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In Every Case the Money Must Accom
pany the Order.
AXIOMS orr*E*gi*i>.
AGEXTs— An agent in every town in
Minnesota and Dakota to introduce the
"Time Electrical Alarm Clock;" the only
reliable alarm clock ever made. For circu
lars and particulars, address N. T. Hall, 110
Fust Fourth St., St. Paul. 143
AGENTS— Wanted, agents, male and le
male. to sell an easy-selling and good
article, for Ramsey, Hennepin, Carver, Da
kola and Scott counties. Inquire 712 East
Seventh si. 141-147
for positions leave your application: we
are the old reliable. 143-145
for all kinds jobs, jobs, jobs file your
application. 143-145
southwest comer Seventh and Robert
St., St. Paul. 143-145
BAKER— Wanted, a good bread and cake
baker at D. K. Cameron's, River Falls,
Wis. 138-144
BOOKKEEPER— at once, a com
petent bookkeeper for insurance oflice;
none but competent parties need apply. Ad
dress, giving references, age and salary ex
pected, to Lock Box 1861, Eau Claire, Wis.D
BOY— boy who lias had some experience
in an ■ architect's office. Inquire at
Office, 8 and 9. 388 Wabasha st. 3
CANVASSEK— Wantca, immediately, at
■> No 20 Fillmore ay. 143-114
CARPENTER wanted to call at 735 Bay
> St. Ed Murphy. 3
IARPENTERS— Wanted, six first-class
' carpenters at once. D. 11. Tandy, Ham
line, Minn. 3
If ORE ROY— Boy to do chores for his
board and lodging at 77 Summit ay. 2
CLERK— Young man would like situa
tion in grocery store: five years' ex
perience; speaks German best; references
given. II 37. Globe. 3
CLERK — Smart boy of fifteen years age,
' or more, German preferred, " can find
steady employment in general store. Address
P. M." Cottage Grove, Minn. 1 13-145
COATMAKERS — Wanted, coatmakers
' who can take work home. Call at the
Atlantic Tailoring company, 23 West
Fifth st. 3
COOK— (White) male, at Ramaley's, 150
and 152 East Fourth st. 2
DRIVER— Wanted, experienced boy to
• drive laundry wagon. Apply North
western laundry, 171 East Thirteenth st. 3
I"~, Ml'IiO YM ENT— Young man. twenty
-J three, seeks situation in dry goods
store or other light employment; four and
one-half and live and one-fourth years' ref
erences. Address E 42, Globe. 3
HORSEMAN— Wanted, young man to
take care of horses; wages moderate.
Apply 7S East Seventh St., Room 9. 2
MEN— active men of good address.
Good pay and good prospects. White
Sewing Macnine company. 394 Wabasha st,
PAINTER— Young man to paint a house
by the day or job. Call at 94 East Fair
field ay.. West St Paul. 3
PAINTERS— Two good house painters
wanted . Apply 259 Maria ay. 143
POLISHERS wanted at Union laundry,
149 West Third st. 2
PORTER— Wanted, a good porter in the
barber shop corner Third and Minne
sota sts. 3
PRESSMAN— good cylinder pressman
wanted; steady work. "J. W. Cunning
bam & Co. 3
OHiMd. ERS wanted at corner of Martin
IO and Jay Ms. 2
TAIL OKS— Wanted, two coatmakers and
A two pants makers at 899 West Seventh
st. 3
ANTED— Bookkeepers, salesmen, office
»V clerks, collectors, bartenders, coach
men, hostlers, drivers, janitors, watchmen.
engineers, firemen, teamsters, etc., to call
and learn our method of advertising your
wants. Advertising Directory Company. 78
East Seventh st., Room 9. " 141-43
API K| PER MONTH— SS starts you ill
"4P !.«-/'■/ business; county rights free : send
stamp tor catalogue 10 Patterson Oil Burner
company. 207 Canal St.. Chicago. 111.116-143
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 better 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 Walasha sts. 120*
Gi UTAH INSTRUCTlON— lnstruments
T selected for purchasers free of charge.
Malcolm E. Nichols, 507 Grand Opera Block.
EARN SHORTHAND— Best principles
of Graham, and Munson taught;
entire course, SlO. William A. Shepfer,'2sl
lglehart st. 141-43
and telegraphy: first-class and exclusive;
lessons day or evening or by mail send for
circulars. "The Anna Drew school, Hale
block, cornel Third and Jackson sts. 103*
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 oi 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
Lessons day. evening, and by mail. Mal
colm E Nichols, 507 Grand Opera block.
■ 131*
boa ki> offi:ki:i>.
OARIMNG —Large finely furnished
rooms, both single -and en suite, with
all modern improvements; also first-class
table board, at 342 Fast Eighth st. 141-43
BOARD— Unfurnished room, with best
board, cheap, in private family; bath;
central location. 639 cedar st. 143
AST EIGHTH ST., 275— First-class
rooms with board. 140-146
LEYENTII ST., 64. EAST— Elegantly
furnished room and board; all modern
conveniences ; electric lights, etc. 137-143
EXCHANGE ST;, 388— Front room, en
suite, wilh board ; cheap rent. 14345
FORT ST., 374 NORTH— and room
at reasonable terms. 133
THIRD ST.. 342, WEST— Near Summit
— Furnished front room; gas and
-bath; 6 o'clock dinner. 143
rjtENTH ST., 63. WEST— Nice furnished
J- room with board. 141-143
HOUSE— Wanted, six or seven-room house
in tipper town about Aug. 15. Address
A 13. Globe. 143-147
ROOMS— two unfurnished rooms,
XV suitable for light housekeeping; rent
must be low. Address F 23, Globe. 143
ROOMS— by young gentleman, a
XV{ suite of three tarnished rooms; must be
arge and airy, and in pleasant location; con
venient to business. Address 11 31, Globe.
Beach, forty chambermaids, laundresses
and scrubbers. Apply Douglass' Intelli
gence, 35 Seventh st. 143
CHAMBERMAID— Wanted one girl for
V> chamber work and assist with washing.
275 East Eighth st. -. v >: 2
COOK— Wanted, good cook and dining
room girl at Room 31. Reardou block,
comer Seventh and Minnesota sis. 1
COOK— a cook at Yallev bouse.
No. 228 West Third st. ' 3
COOK — Wauted, a good cook to go to
-' White Bear lake for the summer. Ap
ply at 99 Mackubin St.. corner Aashland ay.l
COOK— a girl to cook, wash and
iron; good wages paid. Call immedi
ately, at No. 14 Forbes St., near Ramsey st. 1
COOK— in a small family; a respectable
girl as cook, washer arid irouer: good
wages. 53 Summit ay. • 143-45
pOOK wanted at No. 8 West Third st. 2
both to understand washing and iron
ing, at 125 East Seventh st. 3
maley's, 150 and 152 E. Fourth st. . 2
ternational hotel. 2
TytKssMAKKK— a lirst-class
xj dressmaker and two apprentice girls at
473 Wabasha St., Room 9. 1—
D KESSMAKING— Wanted, two respecta
ble girls to learn dressmaking. . Apply
to Miss E. Osborn, 'AOV* West Third st. 3
St. James hotel. 3
IRL WANTED— Good cook. Apply
039 Cedar st. §
GIRLS wanted at City hotel, 357 Robert
st. . 3
GIRLS wanted at Room 10, Forepaugh
block, Seven corners. 143-14
GIRLS— Want girls for in and out of the
city, also second girls. Mrs. Davenport.
27 East Seventh st. 143
WORK— Girl for general house
work in family of three; wages, Sl2 per
month. 633 Ashland ay. 3
OUSEWORK— a good girl for
general housework, at 543 Broadway
st. : Swede preferred. 3
OL'SEWOKK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; German preferred. 466
lglehart st. 3
OCSEWOKK— Wanted, girl for general
housework in small family; $14 per
month, if competent. 377 Martin st. 3
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
general housework; one that can speak
English; highest wages paid. Apply at 962
Burr st., corner Case st. - 3
HOUSEWORK— A good, steady girl for
private boarding house: one who under
stands cooking. 517 Wabasha. 2
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work; home for the right party; call
evenings. 236 Goodrich ay. 1
Hoi Wanted, a good girl for
general housework: small family; Ger
man preferred. 515 Ashland ay. " 1
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work at No. 331 Rondo st. ; call at resi
dence. - 3
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted for general
housework at 37 East Ninth St. 3
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work in small family at 47 Kent st. 1
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, "strong, compe
tent girl for general housework; 5-10
Minnesota st. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl tor general
housework at 543 Broadway st.; Swede
preferred. * l
OUSEWORK— girl for general
housework. 342 Pleasant ay. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl lor general
housework. 50 East Seventh st. 1
HOUSEWORK — Girl wiio understands
general housework; good wages: apply
at once. 227 lglehart st. 138-42
OUSEWORK— French girl wanted for
general housework; good home and
pay for competent person; no Canadian
French wanted. 590 Jackson st. 1
K. KELLY & CO., 171 East Seventh
• St., are selling a gent's line French calf,
hand-sewed congress or Bal. shoe tor S4.
LADY— Must have a fair education and
good address, to take a somewhat re
sponsible position with a leading house; a
middle-aged lady preferred; apply after 10
o'clock. J. Breutano. 272 East Seventh St.,
up stairs. 113
ADY CLERK— Wauted, lady clerk in
real estate office; one who can use type
writer preferred: inclose stamp for reply.
Address B 16, Globe. '■■'■- "•■* ■■- •*1
TVTURSE— Wanted, an experienced nurse
1* girl with references; apply mornings.
325 Dayton ay. 3
fyjUKSE— An experienced nurse warned at
1^ 350 Summit ay. 1
OLISHER — Wanted, a No. 1 hand
polisher. U T X Laundry, 122 Dakota
ay. 3
OLISHEES— polishers at Union
laundry, 149 West Third st. 3
SECOND GIRL wanted at 342 West
Third st. 143
SECOND GIRL— Competent second girl
wanted; 379 East Tenth st. 3
ASH WOMAN— a good wash
>V woman. 582 John st. • 3
— MONEY is loaned by us on improved
• real estate security in St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Duluth at 6, 0 l .->, 7, 7^2 per cent,
on shortest notice for any amount. It. M.
Newport* son. investment bankers, 152,
153 and 151 Drake block, St. Paul. 73*
i'-l Company— Loan from $10 upward on
furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with
out removal; also on warehouse receipts,
diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackev,
manager. Room 14, First National bank build
int;. St. Paul, and Room 7, Mackey-Lesg
block, Minneapolis. 250*
"\/l ONEY LOANED on improved or unim
-1»-L proved city property, at lowest current
rates, without delay. Purchase money mort
gages bought and sold. Bargains in real es
tate. Milliard & Burton, 323 Jackson st.
■ 141-147 '
jl/l ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per
il-!- sohal property, household furniture,
horses, etc. ; also on diamonds and jewelry;
commercial paper discounted. Security
Loan Co., 325 Jackson st., J. E. Flanigan,
manager. 162*
MONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per
sor.al property, diamonds, jewelry.furni
ture, horses, etc. ; commercial paper and
time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard &
Co., 126 East Third st. 291*
"JIT ONEY TO LOAN on real estate, and
I'JL good first mortgages bought and sold
by D. 11. Michaud, real estate and loans, 333
Jackson st. 141-147
ONEY TO LOAN on short time in small
iMx. amounts on personal property security.
L. G. Kilborn, 51 East Fourth st. " 120-59
ONEY TO LOAN— In small or large
sums; no delay. J. C. Stout i Co., 324
Jackson st. 113*
jl/I ONEY TO LOAN— By Hunt & Sever
-1»1 ance, 34 Third st.. room 1; iv
large and small amounts on furniture, horses,
carriages, libraries, warehouse receipts, etc ;
. the. same to remain hi the . owner's posses
sion; also on watches, jewelry, diamonds,
etc; business strictly conhdential; a private
room for ladies. -'•/•-... 292*
"IT ONEY TO LOAN on improved and un
l»x improved city property, at usual rates;
no delay. Paget &. Smith, Room 49, German-
American bank. 73*
ONEY TO LOAN. 111 sums to suit, irorn
$1 up, on watches, diamonds and all
goods of value special rates on sums of $50
and over. J. E. Ingham, 327 Jackson st.
MONEY TO LOAN on diamonds,
watches, and all 'Roods of value. Pri
vate office for consultation. George R.
Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. S2»
VV years, five thousand ($5,000) dollars
at 6 per cent on first-class improved inside
residence property; worth five times amount.
Address D, Globe. 141-43
Qlfl S'-J5. SSO, rSIOO TO LOAN on tur
<?-"-»/ niture, pianos, carriages, horses,
cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any
• other article of value; cash advance made on
goods in storage; promptness and privacy
guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable
rates and no outside fees. St. Paid Loan
company, No. 3091/2 Jackson St., Rooms 1
ami "2. 05*
- consulted on all affairs of life through
the magic mirror; satisfaction guaranteed.
No. 513 Robert St., Room 10, upstairs.
. 136-149
[IT ME. DE GROASE, the only reliable
-L»-L life reader and lady phrenologist that
ever visited this city, is now stopping at 430
Wabasha st, second" flat. Room 21; full his
tory SI, three questions 50 cents. 143-145
oldest and best clairvoyant fortune
teller, 402 Minnesota St., between sixth and
Seventh. , 141-47
jYTOTICE— The 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.
Cullen. 138-144
THE PASTE who tjok.C. T. Dunbar's
saddle, bridle, etc., from Cullen's livery,
25 West Fourth st., is requested to return
them at once and save trouble. K. P. Cullen.
Male. ,
BARKER Young man wants to learn the
barber trade: can furnish good refer
ence. Address I 70. Globe. _3
OOKKEEPER would like some sort of
lemployment evenings,- after 7: four
years' experience. Address D 20, Globe. 1
OOKKEEPER— A set of books to keep
during 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. i
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, a position as
bookkeeper by a young man who has
had experience and can furnish first-class
references. Address W D IS, Clobe. 3
BOOKKEEPER — Practical bookkeeper
and general, office man open for engage
ment 21st of May; good references. Address
Postoffiee Box 256, Minneapolis. 133-45
BOOKKEEPER— wanted by an
honest and trustworthy young man as
bookkeeper; can furnish good references.
Address C. A. Schilling, New Ulm, Minn.
. 143-144
BOOKS— Opened, closed, posted, expert
work, etc. Y. Spraguo. Room 25. Min
nesota Bank building, or Stillwater, Minn.
122* - "
CLERIC— 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. 1
C*<LERK— Young man of steady l habits
* desires a position with some wholesale
dry goods, grocery or commission house;
best of references ; can control some out
side trad.c Address 037 Cedar st. 139-144
CILEKK — .Situation wanted by a married
' man in a clothing store; five years" ex
perience, with best of references; can speak
German. Address R 113, Globe. 141-147
CIOACHMAN— Situation wanted as such
J by a single young man with good rec
ommendations. Address C 36, Globe. 3
MAN— Having been away for a
' time.l desire to get a position in a private
family: best city references. Address H 14.
Globe. * 3
tiOOK — Situation wanted by a first-class
' hotel cook. Address A B, Globe, Min
neapolis. 3
COOK— Situation wanted by first-class
cook and baker; No. 1 references. Ed
Tiifilett, Second st. north. Minneapolis. 3
OII.KI'TOK- Wanted, situation as col
lector; speaks English and Germen ; best
of references: can give few thousand dollars
security. Address K. S., Globe. 141-43
DELIVERY MAN— A young man who
X-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 U 49. Globe. 1
ENGINEER— wanted as engi
neer or fireman ; has license and good
references. Address J 78, Globe. '■ 1
EMPLOYMENT— A young man wishes to
get some kind of work during the day
time from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. that will pay his
board; not far from Third st. Address II 7.
Globe. 143
EMPLO YMENT— Wanted, by a young re
liable man, situation in a wholesale
house; used to fill orders and got a good ex
perience in shipping; first-class recommen-
dations. E 54, Globe. 1
MPLOY3IENT— SingIe man, age twenty;
four, wants position as coachman,
gardener, etc; sober and agood references.
Address Oscar Newstrom, 174 West Third
st. 3
EMPLO YMENT— Boy 16 years old would
like to have a situation in a grocery store
or hardware store; speaks German; J 72.
Globe. _3
EMPLOYMENT— Boy IB years of age
would like to get a place to learn the tin
smith trade. Address G 16. Globe. 3
MPLOYMENT— A young man of twentv
five, who. speaks German and English]
wants a position; not afraid of work: was
five years in his last position. Address C 74,
Globe. , , 1
B OSTLER— PIace in private family to
care for horses and do chores around
house; city reference. Address G 45. Globe.
JANITOR— janitor wants posi
lion. Address G 70. Globe. 3
EBBENGER BOY— Situation wanted
ill. by a twelve-year-old boy to work in of
fice or as messenger boy. Address Fred Fire
store, 304 Rice st. ; 1
PRINTER would like situation in job
office ; has had six years' experience:
competent to do any kind of commercial
work. Address E 59, Globe. 3
SALESMAN— A 1 clothing salesman wants
position. Address C 60. Globe. 1
TEN OGRAPHER— Wanted, position as
stenographer or amanuensis; can take 130
words per minute; notes transcribed in long
hand or on typewriter, as desired; thorough
ly experienced; will work all or part of day
permanently; first-class references given. Ad
dress .1 59, Globe. 143-49
STENOGRAPHER— by . compe
tent stenographer and typewriter oper
ator, willing to do any kind of office work;
best of references given. Address G, 81,
Globe. 143-45
DISPOSE of your horses and carriages by
recording them in the Directory. Ad
vertising Directory Company. 141-43
FAVOKI. imported French coach stallion,
will make the season of ISSB 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. 141-17
FOR SALE— A good family horse, buggy
and harness. Address M. G lobe. 143
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
FORSAKE— One heavy draft horse and
la-platform spring" wagon and one
double set of heavy harness at 445 Rice st
Tj* (,li SALE— Very fine six-year-old family
x. mare; kind and handsome. 57 West
Third st. 143 145
Ij** OK SALE— Voting mare; what have vim
to offer? Address E, Globe office. Still
water. Minn. 1 10-143
FOR SALE- Good single truck. 325 Rob
ert st. __ 141-43
FOR SALE— A fine pair of horses 5 and
15 years old. Will sell one or both. Can
be seen at stable, 540 Summit avenue. A. G.
Sency. room 53, Gilfillan block. 123-127*
old, kind, gentle and very stylish;* cau
show close to three-minute gait"; weight,
1,000 pounds: $200 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. 41 -44
HORSES— sale, good, young span of
horses, or will exchange for good lot.
or sell them on time. Inquire at No. 140
East Fourth St., Room 8. - " : .-.' 141-43
HORSE, two-seated side-bar and har
ness, SI SO cash; black Morgan colt.
two years old. S~3; 1130 Ross st. 138-41
INSURE your horses and cattle in The
sterling Live Stock Insurance company,
"><»:> Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. 130*
PON V— For sale, the nicest pony in the
city; harness or saddle. Inquire 272
Jackson. 141-147
I 0 Be sure and see immediately the highly
I brad lot of saddle, pacing and trotting horses
1 have for sale at Vaughn's Palace stables,
Minneapolis; in the lot will be found a hand
some lli-hand highly bred carriage team,
several ordinary roadsters, several tancy 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,
Teun. 141-47
WAGON— For sale, a good strong de
»V livery wagon, at No. 20 Fillmore ay.
OY LOST— Left his home on Monday,
14th May. Joseph Conroy. aged twelve
years; blue suit on and a brown knitted cap,
lace shoes; light brown hair, bine eyes, fair
complexion. Any information of his where
abouts will be thankfully received by his
parents, Joseph and Sarah Conrov, 1*52
West Ninth St., St. Paul. " 143
LOST One dark bay horse and one light;
both heavy horses; light one had crooked
legs. If found return to corner Page and
Oakdale ay.. West side. 143
ARE LOST— Dark bay mare, mane on
leftside, a rub-sore under the body
near the right leg; cable line shoes; finder
greatly rewarded. Apply 80'J East Seventh
st. ' 143-144
UMBRELLA LOST-Will the person Who
took silk umbrella by mistake from third
row, parouette circle. Opera house, Saturday
matinee, kindly return to 397 East Tenth st,":
reward. 143-44
O EXCHANGE— A good driving horse
in exchange for board at restaurant. Ad
dress B 48, Globe. 143-44
TO EXCHANGE— A nice large lot in
White Bear as part payment on lot in
St. Paul. Call on or address E. Newstrom,
White Bear Lake, Minn, 143-144
siruATioiys wasted.
Female. .
CIASHIER, 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 formal house. 136-146
DRESSMAKER— Has had experiences
would like sewing in families ; good fit
guaranteed. Address D 6, Globe. 3
RESSMAKER— wants s<*w[
ing in families. Address 271 Prairie
st. __________!
DRIVER— Any one wanting a careful
driver, one understanding horses, (cart
riagc), address W S. Globe. 3
EMPLOYMENT— woman wants warl^
by the day; washing, ironing or cleaning
house. 421 Martin st. 1
MPLOYMENT'— A young lady would
like to have ■ employment as copyist or
work in an office. Address 293, Farrington
avenue. Sawn r 7
HOUSEKEEPER— A lady would like", a
situation as housekeeper in city '.or
country. Call at 185 East Seventh st!, St.
Minn. ' 1
AUNDRY WORK— By agirl. who would
like to do wash and laundrvimr for pri
vale family. Call at 290 Mississippi' st. a.3
ES DAMES— SeveraI good girls waiting
for places at mv office. Call Monday.
52 West Tenth. Mrs*. M. A. Bertram.
OFFICE WORK— young lady would
like a position as copyist or office work;
can use typewriter. Address II 89, Globe. 1
PHOTOGRAPHER— Wanted, by a lady a
position in a photograph gallery as oper
ator or reception room. Call at tbc'B. W. C,
21 West Fifth st. 1
SALESLADY— An experienced saleslady
would like situation in a store; speaks
French, English and German. Address 1095
Fauquier st. 1 ■
ECOND GlßL— Place in private family
to do second work; city reference. M.
8.. Globe. * 1
SEWING— Young lady wants place to sew
for board, near Tenth and St. Peter. J
33. (.lobe. 1
npEACIIEU— a position by young
A lady as teacher in private family." writ
ing of any kind or clerk in office;" best of
references. Address B 47. Globe. 3
gence affice will satisfy you ; call and
see. 52 West Tenth st. " 138-144
»* by young lady, washing "and ironing
to do at residences. Inquire at 199 Cooper
St.. in rear of 500. 1
WASHING, ironing or houseeleaning"
wanted ; will go at families or do it at
my home. Mrs. A. Johnson. so 6 Ellen st- 1
A. 11. Sicolay-. Auctioneer.
x. 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. Nicolav will sell at
auction, on the premises, Monday afternoon,
May 28, 1838. at 3 o'clock, rain or shine, No.
103 est Tenth St., opposite Fort St., that
very valuable business property, fronting 60
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 tor business or residence
purposes. This part of the city, the most
central, is rapidly being improved with the
most substantia] improvements. In its im
mediate vicinity cosily 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- J
imity to the best schools, churches, state I i
capitol, street cars and cable lino. It is with- i j
in walking distance of our leading business :| '
thoroughfares and wholesale business dis- j
trict, including the custom house, postoffiee, i
I . s. courts and all prominent hotels. The I
present rental of the houses on this lot is S7."> I
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 ' !
percent interest, at the option of" the pur- :
chaser. For maps, hand-bills and full par- i
ticulars apply or write to A. H. Nicolav, Auc- j
tioneer, No. 116 East Fourth St., or Handy: & ■
Handy. 204 Grand Block. ■___ 133-uM
A. HI. _____»______ Auctioneer. j|j
until to-day— 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 Tuesday, May
22. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, lots *8 and
9, in block ('», Brewster's addition to St. Paul;
tiiis property is without doubt the most de
sirable site for residence purposes at present
attainable iv St. Paul, handsomely situated
on an eminence overlooking the entire city
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 1,. Merriam nearly opposite the
grounds to be sold, the fine homes of Hon W
11. Merriam, Frank B. Bass, Uri Lamprey,
William Dawson, William Liudeke and others.
The property In question lias a frontage on
Brewster ay. of 100 feel by a depth of ISO
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
city, being advised by his physician to take
trip across the ocean and spend a year or so
111 the old world, thinking that a change of
air and scene will prove beneficial. A. M.
Dohcrty, auctioneer, office 51 East Fourth st
_ ___ Hollow »3. Auctioneer.;
-TV Carriages— l 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 Rockawav coupe with
pole and shafts, good as new: cost $600; has
been used but little, is 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, 15i* hands high. weighs about l,ooo,has
no record, but has shown 2:40 gait on the
ice last winter, is a line driver and very styl
ish ; this property is offered for sale not from
any fault, but because the owner has no
furlheruse for it: sale positive and terms
cash. For further particulars call on or ad
dress E. Holloway, auctioneer, 101 East
Fourth st. 141-144
x. auction. I will sell at auction, on the
premises. Saturday, May 26. at 2:30 p.m.,
lot 1, block 84, Adam Gotzian's Subdivision
of Lyman Dayton's addition, being the cor
ner of East Third and Mendota sts., with im
provements very suitable • for grocery store
ana butcher snop"; to capitalists I will say
this property can be rented on the day of
sale for §*»00 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 houses 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. 141- 146
Fox tic liory. 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 ou consign
ments and prompt returns made. A. Korji,
auctioneer. 105*
MISCTM_l_Aiyi*»"P». *
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 sale's made at pri
vate residences in town or. country; carpet
cleaning. San somes' Auction. Storage &
Forwarding Company, 232 East Seventh st
412-114 Sibley st,. St. Paul, Minn. 40*
Wanted, service of thoroughbred
Gordon setter dog. Address at once
Lock Box 6. Osceola. Minn. 143-45
NOTICE— Persons owning low property
1" along Marshall ay., between Sneiling and
Cleveland ays., would do well to see the con
tractor on work. 141-147
YPEWRITING 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*
I > RING your old hats: have them re
) " shaped, pressed, dyed or bleached;
ostrich feathers dyed to match dress trim
raings at Hayes & Hayes, 30i'2 West Third st,
up stairs. • 141-42
L. JAMIESON * CO.'S Steam Dye
• Works— clothing a specialty.
--14 West Sixth St.. St. Paul. Minn. 134'
Fin /<? t0 let ads in the Globe are seen by
* iv to the most people. I
. - Houses. . ■-_■'
Flat— From June 1 to Oct. 1, the'
corner flat, first story, eight rooms, of
562 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 M.D.Miller. 131-160
JTTOUSE— For rent, splendid 1 0-room house ;
MfX. all modern improvements; cheap to
good tenant C. A. Esterley, Mannheimer
alock. ■ 143
HOUSE— One house and several tenements
for rent, from $20, $15, $10, $8, $6; 254
Commercial st. , 143*
BOUSE — For rent, tenement of six rooms
A A and attic, near Irvine Park, for $25 a
month. No. 66, German- American Bank
building. ; 141-150
HOUSE— Six rooms; city water and good
cellar. 129 Valley st. 141-13
HOUSE— For rent furnished house; three
months from June 1. 159 Arundel st.
_> - • 141-43 ■
OUSE AND RARN— Nine-room house
and barn; all modern improvements;
143 Randolph st. Apply to James O'Meara,
303 Jackson. * 138-144
HOUSES— For rent, by the St. Paul Trust
•lA 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. 140-46
HOUSE— For rent, furnished house; eight
rooms ; from June to September: low
rent to careful parly. I. L. Mahan. Odd
leliovs' block. 138-144
HOUSE For rent, eight-room boose with
bath and all modern improvements;
one block from cable on Mackubin»st. I. L.
Mahan, Odd Fellows' block. . . 133-144
HOUSE— large house with modern
improvements, 585 John St., for rent at
S4o per mouth. Apply to Dr. Nabcrsberg. 67
Last Third St.. up stairs. 143
HOUSE— For rent, an eight-room house at
344 Ramsey st. Inquire at 437 Oak
land st. . 141 43
____^ Rooms.
pany, 78 East Seventh St., Room 9—
Rooms recorded in the Directory will bring
you many callers. " 1-43
"DID WELL ST., 448— For rent, four
XJ rooms for light housekeeping ; water on
floor: all new. 143-45
ROADWAY, 528-For rent, two hand-
XJ somely furnished front rooms; all con
veuiences; board if desired. 140-43
jpEDAR ST., 506— Pleasant rooms, en
""-*" suite or single; board if desired. Di
rectly opposite capitol. 143-44
pENTRAL AY., 17, EAST-One very
"^ pleasant alcove front room; one single
room, only $0". 142-147
pENTRAL AY.. 61L,>, WEST— Furnished
*s room, with use of bath; one block from
street cars; terms moderate. 143-44
EIGHTH ST., 417. EAST— Two rooms :
-L* for gentlemen or ladies employed dur
ing day: board; private family. " 143-144
ItIHTII ST.. 257, EAST— Nicely fur
nished room. ■■ 141-117
IFTH ST., 119, Furnished
rooms, $3 to $10 per month. 141-143
FLAT— 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
C"OURTH ST.. 88 WEST-Furnished and
l unfurnished rooms tor rent. 143 144
FO I : KTHST., 60, WEST— For rent, one
front room; also back parlor, on ground
floor. 141-143
I>OUKTH ST.. 51. EAST— Uniurnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
all modern conveniences. James 11. David
son, Union block. 142-147
OUT ST., 362. corner Fifth— For rent,
three rooms, with alcove, closets, Phalen
water; convenient for housekeeping; private
bouse. 143-145
furnished front alcove room; gas and
bath : private family. 143
GORMAN AY., 613— Two good front
rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for
light housekeeping. ; 143-44,
IGLEHART ST.. Three connecting'
rooms; first floor; furnished for house
keeping or sleeping apartments. 1 23-54
ACKSON ST., 607— large, nicely
furnished room ; also one good side room ;
private family: 143-145
JACKSON ST.. 607— comfortable fur
nished room in private family. 143-45
MARKET ST.. 356— For rent, an elegant
J-Vl furnished front alcove room for two
gentlemen; also one side room; call from 7
to 8 in the evening. 143-45
MACKUBIN ST.. 220— a nice trout
■room to "rent with conveniences; bath, :
suitable for two: one block from cable road.
Address II M. Globe. 139-146
OAK ST., SOUTH, 246— Three furnished
rooms, single or en suite, for gentlemen.
enth and Minnesota— Finest rooms in
the city for gentlemen. Room 21. 141-48
ROBERT ST., 539— One front parlor,
suitable for gentleman and wife, or
two gentlemen : also two elegantly furnished
rooms; with or without board. 143
RANK.LIN ST.. 355, NORTH— For rent,
one furnished room. '....:'". 143
OOM-3IATE— A respectable gentleman
of good habits wanted as room-mate;.
rent cheap. 376 Market st. 143-143
ROOMS— Six furnished rooms: bath privi
lege of a few private boarders if de
sired; fine location; central. Address X 33,
clone. ; 143
ROOMS— float room, neatly fur
nished, for two gentlemen, or 'small
room for one; private family; three blocks
from Ramsey street barn. Apply 287
Prairie st. * " 143
ROOMS— For rent, six furnished rooms,
with privilege of keeping a few private
boarders. Address B 33, Globe. 143
SEVENTH ST., 303. WEST— Three or
four persons can rind pleasant rooms,
with or without board. 141-43
SIXTH 5T. .'"151. WEST. Berkman Block,
Third Floor— One nicely furnished room,
with use of bath. 141-43
UMMIT A V., 77— Handsomely furnished
room: modern conveniences. 142-43
OT. PETER ST., 6-12— Furnished lo.nn ior
O gentleman ; must give references. 141-43
ENTH ST.. 57 EAST— rent, double
parlors, completely furnished; also, an
alcove room, furnished: low rent. 138-144
ABAsHA ST., 505-Two fine large
furnished rooms ; also one small room :
cheap; private family. 143-43
ABASHAST., 574— A nice room for
two gentlemen : gas and bath room.
TORE— For reut, a store 25x130 feet,
with three lofts and basement, situated
in the wholesale district Apply to A. 11.
Wilder, 185 East Fourth st. 143-149
STORE— store on East Fifth sf„
with basement, and with or without
fourth floor; use of elevator. E. S.Norton.
335 Robert st. 141-43
TORE, corner ot Kent st! and St .
Anthony ay. J. W. McClung & Son, 57
National German-American bank. 138-144
TORE for rent; the fine store 305 West
. Seventh st. . 134*
OTO RES— your stores by recording
*3 them in the Directory. Advertising Di
rectory company, 78 East Seventh st. 141-43
STORES— Three story brick building with
' basement: has side track facilities: Nos.
337 and 339 East Third st. Address Russell
& Co., 335 Third st 14147
-,_[■ Offices.
ESK-ROOM for rent, at 132 East Fourth
xJ st. 143-118
BESK ROOM— $10 and ?15 per
U month. Inquire corner Third and Jack
son. Room 5, Hale block. - 133144
OFFICE— oflice room on Fourth St.,
vL7 in National German-American Bank
braiding. 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*
BAR FIXTURES— For sale, bar, counter,
sideboard, mirror, ice box, billiard and
pool tables, at Hotel Wiuslow, Seven corners.
Inquire at office. . . 141-43
OOK STOVE— good cook stove, nearly
new, for sale cheap. 666 Selby ay. . 1
FURNITURE— For sale very cheap, fur
niture of a seven -room house, ami house
for rent; location central, and convenient to
street railway. S. E. Middate, S3 East
Fourth St.- 143-49
room flat with modern conveniences;
reasonable price. Address D 34, Globe.
-._.«, 139-45
f quantity at Wabasha st. hill. 143-147
SAFE— burglar-proof safe for sale very
, cheap; Diebold make; steel chest; al
most new. Apply A. Jensen, 252 East Sev
enth st. , 143
SOME IRON FENCE, with double and
single gates, all complete. Inquire at
586 St. Peter st. ■ ' / 143-144
k3 cheap: cash or time. Witte Bros., 411 '
and 413 Fifth ay. south, Minneapolis, Minn.
- 14155
200,000 WANTS
Were printed In the Globe'b Advertising
Columns in 1887. This is the best evidence
that the Globe is the People's Pafeb.'-
LYONS & TICKNOR, Druggists, 707 East
Third street, corner Bates.
CONGER BROS.. Druggists, 349 University
avenue, corner Virginia. -'-:,-/■
MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash*
. land avenue and Dale street
A. P. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 761 Wert
Seventh street. ; : - „
BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue.
E. FOX, 482 Rice street
O. P. WILLIAMS. 648 Reaney street
FRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue.
J. H. HAVES. 441 West Seventh street
F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East Sev-»
- enth street. isf|*£S|g"fj!
MIPPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, 199
East Seventh street. ,
470 Jackson street. • '■■.-. ■•:.- •;.":
WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners.
M. D. MERRILL, books and . stationery, 442
JBFsrry-css cnAKCEs.
9lcKenney tic Larhaiice.
131 East Fifth street.
TVTOTHING LIKE it— A centrally located
m flat of twenty rooms, beautifully fur
nished, at present feeding thirty boarders;
always full ; $150 cleared every mouth : lease
and furniture for sale at a bargain; take the
time to look it over.
ONE MEAT MARKET with horse,
wagon and outfit complete; doing nice
business: cheap; see this before you buy.
WE HAVE three of the finest boarding
houses— l 2, 14 and 19-room— for sale,
all rilled with best clase of boarders, well lo
cated. at a sacrifice and easy terms.
ONE FIRST-CLASS paying restaurant,
good location, at a bargain; investi
PARTIES looking for anything in the
line of Business Chances would do well
to call and examine our mammoth list and
prices. McKenney & Lachance, 131 East
Fifth st., between Robert aud Jameson. 143
Miscellaneous ttusiness Chances
for a harnessmaker with $500 in 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 162 Como aye.
CONFECTIONERY, cigars, tobacco and
news; also light stock groceries; good
business: cheap rent; good living rooms;
this is an A No. 1 chance ; owner leaves
town. Address C 55, Globe. 143-49
EXPRESS, furniture moving and general
trucking business for sale: none but
. those intending business, aud with refer
ences, need apply. Address D 100, Globe.
' 143-144
FOR SALE— A good paving hardware bus
iness. Address Box 177, Faribault,
Minn. 143-49
OR SALE— A small, first class hotel,
cheap; reason for selling, owner has
other business. Address R. Clausen, Lam
berton. Minn. ' 141-47
FOR 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.
GROCERY STORE, meat market, flour
and feed, for sale at invoice; property
for rent or lease; rent, $25: good location in
the suburbs; no trade. Address J 23, Globe.
HOTEL— For rent from July 1, a furnished
hotel near depot in good" country town;
a good chance for the right man. Address
Ilotel, Globe, St. Paul. Minn. 143-48
JF 1 YOU WANT to sell your business, or
sell an interest to enlarge the same, ad
vertise with Advertising Directory company.
78 East Seventh st. 141-4*3
PARTNER WANTED in general mer
chandise business by June 1 ; intelligent
and experienced Scandinavian or German
preferred; f1. 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
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. . 61*
—815,000 for the best brick block on
West Seventh st., corner James st., opposite
the German Catholic church; all rented,
bringing nearly $1,500 a year; no better built
block and no finer location for business aud
increase in value. Inquire of A. R. Kiefer.
190 East Seventh st., Kiefer block. Room 3.
COZY HOME, handsome and well built,
on St. Anthony ay., at very low price
and easy payments. John A. Weide, 366
Jackson st. 141-43 !
FOR SALE At reasonable figures, choice j
residence property on St. Anthony hill.
Inquire on premises, 433 Holly ay. 141-143
OR SALE— Lot in block 8, Merriam Park ;
horse and extension top buggy. Capt.
Stevens, Fort Sneiling. 141-147
HOUSE $2,250 buys a good, new house
ou Aurora ay., close to car line; street
graded and sidewalks laid ; some cash, bal
ance $15 per mouth. Inquire of owner, No.
912 Aurora ay., or 146 East Fourth St.,
Room 8. 141-43
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
$200 per acre and lots and lots wfth houses
at all prices on and near Bice st. on easy
terms. J. F. Eisenmenger, 472 Rice st,
_ 134-163 ' : ; : y'V:
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
C-QRH BUYS a nice lot, well located, in
«JO»JU West St. Paul, near school and
street cars; this is $200 below (he market.
Address Owner, 608 First ay north, Minne
apolis^ 143-45
For sale, 250 head large young Mules and
horses; 100 Studebaker three and one-half
skein wagons: 100 double harness and
four pile drivers, complete: will sell livestock
with or without wagons or horses.
Room 32, National German- American Bank
... Building, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Post Office Department, Washington,
will be received at this Department until
noon on Wednesday, the twentieth day of
June. 1888, for furnishing, by contract Mail
Catchers and Brackets for the same, con
forming to the samples of this Department,
in such quantities, and at such times, as may
be ordered during one year from the first day
of July, 18s8. :..:,:•--
The proposals must be in accordance with
the printed specifications and forms which
will be furnished on application by letter to
the Second Assistant Postmaster General;
and the right to reject any or all of such pro
posals is hereby reserved. •
The contraet'which may be made will be
in conformity to such specifications and the
accepted proposal.
Postmaster General.
Ramsey, ss.— ln Probate Court, Special
Term, May 21, 1888.
In the matter of the estate of Amelia Peter
son, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Rich
ard W. Jlalmgren, of St. Paul Ramsey
county, Minnesota,- representing, among
other things, that Amelia Peterson, late of
St. Paul, Minnesota, on the 24th day of No
vember, A. D. 1886, at St. Paul, Minnesota,
died intestate, and being a resident of this ■
county at the time of her death, leaving
goods, chattels and estate within this county,
and fiat the said petitioner is a brother of
said deceased, and praying that administra .
tion of said estate be to him, Richard W.
Malmgren, granted;
It is ordered, That said petition be heard
before the judge ot this court on Thursday,
the 14th day of June, A.D. 1883, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the Probate Court Room in St. Paul,
in said county. •^i£sH^gS aK S£s*S*
Ordered further. That notice thereof be
given to the heirs of said deceased, and to all
persons interested, by publishing a copy of
this order for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, on Tuesday of each week,
in the St. Paid Daily Globe, a daily newspa
per printed and publisned at St. Paul, in said
county. '
By the Court,
[l. s.] . E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate.
Attest ; ERAfijs J*.objsßT, Jb., Clerk. 7 : , . ,
GRAVEL— Wanted, 400 or 500 ! yards of
gravel for paving, to be delivered in
June. Inquire at ISO West Seventh st
, 143-16
cash: quantity, quality, new or second
hand not objected to; will make calls at resi
dence. Address D 80. Globe. 143-47
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.
Paul. Minn. Telephone, 75:'. call 3. ___H
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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 12), Chapter
thirty four (34), of the General' Statutes of
the State of Minnesota and the laws of 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 saiS
business, or to the interest of the cotporation
in that behalf.
That the principal place of transacting the
business of this corporation shall be iv the
city of St. Paul. Ramsey county. Minnesota.
Art. II. — This corporation shall commence
on the first (Ist) day of June, A. D. 1888,
and continue thirty (30) years.
Art. lll.— The 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.— The names and places of resi
dence of the persons forming this corpora
tion are Mcintosh Howes, James R. Cooper.
Henry E. Hullsiek, Edward li. B. Bird and
Richard F. Nachtrieb, all residing iv said
-city of St. Paul, Ramsey, county, Minnesota.
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 presideut 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, alter 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 iv 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 be held 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 oil 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 coiporation
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 the stockholders and directors as in
their judgment the interests or business of
the corporatiou 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
Article VlL— The 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- I
unto subscribed our names and affixed our
seals this 10th of May, A. D. 1888.
EDWARD R. B. BIRD, [Seal.]
Signed and sealed in presence of
C. F. Dietz, I
W. Collins, Jr. J
Ramsey County. I s 3'
I, Edward Sturley, a Notary Public within
and for said Ramsey county, do hereby cer
tify that on this 12ih day of May, A. D. 1888,
before me personally came Mcintosh Howes,
James R. Cooper, Henry E. Hullsiek, Edward
R. B. Lird and Richard F. Nachtrieb, to me
personally known to be the same persons
who signed and sealed the above and fore
foregoing articles of incorporation, aud 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.]
County of Ramset. Vss.
Office of TnE Register of Deeds. J
This is to certify that the within instrument
was filed for record in this office, at St Paul,
on the 15 th 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.
Department or Statu, f
I hereby certify that, the within instrument
was filed for record in this office on the 11th |
day of May, A." D. 1888. at 12 o'clock m.. i
and was duly recorded in Book Uof Incor
porations, on page 141. 11. MATTSON.
-.-;•.;."..:.;; • . ••..,.. Secretary of State.
sota, County, of Ramsey— District
Court .;,--'
Edward M. Christian, plaintiff, vs. Peter
B. Christian, defendant.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution to me directed and delivered, and
now in my hands, issued out of the District
Court Fonrth Judicial District, State of Min
nesota, in and for the County of Henrepin,
upon a judgment duly rendered in said court
in favor of Edward M. Christian, the above
named plaintiff, and against Peter B Chris
tian, the above-named defendant, I have
levied upon the following described real es
tate of said defendant, to-wit: Undivided
one half (%) of Jot number five (5) in block
"A" in Bell's addition to West St. Paul, ac
cording to the plat thereof on file or of rec
ord in the office of the Register of Deeds in
and for Ramsey County, Minnesota;
and that I shall, on Fidav. the
Gth day of July, A. D. 1388, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
the frontdoor of the County Court House, in
the City of St. Paul in said county and state.
proceed to sell all the right title and interest
of the above-named Peter B. Christian in and
to the above-described property. by
him owned on the 21st day or May, 1888, to
satisfy said judgment and costs, amounting
to seven hundred . ninety-nine dollars
and 85 cents, together with all accruing costs
of sale, and interest on the same from the
21st day of December, 1887, at the rate of 7
per cent per annum, at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash.
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minn.
George McNeir, Plaintiff's Attorney, Min
neapolis, Minn. ' .---• , .
Dated St. Paul. Minn.. May 21st. 1388.
21st, 1888— Sealed proposals will be re
ceived until 12 o'clock, m., May 28, 1883,
for furnishing fuel, light, water, "ice and mis
cellaneous supplies required for this build
ing during the fiscal year ending June 30,
1839.- Particulars on" application. Accept
ance of proposals dependent upon congress
making the necessary appropriation. John
i. Farrington, custodian.;-..-.; > ; - v ~- ..: .- .;, ,=,;.;
7 :
O Ramsey— In Probate Court, General
Term. May 7th, 1888.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas D.
Jones, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
Anne Jones, of Ramsey county, Miunesota,
representing, among other things, that
Thomas D. Jones, late of said county and
state, on the Sth day of April, A. D. 1888, at
Ramsey county, Minnesota, died intestate,
and being a resideunt ot this county at the
time of his death, leaving goods, chattels and
estate within this county, and that the said
petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and
praying that administration of said estate be
to John C. Jones granted;
It is ordered, that said petition be heard
before the judge of this court on Thursday,
the 31st day of May, A. D. 1888, at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the Probate Court room in
St. Paul, in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be
given to the heirs of said deceased, aud to all
persons interested, by publishing a copy of
this order for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing, on Thursday of each
week, in the St. Paul Daily Glob'k. a daily
newsoaper printed and published at St Paul,
in said county. -..-v i. 6
By the Court
[l. s.] E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk.
Ramsey— In Probate Court. Special
Term, May 12, 1888. >
In the matter of the guardianship of Mary
Ann Flaherty and Julia Flaherty, minors.
On reading and filing the petition of
Henry B. Farwell, guardian of the persons
and property of said above-named minors, for
license to sell the real estate of his said
wards at private sale, and it appearing from
said petition that it is necessary and would
be beneficial to said wards that said real es
tate, or a part thereof, should be sold;
Itis ordered, that the next of kin of the
said wards and all persons interested m the
estate of said wards shall appear before said,
Probate Court, at the Probate Office, in tho
City of Saint Paul, in the County of Ramsev
aforesaid, on the 28th day of "June, A. D".
1883, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause why a license should not be granted
for the sale of said real estate.
And it is further ordered, that a copy of
this order be personally served on the next
of kin of said wards residing in said Ramsey
county, and on all persons interested in said
estate, at least fourteen days before the hear
ing of said petition as aforesaid, and by the
publication thereof for four successive
weeks on Tuesday of each week, in the St.
Paul Daily Globe, a daily newspaper printed
and published at St. Paul, in said Ramsey
county, the last of which publications shall
be at least fourteen days before said day of
By the Court.
[l. s.] E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr.. clerk.
Ramsey— District Court :" ,
Richard W. Malmgren, Plaintiff, against
John W. Peterson, Defendant. Summons,
demand, sum certain.
The state of Minnesota to the above-named
You, John W. Peterson, are hereby sum
moned and required to answer the complaiut
of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action,
which is on file in the office of the Clerk of
the said Court, at his office at St. Paul, Min
nesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to
said complaint on the subscriber at his office
in the city of St. Paul, in the county of Ram
sey, Minn., within twenty days "after the
service of this summons upon yon, exclusive
of the day of such service : and. if you fail to
answer the said complaint within ' the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in ibis action will
take judgment against you for the sum of
two hundred i.S'2OO) dollars, and interest
from February, 1888, at the rate of seven per
cent per annum, besides the costs and dis
bursements of this action.
Dated May 7th, A. D. 1838. -
Plaintiff's Attorney. St. Paul, Minn.
given that the undersigned, as assignee
of Peter A. Hatling, insolvent, will on Mon
day, the 28th day of May, A. D. 1888, at the
bite store of said Peter A. Hatling, in the
village of Starbuck. Pope county, Minnesota,
sell to the highest bidder for cash (subject to
the approval of the district court of the Sev
enth Judicial district, in and for the county
of Pope, state of Minnesota), the following
property, to wit: The store building and
lot lately occupied by said Peter A. Hatling:
also one lot in the village of Starbuck, all the
stock of general merchandise, store furniture
and fixtures, now contained in said store
building; all notes and book accounts of
said Peter A. Hatling, also one mare and
colt. All of said property being transferred
by said Peter A. Hatling to the undersigned
assignee for the benefit of his creditors, as
specified and described in schedules filed in
the office of the dork of the district court
in said Pope county. The above-named
property may be sold in lots or parcels, and
each class of goods separately. The highest
bidder will be required to deposit with th«
assignee 5 per cent of amount of bid as a
guaranty of good faith. . The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved.
O. J. JOHNSON, Assignee.
Starbuck. Minn., May 16th, 888. '
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Juliet P. Mattocks. Plaintiff, vs. John Mat
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Emma Mattocks, Julia li. Northrup, Henry
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Complaint in this Action, Defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a
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