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The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People`s Wants.
HETTY GREEKS SOfI
HE HAS AW AMBITION TO BE RE
PUBLICAX GOVKKXOK OF
HAS PLENTY OF FRIENDS
BIJT EVEN THEY CAN NOT ASSURE
HIS ELECTION EVEN IF HE
BEGAN AS A SECTION BOSS
After Squandering Sl^.lMM) in Three
Mouths- Iteinarkuble Career
TERRELL, Texas, June 27.— Did all
the voters in Texas know Edward H.
R. Green as well as do the people in
this part of the state there would be
no doubt of his being the next gov
ernor. Mr. Green is the son of the
famous Hetty Green, whose wealth is
estimated at something more than
$40,000,000 and something less than
$60,000,000. He has an ambition to be
governor of Texas, and his mother is
said to be as much concerned about it
as he is. No one along the' line of the
Texas Midland railroad conceives that
youns Green would make anything but
a first-class governor. The only draw
back to his hopes is the fact that he
is a Republican and would, or will, run
on the Republican ticket, and those are
few who can be persuaded that a Re
publican can be elected governor of
this state. Still, Mr. Green is not
averse to tnrrng. and his friends— ;he
has many — will work hard in his cause.
SPENT $1,000 A WEEK.
2-fed Green, as he is familiarly known,
is not the typical son of his rich
parents. His mother had enough money
to set him up with a racing yacht and
stnd him over to buy champagne for
the prince of Wales. But she didn't.
She preferred to make him a railroad
president, but desired to test him first.
His boyhood days were spent in a New
York Latin school, and he was then
sent to the Jesuits' college at Fordham.
In 1887, when he was graduated from
that university, he was a bright boy
of 18, who had seen some of the gay
eties of New York, but who had not
passed through college without learn
ing- something from his books. He re
turned to his mother, and was asked
what he would like to t'o.
"Well, mother," said Ned, "I think I
would like, first of all, to take a vaca
tion and have a good time. About
three months would be enough 1
At the end of three months he would
be willing 1 to accept whatever sugges
tions his mother had to make. How
much money did he think he would
need for his expenses while resting?
He thought that about $1,000 a- week
would puit him. Mrs. Green turned to
her secretary and told him to place
$12,000 to Mr. Green's credit, and Ned
started out to enjoy his vacation. For
twelve weeks Mrs. Green saw or heard
nothing of her boy. On the last day
of. the last month young Green returned
to his mother and reported himself
ready for work. On this occasion Mrs.
Green did not consult her son's wishes |
a3 to just what sort of employment !
woujd suit him.
"I want,' 1 she said, turning to her
clerk, "those papers about the Con
GREEN'S SALARY $45 A MONTH.
The clerk handed her a bundle of
folded and backed documents. She se
lected one from the bundle and gave
it to her son. When he examined it he
found that it was an appointment mak
ing E. H. R. Green the foreman of a
railroad section gang in Vermont. As
a compensation for his labor in this
aesthe-tic occupation Edward was to re
ceive $45 a month. He did not chew his '
pill. He gulped it and struck out like
a man for his job. A tough job he
found it. His section was one of the
roughest on the road. The drop from
$4,000 a month spending money to $45
a month wages was a rather difficult
matter to adjust, and the first month's
end he was $40 in debt. He wrote to
his mother for a remittance, but the
mother didn't remit. "Not a single
cent," was the only message he re
ceived in reply. Then he buckled
down, cut his expenses, and in three
months his debt was paid.
MADE HIM A SUPERINTENDENT.
One day Mrs. Green rolled along in
her private car and stopped for a chat
on the roadside with Ned. She was
favorably impressed with his progress,
and that night promoted him superin
tendent of the division at a salary of
$100 a month. In this capacity he la
bored hard for a year and called home
to receive his reward. Mrs. Green, as
good a judge of men as of stocks and
bonds, saw that her son had the proper
stuff in him and took him into her con
fidence. Ills surroundings changed as
by magic, and now, instead of bossing
rude laborers about and soiling his at
tire with mud and cinder dust, he
found himself daily in consultation
with bank directors and railroad pres
idents. He was presently made a di
rector of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad
and became the personal friend of
money kincrs and railroad magnates
NOW A RAILROAD PRESIDENT.
Mrs. Green bought the Texas Midland
railroad and sent her son to Texas to
he its president and general manager.
That he is a capable railroad mart is
known by the rapid development of the
Midland since he has had control of it.
Under his wise management its profits
havo increased 400 per cent. He im
proved the service in all its brancfies.
Ho put in new ties, seventy-pound rails,
and made the roadbed the best in the
South. This was the first road to adopt
the use of electricity for illumination
purposes. It is now the only road in
the South whose cars are lit by the
Mr. Green brought new forces to bear
on the development of his road, the
mos: potent of which was his contact
with the people. He likes to meet the
men and women along the line of his
read, a7;d to give them what they ask
for. There Is no man in Texas that
hat m*t Ned Green that does not like
him. He is what is called a good fellow
in every sense of the word. His liber
ality in a proverb, and wherever he goes
these s round him feel the influence of
his money. Like Harry Hotspur, he
Js vri'tlinnr to give much to a friend, but
when it conies to a business transaction
112 will crvll on the ninth part of a hair.
Betides looking after the Texas Mid
lari'l, Mr. Green handles all his mother's '
properties west of the Hudson. That
tne.'.TiS much. Of ibis properly about
58.0C0.000 or 510,000,090 ia located in Cali
fornia. JS.OCO.O'JO In Texas, $2,000,000 in
St. l-ouis anO $IS,OCC,OOO or $20,000,000
Physicar.y young Green is a giant.
He is at least two inches more than
six feet in height, v.n<\ weighs in the ;
rcclrrhljorheod oi' ?S0 pounds. He Is !
s-trf.iprht as a poplar, d-^p of chest and
strong: of limb. He is mn«ter of the
thecry pnd practice cf .railr<?acl]r«s. ITe
can dirwt a ?*»i!rcnd, or dor.nlnsr over
alls an'l Jumper, car. take hoJd of a j
locon'.c-t'vo F.Tt'i run It with the best '
engineer on the load.
Tho Texas MiJlanc? road Is in close
to'.-ch vff'.tn Dr.f r«eopl~ iilonrr it3 "i'r>e"
srd 11-.e people have a g?au:.ij af^c-
tion for its management. Young Green
would have more than wealth to back
him in the race for governor were he
to receive the nomination. He would
have the personal good will of every
one that knows him.
WATER-INCASED PRISON CELL,.
Provided with a Guard Which Never
N>Blect« Itm Duty.
There is on exhibition in Boston a model
of a cell for prisoners from which a criminal
would find it practically impossible to at
tempt to escape without giving an alarm
that would bring a guard rushing up to his
door before either the lock or the door or the
steel tubes of which the cell is composed
were broken or even cracked, says the Phil
adelphia News. The protection is not afford
ed primarily by electricity, although elec
tricity plays a part in the device. The chief
protective agent is water, which fills every
length and every Joint in the steel tubes
forming the entire cell. Th^water is main
tained in the tubes at a certinn pressure, in
dicated on a guage in the watchman's room,
and the slightest decrease in pressure of
this water, such as would be made by the
cracking of a tube so that no more than a
cubic inch of water could escape, would re
lease the pointer on the gauge, allowing it
to turn slightly and thus make an electrical
connection with an electric bell. The bell
then rings continuously until the circuit is
broken by the watchman. At the same time
that the bell rings on an annunciator above
is shown the number of the cell where the
water is escaping from the tube.
Unlike modern cells that are made with
solid steel bars, the floors and ceiling do not*
have to be made of steel plates— through
which the crimina* can often cut his way or
on which his movements in the cell keep up
a continuous noise sufficient to make the
j cell room too noisy for the watchman to hear
| the slight sound of a saw or an auger in a
, particular cell. This new cell is a cage. The
; sides, floor, ceiling and door are all made of
j steel tubes, set so closely together that they
I could not be sprung apart to any advantage.
i Even the hinges and the bolt on the door are
! filled with water, always ready to give the
! alarm if its pressure is changed in the slight-
I est degree, yet, inclosed in such a manner
! that the prisoner cannot make any attempt
I to break or cut his way out of the cell with
out changing the pressure.
LIVES IN A ROCKER.
A Chinaman Who Carries His Home
Oakland has a taxpayer whose home is
nothing more or less than an antiquated rock
! ing chair, and who has astonished the author
ities by obeying an ordinance which, it was
■ thought, would serve to end his peculiar ways
I if enforced. The eccentric residence is a
j Chinese named Chang Wee, and he repairs
I cane-seated chairs for a livelihood, says the
i San Francisco Chronicle.
Chang Wee covers a great deal of territory
and does not consider it worth while to es
tablish himself in a house. So he carries a
sample chair with him upon his back, and
when meal time or night overtakes him he
plants himself down wherever he chances
to be and enjoys a repast of rice and prunes
or goes to sleep for the night. Chang is par
tial to highways, and many people have been
puzzled to see him huddledo up in his chair at
the side of some suburban road, calmly wait
ing for the morrow.
Some years ago Chang was told that he
could not occupy the streets at night unless
he hung out a lantern, for the law was ex
plicit on the point that obstructions should
be indicated by lights after dusk. This did
not discourage the Chinese, and he at once
secured a beacon, which he hangs from the
back of his chair now upon retiring.
Chang is a property-holder and owns a lot,
in partnership with another Chinese, on East
14th street. Nevertheless he considers him
| self too poor to afford a place in which to
| sleep and eat. He walks through Alameda
I ana Contra Costa counties, repairing chairs,
and makes fairly good wages thereby. He
has put in the last week in Oakland, and will
now strike out on his country beat, to be
gone two months.
Among the Chinese of this city he is looked
upon with suspicion, for they consider his
ways radically Inconsistent and absurd.
Nevertheless. Chang Wee is making a good
living and saving all but a mite of it.
A Dellghtfnl Trip
Via the Great Northern Railway to Minne
tonka. $1.00 tours include tour of the lake
on big steamer. City ticket offices: 199 E.
Third Street, St. Paul, and 300 Nicollet Ave
Kansas CityJs Cnrfew Law,
Kansas City World.
The cerfew ordinance will go into
effect this evening, and all boys and
girls under 15 found upon the streets
of Kansas City, Kan., without escort or
a written permit from their parents
stating that they are doing an erand
or that it is absolutely necessary for
them to be out, will be arrested. The
new ordinance provides that all chil
dren, unless by special permission,
must be off the streets by 9 o'clock
from March 1 to August 30, and before
8 o'clock from September 1 to the last
day of February. Breach of the law
will constitute a misdemeanor and be
punished by a fine of not more than
$25. The law is also aimed at the pa
rents or guardian of a child. A like
fine will be imposed upon a guardian
or parent who allows a child to be
on the streets.
Lost Life-Force Restored and
The Tobacco Vice Undermineg Vigor and
Vitality. Nervous Prostration, Gen
eral Debility Mean Tobacco
Tobacco-using is a reckless waste of
life force, money and manhood.
It is a dirty, nasty, men-wrecking
disease and every tobacco-user knows
The tobacco-user's nerves are shat
! tered and broken, his life Is going out
I of him, he's losing his grip, but No-To
i Bac, the strongest, quickest nerve ton
| ic in the world, braces his brain, nour-
I ishes his nerves, kills nicotine, makes
manhood. Summer smoking shortens
If you want to quit tobacco, gain
: strength, weight, vitality—
If you want all the time to look feel
! and act like a man-
Take No-To-Bac! Get a cure of your
money back. Over 400,000 have been
cured, and millions use No-To-Bac to
regulate tobacco-using, or purely for
. its wonderful powers as a nerve tonic
| and stimulant.
If your nerve and heart action is
| weak, no matter what the cause, take
Sold and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere. Our famous booklet,
; "Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your
! Life Away," written guarantee and
I free sample mailed for the asking. Ad
; dress The Sterling Remedy Co., Chl
j cago, Montreal or New York.
CONTRACT WOKK- PAVINO WITH AS
PHALT. BFMMTT AVT3NUE
Office of tl:« Hoard of Public Works
City of St. Pali!, Minn., June 19th 18?S
Sesled bids be received by the Board
of Pub.ie Workt in and tor the corporation of
Uio City Bf St. Paul. Mianesoia,r at UiOT !
oSfo In .*ai<l c;i>. until 2 p. ni., on tho 2nd
; cay of July, A. D.. 18M, for paving w ; th
.aa^hiU. Summit svenae from th« north Its© !
of D«:.ton avenue to the none eastern line i
or Sixth sli-ee*. produced northwesterly la j
j said city according to pleas aad spcciflc«.tiona '<
I on f»-o tn ths ?s".ce of «aid board.
> bc:.d wHU at least two (3) «nr9ties. m
; t sues of at l*as: twenty (JOl ssr c*ai, or a ■
I c«rtitiea checV oa a bsnk of St. Paul is a j
' -v.ii o* c: Ic»m. t«» 00) per cert of tbe ;
c.(*3 &a>«t:nt ill rantt acvuapacv each bid, '
zi'.A c>.»«-.Je si^'.l be rt*ae pajaMe to tht :
, ct«ri cf **id *card
<svd iotrA tew t» the right to refect any i
, . T fPM "• u OORMAN,
CWfc :*«*■ j of f «rt»?le "WoiX*.
THE SAINT PAUL CLO3E, THUUSDAY, JVhY 2, 1803.
Train* L«av» and ArrimHU Vtnti
Union Depot, Stk>l«»v st
/^^v. TICKET OFFICE
EAST THIRD ST,
Dining Can on Winnipeg and .--ST. PAUL.
Pad tic Coast Train*. Leave. Arrive,
Pacific Mail (dally > for Fargo
fiozemau.Butte. Helena, Mis
»oula. Spokane. Tacoma,
Seattle and Portland...- 2 :•"< pm 5 iSS p m
Dakota Express (dally) for
M oorhead, Fargo, J•> m esto wn,
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Crookstou, Grand Forks. Graf
ton and Win nlpeg S»00 pm 7:10 a m
Fftrsjo Local (dally except Sun
day) for Si. Cloud, Bralnerd
andFargo 3:00 am 5:30 p m
Pullman First Class and Tourist Sleepers.
nlViSll^ 385 ROBERT ST.,
JMfgfW CORNER SIXTH,
i"*_j]gng^__ (THONE 480) AND
t^&Mj&Tjfl UNION DEPOT.
Leare. | tEx. Sun. 'Daily. | Arrive.
•b:lUam s*t ■_■ | /-• a f~lf\ »7:aoam
+6:2? pm I, rl I Lv/V 111 1»U :40 am
«fr:l(pm V/ J ■ ■ Vn\JV tfirisspm
IH:](am .Duluth, Superior, Axhlaud. +6 :oopm
•31 :<ipm ....Duluth and Superior. . •6:soam
•lC:(f am Su Oily, Omaha & Kan. City •ti:ss pm
tit rff am Elmore, 8u Falls. PiDestone +€:B.'pm
+4:3(pm .TUankato. New Ulrn, Tracy. +9 :35am
tKKfam vtatprtown, Huron, Pierre. +6:B6pm
•S :lf pm Sioux City, Ontab », Ka». Cy. *7 :25 am
*P:lSpm! "California in Three Davs" *7:»~> am
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Ticket Office, I'M K. Third St. 'Phone a:.
LEAVE. j*DAII,V. tHxCKPT SUXDAY. ARBIYB
U :(.' amlßreck. Division & Branches +5 :35pm
•ft :30am:F'euRFall»Div. & Branches t6:r6pm
11 :;<pm Willmar via St. Cloud t:o:4oam
*' :<:. pmjßreck., Fargo,Gd.F's,W' pe g *7 -.5fJ am
*i. :T< j m >!omai:a and Pacific Coast.. »8:20 pm
*f *S pm StX'loud, Cr'kßt'n. Gd.F'ks. *7:15 am
■M:<'rm Excelsior <t Hutchinson.... tlo:o>am
Hotel Lafayette, Mlunetonka Beach, now open.
EAfe>TEß* MiNNESO TA-j. .^. ti7~
.» : jipgf DuH.tt.Wert Superior \
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO.
North VL'est. North Land.
Leave Duluth 1 :45 p. m. Tuesdays ana Saturdays
Lpbvp Ttnffalo U:W r>. m. Tuesdays and Fridqvg
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RaUroii.
Lv — ST.PACL— Ar.
Chicago "Day" Express.. If.t'am no :10pm
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex. .. »S 46 vq »n :35am
Chicago "FastMall" •C:ffpm
Chicago "Vestibule" Lira. +6 :10 pm «7 :soam
Chicago via Dubuque t^rfCpm til .-00 am
Dubuque via LaCrosse... «S:ofam tl«:10pm
Peoria via bason City... »4:6opm nirOOam
tt.LouisandKansasClty. •t:3fem •6:35Dm
Milbankand Way. U3(am •12t50 pm
Aberdeen and Dakota Ex
press *7:r)spm •Pilfam
•Daily. tEx. Sun. *Bx. Sat. lEx. Mon.
For full Information, call at Ticket Office.
Chicago Great Western Rv.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
Ticket Office: Robert St., cor. sth St. Phone lflQ.
Trains leave from St. Paul Union Depot.
•Dally. f Except Sunday. Leave. Arrive.
Dubuque. Chicago, Waterloo, ( tf.3o am *7.28 pm
Marsnalltown, Des Molnes,-< *8.10 pm *7.45 am
St. Joseph and Kansas City . . | *8.10 pm •1.56 pm
Oodge Centre Local. *3.55pm •a.BOam
CUy Office, 373 Robert Street. 'Phone Kg 604.
niTnin.n.iu Leave Arrive
All Trains Dally. at. Paul. St Paul.
Eau Claire, Chippewa")
Falls. Ashland, Hur- .- ~ ,„
ley, OshJtosh.Milwau- ! '»»°a.m. eilSa.m.
kee, Waukesha, Chi- f - * nd .. * nd
cago and the East and < -wp.nl. •5:85 p.m.
♦Arrive 7:30 p. m, on Sundays.
>t^ Trains leave St. Paul Union Da-
poi as follows: Daily. l:4f.p m
VtiXmTn for New York, Boston, Montreal
IJBLSsIMsf arid Eft9tern points. Diniug car
HKnTIX and l broujfh Boston Sleeper at
niJJila t^hed. Daily, G:asa.m. for Se-
H**2S 1 at e> T * coma . Portland and Pa-
Bhp^s^*^" 'ifc Coast points. Throuehsleep
Crolx Falls Accommodation. ua t . m
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
Leave " ~~ ArrlTO
St-P«nl- «Dany. tKx. Sonday. St Paul
« ! .« « m DULUTiT" ~
«tS-w. superior... 2SS2:
S^^^ZSQ Leav« Union Depot for
9 nlca K°< St. Louis and
: . . m7»i|3iH oowu-river points, 7:30 a
I'lM: [IKiilllH ra. : Arrives from Chicago
BragM f •:1 P- m., except Sundav'
«"ftnfri^Ki eRVe " t-' ni °n Depot f6 r
:I ';■■ Illllll yflJßi Chicago ai)d St. Louis, i :4J
iHBRCIIBMBKp d ° m - Arrives from same
'^"^ *MTT TT ' points ':« a. m. dally.
M. & ST. L. DEPOT,
Broadway and Fourth.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R. R
"ALBERT HA ROUTK."
Laave | «Daliy, tEx. Snnday. | Arrive
j Alb'tLea. Des Molnea, I "
10:lfa.m. ( Ced. BpMa. Kan. City \ tT:«pm
•7*o p.m. Des Moinea A Omaha Liin •gsSS am
•7:l( p.m. Chicago A Bt. Louis Lin. *B:Nia.m
14:ttp.m. Albert Le* & Mankato Loc tlO:asa.m
Foot of Sib ay Street.
Will leave for St. Louis and Intermediate land-
Ings Taesday, July 7th, at 10 A. HI.
For full information regarding passenger and
freight rates address C, B. BROCK WAY, General
Agent, Office, foot of Sibley street, oppoaite
I nion Depot. 8t PanL Telephone o*ll. aJ*^^™
180 E. 7th Streit, Si. Piul, Mini.
wltaout the use of merenry or hlndnaoi
ircza. busineia. NO CURH. NO PATPrl
vs.ta diseases, and all old, lingering cuh
wfcere the blood has become poUoaed, caus
ing tilcerm, blotches, sore throat anSmouthT
pains in the head and bones, and ail dlsMaaa
of th« kidneys and bladder are cnwd^E
lite. Mto of all ages who art ni&rS^from
tba reaulU o: youthful lndisewrtionßor at.
C6»s«i» if malura years, prcducla* a*rvous
n«Bs, iad^gestien. oonttlpation. loss of raenv
or*, etc.. kr« tboroa«uly aad p«rmaaenUy
Dr. Fe?J«r. -rho bos bad many y«ar« ef «x.
ens o( th? leading m&WI c^j«g M o .' tho
country. H« ho nsvtr iklled in "uriag any
r«m« that ht hat naSorttfct*. da«M ao4
WTtto fW kH «1»KiOB*. M*S«ir. sw" by
BaO t=d txr**» snrsrywhtM fr»« from riafc
WANTS HAY BE LEFT
.:, "—,. , ;.:f .fa*
Af ilie fßlUnluit locatloua for Inser
tion in tbo Dnilr and Sunday Ulobe,
■t til* ■•■>• rate>> tut «r» afeutrfjail by
III* nmlu oiUc*. > ■ »l
Hamltne Pbannaer .,..,. .Drug B tor*
760 BNELLINO AVBNUB.
Sever Westby .'..A. .. .Dru« Store
»TC BABT THIRD j STREET.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLBT.
Joseph Argay Drug; Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
HERRI AM PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
BT. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
Emfl Bull Druggist
GRAND AV. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVFNUES.
Straight Bros Drug Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET-
A. T. Guernsey , Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
Bracket t'e Pharmacy
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
George Marti Drug Store
B WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concoi'd Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. Hall Drug Store
COR. 8. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
8. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORR BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Wltte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Drug Store
ROBKRT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wlncott & Co Drug Store
CORNEft RICK AND TGLEHART.
C. R. Kareliue ; '....Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENTTE.
WEST SEVENTH S^TREET^
A. & G. A. Schumacher "....Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Muller i Drug Store
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
C. A. Monchow Cigattj an« Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIORJ AVENUES.
SITUATIONS OFFERED— MALES,
WANTED — One dish washer and one kitchen
man. Cafe Neuman, 379 WaSasha Bt
WANTED— A first-class wood worker at 429
and 431 Selby ave.
WANTED— A young man to help in dining
room. Call 464 Jackson st.
WAITERS— Wanted, twenty experienced
waiters, male. Call Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Como Park Pavilion.
COOK— Second cook. Call Saturday at 8:30
a. m. Como Park Pavilion.
AGENTS, streetmen and boys, to sell new
McKinley lithograph portrait; two colors;
22x28; sample 10c; $3.50 per hundred. But
tons $2 per hundred. Order quick. Barclay
& Co., Publishers. Cincinnati. O.
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, male stenog
rapher for Red Lake Falls, Minn.; $36 per
month. Call at llfi Globe Building.
BARBER— Wanted, a good barber tor Friday
and next week. 211 East Seventh st.
OFFICE WORK— A boy ot fifteen would
like a situation in office, etc. Address B.
8., 731 Agate sL
COACHMAN— A reliable man wants a posi
tion as coachman or work of any kind;
has references. Address Mr. O. C, White
Bear Lake, Minn.
BARKEEPER— Wanted, a barkeeper; a smart
young man; must be steady and have good
references. N. 8.. Globe office.
MANAGER— Wanted, a man to take charge
of general store in the country ; must
furnish reference from former employer.
Address R. E., care of St. Paul Globe.
BARBER— For Friday and Saturday. 603
University ave., cor. Mackubin.
SOLICITORS to canvass stores in the city
and country, quick seller, high commis
sion, samples free. Apply between 1 and
4 p. m. 28 Court Block, St. Paul.
WANTED— A reliable, temperate, handy man
wanted for a country hotel; German who
can handle horses preferred. • Apply Astoria
Hotel, Wabaaha st.
WANTED— Man with some experience for
porter work In restaurant.' Apply 152 W.
AGENTS WANTED every>be«' e in the United
States for our unequafed made to meas
ure clothing. Prices rock *ottom. Goods
sell at sight. Very liberal profits. Extra
large and ccstly line of samples furnished
on application. For particulars write to
STRAUSS BROS.. America's Leading Tai
lors, 185 Van Buren st^ Chicago. Mention
PAPER HANGER— Wanipd, ,a good paper
hanger for a few days' job; must be rea
sonable. 206 Summit u.tf <■
SALESMEN WANTED In every district; new
season; samples free; salary or commis
sion with expenses from start. Luke Bros.
Co., Chicago. V ■
RA ILROAD LABORERS for Minnesota,
lowa, Wisconsin and North Dakota. Good
wages and free fare. Moore & Co., 179
East Third street.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, assets
$650,900, largest, strongest and best Minne
sota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Pqtnam. Secretary. St. Paul, Minn.
$75 TO $150 A MONTH and expenses paid
salesmen for cigar*; experience unneces
sary; standard goods. Little Clerk cigar
machine free to each customer. Bishop &
Kline. St. Louis. Mo.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
SADDLE HORSI3 FOR^ SALE. Call at
Schroeder's Livery, Fourth St., between St.
Peter and Wabaaha.
ELEGANT young driving mare; sound,
speedy and gentle; weight, 1,026. 897 Wood
brtdge st. -^-_-
THIRD GRAND COMBINATION SALE at
Midway Horse Market, July 14 and 15. The
largest and best. Make your entries at once
as catalogue closes July 6. Over 200 head
of trotters, pacers, coach horses, drivers,
saddlers, etc., will be on sale. For further
information call on or address William Cun
ningham & Co., Minnesota Transfer, St.
Paul Minn. ■ '
MRS. DR. MOSS. St. Pml'd moat popular
clairvoyant, should be consulted, at once by
?}} who TS sn t0 better their condition of
life. 618 Wabasha st., Opposite the capltol.
MRS. STREETER'S— Private nome for ladies
during confinement, 2*M« Sixth street north,
BATHS AND MASSAGE— MRS. DR. RBAR
don. of the Alhambra-Qlob* building, 463
St. Peter street Electric, Vapor and Tub
Baths. s .
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A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT-
Madame Teitonrorth; price* reduced 60
cents; thirty years' experience. U Eighth
FOR SALE— General stora. including mllll
- D J ry ; »u«t sell immediately on account
ef ill health, A. H. Gftumaits, Melroie,
WANTED— An able and «xp«j«noofl Oatnolio
German doctor. Good location wltn prac
tice assured, for narUeulan apply Vil
lage Recorder, Cold Spring, Steams county.
110 TO |300 MADE MONTHLY BY OUR
■y»temaUe plftu ef ipfcculfttian: nveld. risk;
old ©stttbliiih*d floufco, E, g, Ptan * Go,,
fcaal»er» «.n4 broker*. 55 Dreed way, New
t***tn Ire*. ? 1h,,?-. lite Qfeaiway. X ¥. *
DISH WAfIKHRB-Wanted. two diah vashers!
Otil Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Como Park
HALBS LADIES— Five experienced sales
ladles. CaII Saturday at 8:80 a. m. Como
Park Pay 1 Hon.
SECOND WORK— Wanted, a girl for second
work. Apply at 281 Laurel av.
SCRUB WOMAN— Wanted, woman to scrub
_at_loß East Seventh st. Room 2.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for
_g«neral housework. 476 Holty av.
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted for light house
work. Apply at once at 819 Buffalo St.,
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, neat girl in small
_Jamlly. Apply 259 Farrington av.
r.ISH WASHER wanted. Cafe Neumann,
379 Wabasha sdt. German.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework, no cooking; also young girl,
12 or 14, to help care for baby. Apply 152
_West University av.
COOK AND LAUNDRESS— Good wages, per
manent placa. Apply immediately at 261
GIRL WANTED— A good girl for general
housework in small family. 25 South St.
A 1 bans.
GIRL WANTED— A neat, competent girl for
general housework In a family of three, at
once. 1050 Hague av.
COMPETENT GIRL for general housework
in a family of three; no children; good
wages; steady employment. 29 Arundel st.,
cor. Portland av.
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, experienced
dining room girl; none other need apply.
Restaurant, 18 Fourth st. south, Minneap
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, a dining
room girl. Call 464 Jackson st.
GIRL for general housework; three in the
family; no children. Apply at 881 Fairmount
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted foi^ general
housework at once. 186 Smith av., near
GIRL for general housework; at once; no
washing; good wages. Apply 520 Summit
GIRL for general housework; good and re-
Uable. Inquire at 95 Wilkin st.
GOOD GIRL for general housework. 539 Igle
HOUSEWORK^Wanited ,a good girl for gen
eral housework. Call at 25 South St. Al
WANTED— A girl to sell Mrs. Blasdel's
cakes at thp Victor Huot's confectionery
store, 416 Wabasha St. Call between 3 and
4 p. m. Monday at store.
ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY, any
amount, on diamonds, watches, jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriter, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytie's. 41) Robert at.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos,
etc., to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc. ; loans
ran be repaid by Installments; business
strictly private. Room 7, First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor, Globe Building.
MONEY TO LOAN on good security at low
est rates without charge for commission,
«»t our State Savings Bank, Gennania Life
Building, Fourth and Minnesota sts.
WILL BOARD a man for rent of house and
barn not too far out of city. Address K
BOARD— Strangers in the city will find pleas
ant rooms, with board, at "The Miner,"
162 College av.
BOARD OFFERED— NiceIy furnished room,
modern conveniences, with or without
board. 26 Summit ave.. near St. Peter st.
WORK FOR BOARD— Young lady, thoroughly
capable and willing to work, wishes a place
where she can work for board and have a
pleasant home; best of references; has em
ployment part of time. V 85, Globe.
WANTED TO REST,
ROOMS WANTED— By two ladies, two un
furnished rocms for light housekeeping;
must be in good locality and reasonable.
Address Y 75, Globe.
ANNOUNCEMENT— Mr. W^ TAUSCHER,
DESIGNER AND INTERIOR DECORAT
ING IN FRESCO HOUSE, SIGN PAINT
ING, etc, has removed his office from 132
Endicott Arcade to No. 246 West Third St.,
bet. Seven corners and Smith ave., where
he will be pleased to meet his patrons.
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICH
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Corrlce Co.. 411 Selby ay.
HOTEL ABBEY— IB9 East Eighth; furnished
rooms; first class accommodations for
transients; open all night F. D. Abbey.
LOST AND KOCTCD.
STICK PIN LOST— On Rice and State car on
Robert st. bridge, a gold stick pin, square
tiger eye head; reward if returned to 61
East Fifth st. _^
PUP LOST— LoBt, Saturday a St. Bernard
pup about eleven months old, white and
brown. Return to 611 Canada Bt., and re
LOST— Red cow with white spots. Return to
221 East 13th st.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh. R. N. Cardoxa. Proprietor.
FOR RENT— S room flat with all the con
venlences. 483 Selby ave. Enquire within.
FOR RENT— Modern six room flat. Ro&t A.
Brackett, Selby avenue and Victoria.
CONTRACT WORK — SPRINKLING IN
SPRINKLING DISTRICT No. 10. 1896.
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 29th, 1896,
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Publio Work* in and for the corporation
of the City of St. PauL Minnesota, at their
office in said city, until 2 p. tn., on the 13th
day of July, A. D., 18W, for Sprinkling In
Sprinkling District No. 10, on rach portions of
Cherokee avenue as may be ordered sprinkled
by the Common Council of the City of St.
Paul for the season of 1896, In said city ac
cording to plans and specifications on file in
the office of maid board.
A bood with at l«aat two (2) sureties, or a
certified check on a bank of St. Paul in the
sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) must
accompany each bid. Said check shall be
mads payable to the Clerk of said Board.
The laid Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all btda.
__-. B- 1* GORMAN, •
JOHN C. MUELLER,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
June 80-3 ot.
CONTRACT WORK-PAVTNO FIFTH
Office of tbe Board of Public Worlw.
. , City of St. Paul. Minn., June 3«. 18M,
8«»le4 btdi will be woelved by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corporation
of tbe City of gt. Paul, Minnesota, * 6t their
office in mid elty until 9 P. M, on the 6th
day of July. A. P. XWi, tor paving Fifth
street from WftbMha street fo Broadway
street In said" eity aoooMti&f te plans m»8
speciflcatiou, on file in th« offlw el »aid
A txmd. wita at least two (I) sureties, in
* "85L?' l % If 8 " 4 tw<mtsr m ?* r «•*•• •"• •
certified eoeefe e R ft baak ef fit, Paul In ft
sum ef at luaat ten (it») per eeat. of the gresa
nmeuHt W4 pmst acoompaßf Pfteh bW, Sat4
cheisfc shali be made payable te, the Clerk of
Th« aaid Beard reserve* «i# ngbt t» re*
jeet an? and ail Wda,
iut%* Sa ta ,ft»ly f,
• ITUATIOXS WANTED— MaIe,
PAINTING and paper-hanging and any kind
of repair work will be neatly and promptly
done cheap. 157 Atwater at.
COACHMAN wishes situation; single, sober
and reliable; thoroughly competent; best of
references. Please call or address N. 8.,
. 180 Western av. north.
WORK OP ANY KIND— A boy of sixteen
years of age wants work of any kind. L.
H. 8.. 450 Goodhue st.
WORK OF ANY KIND— A good and honest
boy of sixteen would like to have work of
any kind. Address E., 312 Oneida st.
SITUATION WANTED— Experienced delivery
man wants work driving delivery wagon.
Worked last In hardware store. Has ex
perience In tinner trade. Has reference. I
Address V. W , 427 Harrison av.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of l6~would
like to get work of any kind. Address
John Mangan, 89 Garfleld st
SITUATION WANTED— By young man of 25,
well educated, first-class references. Will
accept most any kind of employment. C.
Corsen, Merrlam Park.
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 14 would
like work of any kind. Address E. O.
Kara. 72 Douglas st
SITUATION WANTED— A boy of 16 would
like position in office or store: can furnish
best of references. Call or address W. 8.,
231 Smith av.
SITUATION WANTED— By a married man, a
good bookkeeper and general office man,
employment in a store or office. H 7g.
POSITION WANTED-An experienced grocery
clerk desires position. Best city refer
ences. Address S. J., 461 Selby av.
POSITION WANTED-A good andhonest boy
of 16 years would like to have a position
of any kind. Address 312 Oneida st
SITUATION WANTED— A boy 18 years~oM
wants work of any kind. Address 392 Erie
SITUATION WANTED— By young man sober
and reliable; willing to do anything to make
an honest living. Address X, 79, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy Tl years of age wants
work of any kind; can make himself useful.
Address 487 Banfll st.
EMPLOYMENT— Work wanted of any kind
by a young Swede of good character: pre
_fer steady work. N. E. Roos, 651 John st.
DELIVERY DRIVER-Wanted, by a young
man, position as delivery driver; can take
care of horses or any kind of work. Ad
dress 562 Waliasha st
D I R ECTORY OF THE
Mil Bin Kb
OF ST. PAUL.
The following is published dxtly for ths
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It includes all th3
trades and, professions, and cannot fail to
prove of interest to all who intend transact
ing business in St. Paul.
Metropolitan, Sixth, near Robert st
Grand, Sixth and St. Peter streets.
Strak's Tivoli. Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission free.
Windsor Bicycle Livery, 411 Robert st
Thauwald Bros.. 353-355 Seventh st
Butter and Eggs.
Miltoa Dairy Company, 722 Wabasha st TeL
Cut Rate Ticket*.
Corbett's, 169 East Third st.
Edwards, 173 Third st. 339 Robert st
Ransom fe Horton. 9S-101 Bast Sixth.
JleGuire & Mulrooney, 77-79 East 3d st
C. C. Emerson & Co., 26 East Third st
Thuet & McNamee, 95 East Third st
De Camp & Beyer, 129 East Third st
H. C. Hemenway & Co., corner Third and
Dore & Redpath, 70 and 72 East Third st
R. E. Cobb. 31-33 East Third st
Coal and Wood.
O. Q. Wilson, corner Eighth and Broadway.
McFadden-Mullen Co.. 55 to 59 East 3d st
John Gorman. 315 Minnesota st
Expreu, Piano Moving. Packing and
J. B. Desforges, 154 East Sixth. Tel. 650.
Express and Storage.
Kent's Express and Storage Company, 221 W.
Seventh Bt. Cheapest and best.
Flour and Feed.
Tierney & Co.. 91 East Third st
Tubbeslng Bros.. 100 East Third st
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
sts., and 486-488 East Seventh st
Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
Loans on Watches, Diamonds, Furs.
Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert, Room 1.
The Elk. 51 West Third st Tel. 268.
Milk and Cream.
H. Stebblng (Como), 367 Dayton av. All coin
guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Dyna
mos, Motors and Electrical Appa
John Gorman, 315 Minnesota st
Nem and Stationery.
Charles L. Neumann, 224 West Seventh st
Plumbing:, Steam and Gas Kit tin jr.
A. W. Johnston. 139 West Seventh st
Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water Beat.
McQuillan Bros.. 183 Western ev.
Sheet Metal Workers, Stores ud
Karst & Breher, 183 West Third st
Theo. Bunker, corner West 7th and 6th af.
Wholesale Wines and Liquors.
B. Simon. 297-193 East Seventh st
aomrtor tamo prloa under same ruaran
&•"*«» Pwfwtooomohefe w * wllloon
- 8. ,k ._ «*<>ttoP<»rraitroa<lfAreftndhotelblH»,Bnd
oury. lodide potash, »n4 still have aclies and
*>ot, it Is thla Secondary BLOOD POISON
\ .* guarantee to ca r«. We solicit the. most obiti
na^ owe. anTohnileage tYeworiife™
bnffled th« pklHot the xoo«t «mla«ut pby.l
iwnju guaranty. Absolute proof* s»n t m led or
aigJlOMlen. l(J«}r,» COOK. REWRdT 00l
TO? Mttkoiic Jiaiple. CHICAOO «J
--6at% Jiia»e*eu «i&. ST- r'AuLfwiNl?.
•IT CATIONS WAiITED-FEMALa
WANTED— Expert lady stenographed tT
millar with lumber, grain and law work
desires position; can take charge of cor
respondence. Address Stenographer 715
SITUATION WANTED-A wonian wants
work washing, ironing or housecleaning;
has two children to care for; husband dig*
abled for the last two years. Address E.
POSITION WANTED— Position as stenog^
rapher and typewriter. Very best recom
mendations. Moderate salary. Address L.
C. J.. 2 Wllkin gt.
LADY WITH SOME EXPERIENCE WISHES
to assist a magnetic physician in massags
and bath parlors. Address J 83, Globe.
SEWING— An experienced dressmaker wants
sewing by the day In families. Call or
address 215 Rondo_Bt.
SEWlNG— Competent dressmaker fitter and
designer; all the latest styles, quick sewer,
will go out in families by day or week.
T 91, Globe.
SEWING — Dressmaker wants work in fam
ily; perfect fit guaranteed; references glv
en. Address 406 Grove st
SICK NURSING wanted by an experienced
nurse; city references. Call or address 14
_Douglas) st. -
SITUATION— A colored woman would like
to go out washing or ironing or take it
home. Address 572 Robert St
YOUNG LADY, thoroughly capable and will
ing to work, wishes a place where she can
work for board and have a pleasant home;
best of references; has employment p.\rt of
time. V 85, Globe.
YOUNG LADY wishes position as companion
or nurse to party traveling; am bright and
agreeable and willing to please. Address C
WASHING AND IRONING DONE AT 201
west 6th st.
WOMAN GOES OUT WASHING. IRONING
and housecleaning. Inquire at 515 St Peter
St. rear house.
WANTED— To go out or take home washing
work done to satisfy. Call or address 767
COTTAGE— For rent, modern eight-room cot
tage tower town, best ioeation. $15 per
month to good tenant; also ten-room house
cheap. D. Bergman & Co., 186 East Third
J- J^V SHEPARD, 94 EAST 4TH ST., RENTS
HOUSES, STORES. OFFICES, STEAM
HEATED APARTMENTS; COLLECTS
RENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS^AORXT
TAYLOR'S RENTING .MiENCTi — GLOBH
BUILDING -WB RENT HODSE9
UTOPIA-433 St. Peter St-PleaslnT~r r^it
rooms, single or en suite; rates reason
able for the summer; transients can be ac
REAL. ESTATE IFOR SALE.
E. P. ROBERTS,
OB East Fourth Street.
For your rents, real estate loans and tnsur>
""*«■ > n* B k« a sppHalty of rants.
KAHLERT & MTNTEL-Minnesota Steam
_ Dye Works, 244 East Seventh.
Mist oil a neon a.
FOR SALE— A valuable farm of 220 acres
all under a high state of cultivation, in
cluding flee buildings, situated one and
one-half miles from Vermillicn station six
miles from Hastings. For particulars ad
dress' Mary S. Adams, Vermillion Station
Dakota county, Minn.
IVotice for Bids for the Sale of the
Water Works* Bonds of the VII,
lage of Hokah.
Notice is hereby givea that sealed bids for
the sale of five thousand dollars of the mu
nicipal bonds of the Village of Hokah Hous
ton County, Minn., wiil be received at the
office of rhe Recorder of said Village until
)2 o'clock noon of the 6th day of July 1898,
said bonds to bear date July 6, 1396, will be
In denominations- of five hundred dollars
each, payable at the treasury of said Vil
lage In not more than ten, nor less than
five, years from date, at the option of said
Tillage, with annual interest at the rate ol
six ver cent.
Thr Village Board of Trustees reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Village Board of Trustees.
J. C. SNURE,
' _ Recorder.
Dated nt Hokah this 13th day of June. 1896.
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® ment, all Di«ea««a and Weaknesses of Man, from Si
(J whatever cause, permanently and privatelj cured. jjS
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