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BUSINESS IS SLACK
THE TRADE REPORTS FOR THE
.WEEK SHOW DISAPPOINTING
SMALL REASON TO HOPE.
A DISCOI'RAGIKG VIEW OF THE
SITUATION TAKEN 11V DUX
PUBLIC AUStH.tTELV OUT OP IT.
tl st rev I>s I iuant-iit I Sn.vs That
' People in t'eiieruil Are Not In
tere*ted iv Stocks*.
NEW YORK. March Bradstreefa
-tomorrow will say: General trade
throughout tin- United States for the
first quarter of 1596 i* disappointing.
But the most favorable reports at this
time are those which declare the vol
ume of business only equal to the like
total one year ago. The fact that in
terior merchants are buying more free
ly in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and
parts of Nebraska where tne snow* and
vain have prepared the soil for the
crops, constitutes almost the one fa
vorable announcement of th* week.
The unusually large number of busi
ness failures taking place during: the
last quarter of the current year prom
ises to make a record. The total for
the current week throughout the coun
try is 300. or 19 more than last week,
48 more than in the like week of
1895; 103 more than in the corresponding
week in 1894, and 9S more than in the
third week of March, 189:!. There is a
sharp decline in total exports of wheat
from both coasts of the United States
this week, iii.- total amounting to only
1,592,000 bushels, against 2,401.000 bush
els last week. 2,988,000 bushels in the
week a year ago; 2,343,000 bushels in
the third we-ik of March, ISH4, and
2,766,000 bushels in the like week of
is;*:;. This is the smallest grand total
of exports <>t wheat since the last week
of July, 1895- Exports of Indian corn
this week amount to 1,802,000 bushels.
veins- ii Toward "Iletter in --.m
Still tin- Exception, Says Dan.
NEW YORK, March 20.— R. G. Dun & Co.'s
review of trade tomorrow will say: A move
ment toward better things is still the excep
tion. The general tendency of industries and
prices is not encouraging, Some failures of
consequence have caused especial caution.
The root of the trouble is that in many de
partments men bought more and produced
more, when prices were mounting, and every
body was rushing to buy last year, than they
have yet been able to sell. The woolen mills-,
with prices already reduced below last year's
"lowest average, and wool 5.Cc higher than it
was then, were not getting business to keep
In operation. Clothiers have failed to market
all they produced last fall. A sharp decline in
the price of cotton goods is the comment of
mills on rising cotton. Goods now average
lower than since May. 189,". The iron Indus
try shows but a slight average decline in
rices. Quotations are deceptive, however,
because lower prices are constantly made to
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*. . . DIRECTORY ...
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS HOUSES
OF ST, PAUL,
The following' is published daily for th benefit of traveling salesmen,
strangers and the public generally. It indui"*** all t'.ie trade.-* ami professions,
and cannot fail to prove of interest to all who intend transacting business*
in St. Paul.
Metropolitan. Sixth, near Robert st.
Grand. Sixth and St. Peter streets.
Btraka's Tivoli. Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission free.
Bodega. Its East Sixth street.
Olympic. lTt-ITS East Seventh street.
ThauwaM Rros., 3.'.3-355 W. Seventh st.
Books, New. Hare and Standard.
E. W. Porter Company, 100 East Fourth st.
Her and E***f**s.
Wisconsin Dairy. 513 St. Peter St. To!. S2l.
Milton Dalrv Company, 722 Wabasha st. Tel.
fit Hate Tickets.
Corbctt's. 169 East Third st.
Edwards. 17.: Third St.. 339 Robert st.
Ransom & Horton. 99-101 East Sixth.
Co in ion Merchants.
McGuire &■ Mulrooney. 2 C *O E. Sixth st.
R. E. Cobb. 294-293 East Sixth st.
C. C. Emerson, 251-255 East Sixth st.
Geo. Timet. 21 West Third st.
12. McNamee & Co.. 219 East Sixth st.
Schlermsii & Co., 218 Robert st.
De Camp £ 1-eyer, 129 East Third st.
11. C. Hementvay & Co., corner Third and
Minnesota - ,^
Pore <<- R -ii. ..">'. 70 and 72 East Third st.
Coal and Wood.
O. Q. Wilson, corner Eighth and Broadway.
ttcPadden-Mullen Co.. 101 East Fifth st.
Chinese and Japanese Bazaar.
Qtionp, Gin -ing &■ Co.. 390 Wabasha st.
John "-.■.'•• 315 Minnesota st.
Express, Piano Moving-, Packing* and
J. B. Desff-rge.-*. - 154 East Sixth. Tel. 550.
Express and Stornue.
Kant's Express nnd Storage Company, 221 "*****.
Seventh st. Cheapest and best.
Carriages. $3: hearse*, $3. Sevea Corner*
Livery. T*'.. 3?-9.
THIS SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1896.
secure business. Minor metals change little.
Speculation in cotton has caught short sellers
in trouble, and Just because they thought
prices must go lower the shorts are forced to
put them up. The market in wheat has been
weak. Atlantic exports, flour included, show
a decrease amounting to 4,048,084 bu for three
weeks, against 5.097,018 bu last year. The
movement of corn continues large.
Failures for the week were 261 in the United
States, against 278 last year, and 49 in Canada,
against 35 last year.
Is, Taking; hMOlutel > No Interext la
the Stock Market.
NEW YORK, March 20.— Dradstreefs finan
cial will say: Dullness, accompanied by de
pression, has marked the speculative situa
tion this week. The public is absolutely out
of the stock market, and London's distrust of
the speculative situation here is no less ap
parent than in the past. The interest in
American stocks is of the smallest character,
and though London bought late in the week, lt
was In such trifling amounts that no effect
was produced. The fact that foreign ex
change rates keep steadily below the gold ex
pert point does not fall to attract attention.
Another factor of some Importance is the
slow movement of corn. The general unwill
ingness of farmers to sell at the present prices
reduces the tonnage and profits of Western
railroads, and creates a sense of disappoint
ment. Nor is it possible to ignore the fact
that the approach of the presidential cam
paign has an unsettling effect, and that this
feeling is supplemented by the apparent ven
turesomeness of the present congress in re
gard to the country's foreign relations.
Reports From the Principal - Cities
Show an iis-onra-Aiis--. Increase.
MOW YORK. March 20.- -The following ta
ble, compiled by llradstreet's, shows the total
clearances at the principal cities and the per
centage of increase or decrease, as compared
with the corresponding week last year:
' ; ~PerCt. PerCt.
New York $551,974,472 1.6 :..:
Chicago Ss.**l*i.o;:t 3.1
Roston 81,117.611 .... 2.2
Philadelphia 1*0,009.71** .... 0.8
St Louis 23.579,!'e4
San Francisco 13. '49,97.'. 24.0 ....
Baltimore 14.U03.740 26.9 ....
Pittsburg 13,765,335 15.1
Cincinnati 12,7*.'7.(>50 13.3
Kansas City 9,577.108 5.2 —
New Orleans 9,655.960 2.5
Buffalo 3.997. 12.3
Milwaukee 4,995,250 11.6 ....
Detroit 6,041.779 7.4 ....
Louisville 5,478,100 1.4
Minneapolis 5,840.477 5.0
Omaha 4,497,811 35.2
Providence 4,517.800 .... 11.9
Cleveland 5,590,879 .11.3
Houston 4,309.438 .... 16.6
St. Paul 4,198,571 18.3
Denver 2,932.133 5.3 ....
Indianapolis 4.540.876 25.4
Columbus, 0 3,642,300 26.3 ....
Hartford 2.092.1.17 11.8 V**/.'
Richmond 2.902.053 30.7
Washington 1.539.02-) .... 8.0
Seattle 544.471 20.8
. Spok;in\ '.".'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4031326 .... 13.0
Spokane 401.326 15.1
Totals l*. S $975,888,801 2.4
Exclusive of X. V... 5423, 914. 3.4
DOMINION OF CANADA.
Montreal $5,903,373 .... 19.3
Toronto 6.223,079 24.6
Halifax 773.254 11.7
Hamilton 570,966 ' 8.7 ....
Winnipeg 926,547 33.0
Totals .$17.599.219 „.. 3.3
.liny Still Out.
WASHINGTON, March 20.— The Milliken
case was submitted today after the court had
given its charge. The jury retired, and at
7:30 this evening, a verdict not having been
reached, were locked up until 10 o'clock in the
Treasury Statement. ..
WASHINGTON, March Today's state
ment of the condition of the treasury shows:
Available cash balances, $205,999,725; gold re
Ransom & Horton, 99-101 East Sixth.
Merrell Ryder. 339 Jackson st.
E. Albrecht & Son. 20 East Seventh st.
Flour and Peed.
Tierney & Co.. 91 East Third st.
Tubbesing Bros., 100 East Third st.
John Wagener. corner Twelfth and Robert
_ sts.. and 480-488 East Seventh st.
Guns-, Skates nnd Sporting? Goods.
M. F. Kennedy & Bros.. Third and Robert.
Y\m. Burkhard & Sons; 57-59 East Seventh st.
Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
.Insurance and Steamship Agents. .
J. S. Crode & Co., corner Seventh and St.
Loans on "Watches, Diamonds, . Furs.
Lytte's Loan Office. 411 Robert, Room 1.
The Elk. 51 West Third st. Tel. 268.
.Milk and Cream.
H. Stebbing (Como), 367 Dayton ay. All cows
guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
Manufacturers and Dealers In Dyna
mos, Motors and Electrical Ap
John Gorman. 315 Minnesota st.
News and Stationery.
Charles L.Neumann , 224 West Seventh st.
Plumbing-, Steam and Gas Fitting.
A W. Johnston. 139 West Seventh st.
Plnmbint**, Steam, Hot Water Ileal.
McQuillan Bros., 183 Western ay.
Sheet Metal Workers, Stoves and
Kara & Breher, 183 West. Third st.
Thro. Bunker, corner West 7th and 6th at*.
Wholesale Wines and Liquors,
B. Simon. 297-299 East Seventh at.
i m 11.
WANTS MAY BE LEFT
At the follonlni; location* for Inser
tion in the Dull-*' and Sunday Globe,
nt the siiiiiie rate* as are vhnrtxed l»y
the mil in oflice.
Hamline Pharmacy.. ..Drug Store
_ 750 SNELLINO AVENUE.
Sever Westby Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREET.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Arßay Drug Store
COR. OROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
A. L. Woolsoy Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Emll Bull . ; Druggist
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight 8r05... *.. Drug Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell -.. Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
- VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
George .Mart! .Drug Store
S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. Hall ; Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
S. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte .'. Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Drug Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. WiiK-ott & Co Drug Store
CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
C. R. Marellus Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Muller Drug Store
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
C. A. Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
EAST THIRD ST.
Dining Cars Winnipeg audi --ST. PAUL.--,
Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Pacific Mail (daily) for Fargo,
Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Mis- !
soula, Spokane, Tacoma, Seat
tle and Portland 4:ls pm 5:53p.m
Red River Express (daily) for
Moorhead, Fargo, Fergus ■ ■-•
Falls, Wahpetou. Crookstou,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Win- *••'.* .-•
nipeg 8:30 7:10a.m
Fargo Local (daily except Sun
day) for St. Cloud, Brainerd
and Fargo 9:00 am 5:33 p. m
Pi-llniMii First Class and Tourist Sleepers.
•^*^^^j^3»*^39s ROBERT ST.,
I1 1 UM%MBffi%r CORNER SIXTH,
| W^'^^^ 'PHONE 480) AND
OQBBB UNION DEPOT.
Leave. tEx. Sun. * D * ,il >- I Arrive.
* fc: !9l )m , VfIVJV/ 9:55 pm
+10 •55 am .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. 15:50pm
"-L-OOpni ....Duluth and Superior.... *6:soam
TB:4*Jam ..Omaha and Kansas City. •7*2s am
•iß:4('am SuCity. Su Falla. Pipestone tß:lop*a
*H.':2spm .Mankato. New llm. Tracy. +10:45 am
fl2«spm .Watertown, Huron, Pierre. ttJ-.lOpm
*7:sopm Sioux City, Omaha, Kan. Cy. *7:25 am
*. :55pm "California in Three Davs"j •7:* Bam
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Ticket Office, 199 E. Third St. 'Phone 1141.
Leave. ;*Dailv. tExcept Sunday. Ariuvk.
+8:05 am Brack. Division & Branches +7:00 pm
* 8-: > am F'gus Falls Div. & Branches *7:15 am
+4:iiopni;Wi!lmar via St. Cloud .0:55 am
*7 :4spm! Breck., Fargo.Gd.F'a.w-peg »7:soam
*4:3!) pm Montana and Pacific Coast.. ».*>;4s pm
EASTERN MINHESOTA-G. M. Y.
+8: 50 am! **i*:2onm
'11 :20 pm'Duluth. West Superior t7:3o am
vtss^ Trains leave St. Paul Union De
__ m amn7j lll^ ' ,01 as follows: Daily, 6:45 p.m.
V^SfSm tor New York, Boston, Montreal
I li ol aiK * Kas * eru points. Dining car
NknTld a " ( * trough Boston Sleeper at
nPjgLaJ B tached. Daily, 0:05 a. m.. for Se-
B*J!!3 ** ule - Tncoma, Portland ami j> .
****>s^S*g*S*sss>* cine Coast points. Through sleet
*_ or to Seattle attached. Daily.
except Sunday ,s:lo p. m. for Glcnwood from
Minneapolis. From Broadway Nation, except
Sunday, Wisconsin Dir. Local, 9:35 a. m ; St
Croix Falls Accommodation. 0:05 p. m.
MAPLE LEAF ROUTE. Tlckat (MScm: Cor. Robert and oth
St*, and Union Dspot Trains leave Union Depot, St. Paul
at 7:30 P. m. Dally, and 7:30 A.m.. Except Sunday, for
Dubuque, CHICAGO, Waterloo, Cedar FaUi.MamhaUtown,
Dei Moines, St. Joieph, Leavenworth and KANSAS CITY.
Dodge Center Local leaves at * P. m. bally. "*"**"*
Trains from Kauai City arrive at 20 A.m. and 3:30 P.m.
Daily, and 7:28 P. m., Except Sunday, and from Chicago at
7:20 A.m. and 2:30 P.m. Daily, and 7:2* P.m., Except
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad.
Lv — ST. PA L T L— Ar-
Chicago ''Day" Express.. "+8:05 am +10 -.lo pro
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex. .. •*•> » m *ii.-tX>r»
Chicago "Fast Mail" * *6:*sspm "-Wnm
Chlca o '-Vestibule" Lim. •*%s„
Chicago via Dubuque. ... , +4:lopm +11 :00 am
Dubuque via La Crosse. +8 :05 a m +10:10 pm
Peoria vis Mason City.... »4:lopm *11 (Mat?
St. Lou and Kansas City. *8 : 35a m «-K«'S
Milbank and Way.. . +S-2*:ft™ * h ?°
Milbank, FaiK-J ami Ab- tb,Z : am * 6 "--P*n
erdcen I •*j:l.-.pm »3;toaa
*£*"/■„ ft x - Sun. * Ex * Sat. TEx. Mon.
For full information, call at Ticket Office.
n Leave Union Depot for
Chicago. St. Louis and
down-river points. 7:30 a.
m. : Arrives from Chicago
*:15p. cd., except Sunday.
Leaves Union Depot for
Chicago and St. Louis, 7;tj
p. m. from same
points i :45 a. m. daily.
■ Trains leave St. Paul 12*33
p. in. and 7:40 p. m. daily
for Milwaukee, ("Incase*) ami
intermediate points. Arrive
from Chicago at 8:15 a. m.
and 8:45 d. in. dally. City
m m Ticket Office, "373 Robert
"** street. SRe&i
HEW t-fiastC AI.J-.at.ou-, s^uHiixiutj as-snjw
nClf rMtlCdi tUoKeatnres.Ueni.»-r^|
Inn Blemishes mid --kin Diseast-s In 100 pai;eß**''-9
book for a stamp. JOIiN U. \VOODBUKV,*Sjs>'
127 W. 42d St.. N. *f. Inventor Facial Soap. lmV^
Broach Offices: Boston, Phila., Chicago, St. Louis.
1 IPO IIS.
AGENTS— Wanted, young men as agents; sal
ary and commission. 18 and 19 Schutte
Block, Seventh and Jackson sts.
AGENTS $90 weekly salary 'to right parties.
Little work; a jnap ifor some one; new
scheme; failure impossible. Write for special
proposition. Lock Box 5308. Boston, Mass.
BARBER wanted Saturday. 341 Wabasha st.
BARBER— First-class barber wanted; steady
work. No. 86 East Seventh st.
CANVASSERS— Wanted, three young men of
good appearance, as vassers ; salary or
commission. Apply, , afternoon, 81 West
Third st. __\
I—m1 — ml — —
FARM HAND— Wanted, experienced farm
hand near the city; good horseman; steady
work; references required; call 11 to 1 Sat
urday. 533 Wabasha st.
HARNESSMAKER— A ' first-class harness
maker wanted at once." Address R. 11. Doe,
. Adrian, Minn. '
r-i rf— ■
TAILOR wanted; good ,all-*-ound hand. Ap
ply at once to Harry \ Bradford, Chatfleld,
Mlun.; must be sober 'man:
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, assets
$650,000. largest, strongest and best Minne- !
sola Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED— Traveling man who reaches the
Western dry goods trado, but Is not at pres
ent offering such goods is a part ot his reg
ular line, to carry a side line of high-grade
woolen flannels, blankets and yarns direct
from a large Western mill. Good opportun
ity for a lucrative side line. State position
held, experience, route covered, principal
towns, frequency and date of trips, etc. Ad
dress (I 58. Globe. St. Paul.
WANTED— An experienced salesman to sell j
our high-grade lubricating oils and greases. I
Liberal and satisfactory terms will be made I
with a competent man. Equitable Refining
Company. Cleveland, O. ___
WANTED— Men who will work for $75 month
salary or large commission selling staple
goods by sample to dealers. -Experience un
necessary. Write us. Household Specialty
Co.. 77 W 4th St.. Cincinnati, Q.
WANTED — Experienced smoking tobacco i
salesman on * commission for St. Paul and
Minneapolis; send references. Michie To
bacco Co., Goldsboro, N. C.
WANTED— A young man. competent stenog
rapher and operator on the Remington ma
chine; salary, $25 per month; address in
own handwriting, giving references, ev
perience. age, etc. "Railroad," Globe.
$60 TO $150 paid salesmen for cigars; ex
perience unnecessary; extra inducements
to customers. Bishop & Kline. St. Louis.
DINING. ROOM Wanted, a good din
ing room girl at the Marlborough, Summit
ay.. near Sixth st. ■
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. girl for general
housework in family of three. Call at 1*63
St. Peter st. ■ ■
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for gen
eral housework in a. small family. Call at
713 Holly ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. ; girl for general
housework; must be good cook. 781 Good
rich ay. _ l. .-,
HOUSEWORK— Wanted?, a girl about fifteen
years of age for light housework and assist
in care of children; Scandinavian preferred.
718 Sims st. '___
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for general
housework in a family of three. Apply, with
references, at 29 Arundel St., corner Port
land ay. V.- ' *. "■*"*'** ■'.■.-.•"?
WORK FOR : BOARD- - -- Wanted, an elderly
lady to work for board and .clothes; good
home for right party. Address O 59, Globe.
HORSES AND -CARRIAGES.
GOOD BUGGY for sale* cheap at Dallimore's
Livery, 254 East Eighth st.
THE HARD TIMES HARNESS COMPANY,
544 Rice St., is making -war on high prices;
harness from $4 up; No. 1 sweat pads, 35e.
REGISTERED STALLION FOR SALE— The
' celebrated dark-gray -. Percheron stallion
"Tell," 7414, from the Sawyer stock farm,
weighing I,Boo. pounds, and eight years old,
is offered for sale at a bargain. This animal
—a sure foal-getter— was purchased for $3,000
two years ago. May be seen at Barrett &
Zimmerman's Midway Sale Stables, at Min
nesota Transfer. -. j ;. -< ■ts**".*
300 HEAD OF FARM MARES, draft and gen
eral purpose horses and drivers for sale at
Barrett & . Zimmerman's new Midway Sale
Stables, at Minnesota Transfer. Fresh con
signments received daily. Auction every
Wednesday and Saturday. Private sale
daily. James Mulvehlll, Manager. ....
A FEW MORE SETS of : our street car and
second-hand work harness for sale cheap at
Barrett & Zimmerman's New Midway Sale
Stables, at Minnesota Transfer. James Mul
vehill. Manager. "-*: ■
ADVICE TO BORROWERS-Avoid paying
commission and exchange; avoid having
your mortgages sold East or abroad, which
generally necessitates * doing business
through middlemen. Borrow from a home
institution, with which you can do business
direct. Our State Savings Bank, Germania
Life Ins. Bldg., 4th and Minn, sts., has
money to loan on good security at moder
ate rates, charges no commission and gives
the "on or before" privilege.
ANY ONE CAN* BORROW MONEY, any
amount, on diamonds, watches, Jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriter, *at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's. 411 Robert st. ■ ' '
FIRST MORTGAGE " GOLD BONDS FOR
SALE- -SSOO each; (I per cent semi-annual
interest; time, 6 months to 5 years; we also
pay 6 per cent interest on sums of $50 and
upwards. Call and see us or write. Rob
bert P. Lewis Company. Sherman block,
Wabasha and Sixth sts., St. Paul.
MONEY TO LOAN— On .furniture, pianos,
etc.. to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal 'cloaks,- etc.; loans
can be repaid by installments, business
strictly private. Room 7. First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Mcrtgage Loan ; Co.
SEND FOR our new method of dealing in
stocks and grain: absolutely no shance for
loss: 20 per cent a month or more to be made.
H. B. Cram & Co., bankers and brokers.
Room 9. Nat. Ger.-Am. Bank bldg, St. Paul.
$50 TO $500. short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio. lnvestment Company,
seventh floor Globe Building. "
GLOBE Business Telegraph, School— Endlcott
Bldg; best school in city*., circulars free.
PROF. J. REMER'S * 6anGING~AC V,
Central Hall. Seventh" and' Cedar sts., opens
new class Monday, April 13th. Private in
struction a specialty. Office hours, 12 to 6
p. m. ; ■'; '*'■ ■
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND
Art, 2** East Exchange St., St. Paul— Piano,
violin, guiti-r, banjo and mandolin taught.
Lessons given in drawing and painting.
('ail or send for prospectus. . .
BUSINESS CHANCES. -
CIGAR STORE, news stand and household
furniture for sale; doing good- business;
reason for selling, going to California. II 60,
Globe. *.■-.-■ .
DEATH AND TAXES are the only "sure
things" in the world, and you don't have to
look for either of them. but you can look
as far as you want to -without finding a bet
ter business risk, than our $100 Investment
system; it pays $2 a day. Osbom. Crosby
& Co.", Kasota Building, Minneapolis. Men
tion Globe. ...:.- j c y, ...
WANT TO SELL— Barber shop: four chairs
and two bath rooms; best 'location in city;
will --ell cheap. E. Walter. 213 Bush st.,
Red Wing. Minn.
LADIES -. Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills (Diamond Brand) are tho best Safe,
reliable; take no other. Send 4c. stamps,
for particulars. "Relief, for Ladies," in
letter by return mail. . At Druggists. Chi-
Chester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
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REMOVAL — M'COLLt-M — M'COLLUM,
Locksmiths and Bellh^iigon*. have moved to
372 Minnesota st. Bicycle repairing, sun
dries, etc. Jobbing a specialty. Telephone
1379. ' ' ' **• '
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WIGS, switches, waves, ban^s, watch chains
made to order. Mis* Schellenberger, 99
West Seventh. "
KAHLERT & MINTELr-Mlnnesota Steam
Dye Works. 244 East Seventh.
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SITUATIONS WANTED— MALES.
BOY— A good and honest boy of 18 years would
like to have position of any kind. 312 Oneida
DRIVER— Strong young man. nineteen years,
wants work of any kind; good driver. Ad
dress 871 Burr st. .
DRIVER -A young man wants work; strong,
good driver; experience two years in a
grocery store. Address 831 Burr st.
DRUG CLERK— Wanted, drug clerk with two
or three years' experience In the business;
permanent position for the right man. Ap
ply P.-M... Forest River, N. D.
DELIVERY CLERK— Wanted— A married
German thirty-five years old wants posi
tion as. delivery clerk; good driver; two'
years' experience in the city in large retail
busines houses; references given. Ad
dress W. p., 463 Jackson st.
HOUSECLEANER— A man wanted to do gen
eral house or yard cleaning or window wash-
Ing. Call or address Laborer, 217 Carroll st.
PRINTER— Good all-around printer, strictly
temperate, with editorial experience, wants
situation in country offlce: best of refer
ences. Address Printer, 370 Jackson St.,
SALESMAN— Position wanted by salesman or
collector; has own rig; can give the best of
reference. F. C. C. 335 East Tenth.
j SITUATION wanted by a young man to act as
driver and lake care of horses for private
family; can give good city references. Call
or address N. 8.. 227 West Third St., city.
BOOKKEEPER wishes to take charge a
set of books evenings, and will also do
typewriting; will work cheap. Address 11.
V. Room 314, Grand Block..
; BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position as book
- keeper or salesman; six years' city experi
ence; references A 1; will work cheap; need
work. Address Bookkeeper, 355 North
Cnaehuien and Hostler*).
COACHMAN — Competent English coachman
wants situation; thoroughly understands
. care of horses, carriages and harnesses;
careful driver and obliging. First-class ref
erences. Address Charles Pestell, Hampton
House, East Third st.
HOSTLER— A reliable young man wants to
take care of horses or furnace for his board
and attend school. R. S.. C 47. Endicott
HOSTLER— Situation wanted by a young man
of good appearance; wants work of any
kind; truly understands the care of horses;
can give city references. Call or address
227 West Third st., city. ■■■
OFFICE WORK— young man desires a po
sition, either in a wholesale or retail busi
ness, to assist in office or to make himself
generally useful; has no objection to leaving
the city. Address F 59, Globe.
OFFICE BOY— A boy sixteen years of age
would like a position in office or store. Call
or address N. 8.. 231 Smith ay.
OFFICE BOY-A boy about sixteen would
like a position in office or store. Call or
address W. 11.. 231 Smith ay.
j OFFICE WORK— Situation wanted by young
man twenty-one at office work or anything
which is offered him; am a good penman.
Address J. P. M., 239 Carroll st.
STENOGRAPHER— As stenographer, by a
young man nineteen years old; willing to do
other work besides. Please address J. H.
S., Coton College, Minneapolis, Minn.
STENOGRAPHER-Rapid, accurate and ex
perlenced.wlth good references, desires situa
tion in some good business office in city;
man of family, good habits and attentive to
business. P 60. Globe.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will sell
at public auction to the highest bidders for
cash, at N0.' 665 East Seventh St.. St. Paul,
Minn., on Tuesday. March 31st, 1896, begin
ning at ten (10) o'clock a. m., the. balance of'
the personal property belonging to the estate
of Stella B. Conger, deceased, late of Wash
ington, D. C., still remaining In my hands as
executor, and consisting in part of silver
ware and silver-plated ware, ornaments,
wearing apparel and jewelry, table cutlery,
dishes, vases, pictures, books, plaques, rugs,
cushions, curtains, bed clothing, napkins,
towels, etc. The property will be on exhi
bition at said place of sale on March 28th
and 30th, 1896, and on day of sale. Dated
March 19th, 1896. James K. Humphrey, Ex
ecutor. Kavanagh & Co., Auctioneers.
FINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Second-
Hand and Misfit Carpets— l will sell at pub
lic auction in the salesroom, Nos. 22 and 24
East Seventh, •on Saturday, March 21, at
10 a. m.. a very large and choice collection
of household goods, consisting of three very
handsome parlor suits, easy chair, Turkish
rocker, fine sofas, divans, hall trees, fine
oak and cherry bedroom suits, folding beds,
bureaus, commodes, iron beds, mattresses,
pillows, comfortables, etc.; a large lot of
crockery ware, dinner sets, glassware, etc.;
about 2,000 yards of body Brussels and in
grain carpets. These goods are all first
class, having been used but a short time,
and have had the best of care. A. G. John
• son, Auctioneer, 22 and 24 East Seventh
. LOST AXD FOUND.
BADGE FOUND— On Sunday.a badge.on Burr
st. ; can have same by proving property. Ad
dress 623 Rose st.
BOOK LOST— Medical book, "International
Clinics for 1&96;" return to Dr. Wirth, 207
Martin St., for reward.
CAPE LOST— seal cape, trimmed witn
marten, near Seven corners. Return to No.
234 West Fifth St., Flat 1, and receive re
CLASP LOST— On Thursday, March 19. a
black belt with a silver clasp, with the let
ter H engraved on center of clasp. Finder
please return to H. W. Phillips, Room 57,
Court House, and leceive twice the value
DOG LOST— A small, white fox terrier dog,
with one brown ear; liberal reward for the
return of same to 302 South Exchange st.
I DOG FOUND— A small white dog; owner can
have same by calling at 868 Palace st. and
DOG FOUND— A young St. Bernard, Feb. 28;
owner, can have same by describing to G. D.
2 Andrews. Great Northern shops.
KEY LOST— WiII the lady who called for key
to rent house be kind enough to return same?
402 Summit place. - ___:
MANUSCRIPT MUSIC Between Abor
garst, on Seventh st., and Pleasant ay., a
piece of manuscript music written with
pencil. Finder will kindly return the
same to Mrs. C. R. Groff, 311 Pleasant ay.,
< .and receive reward.
MUFFLER LOST— Corner of Fifth and Wa
basha sts., black astrachan muffler; finder
will please return to 646 Burr st. and receive
PIN LOST— A society pin. D. of R., on East
Seventh or Pine st.; finder please return to
A. S. Hervin, £68 Sherburne ay.
j POCKETBOOK LOST— WiII the person who
found pocketbook: left at St. Louis' church
Sunday, March 15, at 8:30 mass, return lt to
I 243 Spruce st. and receive reward?
j POCKETBOOK LOST— On Saturday, a pock
etbook on Sixth St.. between Mannheimer
building and Mannheimer store; finder
please return to **6, Mannheimer building,
and receive reward.
. FARM LANDS.
MINNESOTA PRAIRIE AND TIMBER
Lands— lf you want to buy or. sell prairie or
timber lands or improved farms anywhere
in the state of Minnesota, if you have large
or small tracts to dispose of, write to or call
on Theodore F. Koch, 176 East Third st,
ground floor, St. Paul. Minn., wholesale
dealer and colonizer. Reliable agents want
NORTH CAROLINA LANDS suitable for
fruits, vegetables, grain and dairy.
Rich soil, partly cleared.
Adjoining railroads. -
' Capable of producing . two or three crops
I yearly. Only thirty miles from Atlantic
oeena. Splendid markets. * .-:.■' **"..'.'
Unsurpassed and healthy climate.
Prices from $5 to $8 per acre. -. Easy terms.
For particulars, excursion. rates, etc., ad
! dress: Columbus Co.; N. C, Land Company,
i Western Office. No. 202 Drake Block. St.
- Paul. Minn. '
CHIROPODIST — Good thing "'for sore feet
(Good Luck Salve); sure cure for chilblains
and all other frost bites. It your druggist
will not get it for you, send or call on W.
11. Lockwood. chiropodist, 293 and 294 Endl
cott Arcade Building. 25 cents. t>o cents and
M PEOPLES 11.
SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE.
A LADY would like work by the day at
anything; will work cheap. Call A.. 405
COMPANlON— Situation wanted as companion
or to take care of children by a young
lady. 951 Payne ay.
EMPLOYMENT— lady would like work by
the day at anything; will work cheap. Call
or address A.. 405 Rice st. ___,
LINEN ROOM GIRL— A lady wants the posi
tion of linen room girl in city or country;
has had experience. Address M., 51 Ex
OFFICE WORK— A young lady would like to
do office work of any kind. Address 446
D revs hi aL I a i*;.
DRESSMAKER, with first-class references,
would like a few places to sew in families; I
prices reasonable. Call or address 198 East j
Tenth St., city.
DRESSMAKING in families or at home; work
done cheap for the next 30 days; satisfaction •
guaranteed. Call at 127 East Eleventh, '
Room 28. . ■
DRESSMAKER— A good dressmaker wants j
work of any kind; will work cheap and
good cutter and fitter. Address Mrs. C. j
Roslne, 682 Orange St., city.
DRESSMAKER— A good dressmaker wants j
work of any kind; will work cheap, and good
cutter, and fitting good. Address Mrs. C.
Roslne, CB2 Orange st., city.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home; will I
sew cheap for the next thirty days; good
satisfaction guaranteed. Call 127 East
Tenth st., Room 28.
HOUSEWORK -A girl would like to have a
place to do housework. Call at 663 Virginia
ay. Miss Annie Smith.
HOUSEKEEPER— A young lady wishes a po- ',
sition as housekeeper; can give good refer
ences; no objection to leaving city. Address
_T 58, Globe.
HOUSEKEEPER— A widow with a child three
years old wishes for situation as house
keeper. Call at 351% Goodhue ay. None
out of the city need apply.
HOUSEWORK— A young girl wants a' place '
for general housework or nurse. . Apply 439 \
St. Peter st.
j HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted. position as a
housekeeper, by an American lady, with |
child; no objection to leaving city; can give
reference. Call or address M., 43 East
Eleventh St.. corner Cedar. ,:...':■;
LAUNDRESS— A first-class laundress would
like rough-dry washing to do at home; j
clothes called for and delivered. Address
Laundress. 456 East Sixth st.
LAUNDRESS— Wanted, by a first-class laun- |
dress, washing, ironing and house and
office cleaning; will work reasonable. Please ]
call or address 50 West Tenth St.. Room 2.
NURSE— Wanted, position as male nurse in
private family; long experience. Address
F.J. K__ __ West Ninth st.
NURSE— experienced nurse wishes to take !
care of sick in private family for $40 and
board per month. Address L 59, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER — V young lady stenograph- |
er and typewriter, accustomed to general of- ;
fice work,' desires a position; can write good i
hand, and also furnish the best of references, |
and is willing to work for a reasonable com- ,
pensation. Address 351 Sherburne ay., cor
ner Virginia. - ■--
STENOGRAPHER, who can assist on books,
desires a position or would like work to
do at home; can furnish machine. Ad
dress 191 Ramsey st.
STENOGRAPHER— Lady stenographer desires
a position; has had experience; willing to
work . for a reasonable compensation. . 411
CANARY BIRD AND CAGE for sale; good
singer; cheap. 656 Hawthorne st.
I BICYCLE— to sell $73 bicycle as
good as new for about half-price. Address
No. 403 Martin st.
WANTED TO BUY.
TYPEWRITER— Wanted to buy, second-hand
Smith Premier typewriter; must be in good
condition and cheap for cash. Address, stat-
Ing price. O 57. Globe.
Articles of Association or the Lower
Tamarack Improvement Com
The undersigned hereby associate them
selves together and sign these articles of i
agreement for the purpose of becoming in- j
corporated! under and in pursuance of the
provisions of title one (1) of chapter thirty
four (34), General Statutes IS7B, and do here
by set forth the following as their articles of
The name of this corporation shall be the
Lower Tamarack Improvement Company. '
The general nature of its business the j
improvement of the Lower Tamarack
river and all its branches, from the j
mouth thereof at the St. Croix i
river, in Town forty-one (41), Range sixteen
(16), to the sources of the same and all its
branches. All in the County of Pine and
State of Minnesota. For the holding, driving I
and handling of logs, timber and lumber !
The principal place of its business other I
than the improvement of said stream and
the holding, driving and handling of logs,
timber and lumber therein will be the City
of Stillwater, Minnesota.
The time of the commencement of this j
corporation shall be March 12th, A. D. 1896, ;
and the period of its continuance fifty (50) I
The capital stock shall be fifteen thousand
dollars, which shall be paid in as the board
of directors may determine.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shall at any i
time be liable shall not exceed its authorized j
The name . and place of residence of the
persons forming this association for incor
poration are David Tozer, Frederick Tozer,
David Tozer Jr.. George Chambers and Dan
iel J. McCuish. all residents of the said City i
of Stillwater, Minnesota.
The name of the first board of directors are
said David Tozer, Frederick Tozer, David
Tozer Jr., George Chambers and Daniel J.
Its government and management of its
affairs shall be vested in a board of direct- I
ors consisting of five.
At the first meeting of the stockholders a !
board of directors may be elected, which i
board shall hold until the Thursday preced
ing the first day of April, A. D. 1597, and j
when a new board may be elected, and i
thereafter such board shall be elected in each ;
I and every year on the Thursday preceding
the first day ot April.
All persons elected as directors shall hold
! until their successors are elected. Upon a
I failure to elect at the time stated above, an
election may be held thereafter at any reg- i
ular meeting of the stockholders.
The number of shares of capital stock shall
be three hundred shares of fifty ($50.00) dol- !
lars each. -■'''. I
'■ In witness whereof we have hereunto set
j our hands and seals this 12th day of March
A. D. 1896.
D\VID TOZER. (Seal.)
. FREDERICK TOZER, (Seal.)
DAVID TOZER JR.. (Seal.)
GEORGE CHAMBERS. (Seal.)
- DANIEL J. M'CUISH. (Seal.)
In presence of the undersigned witnesses: '
M. W. Hanks.
James N. Castle.
State of Minnesota, County of Washing- !
On this 12th day of March, A. D. 1896. per- |
sonally appeared before me David Tozer,
Frederick Tozer, David Tozer Jr., George
Chambers and Daniel J. McCuish. each to me |
personally known to be the persons described i
in and who joined In the execution of and :
' affixed his hand and seal to the above instru-
I ment and duly acknowledged the execution
! thereof for the uses and purposes therein
(Notarial JAMES N. CASTLE.
Seal.) Notary Public,
Washington County, Minnesota.
j State of Minnesota, Department of State.
. I hereby certify that the within Instru- i
i ment was filed for record in this office on j
j the 13th day of March, A. D. 18M, at 3
' o'clock P. M.. and was duly recorded in ;
. Book P 2 of incorporations, on page
ALBERT BERQ. Secretary of State. , 1
I peoples m
FOR RENT— HOUSES.
T nm?mv,, RE £X INT G AGENCY - GLOBE
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES
STORES. OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OF
LECT iONS PR ° PEKTr AND MAKKS CO°£
J. \V. She parti, JM East 41 h St.
RENTS Houses, Store*. Oflicess, Steam-
Heated Apartments. Collects Rent*,
Acts as Owner** Agent.
CARDIGAN RENTAL AGENCY. 22 EAST
i-ourth. rents houses. data, stores; prop
HOUSES— S23 each for four handsome brick
houses; hardwood finish, furnace, gas fix
tures, laundry, mantels, storm and screen
windows; newly papered and painted
throughout: excellent condition; East
Fourth and Maria ay. J. W. Shepard. 91
NOV* *-— Thoroughly modern ten-room bouse]
Mid Dayton ay.: detached: large ground,
good barn; location excellent. J. VV. Shep
an! & Co., 94 Ea.st Fourth st.
HOUSE— 37!* East Eighth St.; eleven rooms'
modern Improvements; rent low. Will noi
nt r/ or boarding house. D. Bergman & Co.,
ISO East Third st.
ABBEY'S EUROPEAN HOTEL, 21 Bast Fifth
st.; furnished rooms for rent; open day and
»*«■■— F. D. Abbey. Proprietor.
Room*. ~ '
ROOMS— furnished rooms; steam heat,
gas, use of bath; outlook on Central park;
six minutes' from. Ryan; private family, (J
•it-, Globe. **-**ti*M
SUMMIT AY., 115— Two pleasant rooms. *
TENTH ST.. 366 AST-Near Lafayette Park
—Two very desirable newly furnished
rooms, modern conveniences, with or with
':', .. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
13 ACRES on a beautiful lake within foil*
miles of Minneapolis at a bargain.
120 acres of land under high state of cultlva
tion three miles south of Minneapolis on
$40 per acre buys 80 acres on White Bear road,
within seven miles of center of St. Paul
H. A. CAMPBELL. Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE— Nursery and fruit farm two and *
a half miles from town; 1,000 bearing trees
small fruits, 8,000 nursery trees and plants)
18*,*. acres first-class . river bottom land,
house, barn, good water, etc. For further
information address Richard Bauer. Box
171. Roseburg. Or.
Houses for Sale.
TWO CLEAR HOUSES IN ST. PAUL, worth
J*.',"')!, and $4,400 respectively, for sale. or
will exchange for property in or near Bos
ton. Mass. M. R. Pattee. No. 1210 Fourth su
Mi so ell an en us.
4,000 acres of improved and unimproved
lands in Cottonwood county, near towns and
markets, for sale cheap.
4,500 acres in Lac gui Parle county, cheap.
Will sell all in a body or in parcels.
TIMBER LANDS— Excellent farming lands,
near railroad and market, from $2 per acre.
Parties wishing to buy land should get map
at my office. Anybody wishing to sell lands
can do so through my office, as I have agents*
all ovei the country. More good agents
wanted. • ... E. 11. HOBE.
315 Jackson St.. St. Paul.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— -———
Madame Teitsworth; prices reduce*! • 59
cents; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth
EMMA THORSON, magnetic physician, 513
Seventh st. south, Minneapolis; also instr-*-**"*
tion in physical culture.
MRS. DR. MOSS. St. Paul's most popular
clairvoyant, should be consulted at ones*
by all who wish to better their condition
of life. 513 Wabasha St., opposite the cap
itol. • -..'."..
MANICURING PARLORS, 32 _ Sixth St. South,'
Flat 1, Minneapolis— Hours, 10 a. m. to 9 p.
m. Formerly of the Alhambra, Globe Build
____. St. Paul.
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BOARD— Rooms and board in the finest loca
tion in the city. No. 39 West Fifth, op
poslte Windsor Hotel.
BOARD— and board; special accom
modations for doctors' patients In the city.
No. 39 West Fifth, opposite Windsor Hotel,
STRANGERS IN THE CITY WILL FIND ex
cellent accommodations, location central fog
business people, at The Miner, 162 College
— . PIANOS. _
BEHR BROS., magnificent mahogany upright!
cost $450, for $225; $10 per month; a decided
bargain. Raudenbush, No. 14 West Sixth st.
STEINWAY. KNABE. BEHR BROS, and oth.-i
second-hand upright pianos at less than half
price; prices from $135 to $250; $10 per month.
Raudenbush, No. 14 West Slxtj-i st.
SQUARE PlANOS— Haines Bros, and others;
$35 and upwards. Raudenbush, No. 14 Weal
TO EXCHANGE— ReaI estate for small stock
of merchandise. Call or address 929 Uni
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vertisements must bo written on this
blank nnd sent to THE GLOBE Ad
vertising Department,' St, Paul,
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