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SAINT PAUL WANTS.
AGENTS wanted to sell the Triumph self
wringing mop; best selling article ever in
troduced. Call or address T. S. W. Mop Co.. .01
i collet iv,, Minneapolis. f w °
AGENTS— Men wanted to attend every fair in
the Northwest to sell my Eclipse bagholder;
it is new; unparalleled success; one made $108 one
week, another $36 in one day; sample sent for
price 35 cents, or three for *1. John Haisley, 217
East Seventh st., upstairs, agents' supplies office.
GENTS— greatest victory ever achieved
selling my safety rein-holder; « and *10
a day being easily made: I want men at every
fair in the Northwest. John llaisley, 217 East
Seventh St., upstairs. '-*'•
AGKXTS— the entire Northwest at
the fairs for the Ohio rug machines and rug ,
patterns ;i£ you want to coin money don't mis» this;
ladies succeed as well as men; machine and pat
tern sent for $1. John Haisley. 217 East Seventh^
upstairs. , 3 *'
BOOK PRINTERS— Brown, Treacy 4 Co..
142 East Third. ; _
"DUTCH ER for delivering and who can help in
XJ the shop. F. Weiss, corner Dale and Ash
land. . *
nOY wanted at 79 West Seventh st.
BOY— Good reliable. 14 or 16 years eld. Smith's
X) tropical fruit store. _J»
BOY Good, to learn show card and sign
painting; 153 East Seventh st., corner Jack
BOY— Good smart. 16 or 17 years old, who lives
with parents: wages $3 to $3.50 per week.
Call this morning at Hanley-Nelson Lime com
pany, corner Eighth and Wacouta. 5
OY— Good boy about sixteen years old. at the
Diamond Joe office; one who can write well.
Call at 8 a. m. to-day. *
BOY— Smart, to make himself generally useful
in an office. Postoffice. drawer "Q." 4
BOY 16 or IS year* old at Chicago chop house.
345 Robert st. i
BOY— Good live one about 15 years of age, at
'127 East Third at. *
BOY to tue care ot 2 horses and work around
the house. Call at 24 chamber commerce, 12
and 1 o'clock. _*
BOY 16 or IT years old to work in camp, corner
St. Chiir and Victoria sts., St. Anthony hill
street car. '}
BAKTKXCKK who speaks German and En
glish, and can furnish references. W. F..
ISO. West Third st 3
/SOACHMAN— Must be well recommended
V and acquainted with the city; no Swede
need apply. Call at 272 Jackson St., (below
Third.) _ *
C~YIi;AKM AKERS— Two. lon a *13 job and
t another on *11 job. M. Sulzbaeh, Grafton.
OAKI'KNTKKS on Summit ay., opposite Vir
_/ ginia aT. Campbell Bros. 3
7T\KJUKJI with pony and cart: apply at once
V/ " a t Globe office. W. E. Magraw. circulator.
CASH HOY— Bright, clean, neat. Boston One
Trice Clothing store, cor. Third and Robert
roots. . , .
COOK— Good, at Shakopee house, who can do
! a>try. etc; apply immediately; man or wo
man. 189 and 131 West Fourth st. _
OOK— lmmediately. Call at 384 Exchange st.
pOOK- plain, at 637 Cedar st. 3
DRUGGIST, registered, must speak and write
German. Call at-18S Concord st. _5
F" OUR A 1 CARPENTERS for finishing; 9
_T a. m. Thursday. 553 St. Peter at. 5
REIGHT CLERK— A thoroughly competent
£ and reliable freight clert: no one who has
not had experience in this work need apply. Noyts
Bros. & Cutler. _?
(1 ASFITTER— Apply to J. P. Adamson, 246
T W. Third st. j»
(~"~Tvs FITTER, plumber and a good helper, in
IT the morning, at J. F. McQuillan's, 420 Wacouta
fA ENERAL BLACKSMITH by 11. K. Mor
\JT can. Pleasant Valley. St. Croix county. >\ is.
IVK MAN to handle a specialty; good pay to
right party; 79 Went Third st. 265
MAN— -Capable, energetic, outside man; salary
»12. ba West Third st. *
MAX to drive a pretzel wagon. 141 West Third
MEN— Two good men; salary and commission;
apply after 9a. m. 317 Wabasha. room 4. 3
OXE PORTER and three white barbers, cor
ner Jackson and Fourth st- Adam Schuster.
PLASTERER to go in country to plaster house.
Call early at 613 Gorman ay., P. E. West
eruelt. ] 3
PKKSS FEEDER— strong boy to run
job press at Labor Echo office, Seventn and
Jackson. • -
SMART boy , by Mr*. C. F. Abbott, 451 Selby ay.
VLE!*MAX— One who wishes to enter an
established Sir in. and can loan $500 to $10,000
OH good security with interest; a rare chance for
the right man. ■ Z.. Globe. 2GC
SALE*MAX-Kxperienced furnishing goodsman
thoroughly acquainted in the city, 1 with first
class references only. Address or call at Manhat
tan, Seventh and Jackson sts. 5
QTOXECUTTERS— Six Wednesday morning.
0 Inquire on Summit ay., two houses west of
IIOKMAKER— Good shoemaker at once.
Mathias Becker, St. Cloud. Minn. 5
SHOEMAKER— At 405 Wabasha st
■ , I
SECURE $1,000 in five years by joining the
Union Endowment association; our agents
are making from $100 to ?500 per month. Write
for terras to E. M. French, secretary, 430 Waba
■ha st., St. Paul. 2C5-G9
T( HUEE GENTLEMEN to represent us in
J- St. Paul and Minneapolis; salary or com
mission; none but those wishing to work need ap
ply. Address F. P., Globe office. 266-C9
TEX CARPENTERS with tools, to build
roundhouses in Iowa; $2.50 per day; free
fare out and back; go to-day. Loveland, Thiru
and Rosabel. 2CO
TEAMSTER, at corner of Alabama and Ful-
J. ton sts.. West St. Paul. _5
rp IX SMITH at 91 Concord st. West side. 4
rpiXXERS— good ones at 500 St. Peter
1 st. 5
rpiXXEß German, at 135 Concord st. 5
IXXERS— At Prendergast Bros., 62 Kast
X Third st. _3
T TPIIOLSTERER— At 305 West Seventh.
_U : 5
WOOD TURNER— Good pay and steady
work to a first-cla ss man. Schickler &
> Wilson. comer Sixth and Cedar sts. a
"\ V 7" A lTEß— Experienced, 343 Wabasha st. 3
YOUXG MAX"— one to work in hotel.
Inquire at Stock Exchange hotel, Union
Park. __^_ 5
P./"i BOCK and stationmen for Northern Wis- ,"
•J\J consin and Michigan; steady work all
winter; 15 for Jone\vilie, Wis.: $1.75: 20 track
layers; $2 a day. Colton, 340 Sibley st.; 12 South
Second St.. Minneapolis. 26G
ACHILLES' Intelligence office. 165 East Sev-
J\ enth st., corner Jackson, over Manhattan
clothing store, is great gathering point for girls;
here they are treated right: here is the cream of
places; wanted. 2 No. 1 family cooks; 200 house
workers; 1 laundress; 1 second girl. Achilles'.
A TPREXTICE GIRL— I teach the best
APPRENTICE GIRL.— I teach the best
XX French model in five months. Apply, 384
Franklin St., cor. Seventh st. 5
VPPRENTICE — Dressmaking wages paid
I\. after three months. ■ 215 West Seventh st. 5
PPREXTICE to learn dressmaking, at 516
Mississippi st. . 5
A" LX STRONG, reliable girls wanting good
wages and places free of charge, call at
Hayes" Intelligence office: 20 family cooks, wages
$14 to $13; SO kitchen maids for St. Anthony hill;
SOU house maids, general work, 589 Wabasha, near
capitoL ■ 265-66
CLERK— An active young lady of experience;
>— ' must speak German and work 3 evenings in
the week._ A. 11.. Globe. 3 j
FAMILY WASHING- Woman to take out I
small washing every week. Call at 378 Not th
Exchange st. 5
f~i OOD WOMAN to take an infant baby home
V 3" to take care of it for the winter. W., Globe.
pEXERAL HOUSEWORK— good girl at
vT 652 Wabasha.
pEXERAL HOUSE WORK— A girt at . 641
vJ" Cedar st. * 5
GIRLS for places; places for girls; cooks for
hotels and private houses, dining-room, sec
ond and general housework; high wages for com
petent girls at employment agency, 317 Wabasha.
C % IRL.S to learn dressmaking at 381 Broadway.
GIRL, for general housework at 447 East Eighth
T st. 4
Immediately, good, to do light house
work in small family; call at once at 613
Laurel ay. 4
GIRL to do general housework, at 149 Pleasant
ay.. between Third and Sixth sta. - •■ ; g V
GIRL in a private family, not afraid of -work';"
good wages. 2SO Pleasant ay. .'*-,
/~i IRL — one for small family; one that can'
vX ■ cook and wash; wages, $10 per month. Call
at 724 East Seventh st. ' ■ - 4
GIRL for general housework at 231 Spruce st.
f~l IRL for kitchen work at 525 Summit ay. 4
■ GIRL of 16 or 17 to take care of a baby at 301
■ Sherman st. . . . . . ■ . :• 4
. GIRL tor general housework; small family. ' 578
VJ Charles st. 4
'f\ — Competent for ( general housework~at
VT 469 Marshall ay. ■•;-'■ 4
j /~\ Competent, at 61 Iglehart st. , 4
GIRL for general housework at 177 Nelson ay.;
VT good wages to suitable person; ■ . -4
Female Continued* .
GIRL for general housework; must be trona g
VT and a good cook; experienced: high wages
paid. Call 130 Western %r. "rr 8
Gl I. to do general cooking, at 168 Pleasant
GIRL for general housework at 500 Burr st.
GIRL for general housework. Call at 506
Cedar St.. opposite cupitol. 3
GIRL — thoroughly competent girl for general
VT housework in a family of 4. Mrs. George O.
Lawton, corner Lawton st. and Grand ay. 3
GIRL for general housework at r.".' Kast Elev
enth at, second floor, ro om 3. 3
I KL for dining-room and chamber work at
VX 884 Exchange st.
("\ Jilt, — A good strong girl to do chamber work
VT and cleaning. Call to-day at 02 East Eleventh
st.. near capitol. 5
pi IRL for general housework at 164 Ellen st. 5
TRL for general housework; apply at once.
2:7 Iglehart st. •
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general nousework.
Inquire immediately at 547 Ashland ay. 5
HOUSE WORK— A girl for general housework
IT at 305 West Seventh. . 5
HOUSEWORK— Light, for a girl to do and
learn dressmaking: good home tor a willing
girl. Call at 151 Carroll st. 5
"VTURSE GIRL— I5»to 17 years old, to sleep at
_ ' homo; must be neat and amiable. Apply 3'J9
Walnut st. 5
'TV' URSK and second girl, at 365 Martin st.
ERVANT GIRL for general housework:
kj must be competent, a good cook, washer and
ironer, for a small private family; middle-aged
woman preferred: must come well recommended.
Apply No. 285 East Teuth st. 2to-07 j
TENO<JRAPHERS call for positions. Anne
C. Drew & Co.. room 9. Hale block, opposite
rriIREE LADIES to represent us in St. Paul
J. and Minneapolis; salary or commission;
none but those wishing to work need apply. Ad
dress F. P.. Globe office. 266-69
THREE EXPERIENCED German or Swede
X nurse girls, IS to 22 years; call immediately;
three family cooks for Fort Snelling. • 489 Waba
»ha st., near capitol. ■ 2u5-6
yy OMAN to wash, at 192 East Seventh. 5
OMAN who washes at home for the winter.
W O.MAN who washes at home for tne winter,
in good family; light work. Apply at
Room 5, Fifth and Jackson sts, on Thursday, troni
9 to 12. 5
WOMAN that understands. cooking. 384 Ex
» » change st. 5
SITU ATI : s!r~\vX'STE~u. ~~
A SAILOR who served the United States navy
_T_ for thirteen years and was honorably dis
charged, wishes a situation: can read and write,
is competent in knotting and splicing. C, 11.
A THOROUGHLY competent model and pat
tern maker, living in the Kast, would take a
permanent position in St. Paul. C. A. \V., 44,
chamber of commerce. St. Paul. 4
BARTENDER— Year's experience; speaks
XJ German and English. W. A. 8- 189 West
OOK KEEPER and collector, first-class,
XJ seeks an engagement; best city reference.
G. X., Globe. 3
BOY — boy wants a place to do chores
mornings, noons and evenings for board. F.
11.. Globe. ■ 3
BREAD for family of little children, by man
willing to work hard at anything; best city
references. Mac. Globe. 4
/COLLECTOR or city agent, by gentleman of
\y long business experience; speaks and writes
English, French and German; best references
given. W. X., Globu. _3
COOK. No. 1, either restaurant or hotel, wishes
a situation at reasonable wages. T. J. L..
Globe. ■ ■ b
CLERK — By an experienced young lady, in
V_v confectionery or toy store. Call or address
232 W. Seventh st. ■ ; 6
CLERK — A good German clerk wants a situa
tion; can give good reference; call at once.
A. C. Schmidt, 223 West Seventh st. 5
f^tLEKK — By young man with 4 years' exper
v> ience in the grocery business, in a wholesale
or retail grocery store; good references. A. N.,
p«ACHMAX-By a German in a private
v> family: city references. 305 West Seventh
»t. . 5
COACHMAN' — By a man of long experience in
J dr.ving and care of horses and carriages;
fully competent and reliable. - A. C. Globe. 4
pOACUJIAX By a young man, in private
V family and understands driving and taking
care of horses. . W. F. P., Glope. 3
pAKI'E'XTEK— First-class, by young man,
V/ bench work for the winter. 11. C., Glebe- 3
RUG CLERK— Registered, single; 6 years'
experience; best references furnished. Ad
dross 600^ Cedar st. 5
DRUG CLERK of two years' experience
wants situation to finish trade; best of
reference?. H. J., Globe. * 5
DRUG CLERK— By a registered pharmacist,
ten year?' experience: capable of taking
charge; liberal terms to right parties; good
references. L. X., Globe. ' 5
MPi7OYMENT~in a store or office, two days
JLj in each week, by a competent young man,
whose present occupation gives that much time
to spare. J. P.. room 204, Drake block. 3
ENGINEER— and machinist, de
sires situation; good references. S. T.,care
Globe. ■ 5
"TVRESCO PAINTER wants a situation, F. H
£ King, Globe office. 5
FIREMAN— Or will take any work for the
-T present. F. S. R., Globe. 5
TMKEMAN— Years of experience: handy man
£ t with tools. Stationary, Globe. 4
MAN for general work. Inquire ot once of
Smith & Farwell, 339 East Seventh st. 3
OFFICE WORK of any kind, by experienced
railroad man. Address L. W., Globe office.
PASTRY COOK and baker: first-class: 12
years experience; best references given.
T. T.. 166 Edmund* s:., St. PauL • 5
POSITION— By young, active German of fair
-L education, speaking and writing English,
German and French; business experience; refer
ence. L. N., Globe. 3
OTENOGKAPIIER— By a young man; can
O operate the typewriter: good references fur
nished. E. H. H., 367 Magnolia st. 3
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter, expe-
O rienced, is open to engagement. J. C. R., 472
Cooper st. 5
OALESMAN — Experienced dry goods sales-
O man wishes a situation for Oct. 1; first-class
references. B. 22, Globe. ■ 4
OITUATION in railroad office or wholesale
O house by competent young man; references
if required. B. E. D., 669 East Third st. 5
SITUATION in a wholesale house or store. C.
>J N., Globe. 5
OITUATION— By an elderly gentleman, to do
O * most any kind of light work in the city.
R.W.R., Globe. 5
ITU AT I O N in office or wholesale house by
O-; young man of first-class education; can fur
nish good references. G. H.. Globe. 3
SITUATION in wholesale or retail store by an
kj intelligent young man who speaks English
and Norwegian. C. H. Natwick, 1122 Washington
ay., Minneapolis. ■ 3
ITUATIOX wanted by a first-class draughts
man and civil engineer; references given. R,
S., Globe. -
rpRANSLATIONS made trom • English and
i German into Swedish, Norwegian and Dan
ish, or vice versa. Address 565 Lafayette ay. 5
TEACHER, experienced, wants a district
X school for the winter; has certificate to teach
in Dakota county. C. H. Kaberich. St. Paul. 3
WATCHMAN or something similar at moder
ate salary. E. Waage, care box R., St.
Paul, Miun. 3
WORK— Any kind; salary no object Labor,
Globe. ■ 3
WANTED— expert stenographer, corres
pondent and bookkeeper, a change: best
testimonials New York and St. Paul leading
houses. ' Rapid, Globe. ■ ■ 3
DOORKEEPER- Young lady wants position
Xj as bookkeeper; has had experience, and can
give good reference. A. 8.. Globe. 5
pLEUK— A young lady as clerk in confection-
V^ cry store; has had 5 years experience; un
exceptional reference. M. H., Globe. 5
pASHIEB or assistant in an office by a young
V_A lady of experience; references if desired. H.,
370 North Exchange st. 5
fiASHIER— By an experienced young lady:
v> . higest city references given. F. X., Globe. 3
MAKING and plain sewing done at
U 267 Nelson ay. 5
T^RESSMAKER— Experienced; sewing in
LJ families. 11 Summit ay. 4
FAMILY WASHING wanted at corner
Robertson st. and Fairfield ay. 5
■FAMILY SEWING— By an experienced seam
£ stress. Address or call on Miss A. Peterson,
707 Preble st. ■ 3
TTOUSEKEEPING by lady. 558 St. Peter st.
OTENOGRAPHER and typewriter, • lady,
O wishes position in office; quick and accurate
at figures; moderate salary. T., 39. 5
SECOND WORK— reliable girl; experi
. < ence in first-class family; good reference. D.
11. . Globe. . 5
SEWING— an experienced hand in dress
maker's shop. 62 Tilton st. 4
SITUATION— By a young lady of good address
O as clerk, assistant book-keeper or. general
office work. R. P., postoffice, Stillwater. Minn. 5
SECOND WORK— By very reliable girl ot ex-
O perience, in first-class family; good referen
ces: 620 St. Peter st, Young Girls' home. 4
»T«YPE- WRITER— By a young lady, where she
X can become proficient in general office work;
wages low to begin. F. G., Globe. 3
WASHING or housework by the day. airs.
R.. 455 St. Peter st. 5
YOUNG LADY of good general culture would
like occupation for an hour or two in the
afternoon as reader or amanuensis. H. H.. Globe. !
VO UNG GERMAN" who speaks English
X' fluently, - good . penman; ■ ' any business in
store or elsewhere, A. H. Clark. • "" " 5
THE; ST. PAUL PAIL'S* OLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING, fcEPTEMBER 23, 1886— TWELVE PAGES.
Renting Department of Harrison &
Handy 's Real Estate Agency. - ;
--137 East Sixth st., Hotel Ryan. .". . } "
OUSES for Tenants! Tenants for Houses!
We make a business of rents and collections.
Property owners, put your houses, business
blocks, stores, hotels, flats, offices, shops, , etc.,
for rent, in our hands: no , tenants, ;no charges;
we advertise your property at our own expense:
it coats you nothing. All who ■ desire to ; secure
houses, stores or any other kind of property to
rent, come to our office and let us show you our
Tor Rent" list. Wo can suit you. Harrison A
Handy. 137 East Sixth st.. Hotel Ryan. 236-66
A STORK, No 477 West Seventh st., basement,
water and all conveniences, suitable for dry
goods, shoe store or hardware store; terms rea
BUCK STORE— 22x85, plate glass
front; best location, near postoffice, North
field, Minn. B. Mergen. 266
BUSINESS CORNER— One of the best three-
XJ story business corners to rent. Inquire of
H. H. Herbst. owner. Gilflllan block. 206-96
NEW BRICK STOKE, 22x70 and 14 feet
high, with 8 rooms and office upstairs; tine
location on best street in New Ulm: rent only $70
per month; good chance for grocery or dry goods
business. Address W. Boesh. New Ulm. 259-1.5
ROBERT ST., 371— Store basement and tnree
XV upper floors. Oppeuheim & Kalman, 323
Jackson St. .255-74
STOKE, basement and upper floor. Sixth st.,
next to new Bank ot Minnesota and opposite
Ryan hotel; suitable for real estate office. Op
penheini X Kalman, 328 Jackson st. 255-74
DOUBLE HOUSE. 14 rooms each, or can be
used as one house; bath, hot and cold water;
100 feet from street cars. Call at 311 Sherman st.
FIFTH ST., 39 WEST, opposite Windsor
hotel— From Oct. 1, fine residence; ten
rooms; all modern conveniences. B. W. Arm
strong. City hall. 248-78
HOUSE — A seven-room house and barn, cor
ner Maria avenue and Filth st., for rent.
Inquire 346 Maria avenue, lower town. '■ 168-68
HOUSE— Ten rooms, with modern improve
ments; storm sash for all windows; com
mands one of the boat views of the city; half
block from street cars: 7 minutes walk from post
oflice. Inquire at 86 Park Place. 304-68
■JVTIXTH ST., EAST, near Wabasha. large
li double brick residence, 26 rooms, all modern
conveniences; |very desirable for a first-class
boarding house. Inquire of H. H. Herbst. room
34 GilQUan block. 262-75
RICE PARK — A bouse furnished throughout:
terms moderate. L. A., Globe. 265-71
SIXTH ST., 694 EAST— One 5 and 1 eight
room house: 1 block from street car. 265-71
SUMMIT A Y., 11— Ten-room house. Apply to
Ingersoll & Ovitt. attorneys.
RCH ST., NEAR WARREN— Three un
furnished rooms; water upstairs; good clos
ets, pantry and cellar. 5
T3ENZ BLOCK, opposite Rice Furnished
JJ room. Inquire on third floor. . 4
ROADWAY, Nicely furnished parlor..
Xj and one unfurnished, cither with or without
board; only a few minutes walk from the business
portion of the city; terms reasonable. 3
pOLLEGE AY.. 20 AVKST— One furnished
V> room, with first-class boar d for two gentle
men, steam heat, etc.; references required. 253-73
CEDAR ST., 47s— Large and small rooms
nicely furnished at moderate prices. 265-69
pUUAK ST., 57S— Nicely-furnished front room,
v-/ first floor with bay window and grate. 4
CEDAR ST., Alcove room and board;
V^' other good rooms, at moderate prices. 3
EXCHANGE ST., 368 North— Pleasant fur-
X_i nished room, bath, etc.; suitable for gentle
man; terms moderate. 262-8
Tp AST SEVENTH ST.,279— Three unfurnished
JLj rooms: first floor. 3
"PIGUTH ST., 320— Pleasant furnished rooms,
Hi all modern conveniences, hot and cold '
water, fine bath; large, pleasant yard; small
family; three doors from Portland block. 3
EIGHTH ST., 217— A nice suite well fur
nished and at reasonable rent. 206-68
LE VENTH ST., 62 EAST, one-half block
-L_ from capitol: nicely-furnished room, suita
ble for two gentlemen, with first-class table board;
also few table boarders wanted. 5
in AST EIGHTH 261— Large front room suit
£j able for 2 gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
T^RANKLIN ST. 384, Cor. Seventh—
X? furnished room down stairs with use of par
lor, already heated, for young lady; references
required; rent reasonable. ; s
roi'RTH ST., 48 WEST— furnished
S. front room on ground floor, suitable for one
or two gentlemen.. 5
rOKT ST., 398— Furnished room; good locality;
£ terms reasonable. 5
ORT ST., 398— One furnished room: good
locality; terms reasonable. _4
C<AitRINGTON AY., 254— Pleasant furnished
X? room with alcove; 3 doors from street cars. 4
FIFTH ST., 44 WEST, next door to Wind-
XT sor hotel — large front room, • suitable
for two gentlemen, with board. ' 3
ROVE ST.. 229— A pleasant furnished front
VT room on ground floor. 4
TGLEHART ST., 81— Three or five unfurnished
1 rooms; latest improvements: house new. 4
JACKSON ST.. 632— Four unfurnished rooms,
with modern conveniences. ' . 4
LAFAYETTE AY., 569— Four rooms for rent,
Xj furnished or unfurnished. * 263-63
Tl/TISSISSIPPI ST. 681— A suite of four rooms,
ii-L furnished or unfurnished, to a married
couple; references exchanged. 3
TVTINA AY., 149 — Two unfurnished rooms with
11 water. 5
■jVTINTH ST., 317 EAST, corner Broadway—
iy Furnished rooms; two rooms en suite; als«
small front room and large front parlor; best loca
tion, by Portland. ' 3
NINTH ST., 37 EAST. 1 block from capitol—
Two neatly-furnished front rooms on first
and second floor, . 5
INTH ST.. 358 EAST— Front- parlor, well
furnished, suitable for two.' 3
ASH ST., 222, near Mississippi— Large fur
nished front room, with closet, suitable for
two gentlemen. 262-66
PLEASANT AY.— Handsomely furnished
room with or without ■ board; suitable for
two; must give reference. P. O. R. Globe. 264-2CB
T3LEASANT AYE., 168— Front alcove room
XT with closet, with board and use of bath. 3
ROOMS — Two furnished, for light housekeep
ing: convenient to Lafayette ay. or East
Seventh st. cars. H. 23, Globe. 266-68
ROOM— Two gentlemen can find pleasant fur
nished room, with board, in respectable
German family; home comfort, at 259 Mcßoal st.,
corner Douglas. 5
ROOMS — Two unfurnished; front; only 2 blocks
from capitoL 566 St. Peter st. . 5
ROOMS— Four fine unfurnished rooms, with
Lake Phalen water, $12 per month. Inquire
at 724 East Seventh st.; references required.
ROOMS — in pleasant location. In-
X\ quire 156 Wabasha st. 5
ROOM Young lady wants nice-furnished one
of some size, heated and centrally located:
without terms none need apply. N. G.. Globe. 4
— Furnished, near Portland block. In
quire 327 East NintU st. _5
ROOM — Very pleasant one in new house,
south front, with alcove, large closet, and '
use of bath; suitable for two gentlemen with ref
erences. G. H., Globe. 4
ROOM— One large front furnished room, sec
ond floor, with bay window: also one small
room, with use of batn. Call 474 Cedar st. 264-67
KOOM— well-furnished front room, with
small room adjoining; central location. B.
X.. Globe. • 257-67
ROOMS— Two furnished, suitable for light
housekeeping; centrally located. H. 23,
lobe. ■ • 266-68
PINE ST., 561— neatly furnished front
XT rooms, with or without board. 5
pROSPECT TERRACE, Furnished room
XT overlooking the city. West St. Paul, 15 min
utes' walk from postoflice; $10 per month. . 5
SPRUCE ST., 31b, between Broadway and
Pine— Furnished room with bath. S., Globe.
SUMMIT AY., 39— Nice room in splendid lo
cality, suitable for two or three persons; rent
reasonable. ' 265-75
OEVENTH ST., 447 WEST— Four rooms up-
O stairs, with water, water closet and all con
veniences; suitable for light housekeeping, . 3
OEVENTH ST., 281 WEST— One large, pleas-
O ant furnished front room, cheap, for the win
ten ■ 265-69
SEVENTH ST., 56 EAST, up stairs— un-
O furnished rooms. ' 4
EVENTH ST., 279— Furnished rooms: first
and second floor." ■ : 3
OEVENTH ST., 50 EAST— 1. a flat of 6
O fine rooms. Oppenheim & Kalman, 328 Jack
son st. ■ 262-63
PRUCE ST., Nicely-furnished front
rooms, with use of bath. -4
QPKUCE ST., 223— furnished rooms, $12
O and $8. - 3
rpENTH ST., 249 EAST— Pleasant room with
JL - board for 2 gentlemen. 4
•TWELFTH ST., 65— Pleasant front room, fur-
J. nished, suitable for two persons, with board.
TT7ASHINGTOX ST., 371-A well-furnished
*» room, with or without board, with use of
bath, in a private family. . 3
DESK ROOM or an office, with room to carry
U light stock. P. 8.. Globe. . 3
FFICE— Rear portion of store, 209 East Ser-
V_/ enth; now occupied as .real estate office.
Apply C. Edwards, 209 East Seventh st, 266-71
ORNER FIFTEENTH AND BROAD
way—Furnished room, use of E bath. $6: with,
board for 2, $8.50 per week. . - .->■••■•■...;• 266-69
DOOM aDd board, suitable for gentleman and
■*■*> wife or two gentlemen: 383 Exchange st. .''. v
ROOM and board in family of three young
people; a pleasant home; use ot piano; for
young gentleman or lady; references. • Mrs. H. C.
S., Globe. .■ .. 1. ... 262-66
BUILDING and stock of hardware in a North
• Dakota villugo for sale; is a paying business.
Address 1... P.. Globe. 237-67
CIOAT— Han's beaver— worth $125; will sell for
/ $60. C. 24. Globe. *
r^IABINIuT OKGAN in perfect order; solid
\j rosewood case; price $50: Olid Canada st. 3
C" OAL STOVE, medium sized. 232 Glenooo
at. . 268-69
IT 1 URN ACE— A good furnace cheap. Bcheffer St.
■ Rossam. corner Fourth and Robert sts. 3
FOR SALE— IOO yards of body brussels carpet,
also a wood stove; both but little used. 544
Salby ay. - 65 -
FOR SALE, or will trade for city property a
cultivated farm and new buildings, well lo
cated; a bargain. X. Z., 363 Jackson st 264
Olt SALE— The best classical music at one
half regular price; Bend tor catalogue, also
of Evans' 10-ceut popular sheet music. C. W.
Youngman, 115 East Seventh st. 268-68
FOR SALE at Nettleton Place on Randolph
St., St Paul, 30 head of good young work
horses, weighing from 1,000 to 1,600 lbs. Henry
FOR SALE— hundred thoroughbred
stock, such as Plymouth Rock, It. C. Brown
Leghorns, S. C. White Leghorns and Pekin ducks.
Address W. Schultz, box 986, Stillwater. 262-66
OR SALE— A regular light ten-dollar har
ness at $7; also an eighteen-dollar one at $10;
also a beautiful single strap, $45, at 125; all good
stock and well made: we make over 50 styles and
kinds: consumers will do well to . try our harness.
Lock box 10, Chicago. 259-267
fy EESE— One pair of very fine live wild geese
VT for sale. Call or address :A. Kippels, 197
Ramsey st. 261-69
INDIAN SIGN, 6 foot; narrow walnut snow
case, nearly new; 10 footeounters, table, cigar
lighter, tobacco-cutter, chandelier; all cheap, at
385 Robert st. 266-68
PUP— Cheap; a well-bred red and white setter,
4 months old; over distemper. Apply at 1
Primrose hill, corner Arch and Warren. ■ 5
piANOIoTS4O. 320 Tenth st east. 257-69
SALOON for sale. Inquire at 235 East
Thirteenth st. $275. 264-66
(J-X/\— A 52-INCH, full nickel, ball bearing
iptjyj Columbia bicycle in good condition. F.
A. Mannen. 10!) East Fourth st. 4
HORSES. CARRIAGES. «fcC.
BARGAINS— A large assortment of carries
buggies, phaetons, platform spring wagons,
lump seats, Concord wagons. Democrat wagons,
extension tops, harness; come and see the largest
and cheapest stock in St. Paul; discount to deal
ers and liverymen. King's" Repository, corner
Fourth and Minnesota sts. 66-6 m
DRAFT HORSE— be bought cheap lor
cash. C. W. Youngman, 115 East Seventh
St. ' • 266-68
DRAFT HORSES for sale: one carload of
heavy horses. Nicholas Hardy, 202 South
Dak st. 258-68
SINGLE TRUCK for sale cheap, with runners
and harness; all in good condition. N.E.Sol
omon, 321 Wabasha st. 265-6
rpEAMS— I have several good teams which i
i should like to hire out for steady work for
the winter; the teams will work any where they
are put; I will also furnish good drivers: will
send them out of the city with any reliable con
tracting firm. Address Rawston, Globe, St. Paul,
Minn. - ■ ' 261-67
JH. DEMAREST, locksmith, grinding and re
• pair shop; established 10 years, at 385 Wa
basha st. ; has removed to No. 14 West Sixth at.;
sign of the big white key. 266-9
LADY having pleasant home and no children
would take charge of a child from 2 to 5
years old; girl preferred; Mrs. R. J. F., 780
Payne ay. __£
T ADY to adopt a boy baby. Inquire 423 East
i-J Seventh st. : ■*
NOTICE— All orders taken by J. G. A. Spear
for nursery stock ' to be delivered this fall,
represented as coming from W. H. DeSavigny &
Co. are bogus, as such orders were never turned
into said company's hands. W. H. DeSavigny &
PIANOS— From $1 per month upwards. C. W.
Youngman, 115 East Seventh st. 266-63
*~" LOST AND FOUND.
OICYCLE FOUND— lnquire Quinby & Abbott.
Xj ..'■■ .". 5
AXE LOST— In a Lafayette ay. street car
\j or on Robert st, a silver-headed Malacca
walking stick. • Finder will be ■ suitably rewarded
by leaving at Globe office. 264-69
COW LOST— fawn-colored, half-breed Jer
sey; one horn broken off. white spot on shoul
der, sii: years old. Finder return to 675 Columbia
ay. and receive reward. 3
OW LOST— White and brown; lost Sunday;
t finder return to 233 Charles st. and receive
D~ OG LOST or stolen— White English setter
with one brown ear and eye; answers to the
name of Spot; name on collar. Liberal reward
for his return to J. S. Schneider, 405 Jackson st. 3
t^OX FOUND at 377 Robert st, St. Paul, Minn.
HORSE LOST— A six-year old dark sorrel
mare, weighs about 1,100 pounds: small
white strip in the face. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by returning to J. W. Bates' stable, cor
ner Eighth and Sibley; 264-70
ORSE LOST— Drown, nine years old,
short tail, some white hair on forehead; 810
reward to finder. ' John Beelmer, milkman, flats.
West St. Paul. J
"POCKET BOOK LOST on East Seventh st.
XT Sunday afternoon: name of owner on the in
side, S. T. Honciker; finder will leave it at H.
Weber's store, Seventh and Wabasha; reward
offered^ ' ' 3
S"~ORREL HORSE LOST— Weighing about
1,060 pounds; right fore shoe recently reset,
slightly knee-sprung, full in forehead. Return to
U. P. Tea Co., Market house, and be rewarded.
(Strayed Saturday night.) 266
STRAYED into my yard, a sorrel mare; weight
0 about 800. Inquire of J. C. Farrell. 6 miles
east of city, near Still water road. 3
rp^KEN UP— A small roan pony; owner can
i- have him by calling at police station. A. M.
Lowell. . ■ 4
fTMBHELLALOST- A silk one. with silver
U handle*, carved like small shells; presumably
in some office or store on the 16th or 17th inst; the
finder will oblige by returning to Thomas Cochran,
■Jr.. 363 Jackson at. • : ■ ■ ■ ' ■ 5
WANTED TO KK.VT. ~~
BOARD and 2 rooms, with modern conven
iences, for gentleman wife and daughter of
6. B. T., room 40, Gilnllan block, ■ 265-6!)
T?UR NISHED HOUSE— A man and wife, no
X? children, want to hire for winter, from Nov.
lor 15; references furnished. W. W., Globe. 5
HOUSE— Small furnished house of .about 4or 5
XX rooms. H. W. E.. Globe. 265-8
T> OOM for one gentleman with private family.
I*. J.G., Globe. -;,■.-■ .4
ROOMS— Oct. 1. three pleasant room
for the winter, with board, by a family of
three: no children. G. S., Globe. 4
OOM — Furnished room in private family;
central location; reference exchanged by
young lady. A. M-, Globe. . 4.
ROOMS — By young married couple, pleasant
rooms, unfurnished, for light housekeeping;
A. B. J., Globe. - _4
OOM— gents desire furnished room each,
with board, in plain private family, central
location; state terms for permanent parties. J.
K. P., Globe. - - 4
ROOMS— An American man and wife, without
children, want two or three furnishea rooms
within five or ten minutes walk of Bridge square.
W. S., Globe. j_ 3
ROOMS— By .gentleman and wife, three or
i four unfurnished rooms for light housekeep
ing; references exchanged. L.8., Globe. 262-66
■ • - PERSONAL.
A GRAND RECEPTION— Mrs. Snodgrass
wishes all ■ her lady friends to call at her
rooms, No. 30, new Sidle block, to-day, from 2 to
5, to learn the secret of how to be beautiful. ' 266
GL. WOODS, .. clairvoyant— Advice on social
• and business matters; sealed letters satis
factorily answered; letter fee, $2. Electro-medi
cated and electric baths; magnotic. massage and
electric treatmeni; chronic diseases treated with
success. 228 East Seventh st, room 1. 246-353
MRS." ALICE Magnetic healer—
' Heals rheumatism, kidney and liver dis
eases. 547 Mississippi St., corner Nash. 264-70
MRS. MU~LLER, the most truthful and relia
ble fortune teller and healing medium ever
known, gives satisfaction in all life and business
affairs. 533 Broadway. ■ '*
RS. ELLlS— Celebrated fortune teller: sat-
MRS. ELLlS— Celebrated fortune teller: sat
isfaction guaranteed. No. 169 East Ninth
St., near Jackson. ■ 259-79
npilE MADAME GRISWOLD corset made
X to order at 412 Wabasha st; lady agents
wanted. Mrs. Jamieson and M. Foreee. 175*
BOARD AND ROOM— By a young married
couple, or ' two rooms furnished for light
housekeeping in private tamily, in exchange for
a new piano; references exchanged. A. X.,
Globe. • -, 5
BOARD and room for husband and wife; pri
vate family preferred; will pay $60 per
montn for corresponding accommodations. Ad
dress George C, Globe. 2
ROOMS and board for the winter by two young
ladies from the East; must be located near
Church of Hope. L. 7, Globe. 3
ROOMS— Two nicely furnished rooms, or large
XV alcove room, for gentleman and wife, with
board; private family on St. Anthony hill pre
feerrd; immediately, W. P. J-, Globe. 5
TNSTRUCTIONS for using the Buddington
X • Dress Cutting machine, awarded first prize
at the New Orleans world's fair, an adjustable
tailor system, which can be learned in three
hours' time, for cutting ladies' and . children's
wearing apparel; every lady her own dressmaker;
a perfect fit ■ without change of seam; machine
with instruction!, $5. 216 Ramsey st. 265-67
QHORTUAND AND TYPEWRITING—
O Northwestern School of Shorthand and Type
writing; lessons personally or by mail; call or send
for circulars. Anna C. Drew & Co., room 9, Hale
block: opposite Merchants. St. Paul, and rooms 50
ana nl. Stillman block, Minneapolis, Minn: ' ' 218*
ANTED— Young men an d ladies to learn
- telegraphy and type writing, ■ days ' and
1 evenings; \ chance - for men :to make expenses
.while ■ learning. Globe Telegraph company. 336
Jackson at, St. PauL ':•} - 191 *
P. T.Kavanagli «te Co. • ~~\
pOSTPONEDON ACCOUNT OF RAIN—
XT Two hundred beautiful ' lots at auction >in
Westminster addition. At 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday,'
Sept. 25, we will sell at auction on the premises,
corner of Mississippi and Mugnolia sts., on :th ;
above date, 200 beautiful lots in Westminster ad
dition. This fine property is situated on Missis
sippi street, a short distance beyond the Northern
Pacific railroad crossing, and about ' two blocks
south of the junction of the Wisconsin : Central
aid Northern Pacific railways. '. The Northern Pa
cific company have already commenced to make
vast improvements in this vicinity, and are grad
ing, preparatory to erecting their buildings. The
lots fronting on Mississippi st. are well adapted
for business purposes, while those in the western
part of the addition are unexcelled for manufac
turing sites; those in the eastern part will be avail
able for fine residences, being high and command
ing a magnificent view, having the advantages
ot pure air, excellent shade, and almost perfect
drainage. There has been no property
offered -at auction this season > that ha*
possessed the many advantages that this does, it
being property that will interest alike the laborer, -
the mechanic, the manufacturer and the specula
tor. The property is bound to increase in value
as the improvements continue to be made. At the
Junction will be the site of the proposed . new
union depot, while immediately west of the addi
tion will be located the extensive freight depots
of the Northern Pacific company. Within the past
two weeks nearly twenty new buildings Lave been
started and arc nearing completion. It is only a
question of a very short time when this . will be
the very center of a thriving and numerous popu
lation, and with its beautiful park (containing
60,000 square teet) will be considered one of the
most desirable points in the city. The terms will
be made very easy and announced on day of sale.
P. T. Karanagh & Co., Auctioneers, 422. Wabasha
at. -_/_ 262-68
TORE FIXTURES— Delivery truck, etc..
at auction; we will sell at auction at the store,
N0.343 E. Seventh st,,at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
on Friday, Sept. 24, all the store fixtures in said
store, together with one set of platform scales,
one truck, one delivery wagoa suitable for one
or two horses, two coal stoves, etc., etc.. etc. P-
T. Kavanagh it, Co., auctioneers. 266-67
' A. H. Nlcolay.
INE VALUABLE RESIDENCE LOTS on
Charles, Edmund and Thomas sts. between
Farrington av., Elicit and Gaultier sts., at auction.
A. H. Nicolay will sell at auction on the grounds,
Saturday afternoon, Sept. 25, ISB6, at 3 o'clock.on.
Charles, Edmund and Thomas sts., between Far
rington ay., Elfelt and Gaultier sts.: First, - lots
19 and 11, block 21, on Charles st, between Elfelt
and Gaultier sts., 50x132 feet 3 inches each;
second, lots 3 and 4, block 12, on Charles st., be
tween Klfelt and Gaultier sts., 50x132 feet 3 inches
each: third, lots 9 and 10, block 12, on Edmund
st, between Elfelt and Gaultier sts.; fourth, lot
11, block 11, on Edmund st, between Farrineton
ay. and Eltelt st., 50x132 feet 3 inches; fifth, lots
10 and 11, block 6, on Thomas st, between Far
rington ay. and Elfelt St., 50x132 leet 3 inches
each; all in Robertson & Van Etten's addition
to St. Paul, in desirable locations and ready for
immediate improvements for residence or busi
ness purposes; also very convenient of access.being
within two blocks of the street cars; lots are con
tinually rising in value in this section of the city,
being also in constant demand for profitable in
vestments; capitalists and speculators will make
money by attending this attractive auction sale;
remember the day of Saturday, Sept. 25,at3p.
m., on the grounds; terms of sal- very easy; all the
lots to be sold subject to a mortgage for $675 on
each lot. with interest at the rate of 8 pet cent,
per annum, interest payable semi-annually, due
two and three years from Dec. 26, 1885. For
further particulars apply to A. H. Nicolay, auc
tioneer and real estate agent; office, No. 116 East
Fourth st., opposite new National German-
American Bank building; Real Estate Auction
Sale No. 12.721. 266
"keall~~estat:e~ for sale.
George M. Gage's List.
Real Estate and Loans, 116 East Third st.
A LARGE LIST of city property, specialties,
J\ exchanges of property and business for non
residents; correspondence solicited. 227-3tn
qa ACRES near Pig's Eye lake can be bought
/C\J cheap for cash. .C. W. Youngman, owner,
115 East Seventh st. 266-68
LOT Extra nice; on Hamline ay.; for sale
cheap. A. 8., Globe. 2
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE on terms to
suit you. J. F. Eisenmenger. 472 Rice st.
$100 per acre for five acre lots on Rice st. with or
without house; $150 per acre for five acre lots
fronting on a nice large lake; $250 to $350 per
acre for acre lots at McCaron's lake: $400 per acre
for five acre lots near West St. Paul; $UOO for a
nice house and lot onMearl st: 50 lots on and near
Rice st. on monthly payments; a large lot on the
corner Eagle and Franklin sts.: farms all around
St. Paul at great bargains. J. F. Eisenmenger.
472 Rice st 243-73
SNELLING AY. and West Seventh st— few
lots left here for $300; terms $25 down and
$10 per month. C. W. Youngman, 115 East
Seventh st. 266-68
rpHE WELL-KNOWN Williams House prop-
X. erty at White Bear lake, with cottages, barn,
carriage sheds, bowling alleys, with furniture,
carriages and horses, etc., for sale cheap and on
reasonable terms. Inquire at Williams House,
White Bear, or Henry J. Horn. St. Paul. 245-275
BUSINESS OHAVCES. . *''
A PAIITY wanted to rent the Mitford boarding
A PARTS wanted one three years; boarding
house for from one to three yoars; 28 rooms,.
Call at 341 Sherman st. . :":.". ! .', 2t>6-72
BUSINESS PARTNER with some capital
and experience, to take hold of a legitimate
line of goods. Address P, Globe office. 266-69
BARBER SHOP — Four chairs, with fixtures;
- terms reasonable; good location; rentcheap.
A. H. Schultz, 463 Broadway. 260-66
FOR SALE— of the best groceries on East
Seventh st., or will trade the game for St.
Paul real estate. C. W. Youngman, 115 East
Seventh at, . 266-68
OR SALE— well established Democratic
newspaper and job office, in a booming town
of 1,500 inhabitants in lowa. Material all new,
and been in use less than two years; paper at pres
ent running twenty quires; terms, $1,400 cash, or
half cash and balance on time to suit purchaser.
Address V., care ot Journal, Sanborn, la. 263-69
HOTEL— Rent, lease, sale, handsomely-fur
nished, convenient to both cities by rail and
fine drives. W. Woodruff, Merriam Park. 265-66
OTEL FOR SALE— A good paying ; hotel
with bar-room, cheap and on easy terms;
also a nice little saloon. Apply to James G.
Brantberg. 223 East Sixth st, St. Paul. 262-75
T UMBER YARD FOR SALE in good town,
JL/ three hours' ride from this city, on easy
terms. Inquire at 394 Exchange st. 263-66
MILLINERT B USINESS— First-class, for
iVX sale; good location, pleasant store and
best trade in the city; good reasons for selling;
answer witli name and address. J. G., Globe.
266-68 ■ ■
ARTNER with from $2,000 to $5,000 to buy
Jr out a well-established and paying business,
and one that will bear investigation, no experi
ence necessary; no need to answer unless yon
mean business. Phinney, 525 Bobert st., St. Paul.
■ 205 :
T> ESTAURAXT FOR Complete out-
IV fit, with range, etc. ; will sell on time. E. W.
Leonard & Bro., 315 Jackson st. - 4
O ALOON LICENSE for sale. Apply 482 Ellen
O st. • ■. , •_;■•. 265-71
AN CI Aii. ; .
TVJEWPORT 4 PKET, Drake block. Third st.
1 1 opposite Merchants hotel, loan money at
from 6 to 8 per cent, on improved city proporty,
and furnish it without delay; they also buy and
sell mortgages, bonds and stocks. l 2i 3
BUSINESS firm, doing a prosperous trade,
needs *200 for 30 to 60 day». and will pay
good interest. Investigation solicited. G. W.,
Globe. _ 5
_~1 ANNON & CO., 325 Jackson st.. buy notes and
vH" lend money on furniture, horses, wagons, etc.
without removal or publicity, and accept payment
in installments. Minneapolis office, 35 Washing
ton ay. south. ' - 2 »*
KItMANN TROTT, 303 Jackson st. room
Money to loan at from 6 to 8 per cent,
on improved city property and farms; also de
sirable city lots and farm lands for solo. 133-317
11/jTNNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COM
IVX pany— Loan from $10 upward on furniture,
pianos, horses, wagons, etc., without removal;
also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold
watches. J. S. Mackey, manager, room 7. First
National bank building, St. Paul, and room 7,
Mackey-Legg block. Minneapolis. 250*
ONE V TO LOAN, in sums to suit, from $1
up, on watches, diamonds and all goods of
value; special rates on sums of $50 or over. J. E.
Ingham, 327 Jackson st. 2 '*o*
MONEY TO LOAN on personal property for
30, 60 or 90 days in sums to suit. ;A. B.
Roberts, corner Fith and Wabasha sts.
"H/TONEY TO LOAN in sums of $1,000 to Stu,
-iVI 000 at 6 and 3 per cent, interest without de
lay St. Paul Trust company, corner Jackson and
Fourth sts. 22*
O BORROW, $1,800 for 2 years; 8 per. cent.;
good real estate security. Lemon & Ptrlln,
real estate, 318 Minnesota st. 260-266
HE Nl_W YORK LOAN COMPANY will
JL give you better rates than any company in
the city; call and see us; everything private. E.
E. Elmendort, manager, 327 Hennepin ay.. room
\\T ANTED TO BORROW— at 6 per
W cent, and no commission; first mortg;t':e
given on city improved property, four times the
value of loan. Apply 43 American bank.
, .\ 266 " ' [•■
C_»-|n TO «100 loaned on furniture, pianos,
•iplU sewing machines, jewelry and diamonds,
and all articles of value: no publicity. R. Doming
& Co., 35 East Seventh st. room 1. 15"*
<lCir\ll~rir\r\ TO LOAN on improved si*
3MUU.UUU Paul real estate, 3 to 5 years'
time, in any amount, from $1,000 to «20,000. with
interest at 6. 6 1-2, 7, 7 1-2 and 3 per cent., accord
ing to values and location 1 money furnished im
mediately. S. B. Stokes, investment brokers, No.
167 East Fourth st, under First National bank.
AT AND AROUND SEVEN CORNERS
JOHN A. LAABS, , upnolsterer, corner of :
J ■ ■"• Seventh and ; Exchange sts.; steam ' renova
tor for cleaning feathers and mattresses; all work
guaranteed. • . 101*
PHOTOGRAPH PAINTING. _
<C 1 C\Cl MONTHLY PROFlT— Beautiful pho
«|J>XV/VJ tograph painting taught free; short
time only. Miss Christie, 41 East Third at. 264-65
CM CASH for tuning piano perfectly. Camp, at
«3>l Whitney's, 97 East Third st 261-67
KKSSMAKING-Ladies. we can make you
\J a suit for «5.50, perfect fit and stylish as any
first-class dressmaker could for double the money.
215 West Seventh St., near Seven corners. 248-93
' " YE WORKS.
I, JAMIESON, Steam Dye Works— Gent'
. clothing a specialty. 412 Wabasha st.St.
P an!, M i m .^__^_____
Want Advertisements for the GLOBE ro
ceivod at W. J. Hughes', drugrsrist, corner
Monroe street and Third avenue, East
Division, Minneapolis. • ' ______
BARBER— 49 Washington are. S.
TVtt'G CLJRKK— Registered; none other need
L) apply. W. J. Hughes, Third ay. and Monroe
St. northeast. j , 3
GIRL for light housework and laundry work
for family of two. 20 Eleventh st. south, base
ment. -. _£
HOTEL RUNNER— First-class; must speak
German. 214 First st. north. Minneapolis. 3
SIGN WRITERS— Two first-class. H. H.,
RAVELING SALESMAN to handle staple
A side line on commission. Address T. 20,
BOARD AND ROOM wanted in private
family by young man. Address, giving full
particulars, K. D. 8., Globe, Minneapolis. 2
IBDS- All kinds of birds and pets, fancy
pigeons of all kinds, parrots, at the Metro
politan bird store, 10 Washington ay., corner
Nicollet, basement. 188*
DRUGGIST— Certified; speaks German,
French and English; references. Chr. L.,
lobe. . 6
MADAME ANDREWS, clairvoyant, No.
' 1513 Fourth st.north.at home to ladies only.
OFFICES— modern improvements;
U rents reasonable; apply at once, Segelbaum
Bros., Nicollet aye., cor. Third st. 5
ROOM— An unfurnished room with closet;
immediately. M. S. H. 6
ROOM and board; young man, good refer
ences; terms moderate. J. A. Hiekey, care
P. Prendergast, corner Second ay. and Second at.
south, Minneapolis. 3
S~~ALE OR EXCHANGE— One hundred head
stock cattle, located on best range in Montana;
will exchange for Minneapolis property. Address,
Box 155, Minneapolis. . 266-263
SALOON ana barber shop for sale; good loca
tion. Inquire 1728 Seventh st. south. 2P4-70
P.r\f\ f\r\r\ RED pressed brie*. Office 740
*J\J\J jUUU Temple court. Anoka Pressed
Brick company. 102*
Assessment for Grafting: Laurel Ayenne.
Office of the Boahd or Public works, }
City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 20, 1886. £
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, will meet at their office in said city at 7:30
p. m., on the ;28thday of September. A. D. 1886,
to make an assessment of benefits, costs and
expenses arising from the grading of Laurel
Avenue (formerly Division street), from
"Victoria street to Lexington Avenue, in said
city, on the property on the line of said
1 improvement and deemed benefited thereby,
amounting in the aggregate to $3,943.40.
All persona interested are hereby notified
to be present at said time and place of mak
ing said assessment and will be heard.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
R.L. GORMAN.CIerk Board of Public Works.
Assessment for Sewer on Summit
Office of the Board of Public Works, ?
• City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 20, 1886. [
The Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, will meet at their office in said city
at 7:30 p. m. on the 28th day of September,
A. D. 1886, to make an assessment of bene
fits, costs and expenses arising from tho con
struction of a sewer on Summit Avenue, from
Oakland street to Dale street, in said city, on j
the property on the line of said improvement
and deemed benefited thereby, amounting in !
the aggregate to $849. j
All persons interested are hereby notified J
to be present at said time and place of making
said assessment and will be heard.
- WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
it- L. Gorman, Clark Board of Public Works
DENNIS RYAN, HENRY D. SQUIRES.
ROBERT A. BETHUNB, JOHN W. BELL.
RYAN DRUG CO.,
IMPORTING AND JOBBING DRUGGISTS;
225, 227, 220 East Third street, - ST. PAUL. '
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Proposals for Ordnance Supplies.
Rock Island arsenal, " »
Rock Island, 111., Sept. 16. 1886. j
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, upon th«
blank forms furnished from .this office only, will
be received by the undersigned until 1 o'clock P.
M., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, . 1886. . for fur
nishing the following classes of supplies, in such
quantities and at such times during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1837, as the commanding officer of
this Arsenal may require, viz: Blankets, Black*
smiths' Tools, Forage, Silver, Gold. Steel, Tin,
Brass, Iron, Copper and Brass Itivuts and Burs;
Iron, - Brass and Copper Wire; Nails, Screws,
Tacks, Bolts, Nuts. Leather, Thread, Rope, Pack,
Paints, Oils, Chemicals, Paper, Cleaning and
Polishing Materials, Files, etc.
All articles will be subjected to a rigid inspec
tion; full compliance with the specifications will
be insisted upon, and no articles of interior quol*
ity will be accepted.
A preference will be given to articles of domes
tic production and manufacture, conditions of
prices and quality being equal.
Forms containing instructions to bidders, a copy
of this advertisement, blank form of proposals,
and specifications for supplies, with column for
prices to bo filled in by the bidder, can be had
upon application by mail or in person to the un
dersigned, and samples of the supplies can b<
seen at this Arsenal. •
Bidders to whom contracts are awarded must
execute them, and the bonds when necessary,
within ten days after their receipt, and no deliv
eries under any contract entered into will be
made after June 30, 1887.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals or parts thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should b«
marked "Proposals tor Ordnance Supplies," and
addressed to the undersigned.
T. G. BAYLOR,
Colonel of Ordnance, Commanding.
Proposals for Building: Material.
United States Indian Service, I
Crow Creek and Lo web Brule Agency, D.T., >
Sept. 4. 1886. )
Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for Build
ing Material,,' and addressed to the undersigned,
will be received at the Crow Creek and-Lovrei
Brule Agency, D. T., until 7 o'clock of 30th Sep
tember, 1886, for furnishing building material to
be delivered at the Lower Brule Agency, as fol
lows: 1,150 pieces 2x6, 18 foot joists; 2,300 piecei
2xo, 12 foot rafters: 310 pieces 2x6, 18 plates;
1,300 pieces 2x4, 12 foot gable ends; 1,150 pieces
2x4, 14 foot ceiling joists; 100 pieces 2xß, IB fool
window and door sills; 00,000 foot 7-8 common
boards, 16 feet long; 33.750 feet of 7-Bx6 matched
flooring, 2d clear, 16 feet: 12,000 feet i^xt! siding,
first clear, If! feet; 7,200 lbs. building paper, good
quality; 2,500 feet O. G. door and window stops, 16
feet; 4,000 C. stock boards 7-8 x 12, 16 feet; 340,008
shingles XX or choice A in quality; 2,000 feet B.
stock boards 7-BxlU. 16 feet long; 3,000 feet 3-Bxß
matched end beaded ceiling. It; feet long; 8,700 lbs.
lOd nails; 2.530 lbs. 8d nails; 1,000 lbs. 6d nails;
1,750 lbs. 4d shingle nails; 1,000 lbs. 20d spikes;
1,200 lbs. best white lead on oil; 78 gallons linseed
oil; 35 gallons turpentine.
The right is reserved by the Government to re
ject any and all bids or any part of any bid, if
deemed for the best interests of the service.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check or draft upon some United States Deposit
ory, payable to the order of the undersigned, for
at least five per cent of the amount of the pro
posal. Further information may be obtained upon
application to W. W. ANDERSON,
250-70 U. S. Indian Agent, Crow Creek, D. T.
Assessment for Sewer on Eaniolpli
Office of the Board of Public Works, >
City or St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 21), 1888. J
The Board of Public Work 3 in' and for the
corporation of the City of£St. Paul, Minnesota,
will meet at their office in said city at 7:30 p.
m., on the 28th day of September,
A. D. 18S6, to make an assessment
of benefits, costs and expenses aris
ing 1 from the construction of a sewer on
Randolph street, from View street to Pleas
ant Avenue, in said city, on the property on
the line of said improvement, and deemed
benefited thereby, amounting in the aggre
gate to $9,162.14.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
be present at said time and place of n akin*
Raid assessment and will be heard.
WILLIAM BARRETT, President.
K. L. Gobxan, Clerk. Board of Public Wor&s.
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