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ST. PAUL WANTS.
. Wants on this page will be inserted undei
classified headings according to the following
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•word.
In Every Case the Money Must Accom
pany the Order.
ATIOSS OFFERED.
Male.
GENTS - Wanted to handle the new
chemical ink-erasing pencil; greatest
novelty ever produced;' erases ink in two sec
onds: no abrasion or paper; 200 to 500 per
cent profit: one agent's sales amounted to
$620 in six days, another $32 in two hours;,
territory absolutely free salary to good men;
no ladies need answer: sample 35 cents. For
terms find full particulars address The Mon
roe Eraser Co., Manufacturers, La Crosse,
Wis. - ■ 106-112
AGENTS for the American Hand Fire
Annihilator. Call on or address D. B.
Cook, St. Paul Park. 105-108
AGENTS and solicitors in city and coun
try at good nay, for a large Eastern life
insurance company, 'in Minnesota and Da
kola. Address I 38, Globe. 103-109
AGENTS— Agents wanted everywhere;
three new articles just out; big money;
exclusive territory; inclose ' stamp for par
ticulars: samples of all three 35 cents. Ad
dress Swinburne & Co., Manufacturers, La
Crosse. Wis. 98-107
GENTS— Mr. D. W. Jackson is making
liberal offers to reliable- agents; home
office 94 East Fourth, St. Paul. Minn. 96-120
AGENTS AND SOLICITORS wanted in
every county in Minnesota, to represent
a live stock insurance company. For par
ticulars apply to A. B. Erickson, secretary.
Adress. Fergus Falls, Minn. . 105-108
AMBER— Wanted, a first-class and sober
burber: no other need apply. Address
J. W. Nelson, Box 35, Litchfield, Minn.
102-107
BARKERS— first-class white barbers;
wages §15. J. H. Sullivan, Duluth,
Minn. 105-111
BO V wanted to watch cows and help to
milk. 967 East Seventh st. H. 'W.
Hansen. 106-106
Boy -Wanted, a German boy not under
eighteen years of age: fair practical ed
ucation; permanent- employment; business
in country. Address E 4^, Globe. 103-109
CANVASSERS— Ten canvassers; will pay
salary and commission. Apply Singer
Sewing Machine oflice. 27 East Third st.
■-..-:. , 103-109 ■
CLERK— Wanted, a good and honest
young man to work in a grocery. Ad
dress* F,'26 Globe. -2
COACHMAN— It—able man as coachman
and gardener. 29 Arundel st. 106-107
DRAUGHTSMAN — Good architectural
draughtsman; steady work for good
man : state experience and wages expected.
Address Draughtsman, Postoffice. Escanaba,
Mich. 107-109
RUG CLERK— drug clerk, reg
istered: German. G 21. Globe. 106-108
GROCERY Wanted, grocery man
acquainted the trade to take charge of
store and. if satisfactory, to take an interest.
Address E 93. Globe. 1
HARNKSSMAKERS— Several good har
ness makers at once at the Konantz
Saddlery company, 384 Jackson st. . 1
HOSTLER— Wanted, a young man to tatie
care of a horse and do chores around
the house. Inquire at 405 Dayton ay. ' . 1 ;
PATTERNMAKERS— Wanted at once,
two good patternmakers. Apply at St.
Paul Foundry company's shops. 106-199
HA RM A IST— Wanted, a pharmacist,
registered in Minnesota: no amateurs
need apply. W. S. Wygant, Ellsworth, Minn.
' 106-109
SALESMEN — Five traveling salesmen :
salary and expenses; no experience nec
essary. Address, with stamp, Palmer & Co.,
Prairie <lv Chien. Wis. ' 105-114
CJTENOGRAP'HKR ANO EXPERT
£3 Hammond type-writer operator wanted.
I, SO Globe. -. 104-107
WANTED— Bookkeepers, salesmen, office
clerks,: collectors, bartenders, coach
men, hostlers, drivers, janitors, watchmen,"
engineers, firemen, teamsters, etc., to call and
learn our method of advertising your wants.
The Advertising Directory, 78 East Seventh
St.. Room 8. .".'-■■ 305-107
WANTED— few persons in each place
to do light writing; inclose .stamp for
fifty-wee book of particulars to J. 11. Wood-'
bury. Albany. N. Y. 103-108
— - — ■ ■— ; —
: FOR SAME.
BRICK— 250,000 red pressed and common
brick for sale ; must be sold at once on
account of removal. Call at yard. Cypress
and Dawson sts., St. Paul, or address 11. 11.
Cook at same place. - . 106-108
ENCYCLOPEDIA HRITANNICA,S2.SO
per volume ; we arc reproducing from the
very .latest volumes of the ninth edition, page
for "page, plate for plate, map for map, and
volume for volume, and at about half the
price of the Scribner or Stoddart editions;
we also have a number of the leading cyclo
pedias (taken in exchange) at . about half
price ;\ drop C. W. Dtrmont a card, 312
Maria ay.. and he will call and show it to
you; good terms to agents; 300 sets already
placed .in Twin- Cities. C. W. Dumont,
Northwestern manager for the 11. G. Allen
company. • 60*
OR SACK— Electric battery, single fold- ,
ing bed. iron frame Singer sewing
machine and large Family Fisher refriger- .
ator, 124 .West Fifth st. . 106-110
FURNITURE— sale, furniture of two
large bed rooms and kitchen complete,
new : and ' clean; every convenience ; nice'
home; half price. M, Globe. 105-107
OUSE -for sale, St. Peter St.. next to
Market; must be removed by May 1.
■•-' '■ '106-107 .'.-.■■-.
HOOTING - GALLERY OUTFIT for
sale cheap. ' Apply at 71 West Seventh
st. ' ■ . . . ■ . . . - 100-108
SODA UN TAIN for sale at a big bar
gain by Waiter & I'osch, 59 West Third
st- ■ ' " • . ; "•-.■■■■"■ 106-113
m>ARI>_OFFI-:R_D.
BOARD An unfurnished room (except
carpet) with board in a private family
of two: 'bath and gas; location central. . Ad"
-dressEs7.-Glooc.-.'; HI6-107.
BOARD— Well furnished double and single
rooms; ; also -board; everything first
class. .192 East Tenth st. - 106-107.
GOOD BOARD and room for four gentle
men at 401 North Exchange st. 103-109
Its. SCOTT will open her new boarding
house at 49 '.Vest Fourth St., on Tues-*
day. 17th inn.; all who want a good square
meal can give her a call, and get ' the worth
of their money. •:"-':•"' 106-108
IXTH «T., Furnished * front rooms
suitable for; three gentlemen and board.
T. I'ETER ST., 620— Young girls' home',
for respectable young girls only; board
ing and lodging $2.50 per. week; reading
room free. V.; .. ■■■-:■' - 99-120
WASHINGTON ST., 385— For rent, fur
i nished front room with board. -
-'■■•-. -:.y :. ■■■'■>■■■ 106-107 . -■
.';"'■ ••■PE^OJIiXS*"-'' y ..'-.■,.
AIRHLEACHEO without injury or in
convenience.; liquid applied with brush
while dressing the hair; , simple as using
water?. Address -. Postoffice - Box 2209, . St.
Paul, Minn., and agent will /call; country,
agents wanted. . V;- ; _::..' .. 106-100
IE GEORGE; -H. MARTY, formerly of j
C&lbin college* Ohio, is in the city, please,
call or address to 606 Robert st., F.'Keiser.-
M~~ ADAMIT GRISWOLD CORSET. Mrs.
Jamison & Togic, agents, 45 West Third
street. . :^- '■':■/■' :'";: ' 105-107
M~ ME. ITS WORTH, St. Paul's I oldest l
'-and be. 1 clairvoyant -fortune teller, has
returned to 402 Minnesota St., between Sixth
Kid Seventh.:: 97-110
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
." •■ ':■'.'.-'■'.' ' £ entitle. ; r':;^'i;'.^
CtOOK— first-class cook, white or col
' ored. Apply at once at 289 Sibley st. : 1
■ 106-107.;. , . : "j
COOK— good cook and; housekeeper to
go to Dakota ; * three or four : in • family. .'
Call or address 244 1 Eft%t I Tenth st* St. Paul, "
Minn., till Tuesday noon. :; ■ 106-107
GIRL— A good girl at 97 West Tenth st.
'.'■•.'- •". - ■ .'2
OOK— Lady- cook at 61<) Robert st; Ger-
A manor Swede preferred. •■ ;. ■-. ;■■:■ '. .;'•' ■' 2 .
GIRLS— Two Catholic girls for - cook and
second girl, at 634 St. Peter st. 100-108 1
I \RESSMAKEK— Wanted, dressmaker in
-L/ ' private family; must guarantee a per
fect fit. . 156 West Ninth st,. 2d fiat. ■ . / 1
DRESSMAKERS and appentices wanted.'
521 Wabasha st. , ,: 1
GIRL Wanted at once, girl that under
stands cooking." ••- 77 Summit ay. v -1
GIRL— From twelve to fourteen years of
■ age wanted to take charge of child. No.
166 Summit " -1
HELP— One laundry - and .- one scrub
woman, at McVeigh Bros., 67 East
Third st. ....... - : ..■■-'-■. - ;,.*;2'
OU.SEWORK-Good girl for , general
housework. 638 Burr St., St. Paul.
106-108
HOUSEWORKS irl wanted for general
housework in family of three; German
preferred. Call at store, 187 East Seventh
St. ■■:■..,-. ■ ; ' ... ■■.■'■ - -■ 106-108
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted for general
housework at once at 402 East Tenth
st. .. . ■ .■■ '- . '■•■■.-• 1
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl in
a small family for general housework ;\
German preferred. -Apply at 348 East Elev
enth St., near Olive. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a 'girl to assist
with light housework. Call at 231 West
Seventh st. -..;.;- • • 1
OUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen-.
eral housework; flat; family of three ;
wages $12; references required. Apply Mrs.
Randall. 388 North Exchange st. 1
OUSEWORK— A young German girl,
age seventeen, to help in general house
work; neat and clean, at 385 Rice st. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted,, competent girl
for general housework. Call, with
references, at 526 Holley ay. :■ 1
OUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Mrs. - It. F. , Marvin,
68 Summit ay. 1 ;
OUSEWORK— A girl.German preferred,
for general housework, at 84 Til ton St.,
between St. Peter and Rice sts. . < 1
OUSEWORK — Wanted, a competent
girl for general housework. 232 West
Seventh st. . 1
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good, strong
willing girl for general housework;
good wages 10 good girl. 210 East Ninth,
corner Sibley. ■ ' . : v 1-
OUSEWORK-Wanted, a girl for gen
eral housework. Inquire at 608 Olive
st-.-. -• - ' ■ . '■-■ -■■- ,-'2
HOUSEWORK— a girl for gen
eral housework, at 312 East Eleventh
St.; --.:-.■■ ' -. - " .: ' ■ 2
HOUSEWORK— girl for general
housework. Apply 431 Ashland ay. I
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for ; general
housework at 578 St. Peter st. 1
ITCHEN GlßL— Wanted, one first-class
kitchen girl; 275 East Eighth st. ...... .2'
KITCHEN GIRL wanted at 385 Wash
ington st. . ' ' .' ".'■-. '1'
KITCHEN GIRL at 170 Farrington aye.,
near corner of Selby aye. -.- 1
AUNDRESS— Wanted at once, a first
class laundress, one capable of taking
charge of laundrving department in steam
laundry. Address Nellis & Walker, Escan
aba. Mich. .- ' ' • ■ 1
NURSE— A small nurse girl, twelve, to
fourteen years of age. Apply 603 Lin
coln ay. : & v . 1
NURSE— experienced nurse; middle
aged preferred; also a cook and laun
dress. Apply to room 364, Hotel Ryan. .1
NURSE— girl to mind child during
day, returning home at night. • Apply
519 Marshall ay. between 12 and 1. . 7
URSE GIRL wanted at 88 Park Place,
between College and Summit ays. ■ 1
NURSE GIRL— girl wanted for one
ii child: one who can sleep at home. Call
between 10 and 12 Sunday; 519 Marshall
ay. . 1
NURSE GIRL wanted— From 13 to 14 j
years old to take . care of one child.
Inquire at No. 460 Wabasha St., up stairs. : 1 1
URSE GlßL— Wanted, a competent .
1* nurse girl; German preferred. 579Car
roll st; inquire Monday, y ■;..,' 1
SALESLADY— Experienced saleslady ; ',
one accustomed to taking orders;, also .
first-class trimmer; none other need apply.'
Schultz's, 83 East Third st. ■...'' "" ' ; ' 1
SEAMSTRESS— anted, one good sewing
girl. Call at Miss Anderson's, 336 West
Third st. ■ - ■ . . . - ■ - 1 .
EWERS — Wanted, plain sewers at 521
O Wabasha. "■ . . ■ ■ 103-107
WAIST FINISHER— Good one wanted
at once. 39 West Tenth st.: .';..- . 1
WILL GIVE perfect satisfaction to girls,
housekeepers and hotels at once at the
German Ladies' Intelligence office, 52 -West.
Tenth st. • '. '■ ■ 101-107
HORSES AZ*l> CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGES, buggies of every style at
' lower prices than same can be bought of
any other dealer in St. Paul; two-seat car- •
riages, buggies, phaetons, surreys, rockaways,
cabriolets, jumpseats, canopy tops, . carts,
two-seated wagons, express and delivery:
wagons and harness. Call, before purchas
ing. King's carriage rooms, Fourth '. and Min
nesota. .61*.
DO YOU want a handsome young mare,
kind and gentle, for your family? If so, A
will show you one. Send' your address to
Reliable, Globe. . . -' -.106-107
FAMILY HORSES, ROADSTERS AND
heavy horses for sale; one very fine sad
dle pony ; also a fine saddler, at Balfour's,
4SB Selby ay. , 106-109
FOR SALE— Two good driving aud saddle
ponies and cow. Call at 706 Maryland.
FOR SALE— A gentleman's driving horse ; | ■
an excellent roadster; afraid of nothing; '
open buggy; good as new; splendid set of
harness; complete outfit will be sold for
$250 ; owner leaving city. For further in
formation apply at 10 West Third St., St.
PauL between 9 and 12 o'clock a. m.
.■■-■■ 100-103 ■ .i: .; ■
FOR SALE— A splendid family mare, with
phaeton and harness; -; the - mare \ was ;
formerly owned by H. M. Smyth and is one
of the most reliable horses for family driv
ing in the city; also two sleighs * and double
harness, cheap for cash. Address E. F.
Glenn, Fort Suelling. 105-107
HEARSE— Black hearse. No. 2; Cunning- •
ham & Sons' manufacture. . Inquire
Northern Pacific Express office, Minneapolis.
100 112' ... -- ■„' ...,.., .
HORSE— sale, nice family horse, five
years old, very gentle, pletisant for a
lady to drive. Call at Halloran & Murphy's,
No' 16 West Sixth St. ■'.... 102-108
HORSE, WAGON and sleigh for sale
cheap; owner leaving - city. Address :
E 100. Globe. .-: 106-107
INSURE your horses and cattle in The :
Sterling Live Stock Insurance company, :
t 509 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis.' •*: ■ 312* •
riiEAM FOR SALE— good driving team
JL of bay horses, five and six years old,',
sound and gentle, not afraid ( of • cars or
music, - and first-rate travelers; either will'
drive single; also two-seated rocka way. Will
trade for St. Paul real 'estate; " William G.
Robertson, Drake block, 180 East Third st •'
■ -■ -■ .106-110. -- ••i:^-^--v : : S
"^Vl^TlbnDr^TolijKST.
OUSE— Wanted, May 1; house of five to.
seveu . rooms; must bo iv first-class
neighborhood; long lease. . Inquire IS. D.
Pctry. 365 Robert st. ... .105-111'
HOUSE AND EARN, convenient to
Market house: from April ! or May. 20;
good tenant; J. M. P.. '463 Wabasha' st.
HOUSE— to rent, a ten or eleven-,
room house on St. 'Anthony, hill. .' Will/
iam F. Graves, Globe building. 103-108 :
HOUSE— Wanted to rent, an eight or ten
room house within one-half, hours':
wain from Seven Corners; not to exceed $25
per month. Address C. Bengle. ' care . of .
Home & Danz. : .gj» ' ■ -A 103-109
LIST your houses and : rooms with the
Northwestern ; Renting - Agency and
Boarding Directory, at 136 East Fourth st. "
■■■;..■■ . - 100-1 -■■—^.;;y - ; - ■:-;-.•■;■
iIIVATE FAMILIES desiring^ select
: boarders or roomers, leave address with
us; we have numerous calls for ; places. ;
Northwestern Agency, 136 Fourlh. ; 106-112 :
f> OOM and board for gentleman and wire
t in private family ; good location; refer
-1 enc.es exchanged. J 61, Globe. - -106-108
--' :■•■;•:'■ PRESS.MAKIJiO. ; ;-;! ■ ? -V ';
DRESSMAKING— First-class - waist -fin-
isher; also apprentice girls. Room 4,
Habighorst block, corner Seventh and Wa- ;
coutasts. ..'■ ■'-.-:■ •-'■.••.--•;r ■■;' - '■/.'•. : ' : -* .-;■.-:"' ..'!.:
RES MA KIN G— 1 able dr<?ssmak-i
: ing at 406 Wabasha st. ; juices very low."'.
. ■;: "., .. AA-A 103-109 ilA£ ■r'V-^.-A ii
FOLLETT .dross I and sleeve (System; best'
• in the world;- its ■.beautiful*'imes-and
curves 'give, a style to this" figure -1 that
no' other ■ system can ■-.' approach; * " it. '■ is
used in the best houses in. Philadelphia. New
• York and Boston: it has the new French bias
-attachment,' and 9 a sleeve that is simply per
fect; it is warranted to lit without changing a ;
i seam.'", Call at Mrs. Elliott's, room 21; Mann- •
, heiiucr block. Agents wanted. . .. ' 32*
THE SAINT PAUL ; DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1888.
;, SITUATIONS WAUTED. "
--.:■ •,,.•,/ ■■; ;-■.:: male. „;.•• .■■.,;■,;■:■.- ,;■:-:..;.
BOOKKEEPER — Situation ,- as book
keeper or grocery salesman by an ener ■
getic young man of extensive experience in;
either; first-class references. Address C 14,
Globe. ; :-.;;■ A::- '■:■ .■'■.'■'■''■" -■-•"■ 1
BOOKKEEPER-A thorough double- •
entry Canadian bookkeeper wants situa
tion; ■: references; ; speaks ? German. - E 19, ,
Globe. , ■-■. ■-■ 106-108
BOOKKEEPER— Young man with , six
years', experience ■ in - the grocery and
commission :. business, understands - keeping
books, wants a permanent position. Ad
dress B 63, Globe. ■ . : - 1
BOOKKEEPER— Situation as bookkeeper
.. or grocery salesman by ' an . energetic
young man of extensive experience in either ;
first-class references. Address C ; 14, Globe.
-:.- ."-;■' ■■■-_■:->;■-■■:■:!■: A : ', ."■ . :.;- - -. - . 7
CARPENTER— A good carpenter with
~; full set of tools wants i work in factory
or building. Address D 27, Globe. - . 7,
CARPET CLEANER— Wanted, by a com-*
cleaner and layer, house cleaning and
carpet laying. Address H. -; Saunders, . 440
University ay. : •:.. -..'': ; 1
CLERK— Wanted, situation in a store by
p an | experienced \ young German; dry
goods preferred ; best references given. Ad
dress Menk Bros., city. 1
CLERK— Sit wanted .by a young man in '
, clothing store ; has had two years' expe
rience; speaks German' and English. Ad
dress A 48. Globe. 102108
COACHMAN — Situation wanted by a
young man as coaenman; understands
his business- thoroughly; willing and oblig
ing, and can furnish first-class reference as
to character and ability. * Address M 1, Globe.
COACHMAN— A middle-aged man would
like a place as coachman, can show good
references on application.- Address B 12,
Globe. ■ ■ ■ . 1
COACHMAN— single young man thor
oughly experienced in driving and tak
ing j care .of horses and carriages wants a
situation. - Address B 72, Globe. 7
COACHMAN— Wanted, a situation as .
coachman by a young German who can
handle horses; gbod"references. '.. Address E
78, Globe. .-'■■'- •'-.-. - 7
OLLEOTOK— Position as collector; thor
oughly understands the" business; long ;
experience; well acquainted with. the: city; : '
reference and bond if desired. Address D j
35, Globe. . - . ..'-. :.:7
COOK— Siiuatii wanted by first-class
cook, in the Northwest; city or country;
references, hotel man. . Address W. Bern-?
hard, 1501 First st. north, Minneapolis,
Minn. - - , - .•■■".• 2
DRIVER Wanted, a position to drive for
private family ; can give reference. Ad
dress 217 East Eighth st. . 1
RUG .CLERK— Twenty-one years old, .
. : five years' experince, would like situa
tion; can give good references. Address
Lock Box 54, Waverly. 10. 106-103
RUGGIST— a ' position by a
Scandinavian druggist; twelve years' , :
experience; references furnished. Address
Gustaf Tullberg, 954 Payne ay., St. Paul. 1
DRUGGIST— Situation wanted "as man
ager or assistant, by young man twenty
three years of age ; graduate Ontario College
of Pharmacy ;'A. 1 reference. Address O. C.
P., Globe. 104-109
EMPLOYMENT— man twenty
years of age wants a situation of" any
kind in an office or store ; good penman ; ref
erence and security . given. Address CM.,
Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT— man who taught,
school in country, and is fairly ac
quainted with city, wishes employment of
some kind. Address B 10, Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT— A young man twenty
years of age would like to get some
work of any kind : willing to work. I • 22,
Globe. ..-..,*- 1
EMPLOYMENT wanted by a good, steady
man, in or out of the city; good pen
man and quick at figures small salary. Ad- •
dress A 21, Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT — Permanent g nosition
wanted by young man; can give best •
references. W. P. G., Globe. - ' -. 1
MPLOYMENT by young man with the
- best of reference work of „ any . kind ;
would like to help on carpenter work. Ad
dress 17, Globe. 6
ENGINEER— wanted by an ex-'
perienced engineer; state license. Ad
dress J l7, Globe. . . 1
GARDENER— By a young professional or
can take care of horses ; good city refer
ence. Address D 79, Globe. 7
HOSTLER To take care of horse morn
ing and evening, for board. Address G
11. Globe. 1
PHARMACIST— Situation wanted by a
registered pharmacist competent to take
charge ; can furnish good references. G 37.
Globe. ; .-. .'."■ ■ ■■:".- ','.:-:,,.. V.:"-. 1 ]
SALESMAN— First-class position in store, {
■ rather in the Twin . cities, by first-class
man; can speak Scandinavian, German and
English ; have good education and best ref
erences for honesty and ability; five years'
experience. . Address at once Will Work,
Box 42. Newark, Dak. 107-112
WAREHOUSEMAN— Situation as ware
houseman; good salesman aud packer;
moderate salary; good references. Address -
95 Concord st. 6
YOUNG man with a good common school
education would like to learn some
kind of business: salary secondary consider-. .
ation. Address E 67, Globe. ■..>.-... 1 •
■'I FINANCIAL. .
— MONEY is loaned by us on improved
. real estate security iii St. Paul, Minne- '. ;
apolis and Duluth at 6, 6</2,'7, 7V2 per cent,
on shortest notice for any amount. ;R. M.
Newport & Sou. investment bankers, 152,
153 and 154 Drake block, St. Paul. 73*
GEORGE B. EVANS, real estate, Room i -
• 9, National German-American bank;
stock of St. Paul Land company, Union Land
company and St. Paul Real Estate Title In
surance "company, bought aud sold on com
mission or for personal account. 102-108
INNESOTA 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 14, First National bank build- .
ing. St. PauL and" Room 7, Mackey-Leeg
block, Minneapolis. • .- 250* ■ .
MONEY to loan on real estate and good
r first mortgages bought and sold by D.
H. Michaud, real estate and loans, 333 Jack
son st. : 106-111
MONEY LOANED on all kinds of. per
sonal property, diamonds, jewelry.furni
ture, horses, etc.; commercial paper and
time checks purchased. s E. W. Leonard & ;
Co., 126 East Third st. : -291*.
MONEY TO LOAN— • 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*
ONEY TO LOAN on improved and un
improved city property, at usual rates;
no delay. Paget & Smith, Room 49, German- .
American bank. '..-.. '- .. 73* ■
ONEY TO LOAN on real ■ estate and
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate and
good first mortgages < bought by S. H.
Dyer,real estate and 10an5,52 German-Ameri
can bank. . "' ,■•'..• - 106* ■
ONEY TO LOAN, m 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 Jacks <*• st. ,
.; -; : •'-■ ■■■ - .;, 240* '■": '.'■.'. ■--'■"■
MONEY TO LOAN, on diamonds,
watches, and ' all ; goods of value. Pri
vate -.office for consultation. George' R,
Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82*
WANTED— To borrow $500 on : a good
"■-' life insurance policy - for three years.
Address A. 92. Globe office :: - 106-107
02* 1(\ S85 ' SSO, 8100 -TO LOAN on tur
tJpXU 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 Paul , Loan
company, No. 309% Jackson Bt,, Rooms 1 1
and 2. - .65*.
ESSTRUCTIOft.
ENGLISH : DEPARTMENT during .
spring and summer months. St. Paul Busi
ness College, Seventh and Jackson. 102-173
EARN SHORTHAND— Best of Pitman, '=
•": Graham and Munson taught; full course
$10. William A. Shepfer, 242 East Third st.; ■
St. Paul. \ ■■.■:-.■<■. .:■-.. ■-■•■:■ 106-107
SCHOOL - OF ■;<. SHORTHAND AND j
Typewriting— Standard ; system; lessons
day, evening or by mail; send for circulars.
Miss J. D. Hess, Union block. 105-117
SCHOOL OP SHORTHAND, typewriting
and telegraphy; first-class and exclusive; j
lessons day or evening' or by mail ; send . for
circulars. The Anna- C. Drew ; school, Hale j
block, corner Third and Jackson sts. - , 103* ;
HORTHAND and Typewriting Institute.
„ W. K. Mulliken, proprietor, corner Sev
enth and Jackson sts. J" .- " 102-173
ST. PAUL BUSINESS COLLEGE— Low
rates for " the spring I term. I Corner Sev- ".
enth and Jackson sts. 102-173
YPEWRITING and shorthand work of
" : all kinds done perfectly at the Anna C.
Drew office. Hale - block; * experienced -: oper- f
ators; perfect work; low prices; work called
for and delivered ; telephone 855-2. - -.; 103* \
j X MULLIKEN offers the best induce
» i ments to \ those desiring ; a practical
education. Cor.Seventh and Jackson. 102-173;
©„_/ Estate ads. in the Globe are seen by ;
'""."',: the most people, v "
200,000 WANTS
Were i pripted in the Globe's Advertising
5 Columns in 1887. * Tb.W is the best evidence
that the Gloats is the Peoplb'sP— eb." v "y '"- A\
WHERE WAInTCAN BE LEFT
FOR INSERTION IN
] THE GLOBE. 4
: LYONS & TlCKNOß, : Druggists, 707 Bait
:,' > Third street, corner Bates.
CONGER BROS., Druggists, - 349 University
>" avenue, corner Virginia. ; ,
MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner A_»^
land avenue and Dale Street. ;
A. P. WILKES,' Druggist, 759 and 761 West .
•: Seventh street
: BERKMAN : & CO., 422 Dakota avenue *
E. FOX, 482 Rice street. .
0. ! P. WILLIAMS, 648 Reaney street. v * ;
PRANK ;L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue.
3. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street "V
F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East SOT-.
. enth street :;-.: . ."u -i-. -".; .■'/; ...j.-"-.
HIPPLER & • COLLYER, Druggists, 109
East Seventh street.
JOHN FURLONG - GROCERY COMPANY,
470 Jackson street. ,
WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. ,Vy^
M. D. MERRILL, books and stationery, 442
■Broadway. "■■- •;
■ SITUATIONS \TAJiTEI>.
: > female. :..;.' .■;.'■■" "."
BOOKKEEPER— Situation by young lady
bookkeeper as assistant; have had ex
perience; reference given. N. E. M., 3224
Blaisdell ay., Minneapolis. : -■;■ 6
CLERK— Wanted, by young lady, good
f • references, position as clerk or in dry
goods store. "Address J 47, Globe. 106-109
EMPLOYMENT— an and wife, no chil
dren, want management of first-class
hotel : or > restaurant; best : references. M.
Globe. -.. -'-■■ -„ ; -. ;-;.;"-■■ 7
HOUSEKEEPER-Situation as | house-;
-keeper in. widower's family by a middle
aged, educated and refined German-American
lady. Please address Mrs. F. S. Dohr, . gen
eral delivery. : ■ - ;' . 6
DRESSMAKER would like a situation
in a dressmaking shop; has experience.
225 St. Anthony ay. yO
EMPLOYMENT— A woman wants work
by the day at house - cleaning/ washing,
ironing or any work; a good worker. Ad
dress 91. Globe.*: 6
HOUSEKEEPER-Situation as house
: keeper in widower's family by a mid- :
die-aged, educated . and refined German-
American lady. Please address Mrs.' F. S.
Dohr, general delivery. . . 106-111 :
HOUSEKEEPER— Woman would like a
place as housekeeper; has one child \
six : years old. Call or . address 201 West
Sixth st -' - 1
HOUSEKEEPER— A situation as house
.. keeper by a young lady from the ; East;
can come well - recommended St.- Paul or
Minneapolis preferred. : Address F. R..
Globe.; ;-. .:•■-.-. > . . ..'.■.. ■.".■■■ 1
HOUSEWORK— wanted . to do
general housework in small family, by
German girl, in lower town. Address I 70,
Globe.. .■■■-■ ': 1
HOUSEWORK— to do house
; work for small family; a little time in
the afternoon required ; experienced and
neat -231 West Seventh st. . . : ■ 1
NURSE GIRL— A young girl would like a
. situation as nurse girl, or second work.
Direct to 66, Globe. .: V ■ : .6
OFFICE "WORK— Wanted, by a young
lady of experience, a position as cashier,
or to work in an office. Address Louise; 229
Spruce st. •■ ..'-*-• V ■'".-.:'.•' :1
SALESLADY— an : Eastern lady a
position V: as : saleslady *• and trimmer;
Parisian styles willing to go out of city.
Address B. W. C, 21 W. Fifth st. r 71
SEAMSTRESS— understands cutting,
and fitting, desires employment in pri
vate families. Inquire 155 Pleasant ay. —tr
TEJNOGRAPHER— AIady stenographer,
and typewriter desires an office position'; |
is experienced and can give references. Ad
dress or call at 406 Robert st, Hotel Ryan* ',
YPEWRITING— by a young
lady to do writing | in an I office; type
writing preferred. - Address I 72, Globe. , . 1
WASHING, . . house-cleaning, or would |
. take washing home respectable
woman. ■ Mrs. Noyes. 630 East Seventh st. 1 .
WASHING AND IRONING— A woman
with two or three days' work in a week'
wants washing and ironing by the day; ; can
give references. Address E 91, Globe. Til
W' ASHING AND IRONING— By a
-. strong, young lady to do washing and
ironing by ; the day. Address J. R., 406
Arundel st. ' '-'. ---_-. ■ -.7
i i ; i < • --
.'. '■••BirsiwEss CHANCES. ■ W?
- - - ....... ■. ' V V
A WELL - ESTABLISH ED,.. DRUG
store at : Chaska, Minn., for sale or ex-'
change for realty. Address J. J. : Graves. '
Gleneoe, Minn. - . ■-■ 105-107
BARBERSHOP— A first-class barber shop
for sale ; 81,000 cash required. Address
14, Globe. 106-112;
BARBER SHOP for sale at 358 Robert
st. ■■--.. 101-107
EXCHANGE AND FIFTH Nicely,
furnished dining room and kitchen for
keeping boarders. ■;... „-,. -"■:. 106-107.
OR SALE— A first-class stock of gents' .
- furnishing goods . with laundry " at
tached ; together or separate. 24 West Third
st. -;.■■ ; , -„-. 106-107
FOR SALE— SSOO cash I buys a good pay
ing cigar and confectionery store ; cheap
rent. Address A 27, Globe. ' 106-108 :
FOR SALE— best hotel in a town of
6,000. . For information address X V Z,
Globe. .: - . ,■ -'•*•-- 105-1
FOR SALE— stock of general mercnan
•- disc, also two-story store building, situ
ated in thriving city with two lines of rail
road,''and- third line graded- within twenty:
miles; doing a business of $35,000 , a year;
will sell at a great sacrifice on account of ill
health. ' For information . apply" to A. - C.
Shultz & Co.. Woonsocket, Dak. 83*
OR ; SALE AT A BARGAIN—
eating house. , Address -. J. M. Haines,
Lowry,Minn;: ..:-;': . - 103-121.
FOR SALE: CHEAP— Confectionery, ci
..: gar and milk ', depot Call or address.
714 East Seventh. ■: . 104-107
GROCERY— A good grocery |on lively
'.'■ street for sale on easy terms ; : owner
leaving St. Paul. Inquire of Van Slyke, 316
Sibley, St. Paul. . ;- 106-113
HOTEL— The best ; paying , : hotel in St.
" Paul, with : forty rooms, furniture all .'
new and elegant, long lease, low rent, bar in
connection, near to Union depot ; reason for
selling other business to attend to. Address
Hotel 002. Globe. ■ .: ]■-. ; ;. : 102-115
LAUNDRY FOR SALE— In good running I
. order and doing a good cash business
cheap for cash. 24 West Third st. > 106-107
AW AND LOANING BUSINESS
for sale— Am going East to settle family
estate; and wiil give ; suitable person au ex*
cellent business for a nominal price. Address-
M., Globe:" " V -".-.'■■-' 106-108
PARTNER— Wanted, a partner with
$5,000 or ~ SIO,OOO ;in an established
manufacturing business in St. Paul. -Address
112, Globe. - 102-108
PHYSICIAN— German-, physician
- can learn . of gcod location. Address
with references E 27, Globe. . . "- 106-107
PRAY MANUFACTURING CO.'S plant,
X- t Minneapolis, to rent j for five ior more i
years, with railway siding, machine shops,,
millwright shops, foundry and l storage ware-'
house, with or without : power. Apply to J.
P. Thomson; 101 and 103 Third ay. south.
Minneapolis. >;.,.-.•. -".:v -■■:•;.: . ; 61*
URCHASER wanted for a valuable to;
, terest in a ; manufacturing industry;; is-,
paying $2,000 yearly and can be made to-do"
much better ; $11,000 cash or '■ its equivalent
required; no one need reply who has not the 1
money. Reply P. O. Box 2107, St. Prfufi*
Minn. ,:..■;■- - 101-107, :
STORE— and confectionery store ior^
. sale cheap. : Call at 58 East Fourth st. \">
;: v ;, 102-107- ■-,■■■'■.;, fiv\~
WANTED— energetic man with $500
and good references .. to take an >fiiW
terest and control a manufacturing business. •
Address I 21, Globe. ; . __*_*
WANTED— One or two men of business :
-; ability, with a few hundred dollars^
go in with . me in ! controlling St. Paul and '
Minneapolis; t goods ; staple " as flour andun, .;
great demand ; business permanent; ■ will in- "
: crease with time : a chance of a lifetime ; can;,
show proof positive : don't answer unless you '
mean business and ; have ; the money ; -- state •
where interview can be had. -Address Busi
ness Chance, , Globe. .--:■.; v ■■.-■; ; : -~ .: " .: 106-108
WANTED | IMMEDIATELY One or
: two active silent partners, who wil Ifur
nish $10,000 or $12,000 capital; head office
in : New York • city; business ia : monopoly
throughout the world ; for : seventeen ; years";
I dividend 173 per cent on capital ; | references j
given and required. ■ Address Lock Box 82.
Grafton. Dak. 102-108
.-'-,.. '. MUSICAL.. "
MUSIC . LESSONS— On : different instru : . : ;
. ments; . terms ; reasonable.' ■ 127 : East;
■Eighth.X:.l':.---Vv-".',- •"-■■'■■--■:•-■:«-■■■:•'•-■-■■■•.•■, 94-113
PIANO— For sale, a new upright - piano" at
634 St% Peter st. ; owner • leaving city *V
; call evenings. :--:-£-r ■■■" 'v-.'-iy'V-: ;-:-.- {.v^lOuT
PIANO TUNING— prompt,' first-Class
fJL-sA' work leave ■ orders at .Whitney's ' music
store j: East Third st. ■■- '-'■. ; ;.* ; ; ; . 346* \
PIANOS tuned $1; repairing at i moderate ■ i
."-Ir-" \ terms ; *r- first-class > work h guaranteed.'^ '.
Samuel Crutchett. 205 West Sixth st. 76-10 7;. |
: _. A-J\Ai. FOR REST. - : ;
'. ; .- *~: ' .-,. ;-/'.- Houses.
RICK BUILDING— For rent, in ; the
% center of the city, a new four-story brick
building with forty-one rooms," thirty-five of ;
I which | are ( furnished | and I rented ; : : ground |
floor is a 'large room suitable for restaurant,''
. kitchen, storeroom, ;; cellar, etc.; :.' gas - and
• steam heating all through : furniture will be i |
: sold I and I building rented I reasonable -~ In
, quire Kief er block, room 3. 190 East Seventh ;
'»[.■:',.:>;;'■;:,-:; --:-- :.:..: - 106-112
COTTAGE FOR RENT— By May 1, nice
.: cottage, 457 : Laurel ay. ; city water and -
j all conveniences. Inquire 429 Ashland r ay.
[/■■■■"■J.-r ■'■':.. .: 105-107 '; ; ;■.. : : -:.L'- -
FLATS— rent, June 1. one six-room flat
;:- furnished: ~ one eight-room a flat, fu n-,
furnished, i. and ": one eight-room ~ flat, '-". fur
,nished, from June lto Oct." 1 ; all steam heat,
baths, hot ";. water, electric . bells," ; and ; all ;
'modern improvements; cat ■ 562 - St. « Peter
| st. Call . at 28 East Fourth st. v M. D. Miller.
!■■/.---■--- -'■■"--■-_ - -102-115 .;--. '.:::r~-< ■-■::,,
FURNISHED, HOUSE on Ramsey St. ; all
I : ' modern improvements. Inquire Cardozo
Bros., corner Fifth and Jackson sts. 102-108 :
HOUSE— Very desirable ten-room house,
V with , all- modern conveniences, ten
minutes' from business center. C. J. McCon
ville. Finch, Van Slyck & Co., Fourth and
Sibley; sts. ;■'..■ : ] .'■'.'.'.■■ --■ -, 106-108
HOUSE— rent, an 8-room house on St."
■• Anthony ; Hill; " possession i given by
May 1. Inquire or address 598 - Carroll st.
; 106-107 ~
HOUSE— For rent, May 1, three-story brick
': house, No. 5S Tilton ; St., eleven rooms,
bath, laundry and all modern improvements.
Apply to Herbert W. Brown, 5/ Iglehart st
r; : :- 106-112 ■ ■ '. yj"-;. ::
HOUSE— to rent, seven or eight
room house; must ' have bath room.
Address Ticket Agent, 193 East Third st. 107
HOUSE— house at 212 Fuller :
•■ St., corner of Summit place. Inquire
at 165 Martin st. : V 105-107
HOUSE— eleven rooms, 16 West Ex
change st; city and cistern water; good
cellar and yard; fufnitu-ra for sale. 109-108
HOUSE of nine rooms at Irvine Park from
May 1. Inquire at 87 East Fourth st. ;
.".-. *.- - ■ 101-107 ; i-^'.-y
HOUSES— houses to rent on the West
side. Apply to W. T. Horsnell, corner
Winona and Ohio sts. "' ";•':"*: 106-107
HOUSES— To rent, from Ist May, 10-room
;; house on Pine | st. : modern conven
iences. 'One 6-room on Somerset St.: good
condition: Phalen watei.. James I. Jellett.
room 97, Globe building. 105-107
HOUSES— For rent, tenement louses from
56; 58, §10 and §12 per month. - 254
Commercial st. ■ ; • '. 6**
SMALL house for rent, in good location.
M. D. Miller & Co.. 28 East Fourth st. -■<
. '■■.■ 106-108 ."■' r,: : ■:{■::'
ABASH A ST., 570— For gentlemen;
newly furnished house modern con
veniences; one block above the capitoL
: 106-112 "-•-. '•-. -■:- :
A'-^AI W:.iy ' ; Rooms. ....:■■•
ROADWAY " 533— Large front room,
" nicely furnished ; suitable for two: also
two single rooms; use of bath. 106-107
BROADWAY, 439— rent, two nicely
furnished rooms; private family: refer
ences required. ;; - ... 105-111
CEDAR ST.. 483*-Frontroom; third floor;
.nicely furnished; location central; ref
erences^ ■ . 106-107
CEDAR ST., 506, Opposite Capitol— Suites
of two or - three, i rooms, overlooking
capitol square. •-"■",.■■ 7 " 106-107
CENTRAL AY., 32 WEST— Furnished
front room for single gentleman. 106-107
COLLEGE AY.. 20— Pleasant furnished
rooms for gentlemen ; modern improve
ments. : '." 109
EIGHTH ST., 275. EAST— rent, one
front parlor, with or without board ; one
room, suitable for two; one single room.
;■;.'.. .- ■-' 106-112
EXCHANGE ST., 415, NORTH— A fur
nished rout room ; good size. 106-112
EXCHANGE ANO FIETH STS.— Nicely
: furnished rooms. .:.'..., 106-107
FIFTH ST., 143, WEST— furnished
front room, with board," for two gentle
men. -■.:■■. 103-109
AT— For rent, furnished flat of tour
rooms for six months ; centrally located.
Address C H M, Globe. 102-107
IGLEHART ST. 5 Furnished room tor
one or two gentlemen ; bath. . 101-107:
ARIA AY., 259— Two furnished rooms.
--■;.'. 102-107
NINTH ST., 266, EAST— Booms to let to
r gentlemen. ' 105-111.
ROOM— rent, a suite or single I fur .
nished j rooms ;in clean, new cottage ;
White Bear, for the season adjoining the
Willliams and Chautauqua hotels. Address
X. C, Globe, y *.•;:;•; ■-■■:■',■• / f. 106-107
ROOM-MATE— Wanted, gentleman room
';. mate, at 211 Pearl st. .'■*•'." '.:■? " ; „. .. 107
SEVENTH ST., Corner Minnesota—
£3 . don block,' rooms on three floors: new
furniture, carpets and . draperies. Boom 21.
; .",•-.-. ■.-. v 105-111
SEVENTH ST., 335— Nicely furnished
front parlor and bedroom suite, suitable
for two or three gentlemen ; rent very rea
souable. . ■ r . . 105-108
SEVENTH ST., 224 WEST— . nicely
furnished - room ; suitable " for two gen
tlemen,"hot and cold water and use of bath;
also two rooms, one an ' alcove, ' beautifully
: furnished, six windows, faces two streets,one
minutes' walk .Seven corners; heat fur
.nished, two gentlemen.-. ,.'-. .101-108
SIXTH ST., : 26, - EAST— For . rent,- two
rooms, furnished, one §5 and one 56.50
. per month. ■ ' ; " 106-107
SPRUCE ST., 231— rent,; nicely rur
nished rooms ; suitable . for two; use of
bath. _■'.: ■■-„-" ■..•■..■■ ■■;-■■■-■■ 106-107
SUMMIT i AY., .75 . and 77— *' The Park
Place:" rooms single and en suite; 6
o'clock dinners. , : : : '.A .: 106-107
THIRD ST.. 151, WEST— nicely :
furnished front rooms to rent; second
floor. * .' . '. :■■. 106-112
WACOUTAST., 551— Furnished room;
\\ ; central; lower town; private family
references required. ...,.-,;- .105-107
■ j / 'A A.. ■'■:■'? Stores. : '-",'- ■'-"'■ ■ '..'•
STORE FOR RENT— First-Class store on
West : Seventh st., .in third block above
Seven corners; splendid, location for dry
goods, grocery, boots j and shoes, or other re
tail business. ' William G. Robertson, Drake
block. 180 East Third st. •■ ' . "; 106 112
TORE FOR RENT— Publishing
| company, 54 West Third st- 106-107
STORE FOR RENT at 116 East Third st.
. near Robert ' Inquire on premises.
:■;:;'.:■- ..,,-- 106-103 -■■■■ . ■ .-:.■,- -' '-"-
TORE- AND DWELLING For Rent—
268 Rice st. . - 106-107
STOKE— For rent, store corner of Kent st.
and St Anthony ay. ; $25 per month. J.
W. McClung & '•■- Son, 57 . National | German
American Bank block. ■-: 106-110
STORE— For rent, brick store; also flat of
five rooms ; on Broadway, ; near Grove.
Inquire 507 Wabasha street. 106-107
STORE— One-half of an elegant store ; well
lighted; suitable - for any business. 24
East Third St., - ■ 106-112
STORE— Store with large, light basement,
suitable for dry goods, crockery, clothing
or grocery. Forepaugh building at Seven
corners. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st
...'. ; . .: ■-. ..-•■■'■■ ■..';;. ■';■"■'■ 106-112:
STORE— Cigar and confectionery, store for
sale, cheap, Call at 58 East Fourth st
; .. ;-'■■■ -'■■■ /.; 102-107 " V^'.--':
STORES — Two ■■ stores, with basements,
about 22x70 feet, in brick block, Seventh
st, corner Exchange st Also two stores,'
same block, on Exchange st. Apply to J. K.
Hoffman, Gilflllan block, 800in*,53. 106-108
T . : v :;";. -.'. Office?*. - ..... .',. / . ,■ .
>jC*OR RENT— room, ground floor,
,>_- corner Fourth and Jackson. Inquire of
„'D. H. Michaud, 333 Jackson st. ; 106-111
ffYFFICES-316 and 318 Jackson st.for rent
XJ.'on. second floor, large, well-lighted room,:
suitable for one ■ or more ■: offices. : Apply at
St. Paul Trust company. - 104-110
; /"OFFICES ■- and desk . room for rent, very
"vi/ desirable, in Imy new building, 28 and
1-30 East Fourth st. N. E. Frost, ; Room 10,
Frost Block. :;:";:: .--...■ 103-107
'^■.' .-■ '"' Jtlisoellnneoufe. , : .-.: " ,* ;:
UILDING— For rent, from May 1, build
. ing. corner Third and Exchange. Maj.
J. Kelliher. 166 Summit ay. 102-115
% rjUILDING— For - rent, 3-story '; building,
Xj suitable for manufacturing or storage
' purposes.' -Call at 254 Commercial st. 60* ;
IRON FOUNDRY— For rent, iron foundry
on Franklin, near Eagle st. Maj. J. Kelli
her, 166 Summit ay. 102-115
BOABD^WAHTED. :
BOARD— Young lady desires a home in a
family : vicinity St Mary's church. Ad
dress F 67. Globe. '. ,r • 106-107
BOARD— By man ' and wife 'in ' private
!< family, t within reasonable distance : of .
postoffice ; boarding-house keepers need not
answer. '',; Address HE, Globe office. -■.-* 107 J
RIVATE FAMILIES and others • want- ;
r ing boarders, leave address with North
western Agency, 136 Fourth. - .-:- ■ • 106 il2
. ggg WORKS. :
L. JAMIESON * CO.'S Steam Dye :
. Works— Gents" clothing V a specialty.
14 West Sixth St.. St. Paul. Minn. 7 ;-■;-;. 134*
- LADIES' old hats made over equal to new: [
' J_ .; dyed,' reshaped ; ostrich feathers cleaned
: and dyed ; to match % dress trimmings by i the '
' only experts ins the Twin Cities. A Hayes &
Hayes, 3C'i,2 West Third, up stairs. : 106-107
:'■■'■•'. AUCTION SALES. I A-A.A
■AAA %A. 3*l.' Doherty, Auctioneer. -:
51 East Fourth st,' St Paul, Minn. : : ~A_
FINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT
: Auction— l will sell 'at * auction at the
residence flat. 657 East : Seventh st (second ■
floor, right hand entrance), all the furniture
of seven rooms, consisting of fine parlor
suite ;of six pieces, bedroom, kitchen and ,
dining room furniture, ; crockery,' glassware,
Brussels and ingrain carpets, etc. ; this , fur
niture is all nearly new and in splendid con
dition, and ;is worthy of the * attention of
those in search of good goods ; the sale will
commence at 10 in the forenoon of Monday,
April 16 : be on hand early. . : A. M. ■ Doherty,
Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st 106-107
FINE FURNITURE AT AUCTION— I
.will sell at auction on Tuesday, April 17,
commencing at 10 o'clock in > the . forenoon,
at the residence, No. 536 Broadway, a I very
fine lot of household goods, consisting of fine
parlor, bedroom, ;, kitchen . and | dining room
furniture, carpets, crockery, B tin ; and i glass- -
ware, bedding, j etc., etc. \ This sale should
call j forth : a very ., large ) attendance, as the
furniture 'is J somewhat -. above the medium '
grade. The store building will ;be for rent
after this date. * For particulars apply to Mc-
Cauley Bros., 83 and 85 East Sixth st. A. M. :
Doherty, Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st.
... .106-108 . :
INE AND. VALUABLE PROPERTY
-at Auction.— l will sell at auction on the
premises.on Blair St., near the corner of Aran- ' .
del st, on Saturday, April 21. at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon sharp, a good , lot 40x125 feet
with good double : tenement of about twenty j
rooms. 1 This property will readily rent and
pay '. the ■ investor - a good return - on his ■
purchase, the property being close to many
of the ' important - enterprises in the city,
among which may be mentioned the St.:
Paul • Iron " Foundry, Elevator ;- li B," .:- the
Manitoba Shops and others. The terms aud '
conditions of sale will be made known on
the grounds on the day of sale. For further
particulars call on or uddress A. M. Doherty,
Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st. 106-112
GOOD HOUSE AND LOT AT . AUC
: tion— will sell at auction on the prem
ises, on Saturday, April 21. at ( 2:30 p. m., a
neat little cottage of seven rooms, together
with a good lot, 40x120 feet, situated on
.North Carolina street near the Como avenue
depot of the Manitoba road.- This property
is very desirable "■ for a < man of modeiate '
means, and should call forth a large number
of bidders, as the I circumstances . of the sale
are such that the property must.be sold on
the day mentioned. ;. The . terms of sale will
be made known on the ■ grounds. A. M.
Doherty, Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st.
106-112 .■':.. -- ;
Weber & Fairchild. Auctioneers,
34 East Seventh st
FURNITURE AT AUCTION— We will
sell on Tuesday, April 17, at 10 o'clock,
all the furniture in the residence No. 200
Ellen St., consisting in part of one red
plush set, one fine black walnut marble top
chamber set, oak and -other sets, red plush
easy . chair, center table, chairs, rockers,
hanging lamps, pictures, chiffonier, ex
tension and other tables, woven wire spring
mattresses, quilts, blankets. Singer sewing
machine, carpets, rugs and mats, clocks,
patent rocker, heating stoves, cook stove,
silverware, crockery and glassware, toilet
sets, kitchen utensils, etc. - Ellen street is the
first street north of University ay. The house
is about one and a half blocks west of Rice
st Weber & Fairchild, Auctioneers.
106-108 '
Fox _ Kory, Auctioneers.
FOX & KORY, auction and commission
house, 181 East Seventh St., buy bank
rupt stocks of general merchandise for cash,
make sales of , real ;- estate and household '
goods; liberal ; advances made on consign
ments and prompt returns made. A. Kory,
auctioneer. 105*
miscellaneous.
ADVANCES made on goods in storage, .
loans given on all articles of value, con
signments solicited; furniture, pianos, glass,
china pictures, etc., bought, sold or ex
changed, packed, removed.stored or shipped ;
auctions sales at mart ; open daily to receive
feneral merchandise and : household goods
or sale or storage; goods to any amount pur
chased for cash ; £ auction sales made at pri
vate residences in town or country; carpet
cleaning. Sansomes' Auction, Storage &
Forwarding Company, 232 East Seventh st.
412-414 Sibley St.. St. Paul, Minn. v 49*
AWNINGS, tents; bags, cots, hammocks,
canvas covers, etc. J. M. Bosscll, 190
East Fifth st. 82-108
LEAN YOUR CARPETS— If you want
this done in a satisfactory manner tele
phone (840-5) to William E. ' Helps' Carpet
Cleaning works, 580 Robert st. 106-109
MASSAGE— Massage and mechanical
movements ; also vapor baths.by George
M. House, 373 Washington st. north, St.
Paul. 106-112
PERSONS ' wishing :to dispose of their
business can advertise with great liabil
ity of finding a purchaser. Note our adver
tising sheet, which .is in ' circulation. The
Advertising Directory, 78 East ' Seventh st.
Room 8.-: ■■."•■•:\ < -r : .--- ;. 106-107
SHORTHAND and typewriting of all
.'. kinds " done perfectly on . short ' notice ; :
stenographers furnished. Miss J. ■D. Hess,
68 and 69, Union Block. 85-114
STOREHOUSE— Fred Lehmann, . 220
Western ay., will : store your stoves: best
of care taken at lowest prices : stoves called .
for, stored, polished . and put back in place
without any trouble to owner. 101 107.
WANTED— A small family to go halves in
: clean cottage house at White Bear, for
the season; expense moderate -and every
thing gilt edge. Address D 56, Globe.
-„...-..;- -- ■ • 106-107 -:■. - • -•■;-
WINDOW guards, desk rails, elevator
guards, gravel screens, and all kinds
of wire work by R. G. Brittou, 290 i Jackson .
St. ' 100-107
; REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. ;,
Miscellaneous City List, . :
ARM LANDS in Cass, Griggs, Steele and
La Moure counties, Dakota,for sale very
cheap. Address Box 1667, Brainerd, Minn.
105-107 ,-•;■■--.:.
FOR SALE— My residence, 144 Nina ay;
.'" 14 rooms and all modern improvements;
good stable; lot 50x159 feet, with alley.
William G. Robertson, Drake block, 180 East
Third st ' „"„ y . -106-110
HOUSE— For sale, new house of nine
rooms, with bath, on fifty-foot lot; ele
gantly finished throughout; all modern
improvement; : Laurel avenue. AddresssA
63, Globe. .106-108
LOTS, BLOCKS, ACRES in Midway dis
trict, cheap for cash by owner, D. H.
Hunt. St. Anthony Park. 103-109
(l-IO nniV- FOR THREE ACRES
•41>.1/*Va)L/L/Uat Hamline ; subdivides beau
tifully: clear; abstract ; view of both cities;
beautiful land with grove. O. B. Harris,
Mannheimer block. - " : ■ 10 ..
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— first
. class roller : flour mill for sale -or ex
change; machinery new and improved; Min
neapolis or * St. Paul property preferred.
George A. Clarke, Mankato. 105-107
TO EXCHANGE— A first mortgage note
A . and two clear lots to exchange for house .
and lot worth about $2,500 ; no objection to
small mortgage. Address H 96, Globe.
■■;■■"■,'■'. 106-107
TO EXCHANGE— Fine lots in a prosper
. ous city for new or good second-hand
household furniture. Address 11 43, Globe.
■;•:■■ - - 103-108 '■;•-'-■■
WANTED— mill plant for job
: bing shop, in exchange for property in )
the best resident portion of Brainerd, Minn.
Address Box 1221: Duluth. Minn. - 103-108
LOST ASP FOUND.
LOST— Small neck chain: E. to H. ou
locket; return to S3 East Fourth st.,and
receive reward. ' : 107
OCKETBOOK LOST— AII alligator skin
pocketbook containing some receipts
from P. O'Regan, market master. Return to
Stall -9, market house, and receive reward. " .
■■•■> ■■-.--■-• 106-107 ; "■■■■- :• -
STRAYED— Dark ' bay 3-year-old mare
colt, slim built, rough-haired and quite -
wild. v Will pay reward : for information, or
her return to Williams & Pennington, 103
East Fourth st. ■■'■--■■ 107- 109
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY : OF \ ■
■-. Ramsey— ss. In Probate Court. Special
Term, April 12, 1888.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas C.
Healy, deceased .
- On l reading and : filing the petition ■'■ of :
Lawrence C. Healy, of the : county .of Hart
ford, Connnecticut r>. representing, ■;- among
other things, that Thomas 0. Healy, late of \
' said county of Hartford, in said state of Con
necticut, on the lSthday-of November, A.
D., 1859, at Thompson ville,' died intestate,
and leaving at the time of his death goods,
chattels and estate within this county, and : :
that the said petitioner is the son of . said de- ,
: ceased, and praying that I administration of
said ; estate .be to :'•. some suitable . person '
granted; .
- It is ordered that said petition be heard be -
fore the judge of this court, on 1 Monday, the "
; 14th day ot May, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock a.
m.; at the Probate Court room in St" Paul, in
said county. ■ V / -, .-;v-, -'.". -".-.• ..
-. Ordered further, that notice thereof be giv
en 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, on- Monday . of each,
week, in I the I St. Paul : Daii.t Globe, a daily
newspaper printed and published at St. Paul,
in said county. V . •- : ' ':'. : . . ■ . /.J. -: -^."~
By the Court, ." '".-.. . , ' s
[l. $.].«■« E. S. GORMAN," Judge of Probate.
;.-.: Attest: i Fbaxk Robebt, Ja., Clerk. . _ .< .
Unihinn like it anywhere, ' " "
nOW ing Eea a the list of Wants with care
I •'.'>■■ :■:'■■? WAUTED TO BUT. : ,
DEBKICK— Wanted, for ; cash a second
hand derrick tor use in stone quarry;
must be in good order. ; J 66, Globe. 106-108
•\ 17 ANTED TO BUY cheap for cash, good
' VV r second hand phaeton. Address B. B.
X., Globe, .-v.-'.. ■ 106-109
UNITED STATES - MARSHAL SALE—
United ; States of America, District of
Minnesota— ss.. r -; -:;':-... : :.. ... -*•"".,"
: -Under and by virtue of au execution issued
out of and under the seal of the district court
of the United States for I the district of Min
nesota, upon a judgment rendered and dock
eted on the third day of June," A. D. 1884, in
a suit wherein the United States of America
is plaintiff and tne Duluth | Iron ". Company is
defendant,' ' in - favor :• of said ' plaintiff and
against said defendant, for the sum of four
thousand - two * hundred - thirty-seven - ; and
43-100 (4.237 43-100) dollars, with interest
from rendition," and the costs, and .- to me di
rected and ■ delivered,". I - did '•■ on the —of
April, A. D. 1888. levy upon and seize as the
property ot the defendant, the Duluth Iron
Company, the I following described real es
tate, situated in the city of Duluth, described
as follows : ' •
Lot numbered two (2], in the first subdi- .
vision of Rice's Point, in the village of Du
luth, county of St, Louis and state of Minne
sota, according to the recorded plat thereof,
containing twenty-four (24) acres of land, be
the same more or -less ; . also that certain lot
or ..parcel of land described as fol
lows :-' '• The ■ west ' one-half (Va) ' of
the northwest one-quarter (Vi) of .
section numbered ten (10) of township
numbered forty-seven (47) of range * num
bered eighteen (18), containing eighty (80)
acres, be the same more <or t less : also that
certain lot or parcel of land described as fol
lows, that is to say : the south one-half (V**) of
' the northwest ; quarter (Vi), and lot num
bered three (3) of section numbered two (2)
of township numbered , forty-seven (47) of
range : numbered eighteen (18), containing
one hundred sixteen and three one-hun
dredths (110 3-100) acres, be the same more
or less ; also the ' following described ; lot or
parcel of land, that is to say: so much of the
south one-half (Vi) of the southwest one
quarter 1,14) of the northwest one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered nine (9) of town
ship numbered forty-seven (47) of
range numbered eighteen (18) as lies east of
a line parallel to and one hundred (1001 feet
east of the center of tbe main line of the St.
Paul & Duluth railroad, as it is at present lo
cated, containing fifteen (15) acres, be the
same more or less ; also that certain lot or
parcel of land described as follows, that is to
say: so much of the south ; one-half (ti) of
tho northwest one-quarter (Vi) of the north
east one-quarter of section numbered nine
teen (19) of township numbered forty-seven
(47) of range numbered eighteen (18) as
lies east of a line parallel to and
one huudred (100) feet east from the center
line of the main line of the said St. Panl & Du
luth railroad, containing eight (8) acres,* he
the same more or less; also the following
described lot or parcel of land, that is to say:
The northeast one-quarter (Vi) of the south
west one-quarter of the northeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered nineteen (19) of
township numbered forty seven (47) of
range numbered eighteen (18), containing
ten (10) acres, be the same more or less;
also that certain lot or . parcel of land de
scribed as follows, that is to say: the south
east one-quarter (Vi) of northeast one
quarter ana the northeast one-quarter of the
southeast one-qnaater (Vi) of section num
bered fourteen (14) of township numbered
forty-five (45), of, range numbered twenty
(20), containing in the whole eighty (80)
acres, be the same more or less; also the fol
lowing described lot or parcel of . land, that
is to say : all the right, title and interest of
the Duluth Iron company in and to all of
section numbered - one (1) and the. south
one-half (V 2) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of .section numbered two (2); also all
of section ■ numbered three (3), and the
southeast one-quarter (Vi) of the
southeast one-quarter (1,4) of sec
tion numbered four (4) ; also all
of section numbered nine (9) and the north
east one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast one
quarter and the south one-half (Vi) of the
southeast one-quarter of section numbered
ten (10); also, all of section numbered
eleven (11) and the northwest one-quarter
(Vi) of the northwest one-quarter (Vi) of sec
tion numbered twelve (12); also, all of sec
tion thirteen (13) and lot numbered seven
(7) and lot numbered eight (8) of section
numbered fourteen (14) ; also, all of section
numbered fifteen (15), and all of section
numbered twenty-one (21) ; also, the south
west one-quarter )ty) of the southwest one
quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty-two
(22) ; also, all ot section numbered twenty
three (23), all of section numbered twenty
five (25), and all of section numbered twen
ty-seven (27), section numbered twenty-nine
(2D), in township numbered forty-five (45),
of range numbered twenty (20) ; also, all of
ots numbered one (1), two (2), three (3), five
(5), six (6) and seven (7), and the southeast
one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered . five (5), and the
southeast one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast
one-quarter (Vi) of section numbered eight
(8), and lots numbered four (4) and six (0) ;
also, the southwest one-quarter : (Vi) of the
southwest one quarter (Vi) of section num
bered nine (9) ; also,all of section nnmbered
nineteen (19), and lot numbered three (3)
of section numbered twenty (20) also all of
section numbered twenty-nine (29) of town
ship numbered forty-five (45) of range num
bered . nineteen (19) ; : also township num
bered - forty-seven (47) of , range numbered
eighteen (18) described as follows, that is to
ay: beginning at the north line of said
ownship number forty-seven i>7 )and end
ing at the north line of section numbered
twenty-five (25) ; also all of section numbered
one (1) and the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
' cction numbered three (3) ; also the northwest
one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi); also the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
the southwest one-quarter (Vi) of section
numbered three (3) ; also the southeast one
quarter (ty)and the northwest one-quarter(ty)
of section numbered five (5) ; also the north
one-half (%) and the northwest one-quarter
Vi) of section numbered seven (7) ; also the
■ north one-half (Vi) and the southeast one
quarter (Vi) of section ncmbered eight (8) ;
also the northeast one-quarter (Vi) of
the southeast , one-quarter (Vi) of section
numbered ten (10) ;: also the ; south one
half (Vi*) of section unmbered eleven
(11); also the south one-half (Va)
of the northwest one-quarter (Vi) ; also the
northwest one-quarter (Vi) of the southwest
' one.quarter (Vi) of section numbered twelve
(12) ; also section numbered thirteen (13) and
the north one-half (Ms) of the northwest one
quarter of section numbered fourteen (14) ;
also the - south one-half (V 2) of section num
bered: fifteen (15) ; also the northeast one
quarter (Vi) and tbe southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of the northwest one-quarter (Vi) of sec
tion numbered fifteen (la) ; also the south
one-half (Vi) of the - southeast one-quarter
( Vi) of section numbered seventeen (17);
also the south one-half (Vi) and the north
west one-quarter (Vi) of section numbered
nineteen (19) ; also the east one-half (Vi) of
the southeast one-quarter. (Vi); also the
southwest one-quarter (Vi) of the southeast
one-quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty
(20) ; also the west one-half (Vi) and west
one-half (Vi) of the southeast one-quarter
(Vi) of section numbered twenty-one (21);
also the whole . of section numbered twenty
three (23) : also the west one-half (Vi) of the
southwest one-quarter (Vi) . and the south
east one quarter (Vi) of ■ the southwest one
quarter (Vi) of section numbered twenty
four (24) ; also the east one-half (Vi) of the
northwest one-quarter (Vi), and the east one
half (V») of the southwest one-quarter (Vi) of
section numbered ten (10). township num
bered - forty-seven (47), range numbered
eighteen (18), in Carlton county.
Notice is hereby given that I will sell all
the right, title arid interest of the above
named - defendant in . ana to the above-de
scribed real ' estate at • public aution, at the
front entrance to the , court house, in the
city of St. Paul, on -Thursday, the 31st day
of May, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock of said day,
lo the'highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said
execution with interest and costs. ■
' W. M. CAMPBELL,
United States Marshal.
GEbnoE N. Baxter, -•
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at St. Paul. Minn.. April 14tli.T888.
'" ; ADVERTISED. ~~
List of Unclaimed Letters Re
maining in . the Postoffice, St.
Paul, Minn., April 1838.
Free delivery of letters by carriers at the ,
residence of • owners may be secured by ob
serving the following rules:
First— plainly to the street and num
. ber of the house. v ' -
Second— Head letters with the writer's full
address,' including street and number, and
request answers to be directed accordingly.
Third— Letters to strangers or transient vis
itors in the city, whose special address may .
.be unknown, should be marked in the left
hand corner," "Transient."; ; This will pic
vent their being delivered to persons of the
same or similar names. "
: Fourth— Place the postage stamp on the
upper right hand corner and leave space be
tween the ; stamp and directions for post
marking without defacing the writing. •
--. Persons calling for letters in this list will
please say they are advertised ; otherwise .
they will not receive them. . ':•'-'
';. .; WILLIAM LEE, Postmaster.
AdbergeAnnaO Anderson Ola :
dams Bros Editor Andvotes Anton
Aiding Charles /Andrew Nicholas
Alexander Jacob Andrews Jno P
Alliance Insurance- Andrews Miss Addle
Allison Miss Mathilda Andrews Thomas
r Allison TA • : " Andrews Nelson P -
Akison Peter; : Andrews Wm ;'":-■ •
Anderson David Ange Louis - •''■'"
Anderson Alice L : Anniger Richard
Anderson Anna ' .; Arthur J C 1 ._
■Anderson Valentine Arwedson Axel
Anderson Christina Ashley Wm II . ,
'Anderson August '"_*Asbmore 9D ■ ■
Anderson Edward v Asken D C
-Anderson Gust. . Asleson Rosy
Anderson ">*.; Aszman Ed D <-"-■>'-
Anderson Chas . , ... AsmonsonNieolas
Anderson Andrew P .Asmunson John. •
Anderson Oscar : - A Atchison Frank W. > "-.
Anderson Ben . ; Auhermau Emma '. : '",
Anderson Chas 8 , A tired Carl "
•Anderson Selma . : ' Auselmenb Ferdinand
Anderson Miss Frank Austin da-, C
; Anderson Chas Antoll Dan U
Anderson Miss Jose
7
Baker Harry B Blair EE
antz Peter - — ; Blanchard Emma
Bantz Barbara ■ Blashfield DO
Bantz Dora - - >•-•'*' Blatz Miss Clara "- '
Barbour IK Bollden John
Bardo John --"-"• Brand W E ' ■
Barnett Mrs I A M .' Braw George
Barney John r " Bruhins & Co
Bohlkey Hainan ; Brown Thos W
Beck Edwin Brown Andrew.
Beihle John - - - Brown David
Bennell Lizzie M- ... Brown Wm :
Bennett Miss Lizzie .' • Bryant Miss Oussio
Berg Chas Bugel Thomas
BergHulda '•'■? • Bull J C
Berthume Jos Burcheim Charles
Birdan Mrs H Burnes George
Blake May E Burton Ii C
Blackford Mrs Sophia Butterfield Lee n
Black well Charles , Burtjes P
Calhoun Miss Gusie Coburn John
arbine Miss Jennie Cole Mrs Kiniliue
Carlson J Combs II A
(air Josephine M Connolly Pierce
Casey Miss Maggie Coon Dan
Chambers John CosgroveM J
Chomard Mrs Esta • ■ Crane Chas A
Church Henry Christenston Katie
Cliff William .'■■
Dahl Martin J Domson Mrs Geo
ail Miss Mary - Dorr Mrs Jas
Dalezal J ; Doyle Richard
Darling W L Dronin P L
Darling L Dennis I
Davinson W L Dulley D L
Deamn Peter Dunlan NVm P
De Shanett Miss Josie Dunn (has 2
Denison Mrs MA.: Dunning C B
Dickson Miss Mary , Dye Andrew
Donehue Miss Mollie Dykins Miss Mary
gan B F England Albert '
lliot.moll Erickson A '"q*j3i»-fe-J
Elliott Mrs GH Etherid«e Chris
Ellis Samea Evans Miss Agness
Embeck F B Evans H
Emerson L A -:-'.-:
agg ChasE Foat Ed "■ "
edder Albert Folsom Moses
Feeley Jobn Forrester C B
Fogies John Frain A X
Fisher Miss Mary Freeman Ellen
Fisher C II Frood T II
Fitzgerald George Fuller James
arbe Mr Gray (has II "
ardner Geo B Gray A U
Gawin Wm Green Lester
Geddes D II Griggs Wm
Germain Hubert Gross .1 .1
Gore Thos S > . Guilford ('has A
Gould Mrs Gustavson I „
Graff ED _j- ■
Hall Richard llcllara Gertie
amilton B F Hicks B M
Hammer Johaness Hildebrant Ferdinand
Hamphshire J II Hofer Miss Meliuo
Harding Geo -."■• Hotel Miss Anna
Harrigau J M ■ Holmes Ole J
Harrington J L Hoisted J A
Harris .Miss Mary Holt Marrion
Harris Mrs Alice Houghett i tins
Harrison Ester Howard Mary
Harrison Jno P Hunafer John
Harvey Jos -Hiiro Bishop
Heath Truebeart . Huron Daniel (i
Trwin Mrs S
Jacobsou Ola Johnson Allen
acobson Joban G - Johnson o L
Jaegger Frank * Johnson Eric
JenigorDr(2) Johnson I
Johnson 8 M • Johnson James P
Johnson A B Jones Chas I
Johnson A C
Kaiser Miss Lizzie Kimbro John
arp Mrs Maggie 2 Kruise Maria
Keller Thomas Klein Ph
Kelm Herman Kletzke Pauline
Kelter Thomas Klingman Mrs M
Kemlon Miss Jennie Kolliuger Theresie
Kerwin Peter J Krigler Will
Kimball A E ■ - - -
Lambskins 11 E Lilley Chas *-.
iindshut Frantz Lindstrom X F
Laport&Co - ; Litchfvheld & Brow-
Larson Miss Cory nell
Lawrence Miss Sada Long Mrs Mary
Lemars Oliver Lounberg A C
Levy John Lucas P
Lewis G M _
McCabe James Mellette John J
cCarthy Edward Merrill Miss ({race
McDonahl Norman j Meseroy F L
McDonough Mathias Meyer Adolph
McDougall Hugh A Miller Miss Rattle
McFarland Wm MishoMary
McGowu It Mitchell A C
McGowau Miss NancyMoran John 2
Mclntiro Miss Alice Morris Dr II 2
Mclntyre Mrs Julia Morrison Miss Nettie
Mclntire James Mortensou Martin
McLochill .las Mulchey it I
Mackewin Daniel Mullen J C
MauhiinerE J Muller Jobann
HenryMMonson Will J
Marsh Mrs ME Murphy Miss M J.
Martin Miss Kate ' Myars Miss Blanche
Mastin Wm ■ ■; ,-■ - '
Neidl John Northwestern Mutua
icholson Mrs L Live Stock Ass
Nlcol David Nygreu O Q
Noakes Miss Nelly Nyquist Gust
Nolander Lars
O'Hara Miss Sarah Olsson Svan
hrup Miss Mary O'Neil James
Olson N Orr Miss Mary
Olson Miss Annie M 2 Owens Miss Nellie
Olsson 8 Owens Mrs ......
Patridge Miss Mary J Pickens Dennis
auison Wm Pool Miss Emma
Pease Mrs E the O Pope Mrs (, 8
Pennie Miss Helen Porter Miss Grace
Person Teodor -. Pratt Emery
Pepper Mrs Fannle Prescott Miss Minnio
Petterson Thomas J Preston I M 2, ;
Peiterson Gustuf Primmer Mrs" Eliza*
Petterson S . beth
uinby nil John
Raburn Miss Ristad Miss Anna
andall D . . Rogers Mrs Eliza .
Rasmusen Jorgcn Rogers Geo D .
Kathman C Robe Mrs Alice M
Reed Lee S. '. , Roper Geo W
Reed Wm Ross Mrs Laurie
Reeves Mrs M L 2 Ruby Geo
Reis Nicolis Dahlam Russell Geo A 2
Rice Miss Bldie A Russell Miss Mary
Hideout Joslmway
St German Alphone Smith D 8
ackett, Wiggins & Smith C T
Co Smith Miss Ida May
SamuelsonCV Smith Wm G
Sanders SH SnappCJ
Schaw Mrs Geo • Snover Allen
Schneider Johannes Snyder Mrs Nellie
ScnolttNels •• ■-.".: SonnenCJ
Schroeder Miss Tinle Sparks Alvln i
Schulser Chas Spooner Frank II 2
Sennits Fredrick StahrOtto
Scott Miss Jessie "' Stapf Henry
Scott Geo H Staples Miss L
Selby Mr and Mrs Stephens Mi ss E J
SempfGustaf • Stevenson Miss Lonnie
Shannon Edward Stlbkovltz Miss Mary
Sheldon A X Stllwell Mrs Mary
Siemens Abram . Straarup Mrs Sara
Slmenson John 8 Strauss Ferdinand
SiemandsMiss Bertha Strusc J •
Slocum W 8 Sumuller Mrs Boffie
Smith A '< Svanbom Mrs Selma
SimthMrsAddie •■■.-..
rf'auk Line Cooper-Tibba G M
X age Co "..-" TisledyM
Taylor J B Tobin P J
Tc'rnll Wm B , Topp Do llle
Therenee L J Torpey W . ,''.'. .
Tholey L . Towell Mrs Nannie J
Thompson Amos . Tuelle 11)1 .
Thomson Nellie Tuor Jos B
Thomberg Chas. Twist Annie .
Valerius Gerhard Vilnndra Delia
enn Theodor - Vogcl Josephine
Wagner Miss Mary West EC ""
A ■ Wilkinson Miss Mattie
Wagner Dr A — ' Williams Mrs
Wagner L P Willett Lew II
Wagner Mary Williams Miss G B
Walworth Fred -' Wilson Mrs E
■'/Yard Miss Alice Wiseman W A
Warner Chas Dudly Wiseman A
Warner Miss M. Woodard Albert P
Warren II C '. . ' Wold Jens 8
WanscharaA Wright Mrs Thomas
Wentgard AN" ... Wulf.lT . ... .;
Wetland John .'. Wycoff LA .
We nnberg Matia ' '■ ..
.yrahelA /
THIRD AND roL'UTU CLASS.
Lanquisl Q . . .
LIST OP UKl'Ain LETTJEISS.
Anderson Charley :•-. Krtccius Adolph
Bergman Karl Lund J
Carlson Chas A 01 ion L 8
Carlson Miss Hannah Olswn Andrew
Johnson John If. • '•• Petterson Po ■ . •
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Order of Court to File Claims.
STATE OF. MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP
Steams— In District Court.
In the matter of the assignment of Vander
vort Bros.. Insolvent. ;
. It appearing to the court that certain cred
itors or the insolvent debtors have not fllwd
their clalm3 with the assignee, J. D. Steven
son; -■''.*.
. It Is ordered that each and every creditor
.who had a lawful claim . or demand against
the insolvent debtors at tho lime of the as*
signment, to-wit: February 17th, 1888, and
who wishes to share in the proceeds of the
property that came into tho hands of said as
signee, file such claim cr demand properly
verified, as required by law, with * the said
assignee, at St. ' Cloud. Mian., on or before
the 18th day of May. 1888. .
It is also ordered that this order bo pub
lished in the St.- Cloud Jonmal-Prots. a
weekly newspaper printed and publlihed in
the city of St. Cloi'd, in said county and
state, for three liueccislvo weeks prior to the
l.")Uiday of May. 1888. and in the St. Paul
Daily Globe, published at St. . Paul, Minn.,
for three successive Issues prior to April 23,
1888; and a copy of lLl= order be served by
mail on each of 'he creditors of said in
solvent debtor***, if ktiorn to the assignee, on
or before the 21st diy <>f April, 1888.
Dated April 13i'i.1*s-s.
_*D B.BEA RLE, District Judge. :
L.R. SwrrT.AHonitY. : •■■■'■-• -■ •
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N. Lj&HNXjN, and TechnlcalCliex
-Ist; Ofiica^tuid'Lab. No. &J6 Jackson
. Street,* St. I'aul, Minn. Personal atteuv
tion -riven to all klnd3 of AssayLujr, Ana
' lyzing and Testing;. Chemistry applied;
tc all arts and manufactures. ...

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