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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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GENTS— Wanted, agents: — Why sell
other books when you can sell again as
ninny of our new book. Earth, Sea and Sky?
over 175,000 501 d in less than six months:
outfit only 75 cents: write for terms, etc.
Empyreal" Publishing bouse, 24 East Fourth
st.. St. Paul. Minn. 303-332
AGENTS— County rights for sale or agents |
wanted to canvass for a patent doorsill I
and weather strip; good chance to make j
money. Call at the Femer house. Second st., i
between Second and Third ay south. Nov. 3,
Minneapolis, Minn. Address, August Worst.
Stewart, Minn. 302-303
A(iooi) oyster slew 15 cents: a meat tor
10 cents; ham and eggs with potatoes
10 cents; coffee with bread and butter. 5
cents. New York RestanrauL 442 Jackson
st. 303 309
ARE VOL EMPLOYED?— notTciUl on
us: we are constantly in want of help
of all grades: clerks, bookkeepers, sten
ographers, office assistants, carpenters,
tailors, porters, janitors, watchmen, team -
s>ters. laborers, office boys. etc.. etc, will find
it to their advantage to "hand in their appli-
cation at once for a position; we mean busi-
ness: call at once. Bee Hive Enterprise. 57
East Fifth st. 307
BOY— smart youth to learn florist and seed-
man's business; must have good refer-
ences. Apply to E. V. Beales, corner Second
and Cedar sts. -4
BOY— Errand boy. well recommended.
Vose millinery "parlors. Room 19 Maun-
heimer block. 307
BOY— Apprentice boy. one with a little ex-
perience for barber trade, at 863 l.'ice
BITCHEK— immediately, a good
No. 1 butcher who understands making
sausage, cutting and killing, and has good
habits. Apply to J. H. Pratt. Stillwater.
Minn. " 4
ETCHER— Wanted immediately, a good
No. 1 butcher who understand"- making
sausage, cutting and killing, and has good
habits. Apply to J. H. Pratt, Stillwater,
Minn. '_ 307-310
BARBER immediately: white. first-class:
good wages and steady job. Palace bar-
ber shop, 415 South Front st., Mankato.
Mi in. 306-303
Canvasser— Wanted, a good canvasser.
one with references preferred, to can-
vass a new calendar which has had a great
sale in Eastern cities; liberal commission.
Address B 20. Globe. 307 309
CARRIER wanted with horse and wagon
apply at once. W. E. McGraw, city cir
CARPENTERS -at St. Anthony Park
school house. 5
ARI'ENTEHS— Good pay. Bee Hive En-
A REENTERS— Cood pay. Bee Hive En-
terprise, 57 East Fifth st. 307
CUM AN— A first-class coachman with
reference: English or American pre-
ferred. L. K. Stone. Room 82, National Ger-
man-American bank building, city. 3
OACHMAN and wife wauted, to work in
COACHMAN and wife wanted, to work in
house. Bee Hive Enterprise. 57 East
Fifth st. 307
DELIVERY CLERK— Wanted, a man
that is well acquainted with city to de-
liver packages for laundry. Call at 20 Fill-
into ay.. West St. Paul. " 5
ELEVATOR Wanted, experienced
elevator boy. Address K. 31, Globe.
FINISHERS— Wanted, two good coat fin-
ishers at 208-212 East Seventh st; 4
oI'SE CLEANER— Wanted, a man for
house cleaning. Apply between 9 and
10 at 230 Pleasant ay. 3
HOSTLER— to take care of Horses.
Spa Bottling company, 63 East Fill-
JEWELER— Apply to L. S. Weller, 116
East Seventh st., .between 10:30 and
11:30 to-day. 4
JOB TVI'ESETTKR wanted at Seibert
Bros., 203 East Tenth st. None other
but a first-class workman need apply. 4
MAN Wanted, a man for house cleaning.
Apply, between Sand 9, at 280 Pleas-
ant ay. 4
MAN— A young man who has experic nee
in deemed oil painting: address in
own handwriting. Address T 43. Globe. 3
MEN- -Wan ted, at once, two intelligent
men, with good references. 32 West
Third sL 4
MAN with horse and buggy wanted to lake
orders and deliver teas, coffees aud
groceries. Call at 64 East Seventh st.
MAN OR Wanted at once, man or
boy to do chores about the house and
milk cows; call at once. W. W. Woodruff.
Merriam Park. - 3
NCRSE— A male nurse. Apply to Dr.
"VTIRSE— A male nurse. Apply to Dr.
I^l Hoyt, Jackson st. 3
PRESS BOYS wanted at 34 Union block,
corner of Fourth and Cedar sts. 3
PRINTER— Wanted today, a good job
printer and a good Got— press feeder.
Price. McGill _ Co., 346 Sibley si. 5
PASTRY COOK— First class, at luterna-
tional Hotel, immediately. 5
AINTEKS— Two good swiuging scaffold
PAINTERS— Two good swinging scaffold
men. P. T. Fit-gibbon, 451 Jackson
st^ -■'■•••■. 3
PAINTERS— Good painters wanted at
498 University ay. 3
AINTKR— CaII at 420 Sibley st. 7 this
SALESMAN, with twelve years' experi
ence in the cabinet, carpet and general
house furnishing. Address W AG G, 514
St. Peter st. 5
SALESMAN — Experienced dry goods
salesman wants situation: city experi
ence and good references. Address B 51,
Globe. ■'■■ ~ 2
SALESMAN— clothing sales-
man wanted. Bee Hive Enterprise, 57
East Fifth St. 307
SALESMAN— a good German
clothing salesman at Henry Weber's. 425
Wabasha st. - 3
EAMSTERS — ,35 per month, steady
work. Call on L. F. Block, 103 East
Fourth st., rear office, between 8 and 9 a. m_.
TAILOR wanted to work by the week at
415 Minnesota st. 5 •
TEAMSTERS— Wanted, teamsters well
acquainted in city. Apply Boom 72,
Court block. 3
rr-*:Li"--'-_i*H operators ano
X STENOGRAPHERS -Register for
STENOGRAPHERS -Kegislei for
positions with Anna C. Drew, Hale Block.
St. Paul. 208»
rpo LOAN— S2O, S5O, §150 to loan on tur-
rpo LOAN— S2O. t"s(>, 8150 to loan on lur-
X niture, pianos, etc; property left in your
• possession. St. Paul Loan Co.. 3991,'j Jack-
son gt- Booms 1 and 2. 185*
'Yl'E SETTING— who under-
*' X 'stands type setting. Apply at North
western Stamp Works, 43 East Tail- ■'.. 5
PUOLSTERER wanted; big wages.
Bee Hive Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st.
WANTED— Fifty laborers for LiSnlle. !
W 111.; work all winter; ship cay; free ;
fare; 100 men for the Milwaukee Railway ,
company at Aberheen, Dak.: 51. 75 per da) . ;
free fare. Moore, 283 Sibley st . St; P__l; or j
27 Nicollet ar.. Minneapolis. .;o, 1
A_<iTED — Twenty-five Inn;' elm-r ;
A-ITKO — Twenty-five to' tu ;
good wages 10 good men: shut this j
Morning at 9: -Omen for Colorado; $2 • cr [
tiny: 20 men to cut cord wood; 50 n.e.i :•. r
work near the city: 25 men for sin f min.': •
5i. 75 per day; also. one foreman for lumber 1
(MM. Apply at 277 East Third *L. i.t-ir
JU.__-e_ 307 I
NEW EMPLOYMENT OFFICE— We
are prepared to supply yon with first- \
class family servants. Bee" line Enterprise.
57 East Fifth st. * - ' 307
ATTENTION. LADIES— If you are in i
need of work, call on us ; we are con
stantly supplying salesladies, bookkeepers.
stenographers, dressmakers and all kinds of
the higher grade of help with positions; come
.it once; now is your chance at the Bee Hive
Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st. 307
COOK— Wanted, good cook and second
girl; one that understands waiting on
tabic. 392 Exchange st. 5
COOK— Wanted a woman cook about thirty
years old, for country hotel. Good
wages to competent person. " Apply to I. Sol
omon i Co., 321 Wabasha street. 3
COOK— Good cook wanted at 708 Day-
ton ay. 5
INING ROOM GIRL wanted immtdi-
atclv at 185 East Seventh sL J. W. C.
Dennis. " 3
INING-ROOM GIRL— If there is a din- ;
ing-room girl in St. Paul who wants 6 j
good place and good wages call at 165 East i
Seventh st. '5 I
DRAPER— First-Class, un other need ap- |
ply. Mrs. Bailey's dressmaking par- I
lors. Boom 13, Maunheimer block. 5 I
RESSMAKER wanted Bee Hive En- !
terpriae, 57 East Fifth st. 307 j
RESSMAKER-Competent, at 232 West
Seventh st. - 4
GIRLS— For laundry, kitchen, dining- !
room. Apply 24 Chamber Commerce. I
to day, "-ninth. Minn. 5 j
GIRL wanted at 486 Dayton ay. ; will pay-
good wages; small family. 3
GIRL— A good, neat girl to work in kitchen
T and dining-room. 232 West Seventh j
GIRL— Wanted, a good girl in small fan I
ily. Address A BC. Globe.
GIRL— A girl to do general housework at
No. IS- Farnngton ay.. cor. Selby. 5
GIRL — A girl for housework, washing and
ironing, at 584 John st. 5
OI'SEWORK— good girl for
general housework in family of three:
wages not to exceed $10 per month. 578
Cedar st. 5
OCSEWORK— GirI wanted for general
housework. Mrs. John B. West. 88
Park place, between College and Summit ays.
307 309. ■'---?■.-'•
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house-
work: German or Swede preferred. Ap
ply at 372 Maria aye. 5
HOI'S*. WORK— good girl ior genera-
housework in small family. 516 Ash
land aye. 3
OCSEWORK— A good girl for general
housework. Call at 575 Westminster
HOUSEWORK— A good girl for general
housework; call at once. 533 Broad
Ol'SEWOßK— Wanted, good girl ior
general housework; wages $14: apply
in morning. 442 Ashland ay. 3
OI'SEWORK— a good girl for
general housework. Call this morning
at II- Ashland ay. 5
Ol'SEWOßK— Wanted, a good girl for
general housework ; small family. Call
at 182 Farrington ay. 5
H OI'SEWORK— Good girl for housework-
German preferred, at -165 Hopkins st.
Comer of DeSoto. Call at once. 306-307
OL'SEWORK— Wanted, gill for general
housework. Inquire at -3- Ml. Airy st.
LAUNDRY— Polishers and washers. Bee
AlNDKY— Polishers and washers. Bee
Hive Enterprise. 57 East Fifth st 307
|"kj I'RSE— Half grown girl to take care of
1 1 children. Apply so Pleasant avenue
NURSE— A good reliable nurse; one that
ll boards at home. Apply at 22 College
ay., Mrs. Guise he. " 4
"IV'I'RSK— A reliable woman to take care of
ii an infant two months old; references
required. • 516 Ashland ay. 3
NURSE wanted. Apply at once at 89
i.l Summit ay. 3
EWING GIRLS— Two good sewing girls
EWING GIRLS— Two good sewing girls
nt 145 Smith st. 3
SEW Kits — Fine sewers: good pay. Bee
Hive Enterprise. 57 East Fifth pay. 307
Hive Enterprise, 57 East Fifth st. 307
ECOND WORK— Girl for second work.
Apply 580 st. Peter st. 4
TAILORESS— A good tailoress wanted at
14 East Seventh st. Apply Room 17. 3
ASHER AND IRONER— Good washer
and irouer wanted Immediately at 392
Cedar st. 5
/"ASH WOMAN— This morning at 63
Vt East Seventh st. room 12. 5
MONEY is loaned by us on improved real
estate security iv St. Paul. Minneapolis
and Duluth at (".til- 7, 7". per cent., on
shortest notice, for any amount. R. M New
port <_ Sou, investment bankers, 152. 153
and 154 Drake block. SL Paul. 73*
MONEYTOLOAN-By Hunt <_ Sever
-I*l ance, 34 East Third st., room 1 : in
large and small amounts on furniture, horses.
carriages, libraries, warehouse receipts, etc.
the same to remain in the owner's posses
sion; also ou watches, jewelry, diamonds,
etc; business strictly confidential; a private
room for ladies. 292*
ONEY' LOANED ou all kiuds of per
ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per
sonal property, diamonds, jewelry. furui
lure, horses, etc.; commercial paper and
time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard &
Co.. 126 East Third st. 291*
Clin*',s, »50, SIOO TO LOAN ou tur-
Qlf \ « -5, »50, SIOU TO LOAN ou tur
«J?lv7 niture. pianos, carriages, horses,
cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any
other article of value; cash advance made on
goods iv storage; promptness and privacy
guaranteed iv making our loans; reasonable
rates and no outside fees. St. Paid Loan
company, No. 3091,. Jackson St., Rooms
and _. 65*
ONEY TO LOAN— By".'< the SL mill
MONEY TO LOAN — B». tbe St r_ul
Trust Company. $100,000, in sums of
$1,000 to $20,000. Purchase, money mort
gages cashed «.-'.- >'.V ,-. t
MD-tKV LOANED on all ■ kinds, ot per-
sonal property, household furniture,
horses, etc. ; also on diamonds aud jeweiry;
commercial paper discounted. Security Loan
Co., 325 Jackson St., J. E. Fianigau, mana
MONEY TO LOAN on mortgage at
lowest cost without delay. Installment i
mortgages made payable in sums to suit bor
rower. William Viguers & Co., uorlheast
corner Fourth and Cedar streets. 130*
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate and
good first mortgages bought by S. H.
Dyer.real estate and loans, Germau Ameri
can hank. 106*
MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN
Company— Loan from $10 upward on
furniture, pianos horses, wagons, etc., with
out removal; also ou warehouse receipts,
diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackey,
manager, Room 7, First National bank build
ing, St. Paul, hud Room 7, Mackey-I.egg
block, Minneapolis. r- 25Q*
MONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, from
$1 up. on watches, diamonds and all
goods of value; special rates on sums of $50
and over. J. E. Ingham, 327 Jackson st.
MONEY TO LOAN in sums of $1,000 to
MONEY TO LOAN in sums of $1,000 to
$10,000 at 6 and 8 per cent interest
without delay. St. Paul Trust company, cor
ner Jackson "and Fourth sts. 22»
<) EXCHANGE — Mining stocks ex-
( hanged for St. Paul real estate ; also
real estate exchanged for good interest-bear
ing notes or mortgages. Address "Gold,''
BOARD— Best weekly board in the city tor
53.25 at 442 Wabasha st. : furnished
rooms with board, 304-310
BOARD— Three or four young gentlemen
■•an find room and board for $5 per week
if they will room together in large room;
place is first class; all modern conveniences;
only five minutes' walk from postoffice. Ad
dress J A. Globe. 301-307
BOARDING HORSES iv the country
cheap; terms depend on how you want
them grained, from $8 to $10 per month
For further particulars and reference ad
dress William Cadzow, Rosemount, Minn.
EIGHTH ST., 342 EAST— Newly and
elegantly furnished rooms with all mod
ern improvements and tirst-class board.
ROBERT ST., 555— Suitable furnisned
room, with board. 305-307
OOM AND BOARD-Large nicely fur-
r.ished room, all modern conveniences.
with first class table board. 217 East Eighth
ROOM— One furnished front room; mod-
crn conveniences; with breakfast and
6 o'clock dinner if desired. B 49, Globe.
CI'MMIT AY., 77— Rooms, single and en
O suit, with steam heat. 6 o'clock dinners.
SUMMIT AY.. 39. corner Si. Peter— Pleas j
untly furnished rooms, with board, in
private family: terms reasonable. 305-309 j
THIRD ST.. 340. WEST— _ar_e south '
facing, nicely furnished • room: large
closets: furnace heal; gas, bath and closets
on same floor, with first-class lable board: j
only a limited number accommodated. .
- , 302-303 |
DYE WORKS/ i; -v;^ !
DI„ .1 AMI ESON~ * CO.'S Steam Dye ]
i Works— Gents' -- clothing a specially j
412 Wabasha st. und 14 We*l Sixth, st. Paul
Mi_u. •-...-- 134* 1
THE SADsT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1887.— TEN PAGES.
SITUATIONS *W A-¥TEI>.
. ■ Male.
BOOKKEEPER-- situation by
experienced bookkeeper or office man;
good references aud good penman, either
German or English. Address Fv. I, Wacoutß
EL. up stairs, 372. :. ' 3
BOOKKEEPER— Wauled a situation by
an energetic, reliable man; practical
bookkeeper and accountant; eight years' ex
perience: first-class references. Address L.
11. P., Globe. 302-308
BOOKKEEPER— Situation wanted as
bookkeeper or office man; six years' ex
perience ; A So, 1 references. Address W.
C. 8. , 152 East Sixth st. 302-308
CLERICAL— A young man wishes three
hours clerical work evenings. G 39
Globe. . . . .■ __
COACHMAN— situation as driver or
coachmen; good references. Address II
33, Globe. ■ . . . 4
COACHMAN— Situation wanted by a man
as coachman; can give good city refer
ences. Address F 30, Globe. _4
COACHMAN- situation as coachman.
private family preferred; English. Ap
ply A I' -";. Globe. 4
COACHMAN— Swede, wants situation in
private family; understands cure of
horses, run furnace, and will make himself
useful; good references. Address 230 East
Seventh st. 3
CHORES— Place wanted in private family
4o do chores around house: city refer
ence. Ad-res* GH, Globe. 3
CLERK— Wauted, a situation as clerk.
J bookkeeper or salesman: two years' ex
perience: age twenty; A 1 references. Ad
dress D 50. Globe. ' 307-310
CLERK— A young man wants a position as
clerk In grocery store or other profit
able business; can furnish best of references.
Address W 5, Globe. 3
LERK OK SALESMAN— A young man
I.KEK OK SALESMAN— A young mull
of good character and ability would like
employment in any reliable business house,
la any clerical position or as salesman: had
three years' experience in banking, can fur
nish city reference (bond if necessary);
speaks German and English. Please address
II 5, Globe. 305 307
CLERK— situation wanted by a man of ex-
perience, as clerk or manager of hotel in
Country or city. Address C 12. Glob:-. 3
COOK wants.a situation as camp or board -
' - ing train cook; references furnished.
Call at 392 Cedar St., St. Paul. _5
COOK— competent camp cook wants situa-
. tion in camp or boarding train; good
reference. Inquire 392 Cedar st— St. Paul. 3
ENGINEER Situation wanted by a Swede
engineer to run stationary engine: state
license on 25 11. P. Address VZ, Arcade st.
EMPLOYMENT— young man from the
East, twenty-three years old. can *neak
German, desires "a good position; good refer
ence. Address D 24. 5
MPLOYMENT wanted it. general "-tor-. :
seven years' experience; German; ■
speaks good English: good recommendation.
Address V, 212 Second ay. south, Minneapo
lis, Minn.' : . 5
EMPLOYMENT— Young man of steady
habits would like employment of some
kind: good penman and' steady at figures.
Address A. .1 I_, 515 Fuller st. 4
EMPLOYMENT — Boy seventeen years
old. good penman, would prefer situa
tion in grocery" store. Address B 11. Globe.s
EMPLOYMENT— By a young man where
be can make himself useful about house
and bam. James Meade, 4-o Robert st. 3
MPLOYMENT— Situation wanted by a
young man to go to school and do chores
for board. Address 452 St. Anthony ay. 3
FARMER— and wife want situation
to lake caie of farm and stock ; any one
having place write, I" 37. Globe. 3
L I'M Hennan — A competent lumberman
wants a situation; best of references.
Address M 20. Globe. 305-307
EEICE WORK wanted by a boy fifteen
years old: can give references. Address
C W* s. box 254, south Park, Minn. 5
SHTI ATION by man and wife iv private
family; mau to tend stable, woman to .
cook. Address R 46. Globe. I
W_ ATCHMAN-By reliable, steady young
man situation as watchman, or taking
care of furnace. Address AT. Globe. 4
ACHILLES' intelligence office, one hun-
dred and sixty-five Jackson st., corner
East Seventh: hundreds of girls are coming
to my office for places; leave your orders
for help at Achilles'. . " 307
COPYING— Wanted copying todo at home
by a lady who writes a plain, rapid
hand. ' Address O •_, Globe. 4
OPYIST— An estimable young lady
wishes a situation as copyist Miss Ada
It. Erskine. 676 Selhy ay. ' 300 30)
CLERK— Young lady, good writer, wants
position as clerk, copyist, oi to do writ
ing at home. Address Mary Bumani, 345
Sherman st. -06-307
COOK— Wanted, a place by a woman who
t understands cooking in all its branches.
Can be seen at 428 Franklin st. 3
COOK — By a young lady to do cooking In
restaurant or hotel. Cull or apply at 440
Market st. 4
RESSMAKER— Wanted, by ah expe
rienced dressmaker, sewing it. families.
Address 600%. Cedar st. 307
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, place to wort
for board in private family or hotel
through the winter. Address U ('. Glote.
OI'SEKEPEK -Position by middle aged
lady as matron or housekeeper; refer
ences given. Address 667 St. Petei st. 5 I
OUSEWORK— A very excellent German
girl, experienced in cooking, wants a
situation in first-class family ; gocd reference.
65 West Seventh st., Mrs. Schnell's Intelli
gence office. . 307
Ol'SEWOßK— Swedish girl wi-hes tot
OUSEWORK— Swedish girl wi-hes tot
a place in a small family to do genera!
housework: has been in this country for a
few months Address 852 Beauty fcL, St.
Paul, Minn. 4
NURSE— A position as nurse in a private •
family or hospital ; good uurse tor males'.
575 Laiayetle ay. 4
I RSE GIRI A German girl, fifteen
NURSE old, wants a situation girl, fifteen
years old, wants a situation to take care
of children. Address 11 11 15, Globe. 4
SEAMSTRESS— A young lady would like
SEAMSTRESS— A young lady would like
to do plain sewing in families by the day.
Call at 348 East Ninth St.. city. 4
SEAMSTRESS— A young lady seamstress
Seamstress— a voting lady seamstress.
wishes to sew in family by day or week.
Call 163 W. (ith, between Exchange and
SEWING— Situation wanted by a young
lady in a private family to do sewing and
mending, willing todo light housework. Ad
dress J X 19. Globe. 5
SECOND WORK— A competent girl wants
a situation in a private family at second
work: good reference. Apply at 433 Waba
sha st. 4
horses AgP CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGE WORKS— A large assort-
ment of Victorias, cabriolets, Duquistas,
broughams, four and six-seat roekaways, ex
tension-top cabriolets, extension-top Sur
reys, open and canopy Surreys, loop-front
ladies' phaetons, low-wheeled phaetons, road
wagons, etc., at lowest possible prices, qual
ity considered; all work guaranteed strictly
as represented. E. M. Hallowell & Co., 503
to 511. Minnesota st. 159*
OTICE TO LUMBERMEN AND
Contractors— We have for sale 250 head
large voting mules and horses; 100 stude
baker! 3". skein wagons; 100 sets double
harness and four pile drivers complete: will
sell live stock with or without wagons or
harness. Shepard. Winston <_ Co.. Room 32.
National German-American bank building.
St. Paul, Minn. 305 311
HARNESS for Sale— Single and double
hand-made driving harness at low
prices; call evenings. 932 Beech St.. Day
ton's bluff. 306303
HORSES— For sale, fine driving team
horses, silver mounted harness, light
two seat sleigh and Victoria duquisita. 648
Robert st. 307-310
HORSES For Sale— Cheap, for cash, four
span of heavy work horses. 352 Min
nesota st. „ 306-310
HORSE— Wanted, a horse to do delivering
with this winter horse to do delivering
with this winter for his keeping; will
pay reasonable amount or will buy him od
monthly payments. Address E 32, Globe. -
HORSE— Young horse, weighing 1,200,
canopy-top carriage and sleigh, to be
sold in two days, at 295 Carroll si., at half
price. 300 307
HORSE— For sale, very fine five-year-old
silver tail horse; good driver; square
box buggr and harness; cheap for cash
Address Vl W. Globe. 305 307
LORE BUSINESS COLLEGE- Young
men and ladies wanted to lcatn tele
graphy, shorthand, bookkeeping, typewriting
and the German language; day and evening
classes: chance to make expenses while
learniug; terms reasonable; call or send for
circulars. Address Globe Business college.
St. Paul. Minn. . . ■ 303-309
SCHOOL SHORTHAND, Tyre- writ-
'ug and Telegraphy— First-class and ex
clusive; names of graduates now holding po
sitions sent on application; systems taught. '
Eclectic, Pitman and ; Graham ; lessons day j
and evening or by mall; send (or circulars.
Anna C. Drew, Hale block, corner Jackson
and Third sts.. SL Paul. :.--,..> 332* ;
TEACHER— Wanted a good, reliable man
._L; ; to take a bird dog to train and teach till ,
spring. Address C. 6 Wilcox 282 Pearl
IGHTH ST., 327 EAST, corner Pine-
j A nine-room . house with all conven
iences; Preference given to parties buying
carpets. " .307
HOUSE— For rent, cheap, twelve-room
1J ■ house and barn a few minutes from
postoffice, where you may have four rooms
rent free by purchasing good will and some
furniture from present occupant. L F S
HOUSE— Large five-room house, with eel-
HOI se — Large five-room house, with eel-
lar and cistern, corner George and Bid
well sts. 302-307
OUSE FOR KENT— A cosy six-room
OI SE FOX KENT— A cosy six-room
house; 016 Charles St.. between Kent
and Dale. W. R. Frost, Room 10, Frost
HOl'SE— For rent, house of eight rooms"
HOUSE— For will house .or all rooms;
if renter will buy part or all carpets
and furniture: all conveniences: city wafer,
bath-room, sewerage, good cellar; on street
car line; rent, $25 per month: bargain in the
furniture. Address A 19. (i lobe. 305-307
HOUSES— For rent, two rive-room tene-
" ments; waterworks in house: streetcars
pass the door; Acker st., oue block west of
Mississippi. 11 30, Globe. 305-311
HOUSE— For rent, eleven-room house, No.
201 Goodrich ay. : furnace, grates,
storm windows and Phalen aud cistern wa
ter, and screens nnd good stable. Inquire ef
James & Bateham, German-American bank.
HOUSE — Four blocks from Seven." cor-
ners, cheap, a ten-room house and
basement; large yard and stable. Call
at 341 Sherman st. ' " 307*
HOUSE— For rent, house of eight rooms.
good cellar, water, etc.. ou Martin, near ■
Rice. James _: German American
Bank building. . ■ :n>7
HOUSE— house ou Iglehart st.,
city water, good cellar. S2O per month.
Apply 217 East Eighth. 306-309
HOUSE— Nine-room house, city water,
barn, and oue block from cable line.
199 East Seventh St.. room 5. 300-307
HOUSE— Small house to rent on Forrest
st.. one door east cf Hastings aw In
quire 366 Bates ay. 307-310
HOUSE— For rent, an eight-room house on
Walnut st.. near Seventh; cheap. In
quire at 34 Giifillan block. : 307 :
HOI'SE — For lent, au ei^ht-room house.
HOUSE— For cistern 391 Inquire
cellar and cistern; 301 BanA-Slnon're
at 398 Banfil st. ..,' 307 308 |
HOUSEsVoR «£ENT 254 Commercial st.
from *--< lo SI S per mont. 282-311 |
HOUSE of seven rooms: good well, cistern. . |
cellar and woodshed; 518 a month. 5s 1 .
Rice st. 307 308
HOUSE— For rent, six-room house. 205
Ellen st. Inquire for the engineer, 390
Wabasha st., St Paul Carpet company. -/"•*-:
- ' ' . .. 307-308 ■
ROAD WAV. 487. Corner Ninth— For
rent, one furnished room, for gentleman
only; modern conveniences. 306-312
ROADWAY. 528— For rent, two nicely
furnished rooms : fine location : all mod- •
crn improvements: board if desired. 307
XCHANGE ST.. 374, NORTH— For I
rent, one alcove room on second floor: !
also one room on third floor. 31-6-310
EXCHANGE ST . 390. -NORTH— Coin
tollable and handsomely furnished
room: pas. furnace heaL bath, etc. : gentle
nun only: references. 300-307
XCHANGE ST.. 366. NORTH -Hand
XCHANOEST.. 300. NORTH-lland
somely furnished room on second Moor
for two gentlemen : bath adjoins. 300 3011
IGIITH ST.. 45!) EAST— First-class lur-
EIGHTH ST.. 459 EAST— Fiist-class fur-
nished rooms with modern conveniences:
also few table boardeis accommodated. cull
at 150 East Eighth st. 307 310 I
LEVENTH ST., 99 EAST— Pleasant j
furnished front room, with use of bath <
sad beat if Jes:ie«l: also a small room. .
:::,--.:•.- - 307-308
Fifth st, 203. west, no. 3— Fur-
IFTH ST, 2(13. WEST. NO. -i-r-'ur- j
nished room, f 2 per week.. Inquire at !
No. 8. 307 I
F~ oitT ST.. 350-A front parlor, furnished j
or unfurnished.' Inquire up stairs. 5 !
FLAT— A six-room Mat 011 St. Anthony, on
FLAT— a streetcars* $30 St. nth: will j
line of street cars: §30 per month"; will
sell furniture. Pierce & Ward, 349 Hubert 1
st. . 305-307
FIFTH ST.. 39. WEST— pleasant fur- I
nished rooms, en suite: with or with- 1
out board: opposite Windsor hotel. 307-310 \
F'" RANK LIN ST.. 378— Nicely furnished |
single room: all modern convenience.-: :
new brick house; only two squares from j
Windsor hotel. ' . 307 '
OURTH AND ST. PETER STS., HeF j
OI'KTII AND ST. PETEK STS., Her
-tog Block— Furnished or unfurnished j
rooms, en suite or single, second or third •
Boor. 303 3i>7 i
MARKET ST., 346— Large front room: ;
furnished; references requested.
YTARTIN ST., CORNER JOSETTE- I
-»— Elegant double bedded front room for I
tent, newly furnished, with use of parlor* !
s:id Diituo"; none but gentlemen need apply. I
307 308 ... [_
MINNESOTA ST.. 042-For rent, fit ■
gantly furnished rooms, single or- en
suite; ail modern improvements; breakfast I
and 6 o'clock dinner if desired. 307-303 j
AX STTlB<rsoUTH— \ nice, pleasant '
AX ST., 186 SOUTH— A- nice, pleasant
furnished front room for rent. 307-310 \
EARL ST.. 11 — Pleasant room on the
second floor, neatly furnished; closet
fit; J use of hath; board if wanted. 307 .
ICE ST. — Two unfurnished front \
rooms with use of kitchen; on street car i
line. In luirent 592 HieesL 307 |
ROBERT ST.. 526— A furnishe.l front
R~OBEKT ST.. 526-A furnish? I front '
room and board iv private family: also
rota-mate wanted by a gentleman. 307-303 1
ROOMS — "111 nished nnd unfurnished !
ROOMS — "*nruished light unfurnished
looms for. rent for light housekeeping;
convenient to isiness. Apply at the Nicolay
Rea! Estate exchange. 116 East Fourth st.
ROOMS— For rent, a couple of nicely fur-
nished rooms, suitable for two gentle
men. Call at 19 East Tenth st. between 7
and 3 o'clock in the evening. 307
ROOMS— For rent, two turaUhed rooms !
ROOMS— For rent, heat and bath. Call !
for rent with use of heat and bath. Call
at 565 Canada st. 305-310 ;
ROOM— Furnished room; modern im
provements: good board; in. private i
family; heat iv room. Address P 40, Globe.
J 305-307 j
IJOOM— For rent, one large furnished |
V room, with use of gas. Call at corner. of j
Sixth and Exchange. 307-31' '
f" ">OOMB— For rent. Call at 470 Temper- I
- ance St.. between Eighth and Ninth sis.
ROOMS— Rooms for rent and furniture j
for sale: a bargain if takeu at once. Call
at 505 West Seventh St., Room 5. 306 307
ROOMS— Two rooms suitable for gentle-
men: sleeping or offices; steam heater;
third floor; Forth and Wabasha. A. J.
Warn pier. 306-303
ROOM Front alcove room: furnished: ail
modern improvements: location cen- I
tral and desirable. Address W 56, Globe. "
ROOM— Front alcove room, suitable for
gentlemen, use of bath, location central
and desirable. Address S 21, Globe.
- 306-303 .•', •■.'*'■
ROOMS— Two fine suites of rooms in High-
ROOMS— Two fine suites of rooms and Col-
house block, coruer Dakota ay. and Col
ROOMS— furnished front room with
alcove; modern conveniences. Inquire
at 247 Nelson ay. 306-jjgg
ROOM— For rent, unfurnished front room,
lower floor. Inquire 305 Iglehart st.
~t~y,;r- . 307 .'■■
ROOM AN D BOARD Exchange. 98
Union block; take elevator at 41) East
Fourth St.; if you are looking for rooms or
board in any locality in the city we can fur
nish you what you want free of charge; par
ties having desirable rooms to rent with or
without board are requested .to inform us
and we will call on you and arrange. 301-307
IXTH ST., 207 WEST— Furnished room
O to rent on ground floor. 306-307
EVENTH ST., 423. EAST— For rent.two
unfurnished rooms for light housekeep- 1
Ing. 307 i
S EVENTH ST.. 66. EAsT— For rent,,
SEVENTH ST., 66. ____T— Fot rent. I
small, nicely furnished room Inquire i
at music rooms. " 307
ST. PETER ST., 62d. between suninrit j
and Iglehart— Two single rooms, with ]
use of bath, at reasonable rental. l N 303 309 :
E*VTH ST., 52 WEST— Nice • furnished
ENTHST.,S2 WEST— Nice furnished
front rooms on second aud third floors.
306-307 . -
TWELFTH ST., 69 EAST-For rent, two
large furnished rooms on first floor. •
with or without board: terms reasonable ' . '
_____ 307-300 . -; '
TILTON ST.. 28. between Wabasha and SL
-.- Peter— Four rooms up stairs; all modern
conveniences." • - , *. -.-- 306-308 ;
THIRD ST., 342, WEST— Newly for-
HIRD ST., 342. WEST— Newly fur-
. nished front room for one or two gen
tlemen ; use of gas aud bath. .300-308
HIKDST, ion's, WEST— Nicely fur-
nisbed rooms for rent single or en suite.
FFICE for Rent— Real Estate office for'
rent : central locution ; „i»i front; J
will rent half or whole very low Address O
S_C_______ - g _ ,306-307
BUILDING— The building formerly occu .
pled by the. Globe; will make : such
changes as mar.-Q.-: desired by tenant. In
quire of C A Easterly, Room 3, Manuheimer
block. ;.-_: . --&•, I
LOST ASP FQIIIVD.
COW FOUND— A brown cow.spottea with
COW KOt'XD- A brown cow. spotted with
white. Owner call at 402 Randolph st.
" ■./,-•-■■■■-•. '■■• 301-326
CANE LOST— Left, in street car No. 115,b
I gold-headed cane with the name of Levi
Kanteman engraved on the head. Finder
will be rewarded by leaving it at 537 Robert
st„ or at Merchants hotel. * 307308
DOG LOST— Large Newfoundland dog
' weighing 117 pounds.about sis mouths
old: answers to name of Jack; a reward
. will be given upon the return of same to R.
J. aiar-oe, 024 St. Peter st. 307
DOG LOST— One brown spaniel : ■ name
on collars, Dick ; there will be
a good reward for the finder. • A. Newman,
479 Oakland ay. . 307
OLD-HEADED CANE lost or left il7a
street car; cane inscribed '"Edward to
Levi Knntermnn." Finder please leave at
the counter of the Merchants hotel.
OVERCOAT LOST— Nov. 1, on Fourth or
VERCOAT LOST— Nov. 1. on Fourth or
Fifth St., between Jackson and Waba-
sha, brown overcoat. Please leave at 328
Wabasha st. and get reward. 307-308
WATER SPANIEL LOST— A brown water
ter spaniel dog : hair thick aud curls close
to body : answers to name of "Captain." $5
reward for return to C. R.. Simmons. Union
I'I'EALO KOBES— large, fine buf
falo robes for sale cheap at 217 Fast
Eighth. . - ; .•--.-■ 301-307
COAL STOVE— Double ba.-c burner, in
good condition; cost $55, sell for $_(>.
Call at iota East Third st. 307
C^ll AM BER SUITES— For saliMwo cham
ber suites. Call 7 West Third St.. second
FOX SALE— One cooking stove, one bed-
stead, one mattress. No. 268 Selbv ay.
HARNESS HO I' BUILDING for sale
cheap in a good Dakota town, 800 in-
habitants, county seat, two railroads, good
country around, established five years:
cause for selling, poor health. Address A 6.
MONEY— to s2oO to loan on articles
of value; property left in your posses
sion. St. Paul Loan Co., 3001. Jackson st..
Rooms 1 and 2. 185*
PIANO tor Sale— l have hud placed in un-
hands a piano for sale, which I recom-
mend as a very superior instrument; it must
be sold before Monday. 7th inst.. as owners
leave the city in a few days. Frank Wood,
171 West Sixth st. ' 307
POOL TABLE for sale; nearly new; will
sell for one-quarter cost. Call Room 8,
146 East Fourth st. - 306-307
STOVE— For sale, new double-heater Gar-
land stove. Thurston's Storage ware-
house. 201. 203 and 205 Eagle st. 307-308
TOOLS— A lot of shoemaker tools and
leather for sale cheap at 32 East Sev
enth st. ■; ;,■■- ••';- 307
(fif'nn B,vs furniture and household
ipJUUV-1 goods of a 7-roorn house, with full
supply Of fuel, potatoes, fruits, etc.: house
for rent very reasonable to right parties; will I
also cell good horse, top buggy, cutter, har- j
ness, robes, etc., very cheap if taken nt once. ' |
Address If. J. X.. (ilohc. 307-308
DkESSMAKINO— stylish dressmaking at
moderate charges: good lit guaranteed
at 130 West Fourth between Washington
find Franklin. 306-308
GJ. KA NO oi'ENING - Fall and winter
I novelties in dresses. Miss E. Thomp-
son, late of Cincinnati, will hold a reception
at her parlors Friday and Saturday of this I
week, and extends a cordial invitation to the |
ladies of St. Paul and vicinity to call and in-
sped her display. In all the latest- novelties
of the season. 33 East Third street, over C.
A. Dibble's store. v 303-300
MRS. 1\ MITTLESTAEDT. Midwife—
Takes ladies before and during confine
ment, with best of care: strictly confidential;
terms reasonable. 570 East Seventh st.
KM'-VED-W. 11. Kichardson has re-
REM--VED-W. 11. East Third st. lo re-
moved from 149 East Third st. to 51
East Fourth St., I'nion block. here he will j
be pica-ed to see any oue iv want of real es
tate. - 307 j
STOItAGE AM) FORWARDING— Con- j
signments solicited of all kinds of mer
chandise, implements, furniture aud house- |
hold goods; we have the largest ami best !
warehouse in the city, connected by railroad j
tracks for receiving, storingand transferring. |
or if space is desired cither in basement or \
upper stories we can let same at very reason
able rales; warehouse and offiee,Bsl» and 389
East Third st.. St. Paul Minn. St. Paul
Storage. Forwarding and Implement com
pany. 11. A. canton manager; telephone call
•2!)5.'2. -. '___ ■ is*
TH'i;\HtrilMi ami shorthand woik of
-1 all kinds done perfectly by Anna C.
Drew, Hale block: noii.sk iv bunging your
work here: experienced operators, perfect
work, low prices: work called tor and de-
liveied; estimates given. Telephone, 852-2
"JOS* . .-
A CHANCE In sell your furnished houses,
AL'IIANt-E to sell your furnished houses.
Bats and rooms, or to rent them: eus
:cmcrs waiting; any one wishing to invest or
sell, call and see our list of buyers and sellers
find bring along some property to sell or ex
change; we have a full line of business
chances to sell or exchange: city an 1 outside
property bought, sold and exchanged: snaps
for to-day. grocery at 75 cents on the dollar,
tobacco store, confectionery and cigars: we
have some snaps in long leases cheap: half
interest in saloon that is a winner; every line
of merchandise represented at less than in-
voice;; houses, flats and rooms rented in an
hour. Tail _ Co., 4-1 Robert st., opposite
Ryan hotel. 307
A GOOD opening for a first-class German
physician. Address J 1. Globe. 306-308
T HEAOOI'AKTEKs you will find I
great bargains in the following |
branches, viz: Furnished boarding house
and flats of rooms: I lodging boose, located l
in heart of city, long lease and cheap rent: 2
restaurants. 2 barber shops: 1 milk route
with lots of first-class customers, selling from
80 to 100 gallons per day; 1 laundry at sacri
fice: several cigar and confectionery stores;
3 saloons; _ grocery stoics: 1 horse and
boggy, (heap, and 'a u umber of oilier bar-
gains too numerous to mention : give us a call
and see for yourselves. McKennev, Fulde &
Gair. 11 West Fourth. 307
AHBEK SHOP— sale, cheap, two
chair barber shop and bath rooms: good
location: reason for selling, leaving city on
account of health. Address Barber; 257
East Eighth St.. SL Paul. 306-312
BOARDING HOUSE for sale very cheap
on account of sickness; must be sold at
once. Chas. 11. Iless, agent. 350 East Sev
enth St.. up stairs. 307
IGAR STOKE for Sale Cheap— A good
paying cigar and tobacco stoic, centrally
located : good reason for selling. Inquire of
A. A. Marden. 366 Wabasha st.. Room 10.
FOX SALE— A dean and paying stock of
FOX SALE— A clean and paying stock of
hardware in a North Dakota town. For
particulars address 11. L. Pitts, Fargo, Dak.
AKTNEK— Wanted.partner with $25,000
to take a third interest in a manu
facturing business in this city; the business
has been established fifteen years; is sue-
cessful, profitable, and the leading one in its
line in the Northwest: has paid over 30 per
cent, upon the capital invested and can con
tinue to do so; present proprietors are desir
ous of increasing their plant and associating
with them an A 1 business man who is capa
ble of taking charge of the accounts and col
lections; to mi energetic, bright business man
of experience, this is an opportunity to en-
gage in business that is rarely offered, and
one that will bear the closest scrutiny;
drones, sharks and cranks, no matter what
their resources, are requested not to answer
this advertisement; all correspondence
strictly confidential, i Address, giving real
name. L. 1.. Globe, Minneapolis. 301-307
AKTNEK with $500 dollars, to travel;
can double investment in two months;
investigate. Address X. L., Globe. 307-310
RESTAURANT— A good restaurant for
sale on Third st. ; parties going to Cali
fornia. Address 354 Jackson st. 300 303
lOTOKES for Sale— Small stores in different
O parts of the city by A. A. Marden, 366
Wabasha St.. Room'lo. 306-308
STOCK and tixluiesof grocery in first class
location for sale or exchange for unin
cumbered city- property; Invoice about
53.500. TS D. Globe. 302-303
STOCK of cigars and confectionery aud
fixtures for sale cheap: also lease of.
store; good locality. Address A. S. M. P..
ANTED— Wanted to correspond with
responsible parties who are looking
fora good bank location. The "Recorder"'
Riceville. 10. '■■■• 293310
(£•"1 <S TO $200 to loan on turniture, j mv
<E«1 P\ TO S2OO to loan on furniture, mv
«4?l_/ sical instruments, vehicles or live
stock; cash, advanced on goods in storage.
St. Paul Loan Co., 300". Jackson sL. Rooms
land '_. -.'■■•-■ 185*
WASTED TO BII If.
WASTED TO BU¥; '■•'.. .:-"': ;:5 [
HEATER— Wauted.one good second bar. d |
" heater: one sufficient to heat water for |
three bath tubs. Inquire at the corner of |
Cedar aud East Seventh sts.,in the basement. \
WANTED TO BL'Y — Counters nr.d j
WANTED. suitable for dry goods: and ;
shelving suitable for dry goods; must
be in good condition. Address X 15. Globe. ;
-.- ; ■.. • . -■- .307 ;
ANTED TO BUY'— A second nan.i \
steam engine and boiler, portal"- .^-.
stationary, about 20 to 40 horse power: >:«;!
good condition. Address J. C. Snyder. '".it! L
Falls. Wis. : state price. - 3'U :''»7 . ,
..■,-.■■ BOARD WASTED. . -~ ;
HOME— I want a home in private Limliy/ j
will share room, Lest ufeituce; Ad-'
dress Ii 30 Globe. -'.WOK 307 1
HEAL, ESTATE FCK SALE.
I. St. Pierre A Co.'s List,
.. 291 South Robert sL
SC*-J Of if I TAKES a tine business corner
y'J>UUU -. on Concord st. - ' \
_A/7r\ I'OK lots in B. Michel's addition.
CI inn TAKES a- house worth $350
-JPl^lvyVJ and corner lot on .Gates st .
between Oakdale and State. if taken at once ;
$100 cash, balance $5 per month. '
CJO f\l \l \ TAKES nice eteht-rooni house
-JP/C,_IUU and lot 50x150, on Hall ay.,
near Isabel; this is very cheap; 81,000 cash.
(jjlO AAf) EACH for lots on Mohawk
<E;0 ()()() KACH fir lots o;i Mohawk
-p-^vyUlV ay., near upper town bridge.
WE HAVE a large number of lots in
Banning & Olivier's addition, in West
St. Paul proper near the ark, in Woodbury
& Case's addition and in Drown & Jackson's;
also on the flat near 'he M it N. railroad
LOTS in all parts of South at. Paul and on
GIVE us a call before you make a selection
elsewhere; remember the number. 291
South Robert st. 307 309
J, F. Eist-nmenser's List.
,)• F. Eisenmenger's List.
472 Rice st.
HOUSES with lots at bargains; 300 lots ou
and near Rice st., at all prices, on
monthly payments, or on terms to suit you
200 acres in acre lots or five-acre lots on Rice
, St.. ou McCaron's lake. Sandy lake. Sabbath
lake. Bass lake and other lakes at $150 per
acre and upwards, on easy terms and at great
bargains J. F. Eisenmenger, 472 Rice st.
11. F. Sell withe*- List.
liou East Fourth st.
<fl>0"-,') FOR 10x125, in block 4. Lake
*tPA/*JKJ View addition ; 575 cash, balance
one and two years; these lots are bat four
blocks from Gladstone station and offer a
view- of all of Lake Phalen.
(fl?1 A f\ EACH for several iweiitv-tive-foot
■£1 /if") EACH for several twenty-rive-foot
«4|J_.£*V lots in blocks 2 and 3. Lake View;
the Duluth shops.Plow works.carriage works
and other manufactories will be Iv working
order by spring. 305 307
ITENTION to Woou Dealers— l have
TTENTION to Wooo. Dealers— l have
120 acres timbered land in Steams
couuty, Minnesota. 1". miles from Fair
Haven station and Minneapolis <£ Pacific
railway, which will cut fiom 3,500 t0 4,000
cords of wood, the above I will sell cheap
. for cash if sold within a few days: the dif
ferent kinds of wood are: White oak. red and
white elm. irouwood feasswood and tamar
ack. Apply at once to George .E. Cooper,
613 Fourteenth ay. south. Minneapolis, Minu.
. ' ' 306-307
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE and all otner
manuscripts copied perfectly by Anna
C. Drew. Hale block opposite Merchants.
FARMS— Two good farms in Southern
Minnesota for' sale; or will trade for
stock of merchandise; land? adicicing town
of 2.000 inhabitants. James "J. King. 125
First st, .Minneapolis. 306-7
HOUSES, rooms, store* fur sale; easy
terms: or lent. Henry Peterson. St.
Paui Park, Minn. 305-311
HOUSES For Sale— lodging houses in
the heart of the city; this is a chance
in a lifetime: paving big. Address A,
HOUSES— For sale, three houses. 279 st
Anthony a v.; must be -old la ten days;
Very easy terms by Owner. 307-310
I OTS— For sale, two lot:- r.130 feet front),
- corner Dousnian and Yon Minden sts.,
southeast front: two blocks from new bridge;
price very low: terms very easy. R. Grisson,
270 Ramsey st. " 302-310
Lots— We have two lots in Lake Park
addition, near Northern Pacific car
shops, that we will sell at.s4so each; easy
terms. Apply of owners, Shickler „ Wilson,
corner Eagle aud Washington. 296 309
or AND COTTAGE— Wanted to sell, a
fifty-foot lot and cottage, one block
from Bice, on Chailes st. 202 Charles St.
LOTS For sale. 162 lots, tne nicst con-
venient and best located in the market,
two MOCKS from depot and only three blocks
from several manufactories, which will soou
be filled with 500 or 000 operators; price,
$250 and $300; $25 cash, balance 510 per
mouth. Austin S. Fiske, Room 12. Chamber
of Commerce. 249-308
REAL ESTATE for Sale— l nave a great
variety of lots and acres north of St.'
Paul at great bargains and on easy terms. J.
F. Eisenmenger. 472 Rice st 179*
CONSULT Madame Teitsworth. St. Paul's
CON's _LT .Madame Teitsworlh. St Pauls
oldest and best clairvoyant fortune
teller, 402 Minnesota st., between Sixth and
Seventh sts. 302-308
RESSMAKING-Mrs. M. H. -tiflwell
. has reopened her dressmaking rooms,
and would be pleased so see her old custom-
ers, also as many new ancs as may call; good,
first-class work and prices to suit all. Call at
7 West 1 hird St.. second floor. 307-310
ADAM M. LA POKTE— Lotion and
face salve removes freckles, cleanses
the face from dark spots or flesh worms,
softens the skin and improves the complex-
ion. Flesh worms retrieved and face bleached
at 3131 j Jackson st., Room 3, third floor.
For ladies only. 307-313
its] ALICE BAONELL-MaguetlC
healer litres rheumatism, kidney and
liver diseases. 386 Broadway, city. 303-309
MRS. HUNNALD, practical fortune teller;
never fails; scoring eggs a specialty.
73 West Seven st. . '.94-307
THE person who stole the 300 North Belie
A cigars from John Fisher's buggy is
known, and unless they are returned the per
son will be prosecuted. 307
WASTED TO REST.
COTTAGE— A small cottage, four to six
looms, furnished or unfurnished. wanted,
contiguous to street cars; rent not so much a
question as comfort required. EC. Globe.
FURNISHED flats, houses or rooms: cus
tomers waiting. Tall & Co.. 421 Robert
st.. opposite Ryan hotel. 306
HOUSE — Wanted to rent, a small house.
Inquire 581 Blair st. 307
HOUSE— A furnished bouse near street car
line; family of three for winter. Ad
dress 41. Globe. 306 312
ROOMS— Wanted, three or four rooms for
light housekeeping, $12 to $14; good
location: good references. Address C, care
of De Coster & Clark. 307-303
ROOM— a room suitable for club
purposes for twelve gentlemen. Ad
dress LAW. Globe. 306-307
ROOMS— Wanted, two unfurnished rooms
with board, or three for light house
keeping; private family preferred. Address
1) -is, Globe. \ 301-307
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MONEY TO LOAN— SIS and upwards on
l'-L • personal property of any description:
property left ' in your possession. St. Paul
Loan Co., 309*. Jackson St., Rooms land 2.
TO EXCHANGE— HtN black horse and
jump seat top buggy for cheap lot. Ad-
dress 11 26. Globe. 306-307
TO EXCHANGE— WiII take a medium
size rate in exchange for lot. Address
146 East Fourth st.. Room 7. H. &G.
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. •- Ai*€TlO-f SAT.ES.
A. If I. I)oliert-r, Auctioneer.
VALt'Al'Ll' business corner at auction—
I will sell at auction, on the premises,
comer Cook st. and ; Payne ay., on Friday,
Nov. 4. at 3 p. m.. the north fifty feet of lots
1. 2 and 3, in block 0, Arlington Hills addi
tion, together with the improvements, which
consist of a good two-story store and dwell-
ing with fine basement, a good barn, well and
cistern. The property is \ located on Payne
ay., the principal business street of East St.
Paul, inside three blocks of .the street car
line, and should command attention. . It will
be sold positively, as the owner is about to go
to Europe . on a protracted visit. A. M.
Doherty, Commission Auctioneer. 305-308
OI'SKHOLU FIRN'ITLRE at Auction
OCSKHOLU FURNITURE at Auction
—I will sell Friday, Nov. 4, at 10 o'clock
a. m., the furniture at the rooms on Laurel
ay., corner of Mackubin. St., consisting of
kitchen furniture and uteusils,includiugcook
stove and dining room furnishings.bed room
sets, parlor set, easy chair, heating, stoves, a
good organ (10-stop), carpeiings, etc., etc.;
parties desiring to buy should bear this sale
in mind. A. M. Doherly, commission auc
Weber A Fair child. Auctioneer-
FINK KKBIDI-NCK on Ashland ay. at
- Auction, Without Limit or Reserve— We
will sell nt public auction Thursday. Nov. 3,
at 2 p. m., on the premises, the residence at
No. 722 Ashland ay. The lot is 40 feet front
by 120 feet deep, running back to a twenty-
foot alley. The lot is about two feet above
grade: The house is a weil-huilt frame, two
stories, nine room* and bath room and good,
large cellar. This property is situated but
two blocks from the cable line, is surrounded
by neat and comfortable dwellings. This
will always be desirable residence property,
as: it is situated in the finest part of the
city: As above stated, it will be sold
to the highest bona fide bidder, there
being no limit or reserve whatever placed
upon it. The owner has made all arrange-
ments to leave the city and has placed his
property in our hands for the purpose of
making a quick sale. Vacant lots in this
block have sold for $4,000. and we expect
this property, being in so desirable apart of
the city, to bring a fair Drice. but are pre-
pared to sell it at a great sacrifice if com-
Celled to. Attend this sale if you think of
buying a residence on St. Anthony hill, for
you will doubtless be able to obtain a good
bargain. Remember date and hour of sate
—Thursday. Nov. 3. 2 p. m. Terms made
known on day of sale. Weber & Fnirchild,
i .-iiiliiM- A 110110-iay. Auctioneer
101 East Fourth St. .;-
A I'CriON SALE— Great opportunity for
• an investment near Suburban Hills
park on Dayton's Bluff: thirty-six lots in
Mound Park iidditiou; we will sell at auction
on the grounds, Saturday, Nov. 5. at 2:30
p. m., thirty beautiful residence lots in
above addition, situated on Burns avenue
and Thorn stteet. Mound Park, as that name
implies, is located close by the recently lo
cated park in Suburban Hills addition: it is
covcied with elegant shade trees, and in fact
is the cream of Suburban Hills addition;
this property is beautifully elevated, afford-
ing the same picturesque views of bluff and
river below the city which will make Mound
ParM)s"»lf all interesting and famous resort
___ ilfe tVitem of boulevards leading to the
park itself have received the attention which
iheirjraa__tancc will demand: lots located
as these are will command prices which to
be named' now would seem to be fabulous,
and we take great pleasure In recommending
this as a first-class Investment; to find this
property go out Mound meet to Burns aye-
nue, out Burns avenue five brocks and you
will see our sign on the properly that we will
sell en that day. It will be "sold without
limit : the terms are one-fourth cash, balance
in one, two and three years; take a drive out
and look it over carefully and you will surely
attend the sale. Free hacks will leave our
office for the grounds on day of sale at 2
o'clock p. m. sharp. Fullihee & Holloway,
Auctioneers, 101 East Fourth St., Oerman
American Bank Building. 905-300
UCTION— 2">O feet on West Seventh St.,
the end of street railway, will be
near the end of street railway, will be
sold at auction. Wednesday, Nov. !>. at 2:30
p. m: look this up; a snap for some one; the
owner leaves the city on account of ill
health; it must be sold. Fallihee „ Hollo-
wly, auctioneers, 101 East Fourth St., Gem
-American Bank building. 307
ALLIHEE St HOLLOWAY, real es-
ALLIHEE St HOLLOWAY, real es
tate and commission auctioneers, 101
East Fourth St., buy and sell merchandise,
household goods of all kinds, or buy bank-
rupt stocks for cash or sell the same on com-
mission on favorable terms. 204*
A. 11. Nicolay, Auctioneer.
ST. ANTHONY HILL— Two neat houses
and lots on Hague ay., near Dale st. and
Cable Line plan., at Auction— A. H. Nicolay
will sell at miction, to the highest bldder,Sat-
I'.iiiiy. Nov. 5, 1837, ill the afternoon, at 3
o'clock p. m. sharp, rain or shine, on the
premises, No. 629 and 031 Hague ay., within
sixty feet/of the corner of Dale St., between
Dale and St. Albans sts., two good and neat
dwelling houses, with a barn on the rear. The
lot is sixty feet front, south facing, known
as lot No. 28. and west one-half of lot No.
29, block 5, Holcombe's addition to St. Paul;
the ground alone, without the houses, is
worth at least $7,500, owing to its close prox
imity to the St. Anthony hill cable line plant,
now rapidly progressing toward completion.
thereby enhancing the value of this valuable
property 100 to 200 per cent. The location
is all that can be desired for residence pur-
poses, with stores, churches and schools in
the immediate vicinity of this valuable resi
dence property ; lor a reliable and profitable
investment this sale offers unusual induce-
ments, second to no other location in St.
Paul. Remember the sale will take place
Saturday afternoon, November 5, 1887, on
the premises. 029 and 031 Hague ay., near
Dale St.. rain or shine, to the highest bidder.
In case of storm the sale will be made inside
of one of the houses. Terms liberal, to be
made known at time of sale: further particu
lars can be obtained at the Nicolay Real Es
tate Exchange, No. 110 East Fourth St., op-
posite National Oerman American Bank, A.
11. Nicolay. real estate auctioneer. Our real
estate auciiou sale No. 12.740. 307
Wall _. Parker. ________
ON FOKciKT to attend the auction
sale of those two six-roomed houses one
block on the hill from Annapolis st. depot,
Saturday, Nov. 5, at 3p. m. all A Paiker,
auctioned?; . 307
Changes of Street Grades.
Changes of Street Grades.
-..' ' . !i . •-! ii - :
City Clerk's Office, I
City Clerk's Office, )
St. Pall, Minn, Oct, 13, -387. )
Notice is hereby given that the Com-
mon Council, at its meeting to be held on
Tuesday, the. 15th day of November, A.
D. 1887. at 7:30 p. m., at the Council
Chamber, in the City Hall, will consider
and may order a change of grade on the
following streets, between the points
named, to-wit: .
From Seventh street to Truxton street,
As reported upon by the Board of Pub-
lie Works under date of July 21, ISB7,
which said report was adopted by said
Common Council, July 21, 1857.
; MINNESOTA STREET,
Between Eighth street and Summit aye-
:-. nue east,
As reported upon by. the Board of Pub-
lie Works under date of September 8,
1887, which said report was adopted by
said Common Council, October 4, 1587.
- SUMMIT AVENUE EAST,
Prom Robert street to Cedar street,
As reported upon by the Board of Pub-
lie Works under date of September 8.
1887. which said report was adopted by
said Common Council, October 4, 1887. '
AH in accordance with and as mdi
cated by the red lines on the profiles
thereof, and a* reported upon as being
necessary and proper by the Board of
Public Works of said city under dates
above mentioned, and which said reports
were adopted by said Common Council
of the city of St. Paul, at its meetings
held on the dates above mentioned.
The profiles indicating the proposed
changes are on file and can be seen at
By order of the Common Council.
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, -_
octl3-4w-mon&thu s; o.v City Clerk.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The firm of Beaupre, Keogh & Co.,
The firm of Beaupre,: Keogh & Co.,
composed of Bruno Beaupre, Frank
Keogh and John F. Broderick, is dis-
solved. Bruno Beaupiie,
Frank Keogh, . -
- John F. Broderick.
Nov 15-57. -..I.'-':.- " :.}-.
Bruno Beaupre, Frank Keogh and
James 84. Davis have become partners,
under the firm name of Beaupre,- Kco_lt
& Davis, and tinder that firm name will
continue the business of the late firm of
Beaupre. Keogh & Co.
--, :-~~-~£Frax_;Xeoch, "..-_,,
James M. Davis.
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Hop Bitters is not, in any sense, an
Hop Bitters is not, in any sense, an
alcoholic beverage or liquor, and could
not be sold for use except to persons
desirous of obtaining medicinal bitters.
-;*: GREEN B. RAUM,
U. S.'Comm'r Internal Rev.
Washington. 1). C, Sept. 24, 1554.
i Dear Sir— don't you tret a certifi
cate from Col. W. 11. W., of" Baltimore,
showing how he cured himself of drunk-
enness by the help of Hop Bitters? His
is a wonderful case. He is well known
in Rochester, N. V., by all the drinking
people there. He is known in this city,
Cincinnati. New Orleans, New York; in
fact all over the country,*- he has spent
thousands of dollars for rum. I honestly
believe his card would be worth thou-
sands of dollars to you in this city and
Baltimore alone, and make thousands
of sober men by inducing the use of
your bitters. j. a. W.
"Eleven years our (laughter suffered
on a bed of misery under the care of
several of the best physicians, who gave
her disease various names but no relief,
and now she is restored to us in good
health by Hop Bitters, that -we had
poohed at two years before using it. We
earnestly hope and pray that no one
else will let their sick suffer as we did,
on account of prejudice against so good
a medicine as Hop Bitters.— The Par-
ents— Good Templars. "
Milton, Del., Feb. 10, 18S6.
Having used Hop Bitters, the noted
remedy lor debility, nervousness, mdi
gestion. etc., 1 have no hesitation in say-
ing that it is indeed an excellent mcdi-
cine and recommend it to any one as a
truly tonic bitters. Kespectt'ullv.
Rev. -Ins. J. H. ELLGOOD.
Scipio. X. V., Dec. 1, ISB4.
1 am the pastor of the. Baptist church
here and an educated physician. I am
not in practice, but am niy sole family
physician, and advise in chronic cases.
Over a year ago I recommended your
Hop Bitters to my invalid wife, who has
been under medical treatment of Al
bany's best physicians several years.
I She has been "greatly benefited and
still uses the medicine. I believe she
will become thoroughly cured of her
various complicated diseases by their
use. We both recommend them to our
friends, many of whom have also been
cured of their various ailments by them.
Rev. E. K. WARREN.
Cured or Drinking.
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prostrated his system that he was un-
able to do any business. lie was en-
tirely cured by the use of Hop Bitters.
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years, and has no desire to return to his
cups, and 1 know of a number of others
that have been cured of drinking by it."
From a leading R. B. Official, Chicago,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
"North St. Paul Electric Light and
We, the undersigned, do hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of form-
ing, creating and organizing a corporation
pursuant to the provisions of ail act relating
to manufacturing corporations, approved
March 7, 1873, General Laws of the State of
Minnesota, 187-, chapter 11, and the several
acts amendatory thereof, and for that pur-
pose do hereby adopt and sign the following
articles of incorporation, viz:
First— name of said corporation is and
shail he "North St. Paul Electric Light and
Power Company." :'• •
The general nature of the business of said
corporation shall be to manufacture, supply,
distiibnte and sell electricity for the purpose
of furnishing light, heat or motive power,
and the principal place of transacting said
business shall be at St. Paul, county of Ram-
sey, state of Minnesota/
Second The time of commencement of
said corporation shall be on the _7th day of
October, A. 11, 1887, and said corporatiou
shall continue for the period of thirty (30)
years from and after said date.
Third— amount of capital stock of
said corporation shall be one hundred thou-
sand ($100,000) dollars, and the same shall
be classified in such manner as the board of
directors may direct, and shall be paid in,
when, as, in such manner and in such
amounts as the board of directors may by
resolution from time to time require.
Fourth The highest amount of indebted-
ness or liability to which such corporation
shall at any time be subject is fifty thousand
Fifth— The names and places of residence
of the persons forming this association for
corporation are us follows: Edward K. Oil-
man, residing at St. Paul, Minu. ; Frank IV.
M. Cutcheon, residing at St. Paul, Minn.:
Charles A. Daigh, residing nt St. Paul, Minn.,
and Harry W. Turner, residing at St. Paul,
Sixth— The government of the corporation
and tbe management of its affairs shall be
vested in a board of directors and such per-
sous under them as they may from time to
time select or appoint.
Said board of directors shall consist of not
less than three or more than seven, and
shall be chosen from and by the stockholders
of said corporation at the annual meeting
thereof, to be held on the second Monday iv
Novembee of each year, and shall hold office
for one year or until their successors shall be
elected aud qualified.
The number which shall constitute the
board of directors for the ensuing year shall
be determined by the corporation at each
annual meeting electing such board before
The first annual meeting of this corpora-
tion shall be held on the second Monday in
November, A. li. 1887.
The directors shall in each year immedi
ately after their election organize and elect a
president, vice president, secretary and
treasurer, who shall be the officers of the
corporation and who shall hold their offices
for such period and shall perform such dv-
ties and shall have such powers as the by-
laws of the corporation shall prescribe,' all
of whom shall be chosen from the board of
directors; and any two of such offices, ex-
cept those of president and vice president,
may be held by the same person.
The names of the first board of directors
of the said corporation are: Edward B. Oil-
man, Charles A. Daigli and Harry W. Turner,
nud the first officers of the corporation shall
be Edward R. Oilman, president of said cor-
porations Harry W. Turner, ' vice president:
and Charles A. Daigh, secretary and treasurer.
And said directors ana officers shall bold
their offices until the first annual meeting of
said corporation and until their successors
are elected and qualified.
Seventh The number of shares of tho
capital stock of the said North St. Paul Elec-
trie Light and Power company shall be two
thousand of (he par value of fifty dollars
(J5O) each. . '
In witness whereof we have. hereunto set
our hands and seals Ibis 21st day of October,
EDWARD R. GILMAN, [Sea!.]
FRANK W. M. CUTCHEON, Seal.]
CHARLES A. DAIGH. Seal.l
H. W. TURNER. . [Seal 1
I d presence of ."so. G. Dresser,
William- A. Dresser.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. »
County op Ramsey, ("•
Ou this day, 2lsl of October, A. D. 1357,
before me, a notary public iv : aud for said
county aud state, "personally appeared Ed-
ward R. Oilman, Frank IV." M. Cutcheon,
Harry W. Turner aud Charles A. Daigh. to
me known to be the identical persons de-
scribed in and who executed - the foregoing
articles- of incorporation of the "North St.
Paul Electric Light and Power company."
aud each acknowledged that be executed the
same as bis free act and deed.
WILLIAM A. DRESSER,
-Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. I
.--..■ County op Ramsey, >«.
Office or the Register op Dekds. )
This Is to certify that the within Instrtime-t
was filed for record In this office, at St. Paul.
on the 27th day of October, A. D. 1537. at
11 o'clock a. m., and that the same was
duly recorded In Book C of I_c-rpnraU~u«,
pages 450and431; - M. J. BELL,
Register of Djeds.
By C. J. Williams, Deputy. •
STATE OF MINNESOTA, I
Department op State, (
I hereby certify that the within iustrumsn!
was tiled for record In this office on the 2P:h
day cf October. A. D. 1887. at 2 o'clock
p. m . and »•« duly recorded in Boy.- Tof
Incorporations, on pages 1-10, 150. 151.
307. Secretary of State.
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