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WANTS MAY BE LEFT
At the following locations for Inser
tion In the Daily and Sunday Globe,
at the same rates as are charged by
the main office.
Hamline Pharmacy _ Drug Store
_ 750 SNELLING AVENUE.
Sever Westby : Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREET.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug Store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill News Stand
MK.HHI V M PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES._
ST. ASTHOXY HILL.
Emil Bull Druggist
GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. •
W. A. Frcst & Co Drug Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight Bros Drug Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell Drug Store
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
Brackett's . Pharmacy
VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES.
The Eclipse Drug Store.
S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
George Marti Drug Store
S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. Hah Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
B. H. Reeves Drug Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
y. M. Crudden Confectioner
496 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Dru* Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drug Store
CORNER RICE AND IGLEHART.
C. R. "Mrrelius Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
499 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Mullen Drug Store
COR. JAME& AND WEST SEVENTH.
C. A. Monchow. Cigars and Tobacco
tTN'IVEIiaiTY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
HORSES AMD CARRIAGES.
ICITY SALE STABLE 411 Cedar st., horses,
I buggies, phaetons and harness bought and
FOtR SALE — Seven good horses; two cheap
oritfs; one cart with box on, cash or time.
211 \Saat Ninth st.
NEW CONSIGNMENTS of farm mares, draft
horses? and drivers just received; every
horse sisld must be as represented or money
refunded; auction Wednesday and Saturday;
reference/?, First National bank, Columbia
National bank, Minneapolis, or any
commercial agency. Barrett & Zim
merman, £0 Second st. north, Minneapolis,
and Mlnnesom. Transfer, St. Paul.
FOR SALE CKJEAP— One-horse wagon at 301
FOR SALE— Nio©, gentle pony, harness and
buckboard, all in good condition. 376 St.
Peter st., er Pullman office, Union depot.
HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS— Young?
sound and gentle; a bargain. 384 North
WANTED— A second-hand A No. 1 light track
or buggy harness; must be a first-class
article and in good condition; give descrip
tlon and price. Address X 87, Globe.
SEE HORSE WANTED in business chances.
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
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
fntt Building- 2.V. r>(V and » box.
WANTED TO BUT.
To buy second-hand copy of Mun
son'B Shorthand Dictionary. State condition
and price. T 99, Globe.
CORNET— Second-hand "C" cornet; must b»
cheap* Room 16, - Globe building.
COWBOY'S SADDLE— Wanted, good cow
boy's saddle for cash. B. A. Pomeroy
Eighth and Sibley sts.
IWANTED — RARE U. S. COINS — Highest
prices paid- send 10 cents silver to the
American Rare Coin Co., 14 Huntington St.,
Brooklyn, N. T., for premium list of rare
_ coins wanted.
DO YOU want a piano cheap? If so, look at
I Diamond upright, worth $175. for $90
I Emerson upright, worth $300, for 150
L Fischer, worth $250, for 150
[Vose & Sons' upright, worth $300, for. .190
Knabe upright, worth $300, for 185
"^ernis cash or $5 to $10 per month. Call
on S. W. RaudeniHish & Co., No. 14 West
fepi-VIAL^-A beautiful matchless Shaw piano,
cost $450; left with us for sale at only $225;
owner lfft the rlty.
EXCHANGE for property near Interurban
line, a good house and large lot near Plym
outh ay. Address Globe 36, B. N., Minne
&INGLE PHAETON— For ladies' -96 model
bicycle. 698 Dayton ay.
k T EW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Seventh. R. N. Cardoza. Proprietor.
BOARD— Wanted, two lady boarders with pri
vate family. 470 Temperance, between
Eighth and Ninth sta.
pOARb— Connecting rooms with board for
two or three gentlemen, or man and wife,
on hill. Address X 92, Globe.
pOARD— 2S4 West Fifth st, one large fur
nished room suitable for two gentlemen;
J3OARD — Furnished front alcove room with
board for gentlemen, at 372 North Ex
BOARD^-Newly furnished rooms with first
claaa hoard at reasonable prices; conven
ientto business. 274 Iglehart st.
BOARD— Furnished .room, with board, on
Holly ay. ; references required. Address L
ROOM AND BOARD — All modern improve
ments ; cheap rates. 252 West Fifth st.
BOOM AND BOARD— Young lady would like
room and board in private family on the
hill; references exchanged. Address X 95,
OENTS' BICYCLES FOR SALE — 1895 Kirk
Standard, in good order, $25.00; 1895 Steams,
Model A, gent's, good as new, $37.50; 1896
wheels, Bellis,. Trilby and Invincible, at
equally low rates. Cuddy Cycle Co.
fel CYCLE— Gentleman's brand new $100 bi
cycle; never been used, very cheap. Ad
dress F 81, Globe.
E'linCD TilflUC On account of assigrn
!>EiiUCrl | |f IIIC ment ot owner, we
will sell three car loads
test 6'o-footinauilla. Binder Twine at SV» cents
Jess than wholesale cost price. Purchasers may
hare any quantity as long as it lasts. Write or
wire for sample. J. M. Griffith's Warehouse,
fai-735 Norm, Second tit. Minneapolis, Minn.
SITUATIONS OFFERED— MALES.
AGENTS WANTED— Campaign Buttons, Pins,
etc. Large variety and lowest prices. Quick
sellers. Buy from manufacturer. Complete
line of samples, 10c. Perm Supply Co.,
AGENTS WANTED— To handle a beautiful
campaign charm. One-half million sold
last campaign. Good selling qualities.
Made for all parties. Good profits. Any
body can sell. Harvest for hustlers. Sample
10c; doz. 75e. Write today. Hoosier Charm
Co., Kokomo, Ind.
AGENTS WANTED— Big money, meritorious
article. Its practical advantages and con
venience are recognized at sight. Quick
sales. Immense profits. For particulars
address Manufacturer, Box 528, Chicago.
AGENT WANTED— General agent for St.
Paul. Party giving satisfactory reference
can secure liberal contract and exclusive
agency. "Comfort" Drawers Supporter.
Full information and sample pair sent
upon receipt of 25c. One good man wanted
in every town. The Brock Mfg. Co., 820
_Reaper Block, Chicago, 111.
AGENTS — Dealers everywhere sell cabinet
photographs, McKtnley, Bryan, leading act
resses; 10 cents for sample and wholesale
prices. Kern Bros. Co., 314 Second St.,
AGENTS— From $3 to flO per day guaran
teed to sell the "Business Guide." Over
400 pages, 12m0., cloth, selling price $1.
Outfit free to hustlers. For particulars ad
dress J. L. Nichols & Co., Naperville, 111.
AGENTS— Hustlers make $5 daily selling only
revolving griddle cake turner. Sample, 20c.
O. E. Mickel, Manufacturer, Haverhill,
Mass. ' '
AGENTS— S4 a day to give away; best cook
ing utensils made as an- advertisement.
Purinton Co., Dcs Motnes, 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.
BARBER— A first-class barber, with good
habits, wanted. Call at 12 o'clock Monday.
Schnell & Krank, 408 Jackson at.
BARBER — Best chance ever offered to learn
the barber trade. Only eight weeks to
learn. Wages made Saturdays while learn
ing. Failure impossible. Tools donated.
Catalogue free. Twin City Barber College,
223 Washington ay. south, Minneapolis.
, BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, young man as
bookkeaper and salesman; wages, $50 per
month; those afraid of long hours and
hard work need not apply. Address- stat
ing age, experience and references, Z 90,
BOYS AND GIRLS to sell 100 pounds of Tea
and get bicycle free; wood rim, pneumatic
tire. National Consolidated Co., Chicago.
CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS— Wanted, circu
lar distributors everywhere; good pay. Ap
ply with stamp. Northwestern Distributing
14.50 PER n,OOO~CASH for distributing ctr
culars; inclose 4 cents. U. S. Distributing
Bureau, Chicago. ,
HERDER— Wanted, a Swede boy, about fif
teen years old, to herd cows. J. J. John
son, 1457 Edgerton st.
INDISPENSABLE IN ANY HOUSEHOLD—
Ball's Combination Kitchen Tool, the only
perfect bread and meat slicer and bone
saw, all in one, yet offered the public. A
simple device needed in every kitchen; 100
per cent profit for agents. Exclusive ter
ritory granted. Write for particulars.
Standard Steel Tool Co., Akron, O.
OVERALL CUTTER— Overall cutter wanted;
apply factory. Powers Dry Goods Co.
OFFICE WORK — Wanted, a young man about
eighteen for officework; one having knowl
edge of shorthand preferred; state refer
ences and salary expected. Address C 80,
SALESMEN— For our Bryan and McKlnley
cigars. $30 weekly and expenses; experience
unnecessary. Folk, Ritchie & Co., St.
SALESMAN wanted; must come well recom
mended; steady position; chance of rising.
Address V 88. Globe.
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.,
SALESMAN— Wanted, by old established
house, experienced specialty salesman to
devote exclusive attention to our line. High
commission. Exclusive territory; must have
unquestionable record as to honesty and
ability. Others need not apply. Box 81-4,
SALESMAN— Wanted, by "a reliable and ex
perlenced man, position as salesman or col
lector either in the city or' on the road;
can furnish A 1 city reference. Address C.
Foster. General Delivery, City.
SALESMEN make $200 a month selling our
Machines for Cooling Refrigerators. Guar
anteed 75 per cent cheaper than ice. Pro
duce a dry cold that keeps perishable arti
cles indefinitely. Write for terms. Arctic
Refrigerating Co.. Cincinnati, O.
SALESMAN— Large cigar firm wants a sales
man in every locality; $50 per month and ex
penses to beginners; entirely new induce
ments to agents and dealers. Address Box
$75 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.
THE BANKERS 7 LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets $650,900; largest, strongest and best
Minnesota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
of good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul. Minn.
WE don't want boys or loafers, but men of
ability. $300 to $500 a month to hustlers.
State arid general agents. Salary and com
mission. Racine Fire Engine Co., Racine,
WANTED — For about ten days, good, prac
tical man to assist in house moving: state
wages, with board. Address X 93, Globe.
WANTED— Capable man to manage branch
office; $600 required; salary $1,200: good
chance for right person. Manager, 200 Mon
on Block, Chicago.
WANTED— Man to open offices in every
county and represent manufactory; big
commission; steady position. Ohio Mfg.
Co., Dayton, O.
WANTED— Solicitors for campaign book,
"Bryan, Sewall and Free Silver," author
ized by Bryan, written by R. L. Metcalf,
appointed author by Bryan. Contains
speeches and platform. A bonanza for
agents; a free silver mine for workers.
Only $1.50. The only authorized book. f>o
per cent. Credit given. Freight paid.
Outfit free. Begin now with choice of
territory. Permanent profitable work for
'96. Address The National Book Concern,
Star Building. Chicago.
WANTED— LocaI managers. Both sexes.
Yearly income of $1,000 and more guaran
teed to workers. Permanent; no experience
necessary. Address, with self-addressed
stamped envelope, Swiss Tea Co., P. O.
Box 528, Chicago.
WANTED— General agent at St. Paul by
strong Western life insurance company;
must be energetic and have good acquaint
ance. P. O. Box 826, Chicago.
WANTED— Man to manage branch office; $600
required; salary $1,200; got>d chance for
right person. Manager, 200 Monon Block
WANTED— Men and women to work for u»
day or evening at their homes; nice, pleas
ant work; no canvassing; experience not
necessary; we pay salary; send us your ad
dress. Standard Manfg. Co., 142 "W. 23d,
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 — Agents; liberal contract; choice
territory; pays sick, accident, death and en
. dowment benefits. Address American Benev
olent Association, St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED— Steady Catholic man residing
in towns outside of St. Paul; $75 per month
Write F. H. KeUy, 56 Fifth ay., Chicago,
WIRE-WORKERS— Wanted, competent wiro
workers. Factory, East Seventh and Cy
MISS HULL, successor to Mrs. Baldwin, re
moves superfluous hair, moles, etc, by elec
tricity; only positive and permanent remedy
references given. 37)7 Merrill Block, corner
Fifth and St. Peter sts.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY to become lawful
physicians. Medico, 1001 West Congress st.
THE SAIXT PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1898.
DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, an experi
enced dining room girl; wages, (15. 102
_West Fourth st.
DINING ROOM GlßLS— Experienced, at new
restaurant. 318 Robert Bt.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, 26 girl* for house
work; good wages. The German Intelli
gence, oldest and most reliable in the city.
Mrs. Schnell, 14 East Seventh St., rooms 8
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, servant for general
housework in small family. Apply 563 Can
ada st. German preferred.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, general servant, for
family of three; house has modern conven
iences; good wages; must be good cook.
161 Cambridge, two blocks from Grand.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a strong.willing girl
for general housework; must be a good
plain cook. Mrs. C. R. Grofl, 311 Pleasant
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted for general
housework. 936 Goodrich ay.
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general house
work. Call Monday morning at 787 East
Fourth st. •
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for light house
work in family of three. Apply 110 South
Robert, Flat 25.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, at once, young Ger
man girl in family of three; good home and
wages. Call 38 Garfleld st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a strong willing girl
for general housework, must be a good plain
cook. Mrs. C. R. Groff, 311 Pleasant ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted immediately, a good
girl for general housework; big wages paid.
Apply 534 Laurel ay.
HOUSEWORK — Wanted, competent girl for
general housework; German preferred. 493
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl at 952 Ashland
ay.; wages $15 per month.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, neat girl for general
housework; only two in family. Apply at
286 Fuller st
KITCHEN GIRL— CaII 464 Jackßon st.
SALESLADIES— Good salesladies in every
city to sell entirely new article; quick
sales, big profits, steady work. Address
The Home Supply Co., Box 400, La Crosse,
SEAMSTRESS AND APPRENTICE— Wanted,
seamstress and apprentice; full course of
dressmaking and cutting free; by the Wil
liams French tailor system. Room 8, Fore
STENOGRAPHER — Wanted, stenographer
and typewriter, capable of assisting on the
books; state experience and salary expected;
position permanent. Address R. J. O'Con
nell, Sauk Center, Minn.
30 GIRLS wanted for all kinds of places;
highest wages. Mrs. Merryweather, 543 Wa
WANTED— A lady, not under twenty-three,
to work in our order department; perma
nent position; salary, $26 monthly; refer
ences. Address Z 81, Globe.
PERSON. AX ».
MRS. DR. MOSS,
THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT,
Vow Located at
NO. 552 WABASHA STREET.
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 Investigating 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 mirac
ulous. She is so endowed that she can
be of inestimable help to her fellow man,
and in all things stands ready to lend a
helping hand. She can reveal the secrets
of the past, and accurately foretell the com
ing 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 busi
ness people of the city consult her daily,
and she has been the means of saving many
a man from financial ruin. These things
taken into consideration, she is pre-emin
ently one of the world's great wonders, and
the many thousands 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,
553 WABASHA STREET,
LADIES, you can save money this week
buying toilet goodr at the Eugenic parlors,
53 Syndicate block, Minneapolis; we will
sell face powder, face bleach, moth and
freckle lotion; hair vigor that really makes
the hair grow. All these goods under us
ual price. Satisfaction guaranteed ; book- on
physical beauty free.
TOUPEES, wigs and switches made to order;
manicuring and scalp treatment. Mrs.
Schellenberger,. 32 East Sixth st.
MRS. DR. MACK, from Chicago, tub bath
and massage, manicure and chiropodist.
186 East Seventh st.
MADAME STEELE, card reader; prices, 25
and 50 cents. 189 East Eighth St.; office
hours, 2 to 9 p. m.
DON'T be a flat breasted woman or girl any
longer. You don't look nice! You don't
look nicely dressed no matter what you put
on. There Is but one remedy on earth
which enlarges, develops and makes them
firm, plump and charming. Dr. Conway's
Bust TABLOIDS enlarges them 4 TO 10
INCHES without injury, and they never
fail. We develop them a stated number of
inches or forfeit $1,000; or, we sell you
the remedies and you do the work at
home. Sealed particulars, 4c stamps. Con
way Specific Medicine Co., 133 Tremont St.,
MEDICATED FACIAL steam treatment, 50c;
shampoo, 25c; superfluous hair removed'
25c; manicuring, 25c; electric, alcohol and
massage treatment, 75c each. 26S Selby ay.,
ladies' bath house.
M. M. PALM LEY positively cures any form
of eczema; hundreds of testimonials here in
the city. 32 East Sixth st.
VIAVI for mothers and daughters; consulta
tion and health book free; women not well
can assist in the work to pay for treatment
Call at 54 Mannheimer building.
ATTENTION, LADIES! "EMMA" BUST
developer will enlarge your bust five
inches; guaranteed; sealed instructions 2
cents; or 24-page illustrated catalogue' 6
cents by mail. Emma Toilet Bazaar Bos
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teltsworth; prices reduced 50
cents; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth
AUCTION SALE of Pfister's entire stock of
watches, Jewelry, silverware, clocks etc
beginning (tomorrow) Monday, Aug. 3 :
sales at 10 a. m., 2 and 7:30 p. m. 54 East
MRS. ANNIE McBRIDE has returned to
: the city and has opened up dressmaking
parlors at 126 West Seventh St., Room 3,
where she will be pleased to see all her
old customers and as many new one* as
will favor her with their patronage.
W, R. DREW— Manufacturer of tents and
awnings, stock covers, flags and banners
397 Rice St., St. Paul.
GET YOUR ROOFING AND CORNICE
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Cornice Co.. 411 Seiby ay.
KAHLERT & MINTEL-MinnesoU Steam
Dye Works, 244 East Seventh.
SITUATIONS WANTED— Male.
BOOKKEEPER— Young man graduate of com
mercial college desires position as assist
ant bookkeeper or any kind of work in an
office or store. Addreaa H. A. H., 353 East
COOK— Young man of It years wants to learn
to b« a cook at some hotel. Address E. K.
EMPLOYMENT— Position, commission house,
on tße road, or in the house, St. Paul or
Minneapolis; references. J. H. A., 116 East
Seventeenth st, Minneapolis.
EMPLOYMENT— A good man wants work at
anything; handy with all kinds of tools;
can drive and handle horses. Addresa A
EMPLOYMENT— Young Siandinavlan, well
educated, wishes position in office or store;
moderate salary to begin with. Address R.,
307 West Page st
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, a ; position by a
young man in a business house or as a
bookkeeper or clerk in store; can give Al
references. Address E. S., 398 Weat Min
neh aha st.
EMPLOYMENT— Boy, aged fifteen, good pen
man, wants work in oflßce, store or anything
else. Address G. W.. 18» West Fourth st.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy of 11 years of age
wants work of any kind. L. 8., 450 Good
HOTEL CLERK— Position wanted in city or
country by experienced young man; best of
reference from present employer. Address
T SB. Globe.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, a by a
young man eighteen years of age in an
office or store; can furnish best cX refer
ences. Address R. A. M., 377 Grove st.
POSITION WANTED— A registered pharrna^
cist desires position; speaks Scandinavian
German and English; can take full chargel
Address No. 536 Girard ay., North Minne
SITUATIONS WASTED— FEMAXB.
BOOKKEEPER — Experienced^ jju^ book
keeper and stenographer desire» position.
Al references. Address 353 East Seventh st.
EMPLOYMENT— Place to work~ln a nice
American family. 306 Somerset st : Ger
DRESSMAKER would like a~few more en
gagements in families, either dressmaking
or plain' sewing; terms reasonable. Address
T 88, Globe.
NURSE— A young married lady wishes to
take care of a baby during the week. Ad
dress Mrs. Jefferson, General Delivery.
NURSE— A young lady would like a place
as nursp girl or clerk- in 'some store Call
or address No. 171 Forbes., av. Also a poor
wi4ow lady would like', 4b .get a few wash
ings; price very reasonable.; washings called
. for^ajd; delivered, at, N£t, JXi Forbes ay.
NURSE— A young girr : d*«Sres position as
nurse or second work: ' C., 447 Arbor et
. cit r- ... V : . :-•..•.
OFFICE WORK— A you-ng lady of good ap
pearance dasiras a position doing office
work. Addresa C 93, Globe.
OFFICE WORK— RefinedT and intelligent
young lady of good appearance desires po
sition doing office w^rk. Address O 88
Globe. . , .., 3 .. , '
SIX ENERGETIC LADIES for St. Paul and
Minneapolis arid 1 one in .every town in the
Northwest to introduce the W. & M Pure
Concentrated Powder Flavoring; something
new; takes the place of extracts; no capital
required; sample by mall, 25 cents. W &
M. Perfume Company, 216.Washburn Build
ing, St. Paul.
SITUATIONS WANTED— Three German girls
for private families, city references- two
housekeepers, good workers; one German
woman of 30 with boy of 7 wants work on
farm. The German Intelligence Offlee old
est and most reliable, 14 East Seventh st
Mrs. R. Schnell.
SEWING-Want,eA,. t sewing in. families by
competent dressmaker; prices reasonable
Room 8, Forepaugh block. Seven .corners."
SEWING— Family sewing wanted by A 1 dress^
maker; all kinds of sewing done; ready for
engagements; references given. Address B
SEWlNG— Experienced dressmaker desires
engagements in families. Address C 79
SEWlNG— Dressmaker wishes work in fam
llles; perfect work guaranteed; reference
work cheap at present. Address 406
SEWlNG— Wanted, by a good dressmaker,
sewing in family, at 75 cents a day. Ad
dress 368 North Exchange st.
WAITRESS— A competent waitress wishes a
position in a private family; can give best
of references. 494 Fuller st.
WASHING — A German girl wants to go out
washing &b£p housecle&ning. Address- 46
West Ninth st.
WASHING^Woihan goes out washing! lroih
ing and house cleaniAg- Call at 445 .Fort
St., first floor, in kitchen in the rear.
WASHING— Wanted, washing and ironing at
house or will go out; shirt waists by new
process. 2403 Twenty-sixth ay. south, Min
WASHING AND IRONlNG— Washing and
ironing taken home at 40c. per doz. ; work
done to satisfy. Call or address 767 Jack
son 9t. • ''■
WASHING AND SCRUBBING— Woman would
like to do washing or scrubbing, or any
kind of housework, by ttte-day. Please call
at 198 Eaat Tenth at * '"
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ENGINE— For sale very cheap, a 15-horse
power engine and boiler in good condi
tion. at 301 Rondo st.
FURNITURE— For sale, the whole or part
of complete house- furnishing for a small
__family : __Caii_at_onee J^JS^WextStentril.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale^cheap^
_party leaving city. Call'jjfe Grove st.
AUCTION SALE of Pfister^s entire stock of
watches, jewelry, silverware, clocks, etc.,
beginning (tomorrow) Monday, Aug. 3;
sales at 10 a. m., 2 and 7:30 p. m. 54 Efasrt
COW — Good cow for sale; can be seen at
6 p. m. at 872 Randolph st.
$150 BUYS A FISCHER UPRIGHT PIANO
if taken at once. Call at No. 40 West Ex
change, corner St. Peter.
FOR SALE— Confectionery and cigar busi
ness, 230 Acker st
FOR SALE— WeII machine and Tock drilling
outfit; capacity, 1,000 feet; steam or horse
power; will take a speedy young horse in
part payment. A. Aspinwall, Wahpeton, N.
I FOLDING BED for sale cheap: good as new.
176 Pleasant ay.
ROUND-TRIP TICKET to Seattle and return
cheap. Z. B. Zanto, Minneapolis, Minn-,
FOR SALE— One 10-horse 500-volt motor;
three 300-light dynamos, two large exhaust
fans, cheap, John Gorman, 315 Minne
LOST AHD FOIJTD.
EYEGLASSES LOST— Lost, gold eyeglasses,
between Seven corners and Wabasha. Please
return to 257 West Third. Mrs. Gross. Re
PACKAGE LOST— Lost, package of sixteen
photographic negatives; $5.00 for returning
same in good condition to Koester Studio,
412 Wabasha st.
AFFIDAVIT LOST— Between Fourth and
Broadway and the Manhattan building, an
affidavit signed by Louis F. Ullrlck. The
finder will please return to C. T. Speare,
care of Omaha Freight and receive reward.
$50 NOTE IX) ST— Enclosed in $67 check. Find
er- will be rewarded by returning same to
MATCH BOX— Lost Monday evening on Snel
ling ay Silver, with engraved initials, C.
B. N. Finder please return to Globe adver
EVENING SCHOOL in the St Paul business
college opens Aug. 3. Monday
Wednesday and Friday. Well behaved
young men and women Invited to attend.
93 East Sixth.
A PRACTICAL STENOGRAPHER OF TEN
years' experience will give lessons in sten
ography and typewriting. Terms, all day
session, $5 per month; evenings, $4. pit
man and Eclectic systems ; positions ae
cured. 45 Germania Life building.
TELEGRAPHY, bookkeeping, shorthand and
civil service examinations practically and
successfully taught, only at Globe Busi
ness College, Endieott building.
do not wait until too late. list
your houses now. taylor's rent
_ino_agency. globe build ing.
j. w. shepard. 94 east 4th st., rents
houses. stores, offices, steam
heated apartments; collects
rents; acts as owners' agent.
TAYLOR-g RBNTINQ AGENCY -GLOBE
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES
»SSSS S - OFF ICES. TAKE CHARGE OF
•££ E ™? ROPERTY AND MAKE co^-
LaEaKj I IONS.
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY— Davidson
Blk, cor. Fourth and Jackson sta. Houses,
flata, rooms and stores for rent in all
parta of the city and at all prices.
FOR RENT— Nine-room house. No. 420 Selby
ay. ; it is a very good and convenient house,
with steam heat, large yard: rent. $28 If
rented this month.
H6-SIX ROOMS and bath. No. 274 Rondo St.;
convenient and walking distance.
$B— FOUR- ROOM cottage, 421 Harrison ay.,
near Pleasant; newly repaired.
$7— FIVE ROOMS up stair*, 738 Payne ay.
-water and sewer.
W. F. MORITZ, Pioneer Press Building.
COTTAGE— For rent, cottage, 387 East Eighth
st. ;. modern improvements; 10 minutes' walk
from depot; $15 per month. D. Bergman &
Co., 186 East Third st.
COTTAGE-Small cottage for rent, near the
capitol. Call at 74 Summit ay.
HOUSE— A large 5 room house, barn and full
size lot, nice shade trees, $1,500. Also fur
niture carpets, etc; easy terms. A. A.
jtene, Room 25, Germania Life Bldg.
HOUSE— Furnished or unfurnished; nine
rooms, modern, from Oct. or Nov Ist
_J^rae^bjuggy^nd_cutter. 391 Iglehart st.
HOUSE— For rent - **•>•<», a nine-room red
Drtck house; modem improvements- furnace
heat; large yard. 29 Iglehart st.
HOUSE— Eight-room, No. 203 East Tenth st.
modern Improvements; apply to Seibert
Bros., next door.
HOUSE— Pleasant eight-roomed house; hard
wood finish; in Central Terrace. 82 West
ASHLAND AY., 414— For rent, ten rooms.
Iriqmre at No. 412 or 23 East Fifth st.
CENTRAL AY., 18— Two furnished ro7ms for
rent; all conveniences; central location.
DAYTON AY., 7<>6-Ugh~t~r^n7; modern;
detached. Adults only. Inquire 698 Dayton
DAYTON AY., 469-For rent, two nicely fur
nished front rooms remainder of summer
FIFTH ST., 234. WEST— First Floor— To rent
elegantly furnished room; also rooms for
.FRANKLIN ST., 309 SOUTH— For rent three
pleasant unfurnished rooms for light house
■ _jgg Ti gg:^>«th; use of laundry; cheap.
.JACKSON ST., 513— Corner Tenth— For rent
two rooms, furnished complete, for light
housekeeping: no children; ground floor
or large singl% room.
NELSON AY., 307-Corner Farrington-Two
rurmsned rooms, with conveniences; first
_elajs_board_convenient; gentleman preferred.
NINTH ST., 7 EAST— For rent, five rooms;
modern improvements. Inquire on prem
ises. Mrs. L. Demeules.
NINTH ST.. 317. E AST-Near ~Br^adway—
Three rooms, $5, $8 and $10; all conve
niences; private family.
PLEASANT AY., 299— Pleasant furnished front
room, suitable for two; gas, bath, quiet lo
cation; private_ family.
RICE ST.. 251— Corner College Ay.— For rent
three nicely furnished rooms.
ROBERT ST., 535— For rent, two connecting
front rooms, completely furnished, for
ROOM— For r?nt, a very pieasant large room
for one or two gentlemen in private house
new; near business center. Address A 10(V
ROOMS— Two nieeiy furnished rooms; $6 and
18 per month. Inquire 33 East Ninth st.
ROOSfS — For rent, six and fourteen rooms in
lower town. Apply 222 East Seventh st.
ROOMS— For rent, two large front, second
floor rooms suitable for offices dressmak
ing, at 188 East Seventh st.
SELBY AY., 405— First Floor— For rent for
housekeeping, four large unfurnished
rooms, newly papered and painted; nice
yard and shade trees.
SEVENTH ST., 188, EAST-For rent,, fine
second floor, suitable for dentist's or doc
tor's oIBcps; rent reasonable.
SEVENTH ST., 59, EAST— First-class fur^
i _ nished rooms, en suite or single.
TENTH ST., 257~EAST— Furnished alcove
room, with or without board.
THIRTEENTH ST., NO. 320, EAST— For
rent, six nicely painted rooms, up stairs;
city water and sewer; rent, $12 per month.
Inquire down stairs.
THIRD ST., 213% WEST— Rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, single and en suite. Mrs.
THIRD ST., 257 WEST— Corner Smith ay.—
Furnished rooms en suite or single for light
UTOPIA— 493 St. Peter St.— Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite; rates reasonable
for the summer; transients can be accom
WALNUT ST., 385— For rent, three unfur
nished rooms, one furnished, for light
I FLATS— For rent, flats of five or six rooms;
steam heat; hot water, gas range and fix
tures; all modern improvements; newly
papered. 796 Jackson. Inquire J. O. St.
Pierre, on premises.
FLAT— For rent, six-room flat. Inquire 449
Fort St., near Tenth.
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— For rent, one flat in the Colonial, 579
Summit ay. near Kent st. Apply to Her
mann Kretz, 1016 New York Life building.
I FLAT — Nice seven-room flat, bath, gas, gas
range and all modern improvements, at 275
West Seventh st.
FLAT— Three-roomed first flo:r flat down town;
$10. S. S. Stokes, room 27, Globe building.
ST. PETER ST., 673— For rent, partly fur
nished flat of three rooms for housekeeping;
bath and gas.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
sevsnth floor, Globe building.
ANY ONE CAN BORROW MONEY^ any
amount, on diamonds, watches, jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriters, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposite Ryan hotel, Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's, 411 Robert st.
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos,
etc.. to remain with the owner; also on
watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans
can be repaid by installments: business
strictly private. Room 7, First National
Bank Building, corner Fourth and Jackson ;
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
(SO TO $H>o SHORT TIME LOANS ON PBR
sonal property, collateral paper, household
goods, diamonds, seal garments aad all
foods In storage. Notes discounted. Ohio
Investment Company, seventh floor. Globe
baildlng; meat private offices in the city.
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.
WJLJTTED TO RENT.
HOUSE— Wanted to rent, by respectable
party, six or seven room house, with good
barn; rent mu»t be reasonable. Address V
88, Globe. ■
ROOM — Gentleman wants nice furnished room,
steam beat preferred; give price. Address
G 93. Globe.
ROOMS — Two unfurnished rooms for dregs
making; central location-; Wabaahft pre
[ ferred. Address ¥ 86, Globe.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
H. & VAL J. ROTHSCHILD,
Real Estate and Real Eatate Loans.
FAIRMOUNT AV.— Boxlso to alley, south
facing betwen St. Albans and Grotto, shade
trees, boulevard, all graded up in shape.
Price, $3,200— n0 more— no leas— no offers—
no trades. The cream of Summit park.
MARTIN ST.— Boxl33 feet corner. Southwest
corner of Martin and Kent; can be bought
for $1,300 to clean up foreclosure. The
cheapest corner south of University ay.
ST. ANTHONY A Y.— Home and two lots must
be sold, and sold quick and cheap. Buy of
us for coat with fair terms— no trade*.
$16.50— A MODERN HOUSE at Merriam Park.
A FINE TEN-ROOM HduSE~eaat~of Dalfc
A BEAUTY of a seven-room house, nearly
new, pretty well out. $25.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
LITTLE & HOYT,
No. 230 Kiulifott Building.
$1,500.00 WILL BUY a good 8- room house and
large lot 54x175 feet; best street in Ham
line. This place could have been sold once
$300.00 FOR a fine lot in Hensey Woolsey ad
$400.00 FOR a 50-foot lot on Cedar ay., near
34th st, Minneapolis. Stone sidewalk and
al? improvements; cost owner $1,500.00.
$650.00 TAKES an 8-room house and lot in
Arlington Hills district; house cost $1,2f10.00
$175.00 CASH will buy a store building 18x24^
on leased ground. Rented at $7.00 per
month; good lease; good business street
$150.00 CASH will buy a news, confectionery
and cigar stand. Three show cases; con
tains shelving, etc.; good location.
$100.00 WILL BUY a stock of notions. Two
large show cases, etc.; good street.
LITTLE & HOYT,
No. 230 Endicott Building.
E. P. ROBERTS,
95 East Fourth Street,
For your rents, real estate loans- and insur
ance. ■ I make a soecialtv of rents.
78%X128^ ON JENKS ST., with comfortable
cottage, for sale cheap, or will be put in
shape to suit permanent tenant. The State
Savings Bank, city.
WANTED TO BUY— House and lot In good
location for which I will pay part cash
and clear vacant property for the differ
ence. Address B 75, Globe.
A BEAUTIFUL summer home at White Bear
Lake, large grounds, a fine cottage, good
barn, bath and ooat house, buildings "good
as new, property Is unincumbered; will ac
cept in exchange a good modern house in
St. Paul; value $4,000; will assume no
mortgage; please give description and loca
tion of property. Address E 100. Globe.
SEND STAMP for printed lists of business
opportunities requiring $300 to $25,000; list
yours. Address "Business Chances," 424
Nicollet ay., Minneapolis.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY for a com
petent party to step into an established
and paying saloon business connected with
bowling alley; owner desires to retire on
account of ill health. Address F 82, Globe.
$1,200. KNOWLEDGE is the best capital in
business; it is upon such a foundation that
we have reared a large and confiding patron
age. Our statements are worthy presenta
tions of the most skillful operations ever
exhibited on the turf. As a medium for
increasing your capital it is unequaled.
Last year's average more than $1,200 per
month; larger and smaller investors realized
proportionately; profits remitted each week.
Write for particulars. Condon & Co.,
Clinton Bldg., Govington, Ky.
$890 MADE LAST WEEK by our method of
"Turf Speculation." Send for proofs and
book, "Successful Turf Speculation." Mailed
free. Morris & Co., 112 Dearborn St., Chi
A RARE OPPORTUNITY— One-half interest
in a first-class business with big future;
will require $2,500. Address P 96, Globe.
FOR SALE — Confectionery and cigar store;
first-class stand. 189 East Seventh st.
FOR SALE— Butcher shop, fully equipped;
best location in the city. Call at 453 "Wa
FOR SALE— Meat market, central, doing a
good business, cheap. Address X 75, Globe.
I WANT TO BUY a saloon, country or city.
Address, with particulars. Lock Box 27,
North Branch, Minn.
$85 AVERAGE weekly income with $250 in
vested. Safe, conservative; prosepectus,
proofs-, free. F. Daly, 1293
WANTED — State manager for Chicago
house; staple line; exclusive territory; large
profits; must be financially able to carry
stock of goods. Address Chas. Wright, 125
Franklin St., Chicago.
WANTED— Man with about $800 to Join me in
light manufacturing business; I will guar
antee him $125 profit monthly; will not re
quire experience. Address A 80, Globe.
DIRECTORY OF THE
Pill 1b Us
OF ST. PAUL.
The following is published dally for thn
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It includes alt tha
trades and professions, and cannot fail ty
prove of interest to all toho intend transact
ing business in St. Paul.
Metropolitan, Sixth, near Robert st
Gr&cd, Sixth and St Peter streets.
Strak's Tivoli, Bridge Square. Concert even
ings and Sunday matinee. Admission free.
Thauwald Bros.. 353-355 Seventh st
Cut Mate Ticket*.
Corbett'a, 169 East Third «t
Edwards, 173 Third st. 839 Robert 8t
Rapnom er Horton. 89-101 Bart Sixth.
McGulre & Mulrooney. 77-79 East 3d st.
C. C. Emerson ft Co., 26 East Third »v
Thuet & McNamee, 95 East Third at
De Camp & Beyer. 129 East Third st
Dore & Redpath, 70 and 72 East Third «t
B. E. Cobb. Sl-33 East Third at
Kx»reti and itturage.
Kent's Express and Storage Company, 221 W
Seventh at Cheapest and best
Tubbenlng Broa.. 100 Eaat Thlnl at
John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert
ata.. and 486-488 East Seventh at.
Grand Central, corner Seventh and Wabasha.
1«— ■* on Watches, Diamonds, Vmra.
Lytle'a Loan Office, 411 Robert. Room 1.
The 51k. Bl West Third at Tel. 268.
BWlc »nd Cream.
H. Stebbing (Como), 367 Dayton ar. All cowi
suaraoteed free from tuberculosis.
Hew* ana Stationery.
Charlea L. Neumann, 224 West Seventh at
Plum bine, Steam, Ho* Mater Heat.
McQuillan Broa. 183 Western c*.
«»••* Metal Workers, Stove, ««a
Karst & Breher. 183 West Third at
McFad4ea-MuUea Co.. SB to 59 Eaat 3d at
Uud« r inkers.
Theo. B-aaker, corner West 7th and 6th im
Wholesale Wittea aid Llyuurt,
B. Simon. 297-299 East Seventh at
THE KEOGH HOMESTEAD, cor. Ninth and
THE O'LEARY HOMESTEAD, cor.. Marshall
and Kent, will be refitted to suit a desirable
WE CAN RENT your housea.
MONEY TO LOAN.
G lolnß olJß TERMS before TO* --*c any
°? n E \h 0F ,T HE FINEST new business block,
lands" ° n comer ~P*y in K^« t change for
CLEAR LOT on DaytolTa^7to~trade for equity
$1.4°°0r h S. Wbere m ° rtgage 1S ** OT «
th«^ t PU^ hMer ,', m Lake Koronls and near
rtL W ° m ' leS from vlIla « e of Payne.
ville, terms easy. For particulars send re
turn stamp. Address R P *n N«
PaynegvlUe, Minn. "■ ew
FARM AND FISHERIES FOR SALE-70 acr«
£ ir * mea !l?. W> two arUflct »» carp ponds
stocked with carp, two dwelling houses
two large barns, outbuildings, pasture ear
den, park, a summer residence J77 per
acre. Fort Snelling P. O. (three miles be
yond Fort SnelHng). Bloomington. Wm
Haasen Carp Fisheries.
FOR SALE— Unimproved Dakota land- first
class; lowest price. Write David Green way
AUCTION SALE of Peter's entire stock of
watches, jewelry, Bilverwarer, clocks etc.
beginning (tomorrow) Monday, Aug. 3
sales at 10 a. m., 2 and 7:30 p. m. 54 East
A. G. Johnxnn, Ancllonrrr.
FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTY AT AUC
tion—l will sell at public auction on th«
premises, No. 327 Pleasant ay., on Tuesday,
Aug. 4, at 3 p. m., lot 41 block 86, Dayton &
Irvine's addition to St. Paul This lot Is
52x150 feet. Also lot in rear, fronting on Ir
vine ay., being 52x150. These lots will be sold
in one piece or separate, to suit purchasers.
There is not a finer piece of property in the
city of St. Paul, being surrounded by elegant
residences, close to the People's church and
only ten minutes' walk from t&e business
portion of the city. Terms of Bale made
known on the ground. A. G. Johnson, Auc
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 "Proposal*
for election 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 material*
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 mesa hall and kitchen.
One (1) brick boiler house, laundry, and
Two (2) brick employees' quarter*.
One (1) brick warehouse.
One (1) brick work shop.
One (1) Central steam heating and ejec.tr.la .
light plant, all in strict accordance with
plans, specifications and instructions to bid
ders, which may be" examined at the Indian
Office, 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 th«
act of Congress approved August 1, 1892, en
titled. "An act relating to the limitation of
the hours of dally service of laborers and ma- '
chanics employed upon the public works of
the United States and of the District of
Columbia"; also, to the act of Congress ap
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,
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For The Unemployed
OF ST. PAUL _Hl> XimnEAFOl.lt. ■»
Free situation or Help Wanted Ad-
TertlsemeuU mutt be written on this
blank and tent to THE GLOBE Ad
vertising Department, St. Paul.
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