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At the following; location* (or Inser
tion In «ue Dully a-nl Snuday Globe,
at the Mine rate* »■ are charged by
tbe main office.
Ha ru line Pharmacy Drug Store
750 SNELLING A VIC NUB. _
DAYTON'S 111. 1 XV.
Sever Westhy Drug Store
679 KAST THIRD STREET.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Aneay Drug Store
COU. GROVE AND JACKSON STRkBTB.
M. D. Merrill Ntws Stand
A. L. Woolsey Drug Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. _
SI. AMHOVV 11 11. 1..
Enill Pn!l Druggist
GRANT) AY. AND ST. ALBANS.
W. A. Fr.st & Co. Druse Store
SELHY AND WESTERN AVKNUES.
Straight Brrs Drutr Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. A. Campbell Drug Sfore
235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey Drug Store
171 DALE STREET.
VTCTORTA AND SELBY AVENUES.
The Eclipse Dru« Store.
S. ROTIERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUW.
George Marti Drug Stor*
8. WABAPTTA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Concord Street Prescription Store.
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. T. H«li Drug Store
COR. S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
8, H. R*»pves Dm* Store
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. He'ler ".Colonnade Drug Stce
ST. PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B. J. Witte Drug Store
29 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
F. M. Cruddcn Confectioner
495 RICE STREET.
W. E. Lowe Dm«r Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Tl'incott & Co Drug Store
CORNER RICK AND TGLKHART.
C. R. Mi-reltas Drug Store
CORNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
954 PAYNE AVENUE.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
4P9 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
J. J. Mullen Drug Store
COR. JAME3 AND WEST SEVENTH.
c - A Monchow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
lI.'XKi.OO JUDICIOUSLY~7nvested In stocks or
■wheat now will net handsome returns. We
Issue a handsome manual and dally market
letter. Both are free. Write Hughes &
Co.. Bankers. sa_Broadway. New York.
SPECULATE— Every $50 invested now makes
$500.00; profits paid weekly; legitimate; par
ticulars free. . The National C 0. ,. Rialtr>
. Bldg., Chicago.
BEE US AT ONCE, or send stamp for printed
lists containing many excellent business
'openings. "Business Chances," 424 Nlcollet
Room 2, Minneapolis.
SPECULATE — Every $20 Invested now
makes $200.00; profits paid weekly; legiti
mate; particulars free. National Commis
sion Co.. Rialto Bldg., Chicago.
STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE— We have them
in city and country for sale and exchange-
M.yK) dry goods, etc.: $3,000 general mer
chandise'; also groceries, shoes and other
stocks, large and small; these are all first
class goods: we guarantee lowest prices and
best goods; real estate in city and country
taken in exchange. Write or call. Buck tc
Campbell, 534 Guaranty Loan Building Min
BAKERY— Desirable bakery and grocery store
In a live Minnesota village of 2.000 inhab
itants; this Is a snap for the right party
Address P 6. Globe.
FOR SALE— HaIf interest in light manufac
tunng; experience not required; will guar
antee to partner $1,200 yearly; about $500
'•asli required^Address II 7. Globe.
DXE OF OUR CUSTOMERS desires resident
representative for the sale of manufactured
goods (almost monopoly); few hundred dol
lars cash capital required; fully secured by
stock goods, for which there Is steady in
creasing demand; over $2,500 yearly profit
will be guaranteed; references required
Write for particulars; all letters answered
from reliable parties. International Adv
Agency, Downing Bldg., New York.
$9.§0 REALIZED In one week on a $25 invest^
. ment; gather your portion while the golden
harvest is ripe. Write for particulars.
_Condon & Co., Clinton Bldg., Covington, Ky.
AVERAGE PROFITS with $100 Investment 7
May $960. June $820, July $1,240. Send for
particulars. Rice & Co., 119 Dearborn st.
CONFECTIONERY and fancy grocery store
for sale. 543 West Seventh.
WANTED— Capable young man with $1,000 to
••arry stock of goods and manage branch
for Chicago house; salary $125 per month
and all expenses; also extra percentage;
permanent position with good future pros
pects. Address James Barton, 125 Franklin
TOR SALE— Small confectfonery store cheap
H57 Mississippi at.
SPECULATE JUDICIOUSLY~and you can
make money. Excellent facilities for hand
ling large or small orders in stocks cotton
grain and provisions. Best book published
and daily review of markets sent free
Membei Chicago board of trade eighteen
years Robert H. Kelly & Co., 226 La Salle
GET RICH SPECULATING— Increase you 7
nearae; every $50 invested brings $500.00
legitimate The National Co., Rialto
_ building, Chicago.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE-Great op
portunities now exist for conservative trad
ers to make profitable investments We
give our customers the benefit of sixteen
years experience as members of the Chi
cago Board of Trade. Send for our "Ex
pose of Bucket Shops," speculator's man
ual and daily or weekly market letter,
a l ST**: M ' rlte the secretary of the Board
?,, . Trade as t0 our responsibility. C A
__Whyland & Co., 10 Pacific ay., Chicago
SALESMEN visiting small towns should^
the Pocket Manual of 1896 Politics as a
side line; very fast seller. Price 15 cents
Calderwood & Heffron, 322 Hennepln ay
6 PER CENT~A~IvMir~PROFITi~Is~In^
average return on my
Send for pamphlet free.
W - g.v FOREST\Jo_Broadway. New York.
WANTED-Man with ab^uT $400 in light
manufacturing business; one that can at
nZ? m ° ffl^. and shipping; wil pay at least
_J»00 monthly^ Address C 99, Globe.
$S5 AVERAGE weekly income with $250 in
vested. Safe, conservative; prospectus, proofs
free. F. Daly. J2jg_Broadwa/-. «ew York.
GET RICH SPECULATING-Increase your
y income: $20 invested now brings $200 legiti
mate. National Co., Rialto building Chi
HORSES ANU CARRIAGES.
TO BUY— Gcod single furniture wagon~Ryan
Furniture and Exchange Company, 142 and
144 J£ast Seventh.
FOR SALE— A very stylish, speedy horse
u years old; weight, 1.000 pounds, and very
gentle. 501 Como.
WANTED— To buy, light second-hand~bu7gy7
Call 6.x*) Thomas st.
400 HEAD OF FARM MARES, draft horses"
and well-bred drivers sold at our grand
combination sale last week. Five carloads
of fresh stock received today. Auction
Wednesday and Saturday. Barrett & Zim
merman s Midway Sale Stables. References
First National Bank. Columbia National
Bank of Minneapolis or any Commercial
HORSES - For sale, two horses, one top
buggy, one open buggy; cash or time. 211
, HOSES FOR SALE— A horse, pleasant driv^T
giod roadster; city broke; also top buggy
_^ d _J? a £?ess-__K_G«rmanla Life Building.
A 1 VE-YEAR-OLD. well b7ed~ in7reTpe7
feetly sound and gentle, fine family horse
and the beat breeding mare in the state
.-ft* sate Tary cAetp. 787 Marshall ay.
WAyTED-Horse: must be young, "g^od
driver and cheap, for cash, not over 1 ioo
_pounds : _ Address P 7. Globe.
A GOOD SINGLE DELIVERY~WAGO>Tfo7
groceries^ J749_Portland ay.
T . AY gS&I!fa*ARKBT-tW 2nn* «f
William Cunningham & Co. and il A
Wins'.owwtH tell Jointly Tuesday Thu.
day and. Saturday at auction; all cWks
always on ban?; strictly commission tM.
lITUATIOXS OrKEKKD- MALES.
AGENTS -Wanted, hustlers at county fairs;
make $10 daily selling the only revolving
griddle cake turner; sample. 25 cents. John
Haisley, msti*, wabasha St., St. Paul.
AGENTS WANTED— Salesmen visiting coun
try towns can secure a fast seller In The
Pocket Manual of 1896 Politics. Calderwood
& Heffron, 322 Hennepln, Minneapolis.
AGENTS- -Campaign and motto buttons,
badges, gold and silver bugs; large variety;
lowest prices; assorted samples, 10 cents.
_Gallatin Co., York. Pa.
AGENTS wanted to sell "Bryan in Coffin;"
immense seller; enormous profits; sample,
sc. Ell Schloss. 144 Monroe St., Chicago.
AGENTS, CM' US— Campaign supplies, all de
scriptions; illustrated catalogue free; motto
buttons for the millions; we send 3 samples
for 10 cents. 1 dozen for 30 cents; 100 for
$2.00: (pedal price for larger quan titles ; au
tomatic campaign horn, "genuine hummer,"
sample sent by mall. 35 cents. General
Manufacturing Company, 102 Fulton St.,
New York. _
W.-W TED— Agents; liberal contract; choice
territory; pays sick, accident, death and
endowment benefits. Address American Ben
evolent Association, St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS- -Wanted, agents in every town in
the West to sell the O'Meara Filter and
Splashing Preventer combined; liberal terms
to agents. Address R. F. O'Meara, 1607
John st., Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS— The Movoscope life-like action
slot machine; money maker; also X ray
illusion, and all gaming and vending ma
chines. Souder-Ritter Co., 34 Park Row,
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.
AGENTS WANTED for "Tales of the Civil
War," as old by 400 veterans on both sides.
Something ntw. Hundreds of great war
pictures— 6oß pages. One agent reports 110
orders for fifteen days. Write quick. Peo
ple's Pub. Co., 3941 Market St., Philadelphia.
AGENTS— No competition. Confederate
money vow good for advertising purposes;
$5 and more per day made taking orders.
Samples and terms, 12c. Standard Pub
lishing Co., Chicago.
AGENTS— Wanted, men of good address to
sell the Pocket ' Manual of 18&6 Politics; only
non-partisan campaign book on the market.
Price, 15 cents. Calderwood & Heffron, 322
Hennepin ay., Minneapolis.
AGENTS make $6 to $18 a day introducing the
"Comet," the only $1 snap shot camera
made; greatest seller of the century; gener
al and local agents wanted all over the
world. Exclusive territory. Write today
for terms and samples. Aiken-Gleason Co.,
X 22, La Crosse, Wls.
BOY— Wanted, strong, active boy to work
__in_warehouse. Apply 317-319 Wacouta st.
CAMPAIGN and motto buttons, gold and sil
ver bugs, etc. ; sample and lowest prices, 5
_cents. Marietta Badge Co., Marietta, O.
CARPENTER— Wanted, carpenter, Sunday
morning. 31 East Seventh st. Apply be
_jtween 8 and 9 o'clock.
CORNICE MAKERS and tinners. St. Paul
Roofing, Cornice and Ornament Company.
EVERYWHERE— Men at home or traveling
to advertise our soaps and other specialties,
tack signs to fences, barns, distribute cir
culars, place samples, orders, etc. ; steady
position; salary $10 weekly and all expenses
or large commission. Schaefer Bros., Mil
$4.50 PER $1,000 CASH for distributing cir
culars; inclose 4 cents. U. S. Distributing
IF YOU WANT exclusive agency for some
thing new, cheap and catchy, address Brock
Mfg. Co., 820 Reaper Block, Chicago.
OFFICE BOY wanted; one that will exchange
services for business education; bring ref
erences. Globe Business College.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, young man about
eighteen for office work; one with knowl
edge of shorthand preferred; state refer
ences. Address F4, Globe.
ORGANIZERS wanted for fraternal order.
Best up-to-date system. Pays for sickness,
disability and death. Admits both sexes;
rare chance for hustlers. Big pay, write
quick. J. F. Reynolds, Exchange Building,
SALESMEN to carry our lubricating oils as
a side line or exclusively; big money to
hustlers. Address Austin & McGee, Cleve
SALESMAN— AbIe salesman wanted for new
magazine combination, including McClure's,
Munsey's, Godey's and the Cosmopolitan, In
connection with books on installments; big
money for live men, city and country. Na
tional Subscription Co., Security Building,
Chicago; American Tract Society Building,
. New York; 1213 Filbert St., Philadelphia;
Worthlngton Building, Boston, Hartley
SALESMEN make $200 a month selling our
machines for cooling refrigerators. Guar
anteed 75 per cent cheaper than ice. Pro
duces a dry cold that keeps perishable ar
ticles 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
SALESMEN— New side line; smallest sale
pays $1.50 commission; fair-sized order, $15;
pocket sample; druggists and others. Stout
Manufacturing Co., 197 Canal St., Chicago.
SALESMEN— SS a day. No canvassing. No de^
liveries. No collections. Samples free. Side
line or exclusive. Mfrs., 3941 Market St.,
SAUSAGE MAKER— Wanted, a good sausage
maker; German, single man. Call or ad
dress 940 Beech st.
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, good sten
ographer and bookkeeper who is willing to
work part time. Frost & Meacham, 30 East
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, thoroughly com
petent, rapid and accurate stenographer,
either male or female; one who can assist
In general office work preferred; don't ap
ply unless certain you can fill the bill. Ad
dress In own handwriting. H5, Globe.
10.000 GOOD AGENTS WANTED— Gentlemen,
ladles; necessary household article; sells
20 cents; pays over 200 per cent profit. Send
stamp for particulars. Perfection Mfg. Co.,
57, 228 La Salle st., Chicago.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets $660,900; largest, strongest and best
Minnesota Life Company, wants a few more
agents. Every assistance given. Expenses
or good men guaranteed. Address Douglas
Putnam. Secretary, St. Paul, Minn.
THE OFFICIAL SILVER PIN.
16 TO 1 SILVER.
The official Democratic silver pin consists
of a rooster with 16 silver feathers to one
gold, standing on a shock of wheat con
taining 1C silver sheaves to one gold.
Samples by mall, 16 cents.
Discount to agents.
THE QUIN NOVELTY CO.,
347 Fifth ay., Pittsburg. Pa.
WANTED— S7 per 100 paid for your neighbors"
addresses. Send 10c for blank book and in
structions, and go to work at once. Rowell
& Co.. 370 North Hamltn ay., Chicago.
WANTED— Agents to sell Geneva Herb Tea:
make big money. Send for particulars; en
close atamp^Geneva Pharm. Co.. Chicago.
WANTED— Men desiring positions to call or
•end stamp for application blank. George
_S. Jireenleaf, 424 Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis.
WANTED— Men and boys to learn barbel
trade; only two months to become compe
tent workmen; set or tools given each stu
dent; interesting catalogue mailed free
Moler Barber College, JzZ Washington ay!
WANTED— An active man In every locality
to represent us (no fortune hunter wanted)'
will guarantee $15.00 weekly and all ex- !
penses. Investigate at once. Box 5308 Bos i
WANTED— Men to open offices in every coun
ty; steady position; goods sold through
grocers and agents; samples and particu
lars for 10c. Ohio Manufacturing Co. Day
YOU CAN MAKE $25 a week evenings at
home, plating tableware, etc. Easy to do.
Write Western Supply Company, St. Louis
• — |
|6<Prb $7*TSHORT TIME LOANS ON PBR-"
•onal property, collateral paper, household
goods, diamonds, seal garments and all
goods In storage. Notes discounted Ohio
Investment Company, seventh floor, Olob*
banding; most priv; te offices In the city.
ANY~ONE CAN BORROW MONEY, any"
amount, on diamonds, watches. Jewelry,
furs, bicycles, typewriters, at Lytle's, 411
Robert, opposifo Ryan hotel, Watches and
diamonds for sale at half their value at
Lytle's. 411 Robert st.
MOKEY"~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
Bau> Bnlldlag. corner Fourth and Jack&tm*
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE, sdNDAY, SfcfrT EMBER 6, 18^o.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, good bookkeeper
and stenographer who can work part time.
Frost & Meacham. SO East Fourth st.
COOK— Competent cook and second girl. Call
at house 10:30 a. m., Monday. Mrs. A. H.
Warren. 887 Portland ay., city.
COOK— Wanted, cook and second girl: small
family. 1862 Day ton ay.. Merrlam Park.
COOK— German preferred; keep nurse and
laundress^ Apply 529 Ashland ay.
DINING ROOM GIRL at Gordons Oyster
house, 106 East Fourth st.
DISHWASHER— A young girl to wash dishes.
58 Park pi.
DRESSMAKER— Wanted, apprentice girl to
learn dressmaking; will pay small wages
to a neat sewer. Call or address 473 Mar
_ shall ay., St. Paul.
DRESSMAKERS— Wanted, an apprentice and
helper to do dressmaking. Call Monday.
Bullard block, Sixth and Wabasha sts.,
DRESSMAKERS— Wanted, experienced dress
makers at Suite 3, Valentine block, 474
FINISHERS— Wanted, experienced finishers
for fine furs. Apply to Mr. Jensen, charge
Gordon & Ferguson.
HOUSEWORK— Young girl at 460 Aurora ay.
HOUSEWORK— A~ German girl wanU~house^
work in a family of two. Address 809 East
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl Tor general
_ housework. Appjy at once, 89 Douglas st.^
HOUSEWORK— A German woman wkh boy
6 years old wants situation for housework
in or out of city. 14 East Seventh St., room
8, third floor.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; must be good cook. Apply 627
! Goodrich ay
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, an experienced girl
for general housework; family of two. Ap
ply 4*7 Fort st.
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general house
work; small family. 684 Marshall ay.
HOUSEWORK— GirI for general housework;
small family. 819 Burr st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl to do kitchen
work in private family where second girl
is kept. 554 Broadway.
HOUSEWORK— Neat girl for general house
work. Inquire 469 Laurel ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl tor general
housework; no washing. Apply 801 Nelson
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general
housework. 23 East College ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general
housework. 62 Park Place.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; two in family. 514 Ashland ay.
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted for general
housework; family of three; no children.
691 Portland ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, young girl for light
housework; one who can go home nights.
202 East Thirteenth st.
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. A. Cathcart, 631 Good
HOUSEWORK— Wanted at once, a good girl
at 261 Summit ay.; permanent place.
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for general
housework; three In family; no children;
first-class place for right person. Call at
689 Carroll st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a German girl for
general housework at 704 Burr st. Take
Lafayette ay. car to Minnehaha st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for gen
eral housework. Apply at once, 847 Lin
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for gen
eral housework. Apply at once at 68 East
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for general
housework; small family. 330 West Third
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for housework
in small family; no children; good home
for a good girl. 580 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, young girl to assist
In housework In family of two, with no
children; one who can sleep at home. In
quire Monday and Tuesday forenoons. Flat
No. 2, 63 College ay., west.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
_ housework. Apply 797 Cedar st.
HOUSEWORK— A good Scandinavian girl for
general housework. 867 Martin St.; small
HoUßEWoßK— Wanted', a girl for general
housework. 130 West Fifth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. general servant
good wages; permanent employment; small
family; house has modern convdnlen-;e3. 161
Cambridge ay., two blocks south of Grand
MILLINER APPRENTICE— MiIIiner appren
tice and first-class maker wanted. Apply
at IPS East Seventh st.
NURSE GlßL— Wanted, young girl to take
care of child during the day. Call at once.
Flat 22, The Virginia.
$30 A WEEK— Ladies or gents to show sam
ples and take orders for Aluminum Goods,
sign letters, door plates and a variety of
fine specialties. Elegant samples, light,
easy work: customers delighted. Goods
new and catchy; sell all seasons; work 6
hours; no capital. Write World Mf'g Co.
(W 8) Columbus. O.
WAITRESSES— Wanted" two experienced
waitresses at the Colonnade at once; also
one dishwasher and kitchen man.
WANTED, an active woman at $10 weekly to
represent us. Address Box 5308, Boston
WANTED— Ladies to take home piece work
steady work; instruction $1; call 304 Wash
LOST AJTD rODIfD.
WATCH FOUND — Lady's watch. Owne7
please call at 380 Jackson st. and prove
MONEY LOST— Aug. 11th a bill book contaln
ing some money, lodge cards and papers. If
the finder will return papers and cards to
WilHam Keefe, Room 10, Globe building by
mall or otherwise, they can keep the money.
SHOES LOST— One pair of lady's No. 5
shoes left on Maria ay. car. Please send
word if found to 972 East Third st.
HORSE STRAYED— From 62 East Eleventh
St., a bay horse. Reward will be paid for
TRUNK LOST— Trunk marked "Harlow" ex
changed by expressman, and another left
in its place at 23 South St. Albans st.
STUD LOST— A diamond stud with screw at
tachment; a nice reward if returned Ad
dress A 16, Globe.
WATCH LOST— Ladies' gold watch Thursday
night; name Virgie Smith in case- re
ward. Call or address Will U. Smith 223
East Fourth st.
DRESS GOODS LOST— On Seventh st. car
package of dress goods, bought at Golden
_Rulg : __Please leave at 440 Wabasha st.
TRUNK LOST— Trunk marked "Harlow " left
at wrong address by expressman and an
other left in its place at 23 South St. Al
bans st. ; owner please call.
YOUNG PEOPLE;, taught ."pinmanahipr^teTeel
rapfoy, commercial bookkeeping civil serv
ice, etc.; students can earn board- write
cott Ci b r un'd a ing. GlObe BUS!neSS C ° l}ege; Endi "
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
Studios of the Chamber of Commerce ' Buil
ding will receive pupils in all branches of
music and dramatic art after Sept 7 Miss
Lva M. Alcott, voice and tone placing; Miss
Hariet Hale, vocal and physical culture;
Mrs. H. C. Munson, sight singing- Miss
Edith Cline Ford, elocution and dramatic
art; Miss Mary S. Furber, piano and har
mony; Miss Nellie A. Hope, violin, mando
lin and string instruments. For terms ad
dress or call at 612 Chamber of Commerce
corner Sixth and Robert, opposite Hotel
REOPENING— Prof. J. Remer's Dancing Acad
emy reopens Sept. 21, Westmoreland hall
Tenth and St. Peter sts. Ladles half-price!
Office hours. 3 to 8 d. m.
MANDOLIN— To trade, an excellent $18 man
dolin with case for Winchester rifle. Ad
dresn Glass, box* 4, Hammond, WTs.
WILL EXCHANGE clear improved inside ln
come-paylng property for modern home
on bill; can pay some cash. Address F 3
TO EXCHANGE— CIear lots In good location
for house and lot; will assume small mort
gage. G 55, Globe.
PIANO— I want to trade a pair of diamond
ear-rings for a piano. Dow Morrison 102
East Fifth st
KEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Pur
»!t«r»» and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 Bast
S.Teat». B. N. CarW Proprietor. '
SITUATIONS WANTKD— Male.
A BOY wants work of lay kind. Address
373 Duke st.
A BOY of 16 would like work of any kind.
Address 379_ Erie st. ._dty____^
BLACKSMITH— A good spofirtj. blacksmith
would like work; will go out of the city If
necessary. William Flolriler, corner Bidwell
and South Wabaaha.
COACHMAN— Young man desire* position as
coachman or any kind ,of_ work. Address
O. H., 900 York it. T2xJL_
COOK— Situation wanted by first-class cook;
can give good city references. 139 Market
DELIVERY CLER K~^^~|^mig^lnair wan ts
work around some stoi*<felYvertng, or work
ing around house aa eojvhniaii for some pri
vate family ; very useful and handy around
a place; can come well recommended, and
well acquainted with the city. Address
Driver, 456 East Sixth st.
EMPLOYMENT— Position wanted by young
man; am willing to do any kind of respect
able work. Address J. L.. 472 Jackson St.,
— if. < ■ — , .
EMPLOYMENT— Boy 18 wants place to work
for board and tend schoof. A 21. Globe.
HOSTLER— Experienced* yWng man wants
work with horses. Please address Ben T.
Shearman, general delivery, city.
HOSTLER— Young man would like place to
take care of one or two horses. Address
Odin Hanson, 90Q York st.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted— A young man of
seventeen wishes a position in an office or
in a business house; would like to clerk
or keep books; Al reference*. Address 37S
PORTER, ETC.— Useful strong man, reliable,
active, honest, who can do all kinds of
work, wants any position. 446 Wabaaha st.
SALESMAN— Young man wants any honest
work; would like situation aa salesman.
Please address Ben T. Shearman, general
SOLICITOR— Position wanted aa solicitor in
the city; can furnish A 1 references. Ad
dresa J. L.. 472 Jackson at., city.
WANTED— If you are a Catholic, unemployed,
and will work for $18 per week, write Mac-
Connell Bros., 11 Franklin st., Boaton
WE FURNISH FREE and on shoi* notice
skilled labor of all kinds. Oeo. S. Green
leaf, Mgr., 424 Nicollet. telephone 912-2
WANTED— Young man desires position in
general store; will work for board first
month; has good education; bookkeeper;
A 1 references ; willing to leave city. Ad
dress H. A. H., 353 East Seventh st.
WORK FOR BOARD— WouId like a position
while attending school in a private family
or do work in an office; can do bookkeep
ing, shorthand and typewriting; can give
references; will work for board and room.
Address M. M., Globe Business College.
YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE would like to
care for furnished house or summer resi
dence; man understands.: horses, etc.; refer
ences; country preferred/ B. H. -8., 668
Oakland ay., city. ;■■
• ITIATJOSS WA.ITBD.VGM.U.G,
BOOKKEEPER— Wanteff, fey a lady, a few
hours work daily to ais&tst on books or of
flce work. Address E. M.j: general detivery.
COMPANION— Lady '^reCaThome for the
winter where she Could jbe companion to
lady and assistant" with housework; no
washing or heavy work ~anted. Address
Mary Matheson, General JDelivery.
COOK— Wanted, situation By first-class cook
with best references; where second girt is
kept. Please call Monday forenoon. Ad
dress 904 Payne ay.
DRESSMAKING— A ftrat-dlasß dressmaker
would like a few more - engagements in
families; perfect fit guaranteed. Room 8
Forepaugh Block, Seven Corners.
DRESSMAKER — A first-class dressmaker
wants a situation out of the city first
class cutter and fitter. Address Miss Mary
Byrnes, St. Paul, Minn., general delivery.
DRESSMAKER wants work in family; per
fect fit guaranteed; references given. Ad
dress Dressmaker, 77 Tilton st.
DRESSMAKER would like Work in families;
can do first-class work. Address X 78,
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a place as house
keeper where there are no women, in town
or on farm. 386 Broadway, Room 3, up
LADIES can find help, girls best places,
small families, highest wages. Mrai-^Merry
weather'a, 543 Wabaßhas st.
NURSE— A nurse wished work. AdSress J.
M. M.. Globe.
NURSE— Sick nursing by an experienced
nurse; city references. Call or address 14
SEWING— A dressmaker wants sewing by the
day in families. Call or address 215 Rondo
SEWING — Dressmaker would like sewing in
families; cutting and fitting a specialty;
best of city references. Address M. E.
Camp. 135 East Delos.
STENOGRAPHER— Experienced young lady
bookkeeper and stenographer would like
work to do evenings. Address Miss A., 353
East Seventh st.. city.
WANTED— A girl wants work in family for
board, where she can go to school. F. H.
P., 171 Thirteenth st.
WASHING AND IRONING— Womair goes out
washing. Ironing and houseoleaning. In
qulre at 329 Rice st. ; down stairs.
WORK FOR BOARD— A young girl from th«
country wishes a plpce in private family
while attending school. 649 Endicott Bulld
.00. r i •
BOARD— Room and board for two in private
family on Merriam hill. Inquire at 764
BOARD— Nicely furnisflea" rooms" with or
without board; all modern Improvements;
ladies, $3.00; gents, $4.00 per week. 59 East
BOARD— WiII give two pr, three girls nice
room and board for ,$2.,p0 M a week; private
__familyj_bath. 290 Fuller »t.
BOARD— Furnished rooms and board steam
heat and gas. 151 Somipfc ay.
BOARD— Nice rooms i«th 'best of board in
private home; everything modern; no chil
dren: terms reasonable; walking distance.
359 Grove St., corner Olive.
BOARD — Newly furnished room with board;
all modern conveniences. 537 Jackson st.
BOARD— Two elegant front suites, well fur
nished; each suitable for three or four
gentlemen, with board, at the Buckingham
Apply at the Cafe.
BOARD— Lady teacher can find pleasant
home in vicinity of Cleveland school at
very moderate rates for sake of company.
H 4, Globe. j
BOARD— Pleasant rooms and good board at
reasonable rates at 521 Robert St.: handy
"THE MINER"— For those desiring a pleas
ant home for the winter, with first-class ac
commodations. Is centrally located for busi
neas people. 182 College, corner Sixth.
BOARD— Parties desiring board or several
rooms, address or call at 695 Oakland ay.
BOARD — Young man and wife with three
year-old boy want private board and two
rooms; will pay $35; references exchanged.
Address F 1, Globe.
BOARD AND ROOM desired in private fam
ily by young gentleman"; will pay $17 per
month. P 1. Globe. 1
BOARD— Oct. 1, two roojir* and board for hus
band and wife and two ttiildren ; state loca
tlon and terms. W. I*. frf.y Globe.
MADAME MARIE FAVRH, French dress
maker. 27 East Seventh »t.,« Kendrick Block.
KAHLERT & MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam
Dye Works. 24* fi— s^gs^glth st.
| a ■ -J- . ,
GET YOUR ROOFING^ *AND CORNICB
work done by the Minnesota Roofing and
Cornit* Co.. 411 Selby ay. .'
PRIVATE HOME for ladles during confine
ment; thirty years' experience; terms rea
sonable. Call or address S. E. Adams, 366
Minnesota St., St. Paul, Minn.
CORNS, Ingrowing sails removed. 14 East
Seventh st., Chiropodist.
MISB HULL, Bucceaaor to Mr*. Baldwin, r*.
moves superfluous hair, moles, etc., by elec
tricity; only positive and permanent remedy;
references given. 307 Merrill Block, corner*
Fifth and St. Peter sts.
ROBERT I*. WIWNB,
Agent (or Care of Property,
ATTENTION— NON-RESIDENT OWNERS.
I SOLICIT THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUR
PROPERTY, CONFIDENT THAT I CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY. TIME AND ANNOY
ANCE. ONLY EXCLUSIVE LISTMENTS
ENTERTAINED. THE LARGE BUSINESS
BUILT UP IS THE RESULT OF FAIR
AND JUDICIOUS TREATMENT OF TEN
ANTS AND AT THE SAME TIME CARE
FUL CONSCIENTIOUS AND PROMPT
ATTENTION IN THE INTERESTS OF THE
I RENT HOUSES, STORES, FLATS, ETC.,
COLLECT RENTS PROMPTLY. UNDER
TAKE THE GENERAL CARE OF PROP
ERTY, MANAGE ESTATES. PLACE IN
SURANCE, PAY TAXES. ETC.
HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT IN ALL
PARTS OB' THE CITY.
J. W. SHEPARD,
5>4 East Fourth Street.
COAL— SB.3S A TONfl
ECONOMY IS IN RENTINxTT^STEAM^
MODERN STEAM-HEATED FLATS, FOUR
?vt V _?_, SIX> SEVBN AN D EIGHT ROOMS!
IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT APARTMENT
HOUSES, WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
OF BUSINESS, HOT AND COLD WATER
NATURAL WOOD AND WHITE ENAMEL
FINISH, PORCELAIN BATHS, NICKEL
FITTINGS, GAS RANGES, SET LAUNDRY
TUBS, SHADES, SCREENS AND HAND
SOME MANTELS. JANITOR SERVICE
$20.00 TO $36.00. TWO BUILDINGS, EN
TIRELY NEW, NEVER BREN OCCUPIED.
IF YOU WANT A GOOD APARTMENT
AT MODERATE PRICES, LOOK THESE
A FEW HOUSES.
$16.00— 415 EAST ROBIE ST., EIGHT ROOMS
$18.00-691 OLIVE, SIX ROOMS, tfATH^AI^
$20.00—88 PARK PLACE, TEN ROOMsT
BATH AND STEAM PLANT.
$25.00—374 NORTH EXCHANGE^ NINE
ROOMS, BATH, FURNACE.
$25.00—870 EAST FOURTH ST., NINE
ROOMS, HARDWOOD FINISH, BATH,
_ FURNACE AND LAUNDRY.
$25.00—675 ST. PETER, NINE ROOMS AND
$30.00—199 GOODRICH. TEN ROOMS, MOD
ERN, AND BARN.
$30.00—181 SMITH, TEN ROOMS, FURNACE,
BATH, TWO CLOSETS.
$35.00—548 OAKLAND, ELEVEN ROOMS,
FURNACE AND BATH.
AT MERRIAM PARK.
$17.00— ONE OF THE BEST SIX-ROOM
HOUSES IN THE PARK; CENTRAL LO
. CATION ; ON CAR LINE.
$25.00— TW0 GOOD THOROUGHLY MOD
ERN BRICK HOUSES, IN PERFECT OR
SCHRAM'S RENTING AGENCY,
Rooms 320 and 322 Manhattan
$50 rents 25-room steam-heai house.
$35 rents 12-room modern house, central.
161 St. Albans — 8 rooms, modern $18
662 Otsego — 7 rooms, water, sewer $12
862 Magnolia— 7 rooms, city water $10
234 Granite — o rooms, water, sewer $8
171 Forbes ay., corner Leech— 3 rooms $8
245 Goodrich— 3 rooms, water, sewer $8
841 Burr— 6 rooms, bath (first floor) $10
Up stairs, down stairs, fiats and rooms, all
Furnished flat for housekeeping, Sept. IS;
Suites of two rooms to couples, furnished
(no children), central.
CATHCART & COMPANY,
158 East Sixth Street.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
693 LAUREL AY.— 6 rooms and bath $18.00
721 Laurel Ay.— 6 rooms and city water.. 15.00
174 Martin St. — 6 rooms and city water.. 13.00
376 North Exchange St.— l 2 rooms and
bath : modern , ■...■... 30.00
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY, Davidson
Block, Corner Fourth and Jackson Sts. —
Houses, fiats, stores and rooms to rent in all
parts of the city, and at all prices.
J. W. SHEPARD, 94 EAST FOURTH ST.
RENTS HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES',
STEAM-HEATED APARTMENTS; COL
LECTS RENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS'
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY — GLOBE
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES.
STORES. OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OF
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKE COL
HOUSES — For rent, three five-room houses,
corner Goodrich and Western ays; water
free; $10 per month. Apply L. L. May &
Co., 25 and 27 West Fifth st.
HOUSE— Five-room house, 665 Arkwrlght St.;
in good order; $5. Smith & Taylor. 218
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. The best
known place to place your houses and
stores if you want to rent them. We look
after your property and agree to save you
much trouble and money, vexation of spirit
and some Christianity, or swear words.
Bring in your house now, or if you want
one come to us. Taylor's Renting Agency.
HOUSE — For rent, five-room house, No. 663
Arkwright St., near Lafayette; in good or
der; $5 per month. Smith & Taylor, 218
HOUSE— Partly furnished house on St. An
thony hill; $25 per month; modern, conven
ient; car service handy; quiet neighborhood.
Address R 110, Globe.
HOUSE— For rent, large single dwelling. 405
HOUSE— To rent, ten-room house, 287 Nel
son ay. Inquire on the premises.
HOUSE— For rent, at once, a nicely fur
nished house, for the winter. 279 Pleasant
HOUSE for rent; 414 Ashland ay.; all mod.
em improvements. Inquire at 412 Ashland
ay., or 23 East Fifth st.
HOUSE— Nine-room house. No. 121 Western
"ay., with bath, furnace, etc., $30. Smith &
Taylor, 218 Manhattan building.
HOUSE — For rent, six-room house with water
and sewer; also four rooms and bath room,
at 661 East Third St., one- half block from
Maria ay. line.
HOUSE — For rent, eight-room house on St.
Anthony hill; all conveniences. Address A
HOUSE— For rent, eight-room house with
gas, bath and furnace. 265 East University
ay., corner Canada st. ;
HOUSE — Modern twelve-room house in first- ,
class condition. Inquire at 586 St. Peter st.
HOUSE — For rent, nice house, very cheap;
all modern conveniences; location very de
sirable; walking distance; furnished or un
furnished. Address G 56, Globe.
COTTAGE — Seven-room brick cottage, corner
of Beech and Mendota, with city water and
good cellar; $10.00 per month. Inquire 561
Burr St., corner of Hopkins.
COTTAGE— For rent, five-room cottage; $3.00
per month. 452 Sherburne ay.
COTTAGE— For rent, five-room cottage, city
water and sewer, 20 Douglas St., one block
from Ramsey st. car barn.
BROADWAY, 667— For rent, three" or five
nice rooms, furnished for housekeeping, in
a private family; all Improvements.
BROADWAY, M2— First Floor— Suite of two
furnished rooms, modern improvements;
$5 and $6 per month.
BROADWAY, 558— Two nicely furnished rooms
for $5 per month for epch.
BROADWAY, 563— Furnished and unfurnished
rooms to rent; very clieap; water and sewer.
CANADA ST., 679— Furnished and unfurnished
rooms for rent.
COLLEGE AY., 20— For rent, nicely fur
nished rooms with steam heat and the
use of bath and gas if needed ; rent cheap.
DAYTON, AY.. 906— Rooms to rent, three
nicely furnished rooms for light house
DKFIEL BLOCK— Seven Corners— For rent,
elegant furished rooms, single and en suite.
EIGHTH ST., 811, BAST— For rent, two tar
nished rooma for light housekeeping; city
FIFTH ST., 106 EAST — Choice furnished
rooma; suites of two or single; moderate
ratea, day, w«*k or month.
NINTH ST.. 166 WEST— Furnished room* for
rent, cheap, singla or en suite, In heart of
NINTH : BT., 136, WEST-Thlrd Flat-NJcety
furnished rooms, single or en suite; con
veniences: board If desired.
PINE ST.. 882— Three rooms In good repair
for housekeeping; water; rent, $5.
PLEASANT AY.', 177— One or two unfurnished
rooms; <>ight housekeeping if desired; mod
PLEASANT AY.. 146— For rent, front parlor;
also suite of rooms, with or without board.
PLEASANT AY.. 740— For rent, four rooms,
_J^°^ L s i a ?E!!L_?yy. ■w_«ter 2 _bath_room i cellar.
RONDO ST., 776— Four rooms for rent, down
stairs; city water, cellar and woodshed; $9
ROBIE, 264, EAST-For rent, front alcove
_room^_furnished, suitable for two, $6.
ROOMS— Three unfurnished rooms for rent
pleasant location. Call at 173 East Uni
ROOMS— Two or three rooms, furnished for
light housekeeping, within ton blocks of
Newspaper Row; ground floor preferred. Ad
_dress_N 50, Globe.
ROOMS— Furnished rooms wanted, with or
without board, upper town; state terms.
Addresß T. W. R., Pioneer Press.
ROOMS— Two nicely furnished rooms, with
conveniences; gentlemen only. Apply 307
__Nelson ay., corner of Farrington.
ROOM— For rent, large room in ffat in Central
park; steam Jieat and gas. U 94, Globe.
ROOMS— Thrte unfurnished front room 3; heat,
bath, etc., $20. 42 the_B_uckingham.
ROOM — A very pleasant room (large) for
one or two gentlemen, in private family;
_ near_ business center. Address A 44, Globe.
SELBY AY., 585— For rent, three or four un
furnished rooms, up stairs, to parties with
SIXTH ST., 120, WEST— Newly furnished
front rooms, single or en suite; baths, elec
tric lights, hot water, heat.
SMITH AY., 135— Front alcove room with aTI
modern improvements in private family;
ST. ALBANS ST., 266— For rent, desirable
front room, with alcove, furnished; mod
_ern; terms reasonable.
ST. PETER ST., 500— Flat I— For rent, nice
ly furnished rooms, steam heat, gas and
ST. PETER ST., 646— Small room for rent;
also gentleman of good habits wishes room
mate ; modern conveniences.
ST. PETER ST., 387— For rent, furnished
rooms: steam heat, electric light and use
of bath. ■
TENTH ST.. 103, WEST— Nicely furnished
rooms by the day, week or month; rent
THIRD ST., 257, WEST— Rooms furnished for
gentlemen, with breakfast; also rooms for
UTOPIA— Rooms, with board, at the Utopia,
493 St. Peter, corner Exchange st.
WALNUT ST., 385— Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, with bath.
WESTERN AY., 349— For rent, three unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping; use of
cellar and bath.
TENEMENT— For rent, one five-room tene
ment at No. 7 East Ninth st. ; modern im
provements. Inquire premises.
FLAT— For rent, flat of four rooms, facing
__south; gas and bath. 2gfl% Nelson ay.
HIAWATHA FLATS— 7IO Cedar St.— A nice,
pleasant, furnished room, modern flat, out
side; steam heat; hot and cold water;
terms moderate; references. Flat 18.
FLATS in the Marlowe, corner Maria &r.
and East Fifth st. ; steam heat, porcelain
bath and all modern conveniences.
MY SALVE cures fetid feet, piles, burns,
sores, itch, corns, freckles. Corn Doctor,
46 Ninth, corner Cedar; 15c a box.
WANTED— The name of drayman who moved
two trunks from building corner Rice and
Central ays., Aug. 27; will pay for trouble.
F. Churchill, 563 Broadway.
ANY PERSON who witnessed the accident
of lady falling from street car. corner of
Wabasha and Seventh sts. Friday, about
11 o'clock, will confer a favor by- furnish
ing address to undersigned. C. E. How
larid, 8j wwt Fifth street.
A MIDDLE-AGED stranger from the East
solicits acquaintance of a lady. Address F 6,
CLAIRVOYANT— 366 Minnesota St., near
Fifth; natural-born clairvoyant medium,
Madame Waltheir; unites separated lovers;
causes speedy marriages; never fails; get
her combined magnetic loadstone amulet
for success in business and love; sent to
_any address; sitting, $1.
A GENTLEMAN to be in the city for a few
weeks desire* the acquaintance of a com
panionable lady. Address immediately. X
CAP. C— Write or wire address^ Will send
money immediately.— Mother. All Western
papers please copy.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, If you want
a husband or wife, send for list of over
800 personals or call at our office, personal
introductions given at our parlors. West
ern Guide, Room 1, 22 South Washington
ay., Minneapolis, Minn.
MRS. DR. FOWLER's bath parlors, 452 St
Peter st. ; electric, vapor, alcohol and Turk
ish; scientific massage; baths $1.00 during
encampment; massage extra.
BATHS— Alcohol, medicated and tub; expert
massagists; open day and night. Anna
Mack, from Chicago, 186 East Seventh.
BATHS— Alcohol, medicated and vapor; expert
massagists. Dr Stella Fremont, 303 Jack
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teltaworth; prices reduced 50 cents;
thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
BICYCLE— For sale, bicycle, high grade '96
Elgin, M. & W. tire, as good as new; will
sell cheap. 1274 Payne ay.
BICYCLE— Wanted to sell, lady's National
bicycle; $100 wheel; will sell cheap; leaving
city. Apply Globe Building, City Railway
BICYCLE— For sale, high-grade nearly new
bicycle, weight 22 pounds; $25 cash. In
quire 43 Eleventh st.
GOOD THING for sore feet. Good Luck"
Salve; nur« cure for bad-smelling feet, scald
feet and dry. hot feet If your druggist
does not keep it, send or call on W. H.
Loclrwood, chiropodist. 293 and 294 Bndi
cott Hull dine, 25c. 50c and $1 box.
f\ ¥ ET #"""" ET Manufacturer
/"* L/i MZ*%_+£^ 9 and Dealer ml
Importer of Billiard Cloth and Supplies. Al
tering and repairing done on short notice. Sec
ond-nand tables bought and sold.
220 Cast Seventh St. St. Paul Minn
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$1 BOX OF
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edy for Men, acts in 24 hours. One box rliows
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Bent, sealed, ou receipt of only five 2-cent stamps
to prepay postage, full regular $1 box, with valu
able medical book, rules for health, and wnsit t»
eat and avoid. If you have tried othsrs and i silled
don't miss thit. write at once. If we could not
help you we »honld not make this hrr.est offer.
CAPITAL CHEM. CO., Box TT, 2202, Boston, Mas*,
A POSITIVE RADICAL CURE FOR
Sm. stricture t c»
UB New Method. Hone TiwUiru-nt. JIHOI
KJKB Gleet, Mucom Dischtira, Less < f &MX
*fJ^KW Power, ScildiDj of IJrin*. Obt.iri;«-
dmlr Uon te th« ?«mr~. Irritation Ktid MfjL
gffcOftTATIQ ENLARGEMENT CURED.
Ko operation. No pain. Certain cure. Book Jh'ree.
XHFIRBMSD. CO., 75 Smith Bldg., Boston, Maw.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
LITTLE & HOYT.
» .300700~w711~buy TiSdl^i~hsSrisJi
hlEii l 0t ' ™ X 176 teet * beßt »o<»tloii, at
S^OOOO* originally cost owner
1750 00 WlLriuFaT^ro^nTirouse and full
size lot in Arlington Hills district; house
_alon^_coat_»l,BOo to build.
$575.00 FOR A GOOD 7-rooiiT house; good \7
catlon; originally mortgaged for $1 feO;
_must be cash.
$375.00 FOR A 40-foot lot, south of University
ay., near _MU ton; old price, $1,0)0.00.
THESE ARE ONLY A SAMPLE of our bar
gains. any one of which will net you 50
per cent after election. Little & Hoyt. 230
E. P. ROBERTS,
95 East Fourth Street,
For your rents, real estate loans and insur
ance. I make a sueclaitv of rents.
78^X128^ ON JENKS ST:. with comfo^Table"
cottage, for sale cheap, or will be put la
•nape to euit permanent tenant. The State
Savings Bank, city.
A, G. Johnioß A Co., Auctioneers.
EXTRAORDINARY SALS BY AUCTION-
On Saturday, Sept. 12. at 10 a. m.. in our
store, Nos 238 and 240 East Seventh st..
we will sell at public auction the contents
of a fifteen-room residence, consisting of
four elegant bedroom suits in oak and
maple, fine plush parlor suits, mahogany
hall seat, fine hall rack, sideboard exten
sion table, dining room chairs.' sofas
couches, a lot of fine silverware in coffee urn'
water pitcher, knives, forks, spoons etc '
a fine gas range, one Favorite heating
stove (almost new), an elegant lot of vel
vet, Brussels and ingrain carpets; also 150
■ samples of carpets, 1% yards long, suitable
for rugs. We will also sell the following
goods that have been used only during the
encampment week: 1,000 chairs, 500 double
beds, 500 springs. 500 mattresses, 300 pair
feather pillows, 1,000 quilts and 200 pairs of
■blankets. Parties looking for bargains
In household goods should not miss
this important sale. A. jG. Johnson Auc
tioneer, 238 and 240 East Seventh st.
FARMS for sale in Southern Virginia from
$3 to $10 per acre, near railroad; fine water,
timber and good dwellings. Freeman Epes
LADIES! Chlchester's English Pennyroyal
Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best. Safe
reliable. Take no other. Send 4 centa'
stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladies "
in letter by return mail. At druggists. Men
tion Globe. Chichester Chemical Co., Phil
$7if"t<rsiso ~X~MONTK ~AND~EXPEXSE3
paid salesmen for cigars, experience un
necessary; standard goods; Little Clerk
cigar machine free to each customer. Chas
C. Bishop & Co.. St. Louis. Mo.
wheat now will net handsome returns. We
issue a handsome manual and daily market
letter Both are free. Write Hughes &
o^^Bankers, 55 Broadway, New York.
"WANTED TO REXT.
ROOMS— Wanted, by first-class clairvoyant
two or three nicely furnished connecting
rooms in good business center; answer at
once. 16 Weat Exchange st.
HOUSE— Wanted, to rent, modern house not
less than ten rooms and barn, In Seventh
ward. Address 1 M. Globe.
HOUSE— Wanted, to rent, modern furnished
or partly furnished house on hill for the
winter. Address A 1, Globe.
ROOMS— Wanted, two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Address 7^l
East Fourth st. *
ROOM-Wanted. to rent a large unfurnished
room in private family; must be first-class.
Address P 3, Globe.
HOUSE-Wanted to rent, six or seveiTroom
house, with bath; must be cheap. J W
Williams, Eighth and Cedar sts.
ROOMS— Wanted, three or four unfurnished
rooms in good location: references ex
changed. Address 112 Smith ay.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY-A ""modern ~se^e"iT~o7
nine-room house in residence part of St
Paul; not more than twenty minutes' walk
from union depot; must be bottom figure
for cash. A 3, Globe.
VlA y°.~;T, or sale chea P- flne upright "piano
and folding bed; both In elegant order \d
drees A 71, Globe.
STOVES— For sale, one No. 1 double heater.
Radiant Home; also gasoline stove and bed
room suit. Call before. Wednesday, 301 East
PIANO— For sale cheap, good square piano
parties leaving town. Address A. A., Globe!
STOVES— STOVES— STOVES— New^ and sec^
ond-hand. All kinds, at low prices. Ryan
Furniture and Exchange Company, 142 and
_144 Baat Beventh.
STONE— For sale, twenty loads of good ston<»
and lots of lumber, both old and new at
corner Sixth and Summit.
ORGAN — For sale, parlor organ and sewing
machine; cheap. Address A 2, Globe.
CHOICE FURNISHED HOUSE. 10 rooms, cen
tral, furnished complete; $700. worth $2,000;
another at $250; also gilt edge one worth
double what we ask and everything very
choice and central. Investigate these before
furnishing a house. Schram's Renting
Agency, 320 and 822 Manhattan Building.
680 SECOND-HAND HEATING AND COOK!
stoves; some as good as new; at less than
half-price. Ryan Furniture and Exchange
Company. 142 and 144 East Seventh.
SEWING MACHINE— For sale, improved
Singer sewing machine, little used; will
sell cheap or exchange in part payment for
Wilcox & Gibbs' automatic. Address A 14,
LUMBER— A large quantity of one and two
inch lumber for sale very cheap for cash.
Telephone 447-2. Theo Bunker, 73 West
FOR SALE— Saloon fixtures, bar, back bar,
chairs and six-foot clock. John A. Stees,
Seventh and Jackson sts.
LARGEST STOCK OF STOVES in the cityT
Ryan Furniture and Exchange Company,
142 and 144 East Seventh.
PIANO— For sale very cheap, one Fischer
upright cabinet grand piano at once, on
account of leaving city. Address U 95,
180 E. 7th Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily cures all private, nervous, chronio
and blood and skin diseases of both sexes,
without the use of mercury or hindrance
from ousiness. NO CURE, NO PAY. Pri
vate diseases, and all old, lingering case*
where the blood has become poisoned, caus
ing ulcers, blotches, sore throat and mouth,
pains in the head and bones, and all diseases
of the kidneys and bladder are cured for
life. Men of all ages who are suffering from
the results of youthful indiscretions or ex
cesses of mature years, producing nervous
ness, indigestion, constipation, loss of mem
ory, etc., are thoroughly and permanently
Dr. Feller, who ha« had many years of ex
perience !n this specialty, is a graduate from
one of the leading medical colleges of the
country. He has never failed In curing any
eases that he has undertaken. Cases and
correspondence sacredly confidential. Call or
write for list of questions. Medieln* sent by
mall and express everywhere free from risk
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE.
Ncti'-a is hereby given to the owner or
owners, thif. one sorrel horse, white star
in forehead, two white hind feat, weigh!
about 1.200 pounds, is about eleven yoars
old; had part of harness on and has b°u->
taken up by police officer while running at
largo in the city of St. Paul in violation oj
the ordinances of said city, and is-linpot<it<le4
at the Margaret street police station, and
that I will sell said horse at »i4>lic auction
to the highest bidder for ra^H^i* abM Mar
garoi nolics station at 10iu'Jtyjt£ Jh the
forenoon oh Tuesday, the Stn^ffffr '■*>#■ Sep
tember, IS9S, unless said hor.se is before »~d