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THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1901^
WHAT IT INDICATES
The Nominations of N. P. Directors
Announced by Mr. Morgan.
SOME SURPRISE IS FELT HERE
A Denire to Restrict Mr. Hill's Influ
ence Is Seen by Some in the
Minneapolis and St. Paul railroad men
expressed some surprise on learning the
names of the new directors of the North
ern Pacific as nominated by J. Pierpont
Morgan.- The real news to them was
that the Pennsylvania and the Milwaukee
& St. Paul had been interested in the
fight. It is believed the big systems en
gaged in the contest to prevent Mr. Hill's
domination of the Northern Pacific. The
selections meet with general approval,
especially by the employes, who now be
lieve that their places are secure.
Biff Interest* Represented.
Mr. Rea of the Pennsylvania represents
the greatest railroad system in America.
The latter now includes the Baltimore &
Ohio, not to mention other interests.
These two are eastern trunk lines. Mr.
Twombly, who represents the North-
Western, is a brother-in-law of W. K.
Vanderbilt. He is a director of the New
York Central, of the Lake Shore and of
the Michigan Central system. He speaks
for the tremendous Vanderbilt interests.
Mr. Rockefeller speaks for the Milwau
kee and for Standard Oil interests. E.
H. Harriman, who directed the Northern
Pacific fight against the Morgan-Hill fac
tion, stands for the Union<Paciflc, South
ern Pacific, Oregon lines and various
other concerns. Mr. Hill is the ruling
spirit of the Great Northern.
The acceptance by these men of posi
tions in the Northern Pacific board, to
gether with Mr. Morgan's letter, indicate
that a community of interests has been
established that is more comprehensive
in its scope and is certain to be more con
clusive as to the results than Wall street
or the general public has the slightest
It appears from the complexion of the
Northern Pacific board as it will be oon-
Etituted as soon as the nominees an
nounced have been elected that a com
munity of interests will be effected be
tween these companies: The Great North
ern, the Northern Pacific, the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy, the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul, the Chicago & North-
Wtstern, the Union Pacific and the South
ern Pacific. This includes all of the im
portant systems in what may be termed
the western half of the United States,
with the exception of the Atchison, the
Rock Island and the Missouri Pacific sys
tem. The relations between these last
named companies and these first-named
are unquestionably most harmonious and
time may bring important developments
between those systems along the same
lines that have been pursued by the man
agers of the roads represented in the al
liance announced. The noteworthy net
advances In Atchison issues, in Missouri
Pacific and in Rock Island yesterday were
certainly more than sympathetic with the
extraordinary rise in the stocks directly
affected by the news contained.
TRYING OIL BURNERS
The Wisconsin Central Making Some
. Officials of the Wisconsin Central are
quietly experimenting with fuel oil upon
three consolidation type locomotives, to
see if the substitution of oil for coal will
result in economy of operation. One of
the engines recently hauled a heavy
freight train out of Minneapolis on a test
run, the ordinary coal space in its tender
being filled with a tank containing the new
fuel. Should the tests prove successful,
other engines will be fitted with oil burn
. ers. Southern Pacific tests show that \
on an average of 300 working days to a '
year its 779 engines would save $4,203,000 ■
annually on the cost of fuel. The Western j
road now has 95 engines fitted with oil :
burners. Ordinary locomotives may be I
converted into oil burning engines at a
cost of about $250.
New Locomotives for 8., C. R. & it.
A new passenger engine of the Chautauqua
type, the first used by any northwestern
road, will haul the first train into St. Paul
over the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & North
ern, about Sept. 1. The new engines are part
■ of a large order the road placed a year ago,
upon waich delivery has commenced. The
locomotives are of odd design, somewhat re
sembling the Atlantic type engines in use on
the Northern Pacific. Tractive power is ap- j
plied through two acts of coupled drivers, j
jeventy-five inches in diameter. Smaller
wheels, also coupled, support the weight of
the firebox. The new locomotives weigh, in
working order, 153,000 pounds, exclusive of
tender. They have cylinder measurements
of 19^ inches by 26 and carry a working j
boiler pressure of 200 pounds. The boilers j
are of the Polpaire wide-firebox type, with j
306 fifteen-foot flues and a diameter of 64 \
inches. The engine has a total wheel base,
with tender of 53 feet and a rigid wheel
base of 6 feet 9 inches. Under ordinary loads
and conditions of track, they are capable of
sustaining a speed of eighty miles an hour.
President Hill Returns.
President James J. Hill, of the Great North
ern, returned from the east yesterday. He
made the trip from New York in Colonel
Lamont's new private car, the Yaklrna. He
went direct to his office and spent the day in
looking over business matters. It is under
stood he will make a trip west in a few days.
8.. C. R. & N. Work Delayed.
Sept. 1 has been set as the date for opening
the extension of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids
& Northern road into the twiu cities. It was
expected to be open by now, but unforeseen
delays have been occasioned by difficulties
encountered in making a cut near Walcott,
three miles stjuth of Faribault.
The advance in lumber rates from the twin
cities and Duluth to Chicago, supposed to be
effective on July 1, is not being observed
in the manner intended. Some of the car
riers are said to be still carrying lumber
under old contracts; in other words, are ap
plying a 10-cent instead of the proposed 15
--cent rate. The charge is also made that an
8-tent rate from Cloqulet and 6-cent rate from
the twin cities is allowed on Ohio lumber
The directors of the Erie company have
declared a dividend of ll^ per cent on its i
first preferred stock.
It is reported that the Transcontinental
Passenger Association will remove its head
quarters from Denver to Chicago.
The election of E. B. Thomas of the Erie i
as chairman of the board of directors of the !
Lehigh Valley railroad has been announced.
The Great Northern has arranged for a spe
cial excursion from Sioux City, Sioux Falls,
Yankton and other Dakota points to the great
General Manager Samuel C. Stickney of the
Great Western returned yesterday from a
brief business trip to Chicago and eastern
Twenty-seven people from lowa points
passed through the city last evening en j
■route for Alaska. They went west over the j
Fred H. Madison, traveling freight agent ;
of the Northern Pacific, has been transferred i
to Portland, and Traveling Freight Agent J. ;
A. Livingston of Portland has been placed in i
charge of Spokane territory.
The Missouri state board of railroad and j
warehouse commissioners yesterday aban- '
doned its investigation of the consolidation ot j
the 'Frisco and Memphis railroads and re- !
turned to Jefferson City. .
A. R. Bryan has been appointed traveling '
freight egent of the Minneapolis & St. Louis, i
with headquarters at EsCbervllle, lowa. C. i
P. Eastman succeeds Mr. Bryan as chief j
clerk in the general- freight office.
The Great Western has decided to apply i
special rates for fishing parties to all points |
on the Cannon Valley branch from Mankato
to Red Wing. Every Saturday during the
season one-fare rates will be allowed.
Special homeseekers' excursions to Okla- 1
hoiaa yesterday, it is-said, broke all previous j
records. From all parts of the territory be- I
tween Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul and Kan- I
sas City people rushed to buy tickets by the j
thousands, and the Rock Island and Santa I
Fe roads are practically swamped.
Pan-American and Return only
Via Soo Line and the lakes. Ticket office
118 3d st S.
r SALT CHEAPER
Michigan Association After' Outside
Manufacturers. ' .
Special to The Journal.
Saginaw, Mich., July 18.—The Michigan
Salt Association has dropped the -price of
salt from 70 cents to 45 cents a barrel. The
cut is on account of the increased produc
tion, large surplus and a determination to
make It warm for manufacturers outside of
Excursion to Ste. Anne de Beanpre
?.V-«^. by the Sou. f3O. i
Pilgrimmage to. the great feast of Ste.
Anne leaves Minneapolis and St. Paul,
July 21, via Soo Line. Round trip rate
only $30. Return limit Aug. 31. Make
your reservations early. Ticket office, 119
3d st S.
Soo Line's rate to Buffalo and return is
Chautauqua Excursion — for the
round trip from Chicago via Lake Shore
& Michigan Southern Ry., on July 26.
Send two-cent stamp for Chautauqua Book
and time table. W. B.Hutter, N. W. P.
A., 122 Endicott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn.
F. M. Byron, G. W. A., Chicago.
Harveat Sight-Seeing: Excnr«lon.
On July 23d the ; Soo Line will sell
tickets from Minneapolis ■ and St. Paul to
all points on its lnes in North Dakota for
$10.00 round trip. Return limit ten days.
Stop-overs will be allowed. City ticket
office 119 So. 3rd St. ; 'V-~£
That . tired, Vl languid feeling and dull
headache is very disagreeable. Take two
of Carter's Little 1 Liver Pills before re
tiring," and you will find relief. They never,
fail to do good. •••■•••■
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS^
Harry B. White and wife to John C.
Whitney, lot 24, block 3, Boulevard
Helen J. Holmbol to Regina Steltner,
lot 3, block 41, Baker's fourth addi
Sarah T. Greene to Julius Rosholt, lots
IS and 13. block 6, Kenwood 1,700
Levi Longfellow and wife to Oscar
Quist, lot 10, block G7, West Minne
apolis, second division 450
Theresa M. Morgan and husband to
William C. Palmer, lot 8, block 8,
Demmon's addition 2,500
Western Realty and Investment com
pany to William H. Obert, lot 4,
block 32, Baker's fourth addition .. 2.000
Kate Blakeman to William H. Obert,
lot 8, block 27, Morrison's addition.. 3,000
Connecticut Fire Insurance company
to Albert C. Oathout, south half lot
8. block 2, Eastman & Secombe's
Kate May Farnham to Joseph H. Mor
ton, lot S and part lot 2, block 4,
Farnham's third addition 500
Lavina C. Lewis to Henry B. Middle
mist, lot 24, block 15, Forest Heights. 1,300
Helen J. Holmboe to August Krick,
lot 1, block 41, Baker's fourth ad
National Bank of Cynthiana to Helen
J. Holmboe, lot 3, block 41, Baker's
fourth addition 237
National Bank of Cynthiana to Helen
J. Holmboe, lot 1, block 41, Baker's
fourth addition 200
Henry H. King to Clara Johnson, lot
1", block 15, Motor Line addition .. 350
Commonwealth Title Insurance and
Trust company, as trustee, to Angelle
Herbst, lot 30, block 6, first division
Remington park 450
Mary E. Green et al. to George F.
Getty, lots 19 and 20, block 8, Lake
Vk-w addition 2,440
Susan M. English to Lillian L.
Garcken, lot 9, block 32, Calhoun
Angelle Herbst and husband to Eliza
Buckett, part of lot 30, block 6, first
division, Remington park 700
John Dubay and wife to Charles M.
Amsden, part of lots 5 and 6, block
3, Gale's Second addition 16,000
Charles M. Amsden to John Dubay, in
section 7, town 116, range, 21, etc 16,000
Sanford Niles and wife to George B.
Aitou, lot 6, block 2, Ridgewood addi
Four minor deeds 102
Total, 25 deeds $56,074
Mrs. Charles S. Titus, 1521 6th st SE girl
Mrs. Breda Berg, 2119 E 22d st ...girl
Mrs. Albert Benson, 3308 Cedar ay boy
Mrs. John Walsh, 1800 Lake st girl
Mrs. John Vlech, 1921 4th st SE girl
Mrs. Mike O'Neil, 415 10th ay S girl
Mrs. N. G. Brevick, 11 W Island ay girl
Mrs. Emil Swanson, 717 Fillmore st NE..boy
Mrs. Svan Bill, 2715 Riverside ay girl
Mrs. John W. Forbes, 1431 Florence ay...girl
Mrs. Wm. E. Harrington, 3028 Henn. ay..boy
Mrs. Henry Horn, 1217 9th st boy
Mrs. Charles A. Donaldson, 1815 Emmens
ay M girl
Paul Jelvik, 2616 Aldrich ay N, 3 days.
George McElroy, 1906 E 24th st, 22 months.
Peter Benda, 2u19 4th st SE, 6 days.
John Anderson, 459 Madison st, 54 years.
Curtis O. Norwich, 2612 Aldrich ay N, 5
Margaret Almquist, 2535 2d ay S, 1 month.
Dorothy Cloutier, 3719 Bryant ay S, 8 months.
Bretta Elafson, 732 Adams st, 76 years.
Andrew Sliad, 250 13th ay N, 24 years.
Willis Loger, 3719 Bryant ay S, 5 months.
Einii Murtberg and Olini M. Olsen.
William V. Kaufman and Hollie V. Holui
Thomas G. Church and Lucy P. FinKnam.
John H. Kumro and Bertha M. King.
Hiram Patch and May Morris.
Christian Foss and Ida M. Peterson.
I AGENTS WANTED
the •'hottest seller" on earth. Wages $3 a
day. Call 62S 2d ay S.
DRS. DUNSMOOR AND LAW HAVE MOVED
their offtce3 to 100 Andrug building.
THE WADE CORSW CO. have removed to
their handsome new quarters, 816 Nicollet ay.
4 SUMMER RESORTS
FRONTENTAC, LAKE PEPIN, MINN., ONE
of the finest 5-acre properties at this famous
resort. Jaeger fc Torelle, 31U Bk. Commerce.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents.
Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures,'"
explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain
Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE^S3yS6O~GRdCERY~AND QUEENS
ware stock; town 3,000; northwestern lowa.
Address A 1074, Journal.
FOR SALE OR RENT"—HOTEL, WITH
modern improvements; well equipped and
furnished. Also 'bus. Parties wishing to
rent must purchase furniture. Box 721 Little
Falls, Minn. £.
WE HAVE POSITIVELY THE FINEST
hardware and implement business ever offered
anywhere for sale; if you mean business let
us hear from you. Odlum-Kurtzman Co.,
FOR SALE—"ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
drug stores In South Dakota; yearly cash
sales, $10,000; can be increased; two of the
prominent physicians' prescriptions; town of
[1,400 population; best farming and stock
I country in state; a money maker; good rea-
I sons for selling. For full particulars ad
j dress O 1071, Journal.
| FOR SALE^HOTEL AND FURNISHINGS"
complete; good leason for selling. Call and
| iuvestigate._3s_Washingtou ay S, upstairs.
| ELEVATOR FOR SALE-THIT FARMERS 7
elevator at Taunton, Minn., will be sold for
cash to the highest bidder, July 25, 1901. All
i bids to be sealed and in by 1 o'clock p. m.
i No bid will be considersd unless a deposit
; of $200 is made in the State Bank of Mm:
-: neota, or with the treasurer of th^ Farmers'
| Grain Association, Mr. W. P. Ruggls, Taun
i ton, Minn. The board reserves the right to
i reject any or all bids. Address all letters to
i Farmers' Grain Association, Taunton, Minn.
! FURNITURE FOR SALE—2S-ROOM HOTEL
| and livery barn for rent; profit net from
I June Ist, over $500; do not answer unless
you have $I,oo© cash and wish a little money
I maker. Address T 1072, Journal.
I WANTED—AN ACTIVE MANTWITH SOME
I capital, to take full management of a rich
j paying placer mine, Dawson City, Klondike
belt; investigate; no fake. Address Box 75
MAN WHO WILL INVEST $2,500 CASH AND"
take third interest can manage large store
; money making business. R 1072, Journal,
j WILL TRADE FOR STOCK OF GENERAL
merchandise, farm property or city property
| the elegant hotel, Idlewilde (formerly Fair
i view Hotel, Osakis, Minn., together with
i fifteen summer t«ottages; also private cottage,
and all improvements on and about premises]
Hotel and cottages completely and newly fur
nished, remodeled and electric lighted. No
incumbrance. This hotel has always been
& money maker and is known to be one of
the handsomest summer resorts in Minnesota.
' For particular?, address L. J. Wilde, 144-146
Endicott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUBNAD.
6 BUSINESS CHANCES ;; '
" •"-• :VrV'"' Continued...-;-';.
• ■ HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
• Our new book, just issued, tella you how to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name
on a postal card will bring it free. Writ©
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY, "\
r : Bank of Commerce Building, *;
; Minneapolis. Minn. • V •;
OLD ■ ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING
business; small capital; big profits; will con
sider good property in exchange, R. O. Sim
mons. 13 sth st NE.
EXCEPTIONALLY DESIRABLE BUSINESS
for few hundred dollars; legitimate; pays
four times Investment with moderate atten
tion; by pushing, a very large income poa-"
slble. - E 1071. Journal. __
WANTED—TO BUY CHEAP, FOR CASH, A
two or three-chair barber shop. Address V.
H. Stokes, Brainerd, Minn. .
WANTED—GRAIN BUYER TO PUT UP AN
elevator at one of the most desirable loca
tions. I have the site. Address £3 1074, Jour
nal. .. "- ' ,•■■." .. ■ ■ •'.'..••, ; -■-.
FOR SALE—SMALL STOCK ; GROCERIES,
with or without fixtures. W. A. McDowell,
COO Temple Court. :,.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Mies Hol
lister. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist
16 DYEING AND CLEANING
, THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORK*. •
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE 242 NIC
TEL. 510. AND 522 NIC. TEL. 3186-J-2. :
TWIN CITY DYES WORKS — - PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices' moderate. 420 Nicol
let. ' Telephone 1576.' ""■ ' - •■
OUR $4.50 CURLY POMPADOURS, 12. SEE
our $1 switches; worth $2.50. Shampooing,
25c.: Face massage, 35c. ' '. ,
MME. DE LEO, 495 Syndicate Arcade.- ,'-'..
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent an choice ; residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. 268 Hennepin ay.
4V4 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
"on or before privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport. 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S. Minneapolis. . : . ..
+**«* WtK*t** * ********* W+
X MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PJ£oT\t
•t pie.— We are prepared to loan reason- V,
ftt able amounts to salaried people hold- 8?
Wt ing. steady positions with responsible at
X concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •(
X payments. We conduct our busintas ft;
X strictly confidential. Lowest rates tnd fe
It fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, *►
9t Bank of Commerce building. "'.. • »
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building. ,
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Oaeida building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE
policies. L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrus bid*.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property; low interest. Barnes 8r05.,104 S 4th.
• THE SAVING FUND CO., •
• Capital, 110 Temple Court. Surplus, •
• 1350,000. $30,000. •
• Will issue a limited amount of per- •
© man en t stock during the, month of •
• July. Very desirable. Call at office •
• « for particulars. Four and 5 per cent •
• paid on deposit. . •
• GUS J. PAULY, JOHN L. SMITH, •
• Treasurer. President. •
SPRING WASH UP NEARLY OVER—BUY
stock before withdrawal from market. Send
for prospectus. The Troandik Gold Mining
and Smelting Co., 616 Andrus building. •
DO YOU KNOW . '
You can borrow money on your note if you
are a SALARIED PERSON and hold a steady
position. CHEAPEST RATES; LONGEST
TIME AND EASIEST TERMS. No mortgage
or indorser required. No one knows except
ourselves. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
removed to room 408, fourth floor, N. Y. Life.
-. - TO "■■• . . .*■■■. . ..■'•
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On your own name without security or In
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel is essen-.
tion in matters of this nature. \ Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. - Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. ;
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
601-602 Globe building. >
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 3 4th-
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO "SAl£
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC.,
without security, easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON V "
Plain notes, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR
real estate loans. No delay. No red tape.
Building loans a specialty. E. D. ; Brown,
783 Lumber Exchange. ■ =.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS—i PER CENT
for six months, 3 per cent for three months,
and 4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota
Title Insurance & Trust Co. Capital. $250.000.'
DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST, EARNINGS,
on life endowment policies .of leading old
line companies mailed at request. - 506 Guar
anty Loan, Minneapolis. .. '.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
| call for them when you leave the ad. '
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER" ~~
Will , permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glehwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin.
WOOD, dry, $177671! loads $2.75; green, ?Tu»7
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J2.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER;. HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. KainviUe Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Mcollet Island. Both phones. ■
TENTS, AWNINGS. DUCK AND COVERS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
, 125-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis. .
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS, HIGH-
Krade hose, screen doors, paints a&d oils.
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay. '*".-.
DRY KINDLING WOOD FOR SALE, $2 PER
load, delivered. J. R. Clark & Co., Tel. 192. ;
SAVE ONE-HALF BY BUYING BRICK,
lumber, inside finish, doors, windows, plumb
ing, mantels and grates, iron beams, second
hand. 1400 Bth st S. --■,-■•-.■...■•■■ ...■'-■ >v:
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA. fine condi
tion, splendid bargain. Goodyear, 319 Hen'pin.
SNAP—York B flat . cornet, silver plated,
$20. Max Kohen, 227 Washington ay S. -
MUST BE SOLD—ALL FIXTURES FROM
Rochester Shoe Store, consisting of shelving,
with movable etepladders; settees, counters,
showcases, desks, safes, etc., at 223 3d st S.
FOR SALE—PONY, CART AND SLEIGH,
typewriter, office flies, letter press, child's
bed and hair, mattress, eight ■ dining-room
chairs,' sewing machine, etc. Address V 1063,
Journal. , ' # . , .'..■ •-.:
for ladies are warranted the best wearing and
most stylish in the world. Sold by the lead
ing dry goods houses throughout the coun
try. Manufactured by M. L. Burkhardt Co.,
709'Nlcollet ay, Minneapolis. Minn. 7 : :
SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES—IOO
showcases, 500 counters, shelving; wall cases,
100 refrigerators, cash registers, scales, office
furniture, safes, butcher supplies, saloon and
restaurant: fixtures; 1,000 stoves, from $1 up
wards; furniture, pianos, organs, wagons,
etc. 1027 Washington ay S. ■: - ' --. •
WALL PAPER i— BARGAINS NOW TO
close out some patterns; 8c paper," l%c, 2Vic
and 3c per roll;.15c paper, 6c. • Get our esti
mates jon decorating and painting. A.; H.
Ranney, 18 4th st S. ; " ' ._■"■'■ " .'•'•. >:;
FOR SALE—TWO * GOOD TENTS, WITH
flies; one 9x12, one 12x16. Apply 308 18th
-avSE. :.-• V:-■-:-' ■ ■ -. ■:-■■■■-■-■■■■ ■■.",-.. ..- :■■ ■.;«-.,.•
j LOOK—SODA FOUNTAIN, $15; -TYPEWRIT--
I er, $8; oxydonor (new), $11; $20 electric belt,
I $8; cash ■ register (new), $22; slot machine.
$6.50; bicycle, $10. 3047 Harriet ay.- -. v ■•■■■
SPECIAL THURSDAY: HIGH-ARM SING
er sewing machine, $5; Domestic, $5; White,
j $5; Singer, $3; snaps. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S.
ROLL-TOP DESK, CHAIRS AND 1 TABLE;"
all new; cheap. 740 Temple Court. I
FOR SALE—NICKEL NATIONAL CASH
register for saloon. Max Kohen. 327 Wash
ington ay S. $50. . .■•.-■ ' ■; r,
FOR SALE—FIRST-CLASS, WELL-BRED"•
Irish setter dog; partially broken; 2 years
old; in good • shape to train for fall work •
cheap if taken at once; fine disposition- good
companion. Address P 1073, : Journal. ■ \ t :
1301 LAWS,,BOUND IN FULL LAW SHEET*
price $1; by mail," $1.25.* Goodyear Book Co '
319 Hennepjn, Minneapolis, Minn. ■>:-■-£■' ■- ' '
SNAPS, FRIDAY: WHITE "SEWING MA
««ne'rs2; l ; ?Tv c: *5: ' Sin *c $7; Singer,
$10. Drop-head cheap. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
" ■ • *■" "". Continued. ; .
HOUSE FOR SALE; MUST BE MOVED OFF
lot at once; 19 Cedar ay. - Inquire at Holtzer
mann'B Chicago Store Co., 417 Cedar ay.
ONE LARGE GURNEY REFRIGERATOR"
Cost $32.50, for $15. 115'6th st S.
- FOR RENT
21 '.' UNFURNISHED HOUSES ',*
FREE "FOR RENT" : CARDS FOR THOSH
advertising under this head. iße sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
SEVEN-ROOM house— modbrn~except
furnace; Mpls. $20. Room 5, 313 Nicollet.
TEN ROOM, STRICTLY MODERN
house; three blocks from 4th and Ist ay car
lines. 1606 2d ay S. .
R. D. CONE & CO., 517 GUARANTY BLDG.
2108 Fremont ay N, 8 rooms, part modern..s2o
717 E 17th st, 9 rooms, fully modern. 30
1813 2d st NE, 8 rooms, barn .....•..-.".■.... 15
8013 2d' ay S, 8 rooms, 1 barn".... 1.;'..'....... 18
3032 Park ay, 10 rooms, fine residence 40
1118 lMh ay N, - 6 rooms, modern, choice. . 16
1118 11th ay N, 5 rooms, ground f100r..... 13
3301 .Cedar ay, 4.r00m5,, second f100r."..;.; 5
.3635 Ist ay S, 5 rooms, second floor .X;:... 6
Elegant new flats, 4th st SE and Bth ay,
very desirable, 'choice 10cati0n...;,...:... 40
FOR RENT-^-FIVE-ROOM CpTTA"GX 316
9th st ;S, $15 per 'month. ■ • - ,--.-...>
HOUSE— NORTHEAST, $15 PER MONTH;
or | will . sell on -monthly • payments if you
come quick. Don't. wait till fall or you will
get left. A.. D. Eads, 419 Guaranty Bldg. .
CHADBOURN A, BRADEN, 21 4th.ats7^an
rent your property at once: reliable tenants.
FOR RENT—NEW FOUR-ROOM COTTAGET
near Lake Harriet, cheap for balance of sea
son; screened porch. No. 4504 Vincent ay.
FOR RENT—NEW, MODERN, SEVEN
room house, 417 Walnut st SE,. $25. F. M.
Durgin, 65 Minnesota Loan and Trust Bldg.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—UNTIL SEPT. 15, MODERN
furnished house,; 1909 Portland ' ay, cheap to
man and wife or small family; references re
quired. ■ Call at house for particulars. ••.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS : ,
FREE FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under thli
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
lng.thead.-y .-:•■--■■ >-. .-. _____^__ ■
FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN;
front on Nicollet; finest rooming building in
the city. New Albion, 711.Nicollet ay. .
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM FOR. RENT;
strictly first-class;, house modern. * 522 Bth
st S. '- - ■•;. ', ■ \ .:' •••--■ • - ;*'-'
FOR RENT—TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED
for housekeeping; modern; $8 per month. 812
10th St S. ' ' ' "■/- , : , ><;■■:*■■ '■■ ■
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL MOD
ern; use of telephone. Call at 6 13th st S.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOUR PLEASANT FRONT; DOWNSTAIRS.
$10. ' 920 sth'av':3; : ■■, ■ •" - ■ ■ * -
.FOR RENT—FIVE, UPSTAIRS, 1005 WASH
ington ay S, $8 per month. . -'
FOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS OF HOUSE, 1105
±Vz st N; four rooms; newly papered and
painted; $8.50. W. C. Allan, 219 Kasota Blk.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS "
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18TH
at,, second floor. Apply Frank Miller. .- \
SEVERAL MODERN FLATS, $22.50 TO $30;
six and seven rooms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nic.
MODERN FLAT, NO. 1, 1825 4 9TH AY S;
rent reasonable; very desirable. - - '
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN ELEGANTLY FlN
ished flat for rent at once; 1804 Park ay; $35
per month; very desirable. Apply to janitor.
THOROUGHLY MODERN SIX TO NlNE
room, steam-heated flats,' $27.50 to $40 in
Gayner block. No.. 1726 9th ay S; Lincoln
Court, No. 920 E 19th st; Ashmore, 325 6th ay
SE. Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan.
STRICTLY MODERN SEVEN-ROOM FLAT;
Coronado, 408 E 14th_st. $25. See janitor.
FOR RENT— FIRST-CLASS, EIGHT-ROOM
flat, ready for occupancy Aug. 1; central
location. Inquire Fred D. Young, 513 Nicollet.
27 ~ OFFICES /
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet Inquire
room 11. ■ • ■" '•■•'- ■•■■' ■ .-.-;.- :;,
28 STORES U
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY.
FOR RENT—PLATE-GLASS-FRONT STORE
in brick block, 1222 Washington ay S, $10' per
month. V .= ■ i^iL-'.'-t' ■ ...
30 MISCELLANEOUS ,:,. •>■,
FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO ROOMS, SEC
ond floor, 424 Nicollet ay, for photograph
finisher, doctor or agency business,'sls each.
■ Fireproof safe for rent, $1.50 per month.
108 Washington ay S. v ■ , '— --.;
Shop for . painter, carpenter or repairing.
237 10th asr S.
Small shop, 217 Ist st N. $5 per month.
SHOEMAKER WANTED TO RENT SHOP,
with machine, etc., $5 per month. Apply at
shop, 611 sth st N, at once.
31 HELP WANTED—
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed wnile you wait,
60c. Starr Steam Cleaning House. 622 Hen.
WANTED—IOO RAILROAD LABORERS FOR
Lakota and Bottineau, N. D.; $1.75 per day;
board $3.50 per week. Call at Western Em
ployment Co., 103 and 218 Nicollet ay. .
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED 60c7
pants recut Into style or bicycle panes, Vsc;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, ■ SI. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 50c. yoegeli.
'WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS STEADY MAN
to black stoves; none but an experienced I
blacker need apply. Answer with experience
and reference. E 1070, Journal. . - ?
A RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO
handle stock ■of first class Texas oil com
pany on salary. Lands in proven field. Ad
dress Guaranteed Oil Investment Co., Port
Arthur, Texas. ■ , ■ ■ **';.
I WANTED—TINNERS, NON-UNION, FIRST
! class workmen only. H. L. Day, 1122-1126
Yale place. ''-^;;.■.;■:_, \ ■..,. >-,
PREPARE FOR THE FALL DEMAND FOR
competent office help by attending the Minne-
Bota School of Easiness now. 64 3d st S.
j MORE MEN TO SELL FADE AWAY, THE
j great bedbug destroyer. 39 Palace Court.
! WANTED—AN ALL-AROUND BUTCHER;
| must be sober and industrious; single man
preferred. Address X 1071, Journal. /.
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS KNOT SAWYER^
at once; steady work for good man. R. C.
Libbey, Hastings, Minn. ■ , : ,
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH,
for general work, horseshoeing and \ plow re
pairing; work year around; good pay to the
right party; none but first-class workman
need apply. Gust Peterson, Buffalo. Minn. -
BOY, STRONG AND WILLING, TO WORK
in restaurant. The Grill, 308 Ist ay S. ; : ■
WANTED —AN ; ALL-AROUND HORSE
| shoer who can do both floor and fire work.
Apply to William Sefton, 3212 Washington
ay N, city. ...-., ..
MAN, WANTED TO TAKE CARE OF LAWN
and do general outdoor work. J. C. Eliel
3d st and l3t ay N. . ■ , '
WANTED, AT ONCE, WOOD TURNER AP
ply Barnard-Cope Mfg. Co. ',
■WANTED—YOUNGr MAN FOR GENERAL
office work. Address in own handwriting,
stating experience and salary wanted H 1073
Journal. '.-.- ,-> :. . . . ,-. : ■,
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COACHMAN
at 1112 2d ay S. : . . - '
CATON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, SHORT
hand, typewriting, '. telegraphy, English ; and
normal training, 614-616-618-620 Hennepin ay;
accommodates 2,500 * students annually. The
largest business'college in ! America. '• Day
and evening school. : Room . and board, after
September, $2.50. We'pay cash for names of
prospective students: j Catalogue free. Tui
tion very reasonable. - ■■■ ■ •";,,-.- ;
MAN—EXPERIENCED IN CARE HORSES
and cows. Give last place of employment
and references. . C 1060, Journal. ■■■■■-_ "•;■.:
YOUNG MAN WANTED—TO MAKE HlM
self useful about ice cream factory. ».: Must
come well recommended. 808 Ist ay S. -
WANTED—BARBER. STEADY - WORK.
1303 Marshal st NE.. ■■ : t -
WANTED—TWO' GOOD SHINGLERS. LAR
awa, 503 Ist ay S or 2745 Aldrlch ay S, after
■ 6 p. m. - s : ' •:-':''•"■'■' %;':-::'-:"- ■- ] ■■■:-. '.. ■>: -
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN FOR KITCHEN
porter. Regan & Co., 23 4th st S. .:
DOZEN MEN TO HELP BUILD GRAIN EL
evator and sheds, Marion, ; Lamoure county,
N. D.; good wages, .transportation furnished;
right .on ground for harvest work soon as
jab complete. Apply Powers Elevator Co.,
18 Flour Exchange.'' . «- . >
WANTED—MAN TO WORK IN LIVERY "
616 E 17th st, city. ;
WANTED—AN~~ERRAND BOY. El 9TH
BfS.-.-s -. ■•-■■--.?;>-■:: -;.y ■■ -..,■:■.• -:.■,...>; ■...■■ -
BREAD BAKER WANTED— ONCE.'
Lewis Home Bakery, 1009 Nicollet. > ? "■?v .■ ■■■■■>■■
STEAM SHOVEL FOREMAN WANTED.
Strong clerk to travel and look after board
ing cars. 1-. ""■-■ . '-;'., ■'.'■'■■' ■■ • ■ \.'/i ■■' "".■.■' '; -.:
300 railroad laborers for Wisconsin; $2 per
day, ' free ■ pass. ;No fees • charged on \ this
.work.' 1- ••■■";. ■.,": ';' :••-.;-,■.. ■ .vu '.-' ;^::--.; :\i'-,i :-.,'
•, 40 laborers • for . North Dakota; ' ' teamsters,
' scraper :- holders, ■ finishers. ■' Free f fare.
-.'■ National Employment; Co., 200" Nicollet ay
• 222 3d ay S.V,?' r^ir ' :■■', ■-: ■'■■-< :':. '; --'-^J^
WANTED—GOOD f ALL-ROUND r BUTC|_i_i7
Address Hurley^ _ : Hail, '■ Aberdeen, S. D. . ■%$*
Continued. . '.'-■,
WANTED—MAN;WITH; HEAVY TEAM ?TO
haul. fuel. No wagon'required. Hennepin
Steam Laundry. Co., 120-122 lbt ay N. -
BARBERWANTED—S4 GUARANTY TO THE
right man. Gus A. Bahr, 14 "Washington
ay S, corner Nicollet and Washington.
ACTOR AND AOTRESSESE WANTED, TAL
ented amateur! actor and actress; ■' 'willing .to
pay; for private coaching by great star in part
for road, -. if ability warrants an engagement.
R 1073. Journal. -
WANTED— UNMARRIED MAN TO
travel; all expenses paid; can make $20 to $30
weekly; must invest $300 about 30 days, to
complete enterprise, well secured. P 1072,
Journal. . ' ;
WANTED—IO BRICKLAYERS, MONDAY
mornuig, at new Dayton building, 7th st and
Nicollet; steady employment. J. L. Robinson.
WANTED— FILLERS. TWO FIRST -
coaters. Apply finishing foreman, North St.
Paul Table Co.;.North,St. _ Paul.
EXPERIENCED HORESHOER WHO CAN
also do general blacksmith* work; steady em
ployment. J. H. Linke, Lynchburg, N. D.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED BARBER, WHO
is.a good musician, playing any instrument
in brass' band. , Clarinet preferred. Address
And Peterson, Alexandria, Minn.
WANTED-rGOOD - COACHMAN TO CARE
for ■ team, lawn i and cow. ' Inquire 700 Globe
building. " •. - •
■SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING
books and other office specialties; fine side
lines; easy sellers; liberal terms; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend,
Ind. 'l; •■•■ -■-■■ ■• ;■.» ■■''. ■.-•.":.■■.•.'.- ■■•.
300. RAILROAD LABORERS FOR WISCON
sin and Minnesota,' $2 per day; free pass out
and return; no fees on this work.
- 25 teamsters, scraper holders and grade fin
ishers for North Dakota. Free fare.
. National Employment Co., 200 Nicollet ay,
223 3d ay S. :i ",' : .....' .
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
BEST PRICES PAID for ladies' and gents'
clothes, etc. Call or write 108 S Washington.
'-■••;•■ •-■• : -. .-:< -■• • ■ ■ I
SEWING GIRLS, AS WELL AS
experienced operators, can find
steady employment making shirt
waists and wrappers ou power
sewing machines. Best pay In the
city. Sterling Mfg. Co., corner
sth ay N and 3d st, second floor,
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED AND COM
petent cook' and housemaid; best references
required and highest wages paid. 801 Grove
NEAT HOUSEKEEPER, BETWEEN AGES
of 25 and 35,. for single man, on farm. Ad
dress C. H. Sweet, White Rock, S. D.
PREPARE FOR THE FALL DEMAND FOR
competent office help by attending the Minne
sota School of Business now. 54 3d st S.
WANTED, AT ONCE] ARCADE HOTEL,
Watertown, S. D., laundry girl, pan washer,
chambermaids and dining-room girl. Address
or call C. J. Boardman, Vendome Hotel, Min
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS STENOGRA
pher and typewriter; only experienced opera
tors need apply. Address P 1071, Journal.
A YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAirHOUSE^
work; good washer and ironer. 409 9th st S.
COMPETENT SERVANT FOR GENERAL
housework; $5 per week paid for one who
can fill the place. 3127 2d ay S.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Must be good cook. Call at 4100
DISHWASHER—AT MARKET RESTAU~
rant, 44 Central Market.
WANTED—GOOD SCANDINAVIAN GIRL
for general housework; family of two. Ap
ply at C. T. Nelsou's, 429 Cedar ay.
WANT E D—GIR L~TO ASSTST~At GENERAL
housework, at 3013 Park ay.
WANTED—BRIGHT, AMBITIOUS AND EX
perienced German clerk, for general store;
gentleman or lady. Apply tq E. C. Gutter
seu & Co., 508 Plymouth ay N.
A BAD COMPLEXION NEVER GETS BET
ter of itself. Doctor with Satin-Skin Cream
and Powder, gaining healthy satin skin. 25c.
WANTED—WOMAN NiGHT~C~OOK, AT THE
New Flour City restaurant, No. 204 Hen, ay.
WANTED—SHIRTMAKERS AND SEWING
girls, experienced ou power sewing machines;
day or piecework. D. Cohen & Co., 519 Ist
GIRL TO IRON LADIES' CLOTHES; ALSO
girl to wash flannels. Phoenix Laundry Co.,
315 Ist ay S.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Call on Mrs. Macßae, 124 W
WANTED—THIRD COOK, DINING-ROOM
girls and dishwashers. Eureka Restaurant,
35 Washington ay S.
WANTED—WAIST AND SKIRT MAKERS.
51 9th st S.
A GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS MARKING
clothes, to work in lauudry. Modern Hand
Laundry, 1928 4th ay S.
girls. Also second cook. Golden Star res
taurant, 114 3d st S.
WAN TED—AN~EXPERIENCED COOK AND
dining-room girl; good wages; references re
quired. 1319 2d st N^
WANTED—COMPETENT COOK AND GEN
f-ral housework. Call at 2300 Park ay.
WANTED—ONE GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL
and a dishwasher, at Hans' restaurant, 222
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, AT
once; two in family.. Call 2928 Clinton ay.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL~HOUSE
work. Inquire 2617 16th ay S.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small, modern flat and srood
wages; call in the morning. 59 Lyndale ay
N, Groveland flats, flat 2.
WANTED—A YOUNG LADY TO ASSIST
| and wait on customers; must come well rec
j oimpended. 808 Ist ay S.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED FOR A COUPLE
of months by two brothers on a farm; good
wages paid. Address Box 27, Verdi, Minn.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of two. Flat H, 637 E 18th st.
WANTED, ENTERTAINING SCHOOL GIRL]
13 to 16 years, as companions and helper to
lady through vacation, for board and room.
Address C 1074, Journal.
COMPETENT GIRL FO~R GENERAL HOUSE
work. Small' family. 328 4th st SE.
COMPETENT GIRL^WANTED FOR GEN^
eral housework; good wages; small family
2301 Portland ay.
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSEKEEPER WANT
ed between the ages of 25 and 35 for a wid
ower in town; a good home for the right
party. Address W 1073, Journal.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts: new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d st S.
LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF DRAFTERS^
farm mares, drivers and mules are dally re
ceived at Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway
Horse Market, Midway, St. Paul, Minn. All
horses sold under written guarantee to be a3
represented. Part time given if desired.
CALL ON L. B. WOOD & CO., 108-110 3D AY
N, Minneapolis, if you want to buy a RUN
ABOUT, BUGGY or SPRING WAGON
cheap. We have bought for CASH and will
sell on TIME for less than WHOLESALE
prices. We have anything you want in the
VEHICLE LINE and must close out in 30
days. We also have a full stock of DELIV
ery WAGONS, open and top work. Don't for
get to see us.
CLOSING LESS THAN COST, $2,000 STOCK
buggies; bargains. Neff, 237 Hennepin ay
FOR SALE—A TWO-SEATED, OPEN CAR
riage, for sale cheap. 1112 2d ay S.
SALE-PAIR OF BIG GELDINGS, AGES 6
and 7; weight over 1,100 each; fine roadsters;
price low. 1112 2d ay S.
SALE—OPEN TWO-SEAT BUGGY, CHEAP"
1112 2d ay S. ■
I WILL OFFER FOR SALE MY TWO-SEAT
family horse, a beautiful sorrel, with white
mane and tail, city broke, 6 years old, weight
1.250, stands 16 hands high; as fine a looker
as in the city; sound; well worth $250, but
If sold this week $150 buys him. 307 Bth st SE.
FAMILY HORSET HARNESS AND TOP
buggy for sale cheap. Call at Ensign baru
23 4th gt N.
ONE YOUNG MARE, LIGHT BUGGY AND
harness and one good old horse, sound, all
for $50; will sell separate. 3213 18th ay S.
FOR SALE-1.000-POTJND HORSII GOOD
traveler; afraid of nothing; $30. Might take
ft 1901 wheel or good gun. 1347 Perm ay N.
$200 BUYS PAIR OF~MATCHED BAYS, 6
years old, weight 1,100 each; also toppy single
driver, weight 1,175, $125. 2316 4th st N.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, TEAM HORSES, 1,000
pounds each, 7 and 9 years old and sound;
good roadsters; sell separate or exchange for
heavy team. 31G sth ay S.
FOR SALE—FINE TWO-SEAT, COLUMBUS
Buggy Co. make. Call after 6p. m., make
offer. 1825 Qirard ay S.
HANDSOME VICTORIA AND BANGOR
buggy, good as new, for sale at a bargain.
1344 Ist ay S.
FOR SALE, CHEAP, PIANO BOX BUGGY,
good condition; see it at barn,- 2637 Portland.
$90 BUYS MY PERFECT FAMILY HORSE;
safe and sound and fast; fine runabout buggy
and harness. Must sell; alley is closed.
1404 2d ay S.
FOR SALE—3-YEAR-OLD HORSE. CLINE'S
barber shop, 31st and Nicollet.
m TAKES GOOD DELIVERY MARE, 7
years old; weight 1,100. 42d st and 40th ay S.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
FOR SALE—HORSE, HARNESS AND BUG
gy, safe for lady to drive, or trade for dia
monds. World Window Cleaning Co., 221
A GOOD GENTLE HORSE AND A $75 BUG-
By_andjiarness, alljor_?so : _23oo 10th ay S.
FOR SALE—ONE GOOD, STRONG TEAM
of heavy work horses. Call or address Gust
Olson, 422 Perm ay N, city.
WANTED—A SECOND-HAND TRAP HAR
aess for a large horse. Must be in good re
pair. Cheap. 328 E Lake st.
WANTED—GOOD, GENTLE, DRIVING
Qorse, for its keep during the summer; flrst
2lass pasture. Address Mrs. Cunningham,
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GOOD, WIDE
two-scut park wagon or trap, or a three-seat
canopy top. Address, stating where can be
seen and price, G 1074, Journal.
W*. L, L PAY 50c A DAY FOR USE OF HORSE
and light delivery wagon for one week. Call
Friday morning. Hirth, New Store, shoe de
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable- con-
Bdentlal. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist a* S.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc.. goods to remain In your un
disturbed possession. • ■
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOM 3
Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2, Globe Building.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,"
furs in storage and warehouse: receipts at
Dne-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co.. 826 Guaranty Loan. |
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE."
pianos, etc.. without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan , Co., room 306, Bank of
Commerce bulld|ng, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal' prop
erty : charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
PRIVATE PARTY AT 504-C - GUARANTY
building, will loan you any amount you want
at lowest rates; easy monthly payments.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—PAIR GLASSES, FROM HENNEPIN
ear. Return to 3016 Hennepln ay for reward.
POUND—ROLL OF STAMPS. LOSER CAN
have same by proving property. Address N
1073, Journal. .
FOUND— A HEMSTITCHED HANDKER
;hief, not far from Monroe car line. Call at
513 loth ay NE.
LOST—A PEARL PIN, A SUNBURST OF
pearls. Please return to Journal for reward.
LOST— CIRKLER'S DRUG STORE, OR
in that block, small alligator purse, contain- '
ing change and keys. Return to Journal for
reward. : ■.: :; >._•,. . ...._.-
WILL THE PARTY WHO TOOK LADY'S
umbrella and package in mistake, lrom drug
counter, Donaldson's Glass Block Store,
please return same to manager's office and
save trouble?- :
LOST—BAY MARE, 1,000 POUNDS; BLACK
mane and tail. Address F 1074, Journal.
LOST—AT OR NEAR~~LAKE HARRIET, ON
Wednesday evening, a pair of spectacles, in
case. Return to Miss Stirling, 9 4th st S.
Reward. . .
LOST—BUNCH OF KEYS, BETWEEN ~i£f
ay N and Washington and 3d and Nicollet.
Return to Windsor Hotel for reward.
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
»v: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPEC
ialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
40 RUG MFG.CARPET CLEANING
FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS.
We pay the in freight to out-of-town orders;
carpet cleaning, making over, laying; best
work, lowest rates. NATIONAL CARPET
AND RUG CLEANING CO.. George D. Walk
er. Prop. Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
£[ MINNETONKA PROPERTY
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL RISAL
Btate business, but make a specialty of Lake
Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
fe Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
PRIVATE BOARDING FOR REMAINDER"
of season or longer; no children under 12
years. Address A 1063, Journal.
42 - -NOTICE -..
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned,sl; main springs,?!; war'ntd.
NOTICE—EXTRA DEEP-CUT PICTURE
sale; fine new pastels, oil paintings; discount
on framing pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
DR. B. SHEPARD.HAS REMOVED HER
office to 620& Nicollet. Telephone 1892-J2.
Residence, South 863 LI. Office hours, 11
a. m. to 5 p. m. '.' "
FEMALE DISEASES CURED ~~~
By Dr. Wl*ee;er, specialist; irregular'men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis. ■ • • • ■
t EXAMINATION FREE.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; private home for women before and
during confinement; new book 25c, all you
need to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
FIFTEEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL OF DR.
Chance's Hair Renewer, Medicated Shampoo
«nd Scalp Food, absolutely free. Dr. Oliver
K. Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapol-
Us, Minn. Office hours, lo to 12:30 and 2 to
6 p. m. Twin City telephone,- 1600.
LADIES— REWARD FOR AN ABNOR
maI, obstinate case of suppression, any
cause, my Regulator fails to • relieve ; In 24
hours. Positively guaranteed. .No ergot or
pills. Many saved from suicide. Ideal safe
borne treatment. Mail $3. Dr. Jackson, R. C.
812, 167 Dearborn st, Chicago. .■' ■-
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 50c. Voegeli.
MOTH, TAN AND FRECKLES REMOVED
by using Bradley's Face Wash, fr.r sale by
Donaldson's, Olson's and Minneapolis Dry
Goods. . Agents wanted. Apply to Mrs. C. S.
Bradley, 267 Dupont ay N, Minneapolis.
WE PAY CASH for old gold and silver.
Leber's Jewelry Store, 213 Hennepln. •
- PROF. ZENO,
Teacher of all branches occult science, mag
netic, osteopathy and suggestive therapeutic
treatments; no matter what your disease,
chronic or nervous, you will be surprised at
his success with you. 629 Ist ay S.
MAGNETIC HEALER—MOST WONDERFUL
cures; never give up until you have tried
magnetic healing. 341 E 19th st. Office
hours, 9t05 p. m. ■ • ' •
ALL ADMIT SATIN-SKIN CREAM AND
Powder are the finest toilet articles. Ten
thousand testimonials mean much.
BALLOON ASCENSION, FRIDAY, JULY 19.
Professor Hoffman, from Rockford, 111., as
cends to the clouds at Minnehaha Falls.
PERSONAL—IF THE LADY WHO WISHES
to impart the natural tint of youth and beau
ty to her complexion will try "Blush Rose,"
the desired result will be accomplished, t Not
affected by perspiration, j For sale by Thomp
son Drug Co., 3d st and Ist ay S. ■: "■
CHIROPODY— BUNIONS AND ALL
foot troubles promptly corrected. Electroly- 1
sis for the removal of superfluous hair, moles,
warts, etc. Anna M. Griswold, 417 .'Medical
block. ■ -,-■■■ ■ ■■
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
W.A. BARNES & CO., 300-2 NICOLLET AY.
We have money to loan in unlimited amounts,
on good real estate security, at 5, 6 and 7 p. c!
[ MAKE A SPECIALTY-OF-SIOO-TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus bldg.
£6 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT. (JAMES F.
Williamsan and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--»25 Guaranty Loan : building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 62. McQlll build
ing. Washington. D. C. ■ : ■ • . ■
P. H. GUNCKEL. 745 Temple Ct, counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302'NICOLLET,
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
WE BUY and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Quiet & Co.. 109 4th si S.
— BRICK AND, FRAME RESIDENCE
of nine rooms; good stable; very handsome
borne, with fine shade trees; 2317 Harriet ay;
take Lyndale ay car. It must be bought quick
if at all, ' and it is. no use' offering leas than
this amount. The price; now is ' less: than
half what" the property ■' cost. " Edmund O.
Walton, , 300 Hennepin ay. . ■';•'■ .
$3,ISO—THAT' MODERN HOUSE, 2525 HEN~
tiepin ay, : is for sale; two parlors, 1 dining
room and library; also reception hall, finished
in: hardwoods; t five ; bedrooms ' and \ bathroom,
finished in pine; front and back stairs; full
basement, furnace," etc. This house is a great
bargain. 'It; has two - mantels ';> and grates;
ane.- large, sunny 'windows;' screens, storm
windows, etc.; etc. - The gas , fixtures do not
belong *to * the i house. ■* -. terms '?, will be ' made
sasy to ■ suit ; buyer; * $I,ooo '. down •' and " $500" a
fear, with '; 6 per; cent interest. -> Edmund G.
Walton, 300 Henaepin ay. '
Continued. ■,: :.-„■
BEST BARGAINS IN SMALL HOMES-s7o<
to $1,200; $100 down and monthly payments;
some brand new. Lauderdale & Co.. Tempk
AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY; 221 l
Illion ay, corner ; Hillside; eight-room hous<
and barn, $1,600. Lauderdale & Co., 365 Tem
ple Court. ■ -
ST. . ANTHONY PARK-NEW NINE-ROO^
all modern house, large „ lot, high ground
trees, hot water heat, beam ceilings, orna- ■
mental hardwood finish; only $3,200. W. W
Clark, 313 Nicollet.
$S,SOO—NEW HOUSE. BIGGEST BARGAIN
!q'?^Zxt6w £ouse; you oU £nt t0 • Bee thls
s3,oOO—New house; this is a beauty
«9£ »av^<, n l arseßt list eighth ward homes j
$2,250 to $20,000. We sell the most house.
If you are looking for a home see us. Nelaou
Rockwood & Little, 403 Ist ay S.
SEVERAL HOUSES WITHIN WALKING
distance of business center, good locations
on easy terms; safe investments. See owner'
1900 Hawthorn ay. -. _____" '■
GREAT SNAP, $3,000 7-ROOM HOUSE, $1,50$
only $500 down; property under foreclosure!
consists of full-size lot, good house cltl
water, well, full stone cellar, stone side
walk; half block from Como ears. Owner
Box 75. city. •
AT HALF PRICE, IF TAKEN AT ONCE*
fully modern, elegant 10-room house, iJ
splendid repair; on 2d ay. S. For particular!
address Mrs. Genevieve Greaves, 2510 Bryant
ay 8. N. W. Tel., South 174 J2.
FOR SALE— OR TRADE FOR MINNESOTA*
or lowa lands, 60 acres fruit land, set to fruit,
peaches, plums and apricots, all in bearing.
Price $900 net. Can assume part mortgage.
This land is in Taluco, California; 15 miles
from Los Angeles. Call on or address Wll
mot Parcher, 42 7th st S, Minneapolis, Minn.,
or J. W. Bryant, Bryn block, Los Angeles,
Cal. - . . ■.'
LOTS IN WALTON PARK, THE NEW 80
--acre addition at the corner of 36th ay N and
Lyndale ay N, will be formally opened to the
public by auction July 20. Every lot Is a
perfect lot and will be sold to the highest
bidder without any reserve; lots in this vicin
ity sell from $150 to $400 apiece. It Is a
grand opportunity to buy cheap. Main office,
25 6th st S. Branch offices, 300 Hennepin ay.
3600 Lyndale ay N. ....,..:',
CHOICE LOTS IN VICINITY OF NORTH
Side high school, $500 and $600 each. Lauder
dale & Co., 355 Temple Court. - ,
BARGAIN—BEAUTIFUL EAST FRONT LOT,
40x125 feet; three feet above grade; thre«
blocks to street cars; two blocks from school;'
once sold for $600 cash and will sell for that
again, but, if sold this week, $120 will take
it; title perfect; on 20th ay S and 35th st
Call at 2104 Park ay. J. S.. Woodard.
$125 EACH WILL BUY TWO LOTS, A MILE
this side of Walton Park. Come and sea cue
before buying. E. J. Clough, 511 Pboelnx
49 FARM LAUDS
QUARTER SECTION, BORDERING ON
Claremont. S. D., near elevators,' only . $10
per acre; or will trade for Minneapolis prop
erty. Lauderdale_& Co., Temple Court.
FOR SALE—I2O ACRES OF CHOICE WILD
land, in Pine county, Minn. Inquire at 2542
Hiawatha ay. .
wanted—a position as hotel clerk
by man with 10 years' exoerience and best of
references. R 1071, Journal.
YOUNG ART STUDENT WISHES TO
learn engraving. Address O 1073, Journal.
A COLORED MAN FROM KENTUCKY
would like a good home; understands care of
horses: good reference. 1207 3d ay S.
wouleTlike a job"—in a wholesalS
store or delivery; single man, not afraid of
work; has some business experience- well ac
quainted in city. D 1074, Journal.
COMPETENT AMERICAN HOUSEKEEPER
desires position; work in Minneapolis pre
ferred. Call or address H., 2208 18th ay S.
WANTED—BY HAMLINE STUDENT, GOOD
position; best references furnished- not ex
perienced. Address V 1073, Journal.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean~Roonu.
REALTY CO., 106 Ist «v N. Tel Main 2062 i.
BENZ BROS., transfer and storage; finest
vans and warerooms; goods moved by expe
rienced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels., 952.
wanted—lumber in exchange fob
engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Washing
ton ay SE.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We paj
cash for old gold or make Into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay 8.
CASH PAID for ail kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from ti»»
Towp Market. 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODB
made up for Pacific coast points, making a
big saving in freight. Parties moving to th«
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co., 4ti 3d st S.
stoves, buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. A 1101, Journal.
WANTED—A GOOD~NEW OR SECOND
hand rowboat, at once. Address G 1073,
WANTED—HAVING LOST ALL MY FlX
tures by fire recently, I am in the market for
good second-hand cases and counters. Ad
dress R. Eviugson, Kindred, N. D.
6Q WANTED TO REST
furnished house; central location; inside of
22d st and between Hennepin and Park ays;
for occupancy not later than Sept. 10. Ad
dress G 1065, Journal.
WANTED—IO-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE
for one year, from Aug. 1; references ex
changed. Address N 1070, Journal.
WANTED—TO RENT BY~~SEPT. 1, NINE OR
ten-room, thoroughly modern house; good lo
cation, with yard; might buy. A 1073, Jour
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
EVERY ONE TO ATTEND THE REAL E3
tate auction of lots at Walton Park, July 20,
1901. They will go cheap. Call for particu
lars at main office, 25 6th st S, or on the
ground, corner 36th ay N and Lyndale ay N.
WANTEIS^fHE~BEST LOT |o|ooo SPOT
cash will buy near as possible to down-town,
district; about 15,000 scjuare feet, with tracx
age. P 1067. Journal.
WANTED—TO BUY LOT BETWEEN HEN
nepin and 11th ay S, inside Lake st; not
over $800; cash deal. B 1074, Journal.
63 MINES AND MINING
• ♦>♦♦>♦ >♦ ot too ♦♦♦»»♦s■»»»♦»
♦> LAST FINANCIAL STATEMENT SIX % '
♦;♦ Eagle ! Mining company shows : stock [•>
♦;♦ worth over $400 per share. Company, «S»
♦> trying to raise what little money they <•
♦;♦ need by issuing bonds.' No orders to •*♦>:*'
•> stop selling yet. Buy immediately. A
•> Six Eagles Mining company. Loan •>
♦> and Trust building. , .*.
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TROANDIK, TROANDIK, GREAT STRIKE—
June 27, . Manager Hansen writes: "Have
struck main pay streak; gold pans from 25c
to $1. It goes clear across mine." Buy stock
before | withdrawal from market; '. price 4 to
6 cents. Get prospectus. Troandik; box 75.city.
65 . moving"
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
Dackers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d <t
S. Telephone Main 656. both companies. *
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture maW, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and ; finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L. I
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES;
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINQ '
MACHINERY— STOCK of second- :
hand and new machines In the . north
You can SEE what you buy' and we back up a
What we sell/ NORTHERN MACHINERY. "
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d st, Minneapolis,
74 FURRIERS ~V
A. REINER, PRACTICAL FURRIER, 15 9TH
st "• 8; ■■' fur. work in all v branches; ; repairing,
storage and insurance at lowest rates through '
the summer.: Telephone 2729-JS. - ;■: '■■-.*'-. 0--i ,;
75 ; : BINDER TWINE~
anteed to run 500 feet or more; correspond
ence solicited. This .is %c under jobbing
price. Cooper Cordage * Co., < Minneapolis. r^