ST. PAUL WANTS.
Wants on this page will be inserted under
Hassified headings according to the following
TABLE OF RATES.
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10 words .16 .28 .40 .52 .64 .76 .83
17 words .17 .30 .43 .50 .69 .82 .95
18 words .18 .32 .40 .00 .74 .88 1.01
19 words- .1!) .34 .4!) .64 .79 .94 1.08
2< i words .'2O .35 .50 .65 .80 .95 1.10
21 words .-Jl .37 .53 .69 .85 1.01 1.17
22 words .22 .3!) .56 .73 .90 1.07 1.24
23 words .23 .4.1 59 .77 .95 1.13 1.31
24 words .'_'4 .42 .00 .78 .00 1.14 1.32
25 words .■_'."> .44 .63 .82 1.011.20
26 words .110 .40 .00 .86 1.061.26 1.46
27 words .27 .18 .69 .90 1.111.32 1.53
28 words 28| .49 .7(1 .91 1.12 1.33 1.54
29 words .291.51 .73 .9."> 1.17 1.39 1.61
30 words .3( .53 .70 .!)<( 1.22 1.45 1.65
31 words .31 .5.5 .79 1.03 1.27 1.01 1.78
32 words .32 .56 .80 1.'.»4 1.28 1.52 1.76
33 words .33 .58 .83 1.08 1.33 1.58 1.80
34 words .34 .60 .86 1.12 1.38 1.68 1.90
35 words .35 .02 1.10 1.70 1.97
36 words .30 .03 .'JO 1.17 1.44 1.71 1.08
37 words .37 .65 .93 1.21 1.49 1.77 2.05
38 words! .38 .67 .96 1.25 1.54 1.83 2.12
39 wordsj .89 .69 .99 1.-9 1.59 1.89 2.19
40 words .40 .7o 1.00 1.30 1.60 1.90 2.26
41 words .41 .72 1.03 1.34 1.05 1.90 2.27
42 words .42 .74 1.00 1.38 1.70 2.02 2.30
43 words .43 .76 1.09 1.42 1.75 2.08 2.41
44 words) .44 .77 1.10 1.43 1.76 2.09 2.42
45 wonts .45 .79 1.13 1.47 1.81 2.15 2.49
46 words .46 .81 1.16 1.51 1.86 2.21 2.56
47 words .47 .83 1.19 1.55 .91 2.27 2.63
48 words .48 .84 1.211 1.56 1.92 2.28 2.64
49 words .49 .80 1.23 1.00 1.97 2.34 2.71
50 words. .50 .88 1.2011.04 2.02 2.40 2.78
Compound words count two words, and
abbreviations count the same as full words.
In Every Case the Money Must Accom
pany the Order.
GENTS— Wanted, at 479 Wabnsha st.,
XI agents to sell in st. Paul and Minneapo
lis the Plnmmer reclining and hammock
chairs: the cheapest and best chair made ;
pood pay for workers. 204-208
AGENTS making less than $5 a day, call
at Room 17, 430 Wabnsha, corner Sev
enih st. 202-209
AH ENT.S— Experienced agents wanted
The Continental Savings, Loan and
Building Co., Room -8 Nat. Ger.-Am. Bank
Building, J 202-208
AGENTS— Wauled, good men in every >
city that lias Rater works; tae greatest
success of the age ; our men are making S5
to sß per day; general agents wanted for
lowa, Wisconsin and Dakota; if you have a
little capital and good worker you can clear
fl, ooo before snow flies: one general agent
made $150 in two weeks; two-cent stamp for I
terms. Room 123, Cumberland block, St.
PICTI RE— St. Paul Picture Frame iac
tory: nil kinds of pictures and frames;
cheap framing. 39 West Third st 143 320
COOL dining room— The cleanest
and coolest dining room in the city;
good meals for 15c,' 20c, 25c and upwards;
Dieals Ml nil hours; open from 0 a. in. to 12
p.m. Bridges', 4 14 Jackson st. 204-10
BARKER— Wanted, a good barber, at 184
Concord St., West St. Paul ; good wages.
BARBER— Wanted, a good barber; must
be a good cornet or clarionet player;
pood salary and steady work at once. Ad
dress S. A. Riches. Hastings. Minn. 204-205
BARHKK.S wanted to call of evenings
after Bp. m. this week, -i 7B Cedar st.,
and look at 300 extra fine fresh con
caved and ready for use: nlso thirty clippers
from $1 up; shears from 50 cents tip: these
are first-class goods, that are sold for charges;
don't fail to see them; mail orders filled. W.
& Co. • 203-5
BRICK LAYERS— lirst-ela.ss brick
layers wanted, corner Exchange and St.
Peter st. A. J. Ilobiin. 201-6
BOOK AGENTS— Ten book agents lor
-D St. Paul, ten for Minneapolis; something
new; the most salable book before the pub
lic; Dig commission to agents. (V.li on E. L.
Chapin, 798 East Seventh st., between 9 and
32 o'clock a. m.'; agents for every county and
town in stale. 204-210
OOKKEEI'ERS AND CLERKSHIP—
BOOKKi; EPERS AM) CLERKSHIP—
Positions secured for competent men.
Bee Hive Enterprise. Seventh and Robert.
BOY— Wanted, a boy fit 100 East Third
■st. - : ' 205
AMP COOKS WANTED — Places
open near city; call to-day. Bee Hive
Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 205
IIORl: Wanted, boy of 15 or 16
to take care of two horses and make him
self useful. Call 14 West Third Bt. immedi
CLERK— Wanted, a registered drug clerk;
J single man preferred. Apply to J. L.
Crawford. West Duluth. Minn. ' 205-209
COOK— Wanted, a first-class cook whocan
do meat and pastry, in a small hotel;
pood wages will be paid to a good, sober, in
dustrious, agreeable man or woman. Address
Lake View House, Phillips, Wis. 2(»2-8
DO YOU want work? If so, call at the Bee
Hive Enterprise, seventh and Robert.
•HOTEL WAITERS— First-class places
n open at lakes and Minneapolis. Bee
Hive Enterprise. Seventh and Robert. 205
JANITORS AND WATCHMEN—Situa
tions procured for steady men. Bee Hive
Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 205
I'T'ICE MAN— With small capital; refer
ence not necessary. Bee Hive Enter
prise, Seventh and Robert. 205
LASTERERS— Wanted, twenty plaster
ers; apply at corner of Oak u"iid Ninth.
Hardt & Ililger. 204-5
SALESMEN— We wish a few men to sell
our goods by sain pie to the wholesale and
retail trade on salary; largest manufacturers
in our line; inclose 2c stamp; wages, S3 per
day; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc Centennial Man
ufacturing Company, Cincinnati, O. 204
TONKCUTTEKS— Union men— Ten first
class stonecutters wanted. Apply to
Fred Andress & Co., Canal st., Milwaukee,
TAILOR— Wanted, a tailor to make full
suits; good pay for a first-class worker.
Address E. Rischard, Wahpetoii. Dak. 205-08
rpLKNER AND I<'ITTEIV-'-\\ first-
J. class turner and fitter; first-class pay,
Fteady job. Slater & Riley, Horseshoers, 05
East Fourth st. " 202-208
ANTED— Agents to handle the new pat
ent chemical Ink erasing pencil ; greatest
novelty ever produced: erases Ink in two
seconds; no abrasion of paper: 200 to 500
per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted
to 5620 iii six days; another $32 in two
hours; territory absolutely free; salary to
good men; no Indies need answer; sample.
35 cents. For terms and full particulars, ad
dress the manufacturers, J. W. Skinner &
Co., Onalaska. Wis. 203-7
W~ ANTED— Five good lathers by the Ger
man Catholic Employment office, No.
339 West Seventh st. " 205
UJ ANTED — Five traveling salesmen;
»»' salary and expenses; no experience
necessary. Address, with stamp. L. 11. Linn
& Co., La Crosse, Wis. 190-209
WOULD like to hire two good men and
teams to go in the country to gather
cream: 217 Eighth. 205
CLARET WINES— For sale, line claret
wines; I have 20 barrels (about 1.000
gf- lions) of excellent table claret, which I
will sell cheap for cash; the wine is old and
pure; will send samples if desired. Address
V. 92. Globe. 204-6'
COW— For sale, good, gentle cow; will give
two gallons a day; for S2O. 205
ED A R POLES— For sale, cedar poles
w nud posts. M. F. Showcll, Kimberly.
ENGLISH SETTERS— For sale. English
Setters: best of pedigree. E.Edmunds,
14 West Third st. 204-200
•puRNITURE— For sale, all of the furni
i- ture In a completely furnished seven
room house: furniture bought .new last De
cember; will be sold at a sacrifice, if taken
inside six days; furniture can be seen at 190
Dousman st. any hour. ' 199-205
OOD GASOLINE STOVES— Plenty
more at 10 per cent off retail prices at
our warehouse, 389 East Third. Pruden
Btove Company. 200-212
piANO— For sale or exchange, Hallet &
X Davis square piano in good order. 870
Clark st 202-208
PLANS— For sale, a lot of building plans
and office railing. Inquire Room 35,
Manuheimer Block. '. 202-05
POOL TA ULE- Brunswick & Balke maKe,
i- cheap for cash or on time; also fine
marble soda fountain, with silver-plated
trimmings. J. D. Okes, 156 East Third st.
UP— For sale, Irish water spaniel bitch
pup. five mouths, with good pedigree.
Apply at -J7S Cedar st.. Wilson. 204-06
WASTED TO BEST.
ROOMS— two or three furnished
rooms for small family; light house
keeping. Call 14, 16, 18 East Seventh st.
/CHAMBERMAIDS— Two for Idaho. $25
v> per month; free fare. Bee Hive Enter
prise. Seventh and Robert. 205
COOK and one strong girl to wash dishes.
v^ 453 Waconta st. 204-5
COOK— Wanted, an experienced cook at
240 Dayton ay. 205-211
COOK— Wanted immediately, a competent
cook in large boarding house. 262 Bel
by ay. 201*
COOKS— good cooks at good wages;
call to-day. Bee Hive Enterprise, Sev
enth aod Robert. '-05
INING-KOOM GlßL— Wanted, 11 good,
■ smßrt dining-room girl and chamber
maid. 202 Selby ay. 200*
DINING ROOM GIRL, dishwasher and
laundress at Albion Cafe, 161 and 163
Western ay., corner Selby; good wages to
competent help. 201-5
FOUR hotel girls, Bay field; two at S2O
near Duluth; houseworker. West, $25.
Douglass. Intelligence, 35 seventh. 205
GIRLS— Good places always on hand for
housework, etc. Bee Hive Enterprise,
Seventh and Robert 205
GiOOD Swedish and Norwegian servant
I girls at the Scandinavian Intelligence
and Advertising Bureau. 505-507 Washing
ton ay. south, Minneapolis. -..- ■;• ■ 204-6
VI OUSEWORK — Wanted, bright, intelli
xl. gent ana steady girl; light housework in
American family; American girl preferred.
1601 Stevens ay., Minneapolis. 205
OUSEWOKK- Wanted, good,>tout girl
for general housework; none other need
apply. 212 Pleasant ay. _J 205
OUSEWORK— girl about fif-
XX teen or sixteen to make herself gen
erally useful. Call at 368 Pleasant ay. 205
II OITHEWORK— Wanted, good girl. for
lj housework in small family. 26" Ram
sey st. 204-206
OUSKWORK— good girl for
general housework. 578 Rondo st. '
HOUSEWORK— once, girl who thor
oughly understands general housework.
17 Wilkin st. 205
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a neat German
girl for general housework. 738 Hud
son ay. 204-09
TJ OUSEWORK— Wanted, strong, experi
fx encad girl for general housework. 30
East Isabel St.. West side. " . : 204-206
OUSKWORk-Wanted, a good girl tor
general housework: German. preferred;
must understand plain cooking. . 271 Louis
st., corner Iglehart. 205-6
WORK— Wanted at once, a good
girl for general housework, at White
Bear lake. Inquire at 214 Pearl St., St. Paul.
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work at 07 Central aye, west. - Call
mornings, 9 to 12. 204-206
KITCHEN WORK— Wanted, n good girl
tor kitchen work; at. 137 East Ninth st.
' 205 . . .
SEWING GIRLS— Good wages for plain
sewers. Bee Hive Enterprise, Seventh
and Robert. ■'■..•■•.■ '- 205
\\i ANTED— Ladies to make agents' sam-
VV pies at their homes: $15 per week
easily made. Call ' Room 17, 430 Wabasha,
corner Seventh st. 202-209
WANTED— Ladies to travel and teach our
new art embroidery work ; lots ■' of
money in it. Call room 17, 430 Wabasha,
corner Seventh st. - 202-209
— MONEY is loaned by us on improved
• real estate security in St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Duluth nt 6, 6V2, 7. ~Vt per cent,
on shortest notice for any amount.. R. M.
Newport & Son, ' investment bankers, 152,
153 and 154 Drake block. St. Paul. ; .73*
AT LOWRATE.loanson horses,- furniture
pianos, diamonds, or any article of
value. Mutual Loan and Invesment • com
pany, room 2, 301)1,2 Jackson st. 155*
A MERICAN MORTGAGE LOAN COM-
A pany loans money in any amount at
lowest rates on furniture, horses, pianos,
commercial paper, jewelry and all kinds of
personal property without removal from
house; loans made without delay and can be
paid up in small amounts.. Room. 7, . First
National Hank Building. ... .. .... - 137"
CASH READY, no red tape, to loan on.St.
Paul improved or unimproved real es
tate: have $50,000 for loans. A. B. Wilgus
& Co. 202-211
DKMING loans on pianos and furniture:
charges the lowest. 71 Court block, 24
East Fourth st. •■■■■ 202-207
FARM AND CITY LOANS, 6, 7 and >
per cent; mortgages and school and
county bonds bought. W. F. Carroll. 44
Conrt'block. .' ■ ' 33;»
MONEY LOANED by 11. R. Hunt & Co..
34 East Third st., room ■ 1, on furniture,
pianos, horses, carriages, etc.; also on ware
house receipts, diamonds, watches and sil
verware; private room for ladies; all business
strictly confidential, . - - . 295* .
ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per
sonal property, household furniture,
horses, etc. : also, on diamonds and jewelry ;
commercial paper discounted. Security
Loan Co., 325 Jackson st. J. E. Flanigau,
MONEY LOANED on household furni
ture, pianos, horses and carriages, etc.
without removal; also on diamonds and gold
watches, etc. J. W. Edsall & Co., 117 East
Fourth st. ; 32*
MONEY TO LOAN by Lawton Bros.. 405
Jackson st. and 175 Dakota ay; have
on hand $7,000 at 6 per cent, on Improved
M~~ INNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN
Company— money on furniture,
pianos, horses and wagon-, in any amount,
without removal from owners' possessions;
also on warehouse receipts, i bank stocks,
real estate or any property of value notes
discounted; partial payments received, and
your own time grunted* for payment; node
lay; money on hand and furnished imme
diately after security is approved. J. S.
Mackey, manager. Rooms 13 and 14, First
National bank building, St. Paul, and Room
7, Mackey-Legg block, Minneapolis. 152*
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE—
§400. 81,200, $3,500 AND OTHER SUMS
TO SUIT AP.P CANTS. RUSH B.
WHEELER. 49 GKK.-AM. BAMC. 192*
WF. MOIUTZ. 110 EAST FOURTH
• — Mortgnge loans made promptly; (>,
7 and 8 tier cent; mortgages bought. 201*
M. N. VIGUKRS tic CO., 41 KANT
Fourth St., corner Cedar— o, 7 and
3 per cent money on hand for vacant or
imfrovkd keal estate loans ; partial pat
ments CAN RE made on THE principal; fur
chase monet MORTGAGES, bonds and stocks
BOUGHT AtCli SOLD. l'J'-J*
KEAJL. ESTATE FOR SAEE.
Miscellaneous City List. .
SURK and read A. B. Wilgns & Co.'s
a<i't nbout houses for sale on monthly
payments ou St. Anthony Hill; choice loca
tion; all conveniences. A. B. Wilgus & Co.,
351 Jackson. 202-6
CHEAPEST LOTS in the city ; 30 |lots on
V> Charles, Edmund and Thomas sts.
from $500 on easy terms, 7 per cent interest;
streets graded. Call on Richard Leffman,
308 Jackson st. Lewis H. Haas, 136 East
Fourth st. ■ . 202-8
OK SALE— At Barnum, 10'J miles on
Duluth road Irom St. Paul, seven-room
house, with over an acre of laud, bam, hen
house and chicken park, large strawberry
bed, weh and cistern, household goods, gar
den utensils, 2 cows, 2 heifers, 25 hens; title
to property good ; a nice little house, and can
be bought cheap, part cash and part on time,
as owner is sick and must leave the state.
For particulars see Griggs & Co., 190 East
Fifth St., St. Paul. 202-206
OK SALE— I,BOO acres of land on the
Vermillion range ; will exchange for St.
Paul vacant property. Address L S3, Globe.
FOX SALK OK EXCHANGE— Cheap;
lot on Chicago ay. near State st. ; also
160 acres near Huron, Dak. Call 44 Court
I block. 195-20S
FOX SALE— One and five-acre lots for res
idence or market gardens on the Bur
lington road, near St. Paul Park, by Odin G.
Clay & Co., Globe Building. 195-2 -4
HOUSE AND LOT— For sale cheap, nice
house and lot, No. 7 Page St., near Goff
; uv.. West St. Paul. 202-208
AMKI)- LABORING BEEN to build
houses in Leffmaun & Haas' new ad
dition; lots on Charles, Edmund and
Thomas streets, nicely situated: streets
graded; to those who wish to build on the
easiest possible terms, 7 per cent interest.
For particulars call at Richard Leffmaun's
office, 358 Jackson st. ; Louis H. Haas' office,
136 East Fourth st. 202-208
(ginn- HUNDRED DOLLARS
«3>IUU Bonus— $100 —To each of the
first six parties who will purchase lots in our
new addition on Charles, Edmund and
Thomas sts. who will agree to build at once ;
prices for lots are lower than anything ad
joining can be had, ranging for lots on graded
streets from $500 upwards; the intention is
to get a number of people to buila at once,
and in return we will give them, when their
house is finished, a present of §100 in cash.
For particulars call on Richard Leffmann,
358 Jackson st. ; Louis H. Haas, 136 East
Fourth st. 202-208
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR permanently de
stroyed by electrolysis. Mrs. Baldwin,
successor to Mrs. Blake, room 20, Mannheim
er block, every afternoon. ' 185-215
/M_ -ehnnts known to have no Hies on
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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOEJ .; v. IXSEeBAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1889.
PPRENTICE-A young German boy,
nineteen years old, wants to learn a
mechanical business in machine shop. Ad
dress G 91, Globe. 6
BAKER— A Swedish boy with three years'
experience as baker in Sweden wants a
situation. Address Carl P. Wahistrom, 59
Western aye. 7
ARTENDER— situation wanted by a
competent bartender; a steady place in
city or country wanted. Address B. Barny,
547 Wacouta st., St. Paul. Minn. j.
BOOKKEEPER— Competent and experi
enced, refers to leading firms, wishes to
arrange with a wholesale house. Address
Accountant, Room 20. Uuion block, city. 1
IJOOKKEEPER- Wanted, a situation as
13 bookkeeper and office clerk or sales
man by a young man, recently trom Balti
more, where he has been engaged three years
in the wholesale flour trade; St. Paul refer
ences. Address E 84, Globe. 1
BOOKKEEPER— Man with nineteen
years' experience in lumber, wants to
make an engagement with lumber firm ; first
class bookkeeper, office and yard man. Ad
dress H 83, Globe. 5
DOOKKEEPING— Work evenings by a
-D fine penman, bookkeeping or copying:
A 1 reference. Address F 84, Globe. 6
BOOKKEEPING— opened, closed,
posted, expert work. etc. P. Sprague,
room 252, Drake block. St. Paul. 122*
CLKRR — Wanted, situation in general
v-^ store; six years" experience; German:
speaks good English: references good. Ad
dress Box 211, Shakopee. Minn. . ..-• 3
(?lOACH3I AN— Situation wanted by a first-
V' class man ; life time experience : best of
city references. Address V 88, Globe.- .-!,
--/^"IOACHMAN wants situation in private
v> family: can give best of references. Ad
dress T 79, Globe. . ".' 1
pOACHMAN- as coach-
V-^ man in private family. Address J. iB..
568 Beaumont st. . • -3
( COACHMAN- Situation wanted by young *
v^ man as coachman or to drive delivery
wagon; good city reference. Address John
P. Peterson, 354 Jackson St., city. '. '■'. ' 3
pOACHMAS-A young man would like
>— ' to get a position iiscoachman; perfectly
steady and reliable and understands his busi
ness Thoroughly, and A 1 references to show.
Address X 80, Globe. -6
COACHMAN— An experienced man, ac
w quainted with the city, wants situation
in a private family. A. X., 341 West Third
st. '__^ 5
/"^OLLECTOR— An energetic, reliable man,
V> who owns rig, would like a position as
collector or city salesman ; best of references.
Address V 87, Globe. . , . 1
COMPOSITOR— A young printer wants
situation, either country or city. Q, 97,
Globe. . , ..--.' . ... . . 4
COOK— Hotel cook, meat and pastry,
J wants situation by Aug. 15; only hotel;
no private boarding house nee"d apply. 513
Jackson St., city. 3
COOK— Situation by competent man cook; '
strictly temperate; good reference. Ad-
V 88, Globe. • ' • " 1
COOK— Situation wanted by a first-class
cook ; strictly temperate. Address N 87,
Globe. ' 7
COOK— Situation wanted by a competent
hotel cook; pood references; wanted a
steady position; city or country. Address
W. 8., 547 Wacouta St., St. Paul. 7
DELIVERY CLERK — Wanted, by a
middle aged man, a position at deliv
ering: have my own rig. For further par
ticulars call or address 850 Payne aye. 7
DRIVER— wants a place driving a
wagon or in a store: good references in \
both. Address Q 79, Globe. 4
. C'NGINEKR— Twenty-three years' expe
-Ei rience, wants position. Call or address.
274 East Seventh st. .. . .: : ; 5
PJII'LOVMEST- A place by ; a young
Xj American to work; understands the
care ot horses. Address W. ])., Globe. 7
EMPLOYMENT- Situation wanted by a
jlj married man; is well acquainted with
hardware: speaks German; best of refer
ences. 685 Wabasha st. ':_"■■ I 1
MPLOVHKNT- Situation wanted By
J-J married man in wholesale house, store
or hotel; speaks different languages. Ad
dress M. J., Globe. 5
CJII'LOYMEXT — Good German boy
■'* wants work of any kind; can talk Ger
l. m, English and Polish; seventeen years
old. 697 Charles st. ■ ' • 6
EMPLOYMENT— A Swede man wishes
work of any kind: has got references. "
Address Gustafson, 003 York st. ■ 5
T^MI'LOY.MENT— Want a position in liv-
X-i cry stable or to work on farm. Address
V 80. Globe. . -• ■- 5
FIREMAN— Situation wanted as fireman',
for stationary engine after Aug. 1 ; have '
had experience; references. Frank Bishop,
229V2 West Seventh St., St. Paul. . 1
NURSE— A male nurse of fifteen years 1 ex
perience wants a situation; • best refer
ences for doctors and hospitals at day and
night nursing. Call at 575 Lafayette aye.,
OFFICE BOY— intelligent boy
wants position In some business office;
est references. Address 154 Western ay. 6
DLUMBER— Wanted, by a boy eighteen
X years old to learn the plumber trade, or
any other work. Francis Maedonald, 1101
North Second st., Stillwater, Minn. . '•■ ■ : 4
PRINTER— Situation wanted by practical
-L printer; one year's experience; very best
references. Box Z, Bird Island, Minn. 205-00
SALESMAN— Man well acquainted with
i streets, and good salesman, wants a po
sition as salesman or collector with some
good house. Address ÜBl. Globe. 1
QITUATION— Wanted, by a boy seventeen
O years old. a situation in an office; salary
not as much of an object as the education.
Address M 55. Globe. 7
SITUATION wanted by a young man with
O best of references; graduated from high
school course this year. Address Wm. Furst.
566 St. Peter st. 3
OTENOGRAPHER— Wanted, a position
£3 as stenographer and typewriter or bill
clerk by a young man ; has had several
months'" experience. Address H 88, Globe. 1
SURVEYOR — wants situation
O as assistant; has served three years' ar
ticleship; qualified in surveying; leveling
and draughtsmanship. Address 5 1 Jackson
'■PKAMSTER-A young man would like to
X take rare buggy team ; understands hi
business thoroughly, and has best of refer
ence to show on application. Address X 85.
WANTED— A situation by a man willing
to make himself generally useful;
would not object to farm work. John Stan
hope, 568 Vermont st. . ■ ■ -- 3
ATCHMAN— Wanted, position by a
young man as night watchman or fire
man. Address N 83, Globe. 4
DR. MEADE, phrenologist; consultation
free; satisfaction or no charge. Office,
27 East Seventh st. 202-200
jl/l ADAME ROLAND tells your past and
1»1 future ; gives advice on business and
family troubles: also magnetic treatment and
baths. Room 24, 27 East Seventh st. 205-207
ME. EASTBACH, clairvoyant: reiia
ble information to those in trouble;
gives points on business; also massage ana
magnetic treatment for rheumatism, paraly
sis and nervousness. Room 3, 151V2 East
Seventh St.: hours, from 9 a. m.to 8 p. m..
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. 203-9
rpHE PERSON who took Mr. Russell's
-L photo from the frame at the People's
theater will be given forty-eight hours to re
turn the same, or they will be prosecuted and
the name published. • 204-5
I It SI, ASP CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE— One full leather-top, end
spring, three-auarter-seat buggy cheap.
Can Lie seen at Ferris' stable, corner Rice ;
and Aurora. 204-207
OR SALE, SADDLE HORSES— For a
• few days only, a few fancy-gaited sad
dlers at low" figures at Balfour's stables, Selby
ay., St. Paul. F. G. Buford. 205-7
GET your carriages, wagons or sieigns 01 :
F. X. Quesnel, 107 East Eighth st.
Long experience; practical and scientific
workmen; repairing neatly done on short
[\/I USIC SCHOLARS wanted: lessons, 50
i»JL cents; best references. Prof. J. See
bich, 897 Leslie av.| 198-211
CJHOKTHAND— Standard system; lessons
. O day. evening or by mail ; send for circu
" lars. Miss J. D. Hess, Union block. 34*
T. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC
26 East Exchange St.— Lessons given on
Piano, Organ, Guitar, Violin and Mandoli
hours arranged to suit pupils. For terms call
or address the Superioress. 168*
DL. JAMISON, Steam Dye Works, 14
• West Sixth St.— Ladies' aud gents' and
children's clothing, blankets and curtains
cleaned and dyed. 134*
J. ROCHEX. N. W. Steam Dye Works;
• office 410 Robert st, Ryan block; works
55 and 57 Indiana ay. *264»
UNO TUNING $1 ; first-class work
guaranteed. Samuel £. Crntchett, 19
East N^Kli st. 180-210
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position ~«
D bookkeeper and typewriter, or either,
by young lady graduate. Address P 5;),
OOKKEEPER — Wanted position "s
bookkeeper and typewriter, or either,
by young lady graduate. Address N 59.
CASHIER— Situation warned by e::?erK
enced young lady an cashier; has. cHy~.
references. "Address KBS Globe. V
CXYSHIER— Position as cashier or rle-k in'
y store by experienced young lady. Ad J
dress M 120* Globe. 7/'
C" LERK— Wanted, a position by a yppug
lady of education as clerk, copyist oc
cashier. Address Maggie McCarthy, 19-',.
Eaton aye., West St. Paul. V
CLERK— A lady, inexperienced, desires a-*
situation as clerk, or to do light office^
worn, with a reasonable salary. Address oi* '
call C. E. H., 476 Cedar st. 1;
COOK— Situation wanted by a good cook,.
Apply M. Metford house, 677 St. Peter. >.
COOK— Woman wants a position ns cook •
or laundress. Call or address 448 West'
Ninth st. J>'
COOK— A respectable Enelish girl wishes,',
a pjace in private family, or as plain,
cook where second girl is kept. A. L. 8., 505^
West Seventh st.. Room 13.
"pvRESSMAKER desires sewing in fami-
XJ lies. Call or address I^9 Iglehart st. 1
T\RESSMAKER desires sewing in fam
.xJ ilies; city references. Address 313
Somerset st. 1
RESSMAKING— Mrs. Allen, a dresv
maker, wishes work in families or shop.
Price 51. 25 per day. Care of Mrs. Stetron,
' 49 Summit ay. 1
I^RESSMAKER— Wanted, a few encage-
U ments immediately at dressmaking;
good cutler and fitter. Address T 90, Globe.
nRKSSMAKEK desires sewing in fam-
U ilies. Call or address 189 Iglehart st. -
' city. _^ _3
DMPLOVMENT- Wanted, by a young
XV girl, employment of any kind from 7 or
Bin the morning until 11. Apply at 14S El
len st.,. up stairs. * , ..-. '..'.il
pOVERXKSS-An English lady desires a
vT situation as resident governess in a
family: music, languages, etc. ; references.
Address Miss Macarthy, 151 Princess St..
Winnipeg Man. 202-206
HOME— Wanted, a good home for a girl
fourteen years old, either to adopt or
make herself useful: references exchanged.
Apply Day Nursery. 141 East Ninth st. 1
tT OUSEWORK— A young lady would like
II a situation to assist in light housework.
7f wanted call at 448 Jackson st. St. Paul,
OUSEWORK— GirI wants a place to do
general housework. 423 Prairie st. 7
LI OUSEKEEPER— An experienced lady
JLI of thirty-three, desires a position as
housekeeper tor a widower, a pleasant home
principal object. Address M. S., Git be. 1
|_| OUSEKEEPER— Situntion wanted by
AJ. an experienced American hous-ekceper,
aged thirty-five, for either hotel or gentle
man's family; very best of references given.
Address Mrs. A. May, La Crosse, Wis. 1
HOUSEKEEPER— A widow lady with
baby wants situation as housekeeper
or to do general housework: good home
principal object. Address V 97, Globe. 3
LJ OUSEKEEPER— A middle-aged lady
Al would like a position as housekeeper in
a widower's family or the care of one or two
children. Address X 81, Globe. 1
LAUNDRESS— Wanted, situation by a
young lady in a laundry; five years' ex
perience. Address 65 West Seventh st. 1
NURSING— Wanted, sick nursing by a
lady of several years' experience and
first-class city references. Apply Jat 149
Ellen st. 1
L'RSINGr wanted by a thoroughly prac
tical nurse. Call or address Xurse, 246
Smith ay. 4',
NURSE— Nursing wanted by middle-aged l
lady; best references by city physicianp.-'
Call at or address 365 Iglehart st. 3-
NURSE— A German woman of thirty-three,;
speaks English, experienced in taking',
care of children; references; city or country.:'.
180 West Seventh st.. Room 6. 3;;
lyr URSE— An estimable married lady would*'
ll like lo take care of a small child &tP
home; best of references. ' Address W 84,"
NURSE— Position as nurse and seamstress,
in private family by young girl. Ad-'
dress M 20. Globe. 7
OFFICE WORK— A young lady of expe- ,
rieuce would like a "situation todo office^-,
work in or out ot the city. Addrers E 81, j
SECOND «IRL— Wanted, a position as'
second girl and sewing; would fike to
go to the lake. Address 447 Superior st. T
OECOND WOKK-A young girl wants a-|
O place to do second work.- Address E,
Globe. ■•■■:.■■;,■ .- '. .; . -5.
TKNOGRAI'HER— lady desires a
IO position as stenographer" and type
writer in an office about Sept. 1. Address
W., Globe. 1
STENOGRAPHER, experienced and
O capable, wishes position in office; law,
real estate or insurance preferred. Address
A 84, Globe. 1
STENOGRAPHER— A young lady sten-
O ographer, owning typewriter, very rapid
operator, wishes work; will work for 25
cents an hour. Address V 87, Globe. 1
rpEAMSTER— Wanted, situation as team-
JL ster by young man. Address N 86.
WRITER— A typewriter wants
X position at once; ■will work for experi
ence. Address Z 78, Globe. 5
WASHERWOMAN wants to take in
washing. Address 109 Arch St. 1
ASHING AND IRONING— A vouug
lady wants washing and ironing by the
day. Call at 52 West Tenth st., Room 15. 3
ASHING— washing, by a
woman, to take home; rough, dry
clothes, 25 cents per doz. Call or address
456 East Sixth st. ■ 1
WASHING— A woman with five children
- to support would like to have some
washing at home. Please call at 91 Custer st.,
Mrs. Wik. : 3
WASHING— Woman would like to go out
to do family washing. Call 674 Broad
way st. . * , .■■ • ; • . 3
ASHING— woman wants washing
by the day. 397 Untversity ay. : 5
WASHING— Woman wants washing by
the day. .396 Kittson st. . -;6.
WASHING— A young woman desires
washing or bouse cleaning by the day;
good worker. Address L. H., 114 College
WASHERWOMAN-Good washer ana
;• irouer wants work by the day in
laundry or private family. Address R. G..
Room 3. 369 Robert st. 1
ASHWOMAN — Washwoman . would
like to go out by the day or take it
home, or cleaning buildings or offices. Call
at 644 Broadway,- up stairs, near Thirteenth
St. .. . ' - - ; 1
TV WASHERWOMAN— GirI wants place
Vf for washing and scrubbing. 132 VlO
la. : .; ;:j^.-. .. . . ■ -/ 1
WASHERWOMAN wants to take in
♦ V washing. Address 109 Arch st. / 6
ET NURSE— wet nurse, who is
young and healthy, would like a
motherless child to take home to nurse..
Call or address 349 Rice St. 1 ■',
WET NURSE -A young lady, who can
come highly recommended, would 11
like a position as wet nurse. Address C. 91, •
Globe. 1 ;
WOMAN WANTS WORK by the day.:
Please call 377 Dayton ay. a *5.
yoiXG LADY wishes to take care of
X furnished rooms by the day. Address'
S 23. Globe. 7'
pORRESPONDENCE. circulars and bills
v> plainly written by band, at same rate as ■
typewriting. Address The Writing Bureau,- ;
270 East Ninth st., St. Paul. 202-8 :
/COLLECTOR— mercantile and
*- y professional accounts to collect; ample (
security can be given and liberal advance i
made if desired. H. X. Hodges, 14 Chamber
.of Commerce. _ . . 405-8
ASHING AND IRONING at 233 '
Grove st. : 50c per dozen or 25c per
dozen rough dried; satisfaction guaranteed.
..- . 205-6
H'AHTED TO BUY.
CASH REGISTER— Wanted to buy, a
second-hand cash register. Write, stat
ing price, to P 86, Globe. . 201-12
M OUSE ANU LOT— Want to buy, a house <
XI and lot on monthly payments, price not
to exceed 1,800. Address J. H. H., Globe.
■ - - - : 205-6 . ■-,: ..
STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE bought
for spot cash. Address S 83, Globe.
■ - 202-208 ■ -4tf
BOARD OFFERED. ■
BOARD— Furnished room, wfth board.
544 Jackson st. 204-10
BOARD— desiring board durine the
races can find comfortable rooms and
board at 33 East Ninth st. 204-6
BOARD— front room with
board at 385 Washington st. 204-07
o.. e iness Chance ads. in the Globe are seen
vu *by the most people.
■ : CAN BE LEFT
;. ; . — for— .
INSERTION IN THE GLOBE :
ON'S • & TICKXOR, Druggists, 707 East
1 iTbird street, corner Bates,
'•CONGER BROS., Druggists, 349 University
.; ;a venue, corner Virginia.
,ta!OUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash
>• [land avenue aud Dale street. \ -
•A. P. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 761. West
5 Seventh street. ... ..'...... "■,.1
•■I^ERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue. . -'. -.: -.
"H. FOX, 452 Rice street. s ■ _ . '-- ' - v ;
.C4EO. SHEPHARD, 691 Reaney street. :..;
f -FRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue.
, J. H. HAVES, 441 "West Seventh street. .. ;
F. VAX DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East Seventh
£ (street. . : -\ - ' -
I^IPPLER 4 COLLTER, Druggisst, 139 East
jSeventh street. . ,■ , • :■', '-■.-:;
JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY,
■■ 1470 Jackson street. - /V-- ....',?
JvtILKES'- PHARMACY, Seven Corners. : ■■ ■'
J M. D. MERRILL, Books and Stationery. 442
Broadway. . ■' ' '' : '
HELLER'S PHARMACY, corner Tenth and
St. Peter streets. - .•■ :. .-.'-.-'
SCHIFFMAN & LYONS, corner Third and
•Maria, ■. -1"' , ...', ; .;'
H. P.. PETTIGREW, corner. Rice and Igle
hart. . " ;'■ ■.' : ': : '.;Z
W. M. RICHARDSON, .760 Wabasha. ' : *
" -. ; ; AUCTION SALES. ;
; ;A. 11. Hicolay, Auctioneer. .'
-. H. NICOLAY, AUCTIONEER—
■•'. No. 202 Fillmore ay., between Eva
and Robertson sts.,. at auction —
& Co. will -sell at public auction on the
premises, No. 202 Fillmore St., between Eva
and Robertson sts., on Monday morning,
July 29. 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., a very de
si ruble property. The house, is. l^-story,
good, cellar, stone basement, pure well., of. .
water, woodshed, etc. The lot is known as
lot 11, block 5 of Marshall's addition, West
St. Paul. Street ears are very, neai, and as
•convenient as can be desired to the business
center of St. Paul. The lot s<> feet • front
by 103 feet in depth. The surroundings are ■
good, and offer, manv inducements to. a gen
tleman of means. This must be apparent to
every one that examines its surroundings.
This very desirable real estate.will .be sold
subject to a mortgage for $2,400, due June,
1891. To a party with moderate means desir
ing a plain home in a location where property
is sure to double Id value this sale offers
inducements worthy of consideration, and'
rarely to be found elsewhere; this auction
sale will be positive and absolute to the high-,
est bidder, as the owner is going to leave St.
Paul, and must sell. Now isyour time to em
brace an opportunity that, may not occur
again in a lifetime, to realize a handsome
■profit on your investment, being' only a
question of time. This valuable lot is only a
short distance and a few minutes' walk from
South Robert st. bridge; your careful perusal .
of this property is worthy of your attention;
please remember that the sale is peremptory;
investigate it and you will be Convinced that
thisis a good investment. This property will
com pare favorably ! with any other in the. vi
cinity. For further particulars apply or
write to Nicolay'&Co.; Auctioneers and Real
Estate Agents for forty years. Offices 116
East Fourth st., opposite National German-
American Bank Building...' A. H. Nicolay,
Auctioneer; our Real Estate Auction Sale No.
12.762. ■■■." •..;;•-;; '. 200-10
Vih.soihi' A Co., Auctioneers.
TURKISH RUGS AT AUCTLOK— 26
J- East Third St.. St. Paul— A grand collec
i.tipn of Turkish and Persian rugs, carpets, em-,
■! bi oideries. etc.. have been consigned to us to
', s<: sold at public auction; sale positive, with
. tut any reserve; B. H. Tashjiau, of Con
l.-at mtinople, the 'direct importer of these
g( o<ls, has shipped them to us right from the
[ -Is* 3W York custom house ; goods will be on
; inhibition Monday and Tuesday in the large
>*st ire No. 26 East Third st ;- the place will
■tbi fitted up to resemble the interior of a
-Turkish palace; on Wednesday, and , Thurs
i.iliy everything will be sold at auction at
:i(i:3o a. m. and 2:30 p.m. 26 East Third
st , St Paul. Sansome's Co., Auctioneers,
a 202-206 . '
f jankruptstockTof hardware
X> at Auction— We will sell, commencing
Wednesday,- July 24,. at 10 oclock, . the
; st )Ck of hardware at No. 224 West Seventh
i st ,- corner .Chestnut; this stock was for
merly owned . by Haeussler & Heiue, now
.Insolvent: it consists . ot ranges and cook
"Stf>ves, lieating. stoves, both .coal, and wood,:
-Treifrigerato'rs, gasoline , stoves, oil. stoves,'
roirpenters'. . - masons' and . ■ bricklayers'
ilobls, shelf hardware of all descrip
tions, cutlery, . .housekeeping goods of
all kinds, a full assortment- of .tin
ware, etc., etc. ; the fixtures will also be sold,
consisting of shelving, counter, safe,
showcases, scales, etc. ; the attention of
dealers is invited to this sale: goods sold
In lota to suit -purchasers; sale positive,
and terms cash. We have completed ar
rangements with Mr. Frank Fairchild to
conduct this sale, as well as all our merchan
dise sales Hereafter. Sausome's Company,
Jebb & Schaner, Auctioneers.
URNITURE AT AUCTION— We will
-T sell on next Friday, July 26, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at No. 977 Rice St.. a lot of lurniture
consisting of bedsteads, bureaus, commodes,
chairs, rockers, lounges, one flue organ, cost
when new $100, in good condition; all the
bedding and bedclothes, cook stove, heating
stoves, etc. : one horse and harness, one
wagon, one light bob sleigh. Jebb & Sclmuer,
auctioneers, 422 Wabasha fet. 205-7
17 URNITURE AT AUCTION— We Will
-T sell at auction Wednesday, July 24. at
10 a. m.. all the furniture at 521 Wabasha
St., consisting of ted room suits, parlor, din
ing room and kitchen furniture, lounges,
rockers, etc.. etc.. Brussels and ingrain car
pets, bedding and bedclothes. Parties look
ing for bargains should attend the sale. Jebb
& Schauer, Auctioneers, 422 Wabasha st.
K. llolloway & Co.. Auctioneers.
AT AUCTlON— Personal property of the
A late Cornelius Casey, at 698 East Fourth
St., Saturday, July 27, at s,'p. m. ; four heavy
work horses, four harnesses, five lumber
wagons and two-horse .- truck, one buggy, etc,
P. D. Twohy, administrator. E. Holloway,
auctioneer. . - 203-207
ST. PAUL RESTAURANT OUTFIT
sit auction, at 152 East Fourth st.,. to-day.
Wednesday, July 24, at 10 o'clock a. m., con
sisting of one very large cooking range as
good as new, and cost §800: one large meat
broiler, a large quantity of Rogers Brothers'
silver-plated ware, crockery and glassware; a
1 lot of very flue square tables. 100. chairs, table
linen, a lot of very good bedding, counters,
showcase, pictures, etc., etc. ; in fact, a com
plete hotel or restaurant' outfit; 1 any one
wanting goods as above should not fail to at
tend this sale; remember, the time is to-day
at 10 o'clock a. m. ; the place 15. East Fourth
st. E. Holloway & Co., auctioneers. 205
: A. 3I» I>oherty. Auctioneer . ..[■
OOK IN SUNDAY'S ISSUE for a large
and important auction sale of real estate
on Dayton's bluff, consisting of property
fronting on East Seventh. Margaret, Dawson,
Gotziau. Con way, Forest, Point Douglas and
Cypress streets and Hastings, • Hudson and
Duluth avenues. There are about fifty lots,
all told, which will be sold on Aue. 12, at 10
a. in. and 2 p. m., on the most favorable
.terms, to wit : Oue-thiid cash, the balance
"in! five years at 6 per cent interest. This prop
erty has been placed iv my hands with- in
structions to sell. Watch for the advertise
ment and read it carefully. A. M. Doherty,
I&avnnagh. & Johnson, Auc-
BLACKSMITHS, ATTENTION —We
)Xj will sell at public auction at our mart
opposite our store, by order of the court, this
morning at 10 a. m., a complete outfit of
blacksmith tools, consisting of hammers,
tongs, anvils, bellows, and in fact every-
tiling that is required in a first-class shop,
sale commencing at 10 a. m. sharp. Be on
hand early and get bargains. Kavanagh &
Johnson, Auctioneers, 187 and 189 East
Siyth st. 205
. . j LOST AJil> FOUJIP.
800 FOUND— Owner can have same by
'. calling at 343 Robert, between 3 and 6
p.| m. 205
OG LOST— My red Irish setter dog. Lib
eral reward will be paid for his return
to 353 Summit ay. William J. Dean.- 205-07
irvOG LOST OR STOLEN— From the
U Clifton hotel, a full-blooded Newfound
land pup ten mouths old; jet black; answers
to the name of Nig; liberal' reward if re
turned to S. G. Pierce, 28 East Fourth su,
Room 15. 205-6
STORE AND BAB FIXTURES.
NEW AND SECOND HAND SALOON
I^l fixtures, ice boxes, mirrors, pool and
billiard tables, counters and shelving. 218
Washington ay. n.. Minneapolis. > : 76*
' If//../ are your rooms vacant? ■ An ad in the
9*ll/ Globe will rent them.
OAKDING HOUSE — Eleven rooms;
good well and cistern; Newcomb st., op
posite power house. East Seventh st. Inquire
1172 Ross st. O. Lunn. - 201-207
HOUSE — To rent, 11-room house, elegant
lawn, bath room and summer kitchen,
at 654 Olive st.; possession given Aug. 1.
Apply 250 Norris st., or 209 and 211 East
Fourth ft. ■ ' 205
HOUSES— To rent, fine houses in all parts
lower and upper town, cheap. Apply
toNicolay& Co., office 116 East Fourth st.
HOUSES — rent, handsome furnished
." houses; small and large; fine location;
lower part of city. Apply to Nicolay & Co.,
116 East Fourth st. .'. -;.: •;-.'.: 2<>s
HOUSES — For rent, three eight-room
houses, 49 Dale St.. 70 and 71 Tiltou st. :
very desirable: rent low. Inquire of the St.
Paul Trust Company, 157 East Fourth st.
: -- '200* .
HOUSE— For rent, ten-room house, fur
nished or unfurnished, No. 335 East
Tenth st. Inquire of the St. Paul Tiust Com
pany, 157 East Fourth st. 200*
HOUSE and lame grounds, facing park at
Merriam Park. Charles N. Bell, 51 Gil
fillan Block. ._ 154*
HOLSK — New nine-room house, with all
modern improvements, No. 311 South
Franklin st. ; one block above Irvine Park.
For particulars inquire of Stephen Burns,
Market restaurant, corner Seventh and Wa
■basha sts. - ■" 202-17.
HOUSES— Between Selby. Nina and Sum
mit, cheap houses of "three, four and
six rooms and cellar. Apply at 139 West
HOUSES— For rent, .. two new modern
..houses, 6:21 and 023 Ashland ay. J.
W. Crossou, 358 Jackson st. 202-8
HOUSE— rent, house of seven rooms,
bath and attic, on St. Anthony Hill;
newly finished. Ricnard Leffmann, 358
Jackson st. ■ ... ■ 202-31
H-OUSE— To rent, handsomely furnished
1J residence on Summit aye. for winter or
longer; low rental to right party. Address
A. W., Globe office. 204 210
Eleven-room house and barn,,
with modern improvements, corner
'Iglehart aud Louis sts.; will rent cheap. Ap
ply next door, 227 Iglehait st. 187-21 1
HOUSE— For rent, neat six-room house,
■ 224 Arundel St., between Dayton and
Marshall ays. ; water, bath, etc.; in good
. condition. Apply at Vi 26. 204-.! 00
HOUSE— The dwelling houses Nos. 546
and 548 Sibley St.; modern conven
iences. Inquire at 272 Jackson St., William
WE RENT HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES,
• "FLATS AND COLLECT RENTS
PROMPTLY. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGEN
. . ' lSoom«*.
OAKD— lglehnrt st., 64, pleasant fur
nished rooms with board, and all mod
ern conveniences, at reasonable rates. 204-6
f^EDAK ST., (>33— Opposite Central Park
v_/ — First-class furnished rooms, with or
without board; pleasant fo- summer. 204-5
ELLEN ST.. 280— Three or four rooms
partly furnished; suitable for married
couple; city water; rent moderate. 205-6
EIGHTH ST., 217— rent, pleasant
furnished rooms, from $8 to $20 a
month one block from cable. ' 205
I? AIRFIELD AY., EAST— Four rooms
-T for rent. Inquire of C. \V . Youngman,
117 East Fourth st. - . , . 103*
FOURTH ST., 50 AND 52, WEST—Fur
nished rooms for rent ; between ' St. Pe- !
tcr and Market. ' • ■;: 204-210
FOURTH ST., 14, WEST — Furnished
" rooms; steam heat Hotel Brunswick. -
- ;iCo* - V
rGLEHAKTST., 13.1— A nicely furnished
X room; also day, board. . . 203-0
]VJ IJfTH ST., ;>:)2. EAST— for rent,
1A unfurnishe-l ; newly papered, bath, gas;
two blocks from Seventh st: cable. 205 -06
EARL ST., 211— rent, kitchen, din
ing room and pantry; also bed room:
furnished complete for housekeeping. 205-00
pEARL ST.. 215— Front room, suitable
X for lady and gentleman, or two gentle
men; also single rooms with board and use
■of bath. „ -' 202-5
DOOM 31 ATE— Wanted; a good, steady
XV young man as roommate. 223 East
Eighth st. , . .". 204-206
ROBERT 537— One furnished room
XV for rent. 204-205
SEVENTH ST., WEST— Smith Ay.
—For rent, eight rooms; only S2O per
month. ' Inquire George H. Lams, 448 Wa
bashast. ■ 202-206
EVENTH ST., EAST— Furnished
0 rooms by the day, week or month.
. ; .■■, -■•- ■■■-■■ 202-205 ■ • -■-■■■
npE>TU ST., 200, EAST— Near Jackson—
-L Large room, furnished, with board: gas,
bath; suitable for two: private family.
_ ; . 202-5
rpiLTON ST., 82— Furnished rooms, single
X or en suite, for gentlemen only. 205-206
VALLKY ST., 49— For rent, four rooms;
V city water, cellar and woodshed ; ground
floor. . 205-9
fl7 AIiASHA ST., 473— Nicely, furnished
VV " rooms to rent, by day, week or mouth;
open any time. * 1 90-220
STORE— For rent, brick store on East Sev
euth St.. corner Fauquier: fine location.
Sargent, Meacham & Co., 30 East Fourth st.rj
TORES— For rent, stores on West Seventh
St.; good location. Inquire George 11.
Lams, the furniture man, N0. 448 Wabushaet.
STOKE tor rent, at 94 East Fairfiela ay.
Inquire of C. W. Youngman, 117 East
Fourth st. . 103*
TORE— SS East Fifth St., close to court
house, small brick store; rent low. Apply
Cosgrove & Co., 340 Cedar, second floor.
OFFICES — rent, desirable offices cor
ner Fourth and Robert sts. ; rent low.
Inquire of the St. Paul Trust Company, 157
East Fourth st. . 205*
OFFICES AND DESK ROOM in Frost
Block. Inquire of N. It. Frost, Room
10. 199 208
OFFICE— rent, office in German-
American Bank building. Inquire at
office number 50. -.- .202-208
ABASH A ST.— Corner Tenth, Over
Drugstore— Furnished rooms for rent;
also gentleman roommate wanted. 205-210
: l • 31 i *«•<»! l:e is «•«» is
I __ ytand found ads. in the Globe are seen
uus 1 by the most people
O EXCHANGE— Furnace or tin works
TO EXCHANGE— FurtiRce or tin works
for a horse. Address J. A. Wilson, 537
Broadway. ' 204 06
rpo EXCHANGE— About 2,000 acres of
X iron lands on Vermillion range. Ad
dress L 84, Globe. 198*
TO jSXCHANGK— CapitaI City Panorama
stock for equity in vacant property or
farm lands. Address L 81. Globe. 198*
TTex CHANGE— in Dakota in Red
River Valley for city lots or acres close
to city. Address L 82. Globe. • 19**
TO EXCHANGE— My property; fifteen
minutes' walk from wholesale district:
ten-room house, modern improvements, and
house on rear of lot 50x150; will bring §75
monthly; want good house and lot for part
equity. Address X, Globe. 205
TO EXCHANGE— A farm to trade f
• lots or house and iot: a first-class 100
--acre farm under high cultivation; new and
complete buildings: a full line of tools and
machinery; pair of horses; two good wells;
thirty miles from St. Paul; two lines of rail
road: three and four miles to stations; good,
smooth land; booming crop now on it; look
-this up, it is a snap; owner is a bachelor and
cannot work it. Address Grip, Globe. 205
WHAT have you to exchange for equity
of £2,500 in an improved piece of
city property? J. D. Okes, 156 East Third st.
■ -; 205-8
*Kl ' K[va CASH is ready to loan on im
PX*t/UU proved or unimproved property
worth double the amount. A. B. Wilgus £
PROPOSALS FOR [2—501] FRESH BEEF
X* — Headquarters Department . of Da
kota, Office Chief Commissary of Subsist
ence. Saint Paul, Minn., July 20th, 18b 9.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, sutiect
to the usual conditions, will be received at
this office or at the offices of the Acting Com
missaries of Subsistence, at Fort Assimii
boiue, Montaua,and FortMeade. Dakota,until
11 o'clock a. m., July 31 it. 1889, at which
time and places bids will be opened for the
delivery of such quantities of fresh beef as
may be required by the Subsistence Depart
ment at the Camp on the Little Missouri
river, 194 miles from Fort Meade. Dakota,
and the Camp near the eastern end of the
Little Rockies, 100 miles from Fort Assinnl
boine. Montana, from about August 20th to
'September slh, 1889. Preference will be
given domestic . production or manufacture,
conditions of quality and price being equal.
THOMAS C. SrLLIVAN, ~
Major and C. S., U. S. A., Chiel^. S. Dept. of
Ana you out of employment? Advertise in
" le . the Daily and Sunday Globe.
J. S. Goorli <& Co..
133 East Fifth St.. Room 6,
IVI ILK ROUTE, clearing 5125 per month '
IVJ. icecream route, 25 gallons per day;
confection and cigar store, with cream pai
WANTED, partner with 8*2.000 capita)
to take half interest in paving busi
ness ; -will rent half ot store to right parties.
11is<»ii:iii«<mi- Business Chances
BUSINESS CHANCE FOR A LIVE
Man— Good general merchandise stock,
with book accounts and bills receivable, for
sale cheap in flourishing part of new state of
North Dakota. For full particulars apply to
H. E. Hullsiek. trustee. Star Mercantile Co..
31G Robert st., St. Paul, or H. Bose, Emerado,
North Dakota. ' " ■■ 204-3
DARIJEK SHOP— rare chance; the bar
-D shop No. 138 East Third st., for
rent; fixtures for sale at a bargain. Inquire
at 272 Jackson st. William Constans.
..•■■■• -■•.-. 204-210
BAKERY AND KKSTAUBANT, with
twenty-two good sleeping rooms in con
nection : good location and good trade: will
sell cheap; will take part iv good clear real
estate. Address D 70, Globe, Minneapolis.
r> I Alt l> HALL., cigar store and lunch
XJ counter, first-class location; can be
bought cheap; small amount of cash, balance
monthly. •" Inquire J. D. Okes. Business
Broker. 156 East Third st. . : 202-203
RARE OPPORTUNITY to secure fur
niture and lease of thirteen-room house 1
full roomers, center city, clearing S~5 above
rent monthly : gas, bath, furnace, bells, 81.800
worth furniture; one-half value. Address
B 92, Globe. 204*
CIGAR AND CONFECTIONERY store
• can be bought cheap. Call at premises,
676SeIbyav. ■• ... - 200-207
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— One of
the best paying merchant tailor shops in
the city; bigjiusiness and small rent; going
■to the old country is the reason for selling;
am not particular about cash will give time
on security or take vacant lot; stock of
cloths and trimmings is nice and not very
large. Address A 100, Globe.. 204-205
OR SALE OK RENT— barrel mill
and elevator, located in best wheat
growing section in Minnesota; railroad track
to mill: ; For particulars .address John
Sehwim, Wahasha, Minn. 192-205
URNITURE AND LEASE of a
-T sevcnteen-room flat for sale cheap; op
posite the "Spalding," Duluih, Minn. Ad
dress Mrs. S. B. White, 501 West Superior St..
Duluth, Minn. ... .. 201-207
D ESTAURANT— For sale cheap, well
xi located, cheap rent; everything in good
order; will take horse in part payment, or
half cash and balance monthly payments. P
SO, Globe. .: \ . * 202-10
C*l OkA FOR a good stock of general
<pll/Z>O\J merchandise. At 202 Martin
st. : . : .;•.'/ 204-110
&O(\(\ BUYS A FINK CONFECTION-
Jj)/4>Uv_/ cry store on Broadway this week.
Aderess O 88. Globe. ,-
KESSMAKING— A lady will take any
XJ kind ot dressmaking or sewing at home;
4*B Cedar st. . -204
T7»OLLETT'S SYSTEM of dress cutting
-C taught by Mrs. Elliott, 388 North Wash
ingtonst.: classes at reduced rates. 188-217
BOARI> — Wanted, room and board in a
private family by young man; state
price and location. " Address W 93, Globe.
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7TH ST. DIRECTORY^
JAMES F. ANOELL, successor to Blakeraora
& Angcll, 2L E. 7th st. Pictures framed.
J. H. IIILLEN. 67 East Seventh. '
W. H. LOCKWOOD. 233 East Seventh stT^
CIGARS AJIP TOBACCO.
T. ROWLES. 2-25 West Seventh. '
MAX ST HOUSE, : '
183 West Seventh st., Seven corners.
BAKER ASUTHERLAND.94n Eleventh *£
COAL Ai\D WOOD. '
HOLMES Fuel & Supply Co.. Seven corners!
PIONEER FUEL CO.. 209 East Seventh.
COli FKCTIOKKR Y.
MACK CANDY KITCHEN, 100 E. Seventh!
S. H. REEVES, Seven corners.
I)K.\TIST^ , ' .
DR. W. I). GREEN. Corner 7th A Pine Staj
IIABIGIIORSTACO., ■ '
233, 235 & 237 Seventh, corner Waconta,
COX BROS. & CO., X. Y. Store. 29 E. 7th.
FLORIST. ; .
WAT. KINO, 479 East Seventh. '
FHtaiTUKK JJ»P CARPETsT
G. F. BENEDICT. 170 West Seventh. .-'
- FURS. •'
CIIAS. E. DANNEBERG, .
:08 to 212 East Seventh. ■ . .
«JAS FIXTURES. >
J. J. DUN NIG AN. '22» East Seventh.
GROCERIES. ' ,
MICH AC D BROS., ' ~ *"
Corner Seventh and Wabasha streets.
WIN SLOW HOUSE, Will Bros., Seven corners
lASTALLMEST HOUSES. ~^ ■
G. F. BENEDICT. 17.i West Seventh. " .'
BOCKSTRUOK & LEE, 11 East Seventh. '
STAIIL & MARTIN, 49 East Seventh.
REED, THE JEWELER. 192 E. 7th. '.
JEWELitY &, PA%V\ItROIiKR.
L. S. WBLLBR, 11(5 East Seventh street.
L. FINKKLSTKIN, 89 East Seventh.
LIVERY ASP SALE STABLE
ABBEY & SCHUTTE. Seven comers.
ANDREW PETERSON, Is Kant Seventh.
PHOTOGRAPHERS. ~ '
S. M. TAYLOR, 184 W. 7th. ChllUrcirs'pict
ures. pastel and crayon portraits a specialty
PLU.IIBIXG AMD GAS FITTING.
J. J. PL NNI ;AN, 2 Seventh.
L. W. BUZZKLL & CO., :»7«t E. Seventh st.
STOVE REPAIRS. '
AMERICAN STOVE REPAIR WORKS, IStf
West Seventh, Seven corners.
S. BOWMAN. Seven Corners Livery.
Sealed proposals for supplying the
labor and material for the construction
of a masonry reservoir will be received
by the Board of Water Commissioners
of Hudson, VVis., until 2 p. m. of July
The material and labor will be let in
The work includes, approximately:
240 cubic yards stone masonry.
88 cubic yards brick masonry.
55 cubic yards concrete.
2,900 square feet hollow tile.
500 barrels of cement. .
The stone is already purchased.
Plans and specifications can be seen
nt the office of the Water Commission
ers, or of W. W. Curtis, C. E.,557 Drake
Block, St. Paul.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids. C. P. COON, Secretary.
356 Jackson Street, >
ST. PAUL, : MINN.
Speedily cures all private, nervous,chroni
ana blood and skin diseases of both sexes,
without the use of mercury or hindrance from
business. NO CUKE, NO PAY. Pri
vate diseases and all old, lingering cases,
■where the blood has become poisoned, caus
ing ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth,
pal is in the head and bones, and all dis
eases of the kidneys and biadder, are cured
for life. Men of all ages who are suffering
fr-jm the result of youthful indiscretion, or
excesses of mature years, producing nervous-
Bess, indigestion, constipation, loss of mem
ory, etc., are thoroughly and permanently
Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex- •
perience in this specialty, is a graduate irom
one of the leading medical colleges of the
country. He has never failed in curing any
cases that he has undertaken. Cases and
correspondence sacredly confidential. Call
or write for list of questions. Medicines sent
by mail and express everywhere free from
risk and exposure.
BEST TEETH, $8.
Outturn's Painless Method of Tooth •
FrLjUiIISTGi-, - xjf.
Cor. 7th and Wabcuha. St Paul.
Men's Genuine Porpoise Hide shoes. Prlc.
$7: or our celebrated 83.50 Calf Sewed Shoej
sentC. O. D. on approval. Lovering, tin
Shoe Man. M. Paul, Minn.
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