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< ireiilaitun llian all the affidavits
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IIMI 11 ANTS BY ITIAIL.
/11 Want A<3p. rr.c cent b woid each inser
llrn. Koihli.R less than 15 cents. Adver
lisiniiitf ircwc'ut-of-ldwri sent auydayby
b ail 10 the Globe, accompanied by remtt
niie at atove ip.te. will be invariably iv-
Uiicd tLe following morning.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
ft the Follrwfns Location* for
Insertion in Daiiy and Sunday
C.lobe, at the Same Hates as
Charged by the Main Office:
IBURCTfH HILLS.
t.R. Marelius Drugstore
COII. BEDFORD AND DEC AT
1 .Jurgcson Grocery Store
PA > AY. AND lIEANEY ST.
4G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
154 PAY^E AVENUE.
/.Kormann Grocery Stor
(.OR. BUBB AND MINNEHAHA.
ION'S BLLFF.
JcverWestby Drug Store
b7Si EASTTUIKD STREET.
£. C. Vacder Eie.lce Cream & Confectionery
Lis EAST S-EVENTU ST.
irA>iL.iKi!:.
I f inline Pharmacy Drugstore
110 SNELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWJf.
R illiam K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay DrugS re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
y.D. Merrill Newsstand
442 BROADWAY.
KiSIA n PARK.
A. L. W'ool.Hy Drugstore
bT. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
S.T. ANTHONY HILL.
W. A. Frost acCo Drug Store
tELbV AND WESTERN AYS.
Straight Bros Drug Store
EONLO AND GROTTO STS.
A. A. CarupbeK ...... Drugstore
1!36 RONDO STREET.
C. A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIYEKSITY AND DALE STB.
/.T.Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
. VcC'rudden Confectioner
41>t RICE STREET.
MON PARK.
C.A. Moncbow Cigars and Tobacco
CKIVER&II V AND PRIOR AYS.
lIPKB TOWN.
i. n. Reeves Drugstore
HOORE BL<j( li. SEVEN CORNERS.
C.T. Heller Colonnade Drugstore
fc'J . I'L'i Elt ai.d TENTUSTS.
r.J. Wilte Drugstore
ctO MARKET. CORNER FIFTH.
V. E. Lowe DrugStor*
I BERT AND TWELFTH BTREETB.
I.T. Wincott&Co Drugstore
COR. RICE AND IGLEHART.
WI *T Sr.YKNTII STREET.
/.. S.G.A. Schumacher Drugstore
4! '.> WEST SEVENTH i>T.
J • oiler. DrugSto
< Oh. JAKI AND WEST SEVENTH.
Vt ICST SIDE.
Ol.e Eclipse DniK Blora. .
i-. hOUERT AND FAIRFIELD AY.
C.T.Dunn Clgflr and Newsstand
41:0 S. ROBERT STREET.
EcoTpeMarti....- Drugstore
t. WABASIIA AND AIRFIELD AY.

3-Leir.c s .Barber Shop
li-TF. AIRFIELD AY.
.ccid v try.'l Prescription Drug 5t0re......
COI.NER MATE AND CONCORD.
i.T. Hall Drugstore
iOßNiilib. WABASHA AN.D ISABEU
srri'ATioKs oni:i:i:i>
.tin Irs.
AtJK.yrs wanted to cauvass the counties
In which they live: under our new plau
they can earn from 5.'5 to fl."»» per month;
write ior particulars. Only Ibou who are
wiilniif to make n house to. house canvass in
the country and towns are wanted. Lndtes
oiu do the work as well a.s men. From $:> to
$1"» per day easily made. No caplial re
ouired. Address by mail only, D-I, care of
the lilobe.
\ciKNTs in every statccm nalnry and com
mission. Agents making $2nfossu weekly.
Kaief Chemical i Mfg. Co.. Lacrosse. \\ is.
A<;» Mf-Hiited, agents for Bankers"
Life AssociutloD.St.Paul.Minu.: strongest
home company furnishing goftranteed pro
tection hi lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. I'aul and tbruuKbotu Minnesota.
Write for »geuc>.
UEMTB W.VNTKD to si-'.l Aluminum
z\ specialties; Aluminum Flexible Shoe
Soles, double wear of leather; Bread. Cake
tud FariiiK Knives; 15.103 sold by agents in
ninety vs. Address, with stamp, Alumi
mmi Novelty Co.. Canton. O.
CANVASSEKS' AOKXIS-The greatest
>-' boon of the ninetediithccniury. Dr. Ber
ger's Perteetioo Corn Files: every man and
lady wants one: canvassers making SlO a
daj. J. L. Schallaive4BCo., ISi East Third
s!.. dmributinK agents.
pAKiXKTMAKKKS-WaHted, six good
v^' cabiuesniiikers. Dohn Manufacturing
Company. Arcade st.
U,' ANThD-Canvassers for ex-Secretary
I». VV. Thompson's boon. "Personal
Recollections of iSixteen Presidents." written
In his eighty-fifth year: clear, forcible, at
tractive. Jiold by subscription ouly. North
Star specialty Company, ARen;s, f. O. Box
443, Minneapolis. -
I'cuaale.
A til-.NTS wanted to canvass the counties
-Ti. in which they live; under our new plan
they can eajn from $75 to fI.V) per month;
write lor particulars. Only those who are
trilling to make >i house to house cauvass in
theeonatry aatf towns are wanted. Ladies
cnu do the work as well as men. From §5 to
$15 per dny easily made. No capital re
quired. Audress by mail only, D 4, care of
(ilobe.
COWIi— A cook In hotel; an old maid
homelvas a stump fence nreferred. but
will take any one who can do good work.
addres* J. F. S.. Pine City, Minn.
COOK— Wanted, a competent cook, at 510
lirlelinrt st.
LJ Ol'SKWOKK— Wmitei. competent Oer
i-1 man girl for general housework. 732
Margitiet st.
Hoi SKWOKK— Wanted, competent girl
for general housework; family of three.
9!) enter:i north
HO.SKWOKK- Competent girl for gen
eral housework wanted; good wages.
6!>7 Laurel ay. ; (jiiman Terrace.
OISKWOKK - A competent girl for
11 genernl housework at &ii Lincoln ay.
HOISr.WORK — Girl wanted, aeneral
housework. 976 Fauqnier, corner Sev
enth, if. Hansen.
HOIS EKKI-FER-Wldow toKeephouta
111 country; no objections to one or two
small children. Address S 40. Globe. Miune
apolis.
IVUKSK GIKL — Wauted, competent
1^ nurse girt. 312 Goodrich ay.
'|'KACHKK-A young man and woman
-I want a private instructor, competent to
leach in ihe higher branches, alsomu3ic;
references will be required; state what a*l
ary is ex oecred; woman preferred. Address
11. \V. Whiiiug, Spencer Brook, Minn.
FOR SAf,i^
ALL'DIAMt'KD KlJitis, eardrops, lace.
stick, scarf pins, studs, bracelets and
gold waiches. your choic* for 812. . Standard
Loan company, Schutte Building; open
evenings.
CiAXAitY BlUD"- —Special sale of canary
-' birds for this weak only ; singers from
31 50 up, lit Atctuson'a, .Wl Washington, near
Sixth.
Cli X IS. TREES — For sale, two
' carloads Christmas trees ot nil sizes, at
the Grand Central market. Entrance on
1 bird. Fourth and St. Peter sts.
Jte\VKl,i:Y — Solid gold watches and dia
mond rings for saie at one-third their
value. Standard Loan Company, Schutte
Building. 154 East Seventh, near Jackson st.
XMAS TRKKS FOR SALE—AII sijes
at all prices at Ramaley's, corner Sixth
end St Peter sts.
niANO—An upright piano; must be sold
A at once; very cheap; has been used witn
greht care ana is in hrst-class condition. 14
Harvester ay
SPECIAL SALE of second-hand stoves
Hiid carpets at Ryan Furniture and Ex
change Company, 14^! and 144 seventh st.
DT^BEOP^ICON and maaic lantern out-
O fits for illustrating lectures, exhibitions
au<l street advertising: complete outfits at
about halt mauufacturer's price: 1,500 plain
and colored slides in lots to suit; new and
second-hand outtits bought, sold and ex
thuneed. Richards & Birch, 80S Nicollet ay.,
Minn; apolls, Minn.
I'I'KSOXALS.
ARK VUI IN TROUBLE? Cousult
Mr.dame Ina Walker, "life reader," for
faithfui reading of your past, -present and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
iifo by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies. 5U cents;
U'fciitleinen, 81. 5(Ki Wabaslia st., opuosite
capitoi.
ALWAYS RELIABLE—Madame Teits
worth: prices reduced 50 cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
M*Ul. MMJIMC N HITMAN N—Masquo-
X»l rftde and theatrical costumes, masks,
wigs, beards and grease paiut. 56 East sev
enth st.
IVjRS. ALICIC AUSTIN, clairvoyant;
-i-VJL card readings 25 cents. No. 10 West Ex
change st., near Wabaslia.
VllSh HKJ.KSi 1)K VKARK, manicuring
i-'A and massage; satisfacuou guaranteed.
No. 27 Hasi Seventh sL
VI ME. ST. JOHNS, Clairvoyant and
i»l magnetic healer; readings, 25 and 00
cent*. 130 West Fourth st.
!%,] RS. DR. F. REAUOON, ;u East Sev
i'i- enth. Room So4—Massage, vapor and
electric baths; y to W p. m., iucludiug Sun
days.
MRS M A. (ftBSBYI BAKHaLOO
t24 Wabasha St.—Magnetic and massage
treatment for paralytic, rheum aiism and
nervous dit>?a*ei: also baihi J a.m. to > v.m
MRS. KATE HOSK I >8, No. 149Mj West
Sixth St.—Psychometric reader and
trance medium.
MRS. LEWIS, experienced ma*sagist;
hours l'J lo 10 daily. 35 East Seventh,
Rooms 29 and 30.
T"<HE GKKATEST CLAIRVOYANT of
1 the age, the young Madame Homalne, Is
in this citr, and cau be consulted on all
affairs of life; her predictions never fall;
she makes a success where others fail; cor
rect advice on business, matrimonial and all
family affairs; brings the separated together;
cause* happy marriage with the one you
love; future plainly revealed; lovers united;
troubles healed: those iv trouble should not
fail to call and be convinced on the above
statements; business strictly confidential;
letters containing stamp promptly answered;
hours 9to 9. Address or call 563 Jackson st,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
O«>r» JSAST SEVENTH ST—.ExDCrt
>*"JU massage. Maguetio and alcohol
baths. Anna of Chicago.
FINANCIAL.
OR SALE CHEAP-Stock in the Rob
erts Manufacturing Company. Apply
to the Capital City Ornamental Iron, Wira
and Brass Works. 1»3 Kißhth St. " ;
ill ONEV LOANKD on life insurance pol
i»l lcies. or bought. L. P. Van Norman.
41!ti^ Guaranty Loan liiiiidinn, Minneapolis.
$7\l \TO |600 short-time loans procured
*)\j on pernonal property. Ohio Inv»Bt
in<M)t Company, Seventh iloor .Globe JIuUd
THE SAINT PAUL J^AILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING. DKOEMKEK 22. J«H.
MTIIATIOAK IMili
Hal*.
B.VK TKM)KK-A nm-cluss bartender
would like position at once, l'mnk
Wood. 4,3 Robert.
BAlii'.K- A good baker on cookies and
bread, also candy, is looking foi a job.
Address 11.. M! Pleasant ay.
BOUnUKKPISI —Wanted, van experi
enced double entry bookkeeper, an en
gagement by Ist January, '0;\ in or out of
City. Address B 22, Globe.
C'ANVASSi-.R wants a position; nni a
luistler and «ood talker, will work on
commiuton, V. J. X, r>4;". Hrewsterav.
COOK— SittMtioa wanted bra colored man
who la a tir.st-clasß cook and waiter. B
Randolph, Hotel De Mink. Fourth and it:
I'eter -ts.
COACHMAJ — Wanted—A young man
would like summon as coachman: good
references. Address G E 110 Kiist Sixth i>t.
DKIVKR wants work driving a delivery
wagon, or would like work around
some store; very useful around a place, and
in need of work. Address Driver. 456 East
Sixih st.
ENGINKKK —Wanted, situation as eußi
neer. lireman or anything: else; good
reference given. Address O 18, Globe.
E>ll'l.. < Y.nKN -Wanted, by a soberand
industrious youns man, work of any
kind; wages no object. Address G. S., 5i~5
Robert st., city.
LLKCTKi ClAN - Wanted, by practical
electrician>ol experience, a permanent
positron : am also lirsl-class engineer. O 12,
Globe.
JA NITOR—Wanted, position as janitor;
competent to take care building, private
offices or turuistiea rooms. Addiess 203 Uni
versity ay.
FFICE WOKK-situattou wanted by
young man of 19 at oftive work, or any
thing which is offered him; am a good pen
man. Address 364 Rosabel st., city.
01HCK WOKK-Sober, well-eaucated
young man. pleasing appearance, ex
perienced in office work ai.d general mer
chandise, wmits work at 825 per mouth;
would wait on table. Address Kelly, 105
East Fifth st.
POi ISHEH- Work waute? by au A No. 1
polisher on iron, steel, brass, nickel or
any kind of metal ; understands lacquering,
bronziug and oxidizing, plating, etc. ; high
wages no object; references. P. J. Lemaitre,
644 Broadway.
OIIAUMACIST, registered, desires posi
-t tion:experienced nnd stricily temperate;
highest referen-es. Pharmacist, 321 Chest
nut St.
PRINTER— Practical all-round printer of
JL long experience wants situation. Ad
dress Printer, 11 East Third st.. St. Paul.
SAI.KSSIAN— Experienced city salesman
wants something to sell on salary or com
mission. Address D 15, Globe.
AjLESMAN— WAnted, position as travel
ing salesman, "on commission.'* by a
man with many years' business experience;
gents' furnishing goods, a pants or out
ing shirts preferred. Salesman, Stillwater,
Minn.. 510 West Olive st.
rp^.AMSTKI{— t;ood teamster wauts a Job
-L driving; can handle two or four horses.
3*5 Stryker
ATOHMAN—Reliable man wants po
»» sitiou as night watchman; best of ref
erence furnished 415 East Sevenih st.
TITATCHMAX— Reliable man wants posi-
V V tion as night watchman; best of refer
ence furnished. 415 East Seventh st.
\T7"ATCHMAN— Man wants position as
VV night watchman; Dest of reference
given. Call or address Room No. 9, 415 East
seventh.
WOKK FOR HOARD—A willing young
VV man would liKe to hear from a chari
table family where he could wore for his
board and attend school. Please address
X iM.. 643 Eudicott Building. ■
WOlttv FOR HOAKO-Wanted. a place
to work for board and attend school.
Address J. A. G., 3t'4 Rosnbel St.. city.
females.
pOMPA> JON—Wan ied. a position as
vv companion to an invalid or "elderly lady.
Call T:js Olive. ' .
COOK— A middle-aged woman who is a
■> good cook and a good laundress wishes
a situation in a private family; willing to go
for moderate wages. Call 46 West Nimh st.
DISHWASHER— A girl wants place in
I-' notel or boarding house for dishwashing
or chamber work. Call at once. 875 Albe
marle St., corner Mllford. up stairs.
I °\RKSSMAKKR-An experienced dress-
XJ maker wants sewing by the day in fami
lies. Call or address 215 Rondo at.
pYRKSSMAKER wants sewing in families
\J or at home. Address 558 L'Orient,
HOISEWOKK- Two girls would liKe po
sition to go to Montana for housework
or hotel work. Apply 652 East Sixth.
LJOU9KWORK—A girl wants a position
•O- to do general housework; is strong;
can understand but not speak English. Ad
dress 728 Case st.
UOU3BWOKK—A girl with a oue-year
-11 old baby wishes a place in or out of the
city; will work for small wages. For paitic
ulara. 137 East Ninth st.
noiISKKKKPEK-A competent lady de
1J sires a position as housekeeper or nurse.
Call 70S Olive.
II OUSKKKKI'ER — A young Scaudi
n navian woman with a one-year-old
cnild would like a position as housekeeper.
Call at 522 Bradley.
r AUNDKKBS-A first-class laundress
i-jt would like rough-dry washing to do at
home; clothes called for and delivered, and
good work guaranteed. Address Laundress,
4'o East Sixth st.
L'RSE—An experienced nun* would
I^l like a situation; h»s h«d experience in
all kind* of nursing. Address 142 Rondo.
OUGANIST-Wanted— A lady desires a
position as organist; references. Ad
dress P7, Globe.
OFFICE WORK-A yonug lady with two
years' experience in office work desires
a poBltiou; can operate a typewriter. Ad
dresa 3 X, Globe.
OTENOGKAPHKR — Lady stenographer
O desires position; baa had three years'
experience; no objection to leaving city if
oo'ltion is permanent; will work reason
able. Address B 23, Globe.
uTKJiOGBAPHEB- Competent stenog
O rapher and typewriter wauts work; can
do assistant bookkeeping; will worK for rea
sonable salary. 60 Germania Life Building,
corner Fourth and, Miune^eoia stu,'
OTePiOUBAPHEH-A position by young
O laclr stenographer; nas had experience;
will work cheap; best relerencei. Address
L. M., 831 Agate tt.
QTKNbGUAI*rIER— Young lady of col-
O lege education wishes position -as ste
nographer and typewritiit; will work for
moderate salary. B. C. Globe.
WASHINO-Wanted, washing to do by
the day or take home. Address or call
1027 Ed^ertou st, rear door.
A*Hl«G—Wafiied. washing to take
home by a first-class laundress; will
work very cheap, Cail oraddrecsM. W., 654
Mississippi st.
ASniKtt—Woman goes out washing,
ironing and bousecleaning. Inquire
at 204 West S:xth at.; at kitchen.
WASH wanted to take home, or will
go out washing or scrubbing. 844 Kd
mund st. .
WASHING wanted to do at home. Call
at 226 Rondo st. •
ASHINU wanted lo do at homo. JirY
Kagerer. 727 Charles si.
AITRESS—Wauted, work waiting diu
ners or evening parties, by good col
ored woman. Address or call I<*« East Sev
enth 5.4
OYE ITOBHB.
Anh. tarough the Globe's Quaranteed
Wants, and It will be given. An ad on
thin page will briny; results, or your money
will be returned to rod.
f KAVK your "Want" with the nearest
lv < ilobe agent. See list on this page.
AHLKRf * MINTKL, — Minueiota
tSVeam Dye Work*, m East veuiU.
AUCTION SAI.KS.
Itarauagh <Sc .lolinxiii. Auction-;
eerM. >* ;
VUS AT Al CTION-Having concluded!
to retire from business. 1 offer my.en
tire stock at Ruction; bales daily at s and 0:10
p.m. The took in question consists of In- :
dies' coats, enpes. mutt's, gloves: also a full
line of gentlemen's lin wear, robes <>£• f*lt
Kinds, etc.. etc. We sell no goods at retail;
during this sale. Merrill Ryder, (15 East rfev-'
enth st. Kavnnagh & Johnson. Auctioneers.
ltItK«'ClIaiMM»ll«».
\ UCTION—The four-siory brick and stone
ix. blocfc, 26 and M Chicago ay. ; this prop
erty will be sold Dec. 82, by order of the pro
bete court, ou the premises. J. 11. Morong,
administrator. i-S Robert st.
BOARI> OtTKHKI).
BOA UD—Furnished loonn and table
board. i>B.l Washington st.
BOAKIi— Lyons Court—Rooms and board,
single or en suite; buth and steam heat;
bell boy service; terms reasonable. 7 Lyons
Cjurt.
BOAKD— Bright, sunny rooms, steam heat
and board. 151 Summit ay.. opposite
Sixth st.
BO A kij- Utopia. 4i)3 St. Peter Steam
heated rooms with board.
BOA XI)K I)—Pleasant front room with alcove,
also sunny side room: excellent board;
near Seiby cable; best refeiences. 155 Nina i
avenue. ■ ■■ ■
iVTtUK MIX En."— Pleasant rooms, with
J- boiirct; centrally located for business
people. 16.' College ay.. corner Sixth.
HI. ii. ESTATE FOR SALE.
Siilmrlian.
FOX SALi —Thirty acres cheap, Minne
apolis stockyards. Actus K. Barlow,
New briiihton. Minn.
INSTRUCTIONS.
Hl/IOZZAKA'S" DANCING ACAU
-1»1 emy, 6:JO Central Park. East— Pupils
can enter class at any time; private instruc
tion.
ST. aGAI'HA'S AC'ADKMY OF MUSIC
and Art. 26 East Exchange tft., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
taught Lessons given in drawiug and paiut
in<. Call or send for prospectus.
WAVrEOTO BUI.
nUINTINU PRESS—Wanted to buy. a
JT smail foot-power priming press; give
description and i>nce. B Si. Globe,.
WANTED TO BUT—A two-wheel cart,
cheap. Address H., Jilobe.
ITT ANTED—To buy confectionery and
ci.^ar store, with living rooms con
verted, ia good locatiou; must be reason
able, with moderate rent. Address M :J3,
Globe. *
HOIISKSAZVO CAnRIARGS.
HOKStS, HOUSES— 50 to 100 head con-
Btuully on hand, consisting of heavy
druft horses, farm mares, general purpose
horses and drivers. Private sales dally. Auc
tions held every Tuesday and Saturday at 1
n. in. Minnesota Horse Auction aud Com
mission Stables. 110 Fifth st. south, Minne
apolis. \V iii!»low & Zimmerman, Proprietors.
SM.U.I. IK(K>K AM* HARNESS, O.
X.. $5. M. J. Schroeder. corner York
und Payne ay.
TYPEWRITERS.
EMIN'GTON TYPKWIIITKKS —. Al-
XV ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best aud always have the latest im
droveuieuts. Typewriter paper and Kuppliea.
of all kinds. Muchines for rent. Wyckoff,
Seaman* & Benedict. "Jl Eait Fourth st* ' .-.
i iiiKOPOiri'.
CHIROPODIST —Good thing for sore
feet. Good Luck Salve sure cure for
chillblains aud all other frost bites. If your
druggist does not keep it, send or call »V". 11.
Lockwood, Chiropoaist, 2«:j and 204 Kndicott
Arcade building; 38c. 5c a'ld $1 box.
TO EXCnAMCiE.
NKW goods for see'd-hand.Ryan Furniture
and Exclmnge Co., 143 and 144 E. tthst.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECJ.OS
ure saie—A mortgage was dated, exe
cuted and delivered on the twenty-ninth day
of May, 188 S. by Henry J. Grove and Randiue
Grove, his wife, as mortßaßors, to William
F. Peet. as mortgaeee. which said mortgage
was duly recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Ramsey County. Minnesota, on
the Ist day of June. 1888, at two o'clock aud
five minutes p. in., iv Book 204 of Mortgages,
at pnge 1.
Subsequently, to wit. on the twenty-fifth
day of September, A. D. 1888, the *a!d mort
gage was duly assigned by the said William
F. Peet to John Boardman 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 25th
day of September. A. D. 1688, at ten o'clock
and twenty-rive minutes a. m., in Book V ot
Assignments, at page 548.
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 dale of this notice, upon
tbe said mortgage the sum of eight hundred
and thirty-six dollars and eighty-three cents.
Now, therefore. Notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, aud of the statute in such
case made and provided, said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of trie mortgaged pre
mises described therein aud hereinafter de
sorlbed. 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 icw, the taxes, if any, paid
by the subscriber, 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, baid sale will be made at the
Fourth Street entrance to the Court House
and City Hall, iv the City of St. Paul, Ram
sey County, Minnesota, on Monday, the24th
day of December. 1694, nt ten o'clock in the
forenoon cf 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 iio to be sold are situated in the County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, aud are
known and described as follows:
Lot numbered eleven (11) in Block num
bered twelva [BJ, R. P. LeVis' Second Addi
tion to Salht Paul, according to the plat
thereof on tile and of record in the office- of
U c Register of Deeds in and for said County
of Kamscv.
Dated November 10. >gIH,
JOHN 80ARDMAN. '
Aesigaae of Mortgagee.
Ambrose Tionjp, -r •; fa
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe
Building, St. Paul, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
O Ramsey— sb. Probate Con r '' v J
In the matter of proving tne alleged lait
will aj)« lestameut of Helen Cochran, de
ceased. - •■ ■
Whereas, Elizabeth Cochran end Agnes
Cochran, of the City, County and State of
J?ew York, have delivered to tb« Probate
Court of the County of Ramsey an Instru
ment in writing Diirpofilag to be an authen
ticated copy of the laat will and testament of
■aid Helen Cocuran, late of the City, County
and State of New York, deceased, and of the
probate thereof in said City. Comity and
Slate of Hew York, and filed therewith their
petition to said Probate Court, praying that
the said instrument may be proved and ad
mitted to probate, and that letters of admin
istration with the will annexed be granted
thereon to Edward C. Stringer: ■. *-
It Is Ordered. that said petition be heard
and the proof! of said alleged will be taken
at a special te"rm of tbis Court, to be held at
the Court House, In the City of St. Paul In
eaid County, on Tuesday, the 15th day of
January, 1893. at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon when all person* interested may ap
pear for or con test the probate of lt| and that
notice of such hearing bt given to all per
sons interested, by publishing this order once
in each week for three successive Treeks.
prior to said day of hearing, iv the St. Paul
ailt Glsbb, a daily newspaper printed and
published in said county.
Dated at Saint Paul, this Slst day of De
cember. 1804. JOHN B. OLIVIRH.
1.. s.] Judge of Probate.
bTBiNOKit & Sbtxoor, Attorney*
FOR KEST.
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The lCcntal Agent,
• Makes a .*i»«-«-in!<j ot* Hentiut;
• l*r«|M*rty.
800 Manhattan lliiil«ting.
J. W. *h> |»>,r<l I>4 East lih m
*■ T> KNTB HOtSB\ STORED, MKFICK-*.
IV acts as owners', ngeut. collect* rents;
fcteain-heated npnruueuis for $20, J^a, $.Ij aud
£i : reduced rental. , .
lIOIIKCK.
Housk— For reni. for the baiauee of the
winter, furnished house. 411) Laurel ay. ;
cheap to responsible person. ■
HOUSE— For rent, furnished house, com
plete: nine rooms; very desirable; all
modern conveniences: gas range, bath, fur
lince, etc. Call 220 North Victoria st.
TAYLOK'S KKNTING A(.KNC\ —
-I GLOBE BUILDINO -WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKK
CHARGE Oif HENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
_ Itowm*.
A— HIITKL IJRUXSWiCH. for geufla
* men only; fifty inodera iteani-heate.il
rooms by day. week or month.
FOKEPAUGM BLOCK, liIMIM 3—
Seven Corners—Large furnished rooms
for rent; references required.
ROOMS— Lady livin* iv Minneapolis will
rent nicely furnished rooms to auiet
parties: transients accommodated. Address
M. C. Daily Globe. Minneapolis.
SEVENTH 5T.,400 WE T-For rent.three
nicely furnished rooms, very reason
able.
TKNTH ST.. 114, WEST-Coruer of Col
■*■ lege Ay.—Furnished rooms, centrally
located: reasonable prices; board if desired.
business chances.
A CHOICE STOCK of dry goods at a
bargaiu iv a city of ti.OOO in Southern
Minnesota; invoice about 8J,000; good trade
and good locatiou. Address C 26, Globe, St.
Paul.
%\ m? \Ci S1O(;K of merchandise cheap
«4P >vs«-'Vy \J for cash or i>srt clear real
estate; can divide slock. Noble,-715 Penu
ay. north. Minneapolis, .Minn.
t.ttsr axi> ifinr,.
PUMMSk LOST— Brown leather purae wi-h
one gold tip on coruer; finder will re
ceive rewarde. Retuau to E. (ieist, (6 East
Seventh st.
DOCKKTBOOK LOST—Lost, Thurs ;ay
-£ afternoon, pocketbook containing three
$'•■ bill*. Liberal reward; return to L. Kisen
menger. 45"> Waba^ha st.
Notice of'Mortsaee Forelosure Sa;e.
A MORTGAGE WAS DATED. EXECUTED
Jri. and delivered on the first day of Au
gust. A. D. )Bai, by Frauklin C. Kord and
Addie M. Ford, his wife, as mortgagors, to
Villette A. Tighe. as mortgagee, which said
mortgage was duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Ramsey County.
Minnesota, on the first day of August, A. D.
18'Ji, at 3 o'clock aud 3» iiiinnt.es p. m., iv
Book 215 of Mortgages, at pages 548-!>sl.
Subsequently, to wit. ou the third day of
August. A. D. 1891, the snid mortgnge was
d ly assigned by the said Viltette A. Tighe to
Ambrose Tißhe, by an instrumeut in writing,
which said instrument of assignment was
duly recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds ot said county, ou tbe seventh day of
December, A. D. 18'J4. at 4 o'clock and 10
minutes p. m., in Book 42 of Assignments, at
pases 573-574.
Default has been made in the conditions,
agreements ana covenants of said morteage,
aud there is claimed to be due and is due the
subscriber at the date of this notice upon
the said mortgage the sum of six hundred
aud eighly-uine dollars aud eighty-seven
cents.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given teat
by virtue of tne power of sale comnfiicd in
said mortgage, niulof tue 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 be due ou said 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 the Court House
and City Hall, iv the City of M. Paul, Ram
sey County. Minnesota, on Monday, the
tweuty-eighth day of January, 18!«\" at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, by the
Sheriff of said county, at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash.
The premises described ill said mortgage
and so to be sold are situated iv the County
ot Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are
known and described as follows:
Lot five (5). of block four (4). of Franklin
aaditlon to St. Paul, according to tbe pla
thereof on file and of record iv tbe office o
tbe Register of Deeds of said county.
Datect December 15. 1894.
AMBROSE TIGHE.
Assignee of Mortgagee.
John W. Lank,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe
BuildinK. St. Paul, Minn.
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Qn the Koeks by Aberdeen" Gatty,
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