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IMS (IF lUIIM.IiiS ILLINOIS CENTRAL HAS BEEN CRE ATING POSITIONS IN THE WEST NEW OFFICES TO BE OPENED Looks as If Some Good Thing* Were In Store for a Nnmber of the I. C.'s Men—Sale of the Clover Leal' to Tnlie Place in April—Grand Trunk Official's Troubles- Rail way Notes. CINCINNATI, Feb. 22.—Vice President Harahan, Assistant Traffic Manager and General Passenger Agent Hanson, of the Illinois Centra^ have been making a trip to the Pacific coasl for the purpose of arranging for the op. ening of offices by the Central at Den ver, Salt Lake, Portland, Or., San Fran. Cisco and Los Angeles, Cal. At each of the cities named the com pany will locate a representative, with the title of general agent, who will hay«» charge of both the freight and passenger business. It is understood the men who are to be given these new positions are to be selected from among the present. employes of the company. The opening of these new offices at the five cities' named above will give that number of men promotions, and in turn "The vacancies caused "by these promo, tions will be filled by promotion. It look* like some good things are in store fov seme of the Illinois Central men. The Illinois Central now has a line of its own to Omaha, and is in the Meld for business* to and from the Pacific coast via Omaha. SCALPERS HARD PRESSED. Roads Are Said to Be Cntting Off Their Merchantable Goods. The visit of Chairman McLeod to the cities has had a marked influence upon the local ticket market and brokers and scalpers are hard pressed to get sur flcient transportation to carry on their business. The regular supply of unused tickets and return portions has been cut in upon during the past two weeks for reasons which do not appear. Brokers stated yesterday that even return por tions on Chicago tickets were becoming scarce. Several attempts have been made recently by Third street agents to secure transportation from the roads direct at less than tariff figures. These have been unsuccessful and the market at present presents a situation of unequaled tight ness. The stringency has become apparent on the black list and the last issue, les.j than two weeks old, shows the name* of several of country newspapers, trans portation for which has been found in Wrong hands. An organized attempt has been made by brokers in Chicago to se cure transportation issued to Minnesota papers at cash rates, for manipulation through outside agents. Passenger of ficials state that the amount secured m this way is exceedingly small. MONSTER LOCOMOTIVES. The lowa Central Railway Has Jnst Received Four Freight Engines. The lowa Central Railway company has just received four heavy freight locomo tives of the ten-wheel pattern manufac tured by the Cooke Locomotive works, Paterson, N. J., which will be put in ser vice Immediately. These powerful ma chines each weigh 108,000 pounds on trucks, are supplied with all latest im • provements, sixty-two inch drive wheels, 20x26-inch cylinders, and GO-inch boilers Inside of shells. Beside these, six Bald- Win compound locomotives of almost sim ilar dimensions will be delivered to this company by the middle of March. DELAYED BY ELKS. Night Train to Diiliiih Has a New Adventure. The St. Paul & Duluth held Its night lrfcln last night for the accommodation Df a large party of Elks which came down from the head of the lakes to at tend the dedication of the new Elks' hail in Minneapolis. A special car was at. tached to the train for the accommoda tion of the Duluth party. Trying to Force Hays Out. WABASH, Ind., Feb. 19.—Information received here by railroad men is that the attempts made by Canadian officials and railway employes to force the resigna tion of Charles M. Hays, long the general manager of the Wabash, who left that system to go to the Grand Trunk, are being renewed, and It Is stated that he may resign, together with Gen. Supt. F. McGuigan, also a Wabash man. Mr. Hays undertook to clear the Grand Trunk of the official barnacles who had »o long weighted it down, and Incurred the hostility of Influential public officials tind capitalists, who have been harassing him ever since, and the tip is out that rather than suffer further annoyance Mr. Hays is soon to retire. Clover Leaf Sale. The sale of the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City road at foreclosure will take place on April 2. The property will undoubtedly be bought in by the re organization committee. The property has been in the hands of J-ecelvers for a number of years, and Ihere has probably been more litigation fver it than over any road of its mileage, t was at one time part of the longest jystem of narrow gauge roads in the United States. Half a Mile of Train. The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & i)maha claims a new freight haul record for the Northwest. One of the new freight engines of the consolidation type has successfully pulled seventy cars over the Sioux Falls branch, climbing the grade south of St. James without the least difficulty. The train was made up of forty loads and thirty empties, with a caboose. A little figuring on the basis of 86 feet to a car will show that the train was somewhat more than half a mile long. To Regnlate Sleeping Car Ratea. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.—Representa tive Fitzgerald, of Massachusetts, has Introduced a bill limiting the charges on sleeping cars to 50 cents per hundred miles for a lower berth, and 26 cents per 300 miles for an upper berth. A proviso permits a total charge of 11.25 for a low er and $1 for ah upper berth. New Tale of Wonderland. A new issue of Wonderland, the North ern Pacific year book of informa tion concerning the Yellowstone park and its Western territory, will be ready for distribution In a few weeks. STILLWATER. Exercise* at the Prison for the En tertainment of Convicts. Washington's birthday was observed at the prison yesterday in an appropriate manner, and the convicts listened to very interesting exercises In the chapel. Sev. eral instrumental numbsrs were rendered by O'Donnells orchestra, and vocal num* fcers were rendered by the prison choir and individual members of the choir. "W. I. Nolan, of Minneapolis, contributed sev eral excellent readings. Following th*, chapel exercises, holiday privileges were granted. About forty members of Stillwatei lodge, B. P. O. Elks, visited Minneapolis, yesterday afternoon and participated In tfe* dedication of the new Elks' hall. A "f fAal lnterurban car was chartered fo» --tfie occasion, and the visiting Elks re» turned home at an early hour this monv Ing. William Kaiser, a prominent lumber, man of Muscatine, 10., Is in the city on business. - Several loggers are down from theh camps, and all report that good work la ufs\n the Fond dv Lac O'er a smooth and level track In fast trains, upon the line That gives comfort And makes time— Both going to and coming back. OO^^ Qreenßsyji jj Ticket Offices: 395 Robert Street, St. Paul. 413 Nicollet Ay., Minneapolis. being done. Roads are in splendid shape, and large loads are being hauled. Hon. George R. Wendling lectured at the opera house last night under the au spices of the Stillwater Lyceum, and th« lecture was listened to and enjoyed by a. very large audience. The rush of orders for prison twine con tinues so great that it has been found necessary to largely Increase the force of convict and citizen clerks. Warden Reeve s&ys that hundreds of orders are coming in daily, and that the supply will soon be exhausted. GEN. M'NTTLTA DEAD. Grent American Receiver Expires Suddenly In Washington. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.—Gen. John McNulta, of Chicago, well known throughout the West because of his iden tification with the receiverships of rail road's and other great corporations, died suddenly here shortly after 6 o'clock to night, in his apartments at the Hamilton house, of angina pectoris, aged about sixty years. He had been apparently in the best of health during the day, and had returned to the hotel only a short time before he was stricKen. Medical aid was hastily summoned, but it was evident to the physician that his case was a hope less one, and he died within an hour after the attack. Judge Weldon, of the court of claims, who for a long time was associated with Mr. McNulta in the practice of the law at Bloomington, 111.; Maj. Nally, of the army, a guest at the house, and a physi cian, were with him when death came. The deceased leaves a wife and two children in Chicago, a son in Montana, and another son who Is a lieutenant in the regular army in the Philippines. Because of the great success he had at tained in managing the affairs of the various organizations to which he was appointed, Gen. *_«lulta became popular ly known as the great American receiver. He was at various times receiver of the Wabash railroad, the Clover Leaf road, and for the whisky trust, and at the time of his death was acting in a similar ca pacity for the National Bank of Illinois, which failed several years ago. He had been in this city in connection with that duty since the 19th lnst. Gen. McNulta was at one time a mem ber of congress, and was a lawyer of dis tinguished ability. He was a close friend of Gen. Grant, and saw active service in the Civil war, in which he was severely wounded. . m ■ COEUR D'ALENE I&3UIBY. Considerable Feeling Developed at the Thursday Sitting;. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.—When the in vestigation of the Idaho labor troubles was resumed today before the house com mittee on military affairs Chairman Hull stated that Gov. Steunenberg, of Idaho, who is attending the investigation, had protested against the tine'of procedure which impugned the state officials. Mr. Hull stated that the governor held that the testimony in effect placed the state officials on trial, and if that were the case they were entitled to be present and to be represented by counsel. The chairman called on Gov. Steunen berg to make his own statement. Representatives Lentz and Hay, of the committee, energetically opposed this pro cedure, and the governor's statement was deferred. Considerable feeling developed among the members of the inquiry committee. Mr. Lentz sought to introduce an affi davit seeking to show that Intimidation of a miner had been resorted to by a representative of the governor of Idaho in order to gain personal- ends. The com mittee refused to admit the affidavit. Mr. Lentz then gave notice that he would at the proper time move that the affiant, A. L. Balch, be called as a witness. The chairman stated that It would be necessary hereafter to hold sessions dur ing the afternoon while the house was in session, and that he would request per mission to do so. QUIET IN FRANKFORT. Few Soldiers Xow Guard the Ken tucky State Capitol. FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 22.-The state capitol tonight is guarded by fewer sol diers than it has been at any time since the assassination of the late Gov. Goebel. Adjt. Gen. Collier today, acting under,, di rections from Gov. Taylor, summoned', all of the soldiers before him, and told them thajt such of them as did not desire to're main in the service longer might.return to" their homes. About 150. went home, leaving probably 100 still here. The weather during the greater part of the time the soldiers have been here has been of the most trying character, but the percentage of illness has not been large. Gov. Taylor spent the day in conference with his attorneys, Gen. Vv. H. Yos£,and Capt. W. H. Sweeney, in regard to "the agreed case which is being prepared*' for submission to the court. The legislature was not in session, hav ing adjourned on account of Washington's birthday, and it is doubtful if either house will have a working attendance tomorrow. OLD-TIME SNOW FIGHT. Yale Students May Be Disciplined by Faculty. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 22.—The sophomores and freshmen at Tale today celebrated the holiday with the old-time snow fight, In spite of warnings from the faculty. The second year men, wear ing tall hats, were followed by the fresh men and pelted with snow through the center of the city. Later a fierce rush took place at the "fence," the sophomores holding the coveted rails against the attack. In the rush the students abandon ed snow and used mud until many of the men were plastered from head to foot. The faculty may take action. . TO CALIFORNIA. Best Route and Best Service. Through Palace Tourist Cars (berth rate $6) every Thursday the year round to Los Angeles. Leave St. Paul 8 p. m., arrive Omaha 8:15 a. m., via Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R.. the New Short Line to Omaha. Tickets at 396 Robert street THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. POPULAR WANTS All Real Are Listed In the SUNDAY GLOBE SITUATIONS WAKTED-FEMALES Anyftoiiy out of work ta St. I'nnl o» Minneapolis may Inner* sn adrer. tlicment under this Utaiiins **•• of cliarse. AN ACCOMPLISHED YOUNG LADY in music and art would like to go abroad with family well-to-do; references. E. 8., 269 West Fifth. COOK—A girl who is a competent cook wants a place in a first-class family; good references given. Call at 139 East Tenth st. BOOKKEEPER—Youngr lady bookkeeper and typewriter, competent and willing, wants good position; understand all of fice work. Address R 162, Globe. _ COOK—Situation wanted as cook in a private family; no washing; also a Swedish girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. Schaeffer, 188 East Seventh st. ___ DRESSMAKER desires work In families; perfect fit guaranteed; the best ot ref erences given. Address 191 Rondo st. DRESSMAKER—A dressmaker wants sewing in "families. No. 509 Lafayette ay HOUSEKEEPER—A lady of good edu cation, capable to fill responsible posi tions, first-class references, would like a position as housekeeper in or out of town. 297 West Seventh st. HOUSEKEEPER-Young lady of refine ment would like position as housekeep er for middle-aged gentleman with means and pleasant home. H ISS, Globe. HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted, position as housekeeper by widow with three-year old boy. Address to Housekeeper, 681 Oakdaie ay., city. HOUSEKEEPER—A woman wants a place as housekeeper; Scandinavian preferred. Johnson. 155 Jackson st. HOUSEWORK—Thoroughly experienced Scotch girl wants situation as general help; good plain cook; sleep out pre ferred. P 170, Globe. LADIES wanting the best help call on Mrs. Merryweather, 543 Wabasha. Tele phone, 1975-3 Main. LAUNDRESS — Competent laundress wishes work in private families by the day; price reasonable. Call or address 388 Smith ay., Flat 8. NURSE—Wanted, a position as nurse by a competent person. Address 327 Som _erset st. NURSE —Competent and reliable nurse wants position to take full charge of an Infant; can give best of references. Call or address 737 Olive. NURSE—Wanted, by experienced nurse, confinement nursing. Call or address SSI Charles st., St. Paul, Minn. STENOGRAPHER—Young lady desires position as stenographer: . experience more an object than salary. O 159, Globe. STENOGRAPHER—An experienced lady stenographer would like a situation; wages no object; can furnish refer ences. Address D 177 f Globe. STENOGRAPHER—An experienced lady stenographer, with typewriter, desires position, or piece work. Call or ad dress Typewriter, 71 Iglehart. SEWING —Competent dressmaker wants work; first-class reference and satis faction guaranteed; will work cheap at present. Address M. P., 382 Fort st. SITUATION wanted by German girl, speaks English, in restaurant or board- Ing house, for general work of any kind. Room 303, over Yerxa's. TINNER wants work at trade; five years' experience at inside and outside work. Address Tinner, 182 Webster st. WASHING—Woman would like to go out washing; will call for work and do work at home, If preferred. 181 Smith ay., second floor. WASHING--A good washerwoman would like washing or ironing by the day. IP6 Smith ay. WASHING AND IRONING wanted by Mrs. A. Johnson. 642 L'Orient St.; will call for and deliver goods. WASHING —A good washerwoman would like washing or Ironing. 19C Smith ay. WASHING—Wanted, to go out washing. 187 Western ay. north, up stairs. WASHING—Woman would like to go out washing or scrubbing or housecleaning. Address 232 Smith ay. YOUNG GIRL would like to go to Paris with a family as nurse; five years' ex perience. 513 Van Buren st. DRESSMAKING. SE^D^^O^^FR^E^aU^O^^iow^to get silk waist or skirt, your measure, any color for 25 cents. Imperial Waist Co., 206, 34 East Seventh st., St. Paul. "Tost and found. LOST—Black cow. Return to 332 Blair st. and receive reward. i POPULAR WANTS HELP WANTED—MALES. A FINE POSITION is offered you for the sale of a*new chemical product having large sates ii* the United States; $1 United States Currency sent us will bring you, eight samples, printed matter and full details of a business which will net you a handsome yearly Income. Addrejss Mexican Ore Reduc tlon Co., Duraiigd, Mexico BARBER wanted at once. Apply at Room 94. Union block. BLACKSMITH— Wan&d, a thoroughly first-class mari.'onTarm wagon work; steady Job. Neal, Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn. COOK—Wanted, a gooS meat cook, at the Marlborough, Summit ay., near Sixth st. Inquire Flat 34. DRIVER— Man wanted to drive single team for commission house. 134 East Third st. . INVENTORS to develop ideas; list of 500 ideas free; also traveling agent wanted. Patent Market and Novelty Works, St. Paul, Minn. * " ; MEN WANTED to learn the barber trade, only eight weeks required, spe cial offer now for graduates to work for us; 500 positions open; can earn tuition by bringing four students. Our catalogue containing special offer mailed free. Moler College, 202 Washington ay. south t Minneapolis. SOLICITORS—Wanted, good men through the state to solicitor and collect for sick benefit insurance; salary and commis slon. D. H. Bradley, Kendrlck Block. SHIPPING CLERK—Wanted, competent shipping clerk; good wages; must have references. D 175, Globe; WORK FOR BOARD—A student to work for his board and room. Call Butala, 47 West Seventh. Globe Business Col lege. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALES. AJtj-iiudjr oat or work In St. Paul oi Ulnncapolls may Insert an adrer tlcemcnt under this beading (re* of charge. A GOOD, honest young man would like Work of some kind; can furnish good references. L. H. 8.. 450 Goodhue st. A GOOD reliable and handy man wants work of any kind. Address C. H. Hed strom, 385^_ Walnut st. AN EXPERIENCED young man would like a situation; has had several years' experience in wholesale and retail sta tionery business; lives with parents and can furnish best of references. V 195, Globe. BOOKKEEPER-rA practical bookkeeper, with a knowledge of railway account ing, desires position in a railway office or mercantile house; best of references as to ability and integrity. Address N 165, Globe. __i . BOOKKEEPER—First-class bookkeeper and general office man seeks position; quick and accurate; moderate salary; or would accept position as traveler; active, energetic. E 198, Globe. BUTCHER—An all-around butcher wants work In some meat.market, and can run an engine. Call. or addess 720 Jes samine St., St. Paul! CLERK—A young mas of seven months' experience would like a position as clerk in grocery stpre; best of refer ences. Address 91 Bast Louisa St., West Bide. . ■ COOK—Wanted,-,situation by first-class meat cook, hotel or restaurant; com petent to take charge of kitchen. Ad dress A., 237 Rondo St., St. Paul. COOK—Hotel or restaurant, out or in city. Address Cook, Room 209, 87 South Robert st. ________ PAlNTEß—Experienced painter and pa perhanger wants work; have tools for job work. Address Painter, 430 Waba sha Bt. ; EMPLOYMENT—A good. intelligent young man, eighteen years old, would like work of. some kind; best of refer ences,-tic. Address 133% East Eleventh Bt. ENGINEER—Wanted, a position as en gineer; has first-class license and has had experience with dynamo and water works; first-class reference. Address Engineer, 710 De Soto st. EXPERIENCED married couple wish situation on farm by the year; good references. Address Box 186, Austin, Minn. EMPLOYMENT—Young man wants work of any kind; has worked at the car penter trade and has tools. Please an swer to A. G. X., 1001 Fremont St., city. HOSTLER—Respectable young man de sires employment with private family; good driver, understands care of horses and harness, and good milker. Address D 196, Globe. HOTEL CLERK wishes position, city or country; knows the business; best ref erence. Address Hotel Clerk, 893 Forest St., city. EMPLOYMENT—Young man wants work of any kind; has worked at the carpen ter trade and has tools. Please answer to A. X., 1001 Fremont st. JANITOR—Sober and Industrious young man wishes situation as janitor or run ning steam plant; best of references furnished, if required. Address John _Scott, General delivery. SALESMAN—Situation wanted by expe rienced salesman aad solicitor; have had long experience in advertising work. Address M 176, Globe. WANTED—By young man, situation m grocery store; six years' experience: reference. R. A. Meredith, 309 East Sixth st., St. Paul. WATCHMAN—A man Thirty-five years old, with large family, would like posi tion as watchman; understands firing, stationary engine; good references. 865 Marlon st. - WINDOW TRIMMER and card writer, ten years' experience, open for position March 1. Address S 175, Globe. YOUNG married man would like to find employment. Call or address 551 Ed mund Bt. YOUNG MAN of steady habits, with ex perience in railroad and commercial of fice work, writes good hand, and is fair bookkeeper, desires employment; ref erences furnished. G 180. Globe. YOUNG MAN wants work of any kind; has helped at steamfitting. Address J. G., 849 Fremont, city. YOUNG MAN would like to have work of any kind in restaurant; need work very bad. Address L. G., 39J Rosabel st. CLAIRVOYANTS. DON'T FAIL TO CALL and consult the plain natural Hungarian gypsy, the Oriental seeress who reads your life only from the gypsy cards, without ask ing questions. She tells what you called for, gives never-falling advice on busi ness speculation, mines, investments, journeys, marriage, tells when you marry and gives name of person; If in trouble or in doubt, in sickness or in sorrow, call and see her. What are you fitted for? Don't you know? She will tell you what trade, business or pro fession you are adapted for, through phrenology. Call early at her gypsy camp at 14 East Seventh st., from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m., Sundays included. MRS WILLIAM, clairvoyant and mas sagist, reveals - past, present and fu ture; no sign; ftp stairs. 542 Cedar st. PROFESSIONAL. DR BETTY SftHMITT, dermatologrl-t and assistant foot specialist, has moved to 27 East Seventh st., Kendrick block, Room 206. ________ H. LINDERSTROM, ARTlST—Portraits enlarged in crayon, pastel and oil; land scape painting, in oil; satisfaction guaranteed; lessons given at moderate prices. 911 Payne ay. PERSONAL. NOTICE—Any one suffering with catarrh in the head or <bad breath, sending me 12 cents to paypostage, will send sam ple of what cured me and gave me re lief in one-half rhour'.' Address X., Box 463, Farmington, Me, HORSES AND CARRIAGES. A GOOD, cheap 1,100-pound horse for sale, cash or time- Room 200- Globe building. HORSE AUCTlON—Barrett & Zimmer man, Minnesota Transfer. St. Paul, hold their horse auction every Wednesday Have from 300 to 600 head of horses and mules for disposal at all soles. Private sales dally. POPULAR WANTS HELP WANTED —FEMALES. strong girls or women to operate weav ing machines; easy learned and good wages by Minnesota Grass Twine Co., corner Mackubln and Front. STENOGRAPHER—Wanted, lady stenog rapher; references required. J 168, Globe. RELIEF SOCIETY Employment Register. Office, 141 Eart Ninth St. Telephone 183. MAN—We can furnish a good, strong, bandy man for wholesale house or any other such work. BOY—A bright, willing boy for office or errand boy; reeds work badly. REPAIRING of trunks and valises want ed by a man who understands the work thoroughly. NURSES—We can furnish efficient women to care for the sick. WOMEN—To do plain sewing, washing, ironing and housecleaning can be had from this office; also men to do odd jobs, wood sawing, etc. HAVE SOME INVENTIONS (household necessities) that are money makers; will give one-half interest for enough money to patent and bring same to majjytacturers' notice. Address O 159, HAVE CUSTOMERS for furnished hotels, flats and boarding houses, city or coun try; also for pianos and typewriters. Martin Nyhus, with Standard House furnishing Company, 49 and 51 East Seventh st. FINANCIAL. LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—If you are a salaried employee holding a permanent position we will loan you S£^ ,a ™ount your situation will Justify WITHOUT MORTGAGE. ENDORSER OR SECURITY of ANY KIND other than your name at lowest rates. You can repay In small weekly or monthly payments. All applications treated con fidentially. Call and see us and you will receive as courteous treatment as your employer does at his bank. St. Paul Financial Co., Room 301, New York . Life Bldg. M -$10. $20, $30. $40. $50. $100 TO LOAN r\ on furniture, pianos, household foods, etc.,without removal. Loans fNJ cai» b« Paid In installments, reduc- Elng cost accordingly. Promptness, privacy and lowest rates. Guar- Vf anty Loan Company, 201 Man -1 hattan Building. Robert and Fifth. DO YOU NEED MONEY-Call and get our terms on salary or furniture loans; they are the lowest; no endorsers re quired; easy payments; confidential. Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co., 317 Pio neer Press Bldg. MONEY LOANED on life policies; or bought. L. P. Van Norman. Guaranty Building. Minneapolis. 4% to 6 PER CENT MONEY, with the 'on or before" privilege, to loan on Im proved property In St. Paul and Minne apolis. R. M. Newport & Son, Pioneer Press Bldg., St. Paul. 6 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on Improved property In St. Paul and Min neapolis. V. C. Gilman, New York Life Bldg. BATH AND MASSAGE, third floor, Room 15, 159 West Seventh st. EXPERT massage and porcelain tub baths. Mrs. Dr. Stein, 27 East Seventh Bt., Suite 200. EDNA BURKE, expert masseuse, and alcohol baths. Room 203, Grand block, No. 320 Wabasha st. HATTIE SMITH, magnetic massage healer; card reading, 25c. 63 East Sev enth st.. Room 10. FORTUNE TELLING and first-class massage parlors. Mrs. Thomas, 64 East Seventh St., Room 1. . MME. LAURETTA'S bath and massage parlors; swellest in Twin Cities; new lady assistant. 319 Jackson st. (' >,^^ CHIROPODISTS. LOCK WOOD'S Good Luck Salve; best thing for sore feet; all druggists; estab- Jlshed eighteen years. FOB. SALE. BEAUTIFUL Esquimaux puppy for sale cheap; black as coal; six months old. 683 North st., Dayton's Bluff. NEW CAPITOt. FOR THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE will be received at the office of the board of state capitol commissioners. No. 612 Endicott building, St. Paul. Minn., until 11 o'clock a. m. on the 6th day of March, 1900, for all labor and material re quired for the general construction of the dome, for the new state capitol building at St. Paul, in accordance with the draw- Ings and specifications, which may be seen at the office of the board and at the architect's offices, on and after February 13th, 1900. Copies of said drawings and specifications may be obtained from Cass Gilbert, architect, No. 524 Endicott build ing St. Paul, Minn., or Room 704 Con stable building, 111 Fifth avenue, New York city, upon, payment of the cost of such reproductions, and a deposit of $100, such deposit to be returned to the bidder upon return of the drawings and speciflca- Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for a sum not less than $5 000 00, payable to the order of said board, as a guarantee of good faith. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any defect or informality In any bid, if It be deemed in the interest of the state to do so. Proposals received after the time stated will be returned to the bidders. Proposals must be made up on printed forms which will be furnished by the board, and must be enclosed in en velopes, sealed and marked "Proposals for dome for new Minnesota state cap itol at St. Paul," and addressed to the board of state capitol commissioners. For the Board of State Capitol Com mlssioners. CHANNING SEABURTi Vice President. St. Paul. February 9th. 1900. Notice of MortgaK* Sale. DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IN the conditions of a certain mortgage bearing date of September first, A. D. 1888 made by Anna J. Moore, unmarried, mortgagor, to Alice C. Frith, mortgagee, and recorded in the office of the Register' of Deeds of Ramsey County, Minnesota, on the 13th day of September, A. D. 1888, at nine o'clock and five minutes A. M. in Book 202 of Mortgages on page 59, upon which mortgage there is now due and payable the sum of Eighteen Hundred Twenty Four and 62-100 (1824.62) Dollars, of which sum $18.85 Is for flre insurance effected by said nurtgagee on the prem ises hereinafter described. Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in the said mortgage contained and the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, of the premises therein described, to be made by the Sheriff of said Ram sey County, at the Cedar Street entrance to the Ramsey County Court House, in the City of St. Paul. Ramsey County, Minnesota, on Saturday, February 24th, A. D. 1900, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy the amount which will then be due upon the said mortgage, the costs and disbursements of sale, and Seventy Five Dollars, attorney's fees, stipulated to be paid in case of a foreclosure of the said mortgage. The premises described in the said mort gage and so to be sold are all that tract or parcel of land situated in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota de scribed as follows, to-wlt: Lot number Seven (7) of Stlnson's Subdivision of Block number Twenty Five (25) of Stlnson Brown and Ramsey s Addition to Saint Paul, according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in aid for said County of Ram sey. Dated at St. Paul, Minnesota. January llth. 1900. ALICE C. FRITH, Mortgagee. Stringer & Seymour, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Natl. Ger. Am. Bank Bldg., St. Paul. Minnesota. POPULAR WANTS ROOMS FOR RENT. ROOMS—At Hotel Fey, corner Cedar and Seventh, furished rooms by the day or week; steam heat and bath; tran alent trade solicited. STORES FOR RENT. ST^RB^A^D^BA^MEN^C^onier^Wa^ basha and Sixth sts.; the best location in St. Paul for retail business. Robert P. Lewis Company^ WANTED TO RENT. ROOMS—Three or four rooms, furnished jiT partly furnished for light house keeping;-centrally located; rent reason able. Address M 177, Globe. FARM LANDS. 116 ACRES on Columbia river, near Wenatchie, Washington; healthiest cli mate and best fruit land; will exchange for property in or near St. Paul. C 168, Globe. Certificate ns to Proceeding's Ex tending the Corporate Existence of the St. Paul Grm Light Com pany. IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT AT the regular annual meeting of the share holders of the St. Paul Gas Light Com pany, (a corporation organized and exist ing under and by virtue of a spocial act of the Legislative Assembly of the Terri tory of Minnesota, approved March Ist, 18E6, entitled "An Act to Incorporate the 3t. Paul Gas Light Company"), duly call ed by the Board of Directors of said Com pany In accordance with the provisions of said act and of the By-Laws of said Company In that respect and duly held at the offices of said Company in the City of St. Paul In the State of Minnesota on the 23rd day of January, A. D. 1900, at ten thirty o'clock, A. M. pursuant to notice thereof duly published and given, wherein it was expressly stated that said meeting would be held for the purpose of holding a regular election of a Board of Directors of 3aid Company to serve during the ensuing year and of taking the proceedings here inafter set forth, at which said meeting the regular annual election of a Board of Directors of said Company for the ensu ing year was duly held, and also, at an other and special meeting of the share holders of said Company duly and regu larly called by the Board of Directors of said Company and by the President there of in accordance with the provisions of said act above mentioned and the By- Laws of said Company and held at the same place upon said 23rd day of January^ A. D. 1900, at three o'clock P. M., pursuant to notice thereof duly published and given, wherein it was expressly stated that said meeting would be held for the sole pur pose of taking the proceedings hereinaft er set forth at which said meeting no ac tion other than the said proceedings here inafter set forth was taken, the following resolution was duly adopted, to wit: Whereas, In and by the terms of the charter of this, the St. Paul Gas Light Company, to wit, Chapter 53 of the Laws of Minnesota. 1856, being an act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Minnesota, entitled, "An act to incorpor ate the St. Paul Gas Light Company," ap proved March Ist, 1856, the term of the corporate existence of said St. Paul Gas Light Company will expire upon the first day of January, A. D. 1907; and Whereas, It is now and for a long time heretofore has been apparent to the offi cers, directors and shareholders of said St. Paul Gas Light Company, that, in the interest of the shareholders of said Com pany, the corporate existence of said Company should be- renewed and con tinued beyond said date; and Whereas, Said Company has heretofore Issued and sold large amounts of Its bonds secured by mortgage, one Issue of which said bonds will mature in the year 1915, one issue whereof will mature in the year 1918, and one issue whereof will ma ture In the year 1944, and it Is desirable that the corporate existence of the com pany shall be renewed and extended and continued to a date subpequent to a time when all said bonds shall have matured, without further delay; NOW, THEREFORE, Resolved, That this said corporation, the St. Paul Gas Light Company, be, and the same is hereby, renewed for a period of fifty years from and after the first day of January, A. D. 1900, and that the cor porate existence of this the St. Paul Gas Light Company be, and the same is hereby, renewed and extended for the period aforesaid and that the same shall 3ontinue until and including the lirst day of January, A. D. 1950; FURTHER RESOLVED that the char ier of said Company be, and the same is hereby, amended as provided in and in accordance with this resolution; FURTHER RESOLVED that the Prest aent and the Secretary of the Company be, md they are hereby authorized and di rected to take such proceedings to evl- Sence the adoption of this resolution and the amendment of the Charter of said 3t. Paul Gas Light Company thereby ac complished, whether by certifying or oth srwlse authenticating, filing and publlsh ;ng the same or otherwise, as may be re juired by law. or as they may be advised iro necessary or desirable. It is further certified that the stock 30oks of said Company were duly closed :o transfers of the stock of said Company m the 9th day of January, A. D. 1900, and were not re-opened until the 24th day of January. A. D. 1000; that at all times dur ng said 23rd day of January A. D. 1000, there were, as appears by the books of =aid Company, 134 holders of shares in ?ald Company and 15,000 shares cf the Company's stock outstanding; that there were present at said meetings and each of them, In person or by proxy, ninety-five 95) of said shareholders; that said share holders so present, as appears by the books of the Company, then and there swned and held thirteen thousand two hundred and forty-six (13.240) shares of 3tock In said Company; that said reaolu :ion was adopted at each of said meet ngs by the affirmative vote of all the shareholders in said Company present in person or by proxy as aforesaid and of ill the shares of stock represented as iforesaid and by all the votes cast upon my question arising or at any election iield at either of said meetings, to-wit jy the affirmative vote of ninety-five (95) shareholders and of thirteen thousand ;wo hundred and forty-six (13,246) shares )f stock in said Company A P. LATHROP, President. St Paul Gas lAeht Onmnany. (Corporate Seal.) J. P. CROWLEY, Secretary, St. Paul Gas Light Company. (Ten-cent U. S.- Rev. Stp. canceled.) BTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey—ss. A. P. Lathrop, being duly sworn says: That he is the President of the St. Paul Gas Light Company, the corporation named in the foregoing certificate; that each and every statement contained In said certificate is true; that the seal at tached to said certificate is the seal of said corporation. A. P. LATHROP. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of February. A. D. 1900. (Notarial Seal.) -C. H. MANSHIP, Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minne- EOta, STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF Ramsey—ss. J. P. Crowley, being duly sworn says: That he is the Secretary of said St. Paul Gas Light Company, the corporation named in the foregoing certifiate, and as such Secretary has charge and custody of the record books of said corporation; that each and every statement contained in said certificate is true; that he has com pared the copy of a resolution set forth In said certificate with the original rec ords thereof contained in the records of the shareholders' meetings of said Com pany held on January 23rd, 1900, at ten thirty o'clock a. m., and upon the same day at three o'clock p. m., respectively, and that the same is in each and every respect a true and correct copy of said originals and each thereof; that the seal attached to said certificate Is the seal of said corporation. J. P. CROWLEY. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of February, A. D. 1900. (Notarial Seal.) C. H. MANSHIP, Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minne sota. STATE OF MINNESOTA, DEPART ment of State. I hereby certify that the within instru ment was filed for record in this office on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1900, at 4 o'clock p. m., and was duly recorded in Book X 2 of Incorporations on pa?e 204. ALBERT BERG, Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey—ss. Office of the Register of Deeds. This Is to certify that the within Instru ment was filed for record in this office at Bt. Paul, on the 20th day of February, A. D. 1900, at 4 o'clock p. m., and that the same was duly recorded in Book "G" of Incorporations, pages 611 etc. EDWD. G. KRAHMER, Register of Deeds. POPULAR WANTS REAL ESTATE. ■ r Will buy three south-facing lot? ort ! Charles street, just west of Milton. Eaob ! lot Is 41 feet front. G. B. WHITEH3RNE, 38E, 4th St., jGrou'^e°^ g . •' <&£ MEDICAL. LAL»lfc,S—Free harmless monthly regU' latoi ; cannot fall. Mrs. B. Rowan, Mil waukee. WlB. WANTED—Every pfrsor. troubled wltb ] Headache or Neuralgia to try Hazle'i 1 Headache Capsules. They lemOve th« cause, as well as stop the pain. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. INION DEPOT, BIBMSY STHEET. Traln3 leave and arrive at St. Paul M ' follows: Milwaukee 1 EbMB ticket uaiee S6S Robert St. Pb o ne 98 fti*)D?lly. tEx. .Sun. 1 Leave.l Arrtv. Chicago, La Crosse, Mil.|aS:3oam;alo.lspm Chicago, La Crosse, Mil.|a4:3opmall:4sam Chicago. La Crosse, Mil.|a6:sspm! a2:sopm cniGGoo "Pioneer umiiari" |*li :iW #t4* Chi., Paribault ( McGreg'r;b4:4opm bll:lsarr Peoria. via Mason City..la4:4Opm all:l6ara Bed Wing and Rochesteric3:lspm bll :45am Dubuque via La. Crosse. |bß:3oam blO:lspm St. L., K. C. Farlbault...!aS:3saml a6:2fipm Mllbank and Way |bß:2oam| M:Sopm Ortonville, Aberdeen !a7:ospm! aß:O3am Nor'field. F'bault * Auslb7:2opm| b9:2oam Chicago Great Western Rk "The Maple Leaf Route." City Ticket Office, sth & Robert Sts., St. Paul. tExTSundny; others daily. L£AVETo~R"7RROTTROM Kenyon, Dodge Center, t B.ioanit 8.30pm Oelweln, Dubuque, Free- 8.10 pm 7.60 am port. Chicago and East. Jl .20 pm 12.65 pm CedarFalls,Waterloo,Mar- + 8.10 am t 8.30 pm shalltown, Dcs Molnes, B.lopm 7.80 am Bt.Joseph, KansasClty. 11.20pm 12.65pm Cannon Falls, Red Wing, t 8.10 am t 8.30 pm Northfleid. Farlbault, c.ospin 9.50 am Watervlllo, Mankato. Mantoivilie Local. " e.aTpm 9.roam ytfvaK TICKET OFFICE /^p^|j\ sth & Robert Bts. I ( fai& I Caloa Station, St. Pisl. J^Jtf^^s^ Milwaukee J'.ation, Minneapolis. Dlnlnir arid PuUman Hleeplnjr Cars en Winnipeg »kc! OastTralng. PieillOJsiil, Dl'7. Fargo Jamestowr Bozeman,Helena, Bntte, UlsEonla. \ n 9S Bpokane,Tacoma,Be*ttle,Portlaii<; i U. V Vpm «l »Vfldi D*kcti4JJstltct»lzp. DallyjFartro, ... „.„ F«rgu« Falls. Wahpeton. Orookg 0 flft »SI ton.Od.Forki.arafton.Wlsnlpejf fliHllpm /i ill am lugt tad Lticfe Llk» Lceil, Dally ex *I ■ Ie ft Sun, St. Clocd, Brilnerd, Wuiker X 15»« 5 iU Bemldji, Fargo. Jinnfgtowp WilYant YiWWpni "Ticket Offlc»-:99 East Tbird~Bt. rPhon« a. _n._ii_ Leare. | a Dally, b Ex. Sunday. | Arrlv». bS:3sain St.Crd7~i"g«~F"l«. F'rgo b6:o6pm bß:3sam Wlllmar, via it. Cloud bs:ospm n9:o2a:n .Great Northern Flyer. a2:4spm ba in nm i (Wlllmar, 8. P., Y'kton), »*.«„_ M.lOaml x CUy# Brown . s val)' «.Mpm b4:4opmI..Excel. ft Hutchinaon.. bll:3sam a7.G6pm|Breck. Fargo.G.F.Wpff a7:4sarn aS:3opm|..Mlnn. & Dak. Exp.. a7:3oam KASTEKX MINNESOTA RAILWAY. »%%£! **»«» * W. Superior. | j&g Sleeper for 11:16 p. m. train can b« oc cupied at any time after 9 p. m. 'NOflTii-WESTERN LINE." C, St. P., ffl. £ ). Office 395 Bolart St. ?h3;n 431 Leave la Dally, b Ex. Sunday.I Arrive, aß:3Ca.n ...Chicago '"Day Ex"... alO:lspra a< :55pm .."Atlantic Express".. all:3oara aC.6sprn .Chicago "Fast Mall". a8:10am a 8 lOpmlChi'go "N. W. Llmlted"|a7:46am a6:sspm W'aau.F.du Lac, G Bay aß:loara bS:o6am .Duluth, Superior, Ash. b3:4opm a4:3opm!.Duluth, Superior, Ash. a9:69pm b7:4oam|.St. James. Sioux City. b4:2opm b7:4oam|Elmore, Algona. Dcs M b7:4spra b7:4oam|Hot Springs.Black Hlll3 b7:2sam alOrOOam Su City. Omaha, K. C. a":4sptn b4:6opm M'k'to. N. Ulm. Elmore blo:osam b4:sopm ..Fairmont. SL James.. blO:osam aß:3opm |.Su City. Omaha. K. C. a7:2sam fS&eSag&m] Best Line to \pqfaJMfgjg\ BH CHICAGO AND BB "■•■■———rti LwUlO "■■■■* ' " Lv.For I STATIONS. | Ar.Fron: B:if)uiu Winona, La Crosse. Dubuque and Chicago, except Sunday 12:55 pm B:lsam Winona, La CrosSe, Dubuque and St. Louis, except Sunday 8:0."pm Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqne, Chicago and St. Louis, daily 7:45 am Ticket Office 400 Robert Street. Tel. Main 38 ST. PAUL &. DULUTH R. R. Uuion Depot. *Daiiy. +Ex. Sunday. Lv. 8:30«m (Trainsfor Dulutb j A.f *7:l5 am m., st. p. & s. s. m. a'Y. £r City Ticket Office 379 Robert St. Tel. 1053 Union Depot, tit. Paul. Laav.| ~B3ABT~ JArrtTir ~7:2opm|.Atlantic Limited (dally).l B:4oam $:45arn!Rhlnelander Local (exS>jn)| s:ospia 6:l6pm St. Croix Falls Local, ex| Sunday. From Broadway Depot, foot Fourth St.. 9:lsam WEST. |:06am .Pacific Limited (Pacific. Coast) daily 7:ooprn t:lspm Glenwood Local (ex. Run) 9:35 am WISCONSIW~~CHfTIMrE iy. CO. City Office. 873 Robert St. 'Phone No. 694. Leave I »n nvnina n«n^ I Arrive Bt Paul! AJI Tralna Dally. [ 3t p^^ Eau Claire. Chip. Falls 1:00 am Milwaukee r,nd Chicago B:lsan Auhland, Chippewa F'hi, 7:4opm .Oshkosh. Mol. and Chi. s:oopm M. A St. L. Depot—Uruadway & 4th. Mm a pols & St, Louis RR Office^oe Robert. 'Phone 690.. St. LouliDepot Leave, j «Dftlly. tExcepT'Sundiy. fArrlTe. NEW SHORT LINE TO 3o OMAHA H pm. AMDDESMOIM2S. am , Albert Lea. Cedar Rapid*. t9:ooam ... Chicago. Kansas Cily.... Yi :3opm •7:oopm Chicago <Jt St Louis Limited *8:40»ai +o:33anij....Watertown, New U1m.... H i2spm ts:oopm| New Ulm Local tlo:.'o*m DOCUTA SANDALWOOO CAPSULES Cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet, unnatural dis charges in a few days. Full directions. Price fI.BO. All druggists or mail. D. Dick & Co.. 133 Centre St., N. Y.