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W*«TS >fftY BE LEFT
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tlon In the Daily an. l Sunday Globe,
• t tbe nunte rates us are chargeu l»jr
<lie uutlu office.
Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store
750 SNTSLLING AVKNUK.
Eever Westby Drug Store
<S7a EAST THIRD STREETS
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill New» Btaad
, 442 BROADWAY.
A. L. Woolsey Dru« Store
ST. AJTTrTOKY AND PRJOR AVKNUES.
ST. ASIHOSY HILL.
Eiutl Ban Druggist
GRAVD AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store
SELRY AND WESTERN AVFNUES.
Btraljrht Brc« Dniff Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
8. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVTCNTTW.
George Marti Dm* Store
8 WABASHA AND FATRFTKLD AVENUE).
Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE! AND CONCORD.
A T. Hall Dm* Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
B. H. Reeves Vm* Stor»
MOORK BLOCK. SKVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PRTER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
w. H. towe Pro* Store
ROBtfRT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drug Store
CORXKH RTCTC AND TGLKHART.
C. R. Vareltus Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
__ »64 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. ft G. A. Schumacher .....Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
'J. J. Mailer Drug Store
COR. JAMES AND WTCST SEVENTH.
C. A. Monehow Cigars an* Tobacco
rNIVKF-STTY AN T n PRIOR AVENTTES.
SITUATIONS OFFERED- MALES.
AGENTS WANTED for tailoring business,
to represent largest and best known house
in the United States. Pants $2.75, suits $10
and up. Nicoll the Tailor, St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED— For the original "Mc-
Kinley March" now played throughout the
country by all leading bands: send 10 cents
for sample copy. Will Rosslter, Musio
AGENTS WANTED— Campaign buttons, pins,
etc. All parties. Suit any one. Wonderful
sellers. Big profits. Full sample line, as
sorted, postpaid, 10c. Perm. Supply Co.,
ACTORS AND ACTRESSES wanted for com
edy company. Address "Comedy," Globe.
AGENTS— S4 a day to give away; best cook-
Ing utensils made as an advertisement
Purinton Co., Dcs Moines, 10. Enclose
AGENTS— Everywhere can make immense
profits. Our Summer Specialties, just out,
sell at sight. Write for catalogue; full in
formation. Sample, 10c. Aluminum Novelty
Co., 335 Broadway, New York.
BOOT BLACK— Wanted, white boot black
about sixteen years- old. Apply Schliek &
Co., East Sixth st.
COOPERS — Wanted, a few good, steady coop
ers, who can invest $300 to $500 in a well
established cooperage company. Address A
25, Dally Globe, Minneapolis.
CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS— Wanted, circu
lar distributors everywhere; good pay. Ap
ply with stamp, Northwestern Distributing
COLLECTORS— We pay $7 per 100, or 7 cent*
each for your neighbor's addresses; 500 name
blank book with instructions for 10 cents.
J. Rowell Co.. 378 Hamlin ay., Chicago.
COOK— A flrst-class cook wishes a position.
Address 350 East Ninth St., St. Paul, Minn.
MAN WANTED In general store; must have
experience in retail dry goods and general
merchandise; wages $40 per month; state
age and references. Apply P. O. Box 341,
Devil's Lake, N. D.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, young man about
18 years for office work; one with knowledge
of shorthand and German preferred; state
reference and salary expected. Address G 81.
SALESMEN— To sell our full line of 5 and
10-cent cigars; $25 weekly and expenses.
National Consolidated Company, Chicago,
SALESMEN— To sell cigars to dealers; $25.00
per week and expenses; experience not re
quired. Address National Consolidated Co..
SALESMEN— Wanted, ten hustling salesmen
to sell the Stimpson Computing Scale; big
Inducement for good men. Apply Stimpson
Computing Scale Co., 341 Wacouta, St
SALESMAN— Wanted, flrst-class dry goods
salesman; young, single man, German or
Scandinavian; permanent position to the
right man; state wages wanted. Lock box
573. Hastings, Minn.
SALESMEN— Wanted, five flrst-class- sales
men; none but men who have made a
good record need apply; we want those who
can talk up a new deal to the best class of
retail dealers; please do not reply through
curiosity, as our time is valuable. Address
The Eastern Mfg. Co., No. 126 College st,
lowa City, 10.
SALESMAN wanted for gents' furnishing and
hat department. Address P 98, Globe.
SALESMEN make $200 a month selling our
machines for cooling refrigerators. Guaran
teed 75 per cent cheaper than ice. Produces
a dry cold that keeps perishable articles in
definitely. Write for terms. Arctic Refrig
erating Co., Cincinnati, O.
SALESMAN— Wanted, a good salesman, well
acquainted with the retail grocery trade,
to work on commission. Call at 933 Gaul
tier st, this afternoon or Monday evening.
SALESMAN— Large cigar firm wants a sales
man in every locality; $60 per month and ex
penses to beginners; entirely new induce
ments to agents and dealers. Address Box
SALESMAN WANTED— Catholic, good posi
tion, steady employment; must have flrst
class reference; experienced man preferred
V 98, Globe.
SOLICITORS for Campaign Books. Parties,
and Men. and Bryan and Free Silver Outtlt
free to agents agreeing to work. Large
commissions. E. C. Morse & Co., 56 Fifth
STENOGRAPHER— Situation wanted by male
stenographer and bookkeeper; three years'
experience; moderate salary. Address G 89,
TEAMSTERS and laborers for North Dakota;
free fare: cook for restaurant; railroad la
borers, twenty-five miles out; $1.50 per day;
also farm hands, laborers, etc. Moore &
Co., 179 East Third st; office open Sunday.
S*WO YOUNG MEN well acquainted with the
city. Call at 101 West Seventh st.
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 Douglai
Putnam, Secretary, St Paul. Minn.
WANTED— Men and boys to know we teach
the- barber trade In only two months, and
guarantee situation; wages Saturday while
learning; catalogue free. Twin City Bar
ber College, 223 Washington ay. south, Min
WANTED— A red-hot free sliver man in
every county with ability to earn $30 a
week for two or three months and willing
to hustle Io do it. Address, inclosing stamp,
"Free Silver," 323 Dearborn st, Chicago, 111.
WANTED— Men and women to work for us
day or evening at their homes; nice, pleas
ant. work : no canvassing; experience not
necessary; we pay salary; send us your ad
drfss. Standard Manfg. Co., 142 W. 23d,
SITUATIONS OFFERED— MALE.
WANTED— Persons wishing to take civil ser
vice examinations soon to occur In St. Paul
for various government positions, to write
for valuable information (free). U. S. Bu
reau of Information, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED -Honest salesman with energy,
pluck and perseverance; can make money
permanently pnd rapidly. Address, with
two references, "Manufacturer," care Box
JoZS", Chicago, lU.
WANTED— Agents for Ball's combination
kitchen tool, knife and saw; rapid seller;
kitchen necessity. Send 35c for sample post
paid. The Standard Steel Tool Co., Ak
WANTED— Solicitors for life of Major ~M<>
Kinley, the next president, by Murat Hal
stead, Chauncey Depew, Grosvenor and John
Sherman, a bonanza for agents; a gold mine
for workers; only $1.50; the only authorized
book; commission. 50 per cent; credit given;
freight paid; outfits free; begin now with
choice of territory; permanent profitable
work for IS9«S. Address at once, The Nation
al Book Concern, 356 Dearborn St., Chicago.
WANTED — Capable man to manage branch
office; $600 required; salary $1,200; good
chance for right person. Manager, 200 Mon
on Block, Chicago.
WANTED— Steady Catholic man residing
in towns outside of St. Paul; $75 per month.
Write F. H. Kelly, 56 Fifth ay., Chicago,
WANTED— A young man 18 to 20 for office
work; German preferred; state references
and salary expected. X 91, Globe.
WANTED— Gentleman that can make tailor
made suits for ladies to take charge of
dressmaking parlor or go in partnership.
YOUNG MAN wanted who can furnish A 1
reference; salary, $10 per week. Address, In
own handwriting, V 92, Globe.
LOCATION WANTED— A practical news
paper man of eight years' experience— is a
printer — wants a location to start a paper
somewhere in the Northwest; has a $2,000
plant; will write full particulars. Address
H 96, Globe.
SEND STAMP FOR PRINTED LISTS con
taining many excellent business opportuni
ties; partners furnished; confidential. Ad
dress "Business Chances," 424 Nlcollet ay.,
$700 BUYS twelve-room house, full of first
class furniture and roomers and boarders;
location A 1; sell or rent to responsible
party; investigate before purchasing else
where. Schram Renting Agency, 320 and
322 Manhattan Building.
PUSHING PARTY with some means wanted
to represent corporation in St Paul. Ad
dress Treasurer, 150 Cator ay., Jersey City,
SPECULATION— SSO makes $300 during Au
gust in a straight legitimate business spec
ulation. For particulars and references ad
dress C. F. North & Co., 234 La Salle St.,
THE WONDER of the scientific world— The
lately discovered Zambesi Diamonds have
puzzled the most skilled experts to detect
from the geniuine.and are only one-twentieth
the expense. Sent free with privilege of
examination. For particulars, prices, etc.,
address M. S. Bodkin & Co., 358 Dearborn
$435.60 REALIZED IN ONE WEEK. To what
extent turf investments are profitable is
clearly demonstrated by our largely in
creased patronage". Knowledge Is the best
capital in any business; it is the bone and
sinew of our success; it is upon this founda
tion we have reared a large and confiding
patronage. Our operations are based upon
the same principle that bookmakers use,
and our statements are worthy presenta
tions of the most skilled operations ever
exhibited on the turf. As a medium for in
creasing your capital it is unequaled.
Last year's average more than $1,200 per
month. Write for particulars. Conden &
Co.. Clinton Bldg., Covington, Ky.
YOUNG married woman wants a young, hon
est woman with $25 or $50 to go in the res
taurant business right away. V. 99, Globe.
FOR SALE— Good two-chair barber shop;
good location. Call Monday, 1206 East Sev
$10 TO $50 A DAY made by our new plan of
speculation. Address Price & Co., Room
254, 50 Broadway, New York.
PARTNER WANTED— One of the largest
land firms In St. Paul, established In 1887,
and doing a big land business and control
ling exclusively 200,000 acres of land in
Minnesota and Wisconsin, want a partner
with at leas-t $10,000. Address F 96, Globe.
WANTED— Capable man with $3,000 to carry
stock of goods and manage branch for Chi
cago house: salary $200 per month and all
expenses; also extra percentage; permanent
position, with good future prospects. Ad
dress Henry Morton, 215 Madison St., Chi
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
CITY SALE STABLE— 4II Cedar — Horses,
harness, carriages, buggies and phaetons
bought, sold and exchanged.
FOR SALE— FuII leather-top side-bar buggy.
Call Sunday morning. 700 East Fifth st.
FOR SALE — A good side-bar buggy for sale;
Just painted. Address 569 Selby ay.
HORSES— Five cars of heavy draft horses
and farm mares, two cars of fine drivers
and carriage horses, and ten head of Shet
land pories just received at Barrett & Zim
merman's, 20 Second st. north, Minneapolis,
and Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul. Refer
ences, First National Bank and Columbia
National Bank, Minneapolis.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET— The firms of
William Cunningham & Co. and H. A.
Winslow will sell Jointly Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, at auction; all classes
always on hand; strictly commission con
W. R. DREW— Manufacturer of tents and
awnings, stock covers, flags and banners.
897 Rice St., St. Paul.
NOTICE— We hereby notify all parties inter
ested, that A. D. Schwaders, who adver
tises himself as our agent in the city di
rectory of St. Paul, has no authority to
act for us as an agent in any shape, man
ner or form. St. Paul. & Western Coal
Company, per V. S. Morgan, Manager.
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICH
work done by *he Minnesota Roofing and
Cornice Co.. 411 Selbr ay.
GOOD THING for sore feet Good Luck
Salve; sure cure for bad-smelling feet, scald
feet and dry. hot feet If your druggist
does not keep it, send or call on W. H.
Lockwood. chiropodist, 293 and 294 Endl
cott Building: 2r>p. r>Oe and $1 box.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh. R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
EXCHANGE— FuII leather top single phaeton
for lady's bicycle. E. C. Bowen, 698 Day
SHORTHAND TEACHER— Experienced short
hand teacher, for two years with a leading
business college, offers to instruct pupil in
return for use of furnished room. Address
V 80, Globe.
TOUPEES, WIGS AND SWITCHES made to
order; manicuring and scalp treatment
Miss Schellenberger. 32 East Sixth st
MISS HULL, successor to Mrs. Baldwin, re
moves superfluous hair, moles, etc., by elec
tricity; only positive and permanent remedy
references given. 307 Merrill Block, corner
Fifth and St Peter sts.
KAHLERT & MINTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works. 244 East Seventh.
LOST AND FOUND.
MATCH BOX— Lost Monday evening on Snel
ling ay Silver, with engraved initials, C.
B. N. Finder please return to Globe adver
SATCHEL LOST— Between the union depot
and 288 Summitt ay. a telescope satchel, con
taining lauies' clothing. Return to above
number and receive reward.
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1898.
COOK wanted. Call at 808 Laurel ay.
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, an experi
enced girl for dining room; good wages. In
quire 102 West Fourth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework. 246 Smith ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, general servant for
family of three; good wages. 161 Cam
bridge ay., two blocks from Grand avenue
HOUSEWORK— Young girl for light house
work and care of children; moderate wages
and good home; Catholic girl from country
preferred; give all particulars, and address
J. D. M., P. O. Box 666, St. Paul.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for gen
eral housework; references required. 645
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a flrst-class general
servant; must be a good cook; liberal wages
paid. Apply 534 Laurel ay.
'HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for general
housework; good wages. Apply at Judge
Kelly's, 27 Sherburne ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for
general housework. 478 Holly ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good, young girl;
position to do general housework. 203 Nor
KITCHEN GlßL— Wanted, strong girl for
kitchen work; good wages. Call at 414
MILLINER AND TRIMMER— FIrst-class;
none other need apply; highest salary.
Address A. 8., Globe.
SALESLADY— Wanted, experienced saleslady
for corset department. Golden Rule. Apply
to manager corset department.
WANTED— General agents for Ladles' Safety
Skirt Band Stay. $30 required. Standard,
812 West Fourteenth St., St. Louis, Mo.
WORK FOR BOARD— Wanted, a girl or
woman to work a few hours a day for
board. 618 Central Park east.
A.A.A. — Arrival Extraordinary — Prof. Darrow
and Mme. Vernley, the world's greatest
writing mediums, gifted with that rare and
Inborn gift of the soul, clairvoyan<*y, and
are known as the clairvoyants of olalrvoy
ants, and are recognized by the profession
as their leaders. Their career has been one
of success. Honest, fearless and capable,
their advice Is Infallible, convincing be
yond dispute. Parlors always filled
with anxious people. Every reply
Is most gratifying. No questions
asked. Give names, dates, facts,
advice on business, love, marriage, divorce,
sickness, deaths, travels, reunite the separ
ated and remove bad luck. Nothing too
obscure for them to reveal. If you have
lost hope because of former failure, take
courage now and consult these reliable
people, and success and happiness will fol
low. We do as we advertise. Parties re
tired; business confidential; satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay. Open Sunday. Here
short time only. 578 Wabasha st.
MRS. DR. MOSS— The celebrated clairvoyant,
now located at No. 394 North Exchange st,
corner of Sixth st. Since the beginning of
history man has been persistent in
his efforts to find out the things
that would do him good. The
scientific mind has been at work investigat
ing the hidden mysteries of nature, trying
to solve the many questions that would
benefit him and his kind. The lady whose
name begins this article is one of nature's
pure, noble women, and her power simply
borders on the miraculous. She Is so en
dowed that she can be of Inestimable help
to her fellow man, and in all things stands
ready to lend a helping hand. She can re
veal the secrets of the past, and accurately
foretell the coming events of the future.
She tells where hidden treasure may be
found. She advises in matrimony, divorce,
love, business and troubles of all kinds.
The very best business people of the city
consult her dally, and she has been* the
means of saving many a man from finan
cial ruin. These things taken Into consid
eration, she is pre-eminently one of the
world's great wonders, and the many thou
sands of our readers who are In need of
pure help and advice should not hesitate to
consult her at once, and they will bless the
day they read this article.
MRS. DR. MACK, from Chicago, tub bath
and massage, manicure and chiropodist.
186 East Seventh st.
ATTENTION, LADIES^ -"EMMA" BUST
developer will enlarge your bust five
Inches; guaranteed; sealed instructions, 2
cents; or 24-page illustrated catalogue 6
cents by mall. Emma Toilet Bazaar, Bos
CORNS. SORE FEET CURED. Beauty Spe
ciallst; prepare freckle, pimple remedies;
face bleaches, hair tonics, etc.; instruction,
60 cents up. 46 Ninth st., corner Cedar;
MADAME STEELE, card reader; prices, 25
and 50 cents. 189 East Eighth st; office
hours, 2 to 9 p. m.
VIAVI COMPANY furnishes health book and
consultation free by lady attendants to
mothers and daughters. 54 Mannhelmer
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced 50
cents; thirty year*' experience. 13 Eighth
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY to become lawful
physicians. Medico, 1001 West Congress st.
WANTED— PupiIs for the free guitar and
mandolin school; free Instruction; improved
system. Call 300 Merrill Building, corner
Fifth and St. Peter sts.
INSTRUCTION— Summer term of the J. D.
Hess Business College, Pioneer Press Bldg.,
now open; 20 per cent discount in rates
until Aug. 1 only.
TELEGRAPHY, bookkeeping, civil service
examinations, short-hand practically and
successfully taught at the Globe Business
College, Endicott Building.
MISS WELDON has opened millinery par
lors at 545 Rice st, and solicits your pat
ronage. Latest styles in hats and caps to
order promptly. Prices reasonable.
ANY ONE CAN BORROW" MONEY, any
amount, on diamonds, watches, jewelry
furs, bicycles typewriter, at Lytle'a, 4li
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel. Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's. 4H. Robert »t
$20,000—6 PER CENT MONEY (In sums of
$2,000 upwards), to loan on Improved prop
erty; also $800 and $500 for vacant property
no delay. William Canby, 616 Pioneer Press
|50 TO $500 SHORT TIME LOANS ON PBR
■onal property, collateral paper, household
foods, diamonds, seal garments and all
goods In •torage. Notes discounted Ohio
Investment Company, seventh floor, Globe
balldlng; most private offices In the ctfy.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company
seventh floor, Globe building.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos,
etc, to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans
"an be repaid by installments; business
•trlctly private. Room 7, First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
$76 TO $150 A MONTH and expenses paid
salesmen for cigars; experience unneces
sary; standard goods. Little Clerk cigar
machine free to each customer. Bishop &
Kline. St. Louis. Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN on good security at low
est rates without charge for commission,
at our State Savings Bank, Germania Life
Building, Fourth and Minnesota sts.
BOARD— First-class table board, very rea_
sonable, at 254 West Fifth st
BOARD— Pleasant rooms, with board, at rea
sonable rates; excellent table; modern con
veniences. 637 St Peter »t
BOARD — A nice quiet place In suburbs for
man and wife; give full particulars Ad
drees F 99. Globe,
BOARD — Two rooms, with board; private
family; house contains all modern improve
ments; lawn and shade trees. 794 Cedar st
BOARD— Newly furnished front room; hot
and cold bath on same floor; suitable for
two gentlemen; table board: use of narlor
39 East Ninth st. ' V
ROOM AND BOARD— Nicely furnished room
with board; six o'clock dinner. No. 614 Cen
tral Park Place, East Summit and Minne
SITUATIONS WANTED— Male.
CARPENTER— Wanted, by first-class carpen.
ter, steady Job; will work hard at any hon
orable work; sober and Industrious; willing
to go anywhere. G. L., "610 Churchill st.
COACHMAN— Wanted/ position as a coach
man; just from New York; understands his
business; first-class references. Louis, 225
East Sixth st.
COACHMAN— Work 'wanted by a careful
driver in private family f good city refer
ences. 179 West StxUi st.
DRIVER— A young man wants work driving
a delivery wagon or work around house for
some private family; very useful and handy
around a place; can furnish first-class rer
erences. Address Driver, 456 East Sixth st.
ENGINEER, first-class, wants a situation;
best of references; willing to go into the
country. Address Engineer, 70S L'Orient
St., city. ,
NIGHT CLERK— Young, man of 21 desires
position as night clerk in hotel or any
other kind of work; can furnish good ref
erences and will work reasonable. Ad
dress F. D. 8.. 606 Sixteenth ay. south,
NURSE— W.H. McConnell, professional nurse,
2001 Fourth ay. south, Minneapolis, would
like the care of male patient; no objection
to leaving city.
OFFICE BOY— A boy of eighteen would like
a position in a railroad office as office boy.
Address 320 Victoria st.
OFFICE WORK— Position by young man in
railroad office, or bookkeeper, or clerk In
business house; good references. Address
398 West Mlnnehaha st.
SITUATION WANTED— Scandinavian pharm
acist desires situation, city or country;
eight years' experience; registered in Minne
sota; married; strictly temperate; will work
for $50 per month; can furnish good refer
ences. Address L. R. L., Druggist, Cashton
WORK OF ANY KlND— Wanted, by a
young man of good character, work of al
most any honorable character; have
clerked in commission and grocery stores,
and can drive delivery wagon; references
furnished. Please address W. D. F., 150
WORK OF ANY KIND— A young man of
nineteen wants a situation of any kind;
would like to learn machinist's trade. Ad
' dress T 86, Globe.
WORK OF ANY KlND— Wanted, by young
man, who is strictly temperate, work of
any kind; is a competent bookkeeper, quick
and accurate at figures, and can furnish
best of references; salary no object; must
have work of some kind. Address B 86,
SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE.
HOUSEWORK— Deaf mute girl wants place
to do light housework in small family who
write English. Call or address 633% Bed
HOUSEWORK— A good, strong girl waiting
for a place to do general housework.
307 East Seventh st., .up stairs.
HOUSEKEEPER or the care of children by
an American lady forty years of age, who
would not object to leaving the city. Ad
dress C 26, Globe, Minneapolis.
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, position as house
keeper by an experienced person. Address
Housekeeper, 448 East- Ninth st.
HOUSEKEEPER — A middle - aged woman
wants work as a housekeeper, where there
are children preferred. 16 West Exchange
LAUNDRESS — A first-class laundress would
like rough dry washing to do at home:
eight dozen for $1; clothes called for and
delivered, and good work guaranteed. Ad
_dress Laundress, 456 East Sixth st.
NURSE— A young girl desires position as
nurse or second work. C, 447 Arbor st.
SEWING — Family sewing wanted by A 1 dress
maker; all kinds of sewing done; ready for
engagements; references given. Address B
SEWlNG— Wanted, all kinds of sewing to do;
prices resonable ; waists, skirts, wash dresses,
shirt waists and wrappers. 128 West Sev
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper would like
position at once; three years' experience;
willing to work at moderate salary. T 84,
SITUATION WANTED— Neat sewer would
like any kind of light work for a while or
would like family sewing. Address V 95,
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT DRESSMAKER
desires engagements in families. Address
270 Onelda st.
TYPEWRITER— A young lady desires a posi
tion In an office as typewritist and stenogra
pher^ Address O 95, Globe.
TYPEWRITER— A young lady desires a po
sition in an office as typewritist and sten
ographer. Address O 95, Globe.
WASHING, IRONING AND MENDING for
gentlemen neatly done. 336 East Seventh
st. Room 8-.-
WASHING — An experienced woman wants
washing and ironing in private families.
Call or address L. M., 542 Cedar st., near
WASHING AND IRONING— Wanted, to go
out washing and ironing. Call or address
641 Charles st.
WASHING— Wanted, to go/out washing by the
day; give satisfaction. 385'/. Walnut st
Mrs. V. A.
WASHING OR IRONING^GirI wants~to go
out washing 1 and ironing by the day. Call at
99 West Tenth st.
WASHING — Woman who goes out washing,
ironing and housecleaning. Call at 209 West
Third st, in bakery.
WASHING — A lady takes in washing and
goes out at 201 West Sixth st
WASHING — Woman takes In and goes out
washing, at 201 West Si*th st.
CANARY SINGERS— Young birds. The De
Cou Co., Sixth and Market
DOG — For sale, well bred dog, water spaniel,
cheap. 159 Sherburne dv.
FOR SALE— One 10-hors« 500-volt motor;
three 300-light dynamos, two large exhaust
fans, cheap. John Gorman, 315 Minne
FURNACE— For sale, one large hot-air fur
nace, good as new; set of Donnelly's Atlas
of St. Paul and Amberg Letter File, fifteen
cases. Address A 81, Globe.
GOLD FISH— Fan-tailed gold fish. The De
Cou Co., Sixth and Market
GUINEA PIGS, rabbits, squirrels etc. The
_De Cou Co., Sixth and Market.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS— For sale, odd lot of
household goods, carpets, stoves, tables etc.
702 Marshall ay. "^
KODAK— For sale, an Eastman 4x5 kodak,
complete; cheap. Room 10. Globe building.
LAUNDRY UTENSILS— For sale, complete
outfit of laundry utensils, including mangle,
starchers, lroners, tubs, tanks, etc.; also a
delivery horse. For terms, call 1013 Pioneer
PARROTS— A lot of fine ones. The De Cou
Co., Sixth and Market.
PARROTS— DoubIe yellow lieads, cheap. The
De Cou Co.. Sixth and Market.
SHOWCASES— For sale, two showcases, one
ten-foot plate, one common, cheap, 'cash.
Apply 934 Payne ay. : "> v
SHOT GUN— For sale, a fine double-barreled
shot gun; cheap. floonviO. Globe building.
A RESPONSIBLE PART^ wants to rent a
gent's bicycle for the season. State terms
Address V 96, Globejt |
$156 BUYS A FINE UFRItfHT PIANO— BEEN
used only two years; a gfeat bargain- $5 per
month; at No. 14 jwesf Sixth at S. W.
Raudenbush & Co.
$175 BUYS A FISCHER UPRIGHT PIANO,
nearly new, at No. t^W«st Sixth st 8. W.
Raudenbush & Co.
— — - ■>
$100— A GOOD UPRiSHT PIANO— SS per
mon h. Call at No. 14 Weit Sixth st &
W. Raudenbush & Co.
BOARDING — Wanted, by widow with 3-year
old child, pleasant boarding place; refer
ences exchanged. Address M So. Globe.
BOARD wanted in private family for an in
valid child, aged .eight years; willing to
pay for good care^ L. Y-. Globe.
j. w. shepard. 94 bast 4th st., rents
houses, stores, offices, steam
heated apartments; collects
rents; acts as owners' agent.
COTTAGE— 887 East Eighth Bt.; eight rooma,
modern improvements, ten minutes' walk
from depot. D. Bergman & Co.. 186 East
FOR RENT— Nine-room house, No. 420 Selby
ay. ; it is a very good and convenient house,
with steam heat, largo yard; rent, $28 if
rented this month.
$16— SIX ROOMS and bath, No. 274 Rondo et.;
convenient and walking distance.
$B— FOUR-ROOM cottage, 421 Harrison ay.,
near Pleasant; newly repaired.
17— FIVE ROOMS up stairs, 738 Payne ay.;
water and sewer.
$6— SEVEN-ROOM brick house and barn,
W. F. MORITZ,
Pioneer Press Building.
HOUSE— Six or eight-room house; must be
cheap; good tenant Address or call 124
East Third St.
HOUSE— For rent, large single dwelling. 405
HOUSE— At 309 Smith ay., house for rent; four
HOUSE— For rent, eight-room house, 388
North Fort St., between Fifth and Sixth
sts. ; cellar and city water. Inquire on
premises or next door.
HOUSE— For rent, warm little house, five
rooms, city water; nice yard. 427 Van
HOUSE— A nice house, or part of it, will be
rented reasonably to the right party ; modern
conveniences; furnished or unfurnished;
references exchanged. 180 East University
HOUSE— For rent, detached house, Dayton
ay. ; eight rooms ; perfect order. E. C. Bow
en, 698 Dayton ay.
HOUSE— For rent, eight-room house, No. 20^
East Tenth st. ; modern improvements. Ap
ply to Selbert Bros., 201 East Tenth st
HOUSE FOR RENT— Eleven-room brick house
with all modern conveniences and centrally
located. Inquire at 23 College ay. East.
HOUSE — Pleasant eight-roomed house; all
modern improvements, in Central terrace,
82 West Central ay.
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY— Davidson
Block, East Fourth and Jackson Sts.—
Houses, flats, rooms and stores for rent in
all parts_of the city_and at all prices.
SCHRAM'S RENTING AGENCY, Rooms 320
and 322 Manhattan Building, rents houses,
stores, flats, rooms, furnished and unfur
nished for housekeeping; place insurance;
pay taxes; do all kinds of repairing; we per
sonally visit our houses every week.
TAVLOKd KKNTt.NG AIiKNCTt — GLOBS
BUILDING — WB RENT HOUSE 3.
STOKES. OFFICE 3. TAKE CHARGE 09
RENIED PROPERTY AND MAKES COL
BROADWAY, 667— For rent, three or four
furnished rooms for housekeeping; also five
unfurnished rooms; modern improvements.
BROADWAY, 533— For rent, furnisied reoms,
suitable for one or two gentlemen. Call
ELEVENTH ST., 144 EAST— Corner Jackson—
For rent, first-class furnished front room
and side room.
HOTEL VELO, 458 St. Peter St.— Furnished
rooms for transients by day, week or month.
MINNESOTA ST., 542— For rent, large front
or back room; furnace heat; $7.50 per
MACKUBIN ST., 222— Three rooms, en suite,
on first floor, furnished for housekeeping;
terms reasonable; block and a half from
NORRIS ST., 211— Near Sib'.ey— For rent, four
nice unfurnished rooms on first floor.
NINTH ST., 140 EAST— Nicely furnished
rooms; rent cheap; to gentlemen only. _^
ROOM— Front room, furnished, suitable for
two young ladies, with or without board.
Call 503 Lafond st. _____
ROOM— For rant, a very pleasant large room
for one or two gentlemen in private house;
new: near business center. Address A 100,
ROOMMATE— A gentleman wants a room
mate in suit of two furnished rooms, separ
ate beds. Apply at Flat 17. Buckingham.
ROOMS— For rent, furnished or unfurnished
rooms; single or en suite. Defiel block,
Seven corners. S 84, Globe.
ROOMS— Two rooms, $5; bedroom furnished,
$4; modern improvements; first floor. 542
ROOMS— Ground floor, 4, 5 or 6 modern
rooms, anywhere south of Iglehart and
east of St. Albans. Address P 84, Globe.
ROOMS— Second floor rooms. Call at 193 East
Seventh st. Suitable for dressmaking or of
SEVENTH. 93 WEST— Suite of comfortably
furnished rooms, with steam heat and use
of kitchen, for man and wife.
SEVENTH ST., 307, WEST— Second Floor-
Two large, nice rooms, unfurnished, with
pantry, clothes press, water, private hall;
everything complete; cheap.
SEVENTH ST., 204%, EAST— First-class fur
nished rooms for rent, single or en suite.
SEVENTH ST., 59, EAST— First-class fur
nished rooms, en suite or single.
SMITH AY., 137 — Pleasant furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences; near cable;
in private family.
ST. PETER ST.. 673— For rent, partly fur
nished flat of three rooms for housekeeping;
bath and gas.
UTOPIA— 493 St. Peter St.— Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite; rates reasonable
for the summer; transients can be accom
FLAT of four rooms, with bath and gas.
297^ Nelson ay.
FLAT— Beautiful furnished flat, four rooms,
electric light; everything complete for couple
to keep house; Aug. 1, $20; central.
Schram's Renting Agency, 320 and 322 Man
FLAT— One flat for rent in the Colonial, 579
Summit ay., near Kent st. ; apply to Her
man Kretz, 1016 New York Life Bldg.
FLATS— To Rent— We have a few choice six
and seven-room flats on St. Anthony Hill,
including steam heat and all modern con
veniences. Each has a separate entrance,
and may be termed houses. The most rea
sonable rent in the city; will make a spe
cial figure for the summer months. Don't
fail to call. M. E. Kost & Co., corner Third
and Robert sts.
FLAT — Seevn-room flat; all modern conven
iences, including gas, gas ranges, hot water;
first floor. 215 West Seventh st.
THE BUCKINGHAM— Corner of Smith~av7
and Ninth St.; five, six and eight-room flats,
with all modern conveniences, including
gas. ranges, hot water the entire year; ele
vator service until midnight; references re
quired. Apply at the building or at the of
fice of the National Investment Company, 45
National German-American Bank Building.
TO RENT— LYTLE'S FLATS ON GROVE ST.
No. 209-211— One first floor flat, elegant con
dition; separate shed and yard room, $10
per month; one second floor flat, very desir
able, newly papered and grained; also one
basement flat, $8 per month; halls carpeted
and lit, and halls, walks, etc., taken care
of by Janitor. Inquire janitor, basement
213 Grova at., or E. Lytle, 411 Robert St.,
PIANO — For rent, cheap, first-class grand
square Knabe piano. Address B 77, Globe.
J~t ¥ C l /^ 1 15* Manufacturer
•** *— '• E '*-»E') and Dealer nl
Importer of Billiard Cloth and Supplies. Al
tering and repairing done on short notice. See
ond-tiand tables bought and sold.
ggQ East Seventh St. St. Paul Wlim
PYRAMID PILE CURE
Is a new discovery for the prompt, permanent
cure of Piles in every form.
Every druggist hail.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES and other mis
?*llaneoua forfeited pledges. The place to
buy goods these hard times is where you can
buy them for nearly one-half they can
be bought for elsewhere. Ladies and gentle
men's gold watches we are selling for a
trifle more than they are worth in old gold,
the high grade Elgin and Waltham move
ment. Our prices on diamonds are from 35
to 40 per cent below retail pri.ee. Read below
a description and price of a few of our many
great bargains, at Lytle's Diamond Parlors,
411 Robert street now.
$25.00, COST $75.00— Three orchestra clarionets,
A, B, C, heavy silver-plated keys, fine tone
and perfect Instruments in every way, and in
a suitable case. At Lytle's loan office, 411
Robert street, Room 1.
$60.00, COST $150.00— Parker hammerless gun;
extra fine Damascus steel barrels, extra fine
Imported stock, extra fine checking and en
graving, skeleton butt plate, pistol grip, No.
10 gauge, 8& pounds, 28-inch barrels; in per
fect and fine condition; No. 1 sole leather
case. At Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert
street, Room 1.
$"0.00, COST $65.00— Most elaborate and mag
nificent heavy quadruple-plated swinging
ioe pitcher, with decorated plat
form, extra large goblet and waste bowl,
gold lined, pitcher is porcelain lined; en
tirely new, It being a wedding present and
never used. This would be a grand piece
for club room or first-class saloon. At
Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert street,
$15.00, COST $60.00— White sewing machine, al
most entirely new, four drawers oak frame,
with all extra attachments and in perfect
running order. At Lytle's Diamond Parlors,
411 Robert street, Room L
$50.00, COST $350.00—1 have two furnaces, the
most perfect in use; one for 15 or 16- room
house, the other a capacity of 9 to 12 rooms;
the furnaces are complete with register,
double connecting pipes, warranted perfect in
every way. These same furnaces can't be
bought today for less than $250 spot cash.
At Lytle's, 411 Robert street, Room 1.
$6.00. COST $12.00— One nickel-plated double
action hammerless Smith & Wesson revolver,
in perfect condition. At Lytle's Loan Office,
411 Robert street, Room 1.
$18.00, COST $40.00— Solid gold 14-karat band
bracelets; do not show wear in the least and
worth the amount we ask in old gold. At
Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert street.
$15.00, COST $65.00— Late style and magnificent
stick pin, beautifully enameled and studded
with rubies and pearls, warranted in perfect
condition. At Lytle's, 411 Robert street,
$5.00, COST $15.00— Stick pin, very unique and
pretty design; set with diamonds and ru
bies. At Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert
crt street. Room 1.
$25.00, COST $75.00— 01 d gold bracelet, fash
ionable English mounting set with 3 pure
white brilliant diamonds and 8 pigeon blood
rubies; this is a great bargain. At Ly tie's,
411 Robert street, Room 1.
$80.00, COST $120.00— Lady's diamond ring, Tif
fany mounting; diamond is a perfect blue
white gem, brilliant, perfectly cut, without
a flaw; diamond alone is worth $100.00 at
wholesale. At Lytle's Diamond Parlors 411
Robert street, Room 1.
$35.00, COST $75.00— Handsome and fashionable
gentleman's diamond sleeve button; plain
smooth gold mounting, with two pure white
%-karat diamonds set in star. At Lytle's,
411 Robert street, Room 1.
$38.00, COST $65.00— Diamond ear screws, with
safety screw; diamonds weigh %-karat each;
perfect, round, good depth, white and bril
liant, with new style handsome mounting.
At Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert
$100.00, COST $185.00— Lady's solitaire diamond
ring; light Tiffany mounting; diamond
weighs I>4 karats; handsomely cut stone,
perfectly round, nice depth; each facet is cut
perfect and accurate; soft, blue-white color;
warranted without a flaw. At Lytle's Dia
mond Parlors, 411 Robert street.
WE WILL SELL a plain, solid gold 18-karat
wedding ring for $3.50 and $4 that will cost
you at retail from $7 to $9; we make these
rings up ourselves out of fine old gold cases
and chains, etc. At Lytle's, 411 Robert
street, Room 1.
$125.00, COST $225.00— Diamond stud; stone
weighs 1% karats; warranted perfect in every
respect; that means color, shape and flawless
and bright as a star. At Lytle's, 411 Robert
street, Room 1.
$30.00. COST $60.00— Three-stone diamond
ring; diamonds are set diagonal, Tiffany
mounting, nine sparkling white diamonds.
At Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert st.
$200.00, COST $375.00— Extra fine sun-burst;
the style of mounting is the most fashionable
and elegant made, being a combination and
interchangeable; used for brooch, hair orna
ment, medallion, etc. At Lytle's, 411 Rob
ert street, Room 1.
$38.50, COST $65.00— Solitaire lady's diamond
ring; diamond weighs 1 karat, set up in the
latest Tiffany swell mounting; diamond is
perfectly white, brilliant, nicely cut; slightly
imperfect, but not perceptible to the naked
eye. At Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert
$48.00, COST $120.00— Diamond earrings, fash
ionably mounted; diamonds weigh 1% karats
white, brilliant, perfect diamonds. At Lytle's
Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert street.
$20.00, COST $45.00— Diamond earrings; nice
snappy white stones, weigh % karat. At
Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert street
FINE NICKEL-PLATED faro box, cost $75
for $10. At Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert
street, Room 1.
MONEY TO LOAN on watches, diamonds
bicycles, typewriters, furs and all fine goods
of value; goods sent to parties living out
side of the city C. O. D., with privilege of
examination. At Lytle's Loan Office and-
Diamond Parlors, 411 Robert street, oppo
site the Ryan Hotel.
Free Want Page Blank
For the Unemployed
Or ST. PAUL AMD KINITBAPOLU.
Free situation or Help Wanted Ad
vertiiemeuU muit be written ou ibli
blank and *eit to THE GLOBE Ad-
TMrdkias Department, St. Paul.
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REAL. ESTATE FOfl SALE.
E. P. ROBERTS,
OB Gmt Fourth Street.
For your rents, real estate loans and insur
anc«. I aiaka a specialty of ren'i.
LANDS— A Profitable Deal— 2.Coo acres of the
finest kind of farmin? land in Southern
Mtnnesota, partly improved and part
ly unimproved, located only from
one to three miles from a flourish-
Ing town, ncluding one-third of the crop
for this year, will be sold for one-half
of the actual value In order to raise money.
There is $20,000 in this deal to anybody.
The land car only be sold one-half cash,
balance on time. E. H. Hobe, 315 Jackson
at.. St. Paul, Minn. _^_
FARMS FOR SALE.
FARMS— Near St. Paul, $20 per acre: Minne
apolis improved property, half price. 3.
N. Stewart, Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE— A farm of 67 acres on lake one
half mile from village of Richardson, Wls.,
a station on the St. Paul, Minneapolis ft
Omaha railroad. 50 miles from St. Paul. This
farm has handsome frontage on lake of 90
rods, all of which is clear sand and pebble
beach. About 40 acres now in crops, bal
ance woodland; pasture, good farm build
ings, bearing orchard, plums, grapes and
small fruits. $1,700 pays for this farm, one
half down, balance on time at 7 per cent.
Old age is reason for wishing to sell. E.
Magner Richardson. Polk county, Wis.
FOR SALE— Unimproved Dakota land; flrst
class; lowest price. Write David Greenway,
PROPOSALS FOR ERECTION OF SCHOOL
BUILDINGS, STEAM HEATING AND
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS — Depart
ment of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, July 13, 1896.—
SEALED PROPOSALS, Indorsed "Proposals
for erection of school buildings, etc.." and
addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, Washington, D. C, will be received
at this Office until 1 o'clock p. m. of Aug.
18, 1896, for furnishing the necessary mate
rials and labor required in the erection and
completion of the following buildings, etc.,
at the Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak., viz:
One (1) brick school and assembly build
One (1) brick mess hall and kitchen.
Two (2) brick dormitory buildings,
One (1) brick boiler house, laundry, and
Two (2) brick employees' quarters,
One (1) brick warehouse,
One (1) Central steam heating and electric
Also for furnishing the necessary materials
and labor required in the erection and com
pletion of the following buildings, etc., at
the Rosebud Agency, S. Dak., viz;
One (1) brick school and assembly build
Two (2) brick dormitory buildings.
One (1) brick mess hall and kitchen.
One (1) brick boiler house, laundry, and
Two (2) brick employees' quarters,
One (1) brick warehouse.
One (1) brick work shop,
One (1) Central steam heating and electrlo
light plant, all in strict accordance with
plans, specifications and instructions to bid
ders, which may be examined at the Indian
Offlce, Washington, D. C, the offices of the
"Globe," of St. Paul, Minn., the "Tribune,"
of Sioux City, lowa, the "World-Herald," of
Omaha, Nebr., the Pine Ridge Agency, S.
Dak., and the Rosebud Agency, S. Dak.
The Government will furnish all bricks re
quired in the construction of the above-men
tioned buildings. In close proximity to the
Bidders will state specifically in their bids
the proposed price for each building, etc.,
and the length of time required to complete
The right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed for
the best Interest of the service.
The attention of bidders is invited to the
act of Congress approved August 1, 1892, en
titled: "An act relating to the limitation of
the hours of daily service of laborers and me
chanics employed upon the public works of
the United States and of the District of
Columbia"; also, to the act of Congress ap-
I proved August 13, 1894, entitled: "An act for
the protection of persons furnishing materials
and labor for the construction of publio
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
depository, or solvent national bank In the
vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made
payable to the order of the Commissioner of
Indian Affairs, for at least five per cent of
the amount of the proposal, which check or
draft will be forfeited to the United States
in case any bidder or bidders receiving an
award shall fail to promptly execute a con
tract with good and sufficient sureties, other
wise to be returned to the bidder.
Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of a
certified check will not be considered.
D. M. BROWNING,
DIRECTORY OF THE
PAW Business Us
OF ST. PAUL.
The following tt published dally for th*
benefit of traveling salesmen, stranger* ami
the public generally. It includes all ttia
trades and professions, and cannot fall t»
prove of interest to all who intend transact
ing buslnemt in at. fa til.
Metropolitan, Sixtn. near Robert st.
Grand, Sixth and St. Peter streets.
Strak's Tivoli, Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission frea.
Thauwald Bros.. 303-355 Seventh st.
Butter and Kgrgs.
Milton Dairy Company, 723 Wabasha st. T»L
Cut Rate Ticket*.
Corbett's, 169 East Third st.
Edwards, 173 Third st., 339 Robert st.
Ransom & Horton. 99-101 East Sixth.
McGulre ft Mulrooney, 77-79 East 3d st.
C. C. Emerson & Co., 26 East Third su
Thuet & McNamee, 95 East Third st.
De Camp £ Beyer. 129 East Third st
Dore & Redpath, 70 and 72 East Third st
R. E. Cobb Sl-33 East Third st.
Eipress and Storage.
Kent ! s Express and Storage Company, 221 W.
Seventh st. Cheapest and best.
Tnbbeslng Bros.. 100 East Third st.
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
sta.. and 486-488 East Seventh st.
Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
Loan* on Watcliei, Diamonds, Far*.
Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert. Room L
The Hit. 51 West Third st. Tel. 268.
11 Ilk and Cream.
H. Stebblng (Como), 367 Dayton a*. All cows
guaranteed free from tuberculosis.
Hew* and Stationery.
Charles L. Neumann. 224 West Seventh st.
Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water Heat.
McQuillan Bros.. 183 Western cv.
hiieet iietul Workers, Stove,
Karat ft Brehtr. Ih3 West Third st.
McFadden-Mullen Co.. 65 to B9 East Sd st.
Theo. Bunker, corner West 7th and 6th sts.
Wholenale Wine* and Liqaori,
B. Simon. 297-299 East Seventh st.
7 m WliX'OX COJI FOUND
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