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AGENTS WANTED— Minnesota branch
Fidelity Mutual Aid Association, of sail
Francisco. Cat Apply 320 Wabasha. Grand
Block, Boom 4C5: good terms to live men.
L5 — WANTED— -Salesmen on salary or
-»-> commission to handle the New Patent
Chemical Ink-Erasing Pencil: the greatest
relliug novelty ever prcdi.ccd: erases ink
thoroughly in two tec-cuds: no abrasion of :
p«j er:2(X) to flit jcr cent i nt.t ; cue avent's
fides amounted to fC2i* In six days; another
532 In iwo hours: we want one energetic gen
eral a.ceni in each slate and territory. For
terms and full particulars address The Mon
roe Eraser Mfg. to., i.a Crosse. Wis. XI.
ARK YOU one of the employes of the
Fuller l>n;; company .at S'l per day.
f.luimlerof commerce. Room a. 21. C. Heii
aerspn. manager.
days"' to buy attractive (roe-faces, nearly
new, cheap for cash; selling reasons: to
mate room for office -sty! ! faces. Press of
William L. Banning Jr., 317 Wabasha st.
BARBER wanted at once. West Sev
enth, Hotel Arlington.
AKBKR— 4Ta«rted at once. A! you:i<
white barber: stale wanes wanted. Ad
tires» Box 1- .">. Henderson. Minn.
jlvuatt.K wanted at u2l si '.;•> ay.
1»«>Y over sixteen years of age to do chores
AJ and help about the house. "JO Sum
mit V.
BOYs Good wages paid lo good boys:
must be brisht.active and know the city.
A. D. 1. Co.. 349 Itobert.
C "CANVASSERS wanted: salary and coiu
■> mission. The Singer MfK. Co.. 40 Fust
Third st.
CANVAssERS — Wan ieti: good canvassers
on salary or commission. 774 Fast Sev
enth st. St- Paul, Minn.
Ci ANVASSERs wanted at si West Third:
■> no experience require .■
CYAN* AS>ERS— Wanted, » few good men
to canvass for us. i all at 7."S Waoasha.
C"*!OOK— A first class cook wanted; one who
-> understands meal and pastry cooking.
Address Arcade Hotel. Watertown. S. D.
'fAltl'ti CLERK— Wanted, drug Clerk, re^-
XJ istered. J. P. Alien, corner Seventh and
Jackson sis.
FIREM N— Wanted, an experienced lire
-T man at once. Inquire at National Ger
man-American Batik. Engine Boom.
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrn Cure?
Chamber of commerce, room 5: trial free.
AN AND W.FE. if without children.
for farm: ?4'i > per year. 293 and 295
Jackson. Wallow tV Hitler.
Pi.iai i-.« — Wanted, a young man of good
A reputation with some., knowledge of
printing. Apply at Miuuesota Type Foundry
Com pin V. .. .";''.; _^
ALE-MAN of good" address: must be
O energetic and bright. Call between M
and 11 o'clock, 31"$ Wabasha st. ■ - ■
SALESMAN— Wanted, experienced city
salesman for commission house: one ac
quainted with thec-.ty trade: state reference
and salary expected. Address X 109. Globe.
SOL.* Clio Its— Wanted, men ot enersy
ni-.d tact to solicit for Bankers' Life As
sociation of st. Paul. Minn, Salary or guar
antee as erred. Address C. F. Secor, SL
Fan!. Minn.
Si....o,.,i.ii'iii.ii-!(i supply -for one
month, a male stenographer and type
writer; light worK and reasonable wages
paid; commence at once. Apply, statins
■wages required, giving references. Lock Box
to, Long Prairie. Minn.
OToYE MOUNTERS wanted at the St.
O Paul Stove Works. Concord st. and
Arthur a*r. ■ -
TELEG A PHY — Wanted, three young
.1 men to learn teles-raph] and shorthand:
can make board. Apply Globe Business
College. Fourth and Jackson. . -
AT"" ANTED — Twenty-live men for the
VV woods: SM to S3') per month and
board; free 'fare : ih today. 203 and -2.5
Jackson Wallow & Mhier.
VI 7 ANTED— Foi Tinted Mates Army—
»I : Able-bodied unmarried men,- between
the- ages of twenty-one and thirty years':
4,-ood pay. rations, clothing and medical"' fit
leii'.iaiK appiiean:- must Ik." prepared to
Cornish .-.it:sii.i luiy evidence as to age. char
acter and li;ii.:i:.->. Apply at room 207. No . 31
S«st si'vcmli st..' c t. Paul. "Minn.
r ,
-■■"■/■'* FI."YA>C'IAI.. •■■■.■
•.* ment -Bankers. ioi'ii money on.' im
•■roved properly in St. . Paul ... and Mm neap
•Uiiiißt. 0. ier cent ,"oti or -.before. "' Offices,
"New Pioneer. Press Building,. St. Paul, and
Reeve Building. Miiuicapolis. . . ' ;' : " . .
J\ ~ A.~ J^.~ J\.~ A~ J\~ A persons ob
ject to borrowing money on their diamonds,
watches, pianos, furniture, etc.. owing to a
dread of -publicity;' many complain of the
high rates charged: 1 can loan you to SSOO
«v this class. of security and guarantee per
fect privhej^and low rales, projerty to re
ana:u in your 'possession; monthly* return
payments taken; courteous treatment ' as-
Fi'.fed: private-room for ladies.-' S. C. Hortoh;
108 Jackson, corner of ■Third .Boom 4. v :^-
»lx. Pianos,
Carriages, wagons. _ .. :.\.-.. .
"Household furniture. .
"3>inmonds. watches. : f'jjHj;
"Warehouse receipts. :-::'■■■
"Mortgage notes, and «.-; -.'•',::;
Commercial paper bought or taken as col
lateral. Property to remain in your own pos
tession. Our lates are and always have been
the lowest. Partial payment received at any
time and interest reduced i:i proportion*.
"Your own time for i aymeuL All business
confidential. -Private parlors for ladies. Call
or address Minnesota Mortgage Loan Com
pany. Room 13-14, First National Bank
- Building, corner Fourth and Jackson sts.
A— s.v» »».c « Aft'l so MORROW
money at a lower lale than you cnu
fcoirow through any other agency? .' The
American Mortgage Loan Company. Room 7.
First National bank ■ f.;ii;ciing, corner Fourth
raid Jackson sis," will let you have any
•mount $10, S2O, £i:5. J"4.«', 575, §li; ooi
1200 — fact, any mm , 'you wish— on your
told watch, diamonds, household furniture,
horse, buggy, piano, carriage, etc.. at a lower
late than \ou can possibly get it elsewhere.
Cooes can" remain hi -on possession, and
you can pay a part r.ny "lime you want pud
»tcp interest Business private and ■ fl
cential. You can have your own time In
pa*-ine ti«» nrincl 1 «'
It >O* are wanting. a loan on your horses,
furniture, watches, diamonds, or anything
of value, be sure and goto the old reliable,
'.are -dealing loan cilice of J. L. Strauch,
Room I'-. Globe Building. Xuu can get. no
better terms, lower rales or easier return pay
ments elsewhere. Private rooms. Remember
the place.
LARGE AVUi Ni> of mouev to loan on
improved property at 6 per cent. Smith
■ «t: Parker, New Life Building.
HAVE yon used Fuller Catarrh Cure?
Chamber of commerce, room 5: trial free.
ONEY TO LOAN in lunge or small
amounts; low rales. S. g. Pierce, *.*8
East Fourth st.
MONEY LOANED on all kinds of col
lateral. Boom S. National German-
American Bane building, top floor.
MoneY . O • «»A.-> v.' it hunt flelxy. ironi
SIO upward, on furniture, horses, jew
elry, etc. ; time checks, notes and second
IC*d estate mortgages l.ought. Minnesota
Loan < <>.. '.IT Last Fourth st.
ONEY LOAN I- on life insurance pol
icies: or bought. 1.. P. Van Norman,
CI Guaranty Loan Buildiiig.Minneapolis.
--"Money leaned on diamonds, pianos,
furniture or goods in storage at lowest rates,
end small monthly return-.. payments; notes
and mortgages bought; most private loan
rooms in the city. Ohio Investment Com
pany, 132 Globe Building: take elevator. .
1 KCISASE WON El hind mortgages
bow-tit. Hannah. Boston k.Minneap's.
A buys and sells mortgages and -loans
money at current rates. W. P.". Westfatl,
sei retary: E. .1. DarragS, treasurer: 23 and 24
Globe Building.
rr lili S A I N <i S It A X « i F ST. I'All L.
A corner Fifth and Jackson sis .always has
money to loan' at 5,""* and per cent, and
charges no c(i:i..-,.:i5.-ioii. ■ -'"'
Uf. >1 OKI JZ,l).»r,t^KfcK PRESS
• BiiiMin-,' — Morieaue loans made
promptly: 0, 7 sudS per cent; mortgages
C'4nri/)f) '" <> LOAN at current rates.
*T?»j\J<)\JW William X. Armstrong, 315
' Pioneer Press Building.
CI nnfi"T»LOA>- - on "■•*- estate n
OjL'/s.vVv'L/ - r any sums. P. 11. Simpson,
Ml I-icuiper Press Buiidii.-,-. .
ACC<>IJ*»TA^T,». ~~-
HM. T..MPLE, t<tit,criuania Life Build
» iiig.'4ili.Y- Minn. :F'xiert'an<i Audit work
/'o.Yt: WORKS.* '
F. .KOllifc.V. N. AWlfcteam .Dye.Works
• 'office.- si i "Robert si., Ryan block
works. '.' arrd-!-7 Indiana av.*4MBMLssa3HsBB
AHLEK'Iv & Ml.m el. Minnesota
* Steam Dye oiks. .244 Fast Seventh.
KITI'ATIOX ill I Fit lA>
• Pen; a ex' .
A good SALARY guaranteed to any
lady who will do writing for me at heme.
Address in own handwriting with address-, d
and stamped envelope. Kiss Edna L.
Smvthe. South Bend, hid., Proprietor of the
Famous Gloria Water.
ARK Yoc one of the euiploves ot the
Fuller Drug com pan v■ at §3 per day.
Chamber of Commerce. Koom 5. M.C. lieu
derson. manager.
BANGS— Hangs cut and curled, lucent*.
Bon-Ton Hair Parlors, 424 Wabasha, cor
ner Seventh.
pANVAssKi..-- Wanted, ladies and gen-.
*»- tleuien canvassers, for a new patented 2.1
--cent article, which every lady and every
store must buy at sight ; call at once, 380
Robert st., tip stairs.
PAN lON— Wauled, a lady desirous
"^ of a pleasant home, to act as compati
on and assist in light housekeeping; family
of three. Address 1. pi 3. Globe. .
Cook — Wanted, an exierienced cook;
■' none other need apply to 220 Nelson ay.
f^OOK — Wanted, two girls, one to cook.
— ' wash ami iron, the other for second
work. 173 College r.v.
Dining ROOM GIRL, and onegirllodo
washing and ironing... 414 Broadway.
DINING: room, silver and kitchen gills
wanted at Windsor hotel.
DINING ROOM GIRL wauled, at 5.3
Wabasha si. JSBsBsMHLBfifi
DKl>s.«AKtn — Wanted, dressmaker:
XJ come ready for work, at Si per day.' - 082 .
Fast Fourth st.. corner Maria a v."
DKKSSMAKING — Wanted, iTdies to
learn (he newest and most perfect sys
tem of dress and cloak cutting; the inventor,
a former pupil of European Fashion Acad
emy, will- give his personal, alien lion to
teaching for the next four weeks: dresses
cut and perfect lit guaranteed; also perfect
fitting pasterns for sale with instructions for
using them. Room 4.'. Manuheimer Build
ing: Mrs. H. L. l)e Long. Agents wanted.
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrh Cure?
Chamberof commerce, room 5: trial free.
HOUSEKEEPER— For tirst-cla^ .hotel
in small city. 100 miles from St. Paul, an
experienced middle aged lady can bud per
manent situation and i good home. . Address
stating age. experience, salary wanted, etc.,
etc.. S.C. H.. Globe. ...'.•:■ : '
HOUSEWORK— anted, girl for general
housework. 212 East Fourteenth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, giri lor general
housework in a • small family, - 221
OI'SEWORK—W anted, girt for general
house wort; good wages. Call 7tits Car
roll st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for
general housework. ■ 59.1 lglchartst. ■•
OUSE WORK— WauIed, a middle-aged
lady. German, to assist lady of the
house. L 94. (.lobe.
OUSEWOEK— tinted, a good girl for
general bouse woik. 126 West sixth st.
H OUSEWOKK -Girl for general house
work in ' family of two. • 424 Fort St.,
corner Ninth. . " . -
HOUSEWORK.— Wanted, gill lor general
homework: good wages. 57 Irvine
Park, foot of Walnut st. BTSLisfIRI
H Ol'SEWOKK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at Gill Dayton ay.
H oi'SE WORK— Wanted, competent girl.
361 Grove st. -
II OI'SEWOKK— GirI at 'ITS Carroll st.
HOUSEWORK— ill for second work.
No. 9 East Tenth st. ... .
OUSEWOKK— Wanted, a good girl for
general housework. : Inquire of Mrs, J.
E. Morehouse, .134 Carroll st., near Kent.
OUSEWOKK— Good girl for general
housework in family of three. Inquire
Tuesday at 468 Wabasha --t.
OUSEWOKK— Wanted, girl to do gen
era! housework. HI Nina ay." .. \ .': '
HOUSE Competent girl for gen
eral housework, and a maid of all work
at 182 Holly ay.
OI'SEWOKK— girl for general
: housework. . Apply .145 Ashland ay.
OUSEWOKK— Wanted, girl for general
housework: small family. 1065 "Kearney st.
Ol'SEWOKK— Wauied. a girT tor gen
eral housework: -24U Sherburne -
OUSEWOKK— Wanted, young German
girl for general housework. Apply to
of! Summit ay. - "''"'.■ '■■ '
OI'SKWOKK- Wanted, "good girl for
general housework; tail at once. ' "30*1
Pleasant ay.
OI'SEWOKK— GirI for general house
. work. Call at 272 East -seventh St.,
Room 15. ' ''..--' "• ' -• . '.- ,
H< » WORK —.Wanted. eirl "to" do gen
•. eral housework in spirit family, Apply
at 1104 Holly ay. .' .-,7- .- .-; ,-.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for light
: housework .(Geimau- preferred;. -118
Martin- s l . ..; • :•;-, ; ;"?
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for genera!
housework. Apply W . E. Matins. Seville
Fiats.' corner Sol by and Kent.. ' ' ' ..:,. !
I AUNDRY GIRL wanted at Windsor
A J hotel. - . . ■ ■
LAUNDRY HANDS— Wanted, laundry
hands: good and experienced. Address
V. E.'Meacham Fairmont. Minn.
URSE— Warned, at st. Luke's bosi.iul, a
1» woman to nurse and make herself gen
erally useful. ■nHß"r*"Bs^EffijV9sVSl
"Vri'RSE GlßL— Young girl, for the care
l^i of one child; call mornings.' 433 Day
ton ay. '•-'■' ' ' „--■:.--
[V"URSE GIRL— Wanted,., young girl to
I* - take care of children at 60S Ashland ay.
BCRCBWOM AN— Wanted, a woman to
scrub office floors. Inquire at St. Paul
Carpet Company, Third and Minnesota sts.
second . girl — Wanted, a competent
O German or . Scandinavian ■ second girl.
554 Dayton ay.
SECOND GIRi — A competent girl for
second work:- reference required. Ap
ply to Mrs. William Lindeke. 77 Centra! ay.
»-^ wanted to run fur-sewing machines; only
experienced hands need apply. McKibbiudc
Co.. JiT!) Sibley st.
ELEGKAPHY— Wauled, two . young
ladies to learn telegraphy and short
hand: can make board. Apply Globe Busi
ness College. Fourth and Jackson. - '
tI7 AITEKS— Two girls to wait ou table
»» (regular meals) at dining hall. Hotel
Barleau. Smith ay. ; .-..', . : . ... . — .-;--
Uf ANTED— lmmediately twenty girls for
• general housework "and four (rooks.
389 So'; by. . - -- ■ ■-„ -. -■- ■■
"i I ""ANTED— Lady or gentleman; salary,
*» Su"' per month: steady employment.
Apply Manager J. Brown, 806 Rice st. ; SL
Paul. ■■-':■■,:■
TA7"OKK FOR HOARD- Wanted: 'girl to
* V ■ work for board and attend school, fif
teen or sixteen years. 'Apply 318 Wabasha st.
s» — *~
pkiiso:yai,s. 7.7 .
ploy, write former employer, C. 11. Chad
bourne. '."..'
Ci.AIkY4IYA.-ST— Mine. 'feitsworlh—Re
liable business lest and developing me
dium ; twenty-nine years' experience. 450
Minnesota. • .
MM A THORSON. professional mas
sager; also improved Turkish baths
Room 115. Moore Block. Seven Corners.
2 A DlES— Headache, backache. nervous-
Li ness. and all weakness peculiar to women,
speedily cured by using Orange Blossom: St.
Paul day. Wednesday. Address General
Agent. 59 Koyalstou ay.. Minneapolis, Minn.
MRS. k AT H osk I s, magnetic healer;
psychometric cud trance medium. 2251*2
West seventh st.. St. Paul. .
j\/| KS. .« . A . TtSsM, •«» East Eighth st
. J-Vl Magnetic and massage treatment for
nervous diseases, paralytic and rheumatism;
also clairvoyant. Hour:-. 9a.m.toS p. m. i
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrh Cure?
Chamber of commerce, room.1: trial free.
HOUSE — Wanted to rent, seven-room
modem house. Address, Mating loca
tion. V 83, Globe. .:•.?-.-■ ..""
STORK— Large store and basement, or
floor, for dry. clean wholesale business,
wanted at once. State particulars and au
swer N* 103. Globe. •
'Ef.S.ASEOrS. -".
HAVE , you used Fuller Catarrh Cure"'
■Chamberof commerce, room 5;. trial free.
1,1 ASOI 'ERA DE and theater costumes,
I*J • masks.- wigs, beards, grease paint. Mrs.
L. Neiimann. ;'.ii East' Seventh. •■-*•■
-Midwifery— MYs.- 11. Stenzel.29B Martin st.
pki-:ms"waki3i«.. - : .
■ cloakmaking at reasonable prices,' at 45
College a v.
HA YE you used Fuller Catarrh Cure?
Chamber of commerce, room 5; trial free. .
t.- . Mule.
A YOUNG MAN with [ good references
-TV will give $29 to any one procuring him a,
position iv an ofl'c; railroad work preferred.
Address V 112, Globe. -
BOY» rON I'l.A» I-.!-, places for dovs;
employment bureau tor ) oor boys, free.
Newsboys' Club Boom. Chamber of Com
merce building: open from ii 10 12 a. in. and
Irom 7 lo - : c p. m.
BARKEEPER— situation as barkeeper by
a competent man; can speak GcYukmi.
Address. .1. j;.. No. 16 Fast Eighth St.. ■ ■.
BOOKKEEPER, experienced, wauls set
of books to keep evenings. A. F.. Globe.
Bookkeeper— Young man wishes to
get a situation as bookkeeper, assistant,
or do office work: experience wanted. there-,
fore wages no object : can give best refer
ences. Address 1/ 90, Globe. ,
BOY. eighteen years old. wants place to do
chores tor his board and go to school.
Address 25 Til ton st.
CA NOV .« A X .uatioii wanted by a
young man in candy factory; three years'
experience. C Globe. .'■-- -•
CIA.KKK — Wanted, a. position as clerk in
' hotel: have had experience; best of ref
erence Edward Kidder. No. So ' East
Eighth st. ■ • . • •
CLEttK— Want a position as clerk in gro-
J ceries; have six years" experience. A.
J. Clart.&*» East Eighth st,
CLERK— Married man wants" position as
J shipping clerk, salesman or office work.
E. 8.. 216 Pleasant ay.
CiUAt'H.tIAN — Wanted, situation by a
■: young man of good and steady hat-its as
coachman, who has two years' experience
-andean give best references. Q 96, Globe.
CiOACH.YIAN— a ycung man wants posi
tion as coachman: is well acquainted
with ihe business. Address 'A 109. Globe.
CiOOK— A married man wants a situation
■> as cook: will go as second. Address
John E. Kenny. 3f*> Thompson. ay.
DKAI HTSM A x -architectural— wisnes
situation. Address I' 92. Globe. .
DBl'G Ci.KKK wishes position: have had
four years' experience; good references.
Address Can, Globe.
would like plant to run; best city ref
erences. Address X SI. Globe.
"P-MPLOYMENT — situatiou wanted of
A-i any ki"nd by a steady young man (Scan
dinavian) ; talks good English: references
given. Address N. Skoog, 714 Case st.
EMPLOYMENT— .Wanted, by a respect
able youth, situation of any kind; refer
ences. Address 11. D.. 531 L'Orient st. ■-
MPLOVJIIiM- situation by a
young man who has just served live
years with the United States army; willing
to do anything to earn an honest living; can
give best of references. Address James E.
Maroney. 390 West Seventh st.
f;"ARM HASP- with family and ex
perienced in farming would like to take
charge of a farm. Call or address 154 Delo3
st.. West St. Paul. . . . ...
FORGER— Situation wanted by a lirst
class light or heavy forger, of any kind
of blacksmilhing. Address 734 East Third st.
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrh Cure
Chamber of cemmerce. room 5* trial free.
HOsTEEis— A colored man wants situa
tion taking care of horses or work of
any sort; can bring references. Call 194
Norris st.
HOSTLER— A young man wants work of
any kind; understands tbe care ot horses;
wages no object. Address J. C. Globe. ... -
|V| ANAGER— Wanted; - position as man
-1»-1 ager, operator or all-round man iv a
photo gallery. Write C. 11. R., Globe.
OFFICE WORK— Situation wanted by a
young man with city experience and
reference, in office or wholesale house -.pre
f.Mr d. Address Sit Aurora ay.
POSTING A reliable, experienced book
keeper desires to get two or three small j
sets of books to post up; will mate terms
satisfactory. Address Box 470. P.O. ' ' -
SITUATION— A young man of twenty-one
years of age (is a hustler) wouid like a
position of sortie kind: is a good- hand with
horses. Address J. It. Smith, 447 Wabasha
St., St. Paul, Minn.. ;. '■:.; .:,:.-:.-• ?:i.-.:i- : ; ita::
STENOGRAPHER —'Wanted, " ste'ii ogra-
O ' Dher; '.-young- man, capable, intelligent;
energetic and well recommended, secure
permanent and desirable positiouin business
office.' .Address L 105, Globe. ",',;' '„;:,. '•"•■7"
STENOGRAPHER— Dictation, and copy-
C7<. ing wanted by. an experienced, stenog
rapher. Boom res, Endicott-Hjiiilding..,-.'. •■.
writer desires a situation in a : lawyer's
office": moderate salary. Address G 100, Globe.
II ANTED— Man to wheel an invalid in a
»V. chair for two or.. three .hours, a day;
state terms.., Address .YSS, Globe. - '-".■_ . •
WANTED— A position in jewelry store;
»V four years' experience; cad give good
references. Address 303 Stevens st.- : •'*
HE EPE K — Wanted, .by .', a" young
; lady, a situation as assistant bookkeeper
or clerk: willing to work for small wages to
gain experience. Address N. M. 8., 817 Mis
sissippi st., St. Paul. • : .':.".. . ''
BOOKKEEPER— Lady wants posiliou as
assistant bookkeeper, copying or any
kind of office wort: live years'" experience.
V 94. Globe. . . :-.■.-■.; ■-■:... ■
CASHIEK— Wanted, by ail experienced
: lady, a position as cashier or any office
work; city references. Address 343 East
Tenth st. * ■■..'•. ■ -' : : •'. ''*"
1 _
CLERK— Situation wanted by young lady
as clerk in dry-.. goods or confectionery
store. M. Cooper, 236 Bellvidere st., West St.
Paul. . •-.■...■■ .-. - -•■ •;■.-.•;■-:
GOOK would like a situation in a private
i family; can furnish best' of references.
Call at 427'Selby fv. ' '
DKESSMAKt-.K would like to go out
sewing in families by the da v. Address
109 West Sixth st. ■■-,-- ...
Dli ESSMAKER— Experienced dressmak
er would like sewing in families. Ad- ]
dress 13-, Globe. ,
£i.I)EKLYIADY would liKe position in
doctor or dentist office as receiving lady,
or housekeeper in small family. 157 Univer
sity ay.: up stairs.
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrh Cure?
Chamber of commerce, rooir 5: trial free.
OI'SEKEEPKK— Wanted b> a Canadian
widow lady, a position as housekeeper
or. companion to an. lnvalid; best of refer
ences. Apply to Box A D, Globe. Minneap
olis. *_
OUSEKEEPEK— Young American lady
wishes positiou as housekeeper tor
widower or bachelor in good circumstances.
Address Z 100. Globe. -
j" Al'XDttKss— An experienced laundress
A_i would like place to go out washing or
ironing, or take washing home. Address
Mrs. Sorensen, 281 Williams st., right base
[Y/I IL.L.INEK— oung laay with
some experience would like a position ;
in a millinery store. Addresss F 107. Globe.
JXJ.L'ItSE, large experience, .will attend
1* women during sickness: speaks English.
French. German. Address T 95, Globe. ....
ONE welli recommended girl wants cook- j
ing in private family; two girls looking
for work in restaurants or boarding houses. ;
333 East Seventh.
FFICE-WORK— Lady wants lo do writ- j
i ing or other light office-work from 2 to 6
p.m. Address 215 Spruce st.
FFtl'E WOKK— Situation by young lady
• in doctor's office or iv dental. E. War- '
ren. 300 East Page St.. West St. Paul.
„pi>SITION wanted by physician's daugh-
A ter in eithe- dental or doctor's office.
Call or address B. P.. 381* East Seventh st. ;
t^jALKSEADY'— A young lady would like a
Lj position in a confectionery store, or some
kind of office work. Address C, 470 Edmund
St.. city. . • -
TENOGKAPHEK— competent lady sten
ographer and typewriter, with best city
references, desires position: can . operate
Smith Premier and Remington machines: no
objection to leaving the city. Address L 103,
STENOGRAPHER— A competent stcn-
LJ ographer and typewriter desires Derma
nent position: owns a machine: can give best
of relerence. Address G 103, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER— experienced lady
O. stenographer; and typewriter desires a
position: no objection to leaving the city;
can give best of references. Address V 109,
OHK. FOR BOAKD-A giil thirteen
; years old would like a place to assist
for board and go to school in an American
family. Address 597 Park ay.
ASHEKWOMAX — A woman would
like to go out washing. Address 531
Charles St., up stairs; -.■■;.
TO exchange— Wanted to trade.a clear
lot on Lake MinuetouKa for a good
voting horse; must be sound. X 106, Globe.
TO I EXCHANGE -^Wanted, cottage on
Dayton's bluff: will trade clear land, and
balance cash. Address W 110, Globe.
fob bent. '; :: 7 7*"
JiOUtM-N. •
A A -rliOllSf.-s. FLATS. STOKES AN A
i^OK KfcNT -House-*, stores and otnces in
all parts if the city: call and examine
' our lists: we may have just what you are
looking for. The. St. Paul Trust Company*.
Kndlcoit Building. East Fourth st. -''^
HOI'NES— One six and five-room house.
With hot and cold water bath, coruer
Canada and University; ay.
HOI'KK— For rent house ou Holly ay.. be
tween \\ esiern and Arundel sts. C. O
Rice, 140 East Sixth st. m
'• -7: '" : "" Flats;- - - --.-■•"•■"
*L"I.AT^-To rent, housekeeping flat- of. six
X rooms In the ••Albion," furnished or uu
. furnished, or will sell furniture to party tafc
ing the lease. Address V 107, Globe.
A~ — HOTU, ltKCN*\vicu. for gentle
• men only; fifty modern -steam-healed
rooms by day, week or month.... -,-.-..•
BKOAUWAY, — For ten nice rooms,
.furnished for housekeeping:, private
house: use of bath: hot and cold water. .-. .
BKOAUWAY, otf7--F.rrsc Floor— For rent
first floor, three or four furnished rooms
for. housekeeping; private house; use of
bath. •■••--- - •"-• ■■•
r- . - — : : _
CIEDAK ST.. 520— Corner. of Tenth— Nice
■■' furnished sunny rooms; 6 o'clock din
ner. ' ' ■-.■■■■
ROOMS— furnished rooms, steam
heal, gas, use of bath, suitable for man
and wife. Apply 37. Hole! Biirteau. -"
ROOMMATE— gentleman room- j
mate wanted; fine, large front room,
private residence, within seven minutes'
wait of city hall: electric light, bath and
heat and board if = wanted; one-half room !
rent is $6.50; will exchange references. j
Answer care of L. M. HI, Edison Electric
Light and Power Company. ■ :'-^jjMmlmWiim
<i.1.1'.Y A V.. 424— Furnished rooms for rent I
•J from $10 to s2s a mouth; use of bath
room. • • .
THIRD ST., 254 — Corner. Smith Ay. —
-1- Nicely furnished front room. '.; " j
UT abash A ST.— Corner Tenth st. Next
•* V . Door to Drug Store— Rooms for rem,
furnished and unfurnished. . - . .-, -• .-•
Offices.- ;
OFFICES— For rent, offices in: the'Fior-.
' ence block, corner Wabasha and Rice j
6ts. : a very desirable location for doctor or j
dentist offices. Apply C. H. Petsch, 179 East
Third st. third floor. ' . -•■•■:■-■.-
FFICKKOOM to rent; low rent:. best I
location; on ground floor. Inquire of I
D. 11. Michaud. 101 East Fourth st ' * - \
. — ;
■ Stores.
O George and Ohio sts. ; splendid location
for grocery; none in neighborhood. J. Q.
Unas, 116 East Third st.
miscellaneous. -
FARM for rent to dairyman ; 225 acres with
X buildings; six miles from City on Water
town road. Address David Lubv* Minneapo
is. General Delivery. ■.. . - .. ■.
stallions for sale cheap, or will exchange
for clear farm lands. Address Horseman,
Globe. . ■■- -•..;.-= . - .-■ .*. - ...
•L^OK SALE CMEAr— a: small horse and
X buggy. . Inquire 715 Lawson st a
FOX SALE— A carload of mares, cheap, If
taken this week. -112 Second ay. north ,
Minneapolis. ' ■ ••' .-.;-: >»;•-= •;.•-: i?
FOX sal .Fifty heavy and light horses.
Griggs Bros." " ' '.. .. . s j
OK SALE— finest two-seated surrev
nettein the«itv; natural wood finish 4 . '
cheap for cash. 431 Selpy aye. •■■** ; ' -aii
FOR SALE— a good $25. delivery bob for
$5, at43l!aibyav.7-..7 I -. ...... r-.
117 ANTED TO BUY— Second-hand roe&
»» • awny;- must bedu- good order. Address
V TCP. Globe.' "■7jy.r-".*rr* ' ■ - '
EGIsTEKiiU in stud Book of kingdom. \
of Belgium. "Brabant," No. 4042. im- i
ported August, 1891? dark brown stallion: '
weight 2,000 lbs, four years old, very fine and
stylish-built, gentle to drive every where; re
ceived first premium at Minnesota state fair:
will sell entire or hah interest or on shares,
purchaser to take caro.of the horse and- stand
him for.mares. - For particulars and pedigree
inquire John Pfeifer, 216 Pleasant ay.. St
Paul. Minn. ! .1 \ jj „a: "<-'.' *
11/ ANTED— Good second-hand Shetland
»* pony can: stake price and where can
be seen. "Rogers #:Ordway, 250 East Fourth
street. '.' *'■* "; ••■•-- -
' . . ! '.'-'■■' "' "'"-'
"""" .- -.•■■■ „. .. . . j<> -.- ' — : — r~. — — —
.. ; Ai'criozv isai.es. r : > ■;. '77-
Karana-rh & Johnson, Auction
eers. .-" : •',-->' " '
Carpets at Public Auction— We will sell
at public auction in the store. No. 216 East
Seventh st, on Friday, Feb. pj.at 10 a. in. and
2 n. m., a very large and fine lot of household
goods, consisting of one Kimball organ (good
as new fine bed room ' suits, two elegant
parlor suits, easy chairs, rockers, sofas, din
ing room chairs, center tables,' banging
lamps, pillows. first-class cooking ranges,
kitchen utensils, dishes, etc.; also a fine lot
of body Brussels, Moquetle and ingrain car
pets, art squares, nigs. etc. These goods are
sold under a chattel mortgage, and will be
_ sold regardless of prices: parlies in search of
bargains in household furniture cannot af
ford to miss this sale. Kavanagh& Johnson,
Auctioneers. 186. 188 and 190 East sixth st'—
BOARD— Furnished front rooms suitable
for thrre gentlemen; use of gas; also
day boatders. c 5 East Eighth st
HOARD— Pleasant front room with mod
ern conveniences. "The Miner,'' 612 Cen
tral park east *..-';" .'
BOAKU-^Large front room for rent with
board, suitable for three geutlemen or
three ladles. . 633 Wabasha st.
BOARD — Gntzian Residence, 254 East
Tenth— Two fine rooms..- with private
bath for each : several day -boarders can -he
accommodated. _ "
EoakD— Furnished rooms with board.
Xj 121 Iglehart st.
BOARD— Belmont House— Corner Eighth
and Minnesota— Bestsl day house in the
city : no bar in connection; regular board and
rooms $5 per week. ■ ...
lost ASP Founiß. " 7 ;';;-
OKSE STRAYED— Feb. 8, from -pas
ture near Osseo. sorrel horse, white
face: weight, about 1,000 pounds; one white
hind foot: clipped fore-top; a reward will be
paid for information leading to his return, or
for positive information of his death." C'-BJ
Bradon. Globe- Building, M i n neapoli . : .
AYE you used. Fuller. Catarrh. Cure?
"Chamber of commerce, room 5 ; trial free.
HORSE FOUND— A horse about eleven .
' years old. light buckskin color, and left;
hind foot white and white face. At Fdft
Snelling Hotel. ••"•■ . — i
. . . sag
IBOPOPIST. ' '" l-i
AYE you used Fuller Catarrh Cute?
Chamber of commerce, room 5: trial free.
HAVE you used Fuller Catarrh Cute?
Chamber of commerce, room 5: trial frty. :
BILLIARD SUPPLIES. Warorooms. 405 and l
4U7; Office and Factory. 11. and 413 Fifth '
avenue south, Minneapolis. Minn. ,r ... / .
7 ".-. IS&TBUCTIO:*. .-:.. ".".".'
- young men and ladies to learn teleg
raphy, shorthand (Moran- Pitman), bookkeep
ing, German, etc.; students cau work for
tuition very reasonable. -For" full informa
. tion call on or address F. A. ManiD, Fourth
and Jackson.; ■ " ". ' ' .-'-. .7,
K. C E.ELITNKK. of the Barnard
~- school, desires private pupils for the
soring and summer, 394 Selby «v. •' ■ >.- '«■
. ."lltaie«HMMeou»u
3 A N *»- 1 I*AIKIL-.fj!'Os*- HALE— Cows.
,-£*.. horses, wagons." sled, mill- cans, route,
.etc.: poor health reason for selling. inquire
|«4 200 State st. West St. Paul.
I ]3<riTi;isi; \v,Mtiv-s •* a.>l» " net it
1 i . depot for sale on easy terras in one of
, leading cities til 10.000 in 12,000 people hi
• southern .Minnesota;.', mi . old established,
• well-paying business, and a splendid chance
I lor »it enterprising: push nun : building
J iyf rent to suit purchaser. Address V.. Globe,
St^^JMlnii. .
I (;\Hi Alt A.NOt'UNnX'l'lO-iKKV AND
I>> news store tor sale cheap*, good loca
• Hon; cheap rem; owner 'going* East. '.'JO
' Manhattan Building. ■.■■..- ■■-
-■ •? o,*0 ,* KAI.E— Furniture and lease of bouse-
J id .keeping flat, of six rooms in' the "Al-
I Won," or will rent furnished. Address V lO7.
lobe. '.-,t::a. ;:-,'•■;-•-.• ■•••■
'. fJAVK you used v Fuller Catarrh Cure?
;•*•*• Chamber of commerce, room .*>: trial free;
! S 000 OH CAfSI, 7-t'°" sH'e. * flat
JRfIY^V'W: ot forty rooms, finely
rrrrnished. in center of the city;- heat, gas";
i only those meaning business address the
owner, W.IOI, Globe- . ... - --„
'•."'."•" Suburbs! n. -
FOtt sale— A forty-acre farm, good gar
-*- dening land, all cultivated, house, stable,
etc.; only haif mile from Bald Eagle lake.and
one and a half-miles from : White Bear lake ;
Price.. s3,ooo.oo:: worth Jr6.0&").00. For fur
ther particulars Inquire of Michaud Bros.;
corner Seventh and Wabash a. -.
** -• - iUiscellwncou),.
L"OK SALE — Ten-room house, and . lot
* 5Jx150: good water and sewer connec
tion; electric cars: or will exchange for
D , ? c l i . n thriving country, town." Address U
104, Globe. :r
--potts ALE— 7S feet on Third st.and Eagle:
-*- 80 feet on Day ay. and Selby ; 00 feet
on Dayton ay.. corner Dun lan: 45 feet on
Summit ay., near Rice, with "good double
brick house. • Make offer on any of above to
11. Hall, 300 Dayton.
"POX SALE— One of the best houses in the
. tit - v ' lot 70 feet front, on St Anthony
Hill, tor 520.000. Address T 107. Globe. .
VALI'ABLtLOT in center of city, worth
;v "S5.000; will sell for 82,000; only one
left. <-. Whltacre. 310 Ramsey st. '.-'.
OTO€K OF GOODS wanted; I am going
v- 7 into the mountains of Colorado, where
I have been eighteen years, and want to take
back a small. stock as agent or on commis
sion. -Address D 101. Globe. " .■■■■■■■
-■-..f"* '77 ""."■ FOB SALE. . ... ■ '
ENGINE — For sale, four-horse engine and
boiler. Corner Fifth and Neill.
WATER SPANIELS for sale. Call at 31
West Third St.. corner St. Peter
*J i Ramsey— ss. ; District Court, Second Ju
dicial District *-;*."*
In the matter of the assignment of James H.
Brown to Daniel H. Moon. '
: : Upon reading ana filing, the final report
and the final account, hereto attached, of
Daniel H. Moon, the Assignee in the above
entitled- matter, and upon motion of Mc-
Laughlin and Morrison, his attoruevs.
t ..lt : is ordered,.-. : - - -". "-;---:
First: That each and all the creditors of
said James If, Brown who wish to participate
in the benefits of said assignment shall file
their, claims with the said Assignee and re
leases thereof with the Clerk of said Court
on or before the 27th day of I February, A. D.
TS92. or else be forever barred from asserting
or claiming any benefits" under said assign
ment. -'-.r.-Y ••:- '.-- . ..:i„.",-.-;.
•sSecond: It is hereto- further orde ed that
all * he creditors of JainesrH. Brown who
shall nave filed their claims and the releases
thereof on or before the 27th day of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1892, shall show cause at a spe-
Wll.ierm of this Couit. to be held at the
Court House in the City, of St. Paul, County
; Df'Ramsey, State of Minnesota; on Saturday,
the 27th day of -Febrdarv, A. D. -1892. at Ten
O'clock A. M., w.hy?ail the doings of said
Daniel H. ..M00n,. -as- such Assignee, should
hot. be. ; ratified and confirmed, and
why his final account as'"such. Assignee,
heretofore filed in the * "office of - the
CJlerk or above Court, should not in all things
be ratined, approved, .'allowed, and con
firmed ; and, f urtherr the amount of his
compensation as /such . Assignee and that of
his attorneys should not be fixed and al
lowed by the Court: and, further, why an
order should. not be made . directing him to
.declare a dividend in said matter and to dis
tribute among the : creditors -who *hailso
have filed their claims aud ihe releases there
of, the balance remaining dnn his. hands as
such Assignee: and, further, why-an. order
should not be made camelling i his" bond as
such Assignee and releasing and discharging
the sureties thereon upon- -filing. with the
Clerk of said Court ' receipts evidencing the
payment by him, totbe various persons who
shall have entitled themselves to ; receive
such dividends, of .the dividends to which
such persons shall be entitled.. «..,-
It is further ordered that this ' Order shall
be served unon- all the : creditors of said
James H. Brown known to. said assignee,
and upon said James H. Brown, by publish
ing a copy thereof once -in ' each "week for
three successive weeks in -the St. Paul Dailt
Globe, a daily newspaper printed and . pub
lished at the City of St. Paul in the County
of Ramsey, Stale of Minnesota, ana by mail
ing a copy of said order to each of said ereai
tors and said James '11. Brown, directed to
each of them at ; their respective .. places of
abide, with postage pre-paid, at -least ten
days before the date of said hearing.
~" Judge of the District Court.
. Dated Feb. 3d. 18!)2. . .
-L"i fixtures, ice . boxes, mirrors, pool and
billiard tables, counters and shelving. 218
Washington ay. north. Minneapolis.
DITION-Office of the Board of Public
Works, City of St. Paul, -Minn.. Feb. 17,
1892.— Seated bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of, St. Paul, Minne,
sota, at their office in said city, until 12 m. on
the 29th day of February, A. D. 1802. for
grading the alley in Block*l4, Woodland Park
Addition, in said city, according to plans
and specifications on file in the office of said
Board. .
. A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a
sum of at least twentv(2o) per cent or a cer
tified check on a bauk of St Paul in a sum
of at least . ten (10' • per cent of the gross
amount bid, must accompany each bid. . Said
check shall be made payable to the Clerk of
said Board.
The said Board reserves the- right to. reject
any and all bids'. .... -..'
R. L. GORMAN. President.
- Official: J. T. Kekkek,
•*°< Clerk Board of Public Works.
•^-' ■■'* ' feblß-10t ■'■■■■■■■
the Board of Public Works, City of St. Paul
Minn.. Feb. 17, 1892.— Sealed bids will be re
ceived by the Board of Public Works in and
for the corporation of the City of St Paul,
Minnesota, at their office iv said city, until 12
m. on the 29th day of February, A. D. 1892,
fyr grading the alley in Howard's addition,
in said city, according to plans and specifi
cations on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least* two (2) sureties, in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a
certified check on a bankof St. Paul in a sum
of --at least ten i (10) per cent of the gross
amount bid, must accompany each bid. Said
check shall be made payable to the Clerk of
said Boaid. i.-. .-■:-.:,. -• -• •._ \\ .-
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. - ' ■-
•«: . R. L. GORMAN, President
Official: J. T. Kekkes, • .--;.-- ?
, / Clerk Board of Public Works. - <
<. - - feblß-10t. -..- ■■■•■;..
Hennepin— District Court Fourth Ju
dicial District. - -'.-•--
In the matter of the assignment of Frank G
Turnqtiist. for himself and as surviving
• partner of Turnquist Brothers, insolvent
Notice is hereby given, that Frank G. Turn
quist, for himself and as surviving partner
of Turnquist Brothers, of the City of Minne
apolis, in said county and state, has by deed
in writing dated February 6th. 1892, made a,
genaral assignment to the undersigned of all
his and their property .not ; exempt .- by law
from levy and sale ou execution, for the ben
efit of all his and their bona fiae creditors
.without: preference. All claims must be
verified and presented to the undersigned
for allowance within twenty, days from date
hereof.' •. . • - .
' Dated February 13th, 1882. ' " ..
Bekton & Benton, Assignee.
Attorneys for Assignee.* Nos. 302 and 304
New -York Life Building, Minneapolis,
i Minuesota. ...
President Miller Contradicts
Some Laughably Absurd ' '
St. Paul and Northwestern
Roads Better Off Separate
Than Combined. V
Immigrant Differentials a
Bone of Contention That 7
; Bothers Finley. .■
A Proposition for One More
; Conference Is Now Being*
y ••■•'•*_';* Voted On. ' ; /-;
Chicago, Feb. 17.— The story from
Wall street about the prospective con
solidation ot tlie Union Pacific, the Chi-'
cago & Northwestern, the St. Paul, the
Northern Pacific, the Omaha and the
Atchisen roads, is regarded here as one
of the most absurb* rumors, that has
been circulated in years. President
Miller, of the - St. Paul, says the report
is without foundation, and, moreover,
that a union of the St. Paul anil North
western, of which much has been said i
in the past, would be detrimental '■ to '<
the interests of both... They always
work in harmony, and in Mr. Miller's" j
opinion they can make more money
when operated separately than would
be possible it they were united.
Immigrant Differentials Still Un
Chicago, Feb. 17.— Since the demand
was made upon the, Canadian Pacific
and Grand Trunk roads by the Chicago-
St. Paul lines to restore their Euro
pean immigrant tariffs to the basis of
the agreed differentials as between New-
York and St. Lawrence ports, a lively i
"correspondence lias been going on be
tween Chairman Finley and the'passen- !
ger representatives of the roads 111 ques- i
tion.' The ultimatum issued by - the i
lines west of Chicago after the meeting I
of Feb. 6 was that immigrant rates to
Northwestern points must be advanced
by Feb. 15 or all prorating arrangements
with the Canadian lines by way of Chi
cago would be canceled. -
In the correspondence referred to
both the* Canadian Pacific . and Grand
Trunk officials said they were willing to
advance the rates by way of Chicago,
but claimed the right to make such rates
as they pleased by way of Sault Ste.
Marie and Mackinaw Chairman
Finley .promptly informed them that
the -tariffs must be restored by all
routes, and that if it were not done the
notice given by the Western roads ot
their intention to withdraw from the
agreement of 1890 would go into effect
Feb. 15. .-. .....-»•■ ■
Then the Grand Trunk suggested an
other conference, basing the suggestion
on assurances given by the. Canadian
Pacific that there would be no difficulty
about advancing the rates via the Soo
on the basis desired, provided a meet
ing .were held, to which the Soo line is
invited. The argument was made that
the latter road should at least have a
voice in the conferences. Chairman
Finley. has submitted the .proposition
for, another conference to the lines in
interest." giving them until the 18th
to answer. He said enough answers had
been "received to convince him' that a
conference would be held, and that the
Chicago-Sr. - Paul s lines.- the r. Canadian
roads and; the Soo would all be repre
sented.;.- ,*iO*''i-:> --:,'... ".- •:::.'.
--* / M'LiEOD'S RISE.
The Reading Magnate Has Car-fed
His Own Way. "•■'•'
New York; Feb. President Mc-
Leod, .{pf. the Philadelphia . & ; Reading -
railroad, about 'whom the whole country
is talking since the consummation of the
gigantic coal deal, is, like many another
: American who has attained success and
i fame, • a self-made man.:? During the
early days of his career he was in very
straitened circumstances. It. is now re
lated of him that before his ; connection
with the railroad business lie was the
proprietor of a pottery in Texas, and
that after a hard struggle for several
years he was sold out by the sheriff.
Then he went West with unbroken de
termination to "make a fortune" if pos
sible. ' :; " ■ ' "-• "■<•". :> ■
About this time Alexander Bryden, of
Pittston," Pa.';. a." mine boss, was travel
ing in Colorado with a view to investi
gate coal : lands there, and form a com
pany to operate them it practicable. "In.
a small town he, met McLeod, who was
financially "flat on his back," with no
prospect of bettering his condition. He
appealed to JUryden for enough money
to pay his fare East again, and his ap
peal met with a generous response. As
he took the money McLeod said : "Bry
den, I'll be in a position some day to re
turn this kindness, and I won't forget
you." ' * * "".'■' "
He was true to his word. When the
now great raiiroad king was placed in
charge of the Philadelphia & Reading
interests one ot his earliest acts was to
scud for Bryden, who had returned to
Pittston, and offer him the superintend
ency of the company's Schuylkill an
thracite industries, one of the most re
sponsible positions in the corporation's
business, and most coveted because -of
the fat salary attached to' it. , Bryden
accepted, took the reins for a year, but
found that the duties were telling on
his health, and resigned and returned to
his place at Pittston. It is needless. to
say that Mr. Bryden takes the keenest
interest in Mr. . McLeod's latest and
greatest scheme, and that he hopes for
his friend's complete success.
Northwestern to Enter Davenport
from Clinton. - . : V' ; .' : •-'.-;"
Davenport, 10., Feb. 17.— Articles
of incorporation. of the Illinois & lowa
Railway and Terminal company, capi
tal stock 11,500,000, have been filed here.
The plan involves the construction of a
double track railway bridge- across' the
Mississippi at the foot of the rapids
here, and extensive transfer and. stor
age yards on both sides of the river in
Davenport, 10.. and Moline, 111., and an.
independent road to Clinton, 10., thirty-"
four miles north of here, thus bringing
the Chicago & Northwestern railway
into this city from Clinton.
Illinois and Wisconsin Scene of
Si'HiN'GFiEi.i), 111., Feb. 17.— Chi- I
cago, Lake - Geneva & , Northwestern
Railway company has : filed articles of
incorporation in the office of the secre
tary of state. It is proposed to build !
railroad from Chicago .through .Cook," |
Lake and McHenry counties to a". point I
on the boundary line between the states
of Illinois and Wisconsin. The principal :
office is to be maintained atChicago,arid
the capital stock is 152,006,000. The in
corporators and first board; of directors |
are:" De Clermont Dunlap, Ihicki'ord;
Fremont Hill. Horace C.-. Alexander.
John S. Monk and Frank C. Elliott, Chi
cago. ' ■-- '■•■ ' ■■• ' - "•"■•■ -'-
St. Paul Earnings. /_.
The earnings of the Chit-ago. Milwau- J
kee & St. Paul road for the second week
of February amounted to $533,883 •
against " $450,1190 during the correspond-'
ing week last year,' an increase of &j-*,
--19- From July 1. 1«)1. to Feb. 14. 1892,
--the earnings were f21,074,V03, as against j
Wrill look whiter, will be cleaner and will *i? ~ V.S*
be done, with less labor if
Is used. The clothes will smell swee-fcerancf
will last longer. SANTA CLA US SOAP is '
pure, rt cleans but does not injure trhe. . !
fabric. It does i}ot roughen or chap the
Millions use. it. Do Yoll ? ]
$18,050,831 for the corresponding: period
of- the , previous year, an increase of
?5,01*J,074. ......
A Senate Committee Advised by
Practical .Men.
Washington. Feb. 17. -The ; senate
committee ou interstate commerce list
ened this morning to an argument by
lion. Richard' Olney, of the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy road, on a meas
ure before the committee known as the
procedure, bill, which contemplates the
definition of it method of procedure in
hearing railroad casas before the inter
state commerce commission. He held
that the measure was unconstitutional,
and that; it should not be enacted into
a * * :;^s^s!Mfe^BiliWßs*BH**Bßjssl
George Crocker, of Boston spoke in
favor of the car coupler bill, now before
the committee. Mr. Haines, president
of the American Railroad association,
opposed any .interference by congress
in the determination of the type of
c ',° 7 l .*,V*. ei ' to " used by, railroads. Mr.
iilunson, grand master of the Brother
hood of Trainmen, expressed the views
ot switchmen in the matter. He said
they were in favor of prompt action,
but believed no. coupler had vet been
invented which would give satisfaction.
1. 1. Sargent, of Indianapolis, rep
resenting the Locomotive Engineers
and Firemen's association, thought a
commission should be apppointed, com
posed of railroad officials and their me
chanical employes, to test and make a
thorough investigation into the best de
vise to be adopted, and to report its re
sults to congress for action.
Rumor That It Is to Be Just
New York, Feb.' 17.-There was a
rumor in railroad circles today that it is
the purpose of the directors of the Dela
ware, Lackawana & Western railroad to
increase the stock of that road. The
definite shape that the report took was
that the stock would be doubled and
that 6 instead, of -7 per cent interest
would be paid upon it. -
Samuel Sloan,. president of the road
said that he had heard of rumors to the 1
effect-that the stock might be increased
but he knew nothing regarding
the matter. "The subject had not been
brought up yet at a meeting of the di
rectors, but it' might- bo at' a future
meeting. He could not say whether the
plan of doubling the stock feasible
or not. '*"v : . ',-'•■ : '- ---:^v.\ -j
Harrisburg.. Feb. 17.— After the
conference at the executive mansion
last night between .Gov. Pattison, Sec
retary Harrity and Attorney General
Hensel, the last named left: lor I/in
caster. Harrity left for Philadel
phia this morning. It cannot be Teamed
what was done, but it is understood that
the Reading deal was up for discussion,
and that the matter has been placed in
the hands of the attorney general," not
that he shall bring suit to prevent the
consummation of the deal, but to pre
pare reasons for showing that the state
cannot, interfere in the matter.
; Canadian. Pacific Earnings.
Montreal. Feb. 17.— earnings
of tlie Cauadian Pacific railway for the
week* ending Feb. 14 were 1355,000, as
against $334,000 for the same period last
year, au increase $-21,000. ' ''■:
\ ■ A Commendable Move.
Knoxvh.i.e, Term.. Feb. 17.— The
mines at Bnceville will be worked here
after, .on; the. co-operative plan. The
miners are allowed to lake stock, and
have already taken $10,000. A subscrib
er is allowed twenty months in which
to pay for $100 in stocks. The company
will build residences and allow the
miners to buy them ou liberal terms.
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Detroit, Feb.- IT.— W. O'Brien, of
this city, one of- the committee' on ar
rangements of Catholic congress, says,
in regard to the dispatch from Rome,
that Judge E. F. Dunne, of Ohio, was
not present at the assemblage of .the
archbishops in St. Lou Dec. 1; that
at that meetinsr the question* of-omis
sion of the .subjects of. Catholic educa
tion and the temporal power was "never
contemplated either by the archbishops
or the laymen, and that the questions
have hot been omitted from ' the pro
gramme, which is not yet completed.
Tne archbishops - usurped" none of the
authority of the laymen. The person
nel of the committee, as orisinaliv-con
stituted, however, was not universally
popular, and at the St. Louis convention
the committee was reorganized with
Cardinal Gibbons as honorary president
and Archbishop Feehan as president.
The vice presidents comprised a num
ber of. . archbishops. Ohahan. of Chi
cago; was chosen secretary anil Mr.
O'Brien ;. treasurer. •-". Mr. O'Brien de
nounced as" false statement that On
• ahau and he had abandoned, -their fel
low laymen andplaycd into the hai/ds
of tlie prelates.-: The convention
worked in ha.rnioity,.and there was.no
intention of-a change in the programme
■as originally agreed upon. 7 ... : . ■
Steamship Discrimination.
- New ; Voj:k. Feb. 17.— Tin* jus? uts of
the White Star.Hamburg-Amerkan and
North German steamship lines cabled
directions to the agents: in Europe "yes
terday to accept no more IJussiau-Iler
brew passengers.. This refusal ot. the
companies, to take; any more cf these
passenger^ will prevent the 'spreading
of fever here. . '• - '--'.-. .'-■■
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Phoebe's Bills Dishonored.
Chicago, Feb. •17.— The world's fair
board «of control has declined to pay
the bill presented by Phoebe Cotizins
for printing the minutes of the first ses
sion of the board of Jlady . managers
while she was secretary of .the board.* . '-
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A Move for Eight Hours. . t"
Boston,. Feb. ; 17.— The United Brul'i- s '
erhood of Carpenters throughout
country will on May 1 demand 1 ' that
eight hours constitute a day's work,
and will strike where the concession is
not made.

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