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SHOPPING IN THE RAIN.
-Nicollet Avenue When Christmas j
Purchasers Wade Through Slush.
How Various Merchants Regard the |
Change to Chicago Weather.
Almost all branches of mercantile busi- I
ness report a greatly increased December |
trade over last year. The beginning of the j
week found the merchants of Nicollet aye- j
nue, Minneapolis, with smiling faces and a
rapidly increasing bank account; the thaw i
came, and yesterday a Chicago drizzle was ,
upon us. and the cierks rested and like- I
wise ihe hank account The milliners'
stores, which early in the week j
were the scenes of greatest ac
tivity, were yesterday quite deserted; a ;
leading dealer in Milliners' row said, "all;
the todies who real!, m ist buy are coming
oat m spite of the rain, nut the shopper is i
staying at home and reading novels aud j
chewing taffy to-day'" And then she
launched forth into a racy and very inter
esting description of that bane of bus ness.
the professional shopper, who "only comes
in to look." and who takes bonnet only to
return them; who absorbs the time and
tries beyond control the patience of the
clerk— and meanwhile the young lady
clerks, sitting about in poses best adapted
l© their several styles of beauty, chorus an
to their tried employer's trite remarks. I
l^ut the dry goods men were not daunted
by rain or slush: why should they be when
their clerks v.nc busy with buyers? The
rainy day is not without its advantages; the
legion of women to whom the purchase of
an all-wool dress pattern is an event of
great importance, invariably choose the
rainy day for shopping. They know that
the shopper will nut venture out, and they
are certain that the woman who always has*
to have the advice of the dress-goods clerk
will remain at home. There is
absolutely no danger of being
compelled to wait an hour while an over
dressed person secures samples, and there
is equal immunity from the species that
"don't know what she wants but just must
have something.'' And so the honest
buyer, having fully planned just how she
will spend her little capital, takes posses
sion of the dry goods stores on the rainy
day. And the clerks welcome her gladly;
they show her their best bargains' and treat
her. whatever her social position, with an
honest consideration of which the sunny
day shoppers see but the semblance, and all
day long the dealer sees in his store
A FAIRLY OOOD CROWD,
and the night's balance shows more cash
and less book accounts than pleasant
weather brings. The cloak and shawl de
partments are peculiarly weli patronized on
rainy days. If the choice of a dress is a
weighty matter, the selection of a wrap is
the greatest burden known to the female
mind, it must be becoming, it must look !
well in itself, and above all, it must weai
well. A woman will pay more for a wrap
than any other article of dress, and so she
ponders long and earnestly ovei
the purchase. and will choose a
day when she can have .ill
to herself the benefit of the
cloak clerk's experience. And these rainy
day buyers are sure to get, if any one doe.-.
the bargain they are in quest of. Yester
day, in a down-town store, three Indian
women attracted the attention of several
spectators. They bought shawls and
dresses. One was quite young, and was
doubtless a belle among her dusky friends
for she daintily threw a large checked red
and black shawl over her stooped shoulders
and paraded with evident satisfaction be
fore the pier mirror. The colors were evi
dently becoming to her peculiar beauty, lor
a purchase was quickly consummated.
Then the maiden examined dresses, and
A T.ED BBOCADE GOWK,
with pleated skirt, apron front and full
back draperies struck her esthetic fancy;
she carefully held the dress before her to
measure the length, and, failing to see
how much too short the front width was.
calmly bought it, despite the honest clerk's
objection. After such a display of knowl
edge of the mysteries of the fashionable
toilette, who shall doubt the rapid progress
of the civilization of the noble red women?
The shoe men are blue; everybody bought
rubbers six weeks ago. and those that did
not have purchased overshoes since.
so that neither man. woman nor child has
use for the tempting bargains he has to
offer. Likewise doth the bric-a-brac and
crockery dealer mourn. "These two slushy
days has caused a loss of SI, 000 clear
profit," said one. and our ideas of the
mighty per cents of these thriving dealers
are confirmed. Nor can the clothing man
greet the dry goods man with an answer
ing smile — men never buy clothes till they
must, and they hasten through the ordeal
when it comes, choosing a bright day be
cause of their tendency to color blindness.
And so of all the Nicollet avenue mer
chants: those slept best last night who sold
dry goods, and they also will give thanks
to-day for tangible mercies.
a bikd tkaim:k's noes.
A BIKD TIC AIM? lt"S WOES.
He Telia How He manages Cana-
ries*—Tlie "secret of Their Sue-
A ('lobe reporter yesterday watched the
training of some German canaries at the
Seventh street museum. Prof. Merlin. who
was "handling*' the birds, after several a
tempts to teach a canary to hop up a lad-
der, sat down on the stage and talked in a
fatherly way to the excited canary.
"Do you know," said he, "that canaries
understand you? Yes, it is a fact, and in the
training' of all animals the voice and gestures
are the media for making them perform.
Canaries are the easiest birds to train, paro
quets and cockatoos the next. If you should
train birds » ou would have to exercise con
siderable patience, as it takes a long time to
train the birds into performances that are ac-
ceptable to the public. It took me three
years to perfect these birds, and as they con-
tinually die it is constant work to keep your
act up to the standard. Now, I have had this
bird in band three months, and, as be is in
telligent, I hope to have him m ike his debut
in Milwaukee— my next engagement. If I
did not like the business 1 would probably
weaken in my schoolroom."
P. F. El'imi. Jeweler,
115 East Third street, has a large and va
ried stock of all goods in bis line for the
season of 1886-7. Diamonds, fine jewelry.
bronzes, brasses, sconces and exquisite
wares from every mart and clime. It is
not necessary to introduce Mr. Egan to our
older citizens, but as the highest character is
requisite to the continued and prosperous
maintenance of a fine, artistic and technical
business, it is not out of place to state a few
fact to show on what a solid foundation
their confidence may be based in purchas-
ing from this house. Mr. Egan apprenticed
himself to the late D. C. Greenleaf. in
June. 1866, continuing with the establish-
ment and filling every position from store
boy up, forcing precedence in every de-
partment both mechanical and clerical.
until by right of purchase, upon his princi-
pal's death, he became the owner and pro-
prietor of the house. He has sold and de-
livered on these streets for the past twenty
years, to the numerous patrons of the
house, thousands and tens of thousands of
dollars' worth of the precious goods which
constitute such an important part of his
stock, and who will accuse him of misrep
resentation, or demanding more than a just
price? "Judge a tree by its fruits," and
this house will stand the crucial judgment
We cordially recommend P. F. Egan as a
reliable dealer to all the new comers of re-
If was Rather High.
As Griniiby was examining the roof of
his six-story business block the other day
he observed a piece of paper wedged into a
"I wonder what that is." he remarked.
"Why. hanged if it isn't a gas bill." re-
sponded Grimsby. Jr.. as he smoothed it.
**__ gas bill." said Grimsby, musingly.
* "Well, well! 1 always knew, though,
that they got pretty high "sometimes."
-'Our Thirty- < bird Season,*'
P. F. Egan. jeweler, 115 East Third
street, successor to D. C. Greenleaf. dia
monds, sculptured gems and fine jewelry.
A large, varied and most valuable stock for
season of l?_6-7.
Holiday Goods, Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry
New stock, new designs, bought for cash at a great bargain, and will be sold 30 per cent, below
market value. 1.. S. WELLEit. the Seventh Street Pawnbroker, 116 East Seventh street, one door
from corner of Robert and Seventh streets. ' (Make a minute of the location.) Below are a few of
the many bargains: _____ '
<JjQO WILL BUY A SINGLE-STONE DIA- |
•DO"-' mond stud, weighing about 2*4 carats; !
cost $140. '
C?;/*) WILL BUY A SING US-STONE DIA
fDUVJ mond stud, white; old mine goods; cost
$125. • L. S. Weller. the Seventh street pawn
CIX WILL BUY A SINGLE-STONE DIA
OJ«J mond scarf pin, star setting; cost *35. L.
S. Weller. the Seventh street pawnbroker.
"s^Tl l WILL BUY A TWO-S ONE DIAMOND
«E> / U lace pin, set in solid 14-k. gold; weighs
1". and J_ carats; a bargain. . ■
S.t /**. WILL BUY A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR
«p--'-/ rings, gold aud nlatena, represent ng a
carrier dove holding tli. diamond in her bill; cost .
$;.'>; this is a great barga n ".-■: ' •" ' "■-" :
sj""*9 »-s WILL BUY APAIR OF SINGLE-STONE
«Jj)j / *.' a amond ear-drops, weighing l?s carats,
pure white stone;, cost sl-50. L. S. Weller, the
Seventh street pawnbroker,, _.
(fijXJj i WILL BUY A SET OF FIRST WATER,
oOv." nicely cut diamond eardrops, set in 18-k.
gold; cost $135. LS. Weller, the Seventh street
pawnbroker. ...... '•'_•'"•_''
fl»OT I \ WILL BUY A FIVE-STONE CLUSTER
•_"* / \J diamond ring, beautifully set in IS-k.
gold and enameled: cost $110. L.S. Weller, the
Seventh street pawnbroker. _f_M
&A ( I WILL IJUY A SEVEN-STONE CLUSTER
«_)*_*_/ diamond ring, pure white stones: we
consider this one of our greatest bargains. L. S.
Weiler, the Seventh street pawnbroker.
J*. WILL BUY A seven-"stone cluster
•H**.*~o diamond ring, 14-k. mounting, enameled;
cost $00. *_, .
ClsQ. , WILL BUY A SEVEN-STONE CLUsTER
sDO' ' old mine goods, 18-k. mounting; ■ orig
nally cost $180. L. S. Weller, the Seventh street .
C •_>•) WILL BUY A THREE-STONE DIAMOND,
tpQ_V Gypsy setting; originally cost $SO.
S.>/\ A, i WILL BUY A SINGLE STONE
— w\J.tJ\J diamond ring, nugget setting;
cost $15. L. S. Weller. the Seventh street pawn- .
broker. _^ •
l>/*<*_ WILL BUY A GEM STONE DIAMOND
vlVl - ring sot in Virgin gold; the stone will
weigh about I*. carats; this is one of the best
bargains offered in St. PauL L. S. Weller, the
Seventh street pawnbroker. ■ ;
(JjMK WILL BUY A SEVEN STONE CLUSTER
0»5»y diamond r n_, crown setting; we have
two of these rings in stock and will take $05 for
the pair, or «35 singly. L. S. Weller, the Seventh
street pawnbroker. • j
v^O "Twill BUY a LOUIS XIV.. 14-K. CASE, '
•50^-' 65 dwts.. with a full jeweled Amer- ■
ican mavement, originally cost ¥130; has been
carried only two months and not at all injured.
"~^l .VAv WILL BUY AN 18-K. 1C SIZE, QUAR
•PI/C:) ter second fly back horse timer. Tif- I
fany movement; good as new; originally cost j
?l*ti. L. S. Weller, the Seventh street pawn
vjj«y4 /\~WILL BUY A SOLID GOLD DOUBLE
•_) _p \J case stem winding watch, handsomely
engraved; cost $85; good as new. E. S. Weller ,
the Seventh street pawnbroker. j
Goods sent via -press C. O. D. with privilege ol examination. Watch repairing by competent
worknie iat one-h-i. price usually charge!. Warranted .or one year. Money loaned oil all goods of
L. S. WELLER, THE SEVENTH STREET PAWNBROKER
I 6 _"A!«T SEVI;,\ 111 .ST,, ST. I' Alii,, .TItIV.X.
__iLo kaP* ¥V __j_JL__!__ JL Sm%J \J\J»
380 W * BASHA STREET.
Fins [1 1 fe ail Sitae.
We are Headquarters for
(UU Lamp Goods. . We make a
HI specialty of tlie Improved
ira Lamps and Burners.
M^ m success i
°WJiF- The cut of -which, we show in
IM this advertis ement, is the best
tLamp Goods. We the trade.
specialty of the Improved
Lamps and Burners.
Tf SUCCESS I
The cut of which we show in
this advertisement, is the best
Lamp ever oifered to the trade.
It gives a perfectly steady and
bright light No smoke; no
: PRICE, $5.
i§£Lj|r Our stock of Holiday Goods
is the finest ever shown in the
|~| city. Call and examine before
Jtjkfr&i making your purchases.
v^^s^^^^^^^^m Mail orders will rec eive prompt
THE SUCCESS. Respectfully,
H. S. WHEAT & CO.
380 Wabasha Street.
Elegit! Ml! Saasitte!
Presents for Ladies,
Presents for Gentlemen,
Presents for Children.
Presents for Children.
COME AND SEE THE DISPLAY AT
Cor. of Third & Cedar Sts.
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1 1 NSTALLM I
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BUSINESS are largely increased in our new store, 339 and 341 East Seventh street. We have |
added Hat Trees, BooKcases, Sideboards and Desk to our old lines of general House Furnish
imr Goods and invite a visit from all. SMITH <_ FARWELL
(g. (/fiwfc&faettf, \
Engraves Wedding Invitations, Announcements. Visiting Cards. Monograms, Crests, Seals,
Lies etc. Stationery stamped and illuminated. Call ana see the novelties in Staple and
1 ancy Stationery. Seaside Libraries.
113 EASr STREET. ST. PAUL. MINN.
ST. PAXIL DAILY GLOBE. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 12/1886— TWENTY" PAGES.
CO/"", WILL BUT A SOLID GOLD 14-K STEM
'JPCjIJ winding watch, artistically engraved; this
watch has been carried only three months, not at
all injured. L S. Weller, the Seventh street
if;7n WILL BUY ONE 18-K HEAVY CASK,
V? I» 7 Howard movement, cost $200, stem
winder and setter; this is a suitable watch for an
engineer or any man who must have accurate
will" buy an open FACE BOSS
*P*J \J filled case, handsomely engraved, with a
Hampden lull jeweled adjusted and patent regu
lator movement. L. S. Weller, the seventh street
♦s* /I '*"*. WILL- BUY - A SHELL-" CASE, - BOSS
•D -*_/ ' filled, With a -Bartlett movement: cost
$32. * ''. "• :••
•jF***""? \ WILL BUY A LOUIS XIV. BOSS FILLED
•"?_/*_/ case. 111-size, Elgin movement; cost $90.
NE IS-K. PLAIN CASE. DIAMOND
.. set in center of case: this watch . orig nally
cost *200; cannot detect it has been worn: -we will
sell '.' it for $75. L. S. Welier. the Seventh street
pawnbroker. • '■'
ffl*^A WILL BUY AN 8-SIZE. 14-K., LADY.
&*J*.J Elgin, stem winding movement: cost
$110. L. S. Well.r, the Seventh street pawn
KA **1 wiljl- *"uv a M-K~ SHELL CASE.
**iA *\ WILIj BUY A -*'K*i SHELL CASE.
tff-c1 _/ cost gOO, lady's size watch.
(Tj/r/r WILL BUY A LOUIS XVL 14-K. CASE.
«"p _/_" good movement, good as new; originally
cost $SO. . .
Qxi J WILL BUY A 14"X- MANSARD CASE,
%)*)\J lady's size, accurate movement; orig
inally .cost $00. L. S. Weller, the Seventh street
pawnbroker. i"""* [
(J-'Jk WILL BUY A BOfS FILLED, LADY'S
&9j*J size. Elgin movement, good timer; orig
inally cost $70. "
VT*-M I WILL BUY A BOSS KILLED, MANSARD
«"s*_)U case, lady's size; cost $70, a bargain. __
$£)(\ WILL- BUY A 14-K., SOLID COLD.
tJ>^VV_» Chatelaine, open face, stem winder, an
accurate timer, a beauty. Also we have nickel
and silver chatelaine watches, ranging in price
from $15 to $10.
UR STOCK OF WATCH CHAINS EMBRACES
everything made in this line from the heav
iest "cold guard to the most tiny lady's, queen's or
fob chain of the newest design._
PLATED CHARMS AND LOCKETS OF EVERY
descript on; some very handsome told front
lockets, set with cameos and various stones, fin
ished as nicely as solid gold goods. ,
UK STOCK OF SILVER-PLATED WAKE IS
'all of the finest quality quadruple plate: we
have some beautiful designs in castors, berry
dishes, napkin rings, card receivers, ice pitchers
and everything manufactured in this line. ' •'
Uir"_TOCK OF SPECTACLES AND EYE
glasses is complete.
-I*l7 ALSO CAKKV A COMPLETE STOCK OF
V V Bordon and Lamaire opera glasses, draft
ing tools, etc.
OUR ASSORTMENT OF AMERICAN. FRENCH
and bronze clocks is second to none in the
city. ■ BEEn
SAINT PAUL WANTS.
" *r" '' Male. --'
APPRENTICES— Immediately, 3 gentlemen
\ PPRENTICES — Immediately, 3 gentlemen
-■"*• to learn railroad and commercial telegraph
business at tne Globe Telegraph company, corner
Fourth and Jackson, 336 Jacson st., St Paul,
Minn. : ____!
AGENTS wanted in every town in the North-
west tor Marsh Electric lamps; gives light
of four common lamps; costs *. a cent per hour:
never breaks or smokes: chimneys warranted:
non explosive: two agents are making $25 per
week; the best seller for Christmas gifts out;
samples to work with 82.50. Send stamp for illus
trated catalogue. John Haisley, 217 East Seventh
st, St. Paul. Minn., agents' supply office. 346-55
' \ GENTS -wanted for mv Safety Rein Holder.
ft the best article you can get for this time of
the year; ten to one more selling now than in fine
weather; no wet lines nor mitts nor frozen fin
gers with them; your lines are alwa?. dry and in
their place, not underthe horses feet agents are
reaping a big harvest on them now; send stamp
for terms. ; John Haisley, 217 East Seventh at..
rein agents' supply office. 346-55
GENTS wanted everywhere tor the best rug
machine made; knits rags or yarn: make;
hoods and mitts; so simple all can use it: malits
beautitul mats out of your old garments in leisure
hours at little cost; the choicest rug patterns in
stock to sell with the machines: rug pattern and
machine sent for SI; lady agents succeed well;
just the thing for holiday presents. John Haisley,
217 East Seventh st. ___346-55
\ GENTS— Trades assembly, trade union
ft. and K. of L. men out of employment pre
ferred; active workers can do well; one agent
made $14 the first day. Cherry A Co., 87 East
Fourth st ___
A GENTS— At 482 Rice st 346
AGENTS wanted to handle Johnston's patent
threshold; it is absolutely wind. . dust and
rain proof, and is the best protection against cold
draughts ever invented: county and state rights
for sale. For further particulars address lock
drawer I, Hudson, Wis. 339-53
BAKE!'— First-ciass bread baker at once at 289
West Seventh st. ■ lierrisford A Shea. 7
BOOKKEEPER— One who is p-od collector
and can g:ve reierence. J. F. Mcyui"lan,4lß
and 420 Wacouta st. _"
BOY — With some experience in the drug busi-
ness."- Address stating terms, E 17. Globe. J
ROY* living in upper town to learn the print'ng
trade; must be German. Call at Wanderer
office, 14 West Fourth st. Monday at 9 a., m. 1
OY"— Fifteen years old. wants position in office;
' speaks and te_ .English and German;lives
with his parents. A. S.; 705 Lee ay. __J
BOY'— Cali Friday mornnc, Dec 10. R. G. Mc-
Dowell. Sixth and Jacks n . •
COOK— Wanted first-class restaurant cook
' for city: first class wages will be pad.
Achilles' intelligence office, 165 East Seventh.
corner Jackson. : -••-■■ 316
GLELRKSHIP for hotel, vacant in a few days.
out of town. Apply at the Elite Intelligence
agency. 4116*. Wabasha st ' * 346-47
I'IARPENTEKS— Two or three: call Monday
V morning on Marshall ay., between Kent and
Dale. * "'*."' 1
/-lOACHMAN. one that thoroughly under
vv; stand* the care ot horses, carriages, etc.,
and can run a furnace; ' must be well recom
mended. D. 110, Globe. :*__„. :_' "
CASH BOY'S— Ten experienced cash boys at
Palais Royal, corner Third and Minnesota
sts. ■ ■ - ■ ■
FEED HOY— For power press, at 380 "Jackson
st. Rich „ Clymer. ■_ 1
FIRST-CLASS makes of pianos, organs, ban-
jos, tars, violins, regardless of cost at C.
W.Youngman's. 115 East Seventh st. 346
FI REMAN or watchman by a good. sober man:
good referen'-e* to g.ve. Call on D. Davis,
313 East Seventh st.. third floor. 1
/Toon PERMANENT position offered young
"T man. salary small to start: opportunity to I
advance offered. Elite Intelligence agency. 406!. I
Wabasha st '_ 346-«7
C"i ASFITTERatonce at J. F. McQuillan's, 418
T and 420 Wacouta st . "*
HOTEL CLERK— Young man for small hot?l
in country; permanent position, moderate
Fa ary._B. V. J., Globe. 1
MAN AND WIFE on dairy farm; call at M.
iVI D. Miller's real estate office. Fourth st. 7
ONE GOOD MAN to cut timber; winter's
work; 81.75 to 82 per day: call to-day from 12
to 2 p. m.; ship Monday morning at 7 o'clock: free
fare. John Swainson A Co., corner Seventh and
S.bley: ..:.'- ■:■ ' ■■. _i_
OFFICE BOY— H. W. Davis A Co.. 151 Drake
. block. _____*
RIVATE shorthand pupils.by practicing sten
ographer qualifying for court reporting or
amanuensis. Pitman. 78 West Bluff st. 246
OSITIONS supplied in stores, offices, hotels,
private families, and the better class of po
sitions: eraplovers get any kind ot help free.
Elite Intelligence agency, 406!. Wabasha 5t.346-47
PIANO PLAYER at night No. 90 Washing -
ton st. '...•■ J
STONE MASONS— Monday, Ba. m.
train. Macalester station. _7
SOLICITOR "for cigar*. 272 Rice st. between
2 and 3p. m. ■■■'" '.. 5
WOODTURNER— HerzogA Readon, corner
Eagle and Washington sts. .6
7* ANT ED— A man for good opening, having
VV from 8100 to*2oo to invest ■ Call Monday
afternoon. Elite lntelligr,_s.e apenc . when party
can be seen and interview had, 40d*. Wabasha.
•.: 346-47 .
WANTED— A good reliable lawyer to look up
an old land title in Ramsey and Houston
connt es, Minn.: also - Fiord. Mitchell and Chick
asaw cointies. lowa.' Address G. M. Walker, No.
270 East Eighth St., St. Paul, Minn. 346
\I .* ANTED— A young man to learn the photo-
VV - graph business at 3 East Ninth st __6
OUNG MAN or a laSy to do office work. C.
10. Globe. ■ ''•*•"/• ' _1
OUNGMKN and ladies to learn te'egrapny,
shorthand and tpyewriting day and evening
classes; chance for men to nearly cover all ex
penses while learning; terms reasonable; send
for circulars. Globe Telegraphy company, 336
Jackson St.. St. Paul. 279*
-\f\ CABINETMAKERS— I 64 West Fifth st.
IX' St Paul Furniture company. 6
<!>.-)£: VIOLINS for 810, 810 flutes for 85, 850
«JD -CO banjos for 818. 820 to 875 guitars for 828.
and everything correspondingly low at Young
man's, 115 Bast Seventh st 346
p.l LABORERS tor Cascade division. Wash
*)\J ington territory, 82 to 82.50 per day, ship
Tuesday: 1,000 laborers, tiemakers. teamsters, for
railroad and levee work 50uth, 81. 75 to 82 per day:
lowest fare. John Swainson & Co., corner Seventh
and Sibley. St. Paul, 11 High st. Minneapolis. 346
1 f\f\ ROCKMEN for Colorado. 82 to 82.50 per
lUU day; ship Wednesday next White's
employment office, 295 Jackson st, St. Paul, or 117
Washington ay. south, Minneapolis. 346
ALPHEUS HAVES' intelligence office furn-
ishe g ris places free; 1 cook for Fort Snell
ing, 2 women hotel cooks to go out of town, 2
boarding-house cooks, 10 family cooks for St.
Anthony Hill, 1 man and wife for Fort Snelling,
no children. 25 girl* for general housework. 489
Wabasha, near capitoL 346-47
ACHILLEA* intelligence office. 165 East
. Seventh, corner Jackson, up stairs: family
cooks wanted for Fort Yates and Fort Custer.B2o:
elderly nurse girl for Fort Keogh, 818; girls for
housework wanted, also places for cooks, dining
room girls and girls for housework. 346
PPRENTICES— Immediately, 4 ladies to
learn short-hand: terms reasonable. Apply
to Globe Telegraph company, corner Fourth and
Jackson. 336 Jackson St.: St Paul. Minn. 338-«
PPRENTICES— 4 ladies to
learn to operate typewriter machines. Ap
ply to Globe Telei raph company, corner Fourth
and Jacksou, 336 .lac-son st. St Paul, Minn. 3HB-*
C>OOK— Plain, for boarding house at Mernam
J Park. Amer can house: good wages paid. 1
OOK at Fort Snelling and second girl; best
wages. Box 21. Fort SneUing Minn. 1
COOK— One who can do meat and pastry. Ad*
J dress 49 East Eleventh. 7
T"\INING-ROOM GIRL at 352 Cedar st 1
INING-ROOM GIRLS, cooks. 830% for
Moorhead. Duluth, city and country: cooks
tor private houses, general houseworkers. dish-
washers, kitchen girls, etc.: abundance of places
and first-class help at employment agency.3l7 Wa
basha st. Call early. _*e**4l
KESSMAK ERS— dressmakers imme-
diatciy. Miss O'Leary. 248 West Third st. 7
GIRL-Experienced, 0 take rare of 2 children ,
and do second work; good wages paid; must ,
have good references. Apply 394 East Tenth st, j
corner of John. . ■ — I
GIR L— Good girl for general housework. Call !
Monday or Tuesday, Mrs. Lusk, 78 West .
Bluff st. - I
GIRI To do housework. Call at No. 5 East j
Eighth st. - *■*-•-" 1
GIRL — for general housework: will pay
814; call at office Monday: Loveland A Co.,
corner Third and Rosabel sts. 1 i
ThL for general housework: German pre- !
ferred. 254 Ramsey st. ' _• :" ;1 |
TEL for general housework. Apply Mrs Lori-
mer, 9Tilton st ; 1
Competent girl for general housework;
I small family; German preferred. 433 Holly
ay. ■■ . ■ ■ 1
GIRL for general housework; four in family.
373 Washington st ■ 1
GIRL for general housework; apply at once. 572
Minnesota st. \ . . ' 1
/**** IRL for general housework. 569 Laurel ay. 1
IRL — Good, for general housework in a family
of 3; keep nurse. 472 Laurel ay.*; call be
ore 2 p. m. :...-. : 1
(X IRL. tor general housework. 329 Grove st 1
GIRL— To assist at general housework. Inquire
at 527 Carroll st. 1
GIRL A good girl for general housework;
steady employment to the right girt. 319
Spruce ay., near corner Sibley st ..'.- - T
GIRL for general housework at 265 Pleasant
G' ay. for general housework at 265 Pleasant
I* ay. ■ .T . '" - - ■-. '7
GIRL for general housework at 572 Minnesotr
st -"■ ■- ■ -7 j
GIRL for general housework. Mrs. W. R. Ladd, j
163 Pleasant ay. ■ * ■ ■ f I
GIRL to do second work and take care of chil-
~.dren; references required. . Mra. Russell j
Dorr, 645 Oakland ay. ',"-*»
r* IRL— Good, for second work at 356 Cedar st |
VJ 6 j
GIRL— Good German or Swede, for general .
housework. 570 Wabasha st 6 ;
GIRL for general housework at 630 Wabasha
st. .____.. '■■■'..' a .
GIRL for general housework In family of 3.
"83 Fillmore ay. . n 6
GIRL for general housework at 49 West Fourth
st - " ' • ?
GIRL for general housework. • Apply at once at
227 Iglehart st. ; *»
f~\ IRL— Experienced girl for general house-
-T work at 61 Iglehart st. 342-48
TZITHEN GIRL— At 275 East Eighth. 7
TT-ITHEN GIRL— At 275 East Eighth. 7
LAUNDRESS and dishwasher * anted at the
Winslow house. Seven corners. ■ 1
AUNDRY GIRL at Davis* restaurant, 52
East Seventh st. 7
IADY CLERKS, copyists, accountants, cash-
J iers and bookkeepers supplied '-, and ; wanted.
Elite Intelligence agency. 4061. Wabasha 5t.346-47
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, learn short-
hand and typewriting at a first-class school.
Anna C. Drew,*B and 9 Hale block, opposite • Mer-
chants. -':-t-- '-"--■'■ '- -' 3:«»
NURSE GlßL— Smart; apply at once to Mrs.
i l P. F. Egan, 80 Kent st- ■ ■'■ : ? ** " ■'.■ "cv '-■*" 1
"TALES LADIES and cash girls at 72 East
Seventh st; apply early. Bannon A Co. 346
SERVANT to do general housework in a small
family. Inquire 266 East Ninth St., corner of
Canada. - ■.■■■' ■■ - ■■■ ■ -.1
y EWING GlßL— Apply Monday morning at
s_ EWING GlßL— Apply Monday morning at
•- ' 380 Exchange st. _l
SEWING GIRL— sewing girl at dress-
making rooms. No, 11 East Third st., second
floor in rear; don't inquire at the store. *'■ 7
SECOND GlßL— Strong second girl wanted at
SECOND GlßL— Strong second girl wanted at
633 Holly ay. 7
SECOND GIRL — Permanent situation for a
O good girl. 307 Cedar st. -1
OECOND GIRL— A good second girl, one that
O has experience in waiting on table for
boarders, 677 Bt________________
SECOND GlßL— Apply to Mrs. M. Auerbach,
Apply to Mrs. M. Auerbsch,
•J 3SB Summit ay. L____il___! "*'-'■'' -! 6 '
STENOGRAPH X call far ppo t ons. Anne
•"^ C. Drew _ Co., room 9, Hale block, "opposite
WASHWOMAN First-class . washwoman to
wash lor small family at her own house. A.
B. C, Globe. 4
WANTED — Nurses! nurses! nur-es! Profes
sional and otherwise, are requested to at-
tend the office of Dr. Whitimn, 414*. Juccson st,
Wednesday, Dec. 15. at 2 o'clock, and hear a free
i lecture on "Nursing" by Prof. Lonsdale. 344-49
~\(\i\~CH\ A Ci ' Pl*'S of Bheet~music to select
\.\>\J)\J\J\.i from at Vouugman's closing-out
sale. 115 East Seventh st. 346
BOY— Aged 18, would like work of some kind
■ this winter: will ng to work f <r .mall wages.
BUTCHER--!— Young man of 20. strong and
active, with 2 years' experience, wants sit-
uation. M. M. X., Globe. 6
BARTENDER— By a respectable young man:
he is willing and can give city references.
J. M., 15 East Seventh st. 6
BOOKKEEPER— By young man of 19 as
booxkeepcr or clerk in any branch of busi-
ness; can furnish excellent references; speaks
German. A. 1, Globe. 5
BOOKK EI'EK, clerk, or any position where
a young man's ability w.ll be of value; good
city references; salary no object. R. G.. Globe. 5
COACHMAN— By a German; city references:
/ can milk. . Corner Fort and Tenth st. 1
CO" *" A first-clas^ 'oo'i wants a s tuation in
ah otei or restaur ant. A.James, 348 East
Ninth st, 7
CLERK— Young man with first-class New York
city references desires s tuation as clerk or
salesman at moderate salary; speaks German.
Rice st., Globe. 7
EVENING WORK— By yonng man to post or
EVENING WORK— By yonng man to post or
keep books at night. T. J.. Globe. 1
EMPLOYMENT— By a young man, evenings
for a few hours. S. T. G., Globe. 6
FOR GOOD. NEAT, honest and reliably rec
ommended clerks, bookkeepers, office boys.
family chore men, coachmen and hotel help, call
or write to the Elite Intelligence agency; help
free. 406*. Wabasha st. __ 346-47
GOOD BARBER wants a steady job. J. EL,
VJ Ortonville, Minn. . _ 1
OTARY PUBLIC, real estate and collection
OTARY PUBLIC, real estate and collection
agent, wants employment; salary or com-
mission. 9, Globe. _ ..''l.. 1
POSITION where there is a probable chance
for advancement, by a young man 18 years
old; best references. Mont, Globe. ■ A
POSITION with chances for* advancement by
youngman with A No. 1 references; wages no
object at present. Charles, Globes ■ 6
STEWARD or head cook— By young man of
O experience, in a first-class hotel or restaurant
J. W. 8., Globe. I
SITUATION by a young German; first-class
*—> . references. A. P., Globe. ■ ■ . ■ 6
SITUATION by boy to work mornings, noons
and evenings for board. E. It., Globe. ■ ".' 1
SITUATION— By'an experienced accountant;
best of recommendations. J. M. Evod, lid
East Fourth st. St. PauL 1
SITUATION by "a first-class bread baker. A.
*_> ■ MOrris, Austin, Minn. ' * ■ ■ 6
WHAT SPLENDID bargains can be had at
Youngman's closing-out sale! . Why, I
bought an organ for 860 for which others asked
now $125. (Purchaser.) 346
WORK By young man of 19, of any kind, for
board. M. K„ Globe. • ■•■■..■ 1
WORK, of some kind by young man of 19;
good penman, well acquainted in city. 214
Eaton ay. rGtei . 6
YOUNG MAN, 19 years old. "wants work of any
kind; willing to work » for small wages;
E. B„ Globe. .. *_t___i__<___
if c m a i c. * __ : »__ _____£_?_; '"'
CASHIER Young lady U's'res a position as
cashier or assistant bookkeeper; ..strictly
first-class references. 100, Globe. .'...'.• ..., 7
CLERK— Situation by a lady as clerk or copy-
j ist: can speak and write both English and
German: wages no object. Address M. C. , Globe. 7
DRESSMAKER — Experienced dressmaker
who understands artistic draping, wishes
work by the day in (anilies; at home from 10 a.m.
to 12 m.. 233 Ramsey st. 1
GIRL and reliable; good references; de-
1 sires situation: experienced in second work
and nursing; 99 East Seventh St., upstairs. 6
HOUSEKEEPER or to do chamber work by
an American lady: best references. S. C,
HOUSEKEEPER— By a middle-aged, rel able
woman: cleanliness and wholesome cooking
a specialty: c ty. Please c_il at or address St
Joseph's hospital. Exchange st. 6
TV[URSE — Professional, open for engagements.
1 1 Address B. S., 544 Deßow st. 6
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter— By a lady;
O small wages. S. W„ Globe. 1
WASHING— By competent German; very
reasonable: at home or will go out. 463
Fuller st 1
LOST AND FOUND.
BAY PONY LOST— With halter: in foal: left
hind-foot white; star on foiehead. Please
return to 385 Pleasant ay.. and receive reward.
COW LOST— the 7th, a large white cow,
with one broken horn; rope around horns
and bell on neck. Finder please return to P.
Eagan. 201 West Seventh st. 346
DOG— Wanted to buy a young Newfoundland
dog; must be kind and good uatured: call
and bring dog at 31 Chamber of Commerce, be-
tween 11 and 12 o'clock in tbe forenoon; a big
price will be paid for the right animal. William
DOG LOST— Five dollars reward for return of
Gordon setter pup.' 8 mouths old; silver-
plated collar, with address of owner thereon; no
questions asked if returned to 151 West Third st.
G. W. Yeager. 346-7
DOG STRAYED— Or stolen: small, black.
about 8 months old, with white spot on neck.
Finder please return to 643 Cedar. 1
DOG — Liver-colored - spaniel, nearly
grown, called Jack: the tinder will be liber-
ally rewarded by leaving him at my office, 36 East
Third st Henry C. James. 346-47
GOLD SPECTACLES LOST— On 'Lafayette.
cars. Glass block or corner of Seventh and
■ Ramsey st. Finder please leave at Levi Lyons, 11
East Third St., and get reward. J___f_* ** 346-48
POCKETBOOK LOST— the Manitoba,
due at 7:35 a. m. Saturday, containing $175 in
; cash, check for $100, and a check -driwn on Ger-
mania bank for $25 and . pass on * Manitoba,
i Omaha and Northern Pacific railways. Finder
\ return to Globe office and receive very liberal re*
ward ' .- - .
PLAT LOST— On Third st., between St. Peter
and Minnesota >i*.. a plat of parts of Dakota
I and Le Sueur counties; finder please return to
; office of St. Paul Warehouse and Elevator com
| pany. and receive reward. . 346
i TRAYED HEIFER— Was found on Lake
i • Phalen road and Mississippi St.. at Peter
Hahn's place. - 346
• — — - — .... 1 ' •;
WANTED TO BUY. ■> *. •_*■' ~: j,
WANTED TO BUY.
C"il'_'Y MAP of St Paul, latest issued; also map
J of Ramsey county. Apply 276 Jackson st ■'
343-46 " -•;■* *•*••' ''*-> ?'■'?'-*•
FLOURING MlLL— Wanted to rent or buy a
three.or four run custom mill in Dakota or
Minnesota: stone preferred; must be in good lo-
cation and no other mill near. Address, stating
terms, W.C.; 46 Union block, St. Paul. 314-46
PARTIES wishing to engage in the retail
grocery trade would buy a stock with ' an es-
I tablished business, if at low figures, for cash. H..
! Globe. ■'■■■ _>
SHOWCASE— Wanted to rent, 6 or 8 foot.
W. H. Lesh, 70 East Seventh at.. Room 1. 346
ANTED— Second-hand safe, 15 inches deep
by 30 high in the clear. Address Gilbert
; St Co.. 389 Minnesota st. St. PauL . 346
LADY wishes private instruction in book-
keeping. Address C. V., Globe. 341-46
CHOOL OF SiiORTHANu and typewnt-
ing— First-class and exclusive. '. Names of
j graduates now holding positions sent on applica
; tion; lessons day and evening, or .by mail; send
I for circular. Anna C. Drew, Hale block, corner
■. Jackson and Third its. 332*
LOFTS— let, elegant lofts for jobbing or
manufaetu; ing purposes, ri^ht in the raids'
of the jobbing center: s.xe 33x145. Over ISO and
192 Bast Third St.: inquire on first floor. 345"
TWELFTH ST., 57— A small barn near the ice
< Stores. Elc,
AM" STORE— Elegant location. Wabasha
St., near Seventh st. A. C. A.. Globe. 335-4 i
RICE ST.. Store, with good cellar and *
living rooms above. Inquire next door. 34.
COLLEGE AY., 69 WEST— ten-room
house. M. I). Miller St Co.. Fourth and
FIFTH ST., EAST, near Wiilius— Ten-room
house, ?20 per month; six-room house, 88 per
month, on Page st., near Oakdale ay.. West side.
Apply to C. H. Schnittger, 275 East Seventh st.
HUDSON AY.. 701— $10 for new five-room cot-
tage; good cellar, cistern and well. <_>
OUS ES— flats, offices, etc., for rent
general business collections attended to
Egbert G Han iv, successor to Harrison St Handy,
Sixth st.. Hotel Ryan build, - 345-5S
HOUSE, modern improvements. 9 rooms. Call
on C. A. Esteriy, 358 Pleasant ay.. or ßo Eas
Third st. 340
HOUSE FOX KENT— & Wedge. 14.
-Dakota ay. _ ■ 345-34
HOUSE— Furnished, on Marshall ay. $12,50 per
Ii month. Inquire W. B. Ladd, 44 Chamber of
IGLEHART ST.. 81— House of 12 rooms; in
quire at No. 83 Iglehart. 345-4*
PRUCE ST.. 243— A large house: all modern
"O improvements. Inquire 377 East Seventh st
THIRTEENTH ST. EAST— Good twelve-
room bouse, with modern improvements:
rent 835. Apply to H. Dougan, 229 East Thirteenth
ASHLAND, corner Dale St.— Four rooms:
modern conveniences. J. W. Crosson. 332
Jackson st. 344-46
BLUFF ST., 72 WEST— Pleasant furnished
XJ front room, moderate rent. 1
BROADWAY, 541 — Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with Phalen water.
BROADWAY 493, near Portland— Nicely fur-
BROADWAY 493, near Portland— Nicely fur-
nished room. 346-46
C-*AR ROLL ST., Rooms for rent at very
\J low rate. ; 346-243
CEDAR ST., 4SB— Small front room, rent rea-
J sonable; modern conveniences. 346-48
ANA DA ST., 58.)— Furnished alcove room:
modern conveniences; private tamily. 346-47
DAKOTA A Y., 120 and 127— Suite of front
rooms, furn shed or unfurnished as desired.
Bouquet's new building, one block from birds**
and motor line. ■ 345-346
OE BOW. rear Williams st. —Five rooms on
second floor. Inquire of Cremer A Co., 30!)*.
a ;kson St. ___J____?
EXCHANG ST.. 3S6— Furni-hed rooms, w th
board; furn ice heat, and bath. 346
XCH.VXtJE *T.. 394— large room; heat
J and all modern conveniences; board if de
■pXCHANGE ST., Two nicely furnished
' J rooms, s ngle or en suite, centrally located.
suitable for two or three gentlemen: terms moder
ate. — 34ti
EIGHTH ST., 417 FAST— large, pleasant
_ furnished room for 2; very central; private
family: board. 346-48
ELEVENTH ST.. 64 EAST— Best furnished
_ rooms and best table board to be found in
the city. 343-46
FIFTH ST., 50 WEST— Furnished room,
Benzbloc;. second floor. 346
FIFTH ST.. 232 EST— A pleasant furnished
room in a private family, one bloc- from
Seven corners. 346
FOURTEENTH ST., 182 EAST — Three
rooms for light housekeeping for $8. 346
FLATS— Second and third stor es, with all con-
veniences for house Keeping, near Seven
corners. Charles D. Kerr, 27 Gilfillan block.
1/1 ANN •**■• OCX, 415 Ea<t Seventh st- -Newly*
*' furnl she d, large front room, suitable for
two or more gentlemen^ 245-7
I NTH ST.. 37 EAST— furnished
il iront room on second floor. 346
\TINTH ST., 222 WEST— Two suits ot unfur-
VT INTH ST., 222 WEST— Two suits ot unfur-
ii nished rooms, suitable for light housekeep
ing; water, closets, etc. ■ 346-48
'.vISfHST., 9 WEST— Two gentlemen can
. * find neatly furnished room, modern conven
iences; board if desired. * . 346
NINTH ST.. 317 EAST— well furn-
1^ ished front chamber; private family: best
location— the Portland _46
N ORRIS ST., 250— Comfortable rooms in pri-
I*l vate family for one or two gents; heated:
bath, hot and cold water. 346
NINTH- ST., 27 EAST— Large, furnished,
front room, suitable for two. $10 per month.
T> ARK PLACE, 62— Nicely furnished front
JT"". room; ground floor. 346-48
OKA BEL ST.. 40s— Nice light basement.
su table for housekeeping. 346
ROBERT ST., 515— Seven plea'antly fur-
nished rooms, single or en suite, second
ROBERT ST., s46,corner Exchange-Furnished
front rooms, su table for two, and day
board; terms reasonable. 346
©BERT S **""*" ;>33— One first-class room wth
all modern improvements and board. 345-47
OOM-MATE wanted. Address A. B. Will-
OOMMATE wanted. Address A. B. Will-
iamson," care of Nicols _ Dean. 346
■TVOOM— A well-furnished front room with al-
ii cove for rent with board. Inquire at 21 East
College ay. 346-8
ft% OOMS— Four unfurnished: four closets, eel-
_i lar. soft and hard water. Apply 123 West
Fourth st., one door from Kice park. 346
'tt'OOli — furnished, at southwest corner
fy of Seventh and Olive sts. Inquire for E. E.
ROOMS— Two furnished front rooms; cheap.
562 Wabasha st. 346
SUMMIT AY., 11. corner Wabasha St.— Nice
rooms for light housekeeping: also furnished
lower front room for rent. 346
SEVENTH ST., 400 WEST, Forbes—
O Pleasant front room with or without board.
Nicely-furnished, front, ground floor;
five minutes' walk from postofllce; referen
ces exchanged. E. E., Globe. 341-48
ATE— Professional young man pre-
ferred; pleasant room, steam heat and lirst
class board. 20 College ay. west. 33_-47
yPKUCE ST., 231— Very desirable room, nicely
-_) furnished, heated, dse of bath. 346
T. PETER ST.. *459— Handsomely furnished
rooms for gentlemen, also a suite of two
SEVENTH ST., 286 WEST, near Seven Cor-
"_) ners— very desirable front rooms, newly
furnished, use of bath. . 346-48
S~"~ EVENTH ST., 852 WEST— Rooms with
modern improvements. Call. 346-48
SIXTH ST., 205 WEST, near Exchange—
front room, comfortably furnished and heated;
good boar, convenient. 342-46
'I _MPEBA\CE ST.. Three nicely fur-
1 niched rooms for rent, en suite or separate,
on first floor, cheap for winter 346
TWELFTH ST- 65 Furnished front room for
two persons, with board, in private family.
TWELFTH ST., 57— Nicely-furnished front
room on first floor. 345-4 6
TENTH ST., 204 EAST— a pleasant front
room, comfortably furnished, with large
closet and use of bath; suitable for two. 346-47
TILTON ST., 62— furnished room in a
private family, heated. 345-47
ABASHA ST... s2l— Nice furnished room
WABASHA ST... s2l— Nice furnished room
for gentleman and wife or . two single
gentlemen, with first-class board if desired: terms
A BLOCK on West Seventh St., a snap for all
cash. 115 East Seventh st. 346
COAL STOVE— Good: cheap: will heat 2
' rooms. Call at 147 East Eleventh st. 346
F~OR SALE— Furnished house. II rooms; cen
trally located; cue ip for cash. Met, Globe.
;_ .::. 346
FOR SALE— A fresh milch cow, Apply to A.
Pierce. 491 Kice st. 346-47
FOR SALE — Well-located saloon and pool ;
room; terms reasonable. 921 . East Fourth
st., near end of street car line. 346 i
OR SALE New house of nine room, batn
sewerage and city water; terms easy. Apply
to owner. 751 Selby ay. 334-49
I.CAN OFFER first-class bargains to music |
1 dealers, larce or small, to music teachers, \
societ es. churches, lodges and all interested i
'in musical merchandise at my closing out sale, j
C. W. Toungman, 1 15 East Seventh st. 346 :
AP ROBE — A nice lap robe, good as new; j
will sell cheap. Call at Simon, the pawn- I
brokers. 186 East Seventh st. 346-48 !
PIANO For Sale square Grand piano with ;
carved legs; splendid tone: cost when new i
$600; will sell for $150. Address C M 25, Globe. j
PIANO — A Steinway Grand parlor ' piano, in !
perfect order; used but a short while; maybe !
seen at D. er's music rooms. 346 ;
AN' • — A fine family range and otner house-
hold furniture at a bargain I taken at once.
235 Western ay. 346
HOUSE Small, or three or four unfurnished
rooms; must be on street car line; take
possession Jan. 1; state terms. 8.. Globe. 346 '
ROOM wanted in central part of the city by ;
single gentleman. , R. X., Globe. 346 j
ROOM — By young man. room and board: room l
_;. must be heated and have use of bath: lower ;
town preferred. Address H4, Globe. 346
ROOM — By responsible woman who goes out
ROOM — By responsible worn in who goes out
working by the day. would like to rent one
unfurnished room. 154 West Ninth st. 1
ROOMS and board for 3; - board must be first
class. Address, with terms, T. A., Globe.- 6 •
BOARD— family, with ■ limited number j
select persons, : desire . young gentleman ' to
room and board: price. 824 per month; references
required. A. B. C, GIebe. tiBjSBSBj&BRBBSB
* AUCTION ALES.
31 East Third ■_ *!
OLOAKS. CLOAKS, at~ auction this week—
'-J Silk plush cloaks, boucle. diagonal and beaver
cloaks with fur coliars and cuffs, must go at auc
tion this week no matter what price, at 81 Bast
Third st. 846*47
r ADIES, IT WILL PAY to go to the bank*
L_ rupt auction sal? at 31 East Third st.: th«.
stock con- sts of dry goods, cloaks, underwear.
yarns, flannels, 500 pairs of red. white, blue and
ail wool bed blankets, men's and boys' over
•oats: also. 1.000 photograph albums in leathei
and plush covers; come early to secure bargains
-ales commence at 10 a. m., 2 and 7:30 p. m. Be
member the place, 31 East Third st; lady clerki
.n attendance. 346-4'
HOES, SHOES, boots, winter overshoes. *'
•"* auction this week at 31 East Third st. 346-4'
P. T. Kavauagh <te Co.
GOLD AND SILVER SALE, 183 East Seventh
*-■ enth St.. from now until Jan. 1, 1887; silver
ware, clocks, jewelry, gold and silver watchei
nd every article in the jewelry l.ne will b«
s'aughtered, sold at half price, or any price.
come and yon will see goods fly: the greatest
slaughter you ever saw; every p ccc of s Iver ana
nil clocks must be arid by Jan. 1: you can buy n<
better goods in the ty, as every piece of silver
•■• are is trinle an J quadruple-plated, stamped an *
uade by Roger Bros., Simpson. Hall. Miller S
''0.. Reed A Barton, Willcox Meriden-Bntannit
company and other good makers. T. E. Dawson
salesman; P. T. Kavanagh & Co., Auctioneers
Of Egbert G. Handy, Successor to
Harrison <te H indy •
137 East Sixth st. Hotel Ryan Building.
V _ ■: Houses.
JUST LISTED— An excellent nouses of V
rooms, every convenience: splendidly locate!
on Iglehart st; rent very moderate.
\TEAK EXCHANGE ST— A~ni*ce~moderi
i.* . house, 12 rooms; every convenience.
ON 1. IE ITER ST— A br ck house "oT9 rooms
gas fixtures, furnace, every improvement
can be had at a low rental.
ONLY — The cheapest house in the city, (
'— * new house of 9 room-<. See this at once.
FURNISHED— A no d m house of 9 rooms,
nicely located on Easi Ninth St.; is furnished;
this is a bargain. . ' '
OTHKR FURRNISHED HOUSES— One on
\J Ravine st, near East Thiid; 6 rooms: only
835. _ .
;"jO PER MONTH— Three houses of 6 roomi
■ -I--V each; new; see h jse now.
SEVERAL othet louses. ~
t> OOMS furnished and unfurnished.
AFLAT of 1 rooms, weil located, at 820 pei
"EVEXTII ST., EAST, near Minnesota— A
■~ large room: just the place for some light
manuf.'.c uring, cigar or other business; no better
place for a snow shoe and toboggan club.
VERY handsome brick. 50x120 feet, the three
new stores on West Third st, near roll ng
mills, with steam power: let us show you this
fine build ng. busine>s men and manufacturers.
C CORNER of Chestnut and West Seventh St.—
w A handsome new Dr.ck store with large eel-
lar: a "business** corner; this is a chance; let us
show it to you now.
L"URNISHED ROOMS on Jackson st. Sev
l enth st, etc.
[TALL FOR A SOCIETY on Fifth st
A 1 ROOMS— floors, a hotel building
41 n ear Wabasha, on Eighth st; splendidly
arranged; money in this.
BUSINESS MEN: Put your general ao-
counts in our hands for collection.
PROPERTY OWNERS: Place the collet
tion of your rents with us; satisfact on as
sured. Department of rents and collections. Eg
bert G. Handy, real estate, successor to Harrison
A Handy, Sixth st. Hotel Ryan. 346
ETECTIVE of long experience, with good
references, will ta_e work at reasonable
rates. Address G. 12. Globe office. N. B. — No con
nection with any other agency. 331-61
EP. MORSE and D. C. Heylman are no
. longer in my employ, and they have no
authority to collect any money or do any business
on my account. Aibo Carbon light Co., Wm. W.
Parker, manager. 346
GL. Wii.HJS, cla — Advice on social
. and business matters; sealed letters satis*.
factorily answered; letter fee, 82. Electro-medi
cated and electric baths; magnetic, massage and
electric treatment: chronic diseases treated with
success. 401 Seventh ay, south. Minneapolis.
' 246-353 _
I HAVE 600 tons nice coal, all sizes, at 86 per
ton, cash. Office, 244 East Fourth st 346
LADIES of St. Paul, leave your orders at
Hayes'; plenty ol reliable help. 489 Waba
sha, near capitol. 346-47
L~ ADIES desiring dressmaking dtfne .before the
holidays, please call at 478 Cedar st Miss
E. Osborn, of New York/soltfc agobt of S. T.
Taylor's system. 346
MRS. ALICE BAGNELL. magnetic healer,
heals rheumatism, kidney and liver dis
eases. 323 East Seventh st. 346-58
MRS. ECKHARDT— and doc-
tress; can be consulted on all life and
business aftairs at 541 Mississippi st 346-52
POSTPONED RAFFLE at Murphy Sibley
and Third sts., Dec. 13, Bp. m., Thackeray
complete. 11 volumes, 10 cents each ticket; one
ticket will win set H. J. McVay. 340
VERY FASHIONABLE dresses, cloaks,
wrappers, children's clothes made very
cheap at 384 Franklin st., corner Seventh: 346
WEBSTER'S unabridged dictionaries on in-
stallments to responsible parties In St
Paul and Mmneapol s: can deliver before Christ-
mas. Address Minnesota Dictionary Company,
303 Jackson st., St. Paul. 346
WANT ED— Proposals for excavating a lot on
Jackson st, 50x100. Apply to S, Mayall,
16 East Third St. 345-50
WANTED— Young ladies and gentlemen to
W join the "H. E. A.," keep up their mem
bership dues and receive (250 to -2, oil at marriage,
or 3250 to 81,000 in 5 years if unmarried; at death
the heirs may keep up the membership and re
ceive the benefit; average cost not over 82.50 to
•10 monthly, and is, consequently, better than
any bank or building society. a's> perfectly safe,
as tne indorsers show: opposite plan of life in
surance; here the living reap the benefits: 6 to 12
first class agents, ladies and gentlemen, wanted.
Write for circulars, blanks, terms to agents, etc.,
to general agent for St Paul of Home endowment
Association, 503 Patridge st. 337-69
HY NOT LEARN shorthand and type-
writing this winter at Anna C. Drew's
school? Hale block, corner Jackson and Third
ANTED— Bids for excavating on Western
ay., near Dayton. Room 41. Union block.4
EXCHANGE— Stock of dry goods, clothing,
furnishing goods, about B', ooo. for St. Paul
real es a c. Address B. J.. Globe. 346
i-i \i \ TONS very nice coal, all«sizes, for 86 per
DUU ton, cash. Office, 244 East Fourth st
The Edison Electric Light and
Power Company of St. Paal,
Is now ready to enter into contracts foi
furnishing Incandescent Lamps, in stores,
saloons, offices, tbeatei*. halls and dwelling*.
No danger from Are: no vitiating of the at
mosphe c; no harm to life, health or person,
from the Edison current
From half-horse power to 15-horso power
For rates and contracts, apply to
J. R. McMURRAN, German-American Ban)
J. J. PARKER, Manager New York Life In
surance, Chamber of Commerce building.
L. L. KINGSBURY, 562 Cedar street, or totht
undersigned. Hotel Ryan.
331-360 , Stcr>tary.
Cullum's Painless Method \
Of Tooth Extraction^,
Filling. $1.00, up. , . I"
Cop. Seventh _~_d . W«b--tl-». St. P««!