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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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Com (round words count two words, and (every abbreviation counts the same as a full [Word. In Every Case the Money Must Accom pany the Order. MITATIOJiS OFFERED. Male. AGENTS— agents, .male and te uiale. to sell an easy-selling and good article, for Ramsey, Hennepin, Carver, Da kota and Scott counties, Inquire 712 East Seventh st. 141-147 15AKLU— a good bread and cake J baker at D. E. Cameron's, River Falls, tVis. 138-144 BAKiii'it; — A lirst-class white barber wanted; at once; good pay and steodf v. oik. Address J. W. Nelson, box 35. Litch field. Minn. 138-142 BARBER— Young man to run barber shop: only one in town; good oppor ttinitv for right man. Address 11. B. Laugh lin. ri-her. Minn. 138-142 / -n0.... roV— Boy. to do chores for bis v_^ board and lodging at 77 Summit ar. 2 COOK— (White) male, at Ramaley's, 150 and 152 East Fourth st. 2 HORSEMAN— Wanted, young man to take care of horses; wages moderate. Apply 78 East Seventh St., Room 9. 2 MAN — Wanted, single man for general IyX work. Apply at City and County Hos pital between 9' ana 12 a. in. 140-142 MEN— Ten active men of good address. Itl Good pay and good prospects. White Sewing Machine company. 394 Wabasha st. 120-1.55 JjM/Li.-MiEKS wanted at Union laundry. 149 \\ est Third st. 2 CJ HI NO US wanted at corner of Martin O and .lay sis. 2 TONEMIASONS wanted at Park Place. O St. Paul, between College and Summit ays., Cameron A: Son. 142 rinvn CARPENTERS wanted at 004 JL John st. 141-42 \I7ANTEU— Man with $350 cash to take >» an interest in an established office business that will net $15 per week, with in crease in short time. Address B 82, Globe. 111-12 WANTED— Bookkeepers, salesmen, office clerks, collectors, bartenders, coach men, hostlers, drivers, janitors, watchmen, engineers, Bremen, teamsters, etc.. to call and learn our method- of advertising your wants. Advertising Director} - Company, 78 Last Seventh st., Room 9. 141-43 ClKfj riCK MONTH— SS starts you 111 «u?-I«Jw business; county rights free ; send stamp tor catalogue to Patterson Oil Burner company. 2(»7 Canal st.. Chicago. 111. 110-143 ~FiXAACIAI,. A— SI ONEY is loaned by us on improved • real estate security in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth at 0, 0 1 /2, 7. 7% per cent, on short' st notice for any amount. R. M. Newport & Son. investment bankers, 152, 153 and 15! Drake block. St. Paul. 73* INNIiSOTA MORTOAGE LOAN Company Loan from $10 upward ou furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with out removal; also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Maekey, manager. Room 14, First National bank build ing. St. Paul, ana Room 7, Mackey-Lesrg block, Minneapolis. 250* I\ 1 ON i.V LOANED on improved or unim ±»l_ proved city property, at lowest current rates, without delay. Purchase money mort gages bought and sold. Bargains in real es tate. Billiard & Burton, 323 Jackson st. 141-147 MONEY, LOANED on all kinds of per- IVi • Bona! property, household furniture, horses, etc. ; also on diamonds and jewelry; commercial paper discounted. Security Loan Co.. 325 Jackson st., J. E. Flanigan, manager. 162* ONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per soual property, diamonds, jewelry.furni ture, horses, etc.; commercial paper and time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard & Co.. 120 East Third st. 291* MONEY TO LOAN ou real estate, and good first mortgages bought and sold by D. 11. Midland, real estate and loans, 333 Jackson St. 141-147 ONEY TO LOAN on short tune in small amounts on personal property security. L. G. Kilborn, 51 East Fourth st. * 129-59 MONEY TO LOAN— In small or large sums; no delay. J. C. Stout & Co., 324 Jackson st. 113* ONEY TO LOAN— By Hum & Sever auce, 34 East Third st., room I; 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* MONEY TO LOAN on improved and un im proved city property, at usual rates; no delay. Paget & Smith, Boom 49, German- American bank. 73* ONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, irom $1 tip. 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 on diamonds, watches, and all goods of value. Pri vate office for consultation George li. Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82* AT7ANTED TO BORROW for three '» years, live thousand (85,000) dollars at 6 per cent on first-class improved inside residence property, worth five times amount. Address 1), Globe. 141-43 CI (\ ViS, *50, I*loo TO LOAN on tur- Vl" niture, pianos, carriages, horses, rows, 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 '-!. 65* KOAR3P orrKEtt'i). BOARD— Nicest board, pleasant room, pri vate family, bath, etc.; moderate prices; near business; desirable neighborhood. Ad dress 039 Cedar. 140-142 BOARD— room, with board, for three gentlemen. 459 Wabasha St., ad joining V. M. C. A. 142 BOARD— First-class board and newly fur nished rooms, with use of bath and gas. at 3-12 East Eighth st. 136-40 BOARDING —Large finely furnished rooms, both single and en suite, with nil modern improvements: also first-class table board, at 342 East Eighth St. 141-43 CIOLLEOE AY., 22, WEST— Boom and v^ board: modern conveniences; 0 o'clock dinners. 141-42 17 AST EIGHTH ST., 275-First-class X.A rooms with board. 140-146 f^> LEYENTII ST., 62, EAST, ON HALF -i block from Capitol— Nicely furnished room, with board. 13942 I' M.KVI-IXTII ST., 64. EAST-EleganUy J furnished room and board; all modern conveniences: electric lights, etc. 137-143 rjUCNTH ST., 63, WEST— Nice furnished A room with board. 141-143 c DYE WORKS. BRING your old hats; have them re ' shaped, pressed, dyed or bleached; ostrich feathers dyed to match dress trim mings at Hayes & Hayes, 30i'> West Third st, upstairs. 141-42 T\ L. JAMIESON & CO.'s Steam Dye , , ,'.- M Gents' clothing -a- specialty. 14 W est Sixth st.. St. Paul. Minn. 134* WA.XTKft TO ieE!«T. ROOMS— Wanted, by young gentleman, a suite of three furnished rooms; must be arge and airy, and in pleasant location ; con venient to business. Address H 31, Globe. 141-43 SITUATIONS OFFERED. ' ' female. /CANVASSERS— Wanted, a few lady can v^ vassers; light, honorable employment and good wages. Apply Room 1, 371 "Jack son st. 142 pHAMBERM AID— Wanted one girl for vv chamber work and assist with washing. 275 East Eighth st. . .2 COOK— Wanted, good cook and dining ■room girl at Room 31. Henrdon block. corner Seventh and Minnesota sts. 1 — Wanted, a good cook to go to J ■ White Bear lake for the summer. Ap ply at 99 Mackubin St.. corner Aashlaud ay.l COOK Wanted, a girl to cook, wash and iron: good wages paid. Call immedi ately, at No. 14 Forbes St., near Ramsey st. 1 OOK wanted at No. 8 West Third st. 2 INING ROOM GIRLS wanted at Ra maley's, 150 and 152 E. Fourth st. 2 pjINING room GIRLS wanted at In -L' ternational hotel. '2 RESSMAKER— Wanted, a first-class dressmaker and two apprentice girls at 473 Wabasha St., Room 9. ,- : .".:' 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework; must be good cook and have reference. Mrs. Thrall. 37 Irvine Park. 141-42 __^ HOUSEWORK— good, steady girl for private boarding house: one who under stands cooking. 517 Wabasha. 2 •TTOUSKWORK— GirI for general house- XX work: home for the right party; call evenings. 236 Goodrich ay. " 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for general housework: small family: Ger man preferred. 515 Ashland ay. ' 1 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work in small family at 47 Kent st. 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, strong, compe tent girl for general housework; 540 Minnesota st. ■,:•.-; 1 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework at 543 Broadway st. ; Swede preferred. 1 OUSEWORK— girl for general housework. 342 Pleasant ay. 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl lor general housework. 56 East Seventh st. 1 OUSEWORK — Girl who understands general-housework; good wages; apply at once. 227 lglehart st. 138-43 OUSEWORK— French girl wanted for general housework; good home and pay for competent person; no Canadian French wanted. 596 Jackson st. 1 F. KELLY & CO., 171 East Seventh • st., are selling a gent's fine French calf, hand-sewed congress or Bal. shoe for §4. AOV CLERK— Wanted, lady clerk in real estate office ; one who can use type writer preferred; inclose stamp for re pi Address B 10. Globe. "l LAUNDRY WORK— Two experienced girls. Apply at city and county hos pital, between 9 and 12 a. m. 140-42 NURSE— An experienced nurse wanted at 350 Summit ay. 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Miscellaneous City JList. FINE BRICK BLOCK FOR SALE — 15.000 for the best brick block on West Seventh st., corner James st., opposite the German Catholic church; all rented, bringing nearly 51, 500 a year; no betterbuilt block and no finer location for business and increase in value. Inquire of A. R. Kiefer. 190 East Seventh St.. Kiefer block. Room 3. « 141-150 COZY HOME, handsome and well built, on St. Anthony ay., at very low price and easy pavmeuts. John A." Weide. 300 Jackson st. " 141-43 FOR SALE— At reasonable figures, choice residence property on St. Anthony hill. Inquire ou premises, 433 Holly ay. 141-143 OR SALE— in block 8, Merriam Park ; horse and extension top buggy. Capt. Stevens, Fort Sneiling. 141-147 HOUSE— buys a good, new house ou Aurora ay., close to car line : street graded and sidewalks laid: some cash, bal ance $15 per month. Inquire of owner, No. 912 Aurora ay.. or 140 East Fourth St.. Boom 8. 141-43 REAL ESTATE, FARMS, WESTERN lands, for sale or exchange, can be re corded in the Directory with the greatest liability of producing the desired results. Advertising Directory Company. 141-33 REAL ESTATE for sale cheap; nice acre and five-acre lots fronting on lakes three to five miles from St. Paul at (150 to S-OO per acre and lots and lots with houses at all prices on and near Rice st. on easy terms. J. P. Eiscnmenger, 472 Rice st. , 134-103 RESIDENCE— Brick-veneered, nine-room residence, with modern improvements and fine grounds: very cheap; easy terms. Thompson & Taylor, attorneys, Room 4, Ger man-American Bank block, 141-143 TWO splendid lots, Bald Eagle Lake, ad J- joining Benson's hotel, for sale cheap by owner, H. H. Herbst, ISO East Seventh street. 133-142 WILL take a horse as part payment on a choice lot between the "cities. 648 Jackson. 141-42 BFSIRESS CHANCES. Iraisrolkuiieoiis Business C Stances CONFECTIONERY for sale: must sell at once ; good living rooms. 400 West Seventh st. 141-142 USINESS OPENING— A good chance for a harnessmaker with $500 iv Ham mond, St. Croix county,' Wis.; population 500: situated in the midst of large farming community; has supported two shops; the field now unoccupied. Address for particulars F. i. Ainsworth. Village President. 141-143 BUTCHER SHOP for sale cheap if called for at once. Address 102 Como aye. 137-143 OK SALE— A small, first class hotel, cheap; reason for selling, owner has other business. Address 14. Clausen, l.am berton. Minn. 141-47 OR SALE— The finest stock and dairy farm in Wisconsin, contains 320 acres', brick house (of twenty-five rooms, stone barn fifty-two box stalls.) thirty-five miles from Milwaukee, ten minutes to depot. For full particulars write or address E. V. Beales, cornet Second and Cedar sts., St. Paul, Minn. 137-143 FOR SALE— Stock of hardware iv a Da kota town; paying trade; owner has other business. Address Lock Box 585, Fargo, Dak. 123-142 11-' YOU WANT to sell your business, or sell an interest to enlarge the same, ad vertise with Advertising Directory company. 78 East Seventh st. 1 11-13 PARTNER AY ANTED in general mer chandise business by June 1; intelligent and experienced Scandinavian or German preferred: $1,500 to $3,000 required: annual business $20,000; must have best of recom mendations. For particulars inquire First National bank, Shakopee, Minn. 141-148 "OR AY MANUFACTURING CO.'S plant, A. Minneapolis, to rent for five or more years, with railway siding, machine shops, millwright shops, foundry and storage ware house, with or without power. Apply to J. P. Thomson, 101 and 103 Third ay. south. Minneapolis. 01* I'EKSOSAES. FORTUNETELLER— Mrs. Ellis can be consulted on all affairs of' life through the magic mirror; satisfaction guaranteed. No. 513 Robert st.. Room 10, upstairs. 130 149 _^ MADAM TEITS WORTH, St. Pauls oldest and best clairvoyant fortune teller, 402 Minnesota st., between Sixth and Seven 141-47 jl/JME. DE GROASE,-the only reliable 1»X 'life reader and lady phrenologist that ever visited this city, is now stopping at 430 Wabasha st., second flat, Room 21; full his tory $1, three questions 50 cents. 140-142 IV["OTl CE— party who got Mr. C. F. 1^ Dunbar's saddle*, bridle, etc.. from Cullen's Fourth street stable is requested to return them at once and save trouble. K. P. Ctillen. 13S-144 THE PARTY who t.iok C. T. Dunbar's saddle, bridle, etc., from Culleu's livery. 25 West Fourth st., is requested to return them at once aud save trouble. K. P. Cullen 141-147 miSCEIJLASEOt '». ~ 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 general merchandise and household goods for sale or storage; goods to any amount pur chased for cash ; auction sales made at pri vate residences in town or country; carpet cleaning. Sausomes' Auction, Storage & Forwarding Company, 232 East Seventh st. 412-414 Sibley St.. St. Paul, Minn. 49* NOTICE— owning low property along Marshall ay., between Sneiling and Cleveland ays., would do well to see the con tractor on work. 141-147 TYPEWRITING and shorthand work of all kinds done perfectly at the Anna C. Drew office. Hale, block: experienced oper ators; perfect wort ; low prices; work called for and delivered: telephone 852-2. 103* WRITE Col. R. H. Spencer, Chattanooga, V> Teuu.; Gadsden, Ala., or Tallapoosa, Go., If you are hunting the best climate on earth. 141-142 LOST asi> FOI'-SP. . OCKETBOOK LOST— Lady's pocket book containing diamond pin. Return to Mrs. X. C. Murray, 304 Selby ay., and re ceive reward. 111*2. v ; THE SAINT : PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1888. SITUATION'S __rj___r_______. ■ illaly. BOOKKEEPER would like some sort of lemployment eveniugs, after 7; four years' experience, Address 1) 20, Globe. 1 BOOKKEEPER— A set of books to keep duriog odd hours of day or evening. C 78, Globe. ■ 1 BOOKKEEPER — Young married man . wants position in wholesale house; speaks German and English fluently and understands bookkeeping; can give city references. Address J 99, Globe. 1 - BOOKKEEPER — Practical bookkeeper and general office man open for engage ment 21st of May; good references. Address Postoffiee Box 256, Minneapolis. 133-45 BOOKS— Opened, closed, posted, expert work, etc. F. Snrague, Boom 25, Min nesota Bank building, or Stillwater, Minn. _ 122* CLERK— Situation as clerk in grocery or • in shoe store,or to drive delivery wagon, by middle- aged man, with, references. Ad dress J 47, Globe. J 1 C'tLERK— Young man of steadyl habits J desires a position with some wholesale dry goods, grocery or commission house; best of references; can control some out side trad.c Address 637 Cedar st 139-144 CLERK Situation wanted by a married ' man in a clothing store; five years'ex perience, with best of references; can speak German. Address It 113, Globe. 141-147 COLLECTOR— Wanted, situation as col lector; speaks English and Germen; best of references ; can give few thousand dollars security. Address K. S.. Globe. 141-43 I DELIVERY MAN— A young man who \J understands the care of horses, and is acquainted with city, wants a job to drive delivery. Address A 96, Globe. 1 DRIVER A reliable young man desires a position as driver 'in a private family. Address G 49. Globe. 1 ENGINEER— situation wanted as engi neer or fireman; has license and good references. Address J 78, Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, by a young re liable man, situation in a wholesale house used to rill orders and got a good ex perience in shipping; first-class recommen dations. E 54, Globe. 1 EMPLO YMENT— A young man of twenty live, who speaks German and English, wants a position : not afraid of work; was live years in his last position. Address C 74, Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT— A man of fair educa tion would like a place in • some whole sale house or in office. Address F 55, Globe. 140-42 JVTENSENGEE BOY— Situation wanted -t-'X by a twelve-year-old boy to work in of fice or as messenger boy. Address Fred Fire store, 364 Rice st. : ■ 1 SALESMAN A 1 clothing salesman wants position. Address (' 60. Globe. 1 HORSES AKl> CARRIAGES. DISPOSE of your horses and carriages by recording them in the Directory. ' Ad vertising Directory Company. 141-43 FAVORI, imported French coach stallion, will make the season of 1888 at Balfour's stable, on cable car line, 488 Selby ay. Favori was four years old May 1; color, dark seal brown, and is a model of his breed ; terms made on application; call and see him. 141-47 FOR SALE— Three horses, cheap; must be sold in the next three days; weight, 1,200 pounds. Inquire at stable, corner Rice and Aurora ay. George Snyder. 142-43 FOR SALE— Dark brown mare, young, sound and handsome ; suitable for fam ily or general use ; also buggy and harness, little used; a bargain. Address Box 303. 141-142 . FOR SALE— heavy draft horse and V2-platform spring wagon and one double set of heavy harness at 445 Rice st. 141-143 FOR SALE— Young mare; what have yon to offer? Address E, Globe office. Still water, Minn. 140-143 FOR SALE-Good single truck. 325 Rob ert st. 14143 FOR SALE— A fine pair of horses 5 aud 0 years old. Will sell one or both. Can be seen at stable, 540 Summit avenue. A. G. Seney, room 53, Giliillan block. 123-127* HAMBLETONIAN MARE, six years old, kind, gentle and very stylish; can show close to three-minute gait; weight, 1,000 pounds; S2OO if taken at once. Can be seen at John Archer's livery barn, 324 West Seventh st. 142-44 HORSE for sale: young, sound and good roadster. 109 West Third st. 141-44 HORSES— For sale, good, young span of horses, or will exchange for good lot. or sell them on time. Inquire at No. 146 East Fourth st., Room 8. 141-43 HORSE, two-seated side-bar and har ness, $150 cash: black Morgan colt, two years old, 575 ; 1136 Ross st. 138-44 INSURE your horses and cattle in The Sterling Live Stock Insurance company, 509 Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. 136* PONY— For sale, the nicest pony in the city; harness or saddle. Inquire 272 Jackson. 141-147 PONIES Shetland ponies for sale at ('. S. RadclifTs, 309 Selby ay. 136-142 ADDLE AND OKI VINO HOUSES— 0 Be sure and see immediately the highly bred lot of saddle, pacing and trotting horses 1 have for sale, hi Vaughn's Palace stables, Minneapolis; in the lot will be found a hand some 16-haud highly bred carriage team, several ordinary roadsters, several tancv sad dlers and combined horses, several "3:00 pacing and trotting roadsters, and one pac ing mare, a beauty and the perfection of a road mare, and can pace better than a 3:00 clip; these horses are just from Tennessee, and will be guaranteed sound and straight. F. G. Buford, Rockdale farm, Buford's, Ten 141-47 TWO HORSES wanted in trade at 648 Jackson. 141-42 ISSTRIJCTTOII. CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE— J practical course of study; most compe tent and experienced teachers; largest and most suitable rooms; individual instruction a special feature in all departments; lowest rates of tuition. Our large patronage enables us to give more and belter instruction than is given in any other school in the city or state. Besides the commercial and shorthand de partments, we have, during the summer, classes in all the English branches. Address corner Third and Wabasha sts. 120* p UITAR INSTRUCTlON— lnstruments vT selected for purchasers free of charge. Malcolm E. Nichols, 507 Grand Opera Block. 134* LEARN SHORTHAND— Best principles of Graham, Pitman and Munson taught; entire course, $10. William A. Shepfer, 251 lglehart st. 141-43 SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, typewriting and telegraphy: first-class and exclusive; lessons day or evening or by mail : send for circulars. The Anna 0. Drew school, Hale block, corner Third and Jackson sts. 103* T. PAUL BUSINESS COLLEGE— Commercial course most complete and practical; shorthand and typewriting taught by experienced and thoroughly competent teachers; a German class conducted by a native teacher: English branches during the summer term ; rates of tuition very low. Our large patronage and the number of teachers employed enables us to give more and better instruction than can be obtained elsewhere. Address corner Seventh and Jackson. 102-73 HORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT ING— Lessons day, evening, and by mail. Mal colm E Nichols, 507 Grand Opera block. 134* FOR SAME. ARBER CHAIRS— For sale, two barber Chairs, two mirrors, and other fixtures for sale very cheap. Call at 559 Rice st. 140-42 BAR FIXTURES For sale, bar, counter, sideboard, mirror, ice box, billiard and pool tables, at Hotel Winslow, Seven corners. Inquire at office. 141-43 OOK STOVE— A good cook stove, nearly J new, for sale cheap. 666 Selby ay. 1 FOR SALE— Sand and gravel in any quan _ tity at Wabasha street hill. 141-147 FURNITURE— H. Hill wants 100 new cus tomers to buy furniture cheap on the in stallment plan. 403 Jackson. 141-42 IRNITI RE AND LEASE of eight room flat with modern conveniences: reasonable price. Address D 34, Globe. 139-45 OLD BUILDINGS FOR SALE— at 614 Westminster st. 140-42 OALOON FIXTURES — Elegant and O cheap: cash or time. Wilte Bros., 411 aud 413 Fifth ay. south. Minneapolis, Minn. 141-55 SOME IRON FENCE, with double and single gates, all complete. Inquire at 5 6 St. Peter st. 141-42 MUSICAL. PIANO— Wanted, for two hours daily, the use of piano for • practice in hall or house. Address D 31, Globe. 141-43 PIANO TUNING, Sl— Satisfaction guar anteed. Samuel Crutchett, 205 West Sixth st. . -_ 141-70 PIANO TUNING— For prompt, first-class work leave orders at Wnitney's music store Third st. - -- . ... .340* WASTED TO Bin. AGS, SCRAP IKON AND METALS— All dealers and shippers of these goods will find it to their advantage to call on or write to J Firestone, wholesale dealer in pa permaker's supplies ; reference, any respon sible firm in the city. 262 Jackson st., St. j Paul, iliuu. Telephone, 753, call 3. 310* •/' SITUATIONS wajitf,i>. : '-- ■female. CASHIER, saleslady, matron or house keeper ; best of references. Address B 53, Globe. . . 141-143 COOK— Position wanted by a middle-aged lady as cook or housekeeper; the latter preferred. Address Mrs. P., St. Cloud, Minn.. care Normal house. 136-146 EMPLOYMENT— A woman wants work by the day ; washing, ironing or cleaning house. 421 Martin st. : 1 EMPLOYMENT— A young lady would like to have employment as copyist or= ' work in an office. Address 293, arringtrJfi > ■'■ avenue. , . -ff. HOUSEKEEPER— A lady would like ■'■ situation as housekeeper in city or' country. Call at 185 East Seventh st., St. Minn. ■.;.;.-; .: • • ii -^ MESDAMES— Several good girls waiting for places at mv office. Call Monday, 52 West Tenth. Mrs. M. A. Bertram. . . > OFFICE WORK— A young lady would"; like a position a3 copyist or office workd can use typewriter. Address II 89, Globe, il >. HOTOGRAPHER— by a ladya position in a photograph galierv as opetv • ator or reception room. . Call at the B. W. 0., 21 West Fit thst .- d . SALESLADY'— An experienced saleslady ' would like situation in a store; speaks French, English and German. Address 1095- Fauquier st " -"Viif SECOND GIRL— in private family ' to do second work ; city reference. M. -8.. Globe. V X 1 SEWING— Young lady wants place to sew for board, near Tenth and St. Peter. J 33. Globe. 1 THE GERMAN LADIES INTELLl gence aflice will satisfy you; call and see. 52 West Teuth st. . 138 144 'ASHING AND IRONING— by young lady, washing and ironing to do at residences. Inquire at 199 Cooper St.. in rear of 500. 1 WASHING, ironing or housecleaning wanted ; will go at families or do it at my home. Mrs. A. Johnson. 500 Ellen st. 1 AUCTION SALES. A. M. Pohertyj Auctioneer. GILT-EDGED RESIDENCE PROP erty at Auction— l will sell at auction on the premises on Brewster avenue, between Sherburne ay. and Viola st, on Monday, May 21. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, lots 8 and 9, in block 6, Brewster's addition to St. Paul; this property is without doubt the most de sirable site for residence purposes at present attainable in St. Paul, handsomely situated on an eminence overlooking the e"ntire city i and in the immediate vicinity of some of the finest residences in the country, among which may be mentioned the elegant mansion of Hon. John L. Merriam nearly opposite the grounds to be sold, the fine homes of Hon. W. R. Merriam, Frank B. Bass, Uri Lamprey, William Dawson, William Liudeke and others. The property in question has a frontage on Brewster ay. of 100 feet by a depth of 150 feet, and is consequently an admirable size for an elegant home site. The owner of the above property is obliged, on account of ex treme ill health, to sell this handsome prop erty, being advised by his physician to take a trip across the ocean aud spend a year or so in the old world, thinking that a change of air and scene will prove beneficial. Further particulars will be given in next Sunday's pa pers. For terms and conditions of sale call on or address A. M Doherty, auctioneer, office 51 East Fourth st. 135-142 A. 11. iVicolay. Auctioneer. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE — No. 103 West Tenth st, opposite Fort st, and No. 78 College ay.; property fronting on two prominent streets, running through from street to street, between' St. Peter and Rice sts., at auction. A. 11. Nicolay will sell at auction, on the premises, Monday afternoon, May 28, 1888. at 3 o'clock, rain or shine, No. 103 West Tenth st., opposite Fort st, that very valuable business property, fronting 00 feet on West Tenth st and 51 feet on College ay., by 140 feet deep, running through from Tenth st. to College ay. This valuable prop erty possesses advantages,owing to its double frontage, not equaled in any other section in the city of St. Paul for business or residence purposes. This part of the city, the most central, is rapidly being improved with the most substantial improvements. In its in}- ' mediate vicinity costly flats have been built; many others of the most expensive character are contemplated, within one block, struct^ ures that will cost over $100,000 each. They will greatly enhance the value of this prop erty within a few months. A first-class apart-' ment house, with stores below, sim- ' ilar to the Blair flats, erected on this lot Is sure to pay from 15 to 25 per cent on the cost of construction, owing to its close prox imity to the best schools, churches, state : capitol, street cars aud cable line. it is with in walking distance of our leading business thoroughfares and wholesale business dis trict, including the custom house, postoffiee, U. S. courts and all prominent hotels. The-' present rental of the bouses on this lot is §70 per month. The attention of capitalists and the most cautious investors is called to this • important sale, believing that for a profit- " able, safe and permanent investment this sale offers inducements second to no other • location in St. Paul. This sale will be abso- ■ lute to the highest bidder. Terms liberal only one-third cash required; balance can re main on mortgage for three or five years at 7 per cent interest, at the option of the pur chaser. For maps, hand-bills and full par ticulars apply or write to A. 11. Nicolav, Auc tioneer, No. 110 East Fourth st, or Handy & Handy. 204 Grand Block. ■ 133-150 E. Holloway. Auctioneer. UCTION SALE OF HORSES AND Carriages— will sell at public auction on the premises, No. 302 South Exchange st. (late residence of Capt. E. V. Holcombe) on Saturday, June 2, at 3 o'clock p. m.. the fol lowing property: One Rockaway coupe with pole and shafts, good as new: cost §600; has been used but little, in perfect order; one two-seat extension top family carriage with pole and shafts; been in use one year, in perfect order; original cost $300; also the splendid coupe horse John L, one of the finest in the city; dark bay, nine years old, 17 hands high, weight about 1.200, very stylish, has been used in the city about two ! years; also the elegant and stylish roadster, Dandy Joe, dark bay or brown, nine years old, 151,4 hands high. weighs about l,ooo,has no record, but has shown 2:40 gait on the ice last winter, is a fine driver and very styl ish ; this property is offered for sale not from any fault, but because the owner has no further use for it; sale positive and terms cash. For further particulars call on or ad dress E. Holloway, auctioneer, 101 East Fourth st 141-144 131 PROVED BUSINESS CORNER at auction. I will sell at auction, on the premises, Saturday, May 26, at 2:30 m., lot 1, block 84, Adam Gotzian's Subdivision of Lyman Dayton's addition, being the cor ner of East Third and Mcndota sts., with im provements very suitable for grocery store and butcher shop; to capitalists I ill say this property can be rented on the day of sale for $500 per year to good parties; look this up ; 1 will also sell at the same time and place the small grocery stock, furniture and fixtures; also the following horses: One good pony, two span of heavy work h oases weigh ing from 2,500 to 2,700, grocery wagon, open buggy, lumber wagon, sleigh, etc.; terms easy; for further particulars call on or address E. Holloway, auctioneer, 101 East Fourth st " 141146 Fox & I£orj-. Auctioneers. FOX & KORV. 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. OUSEHOLD FURNITURE bought for cash: quantity, quality, new or second hand not objected to; will make calls at resi dence. Address I) SO. Globe. 141-45' RECRUITING. RENDEZVOUS, -U. S. Army, 317 Wabasha street, St. Paul ' Minn.. May Ist, 1888. Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this rendezvous until 12 o'clock, noon, the Ist day of June. 1888. at which time and place they will be opened in the presence of attending bidders, for fur nished cooked rations in such quantities as may be required for the recruiting party and; recruits stationed iv the city during the "fiscal year commencing July Ist, 1888,' and ending! June 30th, 1889. Contracts made under this ' advertisement shall not be construed to in-" volve the United States in any obligation for T payment in excess of appropriation granted - by" congress for the purpose. Three sub stantial meals daily, with a due proportion of x soap and candles, constitute a complete, ration. Proposals for furnishing rations at a place objectionable for recruits will not be' entertained. The government reserves the ! right to reject any and all proposals. Full! information as to manner of making proposH.' als, requirements of contract and bond re quired will be furnished upon application at this rendezvous. , Envelopes containing pro posals should be marked "Proposals for Cooked Rations," and addressed to the un dersigned. Frank D. Garretty, Captain 17th Infantry. Recruiting Officer . jVTOTICE TO CREDITORS— STATE OF I^l Minnesota, County of Ramsey— ss. In Probate- Court, General Term, "May 12 1888. - -.-• -*"' In the matter of the estate of Springer Harbaugh. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate of the county of Ramsey will, upon the third Monday of the month of November ' A. D. ISBS, at 10 o'clock a. m., hear, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that 6ix months from and after the date, hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its sat isfaction shall be forever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. By the Court. v [l. s.J E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. : L. L. C. Brooks, Administrator. H, J, Hoax, Attorney. 200,000 WANTS i Were printed in the • Globe's Advertising - Columns in 1887. This is the best evidence' . that the Globe is the People's Paper, WHERE WANTS^CAN BE LEFT FOE INSERTION IN THE GLOBE. A LYONS & TICKNOR, Druggists, 707 East , . Third street, corner Bates. < CONGER BROS;, Druggists, 349 University 1 ! avenue, corner .Virginia. "LT- - --. ' MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash f land avenue and Dale street. .; ; &- ,• ?. A. P. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 761 West I Seventh street. 2 BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue. ; : E. FOX, 482 Rice street. : :•;-. -'^ O. P. WILLIAMS, 648 Reaney street ' PRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue. «T. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street. , P. VAN DTJYNB, Druggist, 828 East Sev-* r enth street - BIPPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, 199 * East Seventh street <- :•. JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY, r 470 Jackson street. WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. : M. D. MERRILL, books and stationery, 442 i Broadway. . -.y ' ; FOR REKT. Houses. DARM-HOI'SE- rent, farm-house on -*- ' Lake Minnetonka; ample grounds : best or fishing and boating. C. Knox, Davidson block. 141-42 Tj^LAT— From June 1. to Oct. 1, the A corner flat, first story, eight rooms, of 002 St. Peter st., all furnished ; use of piano, bath, hot water, electric bell: all modern im provements. Call at house or at 28 East Fourth st. Miller. 131-160 HOUSE— For rent, tenement of six rooms and attic, near Irvine Park, for $25 a month. No. 66. German-American Bank building. 1 141-150 HOUSE— A very desirable eight-room house for rent. Inquire or address 598 Carroll st. 141-142 HOUSE— six rooms: city water and good cellar. 129 Valley st. 141-43 HOUSE— For rent, furnished house; three months from June 1. 159 Arundel st. 141-43 HOUSE— rent, a first-class ten-room house ; one of the best places in the city. Inquire at 586 St. Peter st. 141-42 OUSE AND BARN— Nine-room house and barn; all modern improvements; 1143 Randolph st. Apply to James O'Meara, 303 Jackson. 138-144 HOUSES— For rent, by the St. Paul Trust company, No. 155 East Fourth St., ten room dwelling on Pleasant ay.. partly fur- ■ nished, and a seven-room dwelling on West Seventh st. ; city water, sewer, etc. 140-40 HOUSE— For rent furnished house; eight rooms: from June to September: low rent to careful party. •I. L. Malum, Odd Fellovs' block. 138-144 HOUSE— For rent, eight-room house with bath and all modern improvements; one block from cable on Mackubin st. I. L. Mahan, Odd Fellows' block. 138-144 HOUSE— For rent, an eight-room house at 344 Ramsey st. Inquire at 437 Oak land st. ■ 141 43 HOUSES— modern ten-room house, good nine-room house, flats and stores. Esterley, Mannheimer block. 141-142 O. 75 SUMMIT AY., furnished com plete, to responsible parties only. In quire at No. 77 Summit ay. I*4l-142 Rooms. OVERTISINO DIRECTORY COM pany, 78 East Seventh st., Room 9— Rooms recorded in the Directory will bring you many callers. ' " 141-43 ROADWAY, 528-For rent, two hand somely furnished front rooms; all con veniences: board if desired. 140-43 ROADWAY, 054— Four nice unfur nished rooms. 140-142 EDAR ST., 528— For rent, a neatly fur nished room; all conveniences. 140-142 CENTRAL AV.,G6— Furnished front room for rent. 141 ENTRAL AY., 17, EAST— One very pleasant alcove front room; one single room, only SO. 142-147 COLLEGE AY.. 24 WEST— Two nicely furnished rooms, with use of bath. ••: ; . 141-42 IOHTH ST., 257, EAST— Nicely fur [J-J nished room. 141-147 XCHANGE ST., 394-Two large fur nished rooms on first and second floor, : with bath and gas. 141-42 -XUHANOE ST.. 300. NORTH—Com fortably furnished room in private family, for single gentleman only; use of bath. " 140-42 EXCHANGE ST., 228. SOUTH— Two furnished rooms for rent. . 141-42 FARRINGTON AY., 243-Furnished front room SlO per month ; also suit on lower floor $16. 141-42 RANKLIN ST., 357, NORTH -Nicely furnished rooms, convenient to Seventh st. and cable cars. 142 IFTH ST., 119. WEST— Furnished rooms, $sj to §10 per month. 141-143 FLAT— A flat of three or four nicely fur nished rooms for rent for housekeeping; references. 99 Dakota ay., Room 8, one block from Wabasha bridge. 141-43 FLAT— For rent, a superb flat of five rooms furnished completely for housekeeping; location central; rent reasonable and furni ture for sale at a sacrifice. 170 West Ninth St., second flat. • 141-142 OURTH ST., 60, WEST— For rent, one front room ; also bacK parlor, on ground floor.- 141-143 FOURTH ST.. 51, EAST-Unturnished A rooms, suitable for light housekeeping: nil modern conveniences. James H. David son, Union block. 142-147 ROVE ST.. 229, NEAR BROADWAY —To rent, two pleasant furnished rooms in private family. 122 TGLEH ART ST.. 296— For rent, five rooms A up stairs, convenient for housekeeping: city water; §18. 141-42 IGLEHART ST.. 274— Three connecting rooms; first floor; furnished for house keeping or sleeping apartments. 123-54 JACKSON ST.. 403— Three rooms, fur nished or uufurnisbed. 141-42 ACKSON ST., G2l— Nicely furnished front room in private family ; also side room ; use of bath. " 141-42 ACKSON ST., 535. between Tenth and Eleventh— room for rent. 141-42 LAFAYETTE AY., 575— Two nice iur nished front rooms for gentleman or couple. 141-142 MACKUBIN ST., 220— Have a nice front room to rent with conveniences bath, suitable for two: one block from cable road. Address II M. Globe. 139-146 TVTINTH ST., 156, WEST, SECOND 1 1 Flat— nicely furnished room in pri vate family; all modern conveniences: terms moderate. 141-142- AMSEY ST., 148, NEAR CORNER of West Seventh st. — One large front room; also two rooms en suite ; well fur nished, light, pleasant and airy, with closets and use of bath room. 141-42 DEARDON BLOCK, CORNER SEV .'JX enth and Minnesota— Finest rooms in the city for gentlemen. Room 21. 141-48 ROOM— rent a large newly furnished XV room with use of bath, with or without ! board. Call at 159 West Sixth st. 122 p OOMS— Nice suite of two furnished XV rooms in new cottage at Wbite Bear, .'adjoining Williams house and Chateaucay. . Address B 28, Globe. 137-142 EVENTH ST., 303, WEST— Three or four persons can find pleasant rooms. with or without board. 141-43 SEVENTH ST., 306. EAST— Furnished room for one or two ladies, or man and wife, in private family. . . 141-142 S* IXTH ST., 151. WEST. Berkmau Block, Third Floor — nicely furnished room, with use of bath. 141-43 SPRUCE ST., 231— For rent nicely fur nished room; suitable lor two; use of bath. 141-42 SPRUCE ST., 236, Between Sibley and — Furnished room for one or two gentlemen. 141-42 ST. ANTHONY AY., 562— Seven rooms for rent 141-42 TRUCE ST., 221— An alcove and other neatly furnished rooms; use of bath: modern conveniences. . 136-142 U3IMIT AY„ 77— Handsomely furnished room ; modern conveniences. . _ 142-43 T. PETER ST., 642— Furnished 100 m for gentleman: must give references. 141-43 EMPERANCE ST.. 470, BETWEEN Eighth and Ninth— One large furnished room. ■ ._. . : 141-42 TENTH ST., 57 EAST— rent double parlors, completely furnished; also, an alcove room, furnished: low rent. ; 138-144 HIRO ST., 238, WEST— First flat to the > left— Suite of famished rooms for rent. .: j .. " ■ ,- 141-42 THIRD 5T.,"30t9, WEST, -Room 6—Un furnished rooms, three in suite or one , large front; possession given on May 27. 141-42 ; FOR IEEST. ■ Booms— Continued. UNIVERSITY AY., 198— Comfortably furnished room for one or two gentle men. 141-142 ARAs HA ST., 505— One fine large furnished room cheap ; call between 2 and 5 p. m. 141-148 WILKIN ST., 101, three blocks from •Vest Seventh street cars— fur nished front rooms: pleasant location. ' 141-42 Stores. STORE— Desirable store on East Fifth st. with basement and with or without fourth floor; use of elevator. E. Norton. 335 Robert st. 141-43 STORE, corner ot Kent st and St. Anthony ay. J. W. McC'lung & Son, 57 National German-American bank. 138-144 STORE for rent; the fine store 305 West Seventh st. 134* STORES Rent your stores by recording them in the Directory. Advertising Di rectory company, 78 East Seventh st 141-43 STORES— story brick building with basement: has side track facilities; Nos. 337 and 339 East Third st. Address Russell & Co., 335 Third st 141 • ■ Offices. DESK ROOM— For rent, desk room in front office, second floor, 147 East Sixth st, near Ryan hotel ; use of front window ; rent low; also one small office room. . 141 DESK ROOM— SS, $10 and $15 per month. Inquire corner Third and Jack son. Room 5, Hale block. 138144 OFFICE BUILDING— good office building, with vaults attached. Inquire ■ at 614 Westminster st 140-42 OFFICE— targe office room on Fourth St., in National German-American Bank building. E. S. Norton, 335 Robert st 141-43 • OFFICE— A desirable corner office on the second floor of the Globe building. In quire of St Paul Real Estate Title Insurance Company. 136* ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF the Star Mercantile Company.— Know all men by these presents that we, whose names are hereto subscribed, have and do hereby adopt and sign the following written articles of incorporation with the intent and for the purpose of being incorporated, and constituted and created a corporation under and by virtue of Title two (2). Chapter thirty four (34), of the General Statutes of the State of Miunesota and the laws ot said state amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto. Article I.— The name of this corporation shall be The Star Mercantile Company. The general nature of the business of this corporation shall be buying, selling, and trading in all lines and" classes ot goods, wares, merchandise, and personal property whatsoever at wholesale and retail, and in barter and exchange, and also for others as agent and on commission, and as incident to the business aforesaid, to buy, own, hold, control, lease, mortgage, and sell all such ' real estate and property as may be necessary or convenient in the prosecution of said business, or to the interest of the corporation in that behalf. That the principal place of transacting the business of this corporation shall be in the city of St Paul, Ramsey county. Minnesota. Art. IL— This corporation shall commence on the first (Ist) day of June, A. D. 1888, and continue thirty (30) years. Art 111. — amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be fifty thousand dollars, and shall be fully paid when issued. At least one-fourth of the capital stock shall be subscribed for and paid in at the com mencement of business by the corporation. Merchandise and .personal property, other than money, may be taken by the corporation in payment for its stock, the value of such merchandise and property having been first fixed and determined by a resolution of the board of directors, entered on the records of the corporation. Art IV.— The highest amount of indebted ness or liability to which this corporation shall at any time be liable shall be thirty thousand dollars. Art. V.— names and places of resi dence of the persons forming this corpora tion are Mcintosh Howes, James R. Cooper. Henry E. Hullsiek, Edward R. B. Bird and Richard F. Nachtrieb, all residing iv said city of St Paul, Ramsey county, Minnosota. Art. Vl.— above-named incorporators, Mcintosh Howes, James R. Cooper, Henry E. Hullsiek, Edward R. B. Bird and Richard F. Nachtrieb shall constitute the first board of directors of this corporation. The officers of this corporation shall consist of a president" vice president, secretary, treasurer and general manager, and any two of said offices may be held at the same time by one person. The above-named Mcintosh Howes shall be the first president and gen eral manager, and the said Henry E. Hullsiek the first vice president and secre tary, and said James R. Coopor the first treasurer. Said officers and directors hereinbefore named shall hold their offices and exercise and discharge the duties thereof until their successors are elected and qualified. The board of directors of this corporation shall be composed and constituted of five (5) members, in cluding said officers. The term of office of said officers and directors, after the first herein named, shall be one year, and until their successors are elected and qualified. The government of this cor poration and the management of its affairs shall be vested in its officers and board of directors. The directors, after the first here in named, shall be elected annually by the stockholders at a stockholders' " meeting, which shall be held at said principal office of the corporation at said city of St. Paul, at three (3) o'clock in the afternoon of the second (2d) Wednesday in February in each and every year, and shall be so elected, for the year then next ensuing after their election. The president, vice president secretary, treasurer and general manager, after the first herein named, shall be elected annually at a meeting of the directors, which shall beheld at said principal office of the corporation at said St. Paul, on the second : (2d) Wednesday of February in each year, and immediately after the stockholders' meeting and election of directors on that day, by the directors on that day elected, and from their own members. "The first meeting of the directors herein named shall be at said principal office of the corporation at said St. Paul, on the sth day of June, 1888. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. The board of directors shall have the power, and they may call such special and general meet ings of trie stockholders and directors as in their judgment the interests or business of the corporation may require, and may at any such special or general meet ing of the board of directors fill any vacancies iv any of the offices herein named of officers or directors, and may make and enact by-laws for the corporation, and the same alter or amend at any such special or general meeting of the board of directors. : No person shall be an officer or director in this corporation who is not a stockholder therein. Article VIL— capital stock of this corporation shall be divided into one thou sand (1,000) shares of Fifty Dollars each. In witness whereof, we, the persons herein before named as incorporators, have here unto subscribed our names aud affixed our seals this 10th of May, A. D. 1888. McINTOSH HOWES, [Seal.] JAM R COOPER, [Seal.] HENRY £. HULLSIEK, [Seal.] EDWARD R. B. BIRD. [Seal.l RICHARD F. NACHTRIEB, [Seal.] Signed and sealed in presence of C. F. Dietz, I W. Collins, Jr. J STATE OF MINNESOTA, I M Ramsey County. f s3 ' I. Edward Sturley, a Notary Public within and for said Ramsey county, do hereby cer tify that on this 12th day of May.A. D.1838, before me personally came Mcintosh Howes, James R. Cooper, Henry E. Hullsiek, Edward R. B. Bird and Richard F. Nachtrieb, to me : personally known to be the same persons j who signed and sealed the above and fore - | foregoing articles of incorporation, and they each acknowledged that they so executed said articles of incorporation as their free act and deed. EDWARD STURLEY, Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn. [Notarial Seal.] STATE OF MINNESOTA, I County op Ramsey. Vsi Office of the Registeu of Deeds. ) This is to certify that the within instrument was filed for record in this office, at St. Paul, on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1888, at 3 o'clock p. m., and that the same was duly recorded in Book D of Incorporations, pages 432, 433, 434. M. J. BELL, [Register's Seal.] Register of Deeds. STATE OF MINNESOTA, u:^" - Department of State, f I hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record in this office on the 14th day of May. A. D. 1888. at 12 o'clock m.. and was duly recorded in Book 0 of Incor porations, on page 141. H. MATTSON, . Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey— ss. District Court, Second Ju dicial District Rose A. Parrish, plaintiff, vs. James Parrish, ■ defendant — Summons. • The State of . Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned ana required to answer the complaint of the nlaintiffiu the above-entitled action, Which is en file in the office of the Clerk of the said Court, at his office at St. Paul, Miunesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, in the city of St Paul, in the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such service; and, if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the - plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint, to- ■ gether with the costs and disbursements herein. C. D. & THOS. D. O'BRIEN, PlaintifFs Attorneys, St Paul. Minn. k' f. so many "Want" ads in Sunday's Globe 15 "■ but they are all read. Confirmation of Assessment for Grading Congress Street. Office Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul, Miuu., May 18, 1888. J The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from grading Congress street from Dakota avenue to Ohio street, in the city, of St. Paul, Minnesota, having * been completed by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, said Board will meet at their office in . said city, at 2 p. m. on the 4th . day of June, A. D. ISSS, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which time and place, unless, sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board. The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the prop erty benefited, and the amounts as sessed against the same, to-wit : West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and •description. Lot. Block. Benefits Caroline Frei 17 54 $105 75 Same.... 18 54 105 75 Holl and Paar : . . 6 55 264 35 Michael Anton Vier ' ling ...5 55 264 35 Henry Heinsch and - Geo. Lorsch. W'ly of Dakota aye. . .1&2 :63 3175 Henry Heinsch ..... 10 63 264 35 Benjamin E.Metcalf . E^of 1&3 62 105 75 Charles Schneeman. ' . W2£of... 1&2 63 21150 M. Iten 10 61 264 35 H. Wicker 1 61 264 35 Recina Roeller 6 56 264 35 William Moonley. . . 5 56 264 35 E. Sawyer and E. Tarbox 6 57 264 35 Union Cottage Company's Rearrange ment of \v est y of Block 57, West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Benefits Edward C Boxell & $75 00 Richard H Boxell 7 ' 79 30 John F Morell 6 79 30 Emil Greget ....5 83 50 Meyer's Subdivision of Block 60, West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Benefits Lowell M Be vans 1 $105 75 Fan nic N and Geo E Routh 2 10575 August C Debenner 3 105 75 Jno Souter 4 105 75 Moses Southward 5 105 75 William Kennedy 6 105 75 Miller's Rearrangement of N y of Block 59, West St. Paul Proper. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Benefits Lt Fred A 8 $79 10 Eugene Irvine 7 79 10 , David C Frederick 6 79 10 Nicolas Zelzer 5 79 10 Thomas O'Connell 4 79 10 GeoH Walker 3 79 10 Bernard J Witte 2 79 10 John P. Welsh." 1 79 10 West St. .Paul Proper. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits Henry Mattel 6 5S $2fi4 35 E W Shirk.E 50 ft of 5 53 86 70 Jennie Hayes, AY 100 ftof 5 53 177 CO Robertson's Addition to West St. Paul. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits D D Merrill 10 156 $105 75 Same 9 156 105 75 Same 8 156 105 75 Same 7 156 105 75 M Bruggemann 6 156 105 75 Pierre Rouge 5 156 105 75 Chas Melien . . 4 156 105 75 Same 3 156 105 75 C B Thurston 2 156 105 75 Same 1 156 105 75 Wm Clampitt 11 157 105 75 Franklin T Revord..l2 157 105 75 Fred Stall 13 157 105 75 Edwin M French... .l 4 157 105 75 Joseph A Humph reys 15 157 105 75 M J Foley 16 157 105 75 M Brusgemann . 17 157 105 75 N Bellinger... lß 157 105 75 Same 19 157 105 75 John A Fortiu 20 157 105 75 Irvine's Addition to West St. Paul. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits S M Magoffin 14 199 $105 75 Same 15 199. 105 75 C E Schmitz 16 199 105 75 John, Joseph and Frank Rochex 17 199 105 75 Nancy Horsnell IS 199 105 75 Liiltre Derusha 19 199 105 75 Octavis Derusha....2o 199 105 75 Mary A Willey 21 199 105 75 Newport and Peet... 22 199 105 75 R M Newport 23 199 105 75 Jno Hare, Jr, trus tee 24 199 105 75 R Price, S4O ft of . . .25 199 84 60 Same, S 40 ft of 20 199 84 60 Geo Sheriff. 13 200 105 75 Mary A E Wi11ey. . .12 200 105 75 I Bernheimer 11 200 105 75 Same 10 200 '105 75 5ame........ 9 200 105 75 Mary F Dawson 8 200 105 75 S M Magoffin 7 200 105 75 Same.. .0 200 105 75 Irvine 5 200 105 75 Same 4 200 105 75 Same 3 200 105 75 Elizabeth Enright. . . 2 200 105 75 Same 1 200 105 75 Dawson's Addition to West St. Paul. Supposed owner and description. Lot. Block. Benefits Wm Dawson 9 4 $105 75 Same 1 4 158 60 Same , 3 74 00 All objections to said assessment must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk of said Board at least one day prior to said meeting. R. L. GORMAN, President Official: W. F. Ekwix, 142-143 Clerk Board of Public Works. ADVERTISED. List of Unclaimed .Letters Re maining in the Postoffiee, St. Paul, Minn., May 21, 1888. Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by ob serving the following rules: First— Direct plainly to the street and num ber of the house. Second— Head letters witb 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 pre 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. aen T C Allen O B ckerman H L Archer G W Adams Al Arnhold Andrew Alarie Ferd ■ Asbery J H Alexander Wm T Avery Wm Almberg AG : Bach Nicolas Black Mrs Sarah acker Anna Blatz Clara 2 Baker William Blayers Miss Jeny L Baker C D Bohen E E ' Baker Miss Gtace Bowquin Lottie Baldwin J Bower Alves Ball Rob t R Braaten Peter M Banker Mrs C E Bragg Mariam Banks Jos WPHD Brance Mrs Hannah .BarnierFred Bremer Otto 2 Batcheldes B F Brennan T P F Bandrew Luke B reman F E -Beck Mrs Mary Breunier Mrs Chiry Beck L E . Breunier Aquilen Becker P Brewer Orville Beckham Mrs Henry Brocious Mrs Eliza 2 Beidlemau Chas M Brooks G W Bell William --. : : Brooks Miss Sallie Peltdn Mrs Emma Brown S T BenardMrsD Brusso Oliver Bennett Miss Viola Buckley E 3 Benson A R - Burnan E E Berry Jake Burns Miss Bertrand Mrs Mary Busard Geo Shop Frank Byrnes Miss Rose Black Maj S A Calsium Light Co Christoferson Miss dwell Mrs John Carrie Cameron R P Clark Mrs C T Cangan Octave * *..- Clark 11 W J : ■* '' z " Carlson Axel ..Clark OJt ,v •;-? Carlson Frederick Clements Thomas ' Carr Jesse F ■ . . Cline Philo Carter Lues v" *-- ■> '. •' - Colgravc Jennie Case Ross r , Collopv John E • C'astleAlex Comolv Edward Cavanaugh Miss Anna Conroy J P . Chaffee WII Cook Will :•: • Chambers A .; Colton Miss Anna Chapman MR CristiilaMr Chase Lewis Cross CF thdds J T Curl Richard Christian P H I "Vily Edward ; Doran Rev Frank -L^ausman Henry Dougher Miss Dauielson DO Downey Thomas Davis Geo R Downing Frank De.ly Miss F ' Drink Herman Deilo Felice Drummond Willis Deslauner Euclide Duhamel A Devauey Kate DuisMrs Fff. De \ oe Ned Dumont Geo Diel Simon Doran J H Dixon G R Durand Mrs Fred Dobson ChasE Dttruin H Dodge Jno A . - Dwyer E Domenico Alemandi. . '.:^ agan Mrs Ella Ekeuger R O ~~~* arley Thos F Englevetson Olaf ivdmondson Charley Erickson Jno A Edwards Q W Evans A B Edwards Eddie Evans Mrs H T Edworthy Mrs Evans Mealia Egbert \V R • Everitt Chas K-2 Ehrle John .... . . . ;.-.. r: - . ..;. Farber Fred Ford Patrick ' ~ arwell Rev Andrew Fox Wm B k£ a , V, Fox <* eor ?e Feely Mrs Framblach J F I enleuson David Francis Miss Nellie ticker Antony Frendenthal Miss Fish Mrs Geo Delia Kiss Frame FrisbieWH Fen ing O ales Mary X Goodman H - arbett Mrs Mable Gronnis Miss Stella Gelderman Henry Grant Clara Gogin Richard Grant Roy Gonder H Griffin Mrs Good Col E J Griffith Wm' Godtlan Miss Martha Grottre Herman Gordell Miss Ettie : Hasan W Havnmer Johanna ; agan Lizzie Hawlev O Ha<rgart James L -Hazzard S P Hall Miss Ella Heard Jno J Hallberg Miss Julia Hendrickson M Hambird Mrs Hattie Hendrickson Geo A Hanlon John Hill S P Hanshaw Miss Emma Hill Samuel Hanson Carrie Hoofer Adolph Hanson FA . Hoilm Andrew Hardman Celia Holl J H HarffMrs C Hollin Cathrine Ilafirraves William 2 Holmes C W 2 Harris Mrs Lular Holt Fannic Harris W B Homraan Birtha Harris Rheles Hotelliug Harry Harrison Miss Addie House Lizzie llaskal II Howard Sam Haimer Kary J Hull Mrs E ilausly 6 M Hunter Fred Tngler II L • " _^ ■ Jackson John Johnson N P •Jarvis Mrs W Johnson J Frank Javar Scepan Johnson Miss Emmy Jewell Mary E Johnson C W W Joung luga Johnson Mike Johnson Miss S Johnston Mrs Jane B Johnson Louie Joist John Johnson Mrs MX Joner Maud Kathreen Kaloo Max Kennedy Wm " amper Nilhem Kirby John X Kane Miss Agnes Knudson C Kappedal Susy Kralevskv John harlson Miss Jennie Kroning Minnie Kasson Johu Krueger Mrs Keefe Miss Nellie Kubik Miss Marie Kcifer Miss Pauline Lajor Minsir Lewis Luzerne L "™ ake Miss Emma . Lidcn Morris S Lake R P Lincoln Ed Lamb B Lindborg Mrs X S Lang Johh Livingston Miss Ruth Larson C J Ljunquist Miss Aman- Larsen G da Laughton E S Loun W- B Lay ton T Loab J A Lavallee I D LourelMrsA Lebeteinll Lundbeck Mrs Leighton Ethel Lundberg O Lemeenquist Axel Lundberg W Leroy Chas F Lundberg Filda Leveau C A Lutes W H Lewis Joe [VlcAvoy Miss Mag Mershon G E Mrs * 1 - & c „ . Martinson Miss Maria McCann X A Manin C A McConnell Miss Jen-Matheson J W I? 11 , 1 ? ,„„ Mautby Missllettie. McDougal M F . Milur John McEntoshJohn Miller Jas McGiel F F Miller Cnas McKenzie Mr Miller Frank E McKenzie DC Miller Miss Jennie McKenzie John Mills Miss Evan McPhie Chas S Morrison P McQuade Mr Mont Albert Madlik Albert Moore Miss Ada MahoneyJG Moore Leander Hat* Majdco Fortunate rlson Malm Alexander Moore P A Marcum Geo Morris Dr II Markowitz M 2 Morgan John J Marr Mrs C Myhres Miss Lula Marsh Mrs Evena Nash EII Nilssen Miss Hilda " elson Miss HannahNord Mrs Anton Nilssen Miss Ida Northup W Nilssen N ■ -.;, . ,>,,',:;'. O Council Frank Olson Gustuf ~" 'Sullivan Dennis Olson Miss Hannah Olson A Olson Soen Page J M Pcnfold Mrs Chas 3^ aimer Mrs Mary Peterson Mrs Adolf Palmer Miss Hattie Peterson J F Parker Bert Phillips II Parker Geo B Pickett Miss Mamie Parkhorst X 2 Pitcher Miss Mabel Paulle L ■ Player John Pearel Thomas Porter Geo W * Penderson A Potter C B Peuderson Hans Powers Miss Annie Peterson Tarn Powers Howard Pogg Geo Proctor Richard A Quill T Queen The Woodoo 2 iiinlan D L ; cade B B Ross A R : " eynolds MissLaret-Rollins Harry de Romen Mrs Nellie Roberts Geo Ross W D Roberson Mrs L A Running John Roberson Mrs Lizzie Ryan Jas Savage John . Sinclair Jack """" chmidd Mrs M Smith D C Schniiding Kristinen Smith Jas Schmidt Otto Smith R Scheon Mrs Spiess J B Screeengost J E 2 Stallman Edward Schrouck Miss Clara Star James Scott Capt J G Stevenson A Sederstrom S Stewart C E 3 Sigar Frank Stillwell Miss Bertha Shally Mrs Cathrine Stothard Mrs Ann Sheely J C a- --■->■ ; Stowers Rev C N Sherwood Miss Mm- Strom Albert nic Sullivan Michael Simon J T Suther A Simpson Miles .'.'■■•' - 'Thailand C S Trap Audro J- aulson Wm Trenkaus L Taylor Miss Bessie Trevowatßd Thorson Ole True J J Thurston Miss Nellie Tullock Jas Tolicoeur Turner Lizzie •'■'• 'A; T Thlfelder Leo Upham Ezra S Van Sickler A S Vesnau Mrs Geo arwlnn MissHannaViuod John W'alaman A B Wieck Mrs Hilmer alters Mrs L I Wieurke Aud Watkins Frank * Wiener Casper Weaver J M Wilson Henry Weber Miss Rachel Wilson Mrs J F Weir A M Wilson Miss M West Michael Wise J West Wisdon Joseph A Weston Chas . Wolf M Weyniss Mrs Annie R Wood Mrs F White Mrs E Woodward Sam :•':; THinn AND FOURTH CLASS. Casper J it Hodge Miss Mary " .; i"';- '. ~ " ■ -^ LIST OF UNPAID LETTERS. Anderson C E Larsson Miss Anl Anderson A E Nyberg A P Anderson Fanny Petterson Frank Bergman August Petterson G W Erickson Carl . Pisarce Albert Goldblum S Husitto Domeneglo Hilderson John Sa ndberg P G Johnson Alfred Lsrason Miss Anl Joung John '-'--" Wick Mrs Ililma Karlson Swan Olof Zalusky Johan —^^^— sssss — '^^— ' — * *^ "^^^ STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey— ss. District Court, Second Ju dl cial District. Elizabeth Schaefer, Andreas Faltermann, Philipp Faltermann, Konrad Faltermann, Helnrich Faltermann, Franclska Schuall, Gabriel Faltermann. . Katherine Sitt, Mar garctha Scherdt, Barbara Faltermann. Plaintiffs, vs. Mary S. Seltzer, Allen B. Seltzer, Michael A. Faltermann, Mary K. Faltermann, William A. Faltermann, De fendants. SUMMONS. The State of Minnesota to the above-name J defendants: ftOffUßWlfffy: You, and each of you, are hereby Bum - moned and required to answer the con - plaint in the above-entitled action, whici is now on file in the office of the clerk <<:' the above court, at the city of St.Paul, count ; of Ramsey and state of Minnesota,and to sen • a copy of your answer to said complaint < .i the subscribers, at their office in the city of St. Paul, in ' the county of Ramsey, with' • twenty days after the service of this su: mons upon you, exclusive of the day W such service; and if you fail to answer ti. • said complaint within the time aforesaid, i!. : plaintiff in this action will apply to ti: • court for the relief asked in said complain That the above action is for the partition vi] the following described real estate, situate i:i said county, viz. : The western half (wt-i of lot numbered ten (10), in block numbered eleven (11), of Winslow's addition to i! • city of St. Paul, according to the plat there r> on file and of record iv the office of the Ren ter of Deeds of Ramsey county, Minnesota. Dated this sth day of May, A. D. 1883. BROWN & SCHRADER, - Plaintiffs' Attorneys, St, PauL, Mian, 7