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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE..
Houses tor sale.
FOR SALE— A nice little house; cheap
for cash; lot leased; lease running four
>ud a half years. Inquire at 620 Virginia ay.
FOR SALE-In good locality. very cheaply,
a five corner, 75x110. with four-story
double house, drawing good rent. Call and
examine the bargain. A. M. Carlson, 281
Williams st., corner Pine.
OR sale or FOR KKNT-Olie of the
P finest residences on Dayton's bluff, with
all modern improvements; with fine car
pets ali over the house; large grounds of six
lots; also a frame house and stable in the
rear. Inquire So. 11 West Third st. ■■
" N« 1» urban.
ST. ANTHONY PA>«lv NORTH—
able residence lots for sale in the above
addition nt reasonable prices. 0. 11. Jett
Secretary, Boom it, National German-Ameri
can Hunk Building. •__
ci i\l\( \ WILL BUS 103 acres of land
«J)I^UL/L/ one and one-half miles from
Little Falls: good house; for particulars in
quire 719 Uudson ay.
NOW is TIJII! to buy real estate;
below please find a few sample bar
gains: Fine south-facing lot on tons
Bluff. $SU); elegant forty-foot lot on Sher
burncnv. atS7O9; partly finished eight-room
house on Sherbiirne aw, SI. 200: one of the
finest residences on Dayton's bluff with large
grounds nt a great sacrifice. 11. 11. Schulte
& Co , 103 East Fourth St.
WANTED— To buy a lot south of Selby
ay. ana east of Victoria st. for spot
cash: state location, price and terms. 1" 127,
Uf ANTED TO BOY— A small, neat house
to cost about $750; must be a bargain;
address, with full particulars, location, price,
mortage, if any ; date. time. rate, size of lot
and house, etc. ; no attention will be paid to
auaweiauot containing all above fa^ts. C.
L. J., Globe.
WILL. SELL very low for small cash pay
»V ment one- or more very choice lots.
Address J 12*. Globe.
Qf'fV 1— EKKX FRONT, Uugg's addi
tjPvJL/U tion. near West Seventh st. 8450—
40-feet front, Pease Bros.' addition, fronting
on Margaret st. small payments down and
terms very easy, to suit, or will trade. box
3*3. Cedarßapids. In.
A A —31 ME. LA TERRE gives mas
•A« sage treatments and improved
Turkish baths. 4-' Sixth st. south, Minneap
olis. Two lady operators.
RE YOU i:> TUOUBLISJ— ConsuIt
Madame Ina Walker, "life reader," for
faithful reading of your past, present and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
life by. a power hiiber than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies, 50 cents:
gentlemen, 51. 515 Wabasha St., opposite
ALWAYS RELIABLE— Madame Teits
worth, clairvoyant; business lest medi
um: thirty years' experience. 639 Wabusba
ATT EN i ION is called to our large assort
ment of fine second-hand heating
stoves, Knvauagn & Johnson, 166, lbs and
lift East Sixth st.
ATTENTION", LADIES!— "Emma" bust
developer will enlarge your bust 5
inches; guaianteed: sealed instructions, 2a
0r24-v>a;;e illustrated catalogue, Cc by mail.
Emma Toil.-t Bazar, Boston, Muss.
A LICK AUSTIN, clairvoyant and trance
medium, gives card reading for 25 cents.
l»o. ill West Exchange st.
MEDIUM — Mine, baudall gives advice on
all business and love affairs without
asking any • v «lii ns: 55.C03 challenge to any
medium or fui nine teller mat excels her. 720
First ay. south, Minneapolis:
MRS. DR. Sll Kl'Aiil), specialist on dis
eases of women, oilers to the ladies her
favorite prescriptions, her Female Tonic
for weak, debilitated and nervous wom
en: her Knamenagogue pills for painful
and absent menstruation (but not to be used
during pregnancy). Ladies should never be
■without her female tablets, sure cure for leu
corrhea (whites), ulceration, or when local
treatment is needed, ask your druggist for it.
or call at 63 Western a v., Minneapolis. Con-
Bultutiou free; send for circular.
MADAM MOSS, Celebrated Clairvoyant
Massage and Magnetic Healer; also
Alcoholic Baths: no one can equal her in her
profession. 27 Bast Seventh St.. Room 2.
MKS. DR. F. RKARDON, LIFE
Reader, 297 West Third St.— Electricity
scientifically applied. Massage treatments a
MRS. DR. WiLLIAM, life reader and
massat-isl; walk right up stairs. 542
IIS. A LICK F. ELL— Massage
and vapor baths. Itoom 7, 159 West
Seventh st., St. Paul. Minn.
WHS. M. A. TlissKV- G24 WabashaSt.—
Magnetic and massage treatment for
paralytic rheumatism end nervous diseases.
Clairvov.'int reader. Call !i a m. to Sp. m.
SA.NTAO— men only. Greatest Re
storer and Developer known. Strength
ens, Invigorates. Price 82. Guaranteed—
Stamp for confidential circular. Dr. 11. T.
Miller, 21 Quiney si., Chicago.
►POSTK, TONTI-:— The Ladies' Friend will
JL positively enlarge the bust five inchus
or money refunded Guaranteed — Not a pain
ful instrument but a pleasant, • efficient, ex
ternal application. Price $2. Senq stamp for
confidential circular. Mrs Dr. H. T. Miller,
21 C£uincy st., Chicago.
VJAVI of interest to mothers and daugh
ters: call or send stamp for our 82-page
Health Book; through its medium you can
get well and keep well. St. Paul Viavi Co.,
Room 12. Germania Bank.
Uf ANTED— The public to know. Madam
Brooks; the great trance medium and
second EigUMias arrived from San Francisco.
and will give killings at 45 West Exchange
St., St. Paul. She is the seventh daughter of
the seventh tis-ter. and has been a medium
and •second sight from her birth. At five
years oid you could not hide from her or lie
to her. She jells past, present and future,
Without asking questions; gives advice on
business and love affairs; locates lost end
stolen articles; sittings. 60 cents and up
wards; consultations free; hours. 10a. in. till
ii p. m. : Sundays. 2p. m. till 7p. m.
MASIi-J) TO KENT.
FLAT— Wanted, heated flat or six-room
house with furnace, for the winter: four
tdults. Address F 12), Globe.
HOUSE— Wav to take care of small
furnished house or heated flat down
town; will bay small rent. Address X 1-4,
Globe. - ,
HOUSE— Want to take care during winter
of v house' lor the rent, by man and
wife. J. Moshner. SO West Tenth st.
0031.V— Wuntcft, a large alcove or two
V medium-sized rooms, with heat and gas
(unfurnished), within a block of cable car.-:.
between Kent st. and Summit ay.; rein, £15
or 820. Address W 500. Globe.
ROOM— Wanted, furnished room by a
young lady, employed, ten minutes' walk
from Kyan Hole!; stale price. Address W
ROOMS- Wanted, three or four furnished
V rooms, for light housekeeping; steam
heat; reference. Address D 130, Globe.
ROOMS— furnished cr unfurnished
rooms on lirst l!cor, for housekeeping
Address I' 124. Globe. H b '
Rooms — Wonted, five rooms, or small
house, by family of three adults; lower
town, and rent not to exceed £10. Address
B I.?. Globe. .
T/~AHI.EUT~ ~&"~A1INTEL — Minnesota
IV Steam Dye Work?, 24 J East Seventh.
J"~~J""77oc7ll\N— N. W. Steam Dye Works
A . office. 4!6 Robert El., Ryan Block Work.
tf. mid .'7 Indiana ay.
BOA Hl* and unfurnished alcove room by
man and wife for the winter. Address
L 123, Globe.
B' OARD— Wanted, board and room by a
bacheler at a moderate price: private
Go rinnn family prefened. Address P 126,
Ajjent.'i for Care of Property.
145 East Fourth St. _______
DO YOU WANT A CHEAP PLACE TO
LIVE IN THIS WINTER JUST CALL
AT OUR OFFICE. GET A LIST AND SEE
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER AT FROM
$20 PER MONTH DOWN TO NOTHING. YES,
FOH NOTHING, AS WE HAVE SOME
HOUSES IN GOOD NEIGHBORHOODS
THAT \VECANLETNICE,REFINED FAM
ILIES HAVE UNTIL APRIL IST ON CER
TAIN CONDITIONS. WE HAVE SOME
COSY FOUR-ROOM FLATS IN WEST
SEVENTH STREET DISTRICT 87 PER
MONTH, AND SIX-ROOM FLATS IN
LAUER BLOCK $20: SOME IN RAILROAD
DISTRICT 810; WEST ST. PAUL S>:
HOUSES IN MIDWAY $S. THESE BAR
GAINS WON'T LAST LONG. SO YOU BET
TER COME TOMORROW AND SECURE
Schram's Kcuting Agency*
603 Manhattan Building.
FURNISHED HOUSE— Nine rooms, good
T barn, Ashland ay., $30.
Another on Holly ay.. SlO.
Fourteen rooms, second and fbird floors;
bath; heart of city; location the best for
1000 Iglehart, eight rooms, bath, furnace,
J(J9 Carroll, seven rooms, brick house, 515.
243 Thirteenth, seven rooms, nice yard, ©18.
414 Edmund, eight rooms (arranged two
Flat four rooms, »27 Rondo, 812.
Two-room Hat. central. SS; three rooms, $9.
Five rooms, Sl2; choice up stairs, three
fine connecting rooms. 457 Smith ay., Call
for free list: we can please you. ■ :'- ".
Cntncart & Co.,
Bank of Minnesota Building.
FOR RENT: •
311 Martin St., six rooms
and bath oDpermo
299 Martin Et., six rooms and
bath 520 00 per mo
349 Martin St., eight rooms aud
bath 00 per mo
727 Martin St., six rooms and
406 Virginia ay., six rooms $15 00 per mo
195 Aurora ay., six rooms and
583 Westminster st.
Cathcart & Co., Managers of Property.Bank
of Minnesota Building. .
I* HITAIiKH & PARKER
I'fi PARK PLACE— Three rooms, city
\J\J water and sewerage, only S3. Whiia
ker & Parker, Manhattan Building.
C 93 Iglehart St.— Seven rooms, modern
throughout, §25; No. 82t5 Fdmund st., nine
rooms, city water, only Sl4. Whitaker &
Parker, Renting Agency, Manhattan Build
03 Iglehart St. —Twelve-room house, mod
ern throughout; very fine; rent reasonable.
Whitaker & Parker, Renting Agency, Man
J. IV. Shcnard, 01 East -till St.,
RENTS HOUSFS, STORES, OFFICES,
tV acts as owners' agent: collects rents.
ATTENTION is called to our large assort
ment of fine secondhand heating
stoves. Kavßuagh & Johnson, ISO, IS3 aud
ISM East Sixth st.
CARPETS, RUGS, etc., cleaned, refitted
and laid, at Twin City Carpet-Cleaning
Works. 182 West Fourth st. Telephone 1439.
CARFE,T-LAYI>:G and house cleaning;
nine years in the business. John Melliu,
075 Hague ay.
pOTTAGE for rent, with five rooms.rear of
v-'' ISO Valley st.. near corner Fifteenth and
Canada, So per month. Inquire of M. Treacy,
144 Hast Third.
C COTTAGES— For rent, five-room cottages
-> near business center at $7.00; see us be
fore renting houses or flats. 11. 11. Schulte
& Co., 10.: East Fourth st.
CIO AGE— rent, five-room cottage;
J city water. Inquire No. 735 Conway st.
HOUSE— 5E30 reuts a fourteen- room brick
house, 547 Canada. Cull 221 East Sev
HOUSE— Eight-room brick bouse for rent.
Apply at 400 Virginia ay. .
HOUSE— $15 per mouth; house, seven
rooms: C 39 Dayton ay., near Dale; city
water. A pply 115 East Fourth st.
HOUSE — For rent, a fourteen- room brick
house; 547 Canada. Call 221 East Sev
HOUSE— 827.50 reuts the house 544 Wacou
ta. Call 2-1 East Seventh St.
HOUSE for rent cheap: 460 Rondo st.;
seven rooms. Apply Barber Shop, rear
282 East Third st.
HOI for rent, four or six rooms, to suit
party. Inquire 526 Canada st.
HOUSES— To rent, seven-room house, nt
253 Thirteenth St.; SIG per month.
George F. P.iwell.
HOL'Si-S— six-room brick houses,
175«,_ and 177 East Congress; all con
veniences; prettily papered. A. B. Wilgus,
128 East Fourth.
HOUSE — For rent, good seven-roomed
house; city water; gßa month. Apply
tiCO Fauquicr st.
HOUSE— For rent from Nov. 1, two-story
six-room house: city water, sewer, etc.
Inquire 407 Iglehart st.
HOUSES — Sherman St., 3il — Tenant
houses from £•- up; central; sower and
water; one nine-room house.
HOUSE— A nine-room house in good re
pair. 55"» St. Peter st.
HOI'SE TO RENT— No. 22S Sherburne ay.
1.1 Possession given Dec. 1.
BOUSK— 812 rents warm six-room house,
with cellar, city water; newly papered.
453 Edmund st.
HOUSE— For rent in choice location on
the hill, nicely furnished, at a very low
rent to secure a first-class tenant. Address
F 125, Globe.
HOUSE — Eight-room house, city water
and all conveniences. 07 University,
corner of Park nv.
HOUSE— For rent, furnished house, 812
HOUSE — For rent, six-room house, 3SO
Fort st., near Seven corners ; city water
and cellar; iv stood repair.
— Six-room house, cheap, 797 St.
Peter st. ; bath; five minutes' walk from
capitol: in good repair.
HOUSE— Lovely small house: every im
provement; cosy and warm: Walnut,
corner Pleasant; low rent. Esterley. 22 East
HOUSE — For rent, six-room house on
Charles st.: hot and cold water and
lialn, and modern improvements. Cull 260
HOUSES— For rent, by owuer, Room 0,
Gilfillan block; terms reasonable to de
sirable tenants: 67 West Central nv., nine
room moderns house; 687 and CS9 Harriet st ,
sixroom modern house; 2*S and 332 Aruudel
st., nine-room modern houses.
HOUSE— For rent cheap, No. 610 Olive st.,
twelve-room house; ail modern, conven
iences. Inquire at 60S Olive.
BOUSE— For rent, a new modern leu
room dwelling. 561 Canada st.
HOUSE— For rent, good nine-room house;
cemented cellar, city water and bath;
corner Burns and. Collins. Inquire at 498
HOUSE— Lovely small house; every im
provement; cosy and warm; Walnut,
corner Pleasant; low rent. Esterley, 22 East
HOUSES— For rent, from 85 to 850 per
month. John K. llickey, Germania
Life Building. Minnesota and Fourth, v
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY,
Davidson Block, Corner Fourth and
Jackson Sta.— We have a largo list of houses
for rent at very low figures, from $6 per
mouth upwards; also furnished house?
lints, i tore* and offices.
THE FAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER £9, IRfI3.— SIXTEEN PAGES.
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FULL PLATES AT OOR BOARDING HOUSE TABLES.
HAKIM.KK & ARCHIBALD make a
n specialty of cleaning, refitting and lay
ins carpets, rugs. etc. 182 West Fourth st.
Telephone 1499. -_ •
SUHJtOKDEB & DICKINSON, 16 East
O Sixth, for carpet cleaning, feather and
mattress renovating and upholstering.
rpAYLOR'is RENTING A(iESC\
i- GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES, TAKE
CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. ■
ci () TO Sir. DISCOUNT on Peninsular
«JP-Lvy ranges; will take your old stove in '
part payment. Karst & Breher, successor
Foos & Co., 183-187 West Third, corner Ex
FOR KENT — Get moved before cold
weather. We have four flats still va
cant in the Oilman Terrace, 697 to 713 Laurel
&v. If you take one of these flats you will
be comfortable in the coldest weather, and
have no sidewalks to clean, no fires to at
tend to, no ashes to remove. We furnish
steam heat, gas range, and water. Tele
phone in building tor use of tenants. Finest
janitor service, as there are only four left,
we would advise you to look them up today.
Cathcart ii Co., Bank of Minnesota building:.
PLAT- Nice four-room flat, ground floor;
J- modern conveniences: furnished or un
furnished. 767 Sherburne ay.
FLAT— For rent cheap, three-room flat.
515 St. Peter st.
pLATS— Steam heated flats for rent, 525.
-T $30 and $33 per mouth; corner Western
and Selby. Inquire there or 356 Wabasha st.
FLAT— 22J West Seventh St.— rooms;
low rent; second floor. A. B. Wilgus,
128 East Fourth.
FLAT— A very desirable five-room flat,
furnished, and furniture for saie. Ad
dress X 127, Globe.
FLATS— Nice flats for rent, furnished or
unfurnished. Call or address C. F. Rapp,
Corner Ninth and Exchange sts.
FLAT— beautiful home flat in the Se
ville, six rooms and a storeroom. Call
FLAT — rent, pleasant flat, suitable for
small family; cellar and bath. 27 Mc
3oal St., near West Seventh and Smith ay.
FLAT— For rent, a four-room flat, fur
nished or unfurnished. CS3 Norm st.
FLAT— For rent, §12 per month in ad
vance, five-room flat on second floor:
modern improvements. Inquire Sunday or
any other day at 519 Carroll Bt. or Room 5,
Germanid Insurance Building.
C'KMSHKD .AND UNFURNISHED
HOUSES VERY (HEAP. GOOD LO
CATIONS. ALL CONVENIENCES. SEE
THEM. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY.
FLAT— Five rooms, partly furnished, suit
able for light housekeeping; price, §15.
Inquire 27£ V» vVest Seventh. *
PLAT — First-class housekeeping flat, seven
i. rooms; all modern conveniences. Far
rington Piece, 217 Pleasant ay.
FLAT — Steam-heated flat; seven rooms,
hot water, gas range fixtures, window
shades, screens, etc. ; no dark rooms; very
central; first floor. Inquire F. Kult, Drug
gist, 440 Wabasha st.
FLATS FOR ?S; HOUSES FOR $5;
HARD TIMES PRICES: THAT IS
CHEAP. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY.
VIRGINIA FLATS (NEW), FACING
Central Park and Summit Ay. East-
Finest flats and location in the city: fire
proofed, steam heat, elevator, electric light,
gas ranges, hardwood finish, hardwood floors, .
elegant decorations, etc. cafe across the
street; two of the twenty flats still for rent
nt $;YJ, one mouth free; also nt 57 West Col
lege ay., flue six-room flat, $11. Apply to
Janitor, day or evening, or F. S. Bryant.
A— HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
A -EIGHTH ST.. 16— Neatly furnished
rooms; steam heat and gas; cheap rent.
BKOADWAY, 687— For rent, five nice
JLj rooms for housekeeping; all improve
ments; private house.
pANADA ST.. 540 — Nicely furnished
Vy rooms, steam heat aua gas; board if de
C-lANADA ST., 657— Four unfurnished
■> rooms, 'with bath room; good cellar;
riKUAII ST.. 600— Nicely furnished rooms.
V_v with or without board; all conveniences;
homelike and reasonable.
CEDAR ST., Nicely furnished single
J room for 55.00. ,
pKDAR ST., 637— Two nicely furnished
V-/ front rooms together; about five min
utes from city hall.
pORNER WALNUT AND WEST SEV-
V. / enth Sts.— No. 255— For rent, with or with
outtboard,'exceedingly pleasant furnished
rooms, each containing stationary marble
bowl, running hot and cold water, gas, heat,
clothes . closet, etc.; handsome stone resi
denco: remember, no car fare.
AYTON AY.— Near Western— Furnished
XJ room, with alcove; with or without
"CUGHTII ST., 105, EAST — Furnished
-Li rooms at the Malrern; use of bath; hot
and cold water.
ItiHTH ST., 27.'., EAST— For rent, nicely
X-* furnished parlor for $12, and other
rooms, with modern conveniences.
EXCHANGE ST.. 16, WEST— For rent,
desirable furnished rooms, with alcove,
bath and closets. RyM
IFTII ST., 225, WEST — Three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished.
FRANKLIN ST., 359 NOKTII—
Fifth— Furnished front room, suitable
for tv o persons; rent cheap to ladies or
FOR RENT— your family going away
for the winter, or are you a bachelor? In
either case, if you desire to be as comfort
able as in any first-class hotel, get a room in
The Costauza. Handsomely furnished, steam
heat, light, private bath in each room, hot
and cold water day and night. Call at the
building, 341 St. Peter St.. next to the Wind
sor Hotel, and look at the rooms and get
prices, or apply to Cathcart & Co., Bank of
FORT ST., 400— Three rooms for light
ILLMOKB AY., 63, EAST— Side
I: Spa Bottling Company— For rent, rooms
for housekeeping: water and sewer.
/~i RAND AY., 1095— For rent, three or
VI four furnished rooms for light house
pitOVE ST., 397— Furnished room for
p ROVE ST.. Suite of rooms for light
Vl housekeeping, all accommodations, on
the first floor, $S per month.
p ROVE ST., 217— Three rooms furnished,
vT coal stove and everything suitable for
housekeeping; would be pleasant for small
family; Slo per month. -.
HUDSON AY., Three or four partly
furnished rooms for light housekeeping
at S3 per month.
TGLEHART ST., NO. 61— Four or five
■L rooms, ground floor; all modern con
veniences; in fine repair: moderate rent.
TGLEHART ST., 373— Front room with
I alcove, partly furnished. Mrs. Moran.
TGLEHART ST., 69— Large furnished
x front alcove loom, suitable for two or
three gentlemen, with, all modern conven
IACKSON ST., 603— Furnished room and
«J alcove for rent, suitable for two or three,
on second floor. $10 per month, with heal;
also two single rooms, with heat, 86 per
mouth; five minutes' walk from Seventh sl
TGLEHART, 53— For rent, furnished front'
-i- room, with alcove. "
"IACKSON ST.. 627— rooms, partly
0 furnished, for light housekeeping.
YTLE TERRACE— Cedar -For rent,
one suite of rooms; also single rooms;'
with or without board;
MARTIN ST., OD5— $S rents four large" :
rooms down stairs, cellar; newly pa
pered. ■■ ■ ■
ACKUBIN ST., 222— Three or four fur
nished rooms, en suite, for housekeep
ing, on first floor, one and a half blocks from
cable; rent reasonable.
INTH ST.. 472 EAST-Furnished front
room with alcove; all modern conven
iences; suitable for two gentlemen; 818.
INTH ST.. 166. WEST— For rent, small
furnished front room, in private tam
ily : per mouth.
IV INTH ST.. 9. EAST— For rent, five
1 ~ rooms, up stairs; city water and closets.
Inquire at No. 7 East Ninth.
INTH ST., 156, WEST-Seccnd Fioor—
Nicely furnished room with parlor,
suitable for two ladies.
NINTH ST., 317 EAST- Near Broadway
— Large room. $10; heated; gentlemen
only: private family.
PINE ST.. 613— Furnished front room
PLEASANT AY., Nicely furnished
front and back parlor, with or without
board; everything modern; private family.
ICE ST., 2i9— Nicely furnished front
room, cheap, for lady or gentleman.
I? OBERT ST., 533— For Rent- A furnished
JL\ room, with furnace heat, bath and all im
provements, for $8 a month; also a small
one f0r. 54 per month.
RONDO ST., 339— For rent, pleasant,
large. Bunny front room, furnished;
very cheap for winter.
D OOMM ATE— Wonted, roommate by re
-CV spestable young lady. Address Miss N.
E. 11., care Globe.
ROOMMATE— a loommate by a
young lady: large room; bath; ceutrnlly
located. Call at once. 13;) East Seventh,
ROOMS — Very nicely furnished rooms;
steam heat, gas, bath, elevator service.
Inquire 470 Wabasha, or 407 Colonnade after
Rooms — Suite of rooms', furnished for
light housekeeping. Address II 123,
ROOMS— Two pleasantly located rooms;
steam heat. Inquire 171 Dale st.
ROOMS — Three rooms, with water, for
housekeeping: also stable for two horses.
Inquire 234 West Ninth st.
ROOM — Neatly furnished front room and
alcove; furnace heat; reasonable rent
310 Ramsey st.
ROOMS— For rent, four nice rooms; down
stairs: hard and soft water: cheap to
good parties. 453 Thomas.
ROOMS— Sherman St., 311— Three, four
and six rooms in a private house: each
separate from the other; three houses; 88 to
Ror»M — Front room, suitable for two;
XV furnace heat; use of bath. Call at 3SS
North Exchange st.
ROOMS — Two connecting front rooms;
gas. furnace heat and bath. Inquire 612
Carroll st., corner Dale.
ROOMS— Three unfurnished rooms for
rent. Call 162 Wabasha st
ROOM — Handsomely furnished room, with
alcove, modern conveniences, suitable,
for two gentlemen; Dayton ay.. near Mac
kubiu; references exchanged. Address Z 128,
ROOM — For rent, furnished front room,
with bath. Inquire 214 East Fourteenth.
ROOM— Furnished; suitable for two per
sons; references exchanged. Address
H 120, Globe.
ROOM— A widow would like to rent to a
gentleman a nicely furnished room and
alcove, with steam heat. Address S 126,
ROOMS— For rent, four rooms: twelve
minutes' walk from Seventh and Jack
son; 18.30 month. Address IV 340, Globe.
ROOMS— For rent, three or four comfort
able rooms, cheap, with city water and
cistern aud good cellar; good location.. Call
209 East Seventh st.
ROOMS — For rent, three unfurnished
rooms, city water and sewer; rent,
53.50. Inquire 1t52 Farrington ay.
ROOMS— Large front room, with alcove,
furnished for three or four gents; with
or without board; gas and bath. Call at 358
East Tenth st
ROOMS— A suite of furnished rooms for
rent for gentlemen, with heat. ' In
quire 151 W. Seventh St., near Seven corners.
ROOMS— For rent, two furnished rooms
for houskeeping. 512; also, furnished
parlor, 88. Room 3D, Forepaugh block.
ROOMS— For rent, three or four rooms,
furnished complete for housekeeping,
at 84 a room: private family; also seven
room house at 312 and ten-room at 522. In
quire 823 East Third St.
ROOMS— For rent, double steam-heated
room: modern; every convenience:
very central location; also single room; rent
reasonable. Call 562 St. Peter. Flat 2.
ROOMS— For rent, five rooms furnished
for light housekeeping. Call at office.
Room 3, 22tS East Seventh st.
ROOMS— Three furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; fine location for dress
maker. Call 543 Wabasha.
ROOMS — Unfurnished rooms for rent
suitable for housekeeping. Apply A.
Winter, 6 East Ninth st.
ROBERT ST., 59?— Furnished front
rooms, with or without board; gentle
men or ladies.
SELBY AY., 251— Nicely furnished front
alcove room; also side" room, furnished
or unfurnished; all modern conveniences;
with or without board.
QEVENTH ST.. 228 EAST— Fine large fur-
O nished rooms at low prices, suitable for
two, three or four gentlemen; also small
rooms. ■ |
SEVENTH ST.. 211, EAST— nicely
KJ furnished front rooms for rent.
SEVENTH, 279, EAST— Entrance on Ros
—Two unfurnished rooms for house
keeping; rent cheap.
OHERBURNE AY., 450— Four rooms and
O barn for rent: two rooms for rent. . .'
SIB LEY ST., 533— Furnished or unfur
nished rooms; cheap for winter.
SIXTH ST., 260, WEST— Between Smith :
and Pleasant Ays.— Furnished rooms,
with bath, hot and cold water and gas; mod
erate rent. t
MITU AY., 137— nicely furnished
O rooms with all modern conveniences in .'
private family. ■ ■r
SMITH AY., 147— Nice furnished rooms
for rent cheap.
ST. ANTHONY AY., 179— Up stairs for
rout. " £
ST. PETER ST.. Ryan Block— For
rent, t to nicely furnished rooms, with
gas, bath .:id steam, heat, suitable for two
ST. PETER ST., 5C6-For rent furnished
room; steam heat; suitable tor two gen
tlemen. • - .
ST. PETER ST., 387 — Comfortable fur
nished rooms steam beat; electric light;
use of bath.
ST. PhTEK ST.. 556— large furnished
rooms, with all modern conveniences.
SUMMIT -AY., 26 — Nicely furnished
t3 rooms; pleasant location; modern con
veniences; with or withont board.
SUMMIT AY., 86— For. rent, pleasant fur
nished rooms, cheap; use of bath.
rpENTH ST., 114 WEST— A neatly fur-
JL nished room, with closet; price reason
able^ - - ■
TENTH ST., 97, WEST— One furnished
-L room for rent ; $4 per month.
' ' ltooms. :
'■pENTHST.. 357 EAST— Corner Olive—
'.L Front room, nicely furnished, heated;
private family; cheap to young lady.
rpilIKD ST.. 833, EAST— rent, down
JL stairs; city water: iv good repair.
rpHOJIPSON AY., 36— Nicely furnished
JL rooms for light housekeeping; all mod
npWELFTII ST., 58 EAST— For rent, two
JL unfurnished rooms for light housekeep
ing, to party without children. - -
LTTOPIA— 193 St. Peter-Nicely furnished
l rooms, single or en suite; modern
improvements. ■ .
WANTED— One or two gentlemen or two
ladies to rent nicely furnished front
loom in private family. SJI Patrick's Villa,
near Bradley. ■ .
ALNUT ST., 3>5 — Nice-furnished
rooms, heated. S3 and $4 per month.
ILLIA3IS. 281 — Corner Pine — First
floor, four nice rooms, with cellar,
shed and city water; rent cheap.
UJ ABASH A ST., ' 388— Over Mussetter's
Drug Store— A nice front room, with
steam heat, for rent.
ABASH A, Very comfortable front
VV room for winter, suitable for two, SlO
per month; modern conveniences.
A BASH A, 52:V_— Coruer'Tenth St.—
Furnished rooms for rent; place quiet.
117 ABASH A, 523i£— Corner Tenth. St.—
VV Furnished rooms for rent : place quiet.
WASHINGTON ST.. 5(57 NORTH— Two
nice furnished rooms for rent.
WESTERN AY.. 131- Near Laurel— For
rent, a small furnished room in private
DO YOU NEED • HOES ?-If so, read
coupon on eighth page.
OTOR!' AND DWELLING. No. 492 Mis-
O sissippi: city water and sewerage. lu
quire next door. 406 Mississippi. .
STOKES— For rent East Seventh, 20. 167;
Jackson St., 440, 440; barn, 182 Eighth,
for rent. Stees & Co.
STORE for rent: good location forgroeery,
dry goods, Dakery ■ and creamery busi
ness; rent cheap. Inquire at 507 West Sev
BARN for two horses and carriage. Call
', BOARD OFFERED.
BOARD. ROOM- Men. Si week: ladies,
S3 week; heat included; use of parlor.
217 Grove. ■■ ■ ■
BOARD— For rent, with board, one large
front room with alcove, bath and fur
nace heat, nicely furnished, suitable for lady ■
and gentleman, or two gentlemen, iv private
family; terms reasonable. Inquire at 553
BOARD— 341 Washington StNorth—
furnished second-story front room, witu
large alcove, and board.
BOARD— First-class room aud board, with
bath. 582 Jackson st. ;
BO I)— Private family on St. Anthony
hill has pleasant room with board for
gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, at
moderate price. Address P 123, Globe.
BOARD— For rent, very desirable front
room with board; also room suitable
for one: rent low. 257 Seitiy nv.
BOARD — Beautifully located, elegantly
furnished, provided with steam heat
and gas, this house oilers superior induce
ments to parties desiring comfortable quar
ters ' wiili first-class board. Address S 777,
Globe. • • ■
BOARD— For rent, nice front suite, newly
papered and furnished; gas, heat and
bath ; also first-class table board ; reasonable
to good parties for the winter. 148 Pleas
BOARD— To rent, comfortably furnished
room? with board. 522 Cedar st.
HOARD— Furnished rooms, with board. in
JT/ large modern bouse; steam-heated
rooms. 210 East Ninth st
BOARD— Furnished room and board in
-D private German family; Catholic pre
ferred; references required. Address A 126,
BOARD and nice furnished front alcove
room to rent; nil modern conveniences;
home comfort; moderate price: in a private
German family. 544 Canada St., near Tenth
BOARD— Furnished alcove room.. suitable
for three, with first-class home table;
&20 per month. Address L 128, Globe.
BOARD— Two front rooms, with board:
furnace heat, bath and gas. 228 East
Tenth st. : .
BOARD OFFERED— A large front alcove
XJ room with board; suitable for two. 64
East Eleventh st.
BOARD — Furnished rooms, with table
board; terms reasonable. 524 Cedar st,
BOARD — Pleasant furnished front rooms,
gas, bath and furnace heat, with first
class boar-l. 158 Pleasant ay.
BOARD— Two front rooms for rent with
board : one on the first floor. 633 Waba
BOARD— For rent, choice front rooms,
well furnished, with board. Those who
wish day board only can De well accommo
dated at 145 Pleasant ay.
BOARD — Furnished room and board in
private German family; Catholic pre
ferred; references required. Address A 126,
CALL on St. Paul Cartage Company lor
furniture moving: also coal or wood to
be hauled by ton or carload, at 560 Jackson;
pARPKT CLEANING AND LAYING.
vv Electric Carpet-Cleaning Works, 359
West Third st. Tel. 1200. ■
II ORSESHOEING — Owing to the great
JJL increase in our business, we have Deen
compelled to open a branch horseshoeing
establishment at No. 492 Selby aw, so as to
make it more convenient for our many pa
trons on tbe hill; persons owning fine horses
and wishinz first-class work done by practi
cal mechanics can secure the same by giving
us a call; we guarantee all work. Ryan &
Sweeney. 352 Minnesota st.
LADY, twenty-nine, recently left a large
paying hotel and unable to mauage it,
wishes to marry a good man of business
ability; money no object Miss Hamilton,
Box B. 157 Washington st. Chicago.
LADIES:— The Toilet Specialties Co. give
-1 treatments for developing and enlarging
the bust Call or send stamp for particulars.
574 Wabasha st. .
|VTASQUERADE AND TAEATER COS
i"JL tumes, wigs and grease paint. Mrs.
Louisa Neitmann, 56 East Seventh st,
PECIAL ATTENTION— if you
wish to have your hair dressed in "the
latest styles, call at the Elite Hnirdressing
Parlors, 406 Wabasha st. ; also special atten
tion given to face massage andomanicuriug.
STORES A7if> FIXTURES
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES AND BIL
LIARD SUPPLIES; Wareroom 403 and 4o7;
Office and Factory 411 and 413 Fifth avenue
e«tbt Minneapolis, Mica
■ rt___ ■■inii | ■■!* M t*\n\ np'i'ii *- -
AN AUi'TIONEEit wishes to buy a stock
of merchandise; also will sell same at
auction; business strictly coufideutial. Ad
dress V 127, Globe. - . .
BUSINESSES of tan kind for sale or ex
■O Change: restaurants, boarding bouses,
furnished lints, dairy, furnishing goods, ciL-ar
and confectioneries, etc.. from Slo> up. Also
some cheap houses for rent. J. W. Shafer,
206 Manhattan Building. _^
OK SALE OH TRADE- Three-story
thirty-room hotei.doing splendid business,
cheap and on easy terms; good livery barn
in connection. Address Western House,
Worthiuglon, Minn.. Nobles County.
FOX SALE— Job printing office at your
own price; don't miss this. G 125, Globe.
t^OK SALE— A small drug store in good
location; low rent: good opportunity
for druggist with $500 cash. Address J 129,
~]Y° TAX OR WO.; R— Want a person
ll who will invest about S7,i>oo at 7to 15
per cent interest, payable monthly in ad
vance; no tax required. Address T 129,
WASTED- To buy grocery store, me
dium-sized, "or a cigar store in a ho
tel;" give full particulars, location and
price. L 128, Globe Office.
VI7ANTiSD— To duv or rent a furnished
V* hotel. Address P. O. Box 2itsS, St.
WANTED— A woman of business ability
to go partnership in boarding house;
house paying all expenses; must have 55200
or $300 in cash. Address W 124, Globe.
\T7ANT«-.l>-S2,l()i to S3.OM in business
»V paying 53,000 or more per year. Address
X 12$, Globe.
<£*-) R(\t\ STAPLE DRY GOOD 5. one
<&d<,U\J\J half cash, balance trade: $4,000
boots and shoes, one-half cash, balance
trade; $10,003 hotel, furnished, rising live
town, lor clear 'amis; clear 160 acres in Wa
seca county, Minn., improved with new
buildings, for boot and shoe stock. List your
stock for sale: the only agent in the North
west that advances money on; stocks and
warrants sale. Ilobart the Land Man, Guar
auty Building. Minneapolis.
V HONEY *]
£ May be tlsht and hard to get. bat 5
x you can get all you want by asking t
9 for it through the Globe Finan- 9
4 cial Columns, to either buy or sell d
0 STOCKS, BONDS, i
a mortgages. i
* BANK stocks, 5
? GOVERNMENT BONDS, <?
P of any kind or character that the &
a financial world ha* to offer or to in
a get rid of. %
BANK STOCKS a specialty: bonds, com
1J mercial paper mortgages, securities
bought and sold. George W. Jeuks, Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
LOANS on Furniture, Pianos, Diamonds,
etc. 13-14 First National Bank Building.
MONEY i.oax on life insurance po
1»1- icies; or bought. L. P. Van Normau
1 • Guaranty Lean Building, Minneapolis,
MONEY to loan on diamonds, etc. ; chattel
mortgage loans. 5a East Fifth st.
MONKY LOANED on personal property,
1»-L household goods, pianos, watches,
diamonds, etc., in amounts from $10 to 530.
American Mortgage Loan Company, Koom 7.
First National Bank, Corner Fourth and
Jackson sts. ; take elevator.
11l ONEY ON HAND to loan on city prop
xT-L erty and farms: lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moritz. 1013 Pioneer Press.
M ONEY in any amount to loan on chattel
i»-l mortgage. 53 East Fifth.
Money loaned on diamonds, watches, pianos,
furniture or goods in storage at lowest rates,
and email monthly return payments; notes
and mortgages bought; most private loan
rooms in the City. Ohio Investment Com*
pany, 132 Globe Building; lake elevator.
WANTED— Loan of $275 for six months
on personal property; first-class se
curity; will pay good interest. Address G
eOfin SSOJ.SI.ODO AND $2,000 to loan on
ijJOUU, St. Paul property. W. A. Max
well, 638 Endicott Building.
*^>tJ\J^\J\J\J desirable business property
or on choice residence property well located; '
low rate of interest and no delay. E. M. &
It. L. Ware, 303 Pioneer Press Building.
DANCING SCHOOL, corner East Sev
enth and Cedar, over Yerxa's store,
third floor; class Tuesday and Thursday
evenings; children's class Saturday after
noon: special rates to pupils joining before
Nov. 15, 1603. M. E. Currau. teacher.
FNSTKUCTION IN FAINTING— Terms
J. reasonable. Mrs. L. E. Porter, 296 Selby ay.
MISS HAAS begs to inform her students
of her return from the East, and is now
ready to receive pupils in Delsarte. elocu
tion and all dramatic training. Studio, 340
PRIVATE LESSONS given in bookkeep
ing and arithmetic by au expert ac
countant: price moderate; best references.
Call at 702 Manhattan Building.
T. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC
and Art. 26 East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar and mandolin taught.
Lessons given in drawing and painting. Call
or send for prospectus?.
HiS GLOBE BUSINESS COLLEGE is
the only complete business school in
the city. You don't have to go to Minneap
olis to learn telegraphy, shorthand, or book
keeping there. The Globe Business College
is fully prepared to impart a thorough busi
ness education. If you are looking for busi
ness education, call on F. A. Maron, of Globe
Business College, Endicott Building.
WANTED— Young lady student in tele
graph office to learn telegraphy. Ad
dress W 126. Globe.
DXCHASGh'-A fourteen-room boarding
J-J house, near capitol; nice furnished
rooms: cheap rent; fine house; will sell
cheap for cash also. Address W 122. Globe.
OK EXCHANGE— CIear Los Angeles
property for Minneapolis. D.D.Webster,
owner. 322 ilennepin ay., Minneapolis.
rpo EXCHANGE— WiII trade the equity
x in one or more fine residence lots. Ad
dress J 127, Globe.
TO EXCHANGE— CIear lots In St. Paul
X ' for cattle or sound hors es. Address L
/po EXCHANGE— To get into business. I
-L will exchange my 300-acre farm, with
stock and machinery, for a good, clean stock
of merchandise of about Sl'-'.OOO; no better
stock and grain farm in Minnesota, near rail
road and but a short Tide from the Twin
Cities. Address Z 129. Globe, St. Paul, Minn.
TO EXCHANGE — Elegant gold filled
gent's watch, Elgin movement, for base
burner stove. Address 597 West Seventh st.,
TO EXCHANGE — Small cottage, four
rooms, on Lawson, near Forest st. ; will
exchange equity for a good team of horses,
harness and wagon. J. E. Froiseth & Co.,
.626 Payne ay.
WANTED— and lot In exchange
for farm. 11l East Seventh. J. M.
GOOD THING FOB SORE FEET—
Good Luck Salve— lf your druggist does
not keep it, send or call on W. H. Lockwood,
chiropodist, St. Paul, Minn.; 25c, 50c and $1 ,
box. . .
The Result of Advertising in "TfaeGlobe Want Columns.
I FOR SALE.
DOOKCASE— Fine cherry revolvine book
*-» case, good as new, for Bale cheap at 3*4
C^APK— A lady's fur cape for sale at roar
' price. Room 10, Globe Building.
CANARIES— Fine singers. De Cou & Co.,
21 West Third st. •;-"
pOAL STOVES for sale; pood for store
v^ use ; good, large size. 422 W'abasha st.
pooKING KANGE-Excellent second-
x -^ hand steel wrought.six covers.two ovens.
Apply at Flat 7, Seville.
/CURIOSITY— For sale, a fine curiosity
v> wish painting; a great drawing card for
museum or store show; call or dress J. M.
Smith, room 4S, Florence block, corner Rice
and Wabasha sts.
DfcSKS— A flat and roll-top; swivel office
chairs: Columbia bicycle: for sale very
cheap. Room 10. Globe Building.
DESK — Roll-top desk, cherry, for sale'
cheap a: 384 Minnesota.
I -JOG FOX SALE-Black spaniel. De Cou
■1/ & Co., 21 West Third .st.
SLOWER POTS -Cheap. De Cou & Co
-F 21 West Third st.
FOXHOUND- For sale, pedigreed fox
hound bitch: broke on rabbits: also four
of her fine puppies; all lor &>O. Frank Cyr,
driver chemical 3. George St., West St. Paul.
FURNITURE of three rooms cheap; all
new. Inquire 930 Carroll st.
I^URNITURI — Several cook stoves, Rndi
ant Home heating stove, gasoline stove,
bedroom suit, couch, extension table for
sale at your price. Room 10, Globe Building.
FURNITURE— gale, a bargain, fold
bed, bureau, extension table, dining
room chairs, refrigerator and other house
hold effects: handsome ana uearly new:
party leaving city; can be seen evenings and
Sunday at "The Baltimore." corner Laurel
ay. and St. Albans st.. Flat So. 5-
C^OLDFISH-i: c fur Monday. De Cou &
J Co.. 21 West Third st.
OLD FISII-I will sell today, Saturday
the 2Sth of Octcber. gold fish for 25c a
pair. Bird Store. So. 'J5 East Third st.
LUMIJV.R— For sale, old lumber at 142
LJ East Eighth st.
jl/l API.X AND IJIKCH * LOOKING at
i'-t Jackson and 14th sts. Thompson & Co.
MONKEY— For sale, a fine ringtail
monkey, cheap. J. M. Smith, room
48, Florence block, corner Rice and Waba
OVERCOAT— For sale for cash, fine, new
ly made-over buffalo coat; medium size.
Address P 126, Globe.
PIANO— A person having taken a good up
right piano on a debt, and having no use
for same, would like to sell it. L 127. Globe.
PIANO— $175 buys a Gabler upright piano
-1- almost as good as new; a great bargain
Call on S. W. liaudeubush & Co.. 380 Waba
DIANO— S22S buys a Knabe upricht piano;
■L a great bargain, call on Raudeubush &
Co., 383 Wnbasha st.
PIANO— For sale, good square piano,
monthly payments, for le>s than you
would pay for rent. J 125, Globe.
SEWING MACHINE— A standard make
sewing machine for sale at any price
you will give for it. Room 10, Globe Build-
liWING MACHINES — For sale, one
new and two second-hand sewing ma
chines. cheap, at 153 Sherburne ay.
OTABLK FIXTURES— De Cou &Co 21
1-7 WestTnird st.
STOVE — Base burner, with oven, cheao.
Inquire SGI Francis st. ' \? •
STOVK— Large heating stove for store, at
227 Rofido st.
Stoves — coal and one wood heating
stoves; nearly new; cheap. 478 East
Ninth st. -
-*- in perfect working order, for sale at Sls.
IRE OFFICE RAILING-St Paul
Wire Works. 21 West Third st.
WIRE WINDOW GUARDS — St. Paul
Wire Works. 21 West Third st.
WILL TAKE $100 in board on piano
111 East Seventh. J. M. Smith.
HOUSES ARI> CARRIAGES
A GOOD cheap horse, lumber wagon,
double harness, old and new buggies,
and new single harness, for sale at any price
to sell. Call room 10, Globe building.
ATTENTION is called to our large assort
ment of fine secondhand heating
stoves. Kavanagh & Johnson, ISC, 188 and
100 East Sixth st.
NEWLY PAINTED TOP BUGGY—
A NEWLY PAINTED TOP lICOUV-
S'10; fine three-quarter rood wagon; two
single harnesses, cheap. 44-1 Robert st.
A SPAN of fine horses for sale cheap. Cap
ital Loan Company, Room 12, Schuuc
CASH PAID for horses, buggies, har
nesses, wagons, sleighs, etc. \VI::s!ow
& Zimmerman, 116 Fifth st. south, Minne
FINE THREE-YEAR-OLD COLT—
Will trade for good second-hand square
piano. 11l East Seventh. J. M. Smith.
FOR SALE— Matched team black horses.
I- coming four and five years old, cheiip if
taken at once; no blemish. Address Lock
Box 4, bhakopee, Minn.
FOR SALE— Fine driving mare cheap;
afraid of nothing; lady can drive her
anywhere. Call at 272 Rice St.. Room 1.
FOR SALE— Two (2) genera! purpose,
1.200 pounds, horses: drive single or
double; at Dr. Pomeroy's, Eighth and Sibley,
FOR SALE— Good roadster; can trot in
3:20; sound aud good driver; will sell at
half-price, cash or time. Address W 125,
I^Olt SALE— horse; weight 850;
1. can pace in 2:50 or better. Address W
FOR SALE — seven-year-old bay horse,
sound and afraid of nothing; a good
driver: weight, 1,000. 160 University.
C OR SALE— Almost new top buggy, very
X? cheap: will trade for typewriter or square
piano. 11l East Seventh. J. M. Smith.
ORSES "WINTERED at stables one
mile east of the city box or single stalls,
and the very best of care guaranteed: chill
taken from water: plenty of room and feed;
terms reasonable, and best of references
given: horses called for and delivered. Ad
dress W. F. Guerusay. Box £68. St. Paul.
TEA3I wanted to board for winter. In-
JL quire Z 1-0. Globe.
LOST AJ?I> FOU3I>.
A T TENTION Is called to our large assort
A ment of fine secondhand heating
stoves. Kavauagh & Johnson, 186, lbs and
1110 East Sixth st. -
RESS WAIST LOST -Lady's satin
dress waist, on Isabel or South Wabasha
st. : finder please leave at 527 Brewster ay.
and receive reward.
DOG LOST— Rough-coated St Bernard
dog. two and a half months old: reward
of $10 will be given if returned to 258 Bates
ay.. and no questions asked.
MONEY LOST— Lost, 565; $10 reward} if
• left at this office.
DONY FOUND — Running at large, a
XT pony; owner can have by proving
property "and paying expenses. 582 Thomas st.
PUP LOST— white bull terrier pup,
three months old; lemon spot on head.
Return to 456 Pleasant ay. aud receive re
ward. ' .
RING LOST— Near Hastings, on morning
of Sept. 12, by dropping from the Bur
lington train, a gentleman's diamond ring.
Full value of the ring will be paid to any one |
returning to W. E. Magraw, Globe counting
31. TEMPLK, 'Jo Germania Life In3ur
• elcc Building, expert aud auditworJc
AUCTION SALES. 'j
— —^ <
* Going Away |
A And don't want to store your fur- %
i niture for the summer because you xt
r expect to have new furnishings in £i
$ the fall ? Good sales aud princely a
k prices can be obtained by adver- A
\ tisiujr your J£-
A Household Furniture, Stoves, ' £
g Kitchen Furniture, /tinges, g
5 Far/or Furniture, Dishes JT"
x Dining Room Furniture, and V
t[ Bed Room Furniture, Chairs, 5
x Or anything else you want to sell, by 5
& letting the public snow it through the #
4 Auction Columns of the Globs. . ■jf
E. Hallo way, Auctioneer. -1
ASSIGNEE SAL!-; by auction of house
ti. and lot on St. Anthony ay.. Xo. 305: sale?
will take place on the premises Monday, Oet*'
30. at 10 o'clock a. m. : terms of sale will be
all cash above one certain mortgage of $2,50(1
at 7 per cent. Further particulars and in
formation given at the office of the assignee.!
The house is a two-story, eight-room frama
structure, with bath, closets, fireplace and'
other modern conveniences, nil in good con-,
ditiou. The property must be sold to settle
up the estate of the insolvent St. Paul Har
ness company. It will make porno one a
good home, and will be sold on the premise*
at the time above stilted to the highest bid-'
der, the sale being subject to confirmation'
by the district court. E. Holloway, Auc
tioneer, lleury Rothschild, Assignee, 319
Pioneer Press building.
Karauush & Johnson, Auction
JEWELRY AUCTION SALE— 377 Wa«
biishu St., Near Postoffice. Wednesday,
Nov. 1, 10 a. m.— The owner of the P. F. Egau
assigned jewelry stock will close it out al
public auction. This stock has been stored
at 382 Robert st. since assignment last March,
and the diamonds and most valuable watches
have been exchanged into clocks, bronzes,
silverware, cutlery, knives. forKs, spoons,
etc. These, with the general iine of jewelry
and watches, make a volume of high-gradtf
goods seldom offered in this way. Secure?
your holiday goods now; ladies especially
invited; store comfortable and chairs pro«
vided, sales 10 a. m. and 2 and 7::;0p. m.
dirily. Kavanagh & Johnson, Auctioneers;
Col. T. E. Dawson, salesman. • j
lieu Levy* the Auctioneer. . )
EXTRAORDINARY FINE FURNIW
J-i ture Sale at Auction— l will sell nt auc
tion, commencing Thursday, Nov. 2, at 10 a,
m. and 2:3) p. at. daily, at ttio store No. 108
East Seventh street, a line line of furniture,
consisting of 50 bedroom suits. 6 parlor suits;'
about 2."i heating stoves, 30 odd cook stove*
and ranges, Vi sideboards, 8 wardrobes, a
nice line of solid oak center and extension 1 :
tables, 20 single and bed lounges, 0 folding
beds, a large line of rocking and dining
room chairs, body Brussels and ingrain,,
carpets, springs, mattresses and pillows,
crockery, glassware and tinware, and a lot of
other articles too numerous to mention. l
Everybody in search of bargains should at»
tend those sales by every means. i Ben Levy,'
Jebb &■ Scliaucr, Auctioneers. 1
URNITURE AND COAL STOVES
at public auction Tuesday rnorniuer. Oct.
--31, at 10 o'clock, at our furniture auction
rooms, No. 85, 87 and S9 East Third st. A very
find and largo lot of all kinds of household
furniture; about fifty bedroom suits and
forty rockers and chairs, tine mirrors and
pier glasses, one pir.no and organ, about
fifty co:il and wood heaters, pictures. 1
etc., extension tables, bookcase and
shelves, ingrain and Brussels carpets, etc. ;
parties in search of bargains should attend
this sale. Jebb & Schauer, Auctioneers, S3,'
87 and 89 East Third St., and 42'J Wabtisha su
AUCTION of S. Frank's Stock of Cloth
ing: positively going out of the cloth
ing business. Auction hours, 10:30 a. m.,'
2:30 and 7 p. in., and will continue daily un
til the entire stock of 816,500 worth of men's]
and boys' doming, furnishing goods, hat 3'
and caijs is sold. Goods will bo sold at pri
vate sale at any time during the day. Coma ■ •
and Duyjgoorts at your own price. Remem
ber, this sale is bona. fide. SI and .'3 East
Seventh St., near Cedar. E. Hollow ay, Auc
WAITED TO RUT. :
BAKE OVEN— to buy, a good
second-hand portable bake oven. 11. 8,,
250 West Third st. ■
(CLOTHING— Wanted, to buy second-hand'
J clothing; will cull for stiine. 130 East
Sixth St., opposite Ryan hotel. ' '
FOLDING BED— Wanted, to buy an up
right folding bed; antique oak; must bo
cheap for ensh. Address N 125, Globe.
(-i YM.NASIUM OUTFlT— Wanted, a first
VX class second-hand gymnasium outfit.'
Address R. L. Cramb, 703 St. George St., St.-
Cloud, Minn. '.
ICE BOX— Wanted, to buy a larce ice box;
X must be chaap. Apply X 123, Globe. ,
STOVE— Wanted to buy, second-hand,
cook stove: must be cheap and in good;
repair; give description and price. Address
N 126, Globe. "'■'•''••-■••.
STOKE FIXTURES — Wanted, second*
hand shelving and counter scaies. 8
and 11 Grand Central Market. •
Showcases — Wanted, to buy show-
O cases, back cases with glass fronts, and
counter, cheap for cash. J 124. Globe.
\T7 ANTED-A good modern residence, with,
V V large grounds, in a desirable locality
in exchange for clear unimproved farming
lands. Might assume osinall incumbrance.'
Address Box 70, Long Prairie. Minn.
AM. GILLETTE has just returned from
• three weeks' trip to tho world's fair;;
is ready to receive her customers with all tb.9
fall styles. 14 West Tenth st. ■ J
I'iRESSMAIi.ING wanted by au expo-
XJ rienced dressmaker at home or in fam
ilies. Call 272 Rice st. Room 1.
I^RESSaiAKING— Most stylish fall and
LJ winter suits made to order for SI.OO. Ad
dress Z IJS. Globe. ;
DRESSMAKING — Wanted, dresses to;
make in families; nine years" expert-^
encc; the best of lailor-h'ttiug anl Paris
fashion books. Address G 122, Globe.
MADAME MARIE FAVKE, Cti Waba
sha st, announces to the ladies that
she will make stylish dresses from §:» up.
A I LOU SUITS AT UAlii) TIMES*
Prices— the nest thirty days I will
make suits ior from $25 to 550. It. L. Da
Long, Room No. 'Z'\ Maunhcimer Building,
over SchlieK's Shoe Store, Sixth st.
MISS M. A. tjCIIECKJSEK. .SCIEX
title face massage, respectfully an
nouncesahe opening of her parlors at Room
•1, New Maniiheimor Building.
Mrs. BALDWIN removes snperfluoma
hair, moles, etc, by electricity: only
positive and permanent remedy known; five
years" experience; references given. Webber
Block, Sixth and Washington sts.; in the
same block as the Misses Pierce.
ft | RS. VAN O'ULENlS— Massage and
i»A manicuring; hours. 9 a.-m. to 5:30 p. m.
Room 11, Qermauia Bank, sih and WaDasha
(iLOAKS made to order; tailor cut mid
-^ first-class work guaranteed. 45 College
ay. west _^ ■ ■
HE SCHULTZ CLOAIi COMPANY,
370 Robert St., up stair.*, fastiionable
cloakmakers; remolding of fur, plush an d
cloth garments at short notice.
GREAT PIANO BABGAJDf.
ONE ELEGANT upright Decker Bros
piano, stylo 16, at about one-half its
value; it has only been used a few months;
must be sold soon. It. C. Hunger, lift East
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