West *_» Seventh st. 7 SALESMEN — Wanted, five travelingsales men; salary and expenses: no experience necessary. Address with stamp, Palmer _ Co., La Crosse. Wis. 315-334 OTKAMFITTKR— Wanted, by a voting O man, to apprentice himself to "learn steam fitting ano radiator stacking. Apply Henry Jams, 761 Elk st. 314-316 nrUNNER warned. 210 West Third st. EEEtiRAI'II OPERATORS AND STENOGRAPHERS -Register for positions with Anna C. Brew, Hale Block. St. Paul. 203* nno LOAN— §20, jfso, $150 to loan on fur- A niture. pianos, etc; property left in your possession. St. Paul Loan Co., 339*: i* Jack eon st.. Rooms 1 and 2. 185* WATCH-MAKER— Wanted, at once, watchmaker and engraver. Apply to or address W. 11. Breen. 394 Wabasha stl 312-317 WANTED Agents to handle the new chemical ink erasing pencil; greatest novelty ever produced; erases ink in two sec onds, no abrasion of paper: 200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's sale-- amounted to $620 in six days, another s32 to two hours; territory absolutely free; salary to good men; no ladies need answer: sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars address the manu facturers," J. XV. skinner & Co.. Onalaska. Wis. 314-320 fZ(\ TEAMSTERS and scraperholders *JXJ wanted for La 3alle, 111. : ship to-night: free fare. Moore. 283 Sibley st., & Paul, or 27 Nicollet ay., Minneapolis. :JJ3-317 •J PAfi TRACKLAYERS wanted for XO\J Streater, 111. : $1.75 and $2 per day: ship Thursday, Sunday and Monday. Moore. 233 Siblev St., St. Paul, or 27 Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis. ' 313-317 DIE WORKS. D* L. JAMIESON & CO.'S Steam Dye • Works— Gents' clothing a specialty 412 Wabasha st. vnd 14 West Sixth, St. Paul *..-=. 134* tSITI'ATIOiyS OFFERED. female. ALL KINDS of positions now vacant: call at once. Bee Hive Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st. " 310 PPRENTICE— an apprentice girl to learn dressmaking. Apply at 593 Marshall ay. 315-319 "OMPANION— take girl from six'to ' twelve years old as companion for daughter; references required. Address H, Globe. 316-318 CLERK— a girl for clerk in store; state age and experience. Address SL, Globe. ' ■ 5 COOK— First-class cook can get position. Call at 327 Wabasha st. 7 COMPANION— Will board a girl from six to twelve years of age, as companion formv daughter; references exchanged. Ad dj^ss'Mrs. 11., Globe. 310-318 DKESSMAKKK-Wanted,dressmaker and girl for general housework, 579 Holly ay. 6 GIKL — Wanted, good girl for second work. 380 North Exchange st. 7 GIRLS— girls to learn dressmak ing at the **>ew York dressmaking es tablishment. Barton, corner Western ay. * 316-322 GIRL about fourteen to work for her board and attend school. 335 East Seventh st.. Boom No. 5, third floor. 5 GIRL — Wanted,, a good -strong girl for boarding house. Call for the proprie tor at 491 Wabasha St. 5 IRL-A good kitchen girl at 483 Wab asha st. 5 GIRL wauted. Hong Wall laundry. 351 Wabasha st, to wash and iron. 315-316 GIRL— Wanted.girl for general housework. 152 Farrington ay. : C GIRL— A good girl for general housework. Api at 580 Temperance st, 0 GIRL— A good girl for general housework: must be strong and willing to work. Apply at I*7 West Seventh st. GIRL— an errand girl at Mrs. E. Thompson's, 38 East Third, over C. A. Dibble's store. 7 I GIRL wanted at 20 Chicago ay.. West St. Paul. 7 HOUSEWORK— Servant tor general housework: family of two. 57 Tilton st. 7 HOUSEWORK— competent girl for gen eral housework; good wages; three in family. 241 East Fourteenth st. 7 HOUSEWORK— young girl tor light housework: one that can sleep at home preferred. Mrs. Theodore Borup, Beck man block. West Sixth and Franklin sts. 5 OI'SEWOKK— A girl lo do general housework in small family: everything convenient. Ask for Mrs. Parsons, 57 Col lege ay. " 6 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework at 71 Dale St.; German or Norwegian preferred. 0 HOUSEWORK— girl for general housework. Call in the morning or after 4 o'clock at 502 St. Peter st. Mrs. M . D. Miller. . 315-317 HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen eral housework. Apply afternoon or evening, 13 Aurora ay., near head of Robert st. 0 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl tor gen eral housework; colored girl preferred. 607 Jackson st. 7 HOUSEWORK— Good girl wanted in fam ily of three to do cooking, washing and ironing; must be well recommended Achilles. 165 East Seventh st. 316 HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen eral housework. 271 Grove st. 5 OISLWOKK— a girl for gen eral housework. 65 Summit 5 OI'SEWOKK— A girl tor general house work. Call at 403 Iglehart st. 7 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. Inquire at 232 ML Airy st, 295* . OUSKKEEPINtJ— GirI wauled for light housekeeping. No. 213 East Thirteenth st. 5 KITCHEN iilRI A well experienced kitchen girl, good wages. Call at 335 Washington st. ""--■ 7 AUNDRV GIRLS— Good polishers: .call immediately. Bee Hive Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st. 316 TV" UKSE wanted at 230 Thirteenth st. 6 ECOND GlKL— Wanted, a girl for second work. Call at 459 East Eighth st. 6 gigraEgg •_____■€*-_-. A LIST OF BARGAINS well worth look ing after: One lodging house on best street in city; 3 furnished boarding houses; 2 flats with'fine furnished rooms: 2 grocery stores; 3 saloons: 2 cigar stores; 1 boarding house, with saloon, doing a good trying business; 1 boarding house in center of city for $425, $159 cash balance in monthly pay ments; 1 livery stable. McKcnnev, Falde -('air. 11 West* Fourth st. * 316 AT TALL* CO.'S— Full assoitment of business chances, consisting of hotels, private hoarding houses, restaurants, black smith outfit, furnished or unfurnished houses and flats to sell, rent or exchange; stocks of groceries, dry goods, boots and shoes, cigars and confectionery sold or exchanged; some leases that are snaps; now hold your breath : A lodging house that clears $6 to $9 a day over rent and all expenses: new stock of groceries, 75 cents on the $1 : one-half in terest in saloon that will win under high license: we sell in an hour, what you do not need or buy what you do need : we have an endless list": come in and look it over: gen tleman's driving team to exchange for prop erty, city and outside property to sell or ex change: furnished rooms, single or en suite; investigate our Arcade st. investment, we can surprise you on this; milk route; look this up. Tall _ Co.. 421 Bobert st., opposite Kyan hotel. 316 AIRY BUSINESS— For sale, dairy busi ness: a fine line of custom, seventeen selected cows, wagon, cans, etc.: terms easy; part cash and balance on time, or will ex change tor part real estate. Address A 29, Globe. 31031S FOX SALE— A well established general merchandise business in a lively frontier town in Minnesota: will sell stock at liberal '■ discount. Address Auerbach, Finch & Van j Slyck. St. Paul. Minn. 315-319 FIRST-CLASS business chance to a relia ble business man of office experience to ! lake charge of the financial department of an ! old established manufacturing business; : goods are sold far ahead of our producing capacity at a good business profit: capital re- ; quired about $10,000, which will be amply secured. Full particulars obtained by apply ing to J. J. Corcoran, manager of IS . G. Dun & Co. 315-317 GROCERY — A first-class paying grocery in St. Paul: good reasons" for selling. Inquire of F. W. Gibbons, with P. 11. Kelly Mercantile Co. 311-316 PARTNER— Wanted, man with $330 cash ■JL or first class security for that amount. ! to take one-half interest in real estate and | loan office in city of 30.000; you can clear ; $1,200 to $2,000 a year: no experience ! necessary. Address Lock Box 437, La Crosse. Wis. 315-321 PARTNER— partner in manufac turing concern: goods staple: business | good: $20,000 to $25,000 needed: full in vestigation invited. Address M 36, Globe. 313-319 PLUMBER OR BARBER-Young man wishes situation to learn the plumber or ! barbers trade; wages no object. Address. O. 20. Globe. . 4 STEAM LAUNDRY— For sale, ***2,500, steam laundry; first-class machines, ; horse and wagon, everything in good order. | This is Ihe only steam laundry in West St. j Paul. Call 20 Fil'mnre ay.. corner Dakota, West St. Paul. sons for sale. 315-317 TOOK OF GROCERIES for sale, with good will, of paying business: fine loca- I tion. Address 1) 9, Globe. 312-317 \ ANTED— A good party with from VV $2,000 to $5,000 to take active or silent interest in a loaning business that will pay 50 percent. Address V 50. Globe. 316-318 ANTED— wiTh $300: this won't wait. Address II 50, Globe. 310 YOUNG man. with business experience and $2,000 0r $:*.OOO to invest, invites cor respondence with view to partnership in established business: any ccrrespondence confidential. Address S 51. Globe. 316 317 <J*J"I r"^ TO S.2IM to loan on lurniture. mv **»"_._' sical instruments, vehicles or live stock; cash advanced on goods in storage. St. Paul Loan Co., 30S*£ Jackson sL. Booms 1 and 2. 185* lASTKUCTIO.f. GAB-NET MAKERS AND t'AßPEN —lnstruction given in detailing, drawing, sketching, all in practical manner, at .'l2l Summit place. Thursday and Friday evenings from 8 to 10 o'clock. Terms monthly, moderate, advance. H. Zeitner. * 312-318 N'UKsiNti — ladies to learn nursing: di i"l ploma and big salary guaranteed: terms I moderate. Apply Nurse's Training school. -i.O Nicollet •« Minneapolis, Prof. Lonsdale. 315-317 SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, Type-wm 'ngand Telegraphy— First-class* and ex- I elusive; names of graduates now holding po- | EiUonslsenl on application: systems taught, Eclectic, Pitman and Graham* : lessons day and evening or by mail; send for circulars. : Anna C. Drew, Hale block, corner Jackson and Third sts.. St. Paul. ■ 332* j BOABD WAITED. BOARD — Board and room by single gentle man within ten minutes 1 walk of ele i valor "B." Address Wheal, Globe. 315-316 I THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, ISSL—TWELVEi .PAGES. —■- ' ' m ' .... ... SITUAT-OSS waited. Male. ...*'' AKTKNDKK— Situation wanted by a young man. . Address 514 St. Peter st. , 5 , BOOK Situation by young man willing to do anything; has fair knowl edge of bookkeeping, also seven years" expe rience In grocery store; reference given. Ad dress F, Globe . 5 BOOKKEEPER— Position as bookkeeper by experienced man; city references. M 47, Globe. 5 BOY of seventeen will work for his board for the winter. Junes O'Brien, Gen eral delivery. P. P.. St. Paul. 7 COt iK— A good meat cook; can do flrst class work in hotel or restanrant: can do short -order work; would like a place. Ad dress II 52, Globe. 313-317 COOK— by a hotel cook. situation in good house. Address, XYZ, box 72, Watertowu, Dak. 310-320 COLLECTOR— A responsible young man <* would like a position as collector for some wholesale firm. Address R 48, Globe. 0 COACHMAN— A single young man of ex ' perience, with A No. 1 city reference, desires situation as coachman. Address E 3:*. Globe. ______ 6 COACHMAN and wife want work in pri- v ate family. Woman good cook. Ad dress 40, ("lobe. 4 COPYIST— Situation wanted by a young man in an office as copyist. Call "or ad dress A. E. Pratt, corner Eighth and Minne sota sts. 6 CLERK — A Scandinavian with some ex perience would like a situation in gro cery store. Address SB. 222 Nash st. 5 CILERK German wants situation in gro- J eery for small wages. Address A, 463 North Fort st. 6 EMPLOYMENT wanted -by a young man well posted in bookkeeping and ac counts : speaks English, German and French ; good references. Address B B 13, Globe. 315317 ' EMPLOYMENT— A gentleman of first class education, thirty years of age, single, asks employment in office or store: he thoroughly understands bookkeeping and corresponds also in German and French. Address L 49. Globe. 310-317 EMPLOYMENT— A young man would like a situation in a wholesale house. II __ 195 Fifteenth st. 5 EMPLOYMENT— like to work in real estate office as an outside man; good reference given. XV FS. Globe. 7 MPLOYMENT— WauIed, a position in retail grocery ; four years' experience; first-class references; can keep books. Ad dress X 19, Globe. . . 310317 EMPLOYMENT— German family.no chil dren, wants position; man knows how to take care of horses : wife, washing and gen eral housework. Address F. 9, Globe, 5 EMPLOYMENT— Position of any kind by a hustler, in office, store, wholesale house or as collector: willing worker, will give security and good reference. S. F. Globe ENGINEER— Situation wanted by Swede - engineer, to run stationary engine or steam boiler: stale license and stranger in the city. Address F. Z.. 879 Arcade st. 7 FOREMAN— Position .as foreman; have had several years* experience: no ob jection to leaving city. Address F 10, Globe. HAULING— I have a No. 1 team; will haul wood or coal until the first day of April for 52.50 per day. Address JB, Globe. 316317 - HOSTLER. &C— Situation, as hostler, coachman or bartender, by a reliable party. Address A I) S. Globe. 7 FFICE WORK— Collecting wanted by a young man with best of references: un derstands double-entry bookkeeping. B. A. ('., ('lobe. ' 3 OFFICE WORK— man wants a position in a real estate office to do office work and learn the business: can give references as to honesty. Address XV, corner Eighth and Minnesota sts. 6 PRINTER— A practical printer, with edi torial experience, would like situation as foreman of good country office. Address .1 S M. 400 Kobert st-, St. Paul, Minn. 7 POSITION— Wanted, a position by a young man; has had ex perienee in bookkeeping and shipping; good reference. Address N. E. I).. 150 East Sixth st. 7 SALESMAN— wanted by an ex perienced clothing salesman: speaks Scandinavian and can give first-class city references. Address T. G., Globe. .*> SALESMAN— Situation wanted by an ex perienced dry goods salesman; best ref erences given. Address D 33. Globe. 310-318 STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, position as stenographer and typewriter by a young man. Address N 42, Globe. 0 TENOGRAPHER— class steno •—' grapher and type writer wants position: five years' experience. Address X 8, Globe. 7 TEAMSTER— A young man would like a job as teamster; well acquainted with the city. G. D.. 195 Fifteenth st. 5 TV ATCHMAKER— Young man wants *V situation as watchmaker in city or country; eight years' experience. Address I) 47, Globe. 310-316 ITTOKK — Energetic young man, age eigh- VV teen, desires a permanent position in some branch of business where faithful work is appreciated. () 22. Globe. 5 Female. OMPANION— by a voting *ady a place where she could be a companion for her home. O. _ L, Globe. 5 CIOOK Competent cook wants situation in ' a private family; good references. Ap ply 328 Prairie st " 6 COOK— Position wanted byan experienced lady as cook: 525 per month; in hotel, or restaurant. P 49, Globe. 7 CLKRK— young lady would like a situa tion in a confectionery store. Address or call 300 North Fort st. 5 RESSMAKER— WouId like sewing in families by the day : cutting and fitting a specialty. Address C. H.. Globe. 5 DRESSMAKER wants to do sewing in families. Address 45 Exchange st., city. 5 MPLO\MKNT— A young lady wishes employment at a private family on St. Anthony hill: speaks German and English: can give good references. JB. Globe. 0 H OI'SEWOKK— Situation wanted to help in general housswork or to take care of children. Address 11. 11.. Globe. 5 OI'SE WORK— Situation wanted by German girl to do general housework in small family. Address M 44, Globe. 0 HOI SKWORK— A place in small family by a lady to work where she can take a small boy with her. Address 323 Minnehaha st. 5 H OI'SEWOKK— girl wants a place to work in small family. Call or address to John Buchncr, 13!) Dakota ay. 5 MAID— Wanted, a place as lady's maid by a young lady of experience. Address Margaret. 448 Jackson st. 0 NIiRSE— Young woman with child eight 1* months old, wishes a situation: can act as wet nurse or in any other capacity. Ad dress N 7, Globe. 310-317 SECOND WORK— Wanted situatiou to do second work. ■ 27. Globe. 5 SERVANT— Situation as general servant in O a family of two or three; no washing; private house. Address I) 2, Globe. 7 HORTHAND— A lady haviug had ex perience in shorthand, typewriting and general office work, desires a position; best of references furnished. Address J, 483 Cedar st. 6 YPK WRITING— A young lady wishes to do copying, typewriting or bookkeep ing immediately: best of references and con siderable experience. F 49. Globe. 314-319 ~~ KOAI-l>I*\«; ____________■ BOARD— One large and one small nicely furnished room: furnace heat; gas, bath, etc. : first-class table board; central lo cation ; terms moderate. 340 West Third st. 313-319 BOARD— First-class board and nicely fur nished rooms and all modern cohren iences at 342 East Eighth st. 316-318 BOARD— First class room and board can be had at 451 St. Peter st. 315-317 BOARD— weekly board in Uie city tor $3.25 at 442 Wabasha st.; furnished rooms with board. 311-317 BOARDING— First-class, at 57 East Fifth, §4: day boarders. $3.25. 308-341 EDAR ST., 6Ooij— nicely furnished rooms; board for five persons. . 316-317 CHICAGO A Y.. 26 EAST— Best rooms and board in the city. :;i0 XCHANGE ST.. 232, «ot TH— Nicely furnished room with board: steam heat: use of bath. 316-317 ENTH ST.. 193, KAST— rent, front • alcove and other newly furnished rooms with board; furnace heat, bath, gas; excel lent board also. 316-317 I IVA*-T*El> TO BEST. HOCSE Wanted— A pleasantly located house, with modern conveniences, for j first-class tenant. Address C. 8., Globe. | 314-316 - HOCSE— Wanted to rent, furnished house. Apply to gas office. E. I. Frost. 310 ROOM— Ai*j"*infurnished room wanted by k a young married couple; upper town • preferred. Address W C '.'•. Globe. 7 ' ROOMS— Wauted. about Jan. 1. by gentle man and trite, two furnished rooms or large alcove; modern conveniences, in pri vate family: upper town or St. Anthony hill , preferred; state price. - Address I 23, G10be. t 316317 -;■;-■*■.■-■■. FOR REST. , "•' -- House-. ■ CiOTTAGE for Rent— Six-room cottage; ' city water and closet; No. 64 Park Place. Inquire M. D. Miller A Co., 28 East Fourth . St. . . 316-317 HOUSE— per month, five-room house near end of cable line. - W. F. Morit*/ Mortgage Loans. 110 East Fourth. gj :■ Sb3lg* HOUSE— rent, dwelling house' witftl . nine rooms and cellar, with stable, on Summit Place, between Carrol and Rondo, sis. Inquire of Mark Costello, corner Mot* ket and Fifth sts. . -30*3-321* HOUSE No. 474 Marshall ay. with seven. rooms. Inquire at 482 same ay: _!__[*} •■ ■- ■ 310-317 , jigg _4 HOUSE — House to rent with barn and; car riage house, lake water and sewerage, twelve rooms and frost-proof cellar. 6-12 Jackson st. 310-316' HOUSES— rent, three elegant!' resi dences, ten and eleven rooms each, in new brick block. Central Park Terrace* ro**-,' fronting on Central Park: location desirable, buildings finished iv first-class shape*, with all modern conveniences. Sherwood Rough, --19 East Third st 311-313, HOUSE — Nine room nouse, No. 169 "Me-, Boal st. Large barn and yard, city water and cistern; inquire, P. Egan, 0.-201 West Seventh st. ■ 31--317 HOUSE— Six-room bouse on Stevens St., West St Paul; $12 per month. Sar gent. Meacham & C 0.,322 Robert st. 313-316 HOUSES— 401 aud 399 Ashland.nearWest crn; new, just complete; two blocks from Cable. 314-317 HOUSE House of seven rooms: good well, cistern, cellar and woodshed ; $16 a month. 584 Rice st 315-316 HOUSE— rent, house of eight rooms, also barn, at 20 Tilton st. Inquire on premises. 315-318 HOUSE New house of seven rooms, cen trally located in good neighborhood. $22.50 per month. T 39. Globe. - 316-317 HOUSES for rent Call at 333 Banfil st. . 316-317 RAMSEY ST.. 352— For rent, a house of six rooms. 315-318 Rooms. ROADWAY, 563— Up stairs, to rent, two furnished rooms. 315-317 BROADWAY, 533— rent, nicely fur nisllted rooms; use of bath. 816 ROADWAY, 52**— Two nicely furnished front rooms; fine location; bath. etc.. in house; board if desired. .;• 316-317 ROAD WAT, 672. — Double furnished front room for rent cheap, with heat. 316 ANAOA ST., 565— Newly furnished rooms, with use of heat and bath. 312-317 ■ DAKOTA A Y., 179, HOKMAN BLOCK —Two nice front rooms, furnished. ■•'■','■ 316319 VINSON BLOCK— A few pleasant XJ unfurnished rooms; steam heat: suita ble for sleeping apartments; rent $5 per month. Apply 340 Cedar st. 310-317 LEVENTH ST.. 51 EAST— rent. nicely furnished alcove and single rooms, first-class accommodations for gentlemen only. ■_ 312-318 EXCHANGE ST., 366. NORTH— somely furnished room on second floor for one or two gentlemen; also one single room use of bath. " • 314 316 XCHANGE ST., 380, NORTH—Fur nished rooms; en suite and single; all , modern improvements. . 316 IGIITII ST., 459 EAST— First-class rooms: all modern improvements; with board ; also few table boarders. 314-317 Firm ST., 39, WEST— Two pleasant furnished rooms, en suite; with or with out board; opposite Windsor hotel 313-317 FI F rnT~ST.. 140, WEST— For rant, nicely furnished front room for one ojr-Rwo gentlemen ; references required. 3fT>-_I7 I^OURTH ST , 130, WEST, near Wash ington — rooms, pantry, cellar and woodshed: $12; good yard. " 316-317 — F OURTH ST.. 51, WEST— For rent, one large furnished room, with or without board. 315-317 : IJVR.VNKLIN ST., 378— Nicely furnished — - single room all modern conveniences; new brick house, only two squares from Windsor hotel. 316 FRAN LI ST., 376— Nice, large, front alcove room, well furnished, modern conveniences; two blocks from Windsor hotel; also single room. • -314-317- I^LAT— rent, flat of four rooms, with bath room, pantry and closets." water and gas; suitable for housekeeping; $15. Dr. I.ufkin. 352 Dayton ay.. 3 to 5 p. m. 3*.ti-322 | IGLEHART ST.. Three unfurnished A rooms, private family. - I:.'V« ARKET ST., 37(f— Nicely furnished suitable for a respectable gentleman. i ' 313-318 .- -■■ • MINNESOTA ST., 542— Near Tenth, two elegantly furnished rooms, single or en suite; gas, bath, furnace heat. ' 315-317 ISSISSIFPI ST., 574— A suite of three furnished rooms with board for rent. NINTH ST., 156, WEST— Second flat, a i* pleasant room, newly furnished, for single gentleman or gentleman and wife; private family. 315-318 LEASANT A Y., 270— Furnished rooms and board by Dec. 1 ; suitable for ladies or gentlemen. . 312-318 LEASANT A Y., 183— Furnished rooms ■ for rent; convenient to board. 314-318 ROOMS For rent, good steeping rooms, unfurnished; steam heat: warm halls; elevator till 10 p. in.; from $6 to $8.50 per month.. Apply at office, Union block, 51 East Fourth st.. Ja meg H. Davidson. 313-18 ROOM -One large and beautifully fur ■ nislied room on Dayton ay., near street cars, for one or two gentlemen; heat and bath; reference exchanged. C 72. Globe. t ■ ' 315-317 ' ROOMS— For rent three or four furnished or unfurnished rooms for light house keeping, St. Anthony hill. Address D 33. Globe. 315-317 ROOMS— rooms, or will put it all in one room, on Minnesota, near Third. Inquire at Mr. Sigo's barber shop. corner Third st. 316-317 ROOMS— Two furnished rooms, Inquire 157 West Seventh, Room No. 12, third floor. 310-316 ROOMS — For rent, three very warm rooms .in a good neighborhood. Inquire, at 174 Charles st . 316 ROOM— For rent, nicely furnished room for single gentleman "in strictly private family. Address A. S. 49. Globe. . '316-317 ROOMS— furnished front rooms with board. Call as 385 Washington st. 316 Silt LEY ST.. 557— Three unfurnished rooms to rent, suitable for light house keeping; hot and cold water and bath. 313-317 , '.;.,' SIXTH ST., 698, EAST— Four nice rooms to rent: half block from street cars. 316-317 L _ SHERMAN ST., 347— For rent, one large" front room, furnished. - 314-317 SUMMIT AY., 39, corner St. Peter—Fur nished room, with board; moderate terms. 312-319 SUMMIT AY., Rooms, single and en suite, with steam heat; 6 o'clock dinners. EVENTH ST.; 418 EAST— For rent, two ■ furuished rooms for light housekeeping. EVENTH ST., 161 WEST— Rooms im nished and unfurnished, single or en suite. 161 West Seventh st, third -floor, room 5. .... 312 318 SPRUCE ST., 243. head of Wacouta St.— Furnished rooms; modern improve ments; use of bath and gas. 310-316 T. FETER ST., 630— For rent, single or double room. Nicely furnished,' new house, modern improvements. 319-310 ST. FETER ST., 626— Two nicely fur nished small rooms with use of bath. "&' T. PETER ST., 480— Two wai in : firV nished rooms. 316-317 TEMPERANCE ST.. 528— Nicel*) ftftf nished rooms with board if desired.: -or 316-317 -' ~l ILTONST.. 49— 800 m for ren : nice I v urnisned; heat and bath; price reason able for two gentlemen. 316-317 HIRO 5T.342 . WEST.-Opposite Summit Park, furnished front room. Gas, bath and heat 315-316 \T/ ACOUTA ST.. 553— For rent, "nicely * V furnished front room, for one or two gentlemen. 315-316 AHASHA ST., -124— Nicely furnished » » front rooinsen suite or single. 316-317 IT BASH A, 457— For rent, furnished » » rooms for gentlemen. 316-322 Stores. OR KENT— Store corner of Kent st and St. Anthony ay. ; three flats of five rooms each over the store; two on second floor, $15 per month; one on third floor. $10: water connections throughout. A fine apartment house (one apartment or all) .in Rice St. Villus, near N. P. station aud street cars, very cheap. Two houses in St Anthony park. $2o each, with privilege of buying within one year and applying rent on the first payment. J. W. MeClung _ Son, room 57, National American bank. 314-323 STORE 26x80 feet on the corner of Jack son and Fourteenth sts.: a • first-class stand for a grocery store. Apply at 146 Kast Fourth. 11. W. Gutsche. 312-319 STORE— No. 450 Jackson, above Seventh st.; lots to lease on long time 111 an parts' of the eitv. Stees Brothers, 34 East Third st 316-318 STOKES— For rent, two stores on East Seventh st., on Hue of street cars: rent \ low. Kargent, Meacham & Co. 313-316 ' l : - FOR W___\___ ... - '.'"■■ : ! ■ " — ■: -.-- Offices?.. • DESK BOOMS- On- ground floor, with electric - light and steam beat at $15 to . $25 per month ; suitable for real • estate, in surance or i other - agents. - Apply j at office, Union block, 51 East Fourth st, James H. ; Davidson, r,:- -,':-., •:,-■:-•-■. 313-318 OFFICE— Half of a first floor office to rent ■ I with desks and all complete ; low rent; central location. Address A 21, Globe. -'■' -•-■•■-. 315-316 -.•'•' Miscellaneous. BUILOING— builuing formerly occa pied by the Globe; ' will s make such changes as may be desired by tenant In quire of C. A. Easterly, Room 3, Mannheimer .block. ■ ■ 149* LEASE and furniture of fourteen rooms for sale at once; centrally located. Ad dress X Q. Globe. 316 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. C*. B. Eiiivton**- l.iol . - Corner Dakota and Fillmore ays. . . HOUSE and lot corner West Isabel, very cheap; also house and lot on East Robie st, $4.000, easy terms. '"'i /"-.n BUYS a lot in Bergman's addi . *P*J*J \J tion on monthly payments; these lots are cheap at $600: lie two blocks from motor station and adjoin limits: fine view. I HAVE a number of houses and lots for sale on easy terms; can give possession right off. - -■■:■..■•->.*: _>?(_ \ FOR A LOT overlooking the city, w I \JU in block 21. Syndicate No. 2, on easy terms. OF WEST ST. PAUL property, remember I have the largest line in St. Paul; handle no other. ' -.-v c <5?*J r 7(\l\ FOR a valuable corner on tPO, / \J\J Chicago ay., near M. &X. W. R. R. freight; $2,000 down; this lot is worth $5,000. - SOME fine residence lots in the terrace; large list of South St Paul property. C. B. Lawton, corner Dakota and Fillmore ays. 316 ___ Surge nt, -icarliaiu & Co.'s List. 322 Robert St. 2 FIVE ACRE tracts near Rice St.; cheap . and on easy terms. LOTS and blocks on Rice st. on easy terms, or will exchange for improved property. LOTS in block 4, Macalester view, $1,000 each. .-• « A LARGE LIST this week and some tare bargains. Sargent, Meacham _ Co., 322 Robert st. ; - - 315-316 J. F. Eisenmenger*'- List. 472 Rice st. -. HOUSES with lots at bat gains ; 300 lots on and near Rice st, at all prices, on monthly payments, or on terms to suit you 200 acres in acre lots or five-acre lots on Rice St., on McCaron's lake, Sandy lake. Sabbath lake, Bass lake and other lakes at $150 pe* acre and upwards, on easy terms and at great bargains J. F. Eisenmenger, 472 Rice st. 251* Miscellaneous. KSTKACTS OF TITLE and nil otner manuscripts copied perfectly by Anna C. Drew. Hale block, opposite Merchants. ■■ 332* FOR SALE— fine forty-foot lots near Bonn Manufacturing company, for $200 less than market price. F. 11. Clevelaud. 323 Jackson st. 316-318 GLADSTONE— Just . one lot in block 15, $400; one-fourth cash; also several $150 and $500 each. C. L. Coleman, 303 Jackson St.. room 10. '• -. ; -315-317 HERE is your chance to make at least 100 .percent The owner of the following bargains must sell and leave the city; he ex pects to sacrifice to make quick sales, as you will see by prices : offers eight lots on Ran dolph st, graded and sewered, for $000 eacn, lots opposite arc selling at $1,200 each ; 16 lots on Juno st. for $-100 each; Bishop Ireland purchased 10 lots early in the sum mer at $1,100 each to build a large church aud school; 15 lots on Armstrong ay., 16 lots on Iroquois st, and 8 lots on Tuscarora st. for $400 each ; these lots back to twenty foot alley*, cannot buy a lot near them for less than $900: 8 lots on Tuscarora st. for $300 each; all these lots lie level and well jlocated, being near depots on Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul short line railroad to Min neapolis, the West Seventh street horse car line, the Chicago, St. Paul, • Minneopolis & Omaha railroad car shops, large new brick : public school building, churches of nearly ' all denominations, and in a growing part of the city: also 20 lots near North St. Paul, opposite depot, for $.350 each; will sell ; one or more lots at above prices; terms, cash, half cash, balance one and two years at 8 per cent, interest, or SIOO cash down and SIO per month, with 8 per cent interest on deferred payments ; lose no time in securing some of this property, as it is less than 50 cents on $1 oi its present value, and cur- i chasers will surely make big money. . Call; or ! address John J. Buckhout, Room 5, over 382 Wabasha St.. St. Paul. 313-317 , REAL ESTATE for Sale— l nave a greal variety of lots and acres north of St Paul at great bargains and on easy terms. J. F. Ei-senmenger. 472 Rice st. 179* (JEQ^if i BUYS comer lot. Fourth and ■IP"*/-*'-/ Forest sts.; this is $300 under market price. F. U. Cleveland, 323 Jack son st. 316-318 -llSC'l-IL.I.AKKOUS. CHINA WARE— For sale, China ware at prices which shall command your cus tom, between Fourth and Fifth sts. 315-316 GENERAL storage warehouse, 201, 203. 205 Eagle st.: solicits consignments of all kinds for storage; household goods, bug gies and carriages a specialty. C. B. Thurs ton. . 310-323 DRESSMAKER— Miss Dena Mingers, dressmaker by the day, 100 Concord st. ; St. Paul. Minn. 310-317 ICTURES— those wishing more pictures of the baby, to order Defore Dec. 1. Seven Corners gallery. 315-317 TORAGE AND FORWARDlNG—Con signments solicited of all kinds of mer 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, or if space is desired either in basement or upper stories we can let same r.t very reason- S able rates; warehouse and office,3s9 and 3B9 East Third st, St. Paid, Minn. St Paul Storage, Forwarding and Implement com pany, H. A. Capron, manager; telephone call 293-2. ' 53* T YPEWKITING and shorthand work of nil 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, 852-2 208* E WANT to buy all the old waste paper, books, iron, rags, stoves, bottles, etc., we can get, and will pay full value in cash; will call for such goods in any part of the city, free of charge. Call on or drop a postal to J. Firestone, 262 Jackson st, corner Second. Telephone 90-3. 310* LOST AJJD FOtJ-TP. GOW FOUND— Taken up by the sub- J scriber, a dark red and .white cow; large white star on the forehead; bas around her neck a . heavy chain and bell; came to my place Oct. 12, 1887; the owner is requested to come forward, pay charges and take her away. Isabella Lemon, Afton road, Battle Creek bridge, two and one-half miles from St. Paul. Dated Oct. 29. 1837. 316 DOG LOST— Sunday. Nov. 6, a black and tan Gordon setter dog. Liberal reward will be paid for his return to Konantz Bros., or to 234 Western ay. south. . 314 317 OO LOST— If the party who has my red and white setter dog will return him. or any one give me information where he can 1* found, I will pay a good reward. William F. Bickel, Germania bank. 313* DOG LOST — one year old, lemon and spotted and answers to the name of Sport If found, return to 1013 West Seventh st. and receive reward. 312-318 ULES FOUND— St. Paul, Nov. 10. a pair of black mules and harness at P. P. Miutuchell's barn, 61 Fillmore ay. ' 315-317 TO EXCIIAAGB. LOTS— To exchange, good lots in St. Paul for drug .store in or out of city; also, good farm in South Dakota for good lots in St Paul. Address Y. F. 53, Globe. 316-317 MONEY TO LOAN— and upwards on personal property of any description: property left in your possession. St. Paul Loan Co., 309 _ Jackson st, Rooms land 2. 185* TO EXCHANGE— trade fine lot on graded street for horse and cutter. Call Barringer Bros., 146 East Fourth st. 315-316 O EXCHANGE— in fine lot be tween the cities for horse and buggy. Address B 31. Globe. 316-*317 W* ANTED TO EXCHANGE— lot in St. Paul for a cigar or grocery store. Address B 20. Globe. - 316 FOR SAEE. ; CARPET— For sale, 32 yards of Brussels carpet almost new; also stair carpet. 567 Broadway, up stairs. 315-316 ONEY— to $2iKJ to loan on articles of value; property left in your posses sion. St Paul Loan Co., 309 Vi Jackson St., Rooms 1 and 2. - - , . . 1 85* PRINTING OUTFIT—A small printing outfit, in good running order, for sale A tray. Address W. H., Globe. 316-318 Si'O YE— Second-hand i heating stove and. O • copper boiler for sale at 463 - Broadway. 316-317 AUirnon SAi-ES. A. M. .Dofcerty. Auctioneer, •' AKGE AND IMPORTANT Sale of Val i-Urj uable Dayton Bluff Property by Auction —I will sell at auction on f the . premises 'on East Third St., near the : corner - of Maria ay., at 2:30 o'clock .in the afternoon on Thurs day, Nov. 17, lots 4 and 5, Dayton Place. These lots are 40x115 each, running through to a thirty-foot alley. There is to-day no ' more desirable property in the market for sale. The location is all that could be de . sired, being on the very crown of the bluff, and commanding a beautiful view of the en tire city, while it is but about 100 feet from ' the Maria ay. extension of the street railway system. ' The neighborhood is one ot the best in the whole city, and the surrounding resi dences are of the better class of structures. Immediately after the sale of this property I will sell on " the premises on the corner of Maria ay. and Ravine st. lots 12, 13 and 14, in block 49. Lyman Dayton's addition. These lots are each 40x120 feet, and are on the line of the street railway and within about 500 feet of the residence of Hon. P. H. Kelly. This property is especially valuable not only for residence but for business pur poses, and is delightfully situated. Property in this immediate neighborhood is held at about $200 per foot. Next succeeding the last named sale I will sell on the premises on Euclid st., immediately west . of Maria ay., lots 18 and 19, in block 55, in the same addi tion. These lots are each 40 by 120 feet and are in the same neighborhood as the lots above mentioned. All of the above property is easy of access. There is nothing to be bought around here, as owners are holding property at very firm prices, and the only reason of the above sale is the fact that the owner has engaged .in a business that re quires some ready cash, and rather than to borrow would trust to the people's ideas of values and sell the above pieces without limit. Terms and conditions of sale will be made known on the grounds at the time of sale. George M. Gage, agent, 116 East Third st. A. M. Doherty, auctioneer, 422 Waba sha st. 315-321 IWILL sell at public auction this morning, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, on the mart north of the city market house, a large lot of household furniture, consisting of fine parlor furniture, bed room sets, bureaus, commodes, carpets of alljkinds, heating and cook stoves of all sizes, also a lot of kitchen furniture. At 12 o'clock I will sell a large pair of draft horses, togetner with good har ness and wagon. Parties wanting bargains cannot afford to miss my Saturday's auction sale. A. M. Doherty, auctioneer. '116 Sansome Company, Auctioneers. AUCTION this, Saturday, morning at 9-30 o'clock, at our auction mart on Sibley st., between Sixth and Seventh sts. ; horses, buggies, wagons, sleighs, one good" milch cow, household effects of all kinds, carpets, heating stoves, cooking stoves, fifty pairs, of grey blankets, white blankets, crockery, glassware, etc. ; don't forget the place if you are on the lookout for bargains. Sansome Company, auctioneers. :. 316 MONDAY morning, Nov. 14, at 10 o'clock sharp, we will sell at auction the entire contents of the residence. No. 464 Carroll st. ; the effects in general consist of good parlor, bed-room, dining and kitchen furni ture, carpets, stoves, etc. : bear In mind the day, time and place of sale. Sansome Com pany, auctioneers. 316-318 TUESDAY MORNING, Nov. 15, com mencing at 10 o'clock sharp, all the personal effects in the residence, No. 20 Til ton, will be sold to the highest bidder for cash ; here is a partial list: 1 fine rosewood square piano, a concert grand, in splendid condition, cost new $600; splendid parlor, bedroom, dining and kitchen furniture; car pets as good as new; attend this sale, as these goods have been in use only a short time; don't forget the place. Sansome Com pany, auctioneers. 310-319 Fullilice & Holloway. Auctioneer 101 Fast Fourth St. EIGHT LOTS on West Seventh st. at auc tion—We will sell to the highest bidder on the grounds Saturday. Nov. 12, at 2 o'clock p. m., eight lots' in J. N. Rogers' and Park additions, only a short distance from the present terminus of West Seventh street railway, which will be extended out by this property in the early spring of 1888, thereby enhancing the value at least 75 to 100 per cent: we would advise those that want est Seventh st. property to attend this sale, as it will go very cheap, and will be made without limit or reserve. Fallihee & Holloway, auc tioneers, German-American bank ' building. 101 East Fom th st. 2-316 ALLIHEE _- HOLLOWAY, real es tate and commission auctioneers, 101 East Fourth st., buy and sell merchandise, household goods of all kiuds, or buy bank rupt stocks for cash or sell the same on com mission on favorable terms. . 204* FUiA*%CIAL. ~~~ MONEY Is loaned by us on improved real estate security iv St. Paul, : Minneapolis and Duluth at 6, 6 -, 7, 7V2 per cent., on shortest notice, for any amount K. M. New port _ Son, investment bankers, 152, 153 and 154 Drake block, St. Paul. 73* MONEY TO LOAN— By Hunt & Sever ance, 34 East Third st., room 1 ; in large and small amounts on furniture, horses, carriages, libraries, warehouse receipts, etc. ; the same to remain in the owner's posses sion; also on watches, jewelry, diamonds, etc; business strictly confidential; a private room for ladies. 292* M~~ ONKY LOANED ou all kinds of per sonal property, diamonds, jewelry.furni ture. horses, etc.; commercial paper and time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard & Co., 126 East Third st. 291* *8»1 ( « 823, 50 * • low TO LOAN on tur ♦jp_.V7 niture, pianos, carriages, horses, cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any other article of value; cash advance made on goods in storage; promptness and privacy guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable rates and no outside fees. St. Paid Loan company, No. 309', Jackson st, Rooms 1 and 2. 65* MONEY TO LOAN— By the St. l'aul Trust Company, $100,000, in sums of $1,000 to $20,000. * Purchase money mort gages cashed ONKY LOANED on all kinds ot pc? 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. 162* MONEY privately advanced in small or large amounts on any good security. T 39. Globe. 316-317 MONEY TO LOAN on mortgage at lowest cost without delay. Installment mortgages made payable in sums to suit Dor rower. William X. Viguers & Co., northeast corner Fourth and Cedar streets. 130* ONFY TO LOAN on real estate and good first mortgages bought by S. H. Dyer,real estate and 10an5,52 German-Ameri can. bank. ; 106* MONEY privately advanced in small or large amounts on any good security. T 39, Globe. 314-315 MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN Company— from $10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with out removal: also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold watches. J. S. • Mackey, manager, Room 7, First National bank build ing, St Paul, and Room 7, Mackey-Legg block, Minneapolis. 250* ONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, from $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-- MONEY TO LOAN in sums of $1,000 to $10,000 at 6 and 8 per cent, interest without delay. St Paul Trust company, cor ner Jackson and Fourth sts. 22* IRST mortgages for sale: $650, $700 and $800 on flrst-class security, 8 per cent -interest, running one and two years. E. F. Van Gorder, 32 East Fourth st, Glolie build ing. 314-316 HORSES A3*l> CARRIA<KEsT~ CARRIAGE WORKS— A large assort ment of Victorias, cabriolets, Duqiiistos, broughams, four and six -seat rockaways, ex tension-top cabriolets, extension-op Sur rey?, open and canopy Surreys, loop-front ladies' phaetons, low-wheeled phaetons, road wagons, etc., at lowest-possible prices, qual ity considered; all work guaranteed strictly as represented. E. M. Hallowell & Co., 503 to 511. Minnesota st 150* HORSE and Wagon wanted to do light de livery for two weeks. 64 East Seventh St. " ■ 316 ORSE— For sale. $130 cash, for a good horse, buggy and harness: first-class out tit E. F. Van Gorder, 32 East Fourth st., Globe building. 314-316 Change of Street Grade. City Clerk'-* Office, ) St. Paul, Oct. 20, 1887. f Notice is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the city, of St. Paul, at its meeting to be. held on Tuesday, the 6th day of December, A. D. 1887, at 7:30 o'clock p, m„ at the Council Chamber, in the City Hall, will consider and may order a change of grade on the following street, between the points named, to-wit : BREWSTER AVENUE, From Viola Street to Como Avenue; In accord**ri-*e with and as indicated by the red line on the profile thereof, and as reported upon as lieing necessary and proper by. the Board of Public Works of said city under date of October 17, 1887, which . said . report was adpted by said . Common Council at j its meeting held on October is, 1887. -" ■< ■ - The profile indicating the proposed, change is on file and can be seen at this office. " , , By order of the Common Council. THOS. A. PI'EN'DEKUAST, oct26-_*rV-wed&sat ; : - City Clerk. PERSON A REFINED and educated . young widow, having met with .reverses,' desires to meet a gentlemen of means who will assist : her in business; security given no tri tiers . need reply. Address Mercedes, Globe. 314-317 _________________________________ MME. LAPORTS Lotion and Face Salve is acknowledged -by every one that uses them the best; flesh worms removed and skin bleached at 313V2 Jackson St., third floor, Room 3: to ladies only. 315-321 MRS. P. MITTELBTAEDT, midwife, ■ takes ladies before and during con finement with best of care ; strictly confiden . tial; terms reasonable. 579 East - Seventh . st " ■-■.•- 315321 JVTRS. - ALICE BAGNELL—MagnetIC iVi^ healer; cures rheumatism, kidney and liver diseases. 386 Broadway, city. 310-316 MRS.HUNNALD, practical fortune teller; - never falls; scoring eggs a specialty. 493 Stillwater, now John st, in tne rear. 314-327 REMOVED— Madame Teitsworth, St. Paul's oldest and best clairvoyant for tune teller, 691 Mississippi st, corner Penn sylvania ay. Take University ay. street car. . 310-316 WASTED TO BUI. BABY CARRIAGE wanted; state terms. Address X, Globe. 316-317 ENGINE AND BOlLEß— Wanted, a thir ty-five to forty-five horsepower engine and boiler, good as new. Address S. H. Ad ams, with description and price, Green Lake, Minn. '-- 313-319 SPOT CASH paid for stocks of dry gooas, clothing, boots, shoes, notions and other goods. Inquire news stand, St James hotel, Minneapolis.- 316-322 ARTICLES OF INCORPOATION SIGNED and adopted this 3d day of November, A. D. 1887, by and between the undersigned persons hereinafter named. First— The said persons agree to form and associate themselves and do hereby form and associate themselves into a corporation under the general laws of the state of Minnesota. The name of this corporation is "St. Paul Agricultural Works." The general nature of its business shall be the manufacturing and saie of agricultural implements and machinery, and of other ar ticles, implements or machinery of which wood and Iron or either of them form the principal component parts, and also the car rying on of a general foundry and iron work ing business. The principal place of transacting the busi ness of said corporation - shall be in or near,; the city of St Paul, in the county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota. . Second— time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the 15th day of November, A. D. 1887, and the period of continuance thereof shall be thirty years from the date last mentioned. Third— The amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be one hundred thousand dollars, and the same shall be paid in in cash upon installments or assessments as the same shall be called for by the board of directors of this corporation. - The said corporation may commence busi ness when twenty-five thousand dollars of the amount of its caoital stock, shall be sub scribed. Fourth— names and places of resi dence of the persons forming this associa tion for incorporation are as rollows: Will iam Dawson, St. Paul, Minn.: John M. Spicer, Willmar, Minn.; Sabin S. Murdock, Murdock. Minn. : Charles J. Gotshall, Minne apolis, Minn. ; Thomas Brennan. St. Paul, Minn.; Osmau Lunn, St. Paul, Minn. Fifth— The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation shall at any time be suDject shall be the sum of one hundred thousand dollars. Sixth— The government of this corporation and the management of its affairs shall be vested in the following officers, to-wit: A board of five directors to be elected by the stockholders, a president and a vice pres ident to be elected by the board of directors from their own number, a secretary and a treasurer to be elected by the board of di rectors. The board of directors shall be elected by the stockholders of this corporation at their annual meeting, which shall be held in the city of St. Paul on the third Tuesday of November, A. D. 1888, and annually there after. The above-named William Dawson, . John M. Spicer, Sabin S. Murdock, Charles J. Gotshall and O. Lunn shall constitute the first board of directors, to hold their office until the third Tuesday in November, A. D. 1888, and until their successors shall be elected and qualified. Said board of directors shall, at their first meeting, proceed to elect a president and vice president from their own number as aforesaid and a secretary and treasurer. The directors and officers hereafter to be elected as aforesaid shall hold their office for one year, and until their successors are elected and qualified. Seventh— The capital stock of this corpora tion shall be divided into 2,000 shares of $50 each. Witness our hands and seals the day and year above written. WILLIAM DAWSON, [Seal.] JOHN M. SPICER, [Seal. SABIN S. MURDOCK, [Seal. CHARLES J. GOTSHALL, [Seal. THOMAS BRENNAN, [SeaL OSMAN LUNN. [Seal.' Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of William Dawson, Jr., I J. S. Bosch. j" STATE OF MINNESOTA, I County of Ramsey, f Be it known that on this sth day of No vember, A. D. 1887, came personally before me William Dawson, John M. Spicer. Sabin S. Murdock, Charles J. Gotshall, Thomas Brennan aud Osman Lunn, each to me well known to be the same persons as the signers and sealers of the foregoing instrument, and they each acknowledged the same to be their own free act and deed. Witness my hand and notarial seal (he day and vearaforesaid. [SeaLf WILLIAM DAWSON, JR., Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minnesota. . 310-316 **PO ALL PERSONS AND CORPORA -L tions to whom these presents may come or concern: Public notice is hereby given that under instructions from the secretary of tne interior, dated Aug. 15, 1887. the regis ter and receiver of the United States land office In the Taylors Falls district, in the state of Minnesota, are directed to restore to the public domain and open to settlement, under the general land laws, all lauds in the Taylors Falls land district within the in demnity limits of the grant to the Northern Pa cific Railroad company heretofore withdrawn for the benefit of said company, except such lands as may be covered by selections ap proved by the commissioner of the general , land office and the secretary of the interior: ' provided the restoration shall not affect the rights acquired by grantees within the primary limits of any other congressional gram. The filings of said indemnity lands within the Taylors Fulls land district will be received on and after the 22d day of Novem ber, 1887, by the land officers of said Tay lors Falls land office. ■-'... ** Dated at the United States land office at Taylors Falls this Oth day of October, A. D. 1887. L. K. STANNARD, Register. E. A. UMLAND, Receiver. octß-owks-sat [OFFICIAL PUBLICATION.) i Vacation of Part of Osceola Avenue. ! City Clerk's Office, 1 St. Pall, Oct. 17, 1887. 1 Whereas, A petition has been tiled in this office, by order of the Common Council, as required by law, asking for the vacation of that part of Osceola ave nue described as follows: Commencing on the north line of Pleasant avenue at the intersection of the east line of Osce ola avenue with said north line of Pleas ant avenue; running thence northerly on the easterly line of Osceola avenue two hundred ninety-eight and .fifty two-one hundredths (988 52-100) feet more or less, to northerly line of block three (8) of Highland Park: thence west erly across Osceola avenue to the point of intersection of the north line of block foot (4) of said Highland Park with the westerly line of Osceola avenue; thence southerly along the westerly line of Osce ola avenue two In wired thirty-lour ; and thirty-six-one hundredths(234 36-100) i eet,more or less.to the northerly line of j Pleasant avenue; thence easterly along j the northeiiyline of Pleasant avenue' to the place of beginning; and .-aaa. •■■•* X\ hereas, The petitioners state that they are the owners and a majority of | the owners of the property abutting i upon and along the line of said part of Osceola avenue asked to be vacated, and that the object and reason for such vacation is, that the said part of Osceola avenue can never .be used for the pur poses of a street without very great ex pense and - great injury to property on both sides of the same, and the petition ers will- dedicate to" the public for the purposes of a street that portion of said block four. (4) located between the red lines as shown upon the plat attached to said petition ;• - Now, therefore, notice is . . hereby given that said petition will be heard and considered by the Common Council of the City of St. Paul on Tuesday, the 6th day of December. A. I). 1887, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. at the Council Chamber, in the City Hall. By order of the Common Council. . j Thos. A. I'rkxdkijoast. City Clerk. -'•- * oct 17-sw-sat PAUL, SANFORD & MERWIN. Patent Attorneys and Solicitor!*. Offices: 10 German American Bank Building, St. Paul: 657,060 Temp1e Court, Minneapolis; 925 P street, Washington, D. U. 7 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.— Know all men by I these - presents,- - that - we, whose names are hereunto signed, associate ourselves together for the . purpose of form ing and organizing a manufacturing corpor ation, under the laws of the state of Minne sota, and for the purpose aforesaid, and in accordance with .the : provisions" of the statutes of the state : afore said, in said cases made and provided, adopt, by our . signatures hereto affixed. - ratify and confirm all and singularly the following: ar ticles of incorporation, as well as this declar ation in that behalf: Article First— name of the corpora tion shall be The Simmons Refrigerator and Cold Storage company. The general nature of the business or this corporation- shall be the manufacturing and selling of refriger ators and cold storage boxes, the building and operating of cold storage warehouses ; the buying and selling of all kinds of ma terial, machinery aud merchandise incident to said business, one, either, or all of them ; to acquire and hold and dispose of such land, real property and hereditaments as shall be deemed necessary and convenient for the proper conduct of the corporation. The principal place for the transaction of the corporation business shall be in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota. Article Second— time of the com mencement of the corporation business shall be the 10th day of November, A. D.. 1887, and the period of said existence thirty years from the last mentioned date. - Article Third— amount of capital stock of said corporation shall be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000», which shall be issued and paid for at such time and in such manner as the board of directors, hereafter designated, and their successors, shall de termine and direct: provided always, it be so issued in accordance with the law governing the issuing of stock in corporation, and pro vided such stock be not issued at less than its par value, fully paid for in cash, or by the purchase of rights, privileges and property at its and their fair market value, first de termined by the said board of directors. The highest amount of indebtedness or unsecured liability, aside from stock liability, shall not exceed Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars. Article Fourth— The names and places of residence of the persons forming this asso ciation of incorporation are as follows: James Simmons, St. Paul, Minn.; E. XV. Leonard St. Paul, Minn.; John J. O'Connor, St Paul, Minn.; John H. Schulze, St. Paul, Minn. Article Fifth— The government of this cor poration, and the management of its business and affairs, shall be vested in the board of directors, consisting of three stockholders, to be elected annually by • the stockholders of the corporation. The board of direct ors shall elect a president and secretary and a treasurer for the term of one year, who shall hold their re spective offices until their successors are elected and qualified, and one and the same person may hold the offices of secretary and treasurer. The first annual meeting shall be held at the office of the corporation in the city of St Paul aforesaid, on the last Satur day of October, A. D. 1888, and each annual meeting thereafter shall be held on the same day of each subsequent year. The officers of this corporation shall be elected by the board of directors within ten days after the election of such board annually. The first board of directors shall consist of James Simmons, E. W. Leonard and John J. O'Connor, and James Simmons shall be the first president, John J. O'Connor the first secretary and E. W. Leonard shall be the first treasurer. Any vacancies occurring in either of said offices, or in board of directors, whether occasioned by death, resignation or otherwise, shall be filled for the remaining unexpired term by the board of directors aforesaid. The above named board of directors are hereby directed and empowered to adopt by-laws for the gov ernment of this corporation. Article Sixth— The capital stock of said corporation shall be divided into 800 shares of twenty-five ($25) dollars each, and be fully paid and non-assessable. In witness whereof we hereunto set our hands and seal this Slst day of October, 1887. JAMES SIMMONS. [Seal. E. W. LEONARD. [Seal. JOHN J. O'CONNOR. [Seal.] JOHN H. SCHULZE. [Seal. Executed in the presence of W. A. Babr, I J. R. Kane, f STATE OF MINNESOTA, I „ County or Ramsey, f ss * On this 10th day of November, 1887, per sonally appeared before me James Simmons, E. XV. Leonard, John J. O'Connor and John H. Schulze, to me known to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and to me acknowledged that they executed the same as their free act and deed. •■'••-.,.-. \v. A. BARR, [Notarial Seal.l Notary Public, Minn. STATE OF MINNESOTA, ) . • ■ J '......-" County op Ramsey, }-ss. .-,.'• Office op the Register of Deeds. ) This is to certify that the within instru ment was filed for record in this office, at St. Paul.on the 11 th day of November, A.D. 1887* at 12:10 o'clock p. m., and that the' same was duly recorded in Book Cof Incorporations, page 454. • M.J. BELL, Register of Deeds, .. STATE OF MINNESOTA, » ' '* Department of State. ) I hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record in this office on the Ilth day of November, A. D. 1887, at 11:25 o'clock a. m., and was duly recorded in Book S of Articles of Incorporation, on page — . H. MATTSON, 316-321 Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey— In Probate Court, Special Term, Oct. 28, 1887. . • In the matter of the estate of Peter Schneider, deceased. On reading the petition of Frederick Schneider.executor of the estate of said Peter Schneider, deceased, filed in this court Sept. 2, 1886, 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 final account of administration, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to heirs, and that he be discharged from the duties of said trust; It is ordered, that said account be exam ined and petition heard by the judge of this court, on Tuesday, the 22d day of Nvoem ber,A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock a*, m., at the probate office In St. Paul, in said county. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof begiveu to all persons interested, by publish ing a copy of this order - for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, on Siturday of each week, in the St. Paul Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in said county. By the court, E. S. GORMAN, [l.sJ Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. 0c129-4w-sat STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsay, ss.— ln Probate Court, special I torm, Novembor 11, 1887. In the matter ot the estate of George Newell Doggett, deceased. Whereas, an instrument in writing, pur porting to be an authenticated copy of the last will and testament of George Newell Doggett, deceased, and of the probate thereof, from the corporation court of • Fredericks burg, state of Virginia, has been delivered to this court; And whereas, Hugenia S. Doggett has filed herewith her petition, representing among other things that said George Newell Dog gett died at the city of Fredericksburg, state of Virginia, on the 15th day of January, 1887, testate, and that said petitioner is the executrix named in said Instrument, and praying that the said instrument may be ad mitted to probate, and that letters of admin istration with the will annexed be to Andrew S. Davis 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 Cth day of December, A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, when all concerned may appear and contest the pro bate of said instrument; " . And it is further ordered, that public notice of the time and place of said hearing be given to all persons interested by publica tion of these orders for three weeks succes sively previous to said day of hearing, on Sat urday of each week, in the St Paid Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in said county. . By the court E. S. GORMAN, [l. s.} Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert, Jn., Clerk. A. M. Scott, Attorney for Petitioner. novl2-4w-sat ADnCITIUCCure witout medicine I Dot I lit Pate* 1 ted Oct. 15, 1.876. ■ vvi ■■■ fc 0n _ b0 _ -^jj care tha most obstinate case in four days or less. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. No nauseous doses .0 f cubebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Price, 81.50. Sold by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price. For further particulars send for circulars- P. O. 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