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.* II V.'first Ac*, ere (c nt a wo;d each Inser-
I'rr. Nothii g 'ess lhaii 15 cents. Adver
i:»n ei!!c frcin i i:t-cf-town tent any day by
a ati to the Cluck, accompanied by remit
tirte at stove rcte. will Le invariably iii
»i i ttc tl.e loiiov. .i.p luorxiing.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/ I the Kollr.iv!njs locations for
Insertion In l>ai!y and buiKtay
t>lobe, at tho name RAtes as
Charged by the Main Office:
AULINIiTON HILLS.
t R. Marelius Drugstore
( UJ{. BEDFORD AND DKCATUK.
YJurgeson ....Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND REANEY ST,
jo. &C. A. Schumacher Drug Store
1541-AY*.E AVENUE.
A.Kcrmann Grocery Stor
tCB. BUISIJ AMi MINNEHAHA.
%% SON'S BUFF.
lever Westby Drug Store |
17: THIRD STREET.
3. C. Yauder Die.lee Crfhm & Confectionery
Hi EAST bEVENTH ST.
ICAHUNB.
IHnllne Pharmacy Drugstore
VIU &NELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
JotephArgay Drugs re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
i:. D. Merrill Newsstand
4 4:i BROADWAY.
■ KRBim PAHK.
A. L. Woclf-cy .Drugstore
fcT. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
ST. ANTHONY II LI,.
V.A.Frost &cp Drugstore
irJ.LJ V AND WESTERN A Vs.
Straight Bios Drugstore
EONLO AND GROTTO STS.
I. A. Campbell Drugstore
-::. RONDO STREET.
C.A. L*°'-' Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
/.I Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
F.McCraddcii Confectioner
4U RICE STREET.
IMON PAKK.
(.A. Jlor.cbow Cigars and Tobacco j
IMVERSn V AND PRIOR AYS.
i rv yen town.
Tn. Reeves Drugstore
3:cui;e block, seven corners.
C.T. Heller Colonnade Drugstore
fcT. PJfc.l J.ii aiiU TENTH STS.
B-J-WJtte Drugstore
: to MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
W-r-LflVo ■ Drugstore
I ( BERT AND IV, ELI-Til STREETS.
K.T. Kincott*C'o Drag Store
(.OR. RICE AND IGLEIIART.
\\ EfeT SKI Elm STKKET.
/..4.G. A. Schumacher Drugstore
ii'j V EST SEVENTH ST.
3 .y;i:iiilfr.:7..: DrugSto
(. OH. JACKS' AND WEST SEVENTH.
WEST SI OK.
3 Le Eclipse Dn:R Store..
}-. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AY. "
l.T.Duuu Cigar and Newsstand
42! S. ROBERT STREET.
K*o»&cMarll Drugstore
!r. V. AISASHA A ND I*AIRFIELD AY.
6.De»e s Barber Shop
'--IK. 1-A lit FIELD AY.
l core! Street Prescription Drug Store
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
\.r. Hall ; Drugstore
CORNER S. ft'ABA&HA AND ISABEL. '
AXXOITIVCEItIEJVrs:
/ \M.Y IMi I.I.UiKNt VIIVI'K.Is
v' in«j pays. The Advertiser's Bargain
Book containing full information on circu
lation and rates ot all leading dailies, week
lies, magazines, agricultural Hud religious
papers and many interesting combinations
•iiul suggestions bow to succeed by advertis
ing, sent to any address for 10 cents. The
most valuable book of this kind. Address
International Newspaper Advertising
Agency. IW Dearborn st.. Chicago. 111.
Mii.tno^s of fi:isi:i».
MmI««.
A Oh VI s wanted to canvass the Counties
in which hoy live: under our new plan
they can earn from §.'."> to ?15> per month;
write lot particular*. Only tl;o»a who are
willina to make ■ house to house canvass in
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. From §.'> to
Sl*> per day easily made. No capital re
ouired. Address by mail only, 1) 4. care of
the ijiobe.
AGIO NTS iii every state siilmv and com
mission. Agents making $£>io*">v weekly.
Kuretva Chemical it Mfg. Co.. Lacrosse. \\ is.
4 —Wanted, agents for Bankers'
J\ Life Association, St. Paul. Minn. ; strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable j>oMtlo:i
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
Write for avrency.
A<JENTs wanted to sell sewing ma
chines in stillwnter and viciuiiy; Rood
wages and steady employment to those fur
riUhing reference. Address Fred, UJT South
Third St., Stiilwater, Minn.
BLACKSMITH— A rirst-ciuss blacksmith;
one that can do forging Cera machine
shop and Uo repairing on weli-drilling tools;
would like references, (.iillett's Iron Wortcs,
Lake * ity. Minn.
CIAKRIKB BOY wanted this morning;
* come .|iiick. No. 7 Bast Third.
TAll.o It—Wanted, at once, fashionabla
tailor at l.c Stieur, Minn. K. Hesse.
WANT A MAN who pan sell soft
> ♦ coal in car lots and take charge of our
st. Paul cilice. He must be able to aive
bond or make cash deposit. Address Old
Pittsburgh' Coal Company, 10 Flour Ex
change. Minneapolis.
l-'emuite.
» GKM's wanted to canvass the couuties
**. in which they live; under our new plan
they caneaun from S*s to £150 per month:
write fur particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country and town* are wanted. I.ndiei
pan do the work as well as men. Prom $"' to
tin per day easily made. No capital re
quited. Address by mail only. D 4, care of
GlObo.
DIMM. ItOOM (ilHL— Wanted, a din
iiiß room sir!. Call 4t>4 Jackson.
HOUSKWOKK.— Gtrl wanted for general
housework. 5 1. 1 West Fourth •
ITKSO\AI,S.
A 1..V1»\ of rerlnoincut wishes the ac
jT\ quaintance of honorable nuddie-ased
gentleman. Address 14, Ulobe.
ALWAYS KKLIABLK-Madame l'eits
worth; prices reduced 5J cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
IIAUAHST. 4OUSS, clalrvoynut and
I*l magnetic healer; readings, '25 aua 59
coiits if') West Fourth st.
JIIISM KASFJUX-M assnge and alcohol
i.TI baths; open daily and evenings. £M
Wabafcha. room 15.
!\1 !;*. i.KWls—Experienced massagist;
ITI hours Id to 10 daily. X> Kast Seventh,
Hcoms ::\i and SO.
MUNI. DX. KKARDON—3I vapor and
ontli, Room -i'M— Mas^ase. vapor and
electric baths; I) to i) p. m., including Sun
days.
i\| iis, LOUISfc XXI 1 MANN — Masque
i-»l rftdeaud theatrical masks, wizs, beards
aud rrease paint. 50 fcnst seventh st.
<1j US Ml A. (iIsSKVi BAKKALOO
i.t-1 t2lWabrtsha St.—Wasnetic and .uassasje
treatment for paralytic, rheum cud
jiervoiin diseases: ais>brt:ii* 1 a.in to 1 cm
\\ U-. A 1.1. X AUSTIN — Clairvoyant;
iTL card readings, 35cents. Va West Ei
chauge St.. near U'nbnsha.
THK Giil-ATKHT CLAIRVOYANT of
the age. the young Made.mo KouiHine, is
in this city, and can be consulted on nil
affairs of life; her predictions never fail;
she makes a success where others fail; cor
rect stdviee on business, matrimonial and all
family affairs: brings the separated together;
causes happy marriage with the one you
love; future plainly revealed ; lovers united;
troubles healed; those in trouble should not
fail to call and be convinced on the above
statements; business strictly confidential;
letters containing stamp promptly answered;
hours 9to 0. Address or Cull 543 Jackson St.,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
*)'J(' KABT SKVKNTH ST. — Expert
*->»j\j massage. Magnetic and alcohol
Ijh(1)3. Anna of Chicago.
rose sajle.
CJI RJsi ',;A>< rRKKS for sale; buy your
Chiistmrt3 trees at the coiner of fceveiHh
and M. Peter sts., city market.
EARDROPS— For saie. elecnnt y>air dia
mand eardrops, cost $140, for $N5; dia
mond ring, stud and solid gold watch for
feited on loans. Capital Loan Company,
Room '-".'. Bchutte Block.
SPECIAL, SAL.X of second-haud stoves
siid carpets at Byau Furniture aud Ex
change L'ompaur, U'~ and 144 seventh st.
CHRISTMAS TUKKS for sale at a r,ar
gain direct from car, at boo Line freight
depot, East Fourth st.
PIANO— Good upright piano cheap; also
tine onk case sewing machine. Capital
Loan i ompany, 22 Schuttc block.
OTEBKOVncos and macic lantern out
l- fits for illustrating lectures, exhibitions
and street advertising: complete outfits at
about half manufacturer's price: 1,51KJ plain
and colored slides in lots to suit; new and
second-hand outfits bought, Bold atid ex
changed. Richards & Birch, 200 Nicollct
Minneapolis. Minn.
KOAIiI> »FFr:;'.K!).
BOAKt>— Very desirable steam heated
rooms with board. 151 ifummiiav., op
tiosile Sixth si.
BOA KO —Newly furnished i>ar!or and al
cove, also single room, with board;
steam heat l'<tf College hv.
BOA Kit—Rooms with or without board;
all modern improvements. L'fl Summit
ay., beiween St. Peter and Walmsha.
H'THB MlNKK"—Pleasant rooms, with
JL board; centrally located for business
people. 161 ( oIIeKQ HV.. coniPr iiixtn.
business CHANCES.
FOR SALK—Tke best bakery and restau
rant in Little Falls; does a good busi
ness; reason! for soiling, sickness in family.
For full information write or call Joseph
Wichalka, proprietor.
WK HATE a nice confectionery, sta
tionery and cigar store, good location,
for stile chfftp. Inquire 101 Kiisr rifth stC3
OVK KORItS.
ASK tnrougli the Globe's Guaranteed
Wnms. and it will tic given. An ad on
this page will bring result*, or your money
will be returned to you.
LKAVK your "Want" with the nearest
J Globe ftgent. See list on this page.
i/AHUKT A MINTiLL — Minnesota
IV Steam Dvo Works. 244 Bast Seventh.
FXJfAJSCIAI,
MOHKH I.OANUi „n life insurance pol
icies, or bought. L. I. Van Norman,
-JIWVi (Juaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis.
*>m.F\( )TO %•>'!*) short-titne loans procured
'?*J\J on personal property. Ohio Invest
ment Company, seventh lloor Globe Build
ing.
C'l¥lltO2*O£>Y.
CHIROPODIST — Good thing for Bore
feet. Good Luck Salve sure euro for
cbillbl&ink and all other from bites. If your
drugsist does not keep it, Eeu«i or call W. H.
Locicwaod. Chiropodist. 293 and 2tti Kudicott
Arcade building; i(so, s'jc and |1 box,
THE SAIN-T PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNTNO. DECEMBER 15. mi.
SITUATIONS WASTKU.
Male.
ACCOU N'T A NT— Wanted, one or two sets
x\ of books to write up nt any hours to
suit during the any. Address I* 95. Globe.
AI'I'KKNTK'.K- Situation wanted by a
young man of seventeen: would like to
learn a trade, or wotk of any kind; best tee
onnueurtatlon furnished. H. G. llase. Ul
Seventh .southeast, Minneapolis, Minn.
\l PKKNTfCK \ be? Dfteen years i.ld
w uid '.Ike m place in a printing office.
(.nil !Kt \\ esiern ay soulti.
Cash HOY—A toy of fourteen years
V. would like a job i.B cash boy. Address
A. A.. 4*o tioodhuc st.
/Mi;ci!.\Ks, Bamplem, etc.. bonestl; and
v^' intelligently distrlbuUrd; also, will do
mailing to selected namea. (; ■-', Globe.
Circuit— Young man, clerk, Kieuoarrapher
' nnd a fair bookkeeper, wants position
with Mine tirui when- attention to business
will assure permanent employment. M., 23
Court Mock.
COACHMAN— A young man, experienced
> coachman, wants situation;, can give
city reference*. Address G. Nelson. 1017
Kdwrion st.
D'KVi.KY MAN—Young man would
like a position on delivery wagon or
other work around store. Address A. B.
Plena. i£Ji Bay st.
Dlil'ii CLEKii-Wanted, position m a
drug store by n young man wtslting'to
study medicine; twelve years' experience
in general store; references furui&hed if
desired. Address A. F. Morgan, Pleasant
Valley, SVis.
Dm U I'l.HtK- Wanted by experienced
drug Clerk, an honorary graduate; or
would take position m book or stationery
store; good references given. Address J.W.,
Globe ofliee.
DHPUIIMCMT- Situation wanted by
■Ij young man^twecty-two years of age, not
afraid to work; will work 'for board. Ad
tfress Andrew Sandell, No. 2337 Ellis M., St.
Anthony lark.
EMPLOYMENT— Married man with wife
and one child wants work of any kind;
can make himself useful in any position;
will accept first offer. 151 Coucotd st.
EJII'I.OYMENT- A young man wants
work of any kind; best of references.
Address s. R., 125 Virginiaav.
EMPLOYMENT— WorK in or about store
or delivering; experienced; know the
city; will work cheap. BUS Sims st.
LLKCTKICIAM — Wanted, by practical
electrician .ot experience, a permanent
position: am also lirst-class engineer. OU,
Globe.
OFKICK WOKU— SiliiHlion wiuned by an
bouest aud temperate young nißii of
nineteen, as oflico or any other work offered
bin; am a good penman; can furnish refer
ences. Address No. :.'M6 Louis t>t., city.
OPFICB WORK— Situuiion wanted by a
young mati of nineteen years of age as
office or any Inside work; am"a good penman
and will do his best to please his employer;
can furnish good references. Address B. L.
V.. r.'Bti Louis st.. city.
PHARMACIST, registered In Minnesota
and North Dakota, seeks position; thor
oughly capable; highest references. Drug
gist. 349 W abash a st.
JANITOR— Wanted, a position as janitor
of a building or private office or bed
rooms. Address or csill at 'Jt'3 [JnivenUy ay.
SAL.KS4IAN — First-claw city salesman
O wants some!hiu<; to sell on salary or com
mistion. Aadre?s V 87, (.lobe.
ITIjTANTKO — for good heavy team and
» V Al man to work with wholesale house,
coal and wood yard or work in (lie woods for
winter. Please address or call at 409 White
hall st., city.
WOltK FOB IJOAIID-A poor younz
man wants to work for his boar.l and
go to school. Flense address A. J.. 041 Eudi
colt Building.
\Troiilv FOR BOARD—A young man
*V wants a place to work for his board
and atttend school. Adare&s F. J., 4jH?2
Michigan st.
Uf OBK — A. young man nineteen years of
» » ago would like a position of any kind;
Is well acquainted with city and has best of
references. Address E. X., 125 Virginia ay.
\\TO XX FOX BOARD-Wanted, a place
» V to work for board and attend school.
Address J. A. G., 3ft( Kosabel at., city.
IFORK-A boy, fourteen years, would
VV like work of any kind* Address E.
W., 427 Harrison ay.
WORK— Young man wants work of any
kind; will wont cheap. Address E.
N.,4'.)5 Banfilst.
Female.
AN A3IATKUK would like to travel with
an opera company; has had some ex
perience. C 7. Globe.
BOARD— A lady wants to board children
at her home; reasonable; call or address,
at 51 West Exchange, Larpenteur's Employ
ment Office.
COOK— First-class cook would like a situ
' ation in a private family. Apply X 17.
Globe.
COOK— A first-class cook wishes situation
In a private family; won't do Hiiything
but cooking; furnish bust city reference.
411 Jay St.
COOK— A first-class lady cook wants cook
ing by the day, or make dinners for re
cepUoos: first-class city reference. Address
M. W.. 405 Rice st.
COMPANION— A young lady would like
> position as camuauiou, or pleasant em
ployment of bomc sort. P l>. Globe.
DRESSMAKER desires a few more en
gagement! in families; perfect tit given;
references. Address Dressmaker, SOi East
Ninth st.
DKtSHMAItKK, first-ciasa references;
witling to work cheap thiough holidays.
Call or address Dressmaker, 'i'dO East Teuth
St.. city.
DKEssmakkk that CRn give perfect fit
J " and finish domres more engagements m
families; references, II 5, Globe.
DKKSBMAKKK- An experienced drnss
ruiikor want* sewnig by the day iv fam
ilies. Call or address 215 Hondo.
DKESSMAKKR— Cempetent dressmaker
wants work by the day, or wiil take it
home. <!:.'^ Norris at.
HOISKWOKK- Good German girlwnuts
place to do Kenerai housework. J. Kuh
land. 4r>B ;-t. Peter st.
HOLSKYVOKK — Young German girl
wants place to do housework; small
family. 7s West Tenth Bt.
rjOISKKKKPKK — A young Scandina-
O vian woman, with a one-year-old child,
would lice pobitiou as housekeeper. Call
522 Hradley st.
HOUSKRKKFKK- A refined young lady
would like a position as managing house
keeper. P9, Globe.
HOUfIKWOUK — Piacs to do general
housework ; can give references. Nellie
Trinbo, 408 Dayton ay.
HOIT*KK.KI<:f>EK— An elderly girl, who
has a year-old child, wishes to keep
house, or nseist in housekeeping, in or out
of city, for small wages c Call 13T East Ninth
street.
HOIISKRKI I'ER-A competent (Cath
olic) lady past thirty-five desires a
position as housekeeper (uoi for widower),
nurse or soina respectable work; city refer
ences. Address .1 l.\ Globe, Minneapolis.
I Ai;M)KESS-A girl wishes a position as
XJ first-class laundress: can give good ref
erence: no objection to leaving the city. Call
at j:i!) East Tenth st.
LAUNDKP.hS-A girl wishes a place as
LJ first-class laundress; can give good ref
erence; no objection leaving the city. Call
at 13!) East Tenth st.
NUKRE— An experienced nurse would like
a situation ; hus hnd experience lv al
kinds of nursing. Address 142 Hondo St.
Nil KSE—Young woman wishes position
1* to care for children. Address i'M Blair
street.
VJ DUSK—Experienced uurae will take any
i-i aick case at reasonable price. Address
'.t:»t; C'ortland si
NI) USE— Wanted, a position by a young
lady to work by the day at taking care
of children, and go boras at night, call or
address 453 Oakland rr.
SITUATIONS AVANTKI>
JV 111 Hi PS.
OOMTION wanted to do some kind of
«- work by ihe day; has some experience,
in clerking, and is a good, neat sower; will'
work for small wages. Cull or address Miss
Waihue. 373 Rice st . ltoom 3.
BTh.NO(iRAI'HKK — Competent sten
ographer wants work ; can do assistant
bookkeeping; will work fo' ■ reasonable
salary. M tJermnnia Life Building.
l,udy stenographer
*- desires a position; have experience, and
willing to use own typewriter. Address LB,
Globe.
AITKKSS— Wanted, work waiting din
»» ners or evening parties, by good col
ored woman. Address or call 18(5 East Sev
enth s4.
WAITKKSS— An experienced waitress
» » wishes situation in noiel or restaurant.
154 Concord st.
11/ AisIIKKWOJLAN — Woman wants j
* » washing and scrubbing by the day. 212
East Tenth st.
Y\7 ASHlNti—Wanted, washing to take at
W home. Call at £S0 Hondo st.
VyAMIIXO— a first-class washer and
» » ironer; a first-class sweeper and dust
er, or any kind of housework; in a private
family. Call 4ti West Ninth st.
WA*ltlN<i A .su IKOMNG wanted to
take home, or go out, at 40 cents a
dozen; good satisfaction. Call or address
IU3 Arch st.
ASHING—Woman wishes to go out
»V washing by the day. -21 East bev
enth st.
WASHING— Wanted, to go go out wash
» » ing, ironing and cleaning. Call at 641
Charles st.
FOR REST.
fIOUSCfe.
C. 11. WIXtIIFXI.,
The Kentnl Agent,
Makes a Specialty of IScntiug
Properly.
«09 "Manhattan Building.
J. W. MMtptti, 94 East 4th St.
RKXTS HOUSES, STOKES, OFFICES,
acts 88 owners" agent, collect* rents;
steam-heated apartmenu for $20, $23, $& aud
$.( : reduced rental.
Houses.
A Oil's HUNTING AUKNCt —
GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
Itotutis.
A— HOTKI, BKU^SWICn, for gentle
• men only; fifty mooern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or mouth.
JGLfcHAKT ST., 81—Four nice rooms for
rent: ground floor: all improvements;de- I
sirable in every respect: $10 per month.
ROOM— Newly furnished front room,with
modern convenience; central location.
Apply 318 Spruoe st.
SKVKMTH ST.. 400 WEST—Nicely fur
nished rooms for rent.
\I7AI.NI/r ST., Furnished or unfur
»V nished rooms; modern conveniences;
central location. ■,
W A HASH A ST.. 5231,1-Corner Tenth—
Furnished rooms for rent: location
central.
HORSE'S ASI> CAR»IA«ES.
OKSts, .-lOKMiS— to 100 head con
stnntly on hand, consisting Qf heavy
draft' horses, farm mares, general purpose
horses and drivers. Private sales daily. Auc
tions held every Tuesday and Saturday at 1
d. m. Minnesota Horse Auction and Com
mission Stables, 110 Fifth si. south, Minne
apolis. Winslow & Zimmerman, Proprietors.
TYPEWRITERS.
RKMI\«,T()N TYPKWBITKBB — Al-
XV ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the be»i ana always have the latest im
drovemeuts. Typewriter paper and nuppliei
of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyckoif
Seamaus & benedict. IU East Fourth xt
m ISCEL LAW co US.
rpHK ST. PALI. PJCTUKE FRAME
X Manufacturing Company, 3lft Wabasha
St., between Third and Fourth, have just re
ceived a large lot of new pictures and mould
ings, which will be sold at the lowest price
for Christmas trade: China novelties, tiring,
etc. Bowen & Muncy.
KEAI, ESTATE FOR SALE.
iWiseclianeoiis.
FOX SALE—Lots south of Summit, east
of Lexington, for $875; worth $1,500.
Small cash payment. Address V 12, Glofce.
PBESSfIA&WC.
DRICSSKS made very reasonable, $3.50;
fancy waists, $•.'; good fit guaranteed.
38 Thompson ay.
A. li. liiiK, Manufacturer aud Dealer in
Importers of Billiard Cloth and SuDplles.
Altering and repairing done on Short Notice.
Second-hand tables bought and sold. 220
East Seventh Street, St. Paul. Minn.
Notice ofMortgagp Forelonnre
A MORTGAGE WAS DATED. EXECUTED
jtx and delivered ou iho first day of Au
gust. A. D. ]89J, by Franklin 0. Ford and
Addio M. Ford, his wife, as mortgagors, to
Villette A. Tlghe. at mortgage, which Said
mortgage was duly recorded In the office of
the Register of beeda of Ramsey County.
Minnesota, on the first day of August, A. D.
1890, at 3 o'clock aud 3) minutes p. in., in
Boole 215 of Mortgages, at pages 548-551.
Subsequently, to wit, on the third day of
August. A. D. IS9I, the said mortgage was
duly assigned by the said Viliette A. Tight* to
Ambrose Tighe, by an instrument in writing,
which said instrument of assignment was
duly recorded in trie office of the Register of
Deeds of said county, on the seventh day of
December, A. D. 181(4, at 4 o'clock and 10
minutes p. m In Book 42 of Assignments, at
pages 573-574. 9 '
Default has been made in the conditions,
agreements and covenants of said mortgage]-
Mid there is claimed to be due and is due tho
subscriber at the date of this notice upon
the said mortgage the sum of six hundred
and eighty-nine dollars and eighty-seven"
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, said 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 sale tie due on Raid mortgage, to
gether with the costs and expenses of said
sale as allowed by law, the taxes, if any.
paid by thesubscriber.and the further sum of
fifty dollars (SSO) as an attorney's fee. which
is agreed in said mortgage to be paid in case
of foreclosure. Said sale will be made at the
Fourth street entrance to tho Court House
and City Hall, in the City of St. Paul, Itam
sey County, Minnesota, on Monday, the
twenty-eighth day of January, 181)5, at 10
clock in trie forenoon of said day, by the
Sheriff of said county, at public auction, to
tho highest bidder for cash.
The premises described in said mortgage
and so to be sold are situated in the County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are
known and described as follows:
Lot five (5), of block four (4). of Franklin
addition to St. Paul, according to the plat
thereof on file and of reooH m the office Of
the Register of Deeds or Bald county.
Dated December 15. 1804.
AMBROSE TIOHB.
Assigne* ot Mortgagee. !
John W. Lakh. ■
Attorney for Assign «o of Mortgage*. Globe
Uuilding, St. Paul, Minn.
AUCTION MI.IS
Hutuiwgh St Jolhimoii, Auctiou
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XTKAOKDINAKY SAI-K BY ADO
tion—The following BtocUs are on hand
and must positively be disposed of regardless
Of prices: Tho C. O. Kite stock, Walter
storrf. ilaskell A Co.. Davis & Brown and
a.OOO jewelry stock. On Monday.Dec 17.at
: 1) a. in. and i p. m., and continue for Hev«>n
days, we will commence to tell at public
• auction all of the above stocks in our store.
Noh. ;2 and 24 East Seventh st..consisting of
ek-gnnt carpets in Royal Wiltons, Axmini
siers. Moooetie*,Body Ltruss*-1». ingrains ;tine
Brussels. Net and Irish point lace curtains;
draperies, silk ana tapestries; over 500 new
bedroom suits in forty different styles. 4/0
new fancy rockers of all styles, bookcases,
sideboards, cabinets. China closets, combina
tion bookcases and desks, ladies' writing
desks, sideboards, hall tree?. ward
robes, beds, bureaus, commodes, mat
tresses, springs. pillows, 400 pairs
of flue, heavy all-wool blankets, piano
lamps, stand lamps. carving knives,
silver-plated ware in knives, forks, spoons,
etc. In jewelry we shall sell a large assort
ment of bronzes, onyx clocks, tea sets, cas
tors, cake stands, 'fruit plates; solid told
watches for ladies and gentlemen' h few dia
monds, emeralds, garnets, turquoises, pearls,
set in rings, studs, pins and eardrops; a
lot of small goods suitable for Christmas
gifis, albums, picture books, etc. Never in
the history of St. Paul has such a large find
varied stock been put up and sold at public
auction as this, and all must go, regardless
of prices. Kavanagh & Johnson, Auction
eers, as mid 24 East Seventh st.
INSTRUCTIONS.
MOZZAitA IJANCIN*; ACADr.MIKS
—Private academy and residence. 620
Central Park east; Twin City hall, corner
Rice and University, Saturdays; Paul Mar
tins opera house, VVest St. Paul. Tuesdays.
ST. AtJAI'IIA'.H ACAUKHI Olr MUSIC
and Art. «i East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
aught. Lessons given in drawing aud paint
lie Call or send for prospectus
WASTED TO BK\T.
HOUSE —Wanted, a furnished house for
the next four months for a family of
four; upper town preferred. Address 805
New York Life Rnltding
WASTED TO BUY.
'piNN.'.lt'.s oi rriT—Waul to buy a tin-
JL tier's outfit of tools: second-hand pre
ferred. E. 4. P"jer. 514 Rice st.
lAtsr Ai«l> FOllKIt.
DO(i LOST— A black cocker spaniel; short
tail. Reward by returning to 74'J Day
ton ay.
TO EXCHANGE.
NEW goods for sec'd-h>ind.Ryan Furniture
nnd Exchange rp.. 142 ami lit K. 7th st.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS
ure Sale—A morttja^e was dated, exe
cuted and delivered on the twenty-ninth day
of May, :BSB. by Henry J. Grove and Randine
Grove, his wife, as mortgagors, to William
F. Peet. as mortzaeee. which said mortgage
was duly recorded in the oftice of the Register
of Deeds of Kamsey County. Minnesota, on
the Ist day of June, $888, at two o'clock aud
five minutes p. m., iv Book '."J4 of Mortgages,
at p*ge 1.
Subsequently, to wit. on the twenty-fifth
da.y of September. A. D. 1888, the Raid'mort
gatie was duly assigned by the said Wiiliam
F. Poet to John Boaidmau by an instrument
in writing, which said instrument of assign
ment was duly recorded in the office of the
Ke^ister of Deeds of said County on the 2T>th
day of September, A. T>. 1888, at ten o'clock
aud twenty-five minutes a. m., in Book Yof
Assignments, at pages4B.
Default has been made in the conditions,
agreements and covenants of said mortsasre,
and tnere is claimed to be due. and is due, the
subscriber, at the date of this notice, upon
the said mortgage the sum of eight hundred
and thirty six dollars and eighty-three cents.
Now. therefore. Notice is hereby tnven that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, and of the statute in such
case made and provided, said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a stile of the mortgaged pre
mises described therein and hereinafter de
sciibed. to satisfy the amount which shall at
the date of said sale be due on said mortgage,
together with the costs and expense of said
sale as allowed by law, the taxes, if any, paid
by the subscriber, and the further sum of
fifty dollars ($3Ol as an attorney's fee. which
is agreed in snid mortgage to be paid in case
of foreclosure. Said sjale will be made at the
Fourth Street entrance to the Court House
aud City Hall, in the City of St. Paul. Ram
sey County, Minnesota, on Monday, the 24th
day of December. 1894, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, by the Sheriff of said
Ramsey County, at public auction to the
highest bidder for ca*h.
The premises described in said mortgage
and co to be sold are situated iv ihe County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, aud are
known and described as follows:
Lot numbered eleven (11) in Block nnm
bered twelve f!S>, R. P. Lewis' Second Addi
tion to Saint Paul, according to the plat
thereof on file and of record in the office of
the Kesi*ter of Deeds iv and for said County
of Kamsey.
Dated November 10, l»)4.
JOHN BOAKDMAN,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Ambrose Tiohe,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe
Building, St. Paul, Miuu.
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