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GRAND JURY THROUGH
Returned Five Indictments
Yesterday and Adjourned
Sine Die.
ONE INDICTMENT CONCEALED
Mrs. Mary Belle Ward Sues
for a Divorce, Baking
Serious Charges.
DIIVL CASES NOW ON TRIAL.
the Man Hurt by a Falling-
Sign Loses His Casa
in Court.
The grant! jury made its final report
toJuutre Urtll yestenlay and was dis
charged. There were five indictments
round, one of which is not made public.
There are none for uainbliner, as was in
;in.a!ed as possible by a contemporary.
Those indicted, with the one exception
referred to. are as follows:
Dennis L). Cretmuin is accused of
bicainy. in beine married to Iluldah
Ludwii: at River Fails. Wis., and living
with her in St. I'aul. while his lawful
wife Mar} is still living.
William iV.skernoski and Fred De
lano; trrahd larceny in the second de
cree, alleged in itave been c in tied in
t>ctobei ii«. the township of Mounds
View. The;. Ie . U sed ot stealing a
horse and harness b*eioTigiii^ to Louis
Roixio.
Beaton (). Mien; forcery in the sec
:;■ . the aMesation being that
he put off upon ihe Bank of Minnesota
afals fheck F«»rfl6, suned P.O'Urady.
A nic I. •■■. larceny in the first decree,
Boinniitted, as alleged. Nov. 21: It is
asserted that she rob lied Patrick Cos
jrovc of : jr. in a saloon on M. Peter
I tree
Marriage a Failure
Mary Belle Ward asks for a decree of
divorce from Lienry Ward, whom she
charge* with a category of offenses
against the marital relations. They were
married iii ISSI at Detroit, Mich., and
have a teit-y : old daughter. She is
thirty-four and lie thirty-nine years
old. Mrs. Ward says that for most of
their married ife she lias been obliged
to 1:0 out 10 work to keep herself and
child from actual starvation. He is ac
cused of beatinc nts Alt','; also of
adultery with a Mrs. Anderson and
others. Mrs. Ward asks for leave
to resume her maiden name. She wants
the custody of her ohi and also ali-
Xiionv:
T.:« s O.i and Suit* Betin.
Tin* case of Mrs. John Bohnieot
aeaihsl'Uie'i'state of Patrick iveogh is
ettii oit (rial in Judge Kyrr's court.
In the case of Francis P. Kyder
ag;:iiist Plumiuer P. Kinsey, the. jury
returned'a'Verdict for the defendant.
This action was brought to recover
damages caused Ly a sign falling on
Charles Ryder while walking along
Filth street last June. The sign fell iii
a wind -t'.itn.
Jucl-ie vViins and a jury are trying
the action furdaniaees brought by Dan
>- piCouijell against the St. Paul City
Kail way company. Mr. O'Conuell was
run 1 into by .i cable car when driving
along Scluy avenue last March. Hi
}v;ii injured. His horse was hurt and
a\> vehicle deuolished. He demands
f-l.oO'i ;is coinpetisation.
The cause of Dr. C. Williams against
lue'Wt-st St. i'a'j'i Building Association
Was dismissed L-y Judge Otis.
The two cases of ilattie May Woods
Aeainst Albert M. Law ton and others
have !.>••:. submitted to Judge Otis for
decision.
The case of ileuel L. Hall against n.
11- Cro.-.l«y et al. is on trial before Judge
Otis.
Nicholas M. Habberstad ?s!;s judg
ment against .Theodore Long for $275,
dii' i■; -■■!! a promissory note.
dialler K. (Jryff lias sued John Mines
to recover .<:,^.").7."i, due upon a promis
sory iiou-.
.lv;!■:*: Willis has set aside the verdict
of the jury in the ease of the estate of
Carl Asclien, deceased, against the
"Milwaukee" Railway Company, and
granted :i new trial.
The demurrer to the complaint of
William Cochrau against Ambrose
Tiirhu has been overruled by Judge
Willis.
Willis iia.* denied th« motion of
Emily ii. BabcocE for judgment against
Caroline C. Hurray and others for the
Bum of JI.OUO. Judicment had foimerly
been ordered for the defendaut and the
motion foi a t.ew vi;..! was denied.
Xo California Without Change Via
"i lie Milwaukee.''
<>:i Saturday, Nov. lOtb, 1894, and on
Saturday thereafter, a:i elegant
Pullman tourist Steeper will leave Min
neapolis (8:25 a. in.), St. Paul (B:3p a.
1 arrive Los Angcle?. California,
at •>:•■-■' p. in. following Wednesd iy.
Via •' 1 ii»- Milwaukee's" famous "lled
rick Koute" to Kansas City, thence via
' . i. ct fc. F. U'jr tnfougli South
ern California.
A most delightful winter route to the
Coast.
This ear is ''personally conducted"—
in immediate charge of an official ana
an attendant through to destination.
batu per berth, {©.00 through iron St
Paul-Minneapolis.
Leave St. Paul-Minneapolis every.
Saturday morning, arriving at Los Ao
gv c> every Wcduesday afternoon.
Por berths, complete information and
lowest raies aoply to "Tile Milwaukee"
accents, St. Paul-Minneapolis, or ad
dress J. i. Couley, Assistant General
Passeiieei Acent, St. Paul, Minn.
V. eather May Moderate.
Observer Lyons was of the opinion
yesterday that today would show no de
cided chance In the temperature. He
promised pleasantly cold weather dur
ing llie day, but thought if would warm
up by this evening. The rise, however,
he said would Dot affect the ice in tho
curling rinks, so that the curlers will
have a splendid chance all clay Thanks
giving to play their favorite game.
i-'IKS I -CIiASS BBRVIOB
[To California and the West vie.
"Hie North- Western fjine."
Only Sti hours to Denver.
Only 55 hours to Salt Lake,
Only m; hoars to ban Francisco, or
.Less than S^J days on the cars.
Sleeping oar accommodations secured
throuirh to destination. For tickets at
lowest rales call at city offices: 13 Nic
pllet House Block, Minneapolis; corner
Bobert aud Sixth sis., til. Paul.
ANNiE IN THE TOIi.S.
A<'CJ!SKO OF STEALING *4O
»«H ESI OF ARTICLES.
Mrs. Martha Brewer Sentenced to
i hirty Days for Assaulting
tin Old Hun.
Annie Preston is in the toils nir.-iin,
and is again charged with a state's
prison urtV:isi\btit will doubtless escape
with a workhouse aentensn as usual, as
tin- complainants are likely lo withdraw
the charge of grand larceny ami substi
tute petty larceny, in i»r-ier lo tcet their
enoti* buck. This time the complainant
witness is Maty Midland, who charges
Annie with stealing blaubsts, bedding,
underclothing and other article* to the
value in all of #10. Annie was held in
tlu';siim|i>t $500, and the case continued
until ti.is forenoon.
Mrs. Martha Brewer was convicted
yesterday of assaulting Martin Ktrrwiu,
an old man who lives in the house occu
pied by Mrs. Brewer. Her daughter
Annie Caroline, a<ed thirteen years.
ivlia assisted Her mother in belaboring
Mr. Kerwin, was discharged on account
of her youth, but a sentence of thirty
days in the workhouse was bestowed
upon Mrs. Brewer,with the understand
ing that it would be suspended provided
siie vacated the premises within one
week from date.
Lena Johnson, the woman who stole
some jewelry and other articles from
the house of Mrs. Eiunnah Carlson, at
NiT Feeble street, was sent yesterday to
the House of the Good Shepherd for
ninety days.
Oat«t»f- < own ■ !ibs«-ril)ers.
Our offer to furnish-The World's
Sweetest bougster" and ••Queer People
is cm. pie. l with the request that 10 cents
in silver (no stamps) be sent. Mail or
ders will reach you in about ten days.
Farmer^' Institute.
The Farmers' institute met yesterday
a :,■ n on at tie tapilol, the members
Die .Ml bt-intr -Col. Li^eil. John L.
(i..i->s. J. M. Underwood, J. H. Stevens
and Stint. Uregg. Supt. Gregg read liis
annual report, which showed that fifty
five institutes were held during the
yen. and that the. institute was in a
flourishing condition. Col. Liggett and
Mr. Underwood were appointed a com
mittee on accounts to report at an ad
journed meeting to be held Dec. 26.
HEADACHE
Of ail forms. -Neuralgia, Spasms,i'j
Sieeplesimess, Dullness, 2>izzsri«'-«s,
Kin.-. Op tun Habit* Dra»keunei»ft,
! etc.', are cared by iiJS. MILES' XX-
SiTOBA'IIVE NKHVI\E lor Eplr
!<>?>*3-. ■•From September to January be
foue using the Nervine," I had 75 convul
sions, and now. after three months* use. have
no more attacks." —John B UoLLixs.Jßonieo.
■Midi. "I have bc-qii using SSIS. s *JSL?i;s»
KESTOKATiVK MfiKVSN'iSC four
months. It has cured me. I have taken it
for Epilepsy, end after the first week hr.d no
attack."— Hurd C. Brusius, Heathville. Pa.
old on a Positive Guarantee.
Fine book of great cures FKEE-at Drug
gists everywhere, oraddi >.-
DR. MILES MEi)IG.\L CO., Eikhavt, lad
Sold by All Druggists,
MTB A'S'l«\N Hi I ilHa.l*.
.^at««.
ADVKKTISINO SOLICITORS to work
our plan in comities; goo.l results. Box
'Si >, Sidney, lo
A GENTS to take orders by cample at home
xl. or travel. We pay liberal salary and
expenses or good commission and furnish
samples to right applicant. Address Lock
liox 1354, New York city.
AtJKNTS wanted to canvass the counties
A in which they live: under our new plAii
they can earn from $15 to Sin' per month;
write tor particulars. Only thosa who are
willing to make a bouse to house canvass in
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. From $3 to
513 per day easily marie. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
the Globe.
AGENTS in every state on salary and com
mission. Agents making to g5'J weekly.
EureKa Chemical &. Mfg. Co.. LaCrosse, Win.
A Wanted, agents for Hankers'
Life association, si. Panl..Mlnn. : strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cd*t; profitable position
open in St. Paul and throughout -Minnesota.
rite for aeency.
\ M\N in every section to sell staple
-lx goods to dealers; experience unneces
sary: best side line. ST.") ■ month. Salary
and expenses or Inrae commission made: for
Bealed particulars send stum,.. CHftou soap
& Manufacturing Co., liox T4^t, Cincinnati.
Ohio.
CtAMVASSERS— Wanted, Brst-elasa msile
- ami female eanva^ers for a Brut-class
book. Address, with references. North stur
Specialty Co., i. <). Box 44i. Minneapolis.
I^IKKMAS— Wanted, first-class Breman
tor steam-heating piasit. M 1S». Globe.
WANTED— Man to travel: position per
manent; salary nnii commission; fast
selling specialties: appiv now. Luke Broth
era ( <>.. Nurserymen, Chicago.
CQMf) ANO I Xl'K\S*> 1»AII> TO
•«V"v_/U competent men first year or large
commission, selling staple goods by sample
to merchants. No peddling; experience un
necessary. For sealed particulars send
staind. household Specialty • Coin pan v. 75
Fourth St.. Cincinnati, O.
i«-HJ •,!!«-.
A GIsNTS wanted to canvass the counties
Xl in which they live: under our new plan
they can earn from $75 to 1160 per month;
write for particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work r:s well as men. From §5 to
515 per dny easily made. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only. D 4, care of
Globe.
HOOStWOKK - a good German girl
wants to do senc-ral housework. M.
Rnbla&d, i'M St. Peter st.
HOL'SKWOKK— Wanted, a good eirl to
do general housework. W West Kourth
Hoi S*.VV«»KK— A competent girl for
general housework; call mornings. TkIO
Laurel ay.
TUFITKK KE3IEDIKS aie sold by all
•J druggists.
NritSK— Wanted, an experienced niuse
for two young children; must have srood
testimonials and be willing to leave city dur
ing the winter. Mrs. H. E. Thompson, itß:t
Woodwaid ar.
INSTKttCTIOaS.
<.: [VI (-zzara's- rmv AT DANCING
1»1 Academy—62o Central Park East—
"Tlio waltz taught in six private Icssqus."
ST.AUATHA'BACAI>£IK) Olr MU»IU
kJ and Art, 30 Eait Exchange St., St. Paul -
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
nu»rtit. Lesson* given in drawing and paint
tig. Call or Rend for prospectus
WASTER TO IHTY.
HOI Will pay cash for "modern eight
room bouse east of Dale, between Selby
and Summit; give price and full particulars.
Address A 24. Globe.
S,\Vf.~ Wanted, safe, about 1.800 pounds;
write particulars. C Sweijrle, General
Delivery, Mi:>ucapo)ls.
THE PAINT PAUL FATTjY GLOBE: WRDNPISDAT JMORNTNa. NOVEMBER 28. JB9I.
Ml 9 .VS t«*.\S tVii i»
Mate.
Al'l'Ki rii ... \ vuiiug t»>v (uiiriifii
would iibf to learu the cigai
mnciiig trade. .~:^ Butieriuii ay
A\<*i MAN wishes to take lessons
in binding; Mate rate; must lie mod
erate. Address V v.;. Globe.
|)*Ki:.:u:i:n:K — Wanted, position as
1* bookkeeper or clerkiug in retail store;
have had experience at above work; cau fur
nish first-class references: will work cheap.
Address a. ,1.. id K:isi Eighth t-i . City.
IJOY- Wauled. :•. good boy to learn ■ good
1 * .nt'k'. .1 Blast Seventh, liooni.
/ visa IKK—Wanted, a pe&uiou as cashier
tr general office work; best of refer
ences. Answer N 23. Ulobe.
(M, t£UK—Young man if eighteen would
/ like a position in sonic store; is well ac
quainted wiili city. Address 11K15 Miuuehahai
St.. city.
C^OI.!.!<;t:TOK-Wamed. position as col
v. lector or solicitor: have had three years'
experience in city: best of references. Ad -
dress J 18. Globe.
DIVKII wants work »'.ri\ inir v delivery
wagon, or work around some store; wiy
us. ;i.i and wiling; in need of work aad well
acquainted In the city. Address Driver, 45ti
i!aM >ixtti st.
DUI\ Xi- Wanted, position to drive laun
dry wagon: thoroughly ; cquaiutcd lv
city. J*. It W.. 365 Summit place.
DKIVKK— Vounc man (rants a position as
ii drirer in s furniture house; will hike
a heating store aud some furniture in part
for salary. Address >!.. it: West P«jte st
EMHLOYHEKT-A vnnif; roan of eood
education, first-class i-enmnn, wants
position of any kind; best of references. J
i(.'. uiobe.
E.iii'LtiHn.N-;;- Gentleman of educa
tion and business experience desires
tMnplcynieut for two or three bouts daily.
Address J.". Globe.
EMPI.OYMk.MI- Position of any kind
nan ted lv a young man: is well ac
quainted ii: ihe city, aud has the besi of ref
erences. Add rest. L. P. Miiler, sri Burr
E.-MI'I.OY.MKNT-a you:;- man of twenty
would like situation of some kind: can
take care of horses mid is well acquainted
with city: oar. speak ami write Knvjisli and
isc.-AdinaviMii; has the bent of references;
will work cheap. Address 774 Pauquier st.
E.^l PLUYNKNT- Young man want* work
of any kind. X 11, Ulobe.
tj*lt£fcMAK— Young man would like a po
sition as fireman or tend to fiirin.ee,
with experience. Uooai 10. L'topia, corner
m. Peter and Exchange.
[1] EN AND VTOMKN to work at home. I
«-l i>ay $8 to SIC per week for making
crayon pictures. New patented method.
Any one who can rend or rite can do the
work, day or night Address with stamp. 1
send work at once. li. A. Uripp, German
Artist. Tyrone. Pa.
PAJPfcKHANGIiIi — A Brst-ehus paper
banjeer will do papering and kalsomiu
ii.i: for board or room rent. Address C. X.,
35 Eiist Seventh st.
P Mia KM AC IST, registered, desires per-
I- innuent position: speaks Kugli»h and
French: highest references. Druggist, ;J49
Wabashs st.
PRINTfSK— First-class all-round printer
wants situation in conutry office; edi
torial experience; best references. Address
Printer, 11 Eas: Third st, St I'-aul.
SITUATION wanted by n mail who is will-
O ing to do any kind of work, either in or
out or city. Call or address D. M., 448 St.
Peter st . city.
SAI.KSMKN, salary or commission, to
introduce oar goods to the trade. Per
manent position, staple line; fast sellers;
oix profits; pleasant work. Address with
staiiip. King Mfg. Co.. D 50, Chicago.
fpi ins l'K!:s- Two good German boys
-I want situation us teamsters oreoacb
men. John Mckaru 460 St. Petei st.
IITATCHMAKKK wanted at 116 East
* ♦ Seventh st. L. 8. Weiler.
UrouK VOX BOAKU—Wanted, by a
young man. any kind of work for
board and be allowed to attend schooL J.
H., 6U Eudlcott Building.
\1 OhK K»ii BOABD-Boy I'J years old
» » would like to work for board and at
teud school; underetands the tare of horses;
can furuisb best of reference from former
employer. A. B. X , :j'.»i Bast Jessamine.
YOUNG MAN wants work about the
1- hor.se. Call or nd.lress ;t:i-.i forest st.
I,«ST A!¥l> FOtl.^n.
BELL LOST— bo.id bell made of same
metal as Columbian Liberty bell: name
and date July 4, 1770, engraved thereon.
Finder please return to Ulobe office and re
ceive liberal reward.
OVKRCOAT LOST—Coontikin overcoat,
between west end of cable line and St.
Albniis barn. Finder please return to 0»
F.hsi Third st. and receive liberal rev.wd.
R>».-.AKV Fat Nl>—White bead rosary on
• Cedar St., Sunday, Nov. 25. 161)4: owner
can have same by calling at Globe office.
Bl ("il!%3:ss CHAIfCE».
MIBICAI. FAKCt-COMKDY for sale
or lease on royalty; over tl,ooo worth
of special pictorial lithograph work on hand.
Highest indorsements from managers and
the press. Address Farce-Comedy, .'Jox
Minneapolis.
iYTOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS
1* ore Sale—A mortgage was dated, ex
ecuted and delivered on the.'.Mh day of Feb
ruary, lsß9, by Martin Mathisen, unmarried,
as mortgagor, to William F. Peel, as mort
gagee, which said mortgage was duly re
corded in the office of the Register of Deeds
of Ramsey County. Minnesota, on the :>th
day ol February, 1889, nt 11 o'clock and 40
minutes a. m., in Hook 1203 of .Mortgages, at
page 222.
Subsequently, to wit, on the Isth day of
March, A. D. lSb'J, the said mortgage "was
duly assigned by the said William F. Peet to
Elizabeth C'uruminzs. by an instrument in
writing, which said instrument of assign
ment was duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of said County, on the 15th
day of. March, A. D. lr>s;>, at 5 o'clock p. in.,
in Book 28 of Assignment*, at page 146.
Subsequently, to wit, on the l^th day of
February, ISM, the said Elizabeth CumminßS
having died testate, and a resident of
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, letters testa
mentary were duly issued by the Register for
Probate of Wills and granting letters of ad
niiir.suauon of said Dauphin County, Penn
sylvania, to James Hagau. a duly "certified
copy of which said letters testamentary was
recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds of said Ramsey County, Minnesota, on
the r~'th day of .November, 1594. at 2 o'clock
and 30 minutes p. m., in Book 34 of Miscel
laneous, at page 268.
Default has been made in ;the conditions,
agreements and covenants of «said mortgage,
and there is claimed to be due, and is due,
the subscriber, at the date of this notice,
upon the said mortgage, the sum of one
thousand and fifty dollars and fifty-six cents.
Now. therefore, Notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, and of the statute in such
case made and provided, «aid mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged prem
ises described therein and hereinafter de
scribed, to satisfy the amount which shall at
the date of said sale bo due on said mortgage,
together with the costs and expenses of said
sale as allowed by law, the taxes, if any. >mid
by the subscriber,and the further sum of Fif
ty dollars ($ 0.00) as an attorney's fee, which
is acreed in said mortgage to be paid in case
of foreclosure. Said sale will be made at the
Fourth Street entrance to the Court House
and City Hall, in the City of St. Paul, Ilamoey
County, Jtfiuuesotn. on Thursday, tie l!7th
day of December, 1804, at ten o'clock in Hie
forenoon of said day, by the Sheriff of said
"Ramsey County, at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash.
The premises described in said mortgage
and so to be sold are situated lv the County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are
known and described as follows:
Lot numbered twenty-five (25) in Block
numbered four (4). of Gray's Addition to
McKenty'a Out Lots to Saint Paul, according
to the recorded plat thereof on file in the
office of the Register of Deeds in and for said
County of Ramsey.
Dated Nov. 14, 1801.
JAMES HAOAIT.
As Executor of the Estate of Elizabeth Cum
mings. Deceased, Assigue* of Mortgagee
Ambrose TiaiiK,
Attorney for Executor of Assignee of Mort
gagee, Globe Building, st Paul, Mian.
MllillO^S \% %* 18 |»
l'*')ll:(!«-.
BOOKKUKPKR — Position wanted by
lady as bookkeeper, cashier or office
work of any kind; best city references. -'7i>
lull I st:
pASHJKK--Young ;• ir 1 desires position us
v. cashier, cai; also do bookktepiug and
typewriting, in m. Paul or MiuuaaooiU. Ad
dress 8 !!>. (;lol>e.
/n.'.Kiv a trustworthy young lady would
v like half-da) position either elerkime or
riHoulcoassistant; uiiden>taads typewriting.
('nil or address 2393 Bxjriess ay.. efi> .
t iLKKK-A young geirl would like a posi
v tion as clerk in a smnli siore. 71S Bat
leruul ay.
/ -Kxperieueed cook would like situ
ation. Call VIS West. Indiana ay.. West
St. Paul.
Cl»«>K— Wanted, by a colored girl, n place
V- to cook—boarding house or private fam
ily. !.•>! West Third st., ni» stairs.
CM)Mt'AMO\- Vi.imii; lady desires posi-
Vy lion as companion; is willlitfc to do
writing or lieht work mornings In exchange
for board and room. Call or address F £9)
-Mount Ida.
i 'U>ai£'o.'lToi;-Ladv wishes .situation
v^ as compositor; references furnished.
Address N :.'i, Globe.
DBKSSMAKrNG-A youns widow would
like to do dressmakint; or piaiu sewiu«
Address Mrs. MasUl. 41) Wew N'iiuh st
I \i;r;ssMAKKU wants sewing in fanii-
U lies. Call or address G3I Canada sj.
DUKS.<.>I/\iihK- An experienced dress
miiKi'i wants sewiisc by the day iv fam
iliea. Call or address .15 Etondo st.
HOlTSKKEEJ*JßU_Wsnted,<candiuavian
housekeeper to take can of house and
children. Call ;;S7 Siblcy st.
HOlKskk !-KI Ktt—Refined German lady
would like to take care ot a household;
is musical: references exchanged. Address
8. !£., 58i Fuller st.
MOIJSKWUKK—PIace to do booseworfc.
t-l hotel work, laundry or any kind of
work. 842 Kagle s>t.
HUUSKWOKK - Younji Geraaa girl
wants place to do bonsevrorK; small
family. 78 West Tenth.
HuVsKWOUK-A glri would like .. place
to do housework. Cail or address 345
bheriuan st.
l| OUsKWOBK—Ayoaug tady (English)
1 i wants situation (<» do general housework
in small family; can sew; comfortable place
■ore an object. M. U.. 471 Partridseat.
HOUSKKKKriiU — A Idle-aged lady
wishes situation as housekeeper; is
good sewer and first-class cook ; can give best
of city reference. Call ".SI West Indiana ay.
H«iU«KffOKK-A young widow would
like a good place for general house
work; best of references given; wages not
less than $15. Call or address 45? Univer
sity v.
H<HISKKKKI'*ia-A position as house
keeper, by a niidQie-ai;ed lady: city or
country. Address tj 141. Globe.
LAIiMJKKSs — a first-claf-s laundress
would like rough-dry washing to do at
liL>uie; good work guaranteed; clothes called
for and delivered. Address Laundress, 458
Bast Sixth si. . ...
SEAMSTRESS— a uirl wants a position to
do sewing and assist iv light Housework;
is r good seamstress. Address i'M Minneuaha
st east, city. - - •■
Sit k»>L> oiiiL — A young girl would
like, a position as second girl in.a famuli
family: bus had experience. 7.">( i Stuart ay.
SE WlN<;—Wanted/tewing in families by
dressmaker who is thoroughly compe
tent; will make you stylish and perfect-fit
ting garments at your home very cheap to
introduce my work, or will take the work
home if preferred; satisfactory work or no
pay. m ik Globe. * \i
SITUATION wanted by cook; also second
.jiil and German girl 1W houaework.
JG Setby ay. .
Si : SH-.iwwil. a — .\ competent lady
stenographer would like a half-da] po
sition; understands law aud mercantile
work; copying done. 60 Uermania Life,
Fourth and Minnesota Ms.
IXTANTaCB —M«n to travel; position fer
»♦ manent; salary and commission; fast
selling specialties: njiriiy n«.\v. l^uke Broth
era '■ (i.. Nuoerymep. Chicago.
UfASiIIKHOMAN- A Strong woman
wants washing or cooking or any kind
oi days' work. 233 Kast beventh, corner
K'acoutn, Boom l&
HrASII»N<; and ironing. 49 West Ninth
st.
117 ASHlNG— Wanted, washing to take at
W home. Call at 228 Rondo st.
\\T ashix;:-Woiiman Roesout trashing,
• » ironing and bousecleaning. Inquire
at kitchen of restaurant. No. 511 bt Peter it.
1:OAISI» OFI'EUEIK
CfOAKD — Lyons Court — Special family
JJ rates; steam neat and modern. Sibley
st.. between Ninth and Tenth.
BOARD — Boarding and room at M £ast
Eleventh st.
BOAKI>— Pleasant rooms, with boa.d.
Bast Tenth, opposite Capitol.
ifcrl"»ilK BtlKKtv"—Pleasant rooms, with
X bortrd; centrally located for business
people. 10i College ay., corner sixth.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—District Court, Second Judi
cial District.
Henry Benedict, plaintiff, vs. C. E. Heidel
and August Jlcidei, partners as C. E. Bel
del A Company, defendants.
Notice is hereby Riven, that under and
by virtue of an execution issued oat
of said court in the above-entitled action,
dated September 24th. 1594. and to me
delivered, with instructions to enforce the
same. I have, levied upon all the interest
which August ileidel had in the Hereinafter
described real property on the 24th day of
November. 1893, on which said date last
named said real property was by me attached
in said action under and by virtue of a writ
of attachment issued therein, and dated
November '-'4. 180J, and that I shall on Fri
day, the 7th day of December, 1804. at ten
o'clock a. m. a ac the Fourth street entrance
to the Court House and City Hall in the City
of St. Paul, Ramsey County. Minnesota, sell
at public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, all the interest which the said August
lleiilel bad in said real- property at the date
of the levy of said writ of attachment,to wit.
the 24th day of November, IMW,or at any date
thereafter, to satisfy the judgment entered in
said action in favor ot the plaintiff and
against the defendants, amounting on the
2Mb day of .May, 1304, to $8,358.11, and the
costs and expenses of the sale.
The real property so levied on is known
and described as follows:
All that part of block 13, Lyman Dayton's
Addition to St. Paul, Minnesota, described
as follows, viz.: Commencing at northwest
erly corner of Sixth street and Bates avenue,
thence northwesterly along the southwest
erly line of said Bate* avenue feet;
thence southwesterly on a line parallel with
the northwesterly line of said Sixth street 120
feet: thence southeasterly on a line parallel
with said southwesterly line of said Bates
avenue 2271* feet to the northwesterly line of
sixth street: thence northeasterly along
said northwesterly line of said sixth street
130 feet to the place of beginning, iv the
County of Kamsey and State of Minnesota;
and tin- same will be Bold then and there as
aforesaid, if necessary, to satisfy said judg
ment, except the following-described por
tion thereot:
All that part of block thirteen (13)' of
Lynian Dayton's Addition to St. Paul, Ram
sey County. Minnesota, btgiuulug hi anid
northwest corner of bates aveaue and Sixth
street, running thence northwesterly along
the southwesterly lint of said Bates avenue
61 feet, thence southwesterly on a line "par
allel with the northwesterly line of «aid Sixth
street 12u feet; thence southeasterly on Hue
parallel with said south westerly Hue of gild
Bates avenue.M feet to the northwesterly line
of said Sixth street; thence northeasterly
along said northwesterly Hue of said HixtU
street 180 feet to place of beginning, which 1
have oil to the said defendant, August
lleidt-l, under authority on me conferred by
statute In response to bis claim of homestead
exemption in said nremlsei.
- CHARLES B. CHAPEL,
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minuasota.
Dated October J4tU, 18»4.
AmiHosa Ti«m«. Plaintiff' s Att«ras#.
l*<» 2£ BEAT.
lIOUM f.
IV'^ c. 81. wruiii:f,i.
t. L-'V Tin- ISeutnl *fr«'iit.
(flukes a &]><'cinlty «»!' iteiitiuv:
1 fi Property.
__»O«» SlanhHUnii Biiilrifu K .
J. W. iS£i«|»sir<l, <»i Ksist 4lli St.
R'.N'.s lionsK-, STORK 4, me .<:s,
1-V nets ok owners' aßOiit. collect* rents;
ht»-aiii-lientod apnrlineuu lor S-V, $.•£», i>-; i mul
V : reduced rental.
Houses.
n'AYI.O.'i'S KKNTING A(iKNC) —
-I OLOBK BUILDING — «»1 RENT
IIOISKS. BTOKKS. OFFICES. TAKK
UilAltCiKOtf UKNTKI) PUOI'EKTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. _j^
Flue*. ~
AT of seven rooms, first Root; modern
A )m|>roveiiieiiis. storm windows 170 West
Ninth. Apply In tear house.
Office*. '
SOMK of the best law offices la suites of
two and three rooms, and two tares single
front rooms on first and second floors, with
luge vaults, in the Uilfillau block. Prices
very low. .1. K. Hoffman.
Itooins.
A—HOTKK BRVSttWtCK, for RCHtle
• men only; fifty rcod«r'i steam-heated
rooms by day. week or mouth.
Ixa.KHAKT. NO. 81— Four nice rooms for
rent, ground floor; all improvements;
desirable in cverv respect; per month.
ROOM -For two young Indies, furnished
room, with ail modem improvements,
on groiiivJ floor; private family. Address X
21, Olobe.
ROOM— Newly furnished room, furnace
heat and bath; one block from capiiol;
reasonable. Address 1J IS, olobe.
Si. PttTKH st.. On—Between Sammit
and Igk-hart—Newly furnished room,
with board; modem; use of parlors and
piano.
\\? ABASHA BT., 623%— Corner Tenth St.
*» —Furnished rooms for rent; rooms
kept warm ; place aalet-.
I»KBBSO»Af.S.
A. A. A. A.A. A. A. A.A. A.
—-PtlOFj I. ITT; N. the wcll-knowi. clair
voyant of New Orieans. 5^6 Cedar st. Ladies.
50c; gents, $1.
ALWAYS- Madame reits
. worth; prices reduced SI) cents; thirty
yenrs" experience. 13 Eighth mi.
A lit: . <»U IK 'flioUßLfc? Coiisult
Madame Ina Walker, "life reader," for
fnithfui rending of your pant, present and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
lifa-'lty a power higher than human; corre
.•spondeiice confidential: ladies. 50 cents;
gentlemen, 81. 5U5 Wabasha st., opposite
cajuitol. * '* . ..
M4DAM ST. JOHNS, clairvoyant. Btaff
l»A netic healer, tells past, ti'resem and
future 130 West Fourth st.
MH». UK. KfcAKDON— Masvige.eiecuic
'* vapor baths. Over Yerxa's, 34 East
tieventli, Kooui 304; i) to D, Sundays in
cluded.
[V] KS KATK lIOSKSNS. 149% West Sixth
•111 st.; trance medium and magnetic
henler. St. Paul.
M-KS. LOIUSK NKITMANN—
rade and theatrical masks, wigs, beards
anJ paint. 58 East seventh si.
ra/HKSj,; i'» . A; <• > J-vS.,I) jiAKivA:,iJO
i.*i \Vabash* St.—Magnetic and .nassage
rtreatment lor paralytic, rheum atibin and
nervous diseases: bn'.li* > am to ; p.ia
|\/|i»» »i:Li.N DjO Vr.AKK. mnnienring
I».L andmaMase; satisfaction guaranteed.
No. "J7 i'iist seventh st.
(l/l i£S. LKWIS, experienced massa^ist;
j.»A hoursiu to io daily. \X> Kiist beventh,
Rooms :!> and 30.
UTAH 1K!)-To know the whereabouts of
»» . Rosalia Krawczak, wife of George
Krawczak,\who was last seen on Western ay.,
Corner Edmund st.. Oct. a.». Auy informa
tion will be thankfully received and inform
er .rewarded by George Knuvczak, 257 Ed
mund st.
*j*lf\ KAST SEVENTH ST. — Expert
A**i\J Massage. Magnetic and Alcohol
Baths. Anna of Chicago.
JLUCOITSTAKTS
H>S. Tl£t(Pl<i£ — Public Accountant and
• Auditor, Gcrmaniti Life lildir.. st.Paul.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IN
the conditions of a certain indenture of
mortgage mace by John M. Bobmann and
Louise Bobmann. his wife, mortgagors, to
Elizabeth Dunlington, mortgagee, dated July
Ist, ifh.-., and tiled for record and recorded in
the otlice of the Register of Deeds in and tor
the County of Ramsey and State of Minne
sota, on the Jlst day of July. 188"), at 4:15
o'clock p. in., In Book S4 of mortgages, on
page £01: And. whereas said Elizabeth
Huntlngtonis now deceased.and letters testa
mentary on the estate of said Elizabeth Ilunt
ingion, deceased, have been duly issued to
William D. Harbour, Norman Harbour and
Thomas J. Harbour, executors, and authenti
cated copies of fca'id tetters testa menturv were
on the titli day of July, ISIM. duly recorded in
the office of said Register of Deeds, in Hook
27 of Miscellaneous Recorfls, on paße GOT;
And. whereas said mortgage was by the said
executors duly assigned to Elizabeth Dorler
by an instrument ia writing, bearing date of
December lllh, 1801, and filed for record and
duly recorded in the office of said Register of
Deeds on the Isth;day of December, 1891,
at 10:oO o'clock a. m., in Book 31 of Assign
ments, on page 5H'»; And. whereas there is
claimed • to be due and paj able, and
there Is due aud payable on said mortgage
indebtedness, at the date of this notice,'
the sum of eight hundred two and 68-100
(Bi'^.tißi dollars, and no proceedings or action
at law or otherwise having been Instituted, to
recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or
any part thereof;
Mow, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale in" sail mort
gage contained, and the statute in such case
.made ana provided, tne said mortgage wilt
be*'foreclosed by a sale of the premises
therein described, namely: Lot numbered
twenty-seven (27), of Brown's subdivision of
i btook numbered tour (4), ot stinsou. Brown
!&,J{Hmsey: s addition to St. Paul, according
the recorded plat thereof on Ale in the
.".p<£3ce of the Register of Deeds in and for
said Jiamsey County, Minnesota, together*
•with all the hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belouging.at pnbilcauctiou
to iie highest bidder for cash, on Thursday'
, *he «?th day of December, 1894, at 10 o'clock
hi the forenoon of said day. at the Cedar
.'stjc'ept entrance to the Ramsey County court
hoi ist", in the City of St. Paul, County ot
• Raririsev and State of Minnesota, to satisfy
■ (lie amount that will then be due on said
laioiigcge debt, and the sum of fifty dollars
is-ttoraey's fee*, stipulated to be paid in case
r of.ijie foreclosure of said mortgage, together
with the coats and disbursements allowed by
! law.
I 1: (Dated Not. 14lh. 1894.
liT , ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH
,89SlUv (formerly Elizabeth Dorler),
]a , j" f , Assignee of Mortgage.
{;Ti:iNOEf. & Setmoub.
Attorneys for Assignee, St. Paul. Minn.
ORDER TOB BSARIIfG PKTITIOX FOR
Lettern of Administration—State of Mln
neeota, County ef Uamsoy—ss. Probate
t'oiiit
In the Matter of the Estate of Paul Lamottc,
deceased.
. On reading mid filing the petition of Louise
M< hr. of Haul county, lepresenrlug that Paul
Lamotie has lately died intonate, a resident
and inhabitant of the County of Ramsey and
state of Minnesota, leaving: goods, chattel*,
and estate within this county, and praying
iin.t administration of »aid estate be to John
B. TruUeau granted:
It is ordered, That »aid petition be heard at
a special t*rm of this court, to he held at the
Court House, in the City of fit. P«kl, in said
county, on Thursday, the «th day of De
cember, t>U4. Nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
ami that notice of such bowing be jjlvuu to
all peisout interested, by publishing this
order hi lenst once in each >veek for three
successive weeks prior to said day of bear
ing. In St. Paul Daily Gi.obi. a daily news
paper printed and published in said county.
Dated at St. Paul this 12th day of Novem
ber. 1801.
By the Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER,
(*»M Judge of Probate.
AUCTION Sil.|>
lHiNvellaiieous.
AUCTION A LlC—The Great Watch; Dia
mnnd and Jewelry sale at A. 8. Welter's
jewelry store. :.':; Baal seventh street, will
continue for one week longer. Last chance
for the great bargains in Watches, Diamonds
ami Silverware. All persons attending :«ic
will receive a free ticket to the watch draw
inn. A gold watch given away every even
ing. Hales at 3:30 and 7:80 p. m. A S. Welter,
Jeweler. 23 hast Seventh st., St. Paul.
HUKKKM AY AUCTION every Tuesday
and Saturday at Ip.m.; private snlctt
daily. Mlnuesoia Horse Auction and dim
mission stables, llti Fifth si. south, MitUM
apolis. Winslow a Zimmerman, proprietors
FINANCIAL.
BANK STviCii.« a»peclally; fconds. com
mercial paper, mortgages, acctiruiun
bought and sold. George W. Jenk», invest
ment Bauker. JUirme»<:(a Loan ami Trust
BuildlitXi Minneapolis.
!y|o.Ni-.Y ON HAND to loan on City prop
LTi crty anil farms; lowest rates; uoilelny.
W. ¥. Moritz, lv.i Pioneer Press.
Joiei: or tonght L P. Van Normau
Cl '.uiumiiv ]„!»n HiitldiiiK. V inneHiiotl*
«JJ? F}(\ TO $>00 short-time ionns procured
'Jp*J\J on personal properly. Ohio lmest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building.
lIORSK!SAr«» <'AEC3£I.4(>I-:V
l"-l and Commission stables, 116 Fifth st.
south, Minneapolis. hold auction sales
every Tuesday and Saturday at 1 p.m.;
private sales daily. \\& have f rom 90 to 100
horses constantly on hand, consisting of
draught horses*, farm mares, driveis and gen
eral purpose- horses. VVinsiow & Zinimer
mau. Proprietors.
FOR SAILS.
JUI'ITKK KEMtOIEH are sold by al
druggists.
MAGIC LANTKBN AND STKKEUP
ticon outfits for sale cheap: new and
second-hand instruments and slides bought,
sold and exchanged. Richards & Birch, '.W
Nicoilet ay.. Minneapolis.
OTOVKS- Large sheet itoa, wood.S cast-
Oiron one. cost $7, for §«•• Sts rot to si.
Sl'i'.ClAl^ SALK of second-hand stoves
and carpels at Ryan Furniture and lix
change Company, It:.' and 144 seventh st.
i>\i; works.
ASK tnroush the Globe's Guaranteed
Wauls, and it will lie Riven. An ad on
ihi:-. page will bring result*, or your- money
will be returned lo yon.
LKAVK your ••Want" with 'he nearest
(4iobe aa;ent. See list on this pat;e.
i^Aili.i.nT & HINTi-Ji. — Minnesota
IV Steam Dre Works. 244 East Seventh.
TIPE-:WUiTi:KK.
KMINOTIiK TYP«WBITKKS — Al
i-V ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best ana always have ihe latest im
arovcinenU. Typewriter paper and mpplies
of all binds. Machines for rent. WyckolT
Seaman* «Si Benedict, m Kast Fourth at
l>ESKNS.t£A9il^<f;.
MiivS. CUKTiS has .returned from the
■ East. Ladies desiring dainty waists
and perfect-fitting, stylish gowns will Bud it
to their interest to call at 107 Colonnade
Building.
TO EXCHAKCiE.
[VTKW goodsforsec'd-hind.Ryan Furniture
I^l and Exchange Co.. UJandlHE. Jlti s
WHEREAS, DEFAULT II AS BEHN
» » made in certain conditions of a mort
gage in writing and under seal, whereby the
uower of sale contained in said mortgage has
become operative, which mortgage bears date
September Kin, 1889, and was executed by
Caspar Oehrlein and Catherine Oehnein, bis
wife, to William Rlnck, u> secure the pay
ment of $1,5C0.C0 and interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum, the principal and
interest or winch is long since past one-:
which mortgage was duly recorded in the
. office of the Register of Deeds of Ramsey
County. Minnesota, in book Is<j of Mortgages,
'on page 618. on September 28th, lj^'i);
and whereas said Mortgage was
by the said William Itinck, bj
written instrument bearing date August 27ih,
I&J\ and recorded in iheotlice of raid Regis
ter of Deeds on Octooer ad. 18iK>, in book iit
of Assignment*, on page 126. duly assigned,
with the indebtedness which the same was
given to socure, to ihe undesigned Anton
Miesen: and wheress.said Anton Miesen.by a
written instrument bearing date October 4ih,
ISO.;, and recorded in the office of said Uegis
terof Deeds on October (.th, IS9.\ in book 33
of Assignments, on page v,\ duly assigned
said mortgage to Peter Ji Miesen; and where
as.'Peter J. Miesen, by an instrument in writ
ing beating dale October 25th, 1S:» <. and re
corded in the office of said Register ot Deeds
on November nth, 1894, in book 3! of Assign
ments, on page 394, duly assigned said mort
gage to sHld Anton Miesen, who is now t&e
holder and owner thereof, together with the
indebtedness which the same was given to
secure; and. whereas no action or proceed
ing has been instituted at lan- to recover the
debt now remaining secured by said mort
gage, and there is how claimed to be due on
said mortgage sixteen hundred and thirtv
eight dollars and thirty-three cents, and the
undersigned assignee has paid at the date of
this notice $41 ls-iuu taxes en the property
described in said mortgage.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby givea that
said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of
the mortgaged premises therein described at
public vendue to the highest bidder Dy the
Sheriff of said county, at the Fourth street
door of the Court House, in the City of St
Paul, in said county, on the 3d day of Janu
ary. 1805, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, pay said sum of 500.00 with in
terest at the rate of eight per cent pet an
num from September :.'4th. IM)3, and said sum
of $41 18-100 taxes paid, as aforesaid, with in
terest thereon from the time or payment, and
the costs and disbursements as provided by
law incurred In the foreclosure of said mort
gage, and also the sum of seventy-five dollars
solicitor's fees for foreclosure of said mort
gage (said mortgagor baring coventnted in
■aid mortgage to pay the snm of one hundred
dollars as such solicitor's fees).
The premises so to be sold are situated in
said Ramsey County, and are described, and
described iv said mortgage as follows: All
thai part of the west one-half (W. i») of the
southwest quarter (S. \V U) of the northeast
quarter (N Ji. U) of section number seven
teen (17), township number twenty-nine (29),
range number twenty-two (US) west, in said
County and state, described as follows: o»
--ginning at a point on the north and south
center line of said section seventeen (17)
three hundred and thirty (a3O) feet north of
•the center of ssid secUon,and running thence
east six hundred and sixty (6dO) feet to the
east line of (-aid west one-half (\V.i<>) of said
southwest quarter (s. w. i*i of the northeast
quarter (N.JL%)of saM section: thence north
along said last-mentioned line three hundred
and ninety-six (388) feet: thence west six
hundred and sixty (660) feet to the north
and south center line ol said section: thence
south along said center line of said section
three hundred and ninety-six (Wtl) feet to
the place of beginning; containing (0) six
acres of land, more or less.
Also, beginning at the northeast corner of
th« piece hereinabove described and con
veyed (being a point on the east line or said
west one-half (\V. i*) of said southwest
quarter (S. W. Vi) of the northeast quarter
(N. K. V»>of said section seventeen (IT),
seven hundred and twenty-six (720) feet
north of the east ami west center line of said
section, and running thence north along said
east lino of said west half (W. Va) of said
southwest quarter (>. W. Vi) of the north
eai-.t quarter (N. E. U) of said section. Or
hundred and ninety-four (534) feet, to the
north line of said southwest quarter (S. W.
W> of the northeast quarter (N. E. W)of
said section; thence west, along said last
mentioned line one hundred and forty-nix
ami sixty six hundredth^ {149. 6<i) feet:
thence south, parallel with said cast line of
said west half (\\ . of said southwest
quarter (S. W. l*> of the northeast quarter i
(N. K. m of said section seventeen (17), live
hundred ami ninety-four (5D4) feet; thence
e:ut one hundred and forty-six aud sixty-six
bundredths (146.66) feet to the place or be
ginning: containing two (2) acres of land,
more or less. •
Dated November 19th, 1394.
ANTON MIESEN. "*;:
Assigned of Mortgagee.
Jno. H Iras, Attorney for Assignee of Mort
gagee.
BAUTA CIJAUS NI»AI\
§ BECAUSE ITS THE SEST. PUREST § MOST ECONOMICAL
SOLD EVIRYWHERE
V THE K.K.FAIRBAHK GOMFAHY. Chicago.
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Til 11. ,
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THIS IS A FAIR SPECIMEN OF HIS
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rhyme. l£s*aggn to crack
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"Itis a wonderfully attractive book. The stories are as
funny as can be, and the pictures are just so cunning the
| children will be HALF-CRAZY with DELIGHT when they
get it."—Mid-Continent.
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in picturing BEASTS, BIRDS, GIANTS, GOBLINS, etc., etc.,
as human beings up to every conceivable pleasure or mischief.
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