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(Good Morning^-The People's Wants Are Told Below==Read Them.
WANTS MAY BE LEFT
gfct the following locations for Inser
tion in the Dally and Sunday Globe,
fct the name rates aa are charged by
I the main office.
HAMLINE.
itlamline Pharmacy .^prog Store
, 750_SNELLTNQ AVENUE.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
LOWER TOWlf.
Iwilllam K. Collier Drugstore
BEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
ffoseih Argay ' Drug Store
, COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
If. D. Merrill News Stand
448 BROADWAY. ,
MEHRIAM PARK.
' i at Wnnlser Drug Store
:j%rf ANTHONY °ANT> PRTOR AVENTTES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Vmii null druggist
I ORAND'AV. AND ST. ALBANS.
; ' 235 RONDO STREET.
U. T. Guernsey . ...Drug Store
" 171 DALE STREET.
ferafVott'a Pharmacy
L VICTORIA AKP gTCLBY AVEHUEB.
WEST SIDES.
The Eclipse Drug Store. _,„_,
I 6. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVEVTTS.
'fJenre-B Mart! DrufT stor»
;' &#> V, !a SHA* AND F AIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription StorflL
\ |V PORKER STATE AND CONOORO.
ilk T WnTl Drugstore
k COR. s/WABASHA AND TSABEL.
ITI'P&R TOWS.
_. TT Reeves T>r»ie «tor#
S MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
JC. T TlPller Colonnade Drue Store
~ pt pi^TER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J WW* Drug Store
n EAST SEVENTH STRFTET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
( > 456 WCE STREET.
t. to. E. Lnwe *>™X storo
* ? ROBERT ANP TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wlncott & Co - -prue Store
I npRVFR RTCW AVD TGLEHART.
AikuMtrTOA HILLS.
t. R Marellus *>™* stor»
I CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
'A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
__ 854 PAYNE AVENTJE.
' f~ WEST SEVENTH STREET.
*_» & G. A. Schumather Drug Store
I 499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
B. 3. Muller JI ru_^ tor 6
I t COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
I f UNION PARK.
I * C A. Monphow Cigars and Tobacco
TTNIVEKSTTY ANT> PTUOR AVENUES.
v^s^Tticket office
ig&/ EAST THIRD ST.
Diuiiig Cars on Winnipeg and ,--ST. PAUL.- -.
I . Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. ArrlTe.
Vi ,Puget Sound Mall (daily) for
' Fargo, Bozemau, Butte, Hel
ena, Missoula, Spokane, Ta
coma, Seattle and Portland... 3:l3pru 5:55p.m
' /Oregon Express (dally^ for
MboTbead, Fargo, Fergus
Falls, Wahpeton. Crookstou,
, Grand Forks. Grafton, Win
nipeg aud the Pacific Coast... 8:00 pm 7:lC_.m
Fdrgo Local (dally except Sun
dny) for St Cloud, Brainerd
endFargo 9:00 am|.>:3op.m
i. riiJhniiti First Dors mid Tourist Sleepers.
1 s _i$M lffl ml:
*^f?^iiMP^395 ROBERT ST -'
1) n!_Jfe_^97 CORNER SIXTH,
\y^^mS^ ('PHONE 480) AND
\ lliiillill_s UNION DEPOT.
Leare. | tEx. Snn. •Dully. | Arrive.
I "K:loam /*» ■ ■ ■ /** A /~S g*\ *7:;! Jam
JB!fo?sCHICAQO*»:g»
t!0:10 am .Dnluth, Superior, Ashland. +s:sopra
*]] ;Ci pm ....Duluth andSuDenor
*10:05 am Su City, Omaha _ Kan. Cltr '6:55 pm
t!o:osam Elmore, Su Falls. Plpestone •ffS:sf»pm
t4:30 pm .Mankato. New Ulm, Tracy, tfl :35 am
>i, i tlo:CDam .Watertown. Huron, Pierre. t6:sspm
. ■ 1 «8:15 pro Sioux City, Omaha, Kam.Cy. *7:25 am
; »ft:lspmr'Cflilfbrulaln Three Pava" «7:9.1 am
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad.
Lv —BT.PAUL—Ar.
Chicago "Day" Express.. tß:osam tl0:10pm
Chicago •'Atlantic" Ex... •2:55pm *11:35 am
Chicago "Fast Mall" *6:Sspm *2:oopm
Chicago 'Vestibule" Llm. »8:10pm *7:soam
Chicago via Dubuque +*:50pm tll:00am
Dubuque via La Crosse... tf :05 a m tlO :10 pm
« I Peoria via Mason City.... *450pm *ll:00am
i St. Louis and Kansas City. *6:3 Sam *6:33 pm
Wilbankond Way. tfc:Joa m *6:3opm
Milbank, Fargo and Ab
erdeen *G:iripm »?:10am
•Dally. tEx. Sun. JEx. Sat. Mou.
For full information, call at Ticket Office.
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
Leave Arrive
Bt. Paul. *Daily. tEx. Sunday. St. Paul.
tS:3oa.m. DULUTH "7:15 a. m.
*2:15 p.m. ?? c ,," mA _ t2,50p. m.
Ig »ll:15p. m. W. SUPERIOR... «6:2T> p. m.
""From Union Depot. CITY TICKET OFFICE,
Tf t Robert Street.
Trains leave St. Paul Union D»
' iiartwWffP poi as follows: Daily, l:4T>p. m.,
*_^9_T©l§ ">rNew York, Boston, Montreal
|ff<|jißAso! and Eastern points. Dining car
■S__y^TSk Rnd throuch Boston Sleeper at-
I'FsP_lll_fi tacQed- Daily, 9:05 a, in., for Se
i I_^__23;'' nl'.le' Tnconia.. Portland ancl Ta
tHJg_BSiSS*» cific Coast points. Through sleep
er to Seattle attached. Daily,
except Sunday. Cilop. m. for Glenwood from
Minneapolis. From Broadway Etation, except
Sunday, Wisconsin Div. Local, 9:35 a. m.; St.
■_» Croix Fulls Accommodation. C:f':>p.m. '
MAPLE LEAF ROUTE. Ticket OiEce«: Cor. Eobert and sth
B—. and Union Depot- Trains lea re Union Depot, St. Paul,
at 7:30 P. m. Daily, and 7:30 A.m., Except Sunday, for
DubtKino, CHICAGO, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Marahalltown,
Pe3 Motees, St. Joi?eph : Ltavcnworch agd KANBA3 CITY.
Dodge G'onter Local lsavcs at i P. m. Dally.
Tralrj from Kansas City arrive at 7:20 A.m. and 2:30 P.m.
Daily, and 7:28 P. m., Except Sunday, and from Chicago at
7:30 A.m. and 2:30 P.m, Daily, and 7:28 P. m., Except
Sunday.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
i Ticket Olnee. IWK. Third St. 'Phone 114 i.
| Leave. |*Daily. tßxcept Susdat. Arrive
!Ifc:of:nni!Breck. Division & Branches ts:33pm
+8:20 am! F' bus Falls Div. & Brauchos t6: i 5 pm
V: :l( pmjWillmar via St Cloud. tio:4oam
»' :U pmjlSreck., Fargo,Gd.F'«,W'peg *7:50 am
•t':00 iruiiloutiuia aud Pacific Coast.. *ti:00 pm
*6:1;" pnilSt.Cluud, Cr'kst'n, Gd.F'ks. *7:15 am
W.W pm|R_celMor& Hutehinson.... tl0:00am
EASTEBM MiMMESOTA-a. W. RY.
■£#;.![ °«'"th.Wert Superior j fr«pm
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R.
LEA ROUTE."
" Leave | *Daiiy, tEx. Sunday. | Arrive
I I I Alb't Lea, Dcs Moiiies, I
; to.ooft.m. )Ccd. Rp'.ls, Kan. City ( t7:50 p.m.
t£:3s a.m. Watcrt'u & lied. Falls Ex. H;55 p.m.
•7:00 p.m. Dos Molnes _ Omnha Lim *B:si a.m.
*7:00 p.m. Cliicago & St. Louis Lim. *8:55a.m
,+4:35 p.m. Albeit Lea & Mankato Loc t10:35 a.m.
• Trains I cave $T- paul
daily for Chicago and Intermedi
ate points and at 7:40 p. ni. daily
for Milwaukee, Chicago and in
termediate poiutf.
Arrive from Chicago at S:lsa.
m. and 3:45 p. m. daily. City
Ticket Office, 87; i Robert Street'
I' _&_&:'' >_aa&g&sc'.ttl Union Depot for
I ; «E Chicago. St. Louis and
' I • ' WfifKtmnfSfSs dpwp-rjver poiuu. 7:% a.
.^ft^p. f.^lfives-from-Chlcßgo,
*™"Jt'" •''-.r "**!_. """"ft Sunday.
tmA^ffluSKmy- m. Arrives from tama
wUtSBSBtsBBBu points 7 ;4£ a. m. daily.
SITUATIONS OFFERED—MALES.
BAKER wanted; all round man. Address
Lange Bros., Chippewa Falls, Wis.
BARBER—Wasted, a first-class barber at the
Manhattan.
BUTCHER—Wanted, a first-class butcher;
permanent situation. Address Theodore
Ramer, Wabasha, Minn.
BUTTER PACKER — Wanted, experienced
butter packer; state wages expected and
give reference. Address E 80, Globe.
COOK—Short order cook wanted at Gem res
taurant. Still water; wages, fl per day.
PAINTERS wanted^ Apply to J. H. Nickel,
Sixth and Summit ay.
REMOVAL SALE of new and second-hand
household goods at 22 and 24 East Sev
enth st
TINNER—First-class tinner wanted. Corner
Selby and St. Albans st.
THE HANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, asseu
$650,000. largest, strongest and best Minne
sota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Dougla*
Putnam, Secretary. St Paul. Minn.
WANTED—Good boy. 18 East Third st.
WANTED—Several young men to learn bar
ber trade and work for ub In our shops;
good salary as soon as competent; special
Inducements for out-of-city students; rio
other chance like this to become your own.
master in only two months; will donate
complete outfit of tools from beginning.
Write for catalogue. Twin City Barber Col
lege. 223 Washington ay. south, Minneapo
lis.
WANTED—Agents can make fSO weekly In
any locality, failure utterly Impossible.
Will prove It or forfeit one hundred dol
lars. Address P. O. Box 5308, Boston, Mass.
*60 TO $150 A MONTH and expenses paid
salesmen for cigars. Experience unneces
sary. Standard goods. Little Clerk cigar
machine fre* to each customer. Bishop &
Kline. St. Louis. Mo.
Females.
CIGAR AND CONFECTIONERY STORE in
business part of city for sale cheap; ice
cream parlor connected. 116 East Seventh.
COOK—Wanted, a cook, who is a good laun
dress, and a capable second girl. Apply,
with references. 595 Summit ay.
DINING ROOM GlßL—Wanted, a dining
room girl; also a ktonen girl; at the Twin
City Restaurant, 459 Wabasha st.
HOUSEWORK—A good girl lor light house
work. 220 Granite st.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a good girl at 228
Pleasant ay.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a girl to help at
housework at once. 418 Blair st..
HOUSEWORK—A competent girl to do
housework; good wage 3. 739 Rondo st.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, competent girl for
general housework. Apply Mrs. Jamay, 84
Sherburne ay.
HOUSEWORK—Neat, clean German girl
about sixteen; small family; need not know
cooking and baking. Call after 6:30 p. m.,
695 Iglehart st.
HOUSEWORK—A good girl wanted for gen
eral housework. 535 Robert st.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, girt for general
housework; housecleaning is done. SOl
Goodrich av^
LAUNDRESS WANTED for first-class fam
ily; wages, $20. 417Ve Wabasha at. Room 7.
WASHERWOMAN—Wanted, 631 Fairmont
ay., experienced woman to do washing and
ironing.
6ITIJATIOJIS WANTED—MALES.
B ookkeepen.
BOOKKEEPER—First-class, reliable book
keeper, competent to handle any office or
set of books, wants a situation; very best
of city references. Address C, 375 Minne
sota st.
Salesmen.
SALESMAN—Dry goods clerk wants position
as salesman, mail order or stock clerk,
with large house; city or country. 419
Marshall, city.
SALESMAN—Experienced city salesman and
collector wants position; married man; good
references. Address V 74. Globe.
Cnachmen and Hostlers.
COACHMAN — First-class driver, German,
wants position with private family; good
references. W. X., 450 Fort st. north.
HOSTLER—A man who understands care of
horses would like a position; can furnish
reference. V 73, Globe. •
Clerics.
CLERK—Wanted, by a young man of good
character, a situation where he could make
a living and attend school evenings; have
clerked in grocery store and can drive
horses. Please address W. F., 647 Endicott
Building.
CLERK—A young man wants a position as
grocery clerk; twenty-two years old; six
years' experience; or to deliver goods; well
acquainted around town; can give good
references; can speak German. Address
M. Manke, 777% Fauquier st
CLERK—A young man wants a position as
hardware clerk; can give references; five
years' experience; twenty-four years old.
Address H. Groetset, 729 Edgertoa St., St
Paul.
HOTEL CLERK—Young man with experi
ence and best of reference from former em
ployer is seeking a position; steady and
tending strictly to business. Address N.,
Algona, lowa.
Office Work,
OFFICE WORK—Boy sixteen years of age
of good education, wishes situation In of
fice or elsewhere, where he can make him
self generally useful. Address R., 411 Bid
well.
Miscellaneous.
BOY—Wanted, by steady, reliable boy, situ
ation in some cycle house, where he can
earn a wheel. Call or address E. C. P.,
542 Minnesota st
BAKER — First-class baker wants position;
country preferred. Address Fred Beyer, 30
Leech st, St. Paul, Minn.
BAKER wants position; three years' ex
perience at broad; will also learn cake bak
ing if he gets a chance. C. Z., 392 Wacouta
street.
BARBER—First-class barber wants position;
am steady and can give references. Box 42,
Renwick, 10.
COOK —First-class aW-arou»d cook wants sit
uation in hotel; steady man. Address Jim
Smith, Tracy, Minn.
CLERK, cashier or any position of trust; a
gentleman whose discharges-are In order is
open to an engagement. G 78, Globe.
CLERK—A position wanted by a young man
that has had eight years' experience In
clothing and gents' furnishings; no objec
tion to leaving city. C. A. L., 261 Eighth
st
DlSTlLLEß—Gentleman with long practical
experience open to engagement; is a first
class compounder and a certificated analyist
I. W.. 463 Selby ay.
EMPLOYMENT—A boy seventeen years of
age desires work of any kind; Is willing to
work. Address Leonhard Kalkes, Chaska,
Minn.
EMPLOYMENT—Position wanted v by young
man who has had two years' experience in
collecting and office work for a wholesale
house in Minneapolis; best of references
furnished; also understands and is well
posted on bicycles. Address P. B. W., 686
Marshall ay.
EMPLOYMENT—A boy of sixteen would like
to have work of any kind. Address R. S.,
312 Oneida st.
EMPLOYMENT—Young man with splendid
education and A 1 references, desires posi
tion paying a living salary; willing to leave
the city. C. F. P., 419% Wabasha.
EMPLOYMENT—A good and honest boy of
sixteen years would like to have work of
any kind. J. E., 312 Oneida st.
PHOTOGRAPHER—Wanted, a situation in
a photograph gallery, by. a youg man; no
objection to country; I am a first-class
printer. Address B. L. W., 961 St Anthony
ay., St. Paul. Minn.
TINNER wants place; can fto plumbing, gas
fitting and everything in the line; can fur
nish good reference. P. I_ S., Amboy,
Minn,, P. O. Box 1290.
Will leave for St'Lalifs.and" mterrugdiate laud
ings Fi-uiMy> 3luy JrlKi^at *'<>. Itt.
For fuH tnformatkm-regsrdiiiiHfoKserigcr and
freight rates address C. R. BROCKWAY, General
Agent, Office; foot of 'Stblev -B&eet. opposite ,
Union Depot, St. i'ftul. TUepboiMi callj |», '
THIS 1 fAUI, DAIXrY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY^ G, l§9a
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALES.
PORTER—Wanted—A good, honest, sober
and trustworthy young man of twenty-nine
desires position; has experience and is will-
Ing to work hard for moderate wages, as
porter in private place or watchman; un
derstands horses and driving; speaks good
English and Swedish. Address L. S., 898
(up stairs) Woodbridge Bt., city.
TAlLOß—Experienced cotter and tailor wants
situation; will take trimming Job. Address
Nels A. Waldal, 215 Freemont ay. north,
Minneapolis.
TEAMSTER—Steady, sober Scandinavian of
twenty-four seeks position of some kind as
teamster or driver for commission hous«
or any other offered; good worker and well
acquainted in city. Address C. W., 415
Rosabel.
TEAMSTER—J. J. Roberts would like a sit
uation aa teamster in city; eleven years'
experience; or any night or any kind of
work; can give good references. 169 St.
Anthony ay.
WORK FOR BOARD—A trustworthy young
man wants a place to work for board and
attend school. Please address B. A., 647
Endtcott Building.
SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALE.
HsueworK.
HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted at once, a situa
tion as housekeeper in or out of city where
there is no objection to a boy of four years
o!d. Address 888 Conway St., St. PauL
HOUSEKEEPER — Wanted, by steady, re
liable person, situation as housekeeper in
family where there are no small children;
will work for light wages and good home.
Call or address Housekeeper, 542 Minnesota
st. _
HOUSEKEEPER—A young widow lady wants
situation as housekeeper. 241 West Ninth
street.
HOUSEWORK—I would like a place to as
sist In housework. 1058 Jessie St.
HOUSEWORK—German girl wants to do
housework In small family. Call 469 Mich
lg--n st ;
HOUSEKEEPER—I want light housekeeping,
with or without children or washing; ref
erences furnished; can do any kind of light
work. Lock Box 10, South Stlllwater.
HOUSEWORK—A good Swedish girl wants a
place to do housework; can do work for
good wages. Address 433 Case st,, St. Paul,
the Woman's Missionary Home.
HOUSEKEEPER—Want« 4, a position as
housekeeper by a young woman who has
good references. Address M. W., 103
West Tenth. __
DresMTuoKliisr.
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing at 44»
Rondo st.
DRESSMAKER, with good references, would
like a few more family places; will sew
reasonable. Address 198 East Tenth, city.
DRESSMAKING at home or in families; chil-.
dren's dresses a specialty. 644 Selby ay.
DRESSMAKING—An experienced dressmak
er wants sewing by the day In families.
Call or address 215 Rondo st.
Stenographers.
STENOGRAPHER — Lady stenographer de
sires a position; has experience in law
work; has own typewriter, and willing to
work for a moderate compensation. V 72,
globe. w
STENOGRAPHER—Experienced lady stenog
rapher and bookkeeper desires position;
can furnish best of references; moderate
salary. 81 Iglehart st.
STENOGRAPHER — Thoroughly competent
lady stenographer desires a position. Ad
dress A.. 875 Rice Bt.. city.
STENOGRAPHER — Wanted, position by
young lady as stenographer and assistant
bookkeeper; has had several years' expe
rience; can furnish references. Address X
39. Globe.
STENOGRAPHER — A competent and expe
rienced stenographer and typewriter, with
some knowledge of bookkeeping, wishes a
position; references. Address E. R., No.
226 East Tenth St., city.
Wunhinff.
LAUNDRESS —A colored girl would like shirt
waists or other ironing to do in a laundry;
is experienced. Address A., 165 Como ay.
LAUNDRESS — Wanted, position by young
lady thoroughly experienced in all kinds of
laundry work; is desirous of position in or
out of city. Address H. N., 93 West Sev
enth st, St. Paul, Minn.
LAUNDRESS—A first-class laundress would
like rough dry washing to do at home;
five dozen for $1; clothes called for
and delivered. Address Laundress, 456
__East_Sixth.
WASHING AND IRONING neatly done at a
reasonable price; will go out housecleaning
by day. Mrs. Roatz, 166 Mcßoal Bt. \
WASHING—Ladj wants to take In washing
or go out housecleaning by the day. 139 I
East Tenth at.
WASHING—Women would like to go out
washing or house cleaning. Call 411 East
Fifth.
WASHING—A lady wishes day work. wash-
Ing, house cleaning and confinement cases;
can give the best of references. Pleas*
address 159 Martin St.
WASHING—An experienced young lady would
like to go out washing or ironing. Call at
169 Charles st.
WASHING—A lady takes In and goes out
washing. 201 Weat Sixth st
WASHING and ironing done at a reasona
ble price; will go out housecleaning by day.
Mrs. Roatz, 165 Mcßoal.
WASHING —Wanted, to go out washing, Iron-
Ing and housecleaning. Call at 674 Blair
st. Mrs. Fehrmann.
WASHING—A lady would like to go out
washing and housecleaning by the day, and
also takes washing at home. Apply 1027
Edgerton st. (rear), city.
WASHING—Want to take washing In. 763
Blair st. Mra. Gruber.
Miscellaneous.
COOK—Situation wanted at once in first-class
family as cook; city reference. SB6 Banfil
et.
CLERK—A young lady would like a position
hi a confectionery store or office; several
years' experience; no objection to leaving
city. V 68, Globe.
ENGINEER—Wanted, position by engineer;
have had one and a half years' experience
in laundry business; would take up other
work Address B. N., 274 Rice St., city.
FARM LANDS.
MINNESOTA PRAIRIE AND TIMBER
Lands—If you want to buy or sell prairie or
timber lands or Improved farms anywhere
in the state of Minnesota, if you have large
or email tracts to dispose of, write to or call
on Theodore P. Koch, 176 East Third at,
ground floor, St Paul, Minn., wholesale
dealer and colonizer. Reliable agents want
ed m __^___^__^^^___^___
INSTRUCTION.
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND
Art, 28 East Exchange St, St Paul—Piano,
violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin taught
Lessons given in drawing and painting.
Call or send for srosoectus.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP RAM
sey—ln District Court.
In the matter of the receivership of Hans O.
Bye, an Insolvent.
On reading the verified petition of John H.
Allen, one of the creditors of the above
named Hans O. Bye, which petition shows,
among other things, that the said Hans O.
Bye did, prior to the appointment of the re
ceiver in this proceeding, dispose of all of his
property, consisting of a stock In trade, with
intent thereby to delay and defraud his cred
itors, and on motion,
Ordered, that the said Hans O. Bye ap
pear before this court, at a special term
thereof, to be held at the court house, In the
i City of St. Paul, in said county, on Saturday,
May 16th, A. D. 1896, and answer the charges
stated in said petition.
Ordered further, that a copy of this order
be published once In the St. Paul Daily
Globe not later than May 7th, 1886; and
that a copy of this order be mailed to each
of the creditors of said Hans O. Bye, so far
as they are known to the receiver, and to
their proper address, as near as the receiver
can ascertain the same; and that a copy of
said order and of said petition be also mailed
to the salfl Hans O. Bye, in case his address
is known to the said receiver, or oan. be as
certained by the exercise of reasonable dili
gence, all of which mailing shall be had on
or before May 7th, 1886.
Dated May 4, 1896.
. -.-. - . JOHN W, WILLIS,
District Judge,
FOR- REWT—HOUSES.
HOUSES TO" RENT
IK AIA PARTS OF TflpS CITY.
G. B. VHITEHORSE,
83 EAST FOURTH STREET.
J. W. SHEJ&W),
84 East Foartb Street.
RESTS Hoases, Stores, Offices, Steam*
Heated Apartments, Collects Reata,
Acts as Owners' A««nt.
Bowei.
CARDIGAN RENTAL AGENCY. 22 EAST
Fourth, rents houses, fiats, stores; prop
erty managed. -
HOUSE—WiII rent from May 1, furnished or
unfurnighed.«my home. No. 702 East Fourth
St., St. Paul, to careful, respectable and
responsible tenant; can be examined now.
Address E. W. White, P. O. Box 33, Red
Wing, Minn.
HOUBES—For rent, choice residences at St.
Paul Park, Minn., from $2 to 18 per month.
Address or call upon H. O. Sproat, St. Paul
Park, Minn. .
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENC* - GLOBE
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES,
BTOKEB. OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OK
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKES COL
LECTIONS. __
Flats.
FLAT—Fully furnished, one of the best flats
in the Albion; six rooms and bath; electric
lights; cool in summer, but plenty of sun
shine; elevator, etc.; owner will rent till
September for less than is paid for the
naked apartment. J. W. Shepard, 94 East
Fourth st.
LYTLE'S FLATS—On Grove St.—South-fac
ing, sunny rooms, third-floor flat, two large
rooms, bedroom, kitchen; use of bath room;
separate shed and yard room; rent, $8 per
month; one entire basement flat, $8 per
month; halls, walks, yard, etc, taken care
of by janitor. Inquire of E. Lytle. 411 Rob
ert St., room 1, opposite the Ryan hotel,
or janitor, basement, 213 Grove st.
FLAT—For rent, five-room modern flat, sec
ond floor, No. 671 Wabasha Bt. Esterly, 11
Oermanla Bank Building.
FLATS—Nice cool three, four and five-room
flats for rent cheap at 474 Rice st.
Rooms.
REMOVAL SALE of new a\id second-hand
household goods at 23 arid 24 East Sev
enth st. f
RONDO ST.. 489—Fire roojins' on second floor
for rent; city water and sewer. By owner,
_397 West Seventh st.
ROOM—For rent, large furnished room, with
alcove; well furnished; use of bath; electric
lights; centrally located, i Inquire 396 Jack
son st.
SUMMIT AY., 115—One pleasant furnished
room for rent; for gentlemen only.
UTOPIA—493 St. Peter St.—Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite.
Stores.
I HAVE a splendid location on Jackson st.,
near Fifth, which I will remodel for a good
tenant and rent at a reasonable price. E.
P. Roberts, Rents, Real "Estate and Insur
ance, 9S East Fourth st. '
STORES —On Fourth st., corner of Minne
sota, a party will build three or four fine
modern stores, for responsible tenants. This
la the best location in St. Paul today for a
general mercantile business, and is easily
accessible from almost every car line in the
city, and particularly from the St Anthony
Hill district. For terms and other partic
ulars see E. P. Roberts, Rents, Real Estate
and Insurance. 95 East Fourth st.
FOR SALE.
A BOY of sixteen years of age wants work
of any kind. L. H. 8., 450 Goodhue st
FIXTURES—For sale, cheap, counter shelf
and show case. Apply 482 Wabasha.
FURNITURE—ParIor suit of furniture;, five
pieces; will sell at half price. 257 West
Third St.. corner Smith ay.
MAGIC LANTERNS, stereoptions and cam
eras bought, ' Bold and exchanged. Send
for bargain list. Richards & Birch, 200
Nlcollet ay., Minneapolis.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE—One bay horse; good roadster;
young; weight, 950; very gentle; price $125.
Address Cowen & McKubbln.
GRAND SPECIAL SALE of trotters, pacers,
-road horses, coach horses, and saddlers, at
Midway Horse Market. May 26 and 27. Con
signments solicited. Catalogue closes May
14. For further Information, address Win.
Cunningham & Co., Midway Horse Mar
ket St. PauL
PARTIES having horses, carriages or har
nesses for sale will find sale for same at
Seven Corners Livery. E. W. Shirk.
THE HARD TIMES HARNESS CO., 544
Rice st., Is making war on high prices;
single harness, (3.45; double, harness, $12.10.
THE FINEST LOT OF CITY-BROKE DRlV
ers and draft horses ever' snipped to the
Northwest are now on safe at Barrett &
Zimmerman's New Midway Sale Stables.
Auctions Wednesday and Saturday and pri
vate sales daily. James Mulvehill, man
ager^ :'
WANTED—Team of carriage horses; send
description and price td L;7B, Globe.
CONTRACT WORK—ENLARGING SEWER
ON OAKLAND AVENUE. *
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., May 2, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corporation
of the City of St. Paul,' Minnesota, at their
office in said city, until fc pS'm. on the 18th
day of May, A. D. 1896, for -the enlargement
of the Oakland avenue .^ewer, from Grand
avenue to Floral street, the cost of the same
to be paid out of the streeVbind sewer main
tenance fund, in said city, according to plans
and specifications on file in the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, In
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a
certified check on a bank of St. Paul in a
sum of at leaat ten (10) per cent of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
Said checks shall be made payable to tha
Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Official: , r R. L. GORMAN,.
JOHN C. MUELLER, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
May 5 to May 15.
CONTRACT WORK — PAVING OAKLAND
STREET.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St Paul, Minn., May 4, 1896.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corporation
of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their
office in said city, until 2 p. m. on the 18th
day of May, A. D. 1896, for paving with as
phalt Oakland street, from Ramsey street to j
Summit avenue, In said city, according to !
plans and specifications on file in the office
of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, In
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a
certified check on a bank of St. Paul in a
sum of at least ten (10) .per cent of the
gross amount bid must accompany each bid.
Said checks shall be made payable to the
Clerk of said Board. _•_•
The said Board reservesf.tlre right to reject
any and all bids. _,';.•
Official: Hi L. GORMAN,
JOHN C. MUELLER, : President.
Clerk Board of Public' Works.
May 6 to May 15. :I:
STATE OF MINNESOTA/ COUNTY OP
Ramsey—District Court Second Judicial
District ;. f ,
In the matter of the asstpjgenent of Willard
S. Dennis, insolvent. "
Upon reading the petition Bled herein, It is
ordered, that Hiler H. Horton, as assignee
of the above named insolvent, receive seal
ed bids for the store fixgiftes belonging to
said estate, and now in she store formerly !
occupied by said Willar4_Sf Dennis, in the
Pioneer Press Building, cptjrner of Fourth
and Robert streets. St Panljvtinnesota, up to
May 14th, 1596; that said Rids.be accompanied
by a certified check in toe" sum of $25.00,
and be sent to said asslgnßfe, at his office,
No. 315 New York Life Building.
And- it is further ordered, that said bids
be presented to this court, at a special term
thereof to be held at the Court House at
the City of St Paul, on Saturday, the |
16th day of May, 1896, at the opening of the !
court on said day, or as soont thereafter as
counsel can be heard, for such order as said
court shall see fit to make in the premises.
That all parties interested appear at said
time and place. If anything they have to say.
concerning said matter.
Let notice hereof be given by publication
of this order for three timeß in the Dally
Globe, a newspaper printed and poblished
at the City" of St Paul, Minnesota, and by
mailing forthwith a copy hereof to each of
the creditors of this estate.
St Paul, Minnesota, May Ist. 1896.
WILLIAM LOUIS KELLY,
Judge District Courts
. Olf. Glob* tft) Mag J-i-U* *■»_ .._._.,__.*
ACCTIOS SAJ.ES.
ACCTIOS SALES.
Kavanugh & Co., Auctioneers.
IMPORTANT SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY
Public Auction—l will sell on the premises
on Friday. May 15th. 1896, at 2 o'clock p.
m.. at public auction, lot by lot. to the
highest bidder for cash, the following lots
in Nelson. Stevens & King's addition to
West St Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota.
to-wit: Lots 1 to 14, both Inclusive, in
block 10, and lots 4, 5, 6, 8. 10 and 11, in
block 11. all in said addition. The above
lots are situated on King and Baker sts..
and between Charlton and Bellows sts.
These lots are all located on high ground
adjoining a splendid neighborhood, and are
very desirable for residence purposes, they
being but ten minutes' distant from the
Court house, via the Mississippi and West i
St. Paul street car line. The terms of sale
are strictly all cash, and purchasers must
pay 10 per cent of the purchase price on
the premises the day of sale. P. J- Kav
anagh, Auctioneer, 187-189 East Sixth St.
Miscellaneous.
THE UNDERSIGNED, assignee of John J.
O'Leary _ Sons, will offer for sate at public
auction, for cash. May 2, 1896, at 10 a. m.
at the premises known as No. 64 West
Tenth si., the following-described personal
property, or such part as remains unsold
at the date named: Two large lard ket
tles with pipes and stand, 1 agitator with
pipes and stand, 1 lard cooler. 4 tables,
sundry pieces timber, 1 lard press. 2 sau
sage machines, with belting and shafting,
etc.; 1 filter lard press. 1 pump, air, belt
ing, shafting, etc.; 1 pump, steam, belting,
shafting, etc.; 3 stutters, 500 feet of
steam pipe. % box trucks. 1 lard cutter,
shafting, belting, etc.; 3 fire extinguishers,
36 loin boxes. 1 wheelbarrow. 1 dozen pal
leys, 2 celavers. 3 hog splitters, 1 table, 1
meat bumper, 4 wash tubs, % keg rosin,
lard spout, 1 oil tank. 1 barrel boiler com
pound, sundry pieces belting, 4 barrels
bee* bungs. 4 barrels round gats. 4 bar
rel* mixed guts, 2 kegs sheep casings, M
barrel saltpeter, Vt barrel soda, 22 empty
pork barrels, 2 sausage tables, 1 cooking
task, 1 bundle flags, 10 empty kegs (new).
1 wooden tank. 1 grind stone, \-± keg pep
per. Vz barrel borax, hk barrel lamp black.
1 cupboard, 1 meat block. 1 salt box. 3 box
trucks, 1 pike pole, % keg spice, % barrel
«alt, 1 barrel coreander, 15 gallons glos«tne,
2 wooden horses, y± bundle burlaps, 5 bun
dles broomsticks, office fixtures, desk, safe,
chairs, tables, counters. The property may
be Inspected at the above-named premises
at any time between now and the date of
sale. J. F. Broderlck, Assignee.
Notice is hereby given that the above sale
is postponed until Saturday, May 9th.
J. F. BRODERICK. Assignee.
BIMMiSS CHASCES .~~~
REESE & CO.*
120 East Fourth Street,
BUSINESS AGEMCI'.
WE HANDLE all classes of business with
out publicity.
Miscellaneous).
FOR RENT—Blacksmith shop; good location
for a first-class horseshoer; none other in
the town. Address P. A. Smith, Gleuwood,
Minn.
FOR SALE—A well-located, twenty-room ho
tel, at a bargain; owner leaving city. H.
H. Schulte _ Co.. 103 East Fourth st.
30 PER CENT PER MONTH is what our
new system of dealing in stocks and grain
paid our customers for. the month of April;
Investments received from $5.00 up. Call
and investigate or write for particulars.
H. B. Cram & Co., Bankers and Brokers,
Room 9, National German-American Bank
Building. St. Paul. Minn.
Articles of Incorporation of the
Hamm Realty Company.
WH, THE PERSONS WHOSE NAMES ARE
hereunto subscribed, do hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of becom
ing a corporation under the provisions of
Title 2, Chapter 84, of the General Statutes of
the State of Minnesota, and the laws amend
atory thereof, and for that purpose do hereby
adopt and sign these articles of Incorporation,
to-wlt:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be
Hamm Realty Company. The general nature
of its business shall be to own, hold, possess,
deal in and sell and convey land, real estate
and personal property of every description;
to plat, subdivide and lay out lands into
towns, additions and grounds for building,
and to improve lands; to sell, convey, lease
and let lands and personal property of every
nature; to loan money and funds, and take
security for such loans by mortgage or other
wise; to sell real and personal property for
and act as agents for other parties, and to do
such other acts as may be necessary, desir
able or convenient for the prosecution of
such business. The principal place for trans
acting the business of this corporation
shall be the city of St. Paul, in the State of
Minnesota.
ARTICLE 11.
The time of the commencement of this cor
poration shall be the first day of May, 1896,
and the period of its continuance shall be the
term of thirty years from said date.
ARTICLE 111.
The amount of the capital stock of this
corporation shall be Four hundred thousand
(400,000) dollars, to be paid in in such install
ments end at such times as the Board of Di
rectors shall determine.
ARTICLE IV.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shall at any
time be subject shall not exceed four hun
dred thousand (400,000) dollars.
ARTICLE V.
The names of the persons forming this as
sociation for incorporation are Theodor
Hamm, William Hamm and Otto Muller, all
residing In the City of St. Paul, State of
Minnesota.
ARTICLE VI.
The government of this corporation and the
management of its affairs shall be vested in
a board of three directors and in the officers
hereinafter named. Said directors shall be
elected at the annual meeting of this corpora
tion, which annual meeting shall be held on
the 3rd Wednesday in October in each year,
and they shall hold their offices until their
successors are elected and qualified. The per
sons herein named as incorporators shall con
stitute the first board of directors, and shall
continue such until their successors are elect
ed and qualtfled. The directors shall hold
their first meeting in each year Immediately
after the annual meeting of the corporation,
and shall at such first meeting elect the fol
lowing officers, to-wit: A president, a vice
president, a secretary and a treasurer, and
such officers shall hold their offices until the
next annual meeting of the corporation and
until their successors are elected and quali
fied. Any two of sakl offices, excepting those
of president and vice president, may be held
by the same person, and of such officers the
president and vice president shall be chosen
from the board of directors, and the remain-
Ing officers may or may not be chosen from
the board of directors. Vacancies in the board
of directors, or in any of Bald offices, may be
filled by the board at any regular or special
meeting held in pursuance of the by-laws,
and special meetings of the stockholders may
bo held in such manner and upon such notice
as may be provided by the by-laws. Until
their successors are elected and qualified
Theodor Hamm shall be President and Treas
urer, and William Hamm shall be Vice Presi
dent and Secretary.
ARTICLE VII.
The number and amount of the shares of
the capital stock of this corporation shall be
four thousand (4,000) shares of one hundred
dollars each.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands and seals this First day of May,
THEODOR HAMM (Seal).
WILLIAM HAMM (Seal).
OTTO MULLER (Seal).
In presence of —
W. W. Dunn,
W. F. Saver.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
Ramsey—sa.
On this first day of May, 1896, before m»
personally appeared Theodor Hamm. William
Hamm and Otto Muller, to me known to be
the persons described in and who executed the
foregoing instrument and acknowledged that
they executed the same as their free acj and
deed.
(Notarial Seal.) W. W. DUNN,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—ss. Office of the Register of
Deeds. c
This ia to certify that the within instrument
was filed for record in this office at St. Paul,
on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1896. at 9:30
o'clock a. m., and that the same was duly
recorded in Book H of Incorporations, pages
274-276. HENRY WEBER.
Register of Deeds.
By F. L. Breen, Deputy.
STATE OF MINNESOTA—DEPARTMENT
of State.
I hereby certify .that the within Instrument
was filed for record-in this office on tha 4th
day of May, A. D v 1896. at 2 o'clock p. m.,
and was duly recorded In Book P 2 of Incor- :
porations. on page —. ALBER _ B - RO
Secretary of State.
May »-»• w
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
SEE
E. P. ROBERTS,
OS East Fourth Street.
For your rents, real estate loans and Insur
ance 1 m*ke a specialty of rents.
MUeellnueons.
FOR SALE—At a sacrifice, oa easy pay
ments, five-room cottages, at $350 and $1.
--400; eight-room hous-s at $1,100; also some
vacant lots at remarkably low prices. 11.
H. Schulte k. Co.. 103 East Fourth_st.____
FOR SALE—New eight-room house, 889 Fair
mont ay.; hot water heat, one-quarter cut
eak finish; first-class throughout. Apply to
owner. 935 Portland ay. -
REAL ESTATE for sale very cheap at 474
Rice St.: $1,800 house and lot for $6uO; $l,ouo
lot for $300.
LOST AXD FOCSD.
COW LOST—Red cow. Please return to 445
Laurel ay.
DOG LOST—A black water spaniel; has white
oa breast. Reward to return to io6 Fair
mount or 318 Pioneer Press.
DOG LOST—Bull terrier bitch: large spot
over right eye. Return to 558 Broadway
and receive reward. _____
PACKAGE LOST—Lost, on or about April 21,
a package containing a book of Washing
ton's prayers and some photographs. Will
give suitable reward for their return to
Bramblett & Beygeh. 320 Wabasha st.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS—Lost or stolen,
pocket case of surgical instruments and
also pocketbook containing passes, cards,
etc. Return to W. K. Collier. 199 East
Seventh 3t., and receive reward. p
SUIT LOST—On Virginia, Laurel or Nina
ay., the alley between Nina and Selby,
or Summit perk, a brown worsted suit,
marked "The George Palmes Co." and "C.
P. Noyes;" also check tweed coat and
pants. Finder please return to 329 Robert
St.. Room 3. and claim reward.
BOARD OFFERED.
BOARD—One large room, suitable for two,
with board. Inquire at 97 Smith ay.
BOARD—Strangers In the city will ftnd pleas
ant rooms, with board, location central, at
The Miner, 162 College ay.. corner Sixth st.
BOARD—Parties desiring a home-like board
tag place will find pleasant rooms, excellent
board, convenient location for business peo
ple, special rates for the summer, at '•The
Miner." 162 College, comer Sixth.
PROFESSIONAL.
LACE CURTAINS done up as good as new;
40 cents a pair. L. X., 121 Viola sL, be
tween Rice and Park ay.
TOUPEES, wigs, waves and bangs made to
order. Miss Schellenberger, 99 West Sev
enth.
BICYCLES.
ROBERTS ARCHITECTURAL AND ORNA
mental Iron Company, manufacturers of
high-grade bicycles, enameled In all colors;
city salesroom, corner Fourth and St. Pe
ter *te.. St. Paul. Minn.
AKKOI'XCEME.VTS.
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICE
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Cornice Co.. 411 Selby ay.
Articles of Incorporation of the
Tneo. Humni Brewing Company.
WE, THE PERSONS WHOSE NAMES ARE
hereunto subscribed, do hereby asso
ciate ourselves together for the pur
pose of becoming a corporation un
der the provisions of Title 2, Chap
ter 34. of the General Statutes of the
State of Minnesota, and the laws amendatory
thereof, and for that purpose do hereby
adopt and sign these articles of Incorpora
tion, to-wit:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be Theo.
Hamm Brewing Company. The general nat
ure of its business shall be to manufacture
and sell beer, malt and similar commodities,
to purchase, hold, possess and sell and con
vey real estate and personal property, to
i loan money and funds and take security for
i such loans by mortgage or otherwise, and to
any and all things necessary, convenient or
1 desirable to be done by said corporation to aid
in carrying on of such business. The prin
cipal place for transacting the business of this
corporation shall be the City of St. Paul in
the State of Minnesota.
ARTICLE 11.
The time of the commencement of this cor
poration shall be the First day of May, 1896,
and the period of ita continuance shall be the
term of thirty years from said date.
ARTICLE 111.
The amount of the capital stock of this cor
poration shall be twelve hundred and fifty
thousand (1.250,000) dollars, to be paid in in
such installments and at such times as the
Board of Directors shall determine.
ARTICLE IV.
The highest amount of Indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shall at any
time be subject shall not exceed seventeen
hundred and fifty thousand (1,750,000) dol
lars.
ARTICLE «V.
The names of the persons forming this as
sociation for Incorporation are Theodor
Hamm, William Hamm and Otto Muller, all
residing in the City of St. Paul. State of
Minnesota.
ARTICLE VI.
The government of this corporation and the
management of its affairs shall be vested In
a board of three directors and In the officers
hereinafter named. Said directors shall be
elected at the annual meeting of this cor
poration, which annual meeting shall be held
on the third Wednesday in October in each
year, and they shall hold their offices until
their successors are elected and qualified.
The persons herein named as incorporators
shall constitute the first board of directors,
and shall continue such until their successors
are elected and qualified. The directors shall
hold their first meeting in each year imme
diately after the annual meeting of the cor
poration, and shall at snch first meeting elect
the following officers, to-wit: A president,
a vice president, a secretary and a treasurer,
and such officers shall hold their offices until
the next annual meeting of the corporation
and until their successors are elected and
qualified. Any two of said offices, excepting
those of president acd vice president, may
be held by the same person; and of such
officers, the president and vice president
shall be chosen from the board of directors,
and the remaining officers may or may not
be chosen from the board of directors. Va
cancies In the board of directors or in any of
said offices may be filled by the board at
I any regular or special meeting held in pur
! suance of the by-laws, and special meetings
I of the stockholders may be held in such
'■ manner and upon such notice as may be
! provided by the by-laws. Until their sue
! cessors aro elected and qualified Theodor
i Hamm shall be President and Treasurer, and
i William Hamm shall be Vice President and
Secretary.
ARTICLE VII.
The number and amount of the shares of
the capital stock of this corporation shall be
twelve thousand five hundred (12,500) shares
of one hundred dollars each.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands and seals this First day of May,
1896.
THEODOR HAMM (Seal.)
WILLIAM HAMM (Seal.)
OTTO MULLER (Seal.)
Im presence of—
W. W. Dunn,
W. F. Saver.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey—es.
On this first day of May, 1896, before me
personally appeared Theodor Hamm, William
Hamm and Otto Muller, to me known to be
the persons described in and who executed
■ the foregoing Instrument, and acknowledged
that they executed the same as their free act
and deed.
(Notarial Seal.) W. W. DUNN,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey— ss. Office of the Register of
Deeds.
Thia Is to certify that the within Instru
ment was filed for record In this office at
St. Paul, on the 4th day of May. A. D. 1836,
at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. and that the same was
duly recorded in Book G of Incorporations,
page 334. HENRY WEBER,
Register of Deeds.
By F. L. Breen, Deputy.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, DJJPARTMENT
of State. £
I hereby certify ttatothft wttfcta.'tostru
ment was filed for refefjWn Jhj» nflfre on
the 4th day of May. xTTV7W?v2 o'clock
p. m., and was dull i-acerfidi' in Bjxik B t of
Incorporations, O* &s'ss&&
Secretary of State.
May »7C .
y
PERSONALS.
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clairvoyant, why not s«« the beat? Madame
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clairvoyant In the country; her succesa la
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no mystery is hidden from her; she reads
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warns you of impending disaster; tells you
if your friends are true or false; she guides
you through the vicissitudes of life and
shows you the straight road to love, wealth
and happiness; she unites the separated and
causes happy and speedy marriages with
the one towards whom your affections tend;
her advice In business matters and specula
tion is Invaluable; Mrs. Dr. Moss charge*
for truth not more than others for false
hoods; come and be convinced; fee, 50 cents
and upwards. 513 Wabasha St., opposite
capitol.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced 60
cent*; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth
street
MRS. ALICE AUSTIN, clairvoyant, car*
reader; hoars, 9 to 9; Sundays executed.
4*4 Cedar St.
li.XAMIU.
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 halt their value at
Lytle"s, 411 Robert st
MONEY TO LOAN—On furniture, pianos,
etc.. tc remain with tka owner; also oa
watches, diamonds, teal cloaks, etc; loan*
can be repaid by Installments, business
strictly private. Room 7. First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Vrrigage Loan Co.
MONEY TO LOAN on good security at low
est rates without charge for commission,
at our State Savings Bank, Gennania LiKe
Building. Fourth and Minnesota sts.
|60 TO 1500 short time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor. Globe Building.
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE—CIear $25,000. Hotel and
business block, in city, near Chicago, for
clear St. Paul and Minneapolis. Address
F 77. Qlobe.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
cltnre and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
uvi; works.
KAHLERT A MlNTEL—Minnesota Steam
Dye Works. 244 East Seventh.
VILLAGE BONDS.
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
the provisions of chapter 200 of the General
Laws of the State of Minnesota for the year
1893. the Village Council of the Village of
Watkins, in the County of Meeker, State
of Minnesota, will receive sealed bids for the
sale of the bonds of the said Village, to be
issued to the amount of two thousand five
hundred ($2,500.00) dollars, said bonds to be
issued in denominations of five hundred dol
lars ($500.00) each, and to run for eight years,
for the purpose of purchasing a Ore appa
ratus for said Village of Watkins. Said
bonds when Issued to bear interest at the
rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable an
nually from the date of issuance. All bids
to receive consideration must be filed with
the Village Recorder on or before Saturday,
May 23d, 1596, at 7 o'clock p. m. The Vil
lage Council reserves the right to reject any
or all bids received.
This Village has no other Indebtedness.
Dated at Watkins. Minnesota, this lGth duy
of April, 1896.
H. J. WARTMAN,
Village Recorder.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
City Clerk's Office, St. Paul, Minn.
Scaled proposals, which must be indorsed
"Proposals for Paving Repairs," will be re
ceived at this office until 12 noon. May 9,
1896, for making such
PAVING REPAIRS
as may be required for the year 1896 on ac
count of sewer, water and gas connections
and suc-h other work as may be ordered by
the City Engineer. In accordance with specifi
cations therefor on file In the office of the
City Engineer. A bond in the sum of $000
with two sureties must acrompany each pro
posal. The Common Council reserves the
right to reject any and all proposals.
By order of the Common Council.
MATT JENSEN,
City Clerk.
Mar I—Dally—May 9.
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
Office Board Fire Commissioners.
St. Paul, May 4th, 1894.
Sealed bids will be received at this office
until May 12th, 1898, at 12 o'clock m., for
furnishing the City of St. Paul with one
thousand (1.000) feet of Phoenix brand of rub
ber steam fire engine hose, 2Vfc-lnch internal
diameter, 4-ply, with 5-ply capped ends, fitted
all complete with Caswell's automatic coup
ling, Hlghbee patent thread. Said hose to be
delivered in the City of St. Paul as soon as
can be and guaranteed to perform three (3)
years' service (from date of going Into ser
vice) under any pressure that may be applied
to it by any steam fire engine In the service
of said city during said term of four years.
Said Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. Proposals to be Indorsed, "Pro
posals for Hose," and addressed to the under-
Binned.
By order of the Board.
ALFRED S. HALL, Secretary.
May 4 to 9—6t.
The Globe.
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For tbe Unemployed
OT ST. PAUL AND KINtTBAPOLIS.
Free HUuatlon or Help Wanted Ad
vertisements mu«t be written on ibis
blank aud Bent to THE GLOBE Ad
veriUing Department, St. Paul.
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