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The Globe's local circulation iv the cities
cf St. Paul and Minneapolis is larger than
lie circulation of any other newspaper; and
31 has become the recognized \V Medium
fcr the Twin Cities.
Wakts are inserted in tho Globe under
ClßEsiliea headings aecordingto the following
table or BATES'.
umber . Number of Times.
Words. ::i; 2 | 3 4 5 |J>_ 7^
35 wools $J5 8.25!5.55 J. 45 1,55 $.63 g.6S
16 words .16 .27 .38 .49 .GO .68 .73
37 words .17 .28 .39 .50 .01 .70 .7o
38 words .IS .30 .42 .54 .66 .75 .81
39 words .19 .32 .45 .58 .71 .81 .87
20 words .2(1, :--3 .40 .59 .72 .82 .89
21 words .21 .35 .49 .63 .77 .88 .9o
22 words .22 .37 .51 .67 .82 .i' 3 1.00
23 words .23 .38 .53 .68 .33 .95 1.03
24 words .24 .40 .56 .7-' .88 1.00 1.08
25 words 25 .42 .5! ; .70 .93 l"O6 1.15
26 words .26 .43 .60 .77 .94 1.0/ I.l'>
£7 words .27 .45 .03 .81 .99 1.13 1.22
28 words .2S .47 .66 .So 1.04 1.18 1 .27
i.9 words .29 .48 .67 SG 1.05 1.20 1.30
30 words .30 .50 .70 1.10 1.25 1.35
31 words .31 .52 .73 .94 1.16 1.30 1.40
32 words .32 .53 .74 -;.J5 1.16 1 .32 1.43
33 words .33 .55 .77 .W 1.21 1.38 1.49
34 words .34 .57 .80 1.03 1.26 1.43 1.54
35 words .35 .58 .SI 1.04 1.2- 1.45 1.08
86 words .36 .6' 84 1.081.321.50 1.62
17 words .37 .62 !87 1.12 1.37 1.56 1.68
S8 words .:^ .63 .88 1.131.38 1.57 1.70
£9 words 39 .6f> .91 1.17 1.43 1.63 1.76
words 41 .OS .94 1.21 1.49 1.70 1.83
Swords .41 .68 .95 1.22 1.49 1.70 1.83
4" words 42 .70 .93 1.20 1.54 1.70 1.8!)
43 words .43 .72 1.01 1.30 1.59 1.80 1.94
44 words .44 .7K 1.02 1.31 l.«O 1.82 197
words .45 .75 1.05 1.35 1.05 1.88 2.03
4G words .4(i .77 1.08 1.39 1.70 1.93 S.OB
47 words .47 .78 1.09 1.40 1.71 1.95 2.10
48 words .48 .60 1.12 1.44 1.76 2.00 2.16
49 words .49 Lls 1.48 1.81 2.06 2.22
f 0 words- .51 .83 1.16 1.4U|1.52 2.07 2.2-t
1 Ko "till forbid" Wants will be received
In cverv case the time must be speci tied, and
11, e : - money, according to above schedule,
nuist accompany the order. . . ■
Advertisers will please designate the
beading under which they desire their
'Wants" to appear. . . __ j
;■■■■-■ ,:- ■-■ . Jlale. i
AGENTS WANTED ; sixteen new spe
cialties, all fast sellers; no experience
necessary; big money; sample free. Ad
dress E. *C. Brewster, Holly, Mich.
A YOUNG MAN to help on ice cream:
must be willing worker and be acquaint
ed with ■ streets on the hill. Ranmley s
Bakery. Selby and Western. -
AlißfcK SHOP for sale, with four-chair
outfit and living rooms on same floor,
with or without household furniture: eood-
T>ayiiiK shop; reason for selling. P. B. Koy.
900 Klcc st. : ■
AKBKK-A good barber wanted at once
at 184 Concord St., West St. Paul.
BAUIJEK— Colored bfliber wanted. .in-'
--■ quire Schnell & Krank, 408 Jackson st.
B' UGGY WASHER — Wanted, buggy
waslier today. W. J. Hinmen's Palace ,
Blnbles, 254Eighthst. ■ ". . ■•
CAKI'ENTKKs— Wanted, three good car
penters at J. Jurgeus, 113 Enst Sixth,
corner liobert. . .
no.VTMAKKKS- Wanted, six good coat-
O makers for the country must be sooer
men; good wa^-es iinu permanent employ
meut. Apply at Wholesale Cloth House, 66
--.08 Ka>t Seventh St., city. ' .
CIT'JLHKS — Wanted, fur coat cutters.
v> Applyto Lanrher. Finch & Skinner.
AIitVMAN — Wanted, good man for
• dairy; must be good milker; opposite
Cambridge st. motor . station, West St. Paul.
D' ISHWASHKK— Wanted, a mail dish
- washer. 379 Wabasha st.
DRUG C'l,ElsK— Wanted, a drug clerk at.
392 East Seventh st. .
RUG clkkk wonted; Scandinavian;
one who also speaks German. Address
1)., Globe. ■■ -
KUG CLXXX— A single man (Scandl
navian pieferred). registered in Minne
sota, sober nnd of good habits, can get agood
situation ; please state salary expected. Ad
dress Lewis Rictz, 23 East Superior St., Du
FARM WORK— Wanted, a mau to wort
on farm. 86 Globe. ■
FOREMEN for new railroad work in
Michigan; ship to-night. White & Co.,
FOlt . SALE — A first-class four-chair
• barber shop, opposite postoffice, on
ground floor: taking trom §110 to 8125 per
week. 322 First ay. south, Minneapolis.
Ip OO1) LUNCH for 10c. ; 15c, 20c, and up
vX wards; the coolest and best ventilated
restaurant in the city. Bridges'. 414 Jackson.
OSTLEK— Good man to work on stock.
W. P. Burke, 381 Sherman st.
I" AISORKRS wanted. Call at 66 East
■Lj Fourth St.; N. 0. Johnson, sewer con
M' EX WANTED at Rhodes' livery barn,
500 Jackson ; one eooa man on stock
and one good buggy washer.
MEN to work in gardens, on farms, and
dairymen. John Chant, City Market,
OULDEKS — Wanted, six moulders.
Address Parker & Topping, Brainerd,
SALESMEN— Twolirßi-classat once: sal-
KJ ary or commlsflou. Call Room 208,
Globe Building, Minneapolis. . .
SHOEMAK ERS— shoemakers on
O repairing. 440 Jackson. ,
TKONG IJOY wanted at The Delicates-
O spu. ISO East Seventh st. -
OTONKCUTTERS— Wanted, twenty-rive
kJ stonecutters at Sandstone, Minn. $4 per
day fortirst-class nieii. King & Tobiu, 209
Kasota block, Minneapolis. ...
W' AlTEKH— Wanterl,%aiters at McVeigh
Bros., 07 East Third st.
WANTED— A biroug, eneigetic young
"mari to .deliver goods and learn the
hardware business or tinners trade. Brown
c^ Borton, 259 West Seventh st.
11/'ASTKI)- Salesmen on salary or com-
VV mission tohaudle the new Patent Chem
ical Ink Erasing. Pencil. The greatest selling
novelty ever produced. Erases ink thor
oughly in two seconds; no abrasion of
paper. 200 to 500 per cent profit. One
agent's sales amounted to SO'^o in six aays;
another $32 in two hours. We want one
energetic- general agent for each state and
territory. Sample by ■ mail 35 cts. For
terms. and full particulars, address The
Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis.
AtiONMAKEK wanted at once;
' steady job to right party. Neal Johns
& Co.. Lake City, Minn. - * .
"\/ ©UNG MiiN to learn telegraphy, rail-
X road bookkeeping and station work.
Minneapolis Telegraphic Academy, 319 Kic
linvsiiiugh «fc Jolmsoii, Auclion
■ " ' ' ' ccrs.^.'.',. . '. -
FINE' FI'KNITUUE, I'OOL TABLES,
Whiskies and Wine at Public Auction—
We will sell at auction at 220 and 228 West
Seventh St., corner of Chestnut, on Tuesday,
July 8, at 10 a. m.. all the stock and fixtures
of Sic Kramer's salooii and hotel, consisting
of fine oak bedroom suits, wardrobes, roll
top desk, fine lot of stoves, , line cook stove,
gas fixtures, fine refrigerator, new.gas
oline stove, a medipm-size Hall safe, a stock
of whiskies and wines, dining-room tables,
a lot of body Brussels and ingrain carpets,
shades, etc., etc. 'This furniture is first-class
and the bar fixtures are fine. Parties look
jug for bargains on any'of these goods cau
uol afford to miss this sale. Kavanagh &
Johnson. Auctioneers. ■■ ■'
E. Hollotvny.' Auctioneer.
O«»I> HOUSE. AND LARGE LOT at
llamline to be sold at auction; the lot is
4(iV2xlßo feet to alley; the house has nine
rooms, cellar and cistern, also good barn;
this is lot 12. block 4, College Place, situated
on Hewitt ay., two blocks from Snelling ay. ;
streets graded and sidewalks laid and a
beautiful home iorsome one; if you are look-
Ing for a home attend this sale, as it will go
cheap and must be sold; the terms are small
cash payment, balance five years at 7 per
cent interest; sale will take piace on the
premises Wednesday, July 9. at 3 o'clock p.
in. ; this will be a snap for any one wanting a
home. For further particulars see E. Hol
loway, Auctioneer, 254 and 256 East Sev-.
• entli'st. ••- •
TO EXCHANGE— Some good improved
property and cash for vacant lots. ' ' A. N.
Elliott, 3Q East Fourth st. . : ■ .
TO EXCHANGE— acres of the very
best land, two and a half miles from
Sault Ste. Marie, 0., for house and lot in St.
Paul. Address M. A.. Globe.
TO EXCHANGE— Farm to exchange for
-L St. Paul property; one of the best stock
and grain farms in the state; 30D acres, 100
acres in growing crops; house, barn and
granary, six horses, fifty- head fine Short
horn cattle, all kinds of farm implements.
Cull on Johnson Bros.. (_;::;) J;ickson st. •
1 LOSTAMD FOUJfl>.
HOItSE LOST— Bay horse, white : spot in
forehead, two small bunches ; on left
bind foot; about six years old;. weighs 1,350
pounds. John Lindmark, Rush City, Minn. "•
DAYFIKLD, LAKE SUPERIOR, HO
-I J tel— Waitresses and others," S18 ; meet I
manager at oflice; extra waitress, city hotels
and restaurants, next week, S9; eight girls 1
Hotel Lafayette, Miunetonka, 816. Douglass
Intelligence, 35 ■■ Seventh. ' -■; ' .
/nANVASSKKS— Wanted, lady and gentle
' v men canvassers for educational ! games ; :
something new and desirable; sure to nave a
large sale. Address or call at 442 Broadway.
C. Komain & Co., publishers. ■. " - .
COOK— Want an experienced female cook
for one or two weeks. V 205. Globe. •
COOK— Wanted, good cook. Call at 468
Portland ay*. -•■ ; ■
INING KOOM. GlKL —Wanted, one
jJ dining room girl at 87 per week. 37S I
Wabasha st. ■ .. |
INING ROOM AND I'ANTRIi GIRLS
U wanted at International. hotel. - ' -:■
INING-ROOM GlKL— Wanted, dining
. room girl at 66 East Fourth st. -. '■■
INING ROOM .GlKL— Wanted, good
dining room girl and dishwasher. Grand
Central Hotel. . ,-; _ '. •;.■ ." 1
INJNG KOOM GIKL— A good smart
dining room girl wanted at 64 East
Eleventh st. •. - . I
1KL — Wanted, itnmediatelv, competent
\T girl for second work; will pay liberal
wages. 6(iO Laurel ay. . ..■ -■-■ I
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl to do
general housework. Apply 533 Robert.
fl OUSEWORR- Wanted, good : girl . for
Ll general housework. 402 Iclchnrt st. .
WORK— Wanted, a competent girl
for general housework. Apply 171 Car
roll st. - ■ ■ . ■' .: ' : -"■
OUSEWOKK— good girl for
Lx general housework; small family; call • I
to-day. 409 Ashland ay. . - * :
OUSKWORK — A competent girl tor
general housework ; ■ family of three; uo I
children. 113 Summit ay.. near Rice st..
O OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
Jl housework. 639 Mississippi st. : -■ I
0 OUSEWORK— GirI for : general house
■Ll work. Apply9Tiltonst.; .
H OUSKWOKK— Wanted, girl. for general'
housework. 29 East Tenth st.
M OUSKWORK— GirI wanted, 731 Car-
XJ roll . . ' ... . ■ '.' ."
rTOUSKWOKK— Good" girl for general
xX housework ; good wajies to competent I
girl. 715 Marshall ay. •':',;. . . „.:::
CJ OUSEWORK — A competent girl for
n general housework in private family. I
'280 Ramsey st. ■ '. '. ' : '' -'"-v ~
HOUSKAVOKK— Wanted, a girl for pen
eral housework ; good wages: "no chil
dren. J. W. Mabon, 82 West Central ay.,
corner Rice. ■ . : •:..-••
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. a ! good German
girl; one for general housekeeping, at
295 Summit ay. • '::
H OUSKWORK— A girl for general house
work wanted immediately at 227 East
Tenth st. .■■ .
LI OUSKWOKK— Wanted, girl for general.
-TJ. housework; must be good cook. -Mrs.
A. F. Schift'man, '294 Summit ay. -■ - ■ :•-. ••■'.
TJ OUSEWORK— girl for geueral :
-II housework; German or Swede preferred.
222 Eiist Seventh St., Room 1. . _
M OUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
11 general housework; best of wages; call
at once at 442 Ashla:ul ay. :■'
TZITCHKN GIKL— Wanted, a girl- for
IV helping in the kitchen, at once: will pay
good wages to the right one. • Apply 320
East Sixth st. ; :'■'■' ■ -'■
ITCHKN GlKL— Wanted, strong girl to :
IV help In kitchen, at 3'-'l Robert st.
|7" ITCH WORK— girl to help
IV at kitchen work. '275 East Eighth st.
ITCHEN WORK— Girl wanted for kit
chen work, at IS(3 East Seventh st.
LADY AGKN'TS— Wanted, lady agents
for selling French Electrine, which will
keep the hair in curl; agents coining mouey
by selling it: won't waste your time if you
are offered big dollars: 50 cents a bottle.
Hugo Brahl's Hair Bazar, 522 Nicollet ay.,
Minneapolis. . ' .
T AUNDHY GlßL— Wanted, laundry Rirl
XJ at The Delicatessen, 321 Robert st.
IV URSE GlKl4— Wanted, a good nurse
1A girl at 670 Laurel ay.
N' \T URSE GlKL— Wanted, young nurse girl;
xM call immediately. 711 Ashland ay.
UKSE— good nurse for year-old
baby; must come well recommended:
good wages to the right person ; . colored girl
preferred. Call 300 Colonnade.
OCKUIt WOMAN— Wanted, scrub woman.
O Apply to-day. 272 East Seventh st.
SKCOND GlßL— Wanted, second girl at
once. 344 Fuller st.
ECOND GlßL— Wanted, second girl;
references required small family. 177
Nelson ay. : - '.
rpms week places free for every girl com-
JL ing to White Shield office, 210 West
Fifth st., one Dlock from Seven corners.
YOUNG LADJKS to learn telegraphy
and railroad bookkeeping. Minneapolis .
Telegraphic Academy. 319 Nicollet.
BUSINESS CHASCES. .
! Miscellaneous Business Chances
A GOOD uFFICE MAN desirous of going
xi- in the money-loaning and brokerage
business can buy a "half "interest in an old es
tablished office. Address E 285, Globe.
RARK BUSINESS CHANCE—First
class fifteen-room lodging house for
sale in the thriving town of Great Falls,
Mont., clearinsr 8200 a month ; satisfactory
reasons given for selling. Address Mrs.
Southwick, P. O. Box 22, Great Falls, Mont.
T7<STAIJLISHED BAKERY for sale;
X-i fixtures and team connected, with good
location; cheap lease. Inquire at Peter
Halls Dry Goods Store. 477 Rice st.
FOR KE>T— Saloon, with fixtures, com
plete; cheap rent to responsible party.
Inquire at Nicollet House. 260 East Sixth.
FOR SALE— Good boarding house, includ
ing furniture; doing good business. Ad- |
dress 58 East Fairfield ay. '7.
OR SALE— A blacksmith, shop ma
booming country town: county seat;
business averages §121) per week and is in
creasing; no other shop in the town; failure
of health is the only reason for selling; easy
terms. Address T. M. Kuhn, Wheaton, Tra
verse county, Minn. ■ -.-■■.-
poR BALK— Merchant tailoring; good 10
--T cation; good small and clean stock; com
pelled to. sell on account of health. Call 285
East Seventh. -. •'■ - ■ ' ■ '■-
OTEL FOR RENT— I will rent the
MINNESOTA HOUSE, together with
the saloon, if desired, situated in the busi
ness center of the city of Mankato, for a term
of three years. A barn large enough for about
twenty-four teams on premisse is included. A
German preferred. JOSEPH STAHL, owner,
Mankato. -<■■• ■.'■ :■■"•' ■* ■•'- .
ARTNER wanted in blacksmith shop at
IT 888 Minnehaha st., city. : ' ■-
ANTED— A partner with small capital
in a goed payiug business, which will
bear the closest investigation. Address X
OT. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC
O and Art, 2C East Exchange. St.— Lessons
to ladies and children given on piano, organ,
violin and guitar: also a thorough course in
drawing and painting, including crayon, pas
tel, water colors and decorative work. For
I terms call or address the Superioress.
tk\7"IEULAND Preparatory School, "_
• V Feekstrill, N. V. ; send for catalogue.
Carl A. Harstrom, M. A. . - ■""
WAKTEJP TO BU\.
I KT— Wanted. 50 to 100 loads 01 dirt to
U fill back yard. 270 Ramsey st. ■
T?UK>'lTXJßK— Wanted— Second-hand fur-
J. niture for kitchen, dining-room and bed
room. Address Q, 227. Globe.
SUKAKS— to buy second-hand
. power shears for cutting scrap iron.
2105 Franklin ay.. Minneapolis.
Ks MRS. GLAY removed her office at
109 East Fifteenth St.. comer Jackson.
IK/I ' F. RICHARDSON, practical and pro
lVl. fessional - male nurse, located at 430
Wabasha St., Room 25; well known to all
the leading doctors of tnecity; telephone
call 126-3. -*
STORE AND BAR FIXTURES
\TEWAND SECOND-HAND SALOON
li -. fixtures, ice boxes, mirrors, pool ana
billiard tables, counters and : shelving. t 82
1 Washington ay. v., Minnea polis. - . * ,
THE BAIKT PA OIL DAILY GLOBE: THURSDAf ~ MORNING." WL^ 3. ■ 1806.
"-■■ - Males. -. ■- . - •;,
OOKHEEPING— opened, closed,
posted, expert work, etc. F. Sprague.
Room 252, Drnke block. St. Paul. : -
BOOKKEEPER -Experienced bookkeep
er nrd rapid calculator*desires : position
in any clerical capacity; no objection 10 going
out of city: highest testimonials. Address <_
223, Globe/ . _____
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, ; situation as
bookkeeper and collector, or any similar
• occupation where a portion is outside work;
■or.would invest a few hundred dollars. Ad
\ dress R.J., Globe.
OOK.KEEPER— anted, situation ;by a
competent double '.- entry ;. bookkeeper,
who has had experience at the business. Ad
; dress V 287, Globe. '
OOKKEEPER— Situation wanted b>: a
; competent double entiy bookkeeper to
take charge of set of books, or to do general
ottice work; city references. Address S 292, -
Globe. •...■• . : -
"lOACH3IAN- A young -man prefers a
w place as : family coachman; is a careful
driver. Address H. Larson, corner ? South
Robert and Annapolis, West St. Paul. .
/"^OACHSIAN — Position as coachman
V>i. wanted, by am an of good . experience .
and best of references. . Address Z 97, Globe. .
pOA()HMAN-A young man would like a
v^ situation as coachman ; cau give good
references. Address G 287, Globe.
pOACH.WAN-Good, steady ■; man would
V/ like position as coachman or running
elevator; have had experience; good refer
ence. Call or address 291 West Sixth st.
pLEKK- Wanted, a position as clerk in
'■\j- dm? store; have had one year's experi
ence, and can lurnish best of reference. Ad
dress A. H., 614 East Central Park, St. Paul,
pLKKK- Position wanted by young man"
: v./. in office or store can come hiehly rec
ommended, and : one who is not afraid of
work; salary not so much an object as ex
perience. Address C. C. C, 234 East Thir
pOACHMAN-A young man prefers a
'.\J place as family coachman; is a careful
driver and knows the city. Address P. C,
200 Nash st. - ■ __ ." .. ■•:
r^OLLiECTOK— position as col
■>—' lector or city salesman with ' first-class
firm. Address U 273. Globe. •;•.:•
pOOK-Good.steady meat and pastry, cook
V> . wants employment; wages reasonable.
Room 10, 4tiß Temperance St.. ( ".
RUG CLERK— Situation wanted by a
drug clerk of four years experience;
good references. Address D 22, Globe.
DRUGGIST — Young man • sixteeu . years
of age, with good reference and experi
ence, would like employment Address 933
York st. ■ '
DNGINKICK Wanted, permanent place
;__i as engineer; is strictly sober and thor
oughly competent. Address V., No. 196
Eaton ay., West St. Paul; Minn., or Z., Globe.
JIPLOYMKST- A strictly temperate
J-i American of forty, single, a fair pen
man, with good business ability, would like
work; salary at first not so much an object
as steady employment, where worth would
be appreciated. * Address F 285, Globe.
MACHINIST— man wants: em
ployment; has had twelve months 1 ex
perience ut 'machinist's trade. Henry Mer
ritt. 17 South Twelfth St.. Minneapolis. '
; "PHARMACIST— registered by
Jl- examination wants situation good
recommendations. Address Z 214, Globe.
PAINTER-- Wanted, situation by firat-
Jl ■. class fresco, seemc, sign and pictorial
painter; also graining and general painting,
n or out of city. Address Painter, first
flat, 401) Wabasha street, St. Paul.
PHOTOGRAPHER— A young man of
-t steady habits wishes a ' position .as
retoucher in a first-class gallery no others
need apply; city preferred. C. B. 75 East
Thira at. .
PHOTOGRAPHER — Situation wanted
-C\ by young man in photo gallery; have
had two years', experience; no objection to
leaving city. Address D 282, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER— Young man, expert
O stenographer, wants work evenings: pro
fessional or business men preferred. Address
P2SS. Globe. '
HORSES AXP CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE— buys good horse, deliv
ery wagon, harness and umbrella. Ad
dress 77, Globe. -
FOR SALE— I horse, with harness; 1 lignt
S. wagon, 1 express wagon, 1 dump wagon,
2 sleighs and a set of gardening tools. In
quire at 729 Selby ay. -■■-.-• . ■
OR SALE— A No. 1 Kentucky-bred,
gaited saddle' horse. Cullen's livery
stable, Selby ay. ..
THE larcest and best assortment oi car
riages and buggies of every style at low
er prices than the same can be bought of any
other dealer in St. Paul; extension top car
riages, rookaways,' open and top buggies,
canopy tops, phaetons. jumD seats, democrat
wagons, buckboards, . express wagons. Con
cord wagons, " pony carts, delivery wagons,
carts, Kensington waeons, harnesses, etc., at
King's Carriage Rooms, corner Fourth and
Minnesota sts. -
WANTED TO BUY— Pony auct cart at
once, at 080 Dayton ay.
<C 1 (1 WILL buy a buggy and harness; it's
'PIO cheap. 400 fuller st. t
. ARPET— For sale, large Brussels carpet;
• v- ' has been used, but is in excellent condi
tion; a bargain. Bankers' Life Association.
' : Third and Jackson sts.
OG— A Mastiff pup, one year old, at 103
. Leech st. - ■■ ■ '
FOR SALE— AII or half interest in best
saloon in Butte, Mont.; positively the
• best location: known as the Clarendon ; aver
age business last year. §180 per day ; owner
going into other business. Address Claren
don, Butte, Mont.:
OK SALE— Lease ar.d entire furniture
I? . contained in house 724 Soto st.;
house and furniture modern, and everything
complete for housekeeping. Apply at house.
URNITURE— sale cheap, a well-pay
■; ing installment furniture business; first
class new and second-hand stock; long es-.
tablished; good location. Dummel, 559 Rice
YDROGEN I'UEl— Adapted to any
stove or range: absolutely safe; cheap
er thnn coal or wood; makes no smoKe; no
smell; ■ makes no dust, no ashes ; no ashes to
•sift; no coal or wood . to . carry; this is no
gasoline stove nor oil burner; burning daily,
at our office. 244 West Third st., near SeVen
Corners call and examine. Minnesota Hy
•d^oKell_Fuc^o^^)anJ^ < _ >il ___ p _^___ > _____^ —
BOARD— For rent, few nice rooms, with
all conveniences, with board. 544 Jack
son st. ; references exchanged; close to Sev
euth. . • ■' ■ •
BOARD--Good board and room for 53.75
a week; day board, $2.75; at 45 1 St.
Peter st. .-. . . ■
EIGHTH ST.. 275, EAST— House
X-J —Furnished front parlor; side rooms;
use of bata: table board if desired; shade
trees; green lawn. ■ . •"->*
ATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CON-
1 1 vention— Norwood : House, corner East
Ninth-and Wabasha— The most convenient,
comfortable aud economical placa to board
in the city. '
AUCTION, furniture storage; ioans, any
amount; carpet cleaning. Sansome's,
462 Jackson st. -'.-.'- ,
•• A RTESIAN WKI.LS of any size and
XV depth drilled ; water supplies furnished
and water works constructed. Oil. Gas and
Water Well Drilling company. Pioneer Press
Building. Room 002, St. Paul. Minn.
ADIES' PRIVATE HOSPITAL— Mrs.
H. Stenzel. 254 Martin st.
: WASTED TO BEST.
HOUSE— Wanted to •' rent, a small house:
four "or five rooms, by prompt paying
tenant. Address (j, 224, Globe. --."■-'■■ .
ROOM— by a gentleman, cool,
nicely furnished room on Irvine Park,
;or. in the - neighborhood. Address H 500,'
rjOABl) wanted in strictly private family;
»JD no other i boarders. Address, stating
number in family and price. Z 213.- Globe.- •
STORE AND BAR ; FIXTURES
MW\ 3TOREaSALDOII B
W& " J ' Fi: S2i ß «2i_ _9 §
r DOOKKEEPER— Wanted, by a : young .
JD ■ ' lady, position • as ' assistan t bookkeeper. =
' Good penman and mathematician. v Address \
A 273. Globe. . ..: :"",--.•.- "';■ _
OOKKEEPER — situation '• wanted by.
. \D lady bookkeeper: double entry: : perl- ;
' enced : best of • reference; moderate salary. .
Box -50. Hastings. Minn. . ; : /> j. .■■-■•.- i\U&
DOOKKJKKF.ER— i a dy bookkeeper; ;
xJ experienced double entry; rapid and ac
curate; moderate ~ compensation. ; Box 250,
Hastings/Minn. • . . ~
CASHIEit— a : girl, just ; through school,
v^ - would like employment as cashier or 4? ('
an office. Address h 282; Globe. , . " ,; - v _,
COMPANION -fA -; competent ■■ and eqgg- .
v> ; cated ':. woman wants a situation to care
for an invalid, or as governess, companion
: or like employment. Address A.'X.. GJobeVt
COOK— An experienced cook would like*
: good situation in a ; country hotel. Ad*
dress Mary Hanson, Box" 19l>, Little Fails,.
OOK— Wanted, situation as an experV
v> ■■■' enced cook. '■ Apply 318 Somerset st. Or;
/^OPY O»— lady would like,'eopy-'
--v^ ;• ing or writing of some description/ Ad
dress 273, Globe. , ..'..., .:
RESSMAH.ER would lite. to go out sew- -
U' ing in families; references given. Call ,
,'-'22 Carroll..- .•'.■,;-.: ' / . ' :■>
DRESSMAKER — A dressmaker • would ;
U like a place to sew mornings and even
ings for board. Address O 285, Globe. ■ .
•■p» KKSSMA&KK-A lady wishes situation '
-1-/ in a dressmaking establishment I or,to >
' give i instructions on sewing . machine. - - G
293, Globe. ' ■ ■■■7: ■ ;;.
r\RESSMAKEIt— An experienced dress-;
U ' maker wishes work in families; good
fit guaranteed: reference given. Address C 5 5.
Strykerav.: Harriet. .;>■■'. .:■':.■-■
MPLOi'MiLNT — Girl, lourteen, would
X-J like light work to '■ do of any kind, In-"
quire or address A. X.. 295 Ellen St.; city. >. : :
FOJLI>KK— Young lady wishes situation as'
folder in printing office. Has had expe
rience. Apply 2<>7 East Seventn st.. room 7.
. llOUisEWOßK— Wanted, a place to do
:li housework; thoroushly . experienced;
references. 386 Banfil st. - "■..••."
OUSEKEEPER — Situation wanted as
housekeeper in the country; have a'
boy seven years old. ; Address M 48, Globe, ;
Minneapolis.... -I, ■ ■ ■'
[I OUSEKEEPEJR— Wanted, - situation as
Cl housekeeper of a hotel ; no objectious
to leaving the city; by a single lady who can
furnish the best of references. Address Mrs.-
Me, 3.112 Nieollet ay, Minneapolis. . 1;. ;
-ri OUSEKEEPKK— Wanted, situntion as
■XI housekeeper on a farm. Address V
290. Globe. •'.,''■•-". :. ' '.■-•■-■' --
HOUSEKEEPER- Position wanted by a
XI middle-aged German woman in small'
' family: good home preferred to high wages. .
Address N. Globe office. -. • -
FFICE WORK— Wauled, by a youug
\J lady, position in office. ■ Address A. B.
410 Vyaba&na. " ■" : '
FFICE WORK— Wanted by a youug
\J lady, position in office. Address A. D., ;
TEXOGRAI'HK A ', young Inrly. : de- :
O sires a position; has had experience and:
can give reference. Address - 3!) Summit ay.
XENOGKAPHEK— Ayoung lady desires
O a position; has had experience andean
furnish reference. .' 3!) Summit ay. ■*■■'■■ ■:'.:'■
QTENOGRAPHER —Situation wanted by
O competent young lady stenographer and
typewriter; salary no'object.; Address 201
Twelfth strsouth. Minneapolis, Minn. '
: QTENOGRAPHEK— Situation wanted Dy
O: competent young lady stenographer and-;
typewriter. Address X 24, Globe, Miuneap?
olis, Minn.' ..'•.■ - . ■ ', -- ' • <&
U/t,,, are your rooms vacant: Au ad iv tn.o
■ "I'Jr cii.oßE will rent them.
REAT- ESTATE FOB SALE. '>.'
iflagraw Dros. & Osmuii. 7 \
Dnluth and Siiperior.Eeal Estate, 129 and .
13) Globe Building; St. Paul, Minn. r,ii
\\7E DESIRE to obtain control of acre's;
VV ' iii Douglas county; Wis.. and St. Louis
county. Minn. : also lots and blocks in the
cities of Superior; Wis.. &nd Duluth, Minn.
we have constant inquiries for property In
both these places: persons desiring to turn
"property quickly will find it to their advan
tag* to correspond with us; .we have at the .
present time some of the best ■ bargains . ev?r
offered .at the head •■ of , the lake. . Magraw \
Bros. & Osmun. ' :"...:'' :'■. '■.','"',
]>ulu It & Superior Real Estates.
rpHOSE WHO -WISH to invest in prop-
JL erty at the "Head of the , Lake" ; will
do well to correspond with me, as I make a
specialty of investing for non-residents, and :
have not made less than fifty per cent on
money invested through me during the last
. year. I . always have a large list of choice .
acreage in Douglas, St. Louis, and Carlton
comities, and lots and blocks in Duluth and
vicinity and superior, and only handle prop
erty which I deliver with perfect title •
Correspondence will receive prompt " at
tention, and parties visiting Duluth ; with a
view to speculation are requested- to call on
JAMES A BOGGS,
Rooms 317 to 320,
" Chamber of Comerce Building. •
. . .-. - . - . Duluth. Minn.
17 ARM FOR SALE— §2,SOO; half cash :
C 120 acres sixteen miles from St. Paul,
four from -Hastings; cultivated and .im
proved. Box 250, Hastings. Minn. :..: ■■"■
DO YOU WANT a residence at . the lakes
U or a good investment? If so I have a
most desirable piece of property for sale; lake
front; lots between station and Marsh's
hotel; large new house conveniently and
well built: §2,200 cash. Chas. C. York, For-.
est Lake,. Minn. ■
OR S AtiE — Butcher - shop everything
X? tirst-class; trade, outfit and location;
cheap if taken at once. A. N. Elliott, 30
East Fourth st. ■ _
OEVKNTH STKKKT BUSINESS PROP
-0 erty, , Corner ; of Locust— We offer this
choice property at : S30,000 ; the - building
; pays G per cent now, and can bs made to pay
more; 50x100 feet to a \ twenty-foot . alley
this is one of the best bargains : "in the city.
Smith & Taylor. 333 Robert st.
\T7ANTED— piece of improved or.uu-
VV ' improved business ■ property; give de
scription, state price, etc. Address X 260,
Globe. -■■ -•:■:■■" '-•-■■■ ' '-
IV I Rs. UK. B. SHEPARD, diseases .of
.IYI women : hours, Ito 5. 426 Hennepin
ay., Minneapolis. .. . -.
MME. EBAOH- Beneficial massage and
i»X magnetic treatment; sulphur and plain
medicated baths. : 26 Sixth st. south, Room
14, Minneapolis. :. -. . ■ . .
T|/| KS, il. A. XUSSEV: treats all chronic
IVJ diseases. The eyes and paralytic ef
fects restored; rooms to rent: massage' treat
ments. Parlors 223 East Eighth st. .:' •; ",
HE RENOWNED FORTUNE TELL
-L - er, Miss • Sybil , Howard, direct from
Boston; ' this yonng : lady is endowed with
■ the faculty of ; second sight, her . marvelous
. ability and accuracy in this . respect having
been apparent from childhood; in view oj
" the numerous " impositions practiced upon:
the public, money will : be refunded to any
person not perfectly satisfied. Temporarily
located at4l7 Wabasha st. -°|
WANTED— Lady agents \ for seniag
. French Electrine. which will keep tbte
hair in curl ; agents ; coining money by sel^
ing it: : won't waste your . time it you are
offered big dollars ; 50 cents a bottle. Hugo
Brahl's Hair Bazar, 522 Nicolletav., Minuu
apolis. -■'■' ■'"-' ' ' ■' -.'■■'■' ~". '!
..,-: DYE WORKS. >£
AHLEKT & BIINTEL, Miunesota
Steam Dye Works, 244 East Seventh at.
1? ,1. ROCHEX, N. W. Steam Dye Works';
■ -TV-- office, 416 ; Robert - St., Ryan _block,;
works. 55 and 57 Indiana ay. - -■ ■" £.- ■- .'■!■/;
OTATE OF : MINNESOTA, COUNTY ■ O!P
\J Ramsey— ss. -' In Probate Court, Special
Term. June I*V 1890.
In ' the matter of r the estate of John 'H.
- Thiekamp, deceased.
On reading and filing tbe petition of Henry
: Thiekamp; administrator de bonis non of the
estate of *- John ;."; H. -.; Thiekamp, deceased,
". representing, among ' other things, that he
, has fully -administered said estate, - and
, praying that a time and place be fixed for ex
amining and allowing his final account of ad
ministration; and for the assignment |of the
residue of said estate to the ; persons entitled
thereto; _•'-'".; ■ -' : : '
' -. : It is ordered, That said account be- exam
ined, and petition heard, by the judge ot this
court, on Monday, the 14th day of July, A. D.
! 1890, at ten o'clock a. - m., at the probate
court in the court house in St. Paul, in said
ctjuuty. •■''■• _■■■'■•••'■..-" ' .■"""'.:•'■-■- ■''■':■:■ - - ■' S ; :
1 - And it is further ordered, That notice there-
! of be given.to all persons interested by pub
lishing a copy of this order for three succes
sive weeks, on Thursday of each week, prioi
|!, to said day of hearing,- in the St. Paul Dailt
Globe, a daily newspaper printed \ and -pub
lished at St. Paul, in said county. . --:■ . 1 ■.
! By the Court ; :- : :i w v
[L. s.] SAMUEL MORRISON,
1 - Judge of Probate.
, a . ■■.-- ..■' ■..'■
CAN BE LEFT
i — FOR
INSERTION IN THE GLOBE:
F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 823 East Sev
A. T. GUERNSEY, Corner Dale and Selby
P. L LILLYBECK. corner Seventh and John
HOTEL RYAN DRUG STORE, 39S Robert.
M. C. LYONS, Druggist .07 East Third
street, corner Bates.
1 CONGER BROS., Druggists, 3_9 University
;1 T avenue, corner Virginia,
(MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash
:f land avenue and Daie street.
iA. P. WILKES, Druggist, 7oi) and 761 West
gg Seventh street.
•jBERKMAN <_ CO., 40" Dakota avenua.
,;E. FOX, 482 Rice street.
jFRANKL. OSBURG, .178 Western avenue
jij. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street.
.SLIPPLER& COLLYER. Druggisst, ldJ'East
JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY,
Corner Eighth and Jackson streets.
WILKES' PHARMACY, Seven Corners.
M. D. MERRILL, Books and Stationery. 442
HELLERS PHARMACY, corner Tenth and
St. Peter streets.
R. SCHIFFMAN & SON, Druggist, corner
ThirJ and Maria,
•A. LYONS, Druggist, Corner Third and
H. P. PETTIGRKW, corner Rice and Igle
W. If. RICHARDSON. 760 Wabasha.
MRS. JENNIE CLINTON. 6-11 East Seventh
G. H. WEBB, 566 Broadway.
A— WE RENT HOUSES. STOKES, OF
• FICES, FLATS. COLLECT RENT
PROMPTLY. TAYLOR'S RENTING
AGENCY. GLOBE. BUILDING.
ANY ONE wanting houses, flats, stores,
offices, see J. A. Owens & Son. Renting
and Collection Agency, >-2 Globe Building.
COTTAGE— For rent, 374 Pleasant, cot
tage of six rooms; qity water. :
HOUSE— -House of six rooms, No. 666 Ra
vine st., near Maria ay. Inquire! comer
Third !ind Maria ay.
HOUSES— For Rent— Houses Nos. 54 and
5S Park Place, and Nos. h2V2 and 84
Summit ay. Apply to Harvey Ollicer, 157
East Fourth st.
HOUSE— Five-room house, one block back
of Lexington and Front st. Inquire at
417 University, or at corner Lexington and
Front; five minutes' walk from N. P. shops.
HOUSJS— For rent, new house of seven,
rooms on Otsego st. ; modern improve
ments; rent S lB. Apply to H. Dougan, 339
OUSK~To rent, >"o. 13:J East Isabel si.,
first-class ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements. Howard L. Smith, _5
ana 'JO' National German-American Bank.
Ot'SK— Tweive room house for rent; all
. modern improvements. Apply at 196
East Tenth st.
HOUSK— For rent, house of seven rooms;
modern improvements and barn. 372
OUSE for rent, 400 Enst Ninth St., with
all modern conveniences, by Theodore
Jiorup, at Merchants' National bank.
HOU^E— Nine-room modern house on
Western ay., close to cars; rent low to
good party. John Lawless. Merchants' hotel.
rpiLTON ST., 50— For rent, eleven-room
JL house, with all modern improvements,
including water, furnace, range and laundry;
one block from two car lines, H. W. Brown,
57 Iglehart st.
FLAT— To rent until hept. 1. handsomely
furnished flat of five rooms; all modern
conveniences; cafe convenient; on St. An
thony hill : rent very rensonable to the right
party. Address L 284. Globe.
—HOTEL BRUNSWICK —34 West
Fourth St.— Fifty steam-heated rooms;
75 cents per day; special rates by month.
OLLEGE AY., 19, EAST— Nice fur
nished rooms, with nse of bath.
ORNER OF ROBERT AND ELEV
enlh Sts.— Several pleasant suites of four
rooms each ; second floor.
DAYTON AY., 4012— Large front room
nicely furnished; in private family; at
$10 per month.
RANKLIN ST.. 400 — Close to Harris
Theater— For reut. two nice furnished
rooms en suite; all modern conveniences.
GROVE ST., 215— For runt, nicely fur
nished rooms; all modern conveuiences;
board if desired.
JACKSON ST., 309 V. —For rent, large fur
nished front room, suitable for three or
four ladies or gentlemen. -
EARL ST., 209— Nicely furnished rooms,
six dollars per month aud upwards; suit
able for two. ___
ROOMS— Unfurnished rooms for rent.suit
able for housekeeping. Call A. Winter,
6 East Ninth st.
OOM3l ATE— Gentleman -wants room
mate at 477 Wabasha st.
SELIJY AY., 249— For rent, furnished
rooms; board ii desired; modern con
veniences; on cubic line.
OPRL'CU ST., 233— Furnished rooms for
O ladies and gentlemen; use of piano;
board if desired.
ST. PETER. 458— Finely turnishea rooms
in suites of two or three; also single;
newly papered :. use of bath.
ST. PETER, 5131&— Furnished rooms en
suite or single ; also 424 Wabasha, cor
WACOUTA ST., 548 — Kitcheu, bed
room, pantry, stove and dishes; every
thing complete for housekeeping; reference.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS
ure Sale — Notice is hereby given that
Frank Agnew. a widower, under date of the
seventh I.7th) day of October. 1689, executed
and delivered to the German- American
Building Association, a corporation duly or
ganized and acting under the laws of the
state of Minnesota, a certain indenture of
mortgage to secure certain sums of money
aud obligations therein mentioned, whereby
he conveyed and mortgaged unto said Ger
man-American Building Association, its suc
cessors and assigns, lot forty-two (42) of
Stiuson's subdivision of block three (3) of
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey's Addition to St.
Paul, in Ramsey county, Minnesota, accord
ing to the plats of said aadition and said sub
division of record in the office of the Register
of Deeds of said Ramsey county, which mort
gage was, on the sixteenth (16th) day of Oc
tober. A. D. 1889, duly racorfed on page one
hundred and ninety-seven (197)' of book one
fcnndred and twenty (l*20) of the mortgage
•records of the Register's office of said;Kamsey
-County; that default has been made in the
conditions of said mortgage, aud such de
, fault has continued for more than four
months, and at the date of this notice there
jS claimed to be due. and there is due and
tin paid on the mortgage debt and obligation
secured by said mortgage, the sum of four
■ hundred and forty-three dollars and thirty
cents ( $443.30;.
, Notice is also given that under and by vir
tue of a power of sale in said mortgage con
'ifiiued and made a part thereof, and pur
suant to the statute in such case made and
jirovided, the said mortgaged premises above
described will be sold at public auction to
jhe highest bidder, in St. Paul, Minnesota, at
jtoe main frontdoor (on Fourth street) of the
new court house of Ramsey county, at 10
tr clock in the forenoon of Saturday, the six
ieenth (16th)-day of August. 1890, to satisfy
*tie mortgage debt and obligation then due on
*aid mortgage, together with the attorney's
tee of twenty-five dollars named in said mort
age, and the costs and expenses of these
proceedings allowed by law.
- Dated July 3d, 1890.
GERMAN-AMERICAN BUILDING ASSO
CIATION, Sole Mortgagee.
Charles N. Bell,
Attorney for said Mortgagee, Room 51, Gil
fillan Block, St. Paul, Minn.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
;St. Patjl, June 2, IS9O.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of P.
J. Linne & Co. has this day been dissolved bj
mutual consent, and the Twin City Lime and
Cement Company has succeeded to its busi
ness, at the same place. The Twin City Lime
and Cement Company will collect all ac
counts and pay all liabilities of said firm of
F. J. Linne & Co. Frank J. Linne,
S. P. Spates.
The undersigned have enlarged facilities
to continue the business of F. J. Linne & Co.
at the same place, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building materials upon the
Twin Crrr Limb and Cement Co.,
156 East Third St
;.; . ■ ; _ FIiIA;*CIAI« ,-■■: • ;.■ ..,.
81. NEWPORT £ SOX. INVKST
• . ment Bankers, loan money 'on : im
proved property In St.:; Paul ",< and Minneap
l olis at 6 per cent "on or before." Offices,
! New Pioneer Press Building. < St. •■-Paul,'- and
' Bank ; of Minneapolis ■ Building, Minneap
olis. '■'.".; : -':■;"-'■■.:>-■; i. -. u'. : '.■ -,'.--.' " ■ •■'
A— r.oAXS • made • on personal , property, :
• 1 Minnesota Mortgage Loan ' company.
J.S. Maekey. president. Rooms 13, 14, First
National Bank . building,' St. Paul, end Room
2, L'ollum block, Minneapolis. ■..,:- ■.
A : --DO WANT TO BORROW nion
• ; '; ey at a;lower rate than you can borrow
through any , other : agency? , The ;,- American s
Mortgage :■ Loan 1 company," _ l Room 7, First ;
National banlc building," corner Fourth and'
Jackson sts., will let you have any amount—
$10, $20, : $25, $40. - $75, $100 or 5'200-in
fact, any sum you wish, on your gold watch,
diamonds, household furniture, horse, buggy,
piano, carriage, etc.; at a lower rate than you
can possibly get it elsewhere. • Goods can re- :
; main in your possession, and you ' can pay a ;
part any lime yon : want ' and stop '■ interest.
Business private and confidential. You : can
have your own time in paying up principal.
Ali WAYS money to loan : on -all kinds of:
r! personal property, ' from §10 upwards '
lowest rates. "; C'ardozo, 1941& ■ Esst. Seventh.
DOKROW SOME HOSJEV on your fur
-D : niture," pianos, horses, wagons, ' without
removal ■; diamonds." ■.- jewelry; " notes dis
counted, ' time-checks cashed, : salaries : ad
vanced. • Watts N. Davis. 303 Jackson st. .
J'-- ARGK 'AMOUNTS of money to loan on
■J ' improved property at 6 percent. . Gilman
, & Co., N ew York Life building. ; ■ . ■ ■■
ONEY LOAN KI> by Hunt & Strauch,'
34 East Third St., room 1, on furniture,
pianos, horses, carriages., etc. : also on ware
ouse receipts, ; diamonds, watches and sil- ,
verware ; private room for ladies ; all business
strictly confidential.' "'•■'".'•' '.-
ONKY.TO LOAN— terms. James
* O'Mara. Loan Broker, 303 Jackson St.
ONE Y loaned on ; all personal property
of value; lime checks bought. Mutual
'- Loan and Investment Co., 3i)9Va Jackson st.
ONEV LOANED on life insurance pol
lcies; or bousht. ">L.. P. Van Norman,
Box 75. Minneapolis. . .: ■:.,
ONEY TO LOAN without ' delay, from .
" $10 upwards, on furniture, horses, jew
elry, etc.; time; checks, - notes and second
real estate mortgages bought Minnesota-
Loan Co., 117 East Fourth st. , ■ ■■'.' ._.
ONEY TO LOAN by Lawton Bros., 405
Jackson • st. and 175 scuth \Vabajba;
have on ; hand §7,000 at ti . per cent on im
proved property. ■■■-•', .....■■.
--: QECURITY LOAN CO., ~ . '> : ■:.', >. '
O -,~:?%SBSG B 3BBEsir i - 325 Jackson st ; '."■
Any amount of money to 'loan . on furniture,
horses, ■ carriages, diamonds " and jewelry at
. the ; lowest ■ rates. , Business ; Btrictly private. •
J. E. Flanigan. Manager. -.-! . -v."- ; :
THE NOKXHWESTERN: LOAN COAT
pany loans money on personal property
and all goods of value. Room 13, Willouguby
Block, corner Fourth and Robert, : ' .- -v
rr\ J. KAVANAGH & CO., 126 EAST
JL . . Third Money to loan on- real or
personal property; . time ; checks cashed at
lowest rates. - . ■' ■ , •.-.--■;
YXJ E U)AN .MONEY, on furniture,.
VV. pianos, horses. : carriases and other
personal property at lowest : rates ; payments
to suit you ; property to remain in your posses- '
■ sion ; everything private and ; money always
ready : be sure and see us before you borrow;:
Home Loan Company, 103 East Fourth St.,
Room 4. '..-',. ,-,'■• ■ .. - . '."- ■..<■...-:'.■■:'
117 "IYMORITZ.S)2OIMO>ISEK PRESS-'
VV . Building— Mortgage loans : made
promptly; t>, 7 and 8 per cent; mortgages;
. bought. * . ■ -;.-..*
M. N. VHiUEKS <fc CO., 41 - EAST.
Fourth St., ; corner Cedar— 6. 7 and:
8 per : cent monet on hand for vacant or
improved real estate loans; partial pay
ments can be made on the principal ; pur
■ chase monet MORTGAGES, bonds and STOCKS
bought and SOLD. ■ '
. . MITSICAF,. :-.''■ '.■.,"■•;
PIANO TUNING— SI.SO; first-class work
L guaranteed. Samuel E. Crutchett, 525
Wabasha St., Room 2 ; city references.
/CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENT OF
V_y the Articles of . Incorporation of The
South DulutlJ Land and Improvement Com
pany—Patrick H. Kelly, the president, and
■George F. Piper, the Secretary of The South
Duluth Landand Improvement Compauv, do
Hereby certify that a meeting of the sharehold
ers of The South Duluth Land and Improve-,
ment Company was duly and legally • held on
the thirteenth (13) day of June, A. D. 1890, at
two (2) o'clock in the afternoon, at the prin
cipal office and place of transacting trie busi
ness of said corporation, in the city of Saint
Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota, and that at
said meeting, so held, the following resolu
tion was ' adopted and the articles of incor
poration of said corporation were amended
by a vote of : more than a majority of all the
members, shareholders and stockholders,
, and of all the shares and stock of said ccm
pany, as follows: • ■
Resolved, That Article 1 of the articles of
incorporation of this. The. South Duluth
Land and Improvement Company, be and
the same is hereby amended to read as fol
Article 1. The name of this corporation
shall be "The South Duluth Landand Im
provement Compauy. ■• -"-'.
: . The general nature of the business of this
corporation : shall be to buy, ; own, improve
and deal inlands, tenements and heredita
ments, real, mixed and ■ personal estate and
■ property, and to do and exercise ; each and
every act, power and thing proper ana au
thorized to be done, ". and exercised under
: said laws and statutes " of said " stale, which
may be necessary,' desirable or convenient
for'the prosecution and advancement of said .
-business. ■■••" '.•'".
That the principal office and place of trans- :
acting the business of this corporation shall
be the city of Duluth, in the county of St.
Louis, and state of Minnesota. '
Resolved further, That Article VI. of ■ said .
■ articles of incorporation,' be ; and the same.is
hereby amended so that Tvherever the word
St. Paul occurs therein, the same be changed:
so as to read Duluth. trick
PATRICK H. KELLY,
President of The South Duluth Land and
Improvement Company.' ■:'■■■■■ ■■: m .-.
. , ■ GEORGE F. PIPER, >v-.
Secretary of I The South Duluth Land and
; Improvement Company. .„";"•. '■'. . . :..;, "
STATE OF MINNESOTA, ) Ba : ' ' ' ; , : '.' ':;
Ramsey County, j""
Personally came before me this "flrat
day •of=' - July, A. D. 1890, the v above-;
named Patrick H. Kelly, President of > The
South Duluth Land and Improvement Com
pany, who, being by me sworn, on his oath
deposes and says that he, the said Patrick H.
Kelly, is the President oi the said The South"
Duluth Land and Improvement Company, as
is set forth in the above and foregoing cer
tificate ; that he subscribed said certificate .
and knows the contents thereof, and that the'
same are true. PATRICK H. KELLY. . ,
Subscribed - and sworn to before ' me this
first day of July, A^l^O.^^^-
CHARLES F. DIETHER,
LNotarial Seal.] > - . Notary Public. -:
STATE OF MINNESOTA, „ . .'.- ':
County op St. Louis, _f... . . . -, ■' '<";
Personally .: appeared', before me on this
20th day of June, A. D. 1890. the
above-named ■ George F. Piper, the Secre
tary of ' The South Duluth Land and - Im- i
provement Company, who, being by me duly
sworn, on his oath deposes and says that he, ■
the said George F. Piper, , is the ■ secretary of
the. said The South Duluth ; Laud : and Im
provement Company, as is set forth in the
above and foregoing • certificate ; that he sub
scribed said- certificate and knows the con
tents thereof, and that the same are true. .'
-. GEORGE F. PIPER.
Subscribed and ■ sworn to before me . this
20th day of June, A. D. 1890.
[Notarial Seal.] J. L. WASHBURN,
Notary Public. i?t. Louis • County, Minnesota.
_R ISL The DAIL
mr GLOBE is the
~\ ■'/;'■ organ of the
TL ■ • masses, but oi
I ilO no party, class
IIIU or clique. It
is looked up
on by the
H AA| .LL masses as a
rfiOnlß s friend and
lOU|J I U U counselor, be
sides a steady
: jp* ~. : ■ _ results, largest circulation and :
. §J f\ 'g% •§• most advantageous ■ rates . are
IJ f; _k £ given by the Globi, the great
r^.- Want f mediuak i -
ti\t ■ • f | •til' 1 •di nCr ■ ' / 5^ > A tf\i £3. _^9 ft
rUkiizg glad, w^ist y^^^dr^^M^
Fairbanks Santa Claus Soap.
for aJ! HougSkoU a*i LavncLry pvrfxifc^
A\a.de o n iy by N.K. FAIRBANKS CO. CHICAGO.
>i&v CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
>|l§Pj|@fes. MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA RY.
•^^gwftp^ THE BEST EQUIPPED . I.ITVU 1
■■■•■'■-^g^--- To Chicago, Omaha and Kansas City.
LEAVE. ; BASTERW TB-A.INS: ; . ARRIVE. ■ *
Minneap'lS. :Su Paul. • Daily. ■ ■ t Ex. Monday. t Ex. Snnday. St. P»al. I MlECeap'U.
«700 AM 7 AM Chicago 14 Hour Daylight Express-. 100 PM 140 PM
t430 PM 515 PM _Eau Claire, Black River Falls and Neillsrille 6 45PM t720 PM
•650 PM 730PM .. .........Eau Claire, Merrillan and Elroy 7 25AM * 8 03AM
:■■ tBSO AM 935 AM ....._..._:..New Richmond and Turtle Lake . — :. 5 00PM f 5 40PM
V*945 PM 10 25 PM ........—New Richmond, Superior and Duluth_ ._.. 650 AM 7 30AM
:tBSO AM 935 AM Ashland, Washburn, Baytield and Watersineek. '500PM|t 640 PM
-t *945 PM 10 25 PM :......... Ashland, Washburn and Bayneld ._, 6 50AM 730 AM
'i *650 PM 7 30PM ......Chicago 13}^ hour Vestlbnled Kxpress 7 25AM * 8 AM
"'* 650 PM J .7 30 PM ....Madison, Waukesha and Milwaukee— Fast Line... 7 25AM *803 AM
- - LEAVE. - WESTERM «rrtAriva. ARRIVE. '
St. Paal. Minneap'ls. • D»iiy. ■ - -■ . " t X*. Monday. t Kx. Bauday. Minneap'lg. SLPanL -
J t750 AM 825 AM Pipestone, Sioux Falls and Yankt0n_......... 630PMtV 03 PM
• : ' •750 AM 8 25AM Omaha, St. Joseph and Kansas City...-.....^.. 8 20AM •740 AM
; 50 AM 825 AM ....Sioux City, Denver, Portland and San Francisco 840 AM t 9 15AM
i*745 PM 8 PM .....Sioux City, Omaha, Kansas City and Colorado-... 8 20AM 7 40AM
1t750 AM " 8 25 AM ..... .Winnebago, Blue Earth and Elmore 630PMf7 03 PM
.*■;■ fiO 20PM 945 PM Sioux City Omaha, Sioux Falls and Mitchell...... 8 20AM J 7 40AM
s : tip 20 PM :945 PM . Sioux City, Denver and Pacific Coast Fast Line 630PM*7 03 °A
'•* t.tO 20 PM -945 PM Shakopee, Kasota, Tracy and Pierre... .....>... 8 20 AM'j 7 40AjJ
■ ■ . . Solid Trains to Chicago, with through Sleepers to Milwiakee on Vesiioultii Kxpreu arriving ScS at 7.J5 next
,V morning. ■■ Parlor Ca» on Day express to Ashland. • . - >i
' . P allman Sleepers Daily to Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha and Kansas City, Daily Ex. Sunday to Tracy and
'■' Sioux Faßs; Puliiuui Sleepers on night trains to Dcluth and Ashland. - . - ' , ;
;i ; ■.■■■:: Tlf RKT ( St. Paul, 159 East Third Str«*« and Cnloa Drpot, foot Bibl«y StrMt. .
;«,-*! . OFFICES: JJlinneapoUs, |3 Hieollet lloii.e Blo.k and Luiun Depot, Bridge Square. :
1. TEASDAIE, T. J. MeCARTT, ■■'■ W. B. WHEEtKU,
■■ : Gen'l i'a^senger Agent. City Ticket Agent, St. Panl. City Ticket Agt., Miuneapollt.
THE -GREAT RIVER ROUTE.
THE FINE. PASSENGER STEAME S
Will leave for St. Louis and All Intermediate
: : ■:"■•■■. . Landings,'
"Wednesday, July 2d, at 10 a. in.
Through tickets to Chicago via Rail and .
River. •- For full information regarding pas- ;
. senger and freight rates apply to
: . €. It. BROCKWAY, Agent.
• Freight and Ticket Office and Dock, foot of
Sibley Street, opposite Union Depot.
City Ticket Offices— l 79 East Third St.. St
Paul ; 7 Nicollet House Block, Minneapolis.
& St. Louis
St. Paul. Minncap'is
Chic. & Kan. City Ex. a 9:55 am alO :4oam
Dcs Moines Expr. .. a 0:55 am alo:4oam
. Chicago "Fast Expr" . d 6:25 pm d7 :lopm
St Louis Fast Ex". b6:2spm b7:lopm
- Dcs Moines passeng'r dC :25 pm d 7:10 pm
■Waterville Expr.:.... a3:3opm a4:3opm
'Excelsior AWater'wn a 9:20 am a 9:05 am
Excelsior &\V'aconia. d4:2spm ds;ospm
Hotel St. Louis. Ex- dl2:sspm d9:4sam
celsior and Lake-^ ;-.;, dl :30pm
Park Hotel I dl :25 p m di :O5 pm
a Ex. Sunday; b Ex. Saturday; d Daily. ,
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. .
Crrr Office — No. Citt Office— No. I
1 99 East Third street, Washington aye., 8.,
corner Sibley. . corner Hennepin, in
I DEPOT-Foot Fourth Nicollet House. Block,
street, terminus cable Depot— Third
line. I st. and Fourth ay. N.
jS**^ ' " TICKET OFFICa*;
' fiCßlCAgrp+^^lSi East Third Street
«' ifflnWAlJKEElf &Union Depot, St. Pail.
Ka//oXtbmiiL I A means daily. U B except
tVa^f^fMtM- / Sunday. C except Saturday.
V 7^ > * ! s(Sj^/ D except Monday. :■■ •■ •
'"'• ; - __L__Lv. st.Psul. Ar. St. Paul
Chicago <Sway.... B 7:30 a.m. ll:00p.m.B
LaCros^Dub.&Lo. B 7:30 a.m. ll:00p.m.B
Aberdeen Local. .. B 7:10 m. 6:15 p.m.B
St. Louis Express. A 9:15 m. 7:45 a.m. D
Kansas City Ex.... A 9:10 a. m. 7:55 a.m.D
P ra.daC.,M.&C.Ex B 9 -.15 a. m. 6 :30 p.m. B
Calmer Day. Ex. B 9:15 a.m. '6:H0p.m.8,
MiL,Chi.&Atl.Ex. A 3:00 p.m. 1:50p.m.A
•Austin iWay:.... A 4»25p.m. 10:'25a.m.A
Rochestei Local.. B 5:00 p.m. 10:2?>a.m.8
Chicago Fast Mail A 6:40 p.m. 3:15p.m.A
Aberd'niS: Hit. Ex. A 7 :15 p. m. 8 :55 a.m. A
Aus.,Dub.iChi Ex C 7:15 p.m. 7:45a.m.D
Kansas City Ex... A 7:l-">p. m. 6:30p.m.A
' St. Louis Express. C 7:15 p. m. 6:30p.m.A
'Mil&Chi. Vestibule A 8 :QJt). m. 7 KK)a.m.A
?■ TICKET <$ffi^OFF/CES:
• IC2 E. Third J^TJjjJWl^l 19 Nicollet,
'■'■'■; Street and I&SSsSMA House 1 n
Union Depot. ym&xSSaKr Union Depot
F. H. an SON, "*y^ G. n. p. A.
.ST. VKVL. CHICAQO. Milwap- MrHKEAPOL's
Ar 'Lv kbb," Chippewa Lv. ; Ar.
7:45 1:25 - Falls, Eau Claire, 12:45 8:25
am pm. Neenah, Oshkosh p.m. a.m.
■3:40 7:15 FondduLacand 6:25 4:17
p.m. p.m. I Waukesha. p.m. p.m
- Pullman .' Palace Vestlbuled Sleepin? Cars
■ and the Central's famous Dining Cars at
ached to all through trains.
: Chicago and St. Louis.
r, Trains on "The Burlington" leave
Union Depot St. Paul, as follows: Fast
daylight scenic Mississippi express. 7:50
morning, arriving Chicago 1O:3U night;
St. Louis, (i:")O morning, making direct
•connections for points Ea*t and
South. ;• - - • . ■ ■"-■•■■. . •
Limited Pullman Vestibuled leaves
.7:30 evening, arriving Cliicago 9:00
"morning; Breafast in Dining Car, ar
rive St. Louis 5:15 afternoon. "■-••■■
It is The People's Favorite Line to
Winona, La Crosse, : Prairie dv
Chien, l>ubuque, Galena, Chicago,
Kocb: Island, Peorla. St. Louis, and
direct line to Hot Springs, Arkansas. :
Ticket Offices, 164 East Third St, and
Union Depot. St. Paul. - .-.■■■• ...
14ANUFA0TUBBRS OP -*r
: Arehitectural Iron Work!
Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and
Pattern Makera. Send for cuts of col
umns. Works on St P., M. &M. R. R..
near Como avenue/.: Office 102 £. Fourth
? street, St. Paul. CM. POWEB, Secro-
SkE?fiJ¥4a? wMjyll The most comforta
|lff&»?2§Pff99M]ble way to reach Cali-
Ifflffic'-^iliL fiyfml fornU is via Chicago
fWinmlnShßlitffStßSa or Kansas City, from
■■■■■^■■■^■■■■'^ which points tnrougn
cars run without change. For raies and ■ fur
i ther information - apply sto S. ?M. \ OSGOOD
Gen. Agt. .or W. M. WOODWARD, Tray ,
Agt.. 515 Guaranty Loan ■ iiuiidiug, Minue
: apoils, Miiin,'@BH9BBBBBHtonHBBS
..... ■ . ■ - ■ - . "" •-
Palace, Dininx antl • Sleeping '-' " rs.
Handsome Day Coaches and Freo
I Colonist Sleepers through to Mon
tana and the t'adflc Coast. - . "
Leave. | St. Paul Union Depot. 1 Arrive.
a 7:40 p.ni. Minnesota, Dakota. • • ',-.
Montana and Pa- - r
cific Ex. . a 6:55 a.m. . -
a 6 :40 p.m. Winnipeg, Manitoba . -...-",
and I'ncific fixnress a 7:15 a.m. •
b8 :10 a.m. Willinur, Wahpeton, ■
Aberdeen, Elleu- '
da1e.......... .:... bC:3op.m
bS :20 a.m. Fergus Falls, Fargo
& Grand Forks ... b6:lop. m.
b3 p.m. Osseo & St. Cloud.. . bi):ss a.m.
b3:4Op. m. Anoka W'illmar.. bll:loa.ra
b4 :00 p. m: f Dulutb. W. Sape- 1 bG :2u p. m. "
I rior, Elk River, |
I Milaca.Hinckley, I
Princeton and I
a10:45p.m [Anoka* I a7:loa.ra.
b4 :30 p.m. Excelsior & Hutcn
iuson ! bll'-55a.m ,
6:40 p. m. Sioux F., Pipestone, BLM
Sioux Oityt Water
town, Huron and
Cassel ton . . . . . .... d7:75a.m.
a, daily; b, except Sundays: c. Satnrdayt3
Wahpeton only: d, Monday from Wahpetoa
only. * Sleeping and buffet parlor . cars -on
trains to Duluthand West Superior. tßuffet
Sleepers. .". MnAn
Tlhl/rTO m.5 Fast Third St. St Paul.
I IuIVL I «N 300 Nicollet Av., Minneapolis,
w and Union depots in both citiaa
Ch icago Stß\u Kansas Cnr R>
Offices: Minneapolis, No. 3 Nicollet liouso
Block and Union Depot. St. Paul, No. ll>3
E. Third St. and Union Depot
All Trains Dai.y ■£*& stp'a™..
Chicago & Dcs
Moine3 Express. 7:45 a. m. 7:39 a. m
Chicago, St. Joa &
Kansas City. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m.
St. Louis and Mason
City Express...... 7:45 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
Chicago JiDubuque 7:45 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
tion . 4:50 p.m. 10 >a. m
Trains arrive .'SO minutes later and leave 3 J .">'
minutes earlier from Minneapolis.
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. j
THE DINING CAR MM:
To Fargo, Winnipeg, Helena, Iliitto " ; ?
and the Pacific Northwest.
Dining Cars on Pacific Leave Arrive
Mail and Pacific Ex- St. Paul St. Paul
press Trains. Daily. Daily.
Pacific Mail for FargD, . ..
Bismarck, Miles City,
. ; Livingston, Helena,
Buite, Spokane Falls, . . ; !
Seattle, Tacoma aud
■ Portland.. 4:15 m. 6:05 p.m.
Pacific Express (lim- "-.' :. ;
itea) for Tacoma, •
Seattle, Portland and
all coast p0int5....... 8:15 a. m. 12:33 pm
Winnipeg Express for •
Forks, Gratton. Win
go and Jamestown.... 3:00 p.m. 7:05 a. m.
Fargo Express, ' daily
. (except Sunday), for ■
Bra inerd, Fargo and . .'
intermediate points... S:4O a. ra. *;:45 p. m.
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS and '.
FREE COLONIST SLEEPERS are run on
Pacific Mail and Pacific Express traiya.
.Through Pullman Sleepers daily betw/en
St. Paul and Grnf ■ Grand ' Forks, Winni
peg, Fergus Falls, Helena, Butte and all
points West. '
C. E. STONE, City Ticket Agent, 162 East • -
Third Street, St. Paul. .
G. F. McNEILL, City Ticket Agent, 19 ■
Nicollet House, Minneapolis.
Mpls., St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie R'>7
City Ticket Offices— Paul, 135 East Third
street; Minneapolis, Guaranty Building. < •- ■: •
_ ' Montreal & Boston Kx. leaves St.
Paul, (a) 7:15 p. m.
.^ri^^OPß Montreal & Boston Ex. leaves
•B^S^YflH Minneapolis (a). 7:65 p. m.
f IMglSa Wis. Div. locul, lv.Mpls.(B)B a.m.
kkMH Wis. Div. lv. .St. Puul:i>; 7:45 p.m.
fillli l>%i Minn. Div. Iv. Mpls. (B), 4:10 p. m.
■h uf »*j|ra st - C'roix Fulls Ac. leaven St. l'aul.
Wf^^^^^^^ A, daily from union station, b
except Sunday, from union station^ ■
' D, except Sunday, from Broadway station, St. Paul
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417 Dearborn Street. CHICAGO. ILL.
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