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The People's paper. The Daily Globe, will !n --tertadvertisements under the heads of Help Wanted, Situations Wanted, Lost and Found, For Sale, For Bent, Boarding, not exceeding three lines. Free, to rich »nd poor alike, but only one advertisement on the same day from one individual. If answers fall to come tlie first time, we Invite as many repetitions as are necessary to secure what you advertise for. We wish the advertisers to feel that they are not im posing on us by using our free columns. The Globs Is the People* paper, and the people are invited to use Its columns freely in supplying their wants. ■ l>ii>!ii»»» Advertisement*, under these heads, will be charged one-half cent a word for each inser tion. - The patrons of the Gi.ob« outside the city are requested to use our free advertising columns, as we desire all to partake of its benefits. THE GLOBE COMPANY. ■ ■T. Paul. Minn. SITUATIONS OFFERED. Male. ANTED— Salesman for jobbing cigsr trade. \ * Must have small amount of money to invest in the basinet*. Call at 1:0 Jackson street. 6 \T7"A>TTED— Two mounted carriers for the Globe. \ » Call »t the circulator's office in the Globe building after 4p m. W E Magraw, city circulator. '\\" r ANTED— Lad (boot 17 years old. Apply »t_252 W East Seventh street. *7i_-» A GOOD man wanted to sell soaplne from house to boose. Salary and commission. Call at 143 East Fourth street. * OUUt:ooiiiiuarrymea«l.snpir>Uy. JohnSwalu son ft Co.. corner Seventh and SfMey. 5 COMPETENT drug clerk wanted! one who speaks \J German preferred. Adu^- JW. Globe. 5 17OCK I>ov3, 13 years aid, to carry advertisements * on streets. Apply batween 10 and 11, third Boor, 3PS Jackson. entrance fifth street. 5 A GOOD boy who lives with his parents, to learn tlie painter's trade. A>Mr»-ssß. tills office . 5 B~ BICKLAYEK:? wanted at Si F.»s: Seventh street, Bradley Mock; l::»-'icst wages piild. J> FOUR erst-class coat makers, none other need ap ply. i; Powers, 135 West Seventh. _ 5 ttt \>*TED— First-class barber* ■at 829 Jackson YV street. D Phillips. _8 ttt jvXTKi 1 — Canvassers at the Minneapolis Trlb \\ une headquarters, corner Third and Wabasba ■treat*, over Second National bank. Phillips & Buell. city circulators. 5 VNTKP — \ good salesman to sell soaplne from \V house to ate. Call at 148 Eaat Fourth street at 7:30 am. . *_ fXTjLKTED — Three active, honest and intelligent \\ carrier boys lor the Daily Globe; must come •well recommended: call at the circulator's office in tbe Globe building after 4 pm. W E Maffraw, city circulator. rpHiVKE carpenters wanted at once for honse _L CuisUics; come read; for work; 2SS Ellen street, two blocks west of Klcc. j ANTED— Reliable Catholic salesman. E. P. \ V OTtegan. M East Sixth street.. *. ANTED— Two good job printers at Times office \Y this morninj. - -V- * BAKBER wanted. E ISetUke, Hoflman avenue and Conway street J ; * "C»UR coal cutters wanted. Gordon & Ferguson. ttt \VTKI>— men of good address, must be \Y "sober and well recommended. Good pay to goo.l men. P F Collier. 57 Davidson block 3 BARKEEPER wanted, «nat speak German and English. Address PM. this office. 8 BOY wanted immediately to drive a team. In quire at 627 Jackson street, corner Thirteenth; steady employment. , _^ J_ "\TOUNGiuan to do genera! -work in a saloon and X restaurant. Can at 315 Robert street. 3 LLESMAS wanted for gents' furnishing goods; "must be a good salesman. Address with refer ences and salary expected. B 3. this office. 3 T^XERGETIC man wanted in every town in Mln- nesota to work life Insurance. Address J T Thnrman, Minneapolis. 3 AX Intelligent gentleman having' good address wanted at 50 Court block. A MAX who understands glass-cutting and packing. _^ T.I"AV"TED — laborers for Wisconsin: work all VV summer. Colton, 239 Robert street. 2 VI7AXTEP— Man to sell fence and do collecting, VV Schickler Oc Wilson, corner Sixth and Cedar. 2 TMRST-CLASS blacksmith wanted lor general £ work, call at 92 East Fourth street. I SIX Canvassers on salary and commission. Century ~ Piano and Organ Co., No 65 East Third street, St. Paul. ,7.-/7. 165 - WANTED-Bookkeeper and salesman who en- VV joy a short smoke to try "Duke Cigarettes. They are absolutely pure, mild and sweet, and the very best that can be produced, regardless of cost. Sold by W. S. Dennis, Uiifl'.lan Block. lt7 * \XTF.D— Any number of well-educated youn; VV men of refined and discriminating taste, to try "Duke Cigarettes." They contain only the nat ural properties, flavor and fragrance of the choicest tobaccoln the world. Sold by Aug. Beck i Co corner Fifth and Robert. 14 ' Female. A GIRL for general housework wanted; Swede or German preferred. Inquiri 180 East Sixth street, over livery static 1_ * "ITTAXTED— First-class girls ft choice places in VV. city and at Fort Snelling AehUlcs, .193 EaEt Eeventh. •- ■ " jU ' :! .: "~ 6 A girl to do housework. Apply to Mrs P C Lutz, 223 Nash street. 6 GIRL for general housework. Call at 215 Chest nut street, up stairs. ; 6 WO good washers wanted at once at Metropolitan X hotel; highest wages raid. _£ WANTED— A steady German girl for general housework. 564 Canada street. 6 WANTED — Agents to canvass for the Yasser VV alarm bolt, something new. sell* at sight. In quire of J M Cooley, rear of 563 Broadway. . 5 WANTED— A cook, highest wages paid. 'No \V washing or ironing, inferences required. Ap ply 351 Washington street. 5 GOOD cook, *4 West Fifth street. Apply between 7 and 10 p m. \ 176-77 WANTED— Four scrubbing girls at once. Achil- VV les', 195 East Seventh; «15 per month. COMPETENT girl for general housework; must be \j a good cook, at 282 West Seventh street. 4 WANTED— Several ladies and gents to act as VV agents for S: Paul Export Publishing Co., after 4 p in., 596 Robert street. 4 WANTED immediately, a first-class cook. Ap ply between Bam and 12 m, 44 West Fifth street. £ OMAN to do washing and ironing, atßslglehart \V street. * WANTED— girl for general housework. Apply VV at 2SO Pleasant avenue. 3 "WTOUXG lady wanted to take charge of our retail J. store. Mahan & Cumbey, 31 and 33 East Third street. ' 3 GIRL wanted for general housework, 463 East Fifth street. 3 GERMAN woman as housekeeper and to attend store. Apply at the bakery 871 Mlnnehaha street, corner East Seventh. ■ 3 |~i ERMAX lady wanted for housekeeping. Apply \JT at &71 Mlnnehaha street. .- .t? - ■\T7" ANTED Immediately a first-class family cook VV with references. Achilles, 195 East Seventh. 2 LADY wanted for housework and to attend store; XJ No. 871 Minnehaha. corner East Seventh. 2 AGIEL wanted at Cl Iglehart street. 1 SITUATIONS "WANTED. Male. EXGIXEEIi wants situation; all repairing done. X-J Address JJ C, Globe office. ....... 6 "\TOUXG man wanted to assist me in sign painting, X to take one-half Interest; §50 required. A 6 C, this office. ■ 6 BY a young man in gents' furnishing goods house, with seven years' experience, and good sales man. Address JX S, Windsor house, Minneapolis. 6 A YOUNG man (Norwegian) desires employment. Speaks English, German anil Scandinavian lan guages. Will do anything respectable. Address George, V M C A, St Paul. -^.;y 6 SITUATIOX wanted in city by a young man; good O references; had two years' experience in imple ment business. J U De, 356 Drake block. 6 YOUNG man, 17 years of age, would like a perma- X nent position; willing to work for small wages. Address JS B. Globe. t . 6 "\TOUNG man, 19 years of age, well acquainted In X the city, desires a position in any respectable business. Address CW B, Globe. .6 BY an experienced man, a place to work around house garden for two or three days in week. Address X 97, Globe. . . : . . 6 T^NGINEER, five years' experience, wants asltua- X-i tion; machinist by trade; can do gas and steam fitting; well acquainted with electric light and ele vators: a stranger In the city. Address B, 12 East Seventh street, St Paul. ■ 177 POSITION as coachman by young man of experi ence. Address CB, this office. ■ .6 A MAX of 21 years and best habits, good steno grapher, wants position in store. Address J S 6, 291 Jackson si net. 6 A BOY 13 years eld requires a situation. Address PS, Globe. . 6 I \ FIRST CLASS barkeeper wishes situation in or XI. our of city. Address C, Globe office. , ..-* ' 6 WANTED— In gas-fitting and plumbing establishment to learn trade. Address C C 14, Globe. 6 MAX wants job to cut and rake hay; would be willing to milk one or two cows. Address U D T, Globe. -----■*- - ■■ 6 AYOUXG Gennin. three months in country. wants situation In wholesale house; low wages expected; -good references. Address J, Globe. 6 "\7"OUXG man wishes employment tnrce hours each X evening,. would prefer copying. Address CX, this office. ' ■ • ■ . 5 A YOUNG Englishman wishes situation as waiter. - XV Address John Teverson. 356 Cedar street. 5 WASTED — By competent gardener, place to work three or four days In the week; best references. Ernst, Globe office. ' 5 SITUATIONS WANTED. Male— Continued. T)OSIT!ON as salesman, hardware trade preferred; X references. Address D 8 Y. city. 5 SITUATION as coachman, thoroughly understands taking care of hones, willing to do chores about the bouse. Apply NH, Globe office. 4 "IT" I " ANTED — A situation by an experienced tln \> smith. Address W B Jones, 219 Somerset street. 4 AS coachman In private family, by a German of several years' exi'irieuie I;i Switzerland sud this country. S K,J S»V est Fillmurc avenue. 4 STATIONARY engineer wants position. Address L G O, 85S East Seventh (treat. 4 HAVE been working in the commission busluess itx months on Robert street. Good referenegto show. Address M Ford. 4*.'B Minnesota street, city. 4 AYOUXG man experienced in commission busi ness, would like a situation as solicitor, or in office, wages not particular. Address HC. Globe. 4 POSITION In railroad office, either freight or pas senger department ; &ye years' experience, refer ences. Address WB 7, this I'tnVo. 6 SITUATION wanted as second cook or broiler in a hotel or restaurant iv tbe Northwot, references. Address G A, Globe ooice. 5 A young, temperate man wishes a position of any kind, experienced tv machinery. George Uaupt, Vater Reins hotel. St Peter street. 5 VITAXT chance to drive team or work In a livery >» stable, age 20, good education. Address IP, Globe office. , 6 SITUATION wanted by a young man of two years' experience as delivery clerk In grocry. Address John Nas, Globe office. 5 STRICTLY temperate ninn, 20 years of age, would like a place in a pri\ ate family, best of references furnished. AtlJress A.679 Cauada slrect.4 "f T7" ANTED— Situation as clerk In grocery sto re. V V Address D X Clerk, this office. 4 AYOUXG man wants to travel for a wholesale whisky or cigar bouse. Address A A, Box 305, Yankton, D T. f ■\1 JAX TED for respectable boys, 12 and 13, place* V \ in private families, do chores for board and go to school. Address JO, Globe. 4 AYOUXG man wishes a position of any kind; ftood experience in running all kinds of ma chinery; can do also clerking. AS J. care Globe. 4 T IVE MAX wants posltu>n as traveling salesman .Li for bats, furs, etc. Address WE G, 44 West Fifth street, St Panl. Minn. 4 AX experienced barkeeper wishes situation In or out of city. Address T Becker, 608 Robert street, city. 4 APOSITIOX wanted by a reliable young man In a retail boot and shoe store; can give good refer ences. Address FHM, this office. 3 "\7'OUNG man four years' experience In general X. merchandise, would like to get employment in l'uslm-.s. JO M. this oflK-e. 4 SITUATION wanted t>y an experienced man to take care of ■ boat or boats at the lakes, also under stand the care of horses. Address F M R, 148 East Ninth street, St Paul, Minn. 4 * X experienced hardware man wants situation, -i\- either city or country; best references. Address H W, care Globe. _1 YOUNG man, aged 23 years, would like situa tion in cigar or queensware house; eight years' experience on the road. Address CB, this office. 3 'TRIAL by jury— Any firm requiring the services X of a competent book-keeper and accountant; ex pectations to 6uit the times. Address Fatality, this office. 3 SITUATION wanted by a middle-aged man to do any kind of work. Address HB. 491 Wabasha street. 3 A GOOD boy wants a situation to take care of of horses and work about the house. Address F W B, this office. 3 ■\7"OUXG man, German, who can tend to horses, X and talks perfect English and French, wants a situation. Address EH 24, Globe. 3 "VVTAXTED by a reliable man of 29. employment VV .in any capacity; good penman; best references. M, 433 East Ninth street. S WORK, wanted by a woodworker, is used to gen eral sbop; ten years' experience; city or coun try. Address TW, 482 East Ninth street. 3 SITUATION by a young man who is willing to do lO anything; understands taking care of horses and doing cbores. Address Will, Globe. 3 BY a young man of some experience, a position as shipping clerk in St. Paul or Minneapolis. Ad dress C H F, this office. 3 W'AXTED— Situation as baker in city or country. Address 810 St Peter street. 3 BY a young man, posit ion wanted in store or office, good at figures, references furnished. Address A H, care Globe. 3 YOUXG man. stranger In tbe city, desires employ ment. Is willing to accept anything respectable. Address T H H, this office. BY a first-class bartender who can speak English aud German. Address CM, Globe office. 3 BY a young Norwegian, situation wanted as bar tender; four years' experience. Address 6G, this office. 3 BY a young, single gentleman, situation wanted as cook, baker or bartender.Bpeaks English, German and French. Address Andrew Sballer, Huron, Dak. 3 APOSITIOX wanted In a bank or lawyer's office by a strictly reliable boy. Address 3 H, this office. 3 A POSITION In an office wanted by a young man, can write shorthand and use type-writer. Ad dress A H C, 49 West Fourth street, city. 3 11/ AHTKD — Situation by a young m»» speaking V V Norwegian and English; four years experience. Adilross S <j, this office. 2 WANTED— Wotrk on farm within reasonable dis tance of city by the month or day. Address X, Globe. 1 AX EXPERIEXCED baker wants a situation in a bakery or restaurant. Address JB, 276 Josette street. SITUATIOX wanted by a good, steady girl in pri vate family. Address Mary Quinn, 151 East Xinth street. 1 BY experienced clerk, shipper and correspondent, accustomed to trust position and not atraid of work: best references. Dayton. 204 DraKe Mock 1 AYOUSG man wishes a position of auy kind; can meke himself generally useful. Address RM, care this office. I A waiter Irishes employment In hotel or restau rant; good references. Address X IJ, Globe office. 1 Female. SITUATIOX wanted as housekeeper by an Ameri - can lady, best of city references. Address SM, Globe office. 5 WANTED — Situation as copyist by a young lady of two years' experience, good city references. Address D D, Globe office. 5 TO DO sewing In private families; cutting and fit ting a specialty, Address KM C, 452 Pleasant avenue. 5 YOUXG lady would like position in office as clerk, or to do writing and copying. Call or address A T X, 88 West Fourth Btreet. 3 WAXTED— Situation as copyist by a young lady. Best of references. Apply MB, Globe office, Stillwater. 4 TWO good German girls want situations In the same bouse. Apply corner Sixth and Minne sota. 4 IF you want a flrst-class girl on short notice, go to Achillee, 195 East Seventh. 174 "\7" o UNG lady wants a situation as companion to a X lady, or as governess in city or country. Miss R Swan, St. Paul. 3 T)LENTY of good girls with references want situa- X tions at Seven Corners Employment office. M Thomson. i 3 A PLACE wanted ag second ceok In a hotel or restaurant; good references. Address GA. this office. . 3 LADY wants copying to do, she Is a reliable and legible copyist and will guarantee satisfaction. Address M G P, care Globe. BY a young lady, plain sewing wanted in a private family. Apply 704 Armstrong street. WAXTED— Places for some good German girls. Achilles' Employment office, 195 East Seventh. GOOD German girls waiting for situations. Intel ligence office, corner Sixth and Minnesota streets, Mrs Schnell. TITAN-TED— A position to wait on an Invalid, can V V do plain sewing. Address HD J, Globe. PLACES wsntid for some very good German girls. Achilles' Employment office, 195 East Seventh. SITUATIOX by a. dressmaker in a dressmaking establishment, or will sew in families. Address Dressmaker, 392 Robert street. RESSMAKING by the day wanted. Call at 25 East Ninth street. A RESPECTABLE young lady desires a situation in a confectionery store; has had two years' ex perience. Can be seen at 571 Westminster street. ANTED by a young lady a place to work morn lng and night for her board. Address B C, Globe office. TO EXCHANGE. WAXT to Trade — A work team, harness and wagon for a vacant loi or for wild land. J D Xag'e, 264 Duke street. 6 CHOICE farm land within 75 miles from St. Paul, for exchange for drug store, city or country. Lobelia, box_22o7,_St Paul. 176-77 WAXTED — To exchange a piano (upright) for horse and buggy or wagon. Address MO, Globe office. 175-77 WAXTED— To trade a fine upright piano for lum ber. Address MO, Globe office. HS-41 TT* XCHANGE — Stamps itnd coins for others not In XJ my collection. F fctahl, llEiifct Seventh street. 4 AXTED TCTEXCHAXGE— 2 lots. Lyman ~Day^ ton's addition, Shipman's subdivision, for horse and bugsy; will give part cash. Address J D K,jnis office. INSTRUCTION . T)UPILS wanted by experienced lady teacher of X music, piano, dramatic elocution or voice cul ture. - lor. singing at home. in. church, concert or opera; best reference; terms moderate. 254 West Fifth street. S I NSTRUCTION on the violoncello, special attention A paid to beginners. Address AX, this office. THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MOBNTSTG, JUNE 1**0? isSZ. FOR RENT. Stores, .Etc, OTORE, 2*4 East Seventh street, corner Wacouta, I■>1 ■> for rent. Inquire at 418 Wacouta street. 6 T> HOTOGBAPH gallery for rent. J P Allen, drug- X gist. 6 STORE to rent, X^sßl Broadway. J M Coney, In quire In the rear. < A corner store, good part of town, sultaole for any business, no opposition, low rent. Address Store, Globe office. 5 STORE to rent, 244 Fast Seventh street, corner Wacouta. Apply 418 Wacuuta sirci-t. 4 ANKW ■ton for rent, with good cellar and four living rooms. A good location for auy business, 494 Rice street. 8 A GOOD corner store In a very fine location Is for j\ rent. Good chance to start In grocery, feed, etc. Address MU, Globe office. STOKi: 542 Laurel avenue. Good business stand. Apply next door. TO RENT— A store In a good neighborhood. It Is a fulr opportunity to start In any business. In quire W P, uiobe oiUoe. FOR KENT — Store on St. Peter and Martin streets; three rooms aliovo and cellar below; One loca tion. Mi'dung, MtMurrau * Curry. 103* FOR RENT— Store o» East Seventh street; six rooms above, cellar Oelow. Mc.i.'lun.-. McMur run & Curry, I. u ■nmn- American bank building. 162* npwo stores corner University and Virginia aye- X nues; good location for boots and ilioes, milli nery, dry goods or hardware business, luquiro Gray & Xlorlarty, room No 1 Union block, corner Fourth an^ CeJar. 154* FOR REXT- New brick store, (Klefer's row), cor nrr East Seventh and Miunchaba streets; good location for clothing and gents' furnishing, house hold goods or second-band store; cheap rent. In quire of A. R. Klefcr, ltfO East Seventh street. 95-98* BUILDING 20 by 40, suitable for storeroom or manufacturing purposes, Wlllius street, near Fifth. C U Schnittger. 275 East Seventh. 105* Houses. HOUSE 156 Ellen street, near Rice; ten rooms. Apply to A Pierce, 491 Rice street. 6 TXN-KOOM house and bam; house nicely fur nished, including piano; conveniences first-class; location, FranUlin street, near Fifth; $00; unfur nl.hed, $45. House-Renting Agency, room 27, Ger man-American bank. 177-8 OEVEN-UOOM house on Fifth street ; Phalcn'wa -0 ter; convenient to business center; rent $26. House-Renting Agency, room 27, German-American bank. 177-8 •"PWELVE-ROOM house, city water, baths, good 1 -L conveniences, large, pleasant yard lacing Park place; excellent neighborhood; *40. House-Renting Agency, room 27, German- American bank. 177-8 "jV'EW brick house, nine rooms; all modern im 1* provements, very complete; f»ont and back yarLls; facing Irvine park; rental, |50. House- Renting Agency, room 27, German- American bank. 177-78 HOUSE for rent. Seventh near Maria avenue, nine rooms, $25 per month; nice location. J P Allen, druggist. 6 THE brick residence. 19 and 21 East Ninth street, of Judge Palmer. Inquire of H H Herbst, Gil fillan block. 5 '"PHEEE-ROOM cottage for rent. Apply at Xo. 165 X Mcßoal street. 5 FOR RENT— A two-story 9-room brick house, on Rondojstreet, between Lewi9 and Farrlngton ave nues. 5 HOUSE 542 Cooper Btreet, all modern improve . ments, 272 Jackson. Win Constans^ 5 HOUSE of five rooms for rent. Apply at 174 Fill more avenue. ■ 5 rpOKENT— Brick house. No. 89 Summit avenue; X -with good carpet and other furniture if desired; nine rooms, pantry, closets, water, gas, etc, H ii all. 800 Dayton avenue. 175-77 HOUSE on St. Anthony hill for $15 per month. In quire of Horton Portrait Co., 440 Wabasha Btreet. 4 SIX-ROOM house furnished complete for house keeping; very cheap to responsible party with out children ; 89 Iglehart street. 4 FOR RENT or sale on easy terms, my residence, Xo. 542 Ashland avenue. H H Herbst, room 34 Gllflllan block. 4 HOUSE furnished, beautifully located on Summit avenue; eleven rooms; uso of horse, carriage and fresh milk cow. AB, this office. 4 TVTINE-ROOM brick hbuee; all modern convent- 1 1 ences, with barn and carriage house, ten min utes' walk from wholesale district; will be leased to responsible tenant for one year or longer; rent $48. Scovlile & Bateham, room 27 German-American Bank building. 175-81 NICELY furnished house of ten rooms to rent. Inquire 349 Franklin street. 3 OUSE at Mcrriam Park for rent. Chas N. Bell, Gilflllan block. S SIX-ROOM tenement for rent, 44 Sherman Btreet. W n & E P Sanborn, room 66, National Ger man-American Bank building. 3 AXEW desirable residence with eight rooms and summer kitchen for rent at 238 Thirteenth street. 3 ]V|"EW two-room cottage, White Bear," near lake X* and depots, for the season; board next door. Ad dress T, Globe office. 3 T^URXISHED house of seven rooms for rent to re- J? sponsible party for three or four months. In quire 426 Rice street. . 3 A nice large house with twelve rooms and lovely grounds, best of location, next to Christ church. Inquire at 849 Franklin street. 1 STX-ROOM house furnished complete for house keeping to rent to a party without children. 89 Iglehart street. 1 TVTEAT new eight-room house centrally located ll and close to street railway for rent at $25 per month. E Berreau, 364 Wabasha street. 1 FOR RENT— Thirteen-room house. No. 520 St Paul street. Inquire John Rogers, Jr, & Bro, 102 Drake block. 1 "C<OR RENT— New eight-room house at Merriam -T Park, good cellar, well and cistern; rent $30. J H Frost, Lovering Park. 172-8 ALL ON THE HOUSE-KEN'TING AGENCY, room 27, German-American Bank building, if you want a house; desirable homes at reduced rent als; new houses with all the latest Improvements; an extensive list; no charge for our assistance in procuring houses. 168-83 HP WO brick houses eight and cine rooms, with X water, gas, etc., for rent; central and desirable; Xo. 87 and 89 Summit avenue. H Hall, 120 East Third street. T7>OR RENT— Xine room bouse on Mackubln street, J? between Dayton and Marshall, city water, bath room, furnace, speaking tubes, etc. J L Mahan, 31 East Th lid street. 115* FOR RENT— Houses from J6 to slO and?2o. James Dillon, 254 Commercial street. 2u2* FOR RENT— From May 1, store and dwelling, cor ncr Rice and Summit avenue; fine location for most any business. Inquire of A. li. Klefer, '190 East Seventh street. 95-98* Booms. ROOMS — On first floor, over a store, to rent; suit able for office or any business. Inquire at Na than Lyons & Co, 11 East Third. 6 EIGHT rooms for rent; suitaMe for offices or single rooms. 151 East Seventh street, between Robert and Jackson; best location in city. 6 YOU ought to call and see those beautiful, large, cool rooms at Hotel Grand. Only $5 to $7 per w eek. 6 rpo REXT— 37 East Xlnth street, furnished rooms JL on first and second floors and boarding. 6 T ARGE front room, with closest, furnished or un ±-i furnished; references exchanged; home com forts; on Thirteenth street Address S, Globe. 6 FOUR rooms, Phalen water. 486 East Sixth street. 6 TAKEN UP — A cow, about 10 years old; color, red, with white spots. Call at 1527 Margaret street, near Plow works. B Johnson. 177-80 NICELY furnished room; also one unfurnished. Inquire of Lace and Crape vrorks,sl9 Wabasha. 6 ROOMS aud offices for rent over Allen's drug store. 6 A choice front room, nicely furnished, in new brick house, modern Improvements, also one side room, very desirable location and near to busi ness center. 420 East Tenth street. 5 "JVTICELY furnished rooms suitable for man and 1 1 wife or two gentlemen, with use of bath. 484 Cedar street, opposite capltol. 5 NO. 9 AVest Nlntn, one large front room, bay wln dow, down stairs; large front room, second floor, bath, etc. . 5 "DLEASAXT unfurnished rooms In Wharron's JL block. West Third street, one square from Met ropolitan hotel. House Renting Agency, room 27, German-American bank. 176-S2 TVTICELY fnrnlshed rooms in Steele block, 424 Wa ll basha, corner Seventh: also, furnished rooms in Central block, 16>i West Third. 5 A GOOD furnished room for rent, at $8 per month, at 2.VJ AVest Fifth street. 5 FURNISHED or unfurnished front rooms, single or en suite. Private family, terms moderate, 223 Grove street. 5 FCKNISIIED rooms to rent, 460 Wabasha street. Wider block. 5 PARLOR lioor en suites or sing le, and boarding Xo. 37 EttHt Ninth street. 4 AT 347 Wacouta street, neatly furnished front room to rent cheap. Apply after 6p. m. 4 TVncELY furnished rooms to rent; all modern con- 1 1 vonitnees, at 217 Pearl Btreet. 4 NICELY furnished alcove front room, and smaller front room for rent with board at reasonable teruis. 21 East College avenue. 4 FURXISHEI) rooms for rent, also table board at 53.5U per week; 45 East Sixth street 4 ONE large well furnished room for rent at 90 Tllton ton street, with or without board, a 4 TWO completed furnished rooms for housekeep ing for rent. Call at GS7 Mississippi street. 4 FURNISHED room, also unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. Call at 341 Sherman street. M D. Clark. 175-80 FOUTt unfurnished rooms, en suite, with modern improvements, central location and cheap rent. No. 35tf North Fort. • 4 TMRST-CLASS rooms and board at a«2 West Seventh £ street. 4 I FOR RENT. / '»> Rooms Cp»tlmie<|, : . A NICELY furnished front room, first floor. Also, two ruonis on second floor. 227 Spruce street. ' 3 T>LE ASANT front rooms on first floor and car line; X largo shady yard; ten minutes walk from Bridge square. BP, this office. . • / . ■; - • . .3 FURNISHED rooms at 862 Fort street, corner of 7 Fifth street. ■■-.■■ . 3 FINK room furnished on St. Anthony hill; beauti ful location. Apply 456 Ashland avenue. 8 FURNISHED rooms to rout. West St. Panl, fine ' view of city and river. Apply 52 Prospect ter race. ■ - - ' ' . . ■ ■ 3 SUITE handsomely furnished j roums with use of bath; Pleasant avenue; five minutes' walk from postofllce. Address T F Globe. . 8 rpHREE unfurnished rooms for rent for light 1 housekeeping at 449 St Peter street. Rent mod erate. ' ■■■■■• - . .8 THIRST-CLASS room and board at 282 West Seventh -T street. ; ' 1 nPO RENT— A small flat suitable for housekeeping, X Pbalen water, closet, second floor, very cheap to good parties. 437 West Seventh. . 1 NICELY fumlsned rooms suitable for man. and wife or two gentlemen, with use of bath. 434 Cedar street opposite cspttol. ; 1 URNISHED room. Urge closet. 218 Pleasant J? avenue, near Third street. .•-'.. 1 FOUR neat rooms and three closets, down stairs, 435 Warsaw street, good well and cistern, at » reasonable figure. ■■'•--■-: 1 FRONT rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for rent at 569 Canada street. 1 TWO pleasant furnished rooms to rent, $5 and $6. 27 East Ninth street. ....... 1 UITES of new furnished rooms for housekeeping or private, rent low to permanent parties. Inquire corner Third and Exchange streets, up stairs. 1 NICELY furnished room, half block from Rice Park. 125 West Fifth street. 1 rpo RENT— A nicely furnished front room to one Xor two gentlemen, at 49 West Fifth. ' " ' '/T* 1 URNISHED or unfurnished rooms, single or en I suite, private family, terms moderate. 223 Grove street, between Canada and Broadway. ' 1 TWO furnished front rooms, $9 per month. 14 JL Burton place, corner of Broadway and Mt Airy. 1 FOli RENT— Front furnished parlor on first floor: J? terms reasonable. 228 West Sixth.' , '. i T?OR RENT — A pleasant, furnished room, . suitable 1 for two gentlemen, with board, also use of bath. 332 West Seventh street. ........ 1 VERY desirable rooms on first floor, with first class board, at 20 College avenue west. - :: IV FRONT room suitable for two ladies or gentleman and wife, with board; private family. Terms moderate. 460 Selby avenue. ' ; '" ci : 1 Ij'Oß RENT— Nicely furnished alcove room, St £ Anthony hill, one block from Summit park. Address S, Globe office. . 1 LARGE furnished room facing Rice park. . 346 Market street. 171* : Miscellaneous. ECOND floor of 190 and 192 East Third street; first-class location for jobbing business. Inquire Arthur, Warren & Abbott. 6 A WORKSHOP 22x30 to rent at 649 Mississippi street, second floor. Inquire Anken & Acklin. 4 GOOD barn for rent. Inquire at 400 West Seventh street. ■ ■• • ' ' ' 3 ESTAURANT for rent. Inquire 315 " Robert XV street. . ;■■> FOR RENT— floor, 50x95 feet, large and light, with use of elevator. Grlggs & Co., 190 and 192. East Fifth. 162-75 I ANTED TO RENT. "~ ROOM and board in private family, lower town, cast of Broadway; references exchanged. Ad dress G C, Globe. 6 WANTED— A pleasant furnished room In private family on St Anthony hill by a young man with good references. Address B, Globe. ??"•;■•> . • BY young married couple rooms with board In pri vate family, references exchanged, please state terms. HF F, Globe office. . • 3 BY two American gentlemen, • room and board In private family, prefer not to exceed $4 or $5 per week. H and R, Globe office. . 5 furnished hotel ifi a thriving town within 150 miles of St Paul. Address ÜB, 210 West Fifth street, St Paul. ..... .■ . 5 WANTED to Rent — small . furnished room. Apply at 312 Walnut street, 5 WANTED — room for two young men, mode rate price, vicinity of Seventh and Minnesota streets. ■ ■ i%'r-'4 PERMANENT tenant wants five-room house July i 1, not over twenty minutes' walk from Globe of fice; moderate rent. Address F H Cole, Globe. 1 WANTED — Room and board by single gentleman cast of Dakota avenue, West side. Address R R, this office. '.. .3883S - - : 1 WANTED — Board and room, not to exceed $5 per week. Address HS W, this office. 1 ~X7OST~AND FOUND. LOST— In front of No 90 Tllton a package of ac counts; finder will please return to this office and receive reward- ■• " 5 TAKEN UP— A fine bird dog, English setter, young and of brown color. Call at 48 Fairfleld avenue. • . - — *x.-.,.-. ._. 4 TAKEN UP— A white cow with a brindle neck, X about 5 years old. Call at 123 Falrfleld avenue. 3 LOST — Pair gold eye-glasses with small gold chain attached. Finder return to Cook's Omnibus office and receive reward. ' 3 TJ'OUND— Ivory handle for cane, etc,, on Locust Jl street. Apply to G A Miller, city postofflce. i "COUND— Cow, brlndle neck. Call at 123 Fairfield X avenue, West St Paul. 1 LOST — large sorrel horse, weight about 1,400 JLi pounds, blind in left eye, bad on an old halter when lost; also one small black horse, -weight about 900 pounds. A reward of $25 will be paid for their return to G F Gregg, No. 449 Goodhue street, St Paul, Minn. •'";. ' 172-8 LOST— By old smokers, a taste for the ordinary cigars. The purest, sweetest and best short smoke In the world 13 found in "Duke Clgarettos." They are pure, mild and sweet, yielding only the dainty delicacy which has made pure choice tobacco a world's favorite. Sold by Mitchell * Splnk. 147* TT'OUND — Twenty dollars in gold, lying near an X- empty package of Duke Cigarettes, which are golden In quality, delicacy, flavor, purity, etc. Sold by Aug. Beck & Co., Fifth & Robert. • 147* . "C 1 — The dealer who does not procure "Duke X. Cigarettes" for his patrons is open to tbe sus picion of not studying their Interest. - The cost of manufacture of the Duke Is as great as tbat of any other. They are band-made, by skilled workmen, from tbe choicest and highest cost tobacco in Amer ica, and French rice paper treated to . remove every impurity. They are absolutely the purest, sweetest and best cigarette that can be produced and sold at fair prices, which afford all a fair but : not exorbi tant profit. SoldbyW.S. Dennis, Gllfillan block. 147* FINANCIAL. ~ '; WANT to Buy— Some building society stock six months or older. Address PQ, Globe. 6 <£ F\(\C\ C\C\C\ To LOAN on city property. . EJ, <%>*J\J\JtU\J\J Hodgson, German- American bank building, St. Paul. 6 <*>£. f\r\(\ 1 per cent, first-class mortage for sale. tpU)\J\J\J Robert P Lewis, Sherman block. 8 MONEY to Loan. Scovllle 4 Bateham, room 27, German- American bank building. - . 163-193 MONEY loaned on furniture and all personal prop erty of value without removal, publicity or de- ■ lay, In sums and time to suit. H Rothschild, broker, 104 East Third street. 153-183 $DO YOU want some money? Will lend $10 and •iP upward on your furniture, pianos, organs, horses, carriages, wagons and anything else of value; no publicity; all business strictly confidential. R Dem ing & Co, 362 Jackson street. ■ - 160-90 6 PER cent, money to loan n sums of . $5,000 and upwards on first-class improved city property. Graves & Vinton.3ol Drake block . 149 209 (\CI f\(\f\ l HAVE $100,000 placed with me iJpIUU^UuU by Eastern parties which I can loan on Improved St Paul real estate In sums of any amount from $1,000 up to $25,000, on very favorable terms. S » Stokes, brokerage and insurance, No 137 East Fourth street. ' ' ' ... ... 122* BOARDING OFFERED.., '... \ OAISD and lodgings, with u»e of bath, $4.50 par week. 188 Pleasant avenue :; ■■- .1 ROOM and board for two young men; terms $2y per month each. Call at 4 10 Carroll street. T AMES' HOME, 548 Wabasua, : good and cheap; -Li try It. - 'H ..;■.■. MISCELLANEOUS. . . ; A YOUNG man wants a steady partner as a room mate. Part on room either $5 or $7.50. Address AB, Globe. • ' ■ -.- -■ * ■ • . V--' ... BETHEL MISSION, corner Sixth and Rosabel, preaching at 3:30 p. m. by Chaplain Smith. 1 WHETHER you go away or stay at home this summer tourists' jackets at the Boston, St Paul. ..'•-. -. ■ . ■ -' . FOR SALE— production In May, 1883, 25,000; J- daily production May. 1885, 1,500,000. This gives some idea of the sale and growth in public favor of "Duke Cigarettes;" absolutely' the highest grade money can produce and sold at a fair price, has been the cause of tbis immense sale. Sold by W. S. Dennis, GUfiUan block. ' ' . . ..'...: 147* METROPOLITAN bind and orchestra. - Leave orders at 432 Wabtsha street. ' ■--'-' : 147-207 WANTED— Everyone toc»ll or .telephone to J M Cooley, in rear of 563 Broadway, for all kinds of ' caipenter — tureen doors and windows a specialty. ' - * . .'■■'. - ' 127* STOVES stored away for the season, called for and put up again in the fall. '■ Call or address Joseph Haag, 309 West Seventh street. * .; ; , IQ2* ' ~~- ] WANTED TO BUY. ; , - WANTBiF-A~f bed, must Tbegood quality. Address L, care Globe. ' . •, :; . 5 ANTED— dump can' and 500 feet T rail* : cheap for cash. Turnbull & Blackmail, ; Still water.'-.; ■■ /' •• ' .-.' •.■•■-. -.- ■■■W'. . :. WANT to buy a lot and pay as part payment top buggy, and gold watch.' Address P D Q, this office. . . . ,v. :. . ;.: . ..—t-:;-' -::^-, ■ .-..-. BUSINESS CHANCES. . - -".'.: FOU SALE— good salo m; good reasons for sell ing, party about to leave the city. 810 East Seventh street. Call this week. 177-88 GOOD paying restaurant, liT flourishing town in ' Ceutral Mlnue»ot», 7,000 Inhabitants, for sale; will sell fixtures; rent low. Addrcsi B B B, Globe office. - . ■ ;•■ 6 FOR SALE— Confectionery, bakery and restau ' rant, good butlneui, good location, 4,000 popula tion, will sell building or rent. J C Caalicn, • Mason City, la, : 6 GOOD violinist with capital of $275, partnership, legitimate business traveling, single man pre ferred. Address (J La Dee, Kulda, Minn. ■» WANTED— Partner in the saloon business with ♦V- «150 cash, good chance for the right man to make money. Address J 11, Globe. .5 MEAT market, the best location in St Paul, cheap rent, a rare chance, munt'be sold ac once. Ad dress A, this ofllce, \_ - -f! 5 PARTNER wanted, either lady or gent, In a well X established business; one hundred dollars re quired. For particulars, address Partner, Globe of fice. - ■•■■•' 5 IADY partner wanted In a light and profitable i business; % 125 required for full particulars. Ad dross G I) F. care Globe. ■ ♦ WANTED— A partner with »100 In a well estab lUhed business In St. Paul. Address Impor tune, PO. ;? 8 A GOOD saloon, best location In tbe city, for sale cheap. Inquire 471 Jackson street. 8 "ITT Mill— »2,000 bonus and site, with VV plenty of good water, offered to a good party who will put In a fifty-barrel roller mill In a live town in tbe great wheat belt of the Jim River Valley, Dak. Write for information to editor Free Press. Frederick, Dak. . 173-77 PARTNER wanted to advertise and manage new -L office business; very profitable; little money re quired. Address Eureka, Globe. — ' , 1 CITY drug store doing a good cash trade; fine change for a German; only cash buyers need ap ply; price 12,000. Address C, Globe office. 1 WANTED— A partner with 1500 In a paying busi ness. Call at 4 West Falrfleld avenue. 1 STOCK of gents' furnishing goods for sale with lease and fixtures of store. Address HG, this office. . 1 FOR — Laundry, in good location, doing a X? cash business. Address CN, this office. 1 "POIJ — Saloon and fixtures, corner Seventh X. and Arcade. Nllson&Co. . 1 TO LEASE — place for beer garden or summer A boarding house, ten minutes drive from center of city. Address PH X, Globe office. 1 WANTED— Partner with $3,500 to take half in terest In a well-establlalied general merchan dise store short distance from St Paul ; must have good experience. For particulars Inquire of Arthur, Warren & Abbott. 3t Paul. 172-85 PARTNER wanted in a saloon doing a good bual ness; West side; $500. Address MC, Globe office. . <]I? 1£? Anri— Will buy first-class mill property «Sj±O,VUU In excellent location, capacity of mill 225 bbls.-in 24 hours; good reason for selling, will sell on very good terms. For particulars ail dress C. O. Lockrem, Xorthfleld. Minn. 164-193 FOR RENT— .Klefer's Terra Cotta works. Here Is the chance to build up tbe best paying manu facturing business in tbe state. Terra cotta is now used la most every building. Architects will tell you so. . Garden and flower vases, sewer and water pipes, fire and glazed brick, eartbern ware of every kind can be made here; material handy; practical workmen on hand. Inquire of A. K. Klefer, 190 East Seventh street. .-■•:. 95-93* REAL. ESTATE TOR SALE. Miscellaneous. TWO handsome new cottages for sale on St An tbony hill, two blocks from street car barns, good foundations, cellars, cisterns and all complete on easy terms, in a locality that cannot be surpassed. Apply to owner on corner Hague avenue and Grotto street. Will take a lot, unencumbered, In part pay ment. • 177-8 T Ot fifty feet front and 119 feet deep, on St An.- XJ tuony bill, near street car barns. Apply at 123 Falrfleld avenue. ' -"• " 6 FOE sale, rent or exchange, good large house and lQt In good town in Southwestern Minnesota; two railroads. Address Francis, Globe. - 6 FOR SALE — seven-room house on St Anthony S. bill, or would exchange for other property. 418 Wabasha street. 6 FOR SALE— choice stock farm of 520 acres, modern improvements, fine spring, plenty of Urn: ber. Apply to Lewis Fulks, Lansing, lowa. 6 HOUSE with twelve rooms and two lots (very fine location) for sole, on corner Exchange and Smith streets. G Lcue. 4 NICE new cottage on St. Anthony hill; must sell immediately; terms easy. Call evenings on the owner, 570 Wabasha. 3 "OVERYBODY In need of a cheap farm should ad- Hi dress Moon & Pusey, Miller, Dak. 2 FOB — Business property, rents for $100 per month, price $8,500. Address D X, Globe office, 1 NINE-ROOM house for sale with lot 50 feet front on Canada street; actual purchasers only need apply. Address CL, this office. ;f ;•. 1 FOR SALE— Only $1,200 for house and - lor in Wlnslow's addition, near river bluff; good loca tion. Inquire 128 West Sixth. : ■-;' ' v 1 ■I C\C\ LOTS for sale at WOO and »450 on monthly J-v/v/ payments In Langevln's addition to West St Paul; the cheapest lots in the city. Apply to E Langevin, West side. . .'■-. 172-78 HOUSE and lot for sale on Indiana avenue, near Robertson, for $1,400. JD, care Globe. GOOD socond-hand Hecla bicycle, 42 Inch, for sale, 433 Dayton avenue. HORSES, CARRIAGES, &C. FOR SALE Cheap — A nearly new coupe. Inquire I. -at Moorehead's livery stable, Fourth and Wash ington. 6 EXTLEMAN'S driving horse for sale, six years VJT old, and sound. Address Arthur Drewry, city. 4 HERS are your bargains; cheap horses bought and sold. ' 1080 Rosa street. G. W. 3 A GOOD saddle and driving pony for sale. Call at corner Forbes and Pleasant avenue. 3 . A STQNISUIXG BARGAlNS— Carriages, top and A open buggies, extension tops aud single phae tons, Jump seats, two-seated Surrey and beach wagons; express, delivery and platform wagons; harness, robes, dusters and whips at cost.' For the next thirty days we offer our entire stock at prices that wIU force you to buy. We mean business and will not be undersold. Call early and secure bar gains. King's carriage repository, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets. St. Paul. 171-82. __ _ _______ 3TOR SALK. A SMALLopropeller steamboat; thirty-four-foot XX keel and eight-foot beam, In complete running order. Apply to >II Bartlett, Hudson, Wls. i 6 FOR SALE — new standard Incubators; good S. batchers and very cheap. Address Louis Dllle, box 102, Alma, WU. ... 6 FOR SALE— A good office standing desk, cheap. 368 Robert street. 6 "PLYMOUTH Rock and White Leghorn chickens. 17 544 De Soto street. . VS:"' « 6 QLOOP sail boat at White Bear. Thomas Brian. 6 MEXICAN saddle and outfit, cost $100, Imported melodlon and zither, books, etc. cheap for cash or exchange. Clt Froggatt, Piugree, Dak. 5 WANTED— Purchaser for a first-class water power on thePonime de Terre river, Vri mile from Applnton. Addros AW L, Applcton, Minn. 5 FOR SALE A few Irish setter pups, cheap. In quire of A N Franklin, Western Union Telegraph Co., St Paul. •' 4 A Q INCH Columbia bicycle, for sale, cheap. Ad *±O dress M, care Globe. .' ■ ■ 4 ANEW baby carriage for sale, cheap. Stall A . market bouse. . ■ 3 I HAVE 100,000 bricK tor sale very cheap. Apply to E Langevin, West side. 172-7S FOR SALE — Pursuant to a resolution of its Board of Directors and at the request of its Stockhold ers. The Minnesota Transfer Packing Company ad vertises until June 26, 1885, for sale, Its entire prop- ' erty and assets (exclusive of possible stock assets, said property and assets consisting generally of the following: Rendering and glue works, with grounds appurtenant, in Minneapolis, near the C. M. & Si. P. Short Line crossing over tu,e Mississippi river. Slaughter house and grounds appurtenant, joining Northwestern . stock yards in St. Paul, Slaughter bouse and refrigerator, with grounds, at Minnesota Transfer station. Si. Paul. Also, plant, necessary equipment of teams and other appliances for carrying on business. " Also, large stock of articles and prop erty In trade, denominated as j merchandise. Full information as to said property and assets, will be furnished, and given at the general office of the pom pany at said Minnesota Transfer station. Terms of sale, all cash. Dated MayS, 1885. D. M. Robbins, President of Mlnnesota*Transfer Packing Company. . 167-77 T7OR SALE by every dealer who Is on the alert to J. get the choicest for his patrons. "Duke Cigar ettes" are the very best that can be produced at any price. • Sold by Aug. Beck & Co., Robert and Fifth streets. -■■■■-■■ - '147* rpENTS, awnings, wngoncovers, for sale cheap at 1 J M Rossell & Co., 190 East, Fifth street. ' ' 137-50* "ITT ANTED — for a No. 1 farm, half mile VV from flourishing village, five churches, six schools, society first-class. Box 6, St. Paul, (Capi tol.) " ' : ". t . 189* ~~ BOARDING WANTED. BOARD wanted in private family; central location. Address News, YMC A. ' , ' 3 FEW boarders wanted for the summer at Bald Eagle lake. Address Mrs C Mllner at White Bear L»ke PP. ' • GOOD board and room, (permanent], for gentle man and wife, July 1. Terms must be reasona ble.' Give location. Address JH. this office. BOARD and room by gentleman, will pay $20 per month, private family, upper town preferred. Address BJ, care Globe. . PERSON • WANTED— All smokers who love the natural I properties, delicacy, flavor and fragrance of pure high grade tobacco, to try "Duke Cigarettes.". Only pure and . choicest yield, the delight which makes them a universal favorite. . Sold by Mltchcl & Splnk, 130 East Fifth. HT AUCTION SALES. P. T. KHvnnnxh. LBGANT RESIDENCE PROPERTY AT AUC -M tion— The well-known residence and grounds of A. H. Nininger, £sq.; to be disposed of under the hammer. I I will sell at auction on . Wednes day, July 1, at 4 o'clock | p. m,, on the premises on Summit avenue near the corner of Walnut street, tbeelwgant grounds and residence of A. B. Nin inger, K»ij. The ground* are 120 feet front on the avenue, by 284 feet deep. The residence was, in its time, one of the finest In the city, and is to-day one of the most comfortable, the interior arrange ment being with a view- to convenience. The lo cation of this property is one of the most striking in this section of the state, the view beiag unsur passed anywhere, the eye taking in at one swuep the most beautiful portion of * the upper Missis sippi valley for a distance of . over twenty miles, embracing a view of all that portion of tit* city lying south and east of Summit avenue, while the peculiar lay and large sue of ' the grounds pre clude the possibility of the view ever being ob structed. Over fifty full-grown trees, oak, maple, poplar, etc., form a delightful shade and inako tho grounds "" a " spot '""of continual re freshing ' coolness and a , desirable - ■ retreat from the heat and turmoil of city life. - No other property possesses this advantage to . the same extent, and it would require years of careful training and watchfulness .to replace them. The present improvements stand 125 feet from the sidewalk, thus giving more level ground for lawn purposes in front of the house than is possessed by any other lot on . the avenue in I its entirety. The grounds are well kept, and are suitable for any oue of our most affluent citizens, and large enough to erect a mansion of any pretensions as to size or architectural design without destroying the effect or fitness of grounds to improvements. This property is unquestionably the finest and mo.-', desirable residence site .iv St. Paul, and should command the attention of men of means throughout the city. The neighborhood is unex ceptional; the value of property being such as to preclude thu possibility of anything but tbe finest improvements being made, and make it the home of people of taste and culture, who have the means to gratify their love of the beautiful to its fullest extent. Terms made known hereafter. P. T. Kavanagh. auctioneer. -.■> ■ . _ 174-81 THIRTY VALUABLE BUSINESS AND RESl dence lots at auction — I will sell at auc tion on the ' premises, on Saturday, June 27, at 3 o'clock p. m., lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29, in block 2, and lots 8 to 23 inclu sive, in block 1 of Stinson's division. - These lots front on University avenue, Ellen, Charles, Dale and Kent streets, and are all conveniently located, none of them being to exceed two blocks from the street railway. The lots on the corner of Univer sity avenue and Dale street would make an excel lent location for a club house and restaurant, be ing at the eastern terminus of the University Avenue racing track, while grounds on the other streets are especially desirable for residence property for people in moderate circumstances. All the streets are graded and the ground itself is as level as the floor. For the laborer and mechanic its proximity to the pro jected Northern Pacific railroad shops, the St. Paul foundry and other manufacturing interests makes it a convenient point to live. Watch this sale and get a home or a place of business before property gets out of your reach, as everything in dicates the enhancement of this section to three times its value before long. A rapid growth, a prosperous and desirable neighborhood, with churches and schools in their midst, and the di rect avenue of communication between the dual cities. Terms made known hereafter. P. T. Kav anagh, auctioneer. . ■ t 174-78 T^LEGANT SUMMER RESIDENCE PROPERTY -Ei at auction— l. will sell at auction on the prem ises at White Bear lake on Thursday, July 2, at 2 o'clock p. m., the well-known piece of ground known as the "Tarbox property." This beautiful piece of ground fronts 190% feet on the lake bou levard and has a total depth of 275 feet. The ground is triangular in form. The improvements consist of one good barn, windmill (with elevated tank) drawing water from the lake; on the lake shore there is a good ' pier, summer house and bathing house; from this point is obtained the finest view of the lake. It is really the most de sirable property in this delightful summer resort. In the morning, commencing at 11 o'clock and previous to the sale of the property, I will sell a large lot of fine household goods, consisting of tine parlor, bed-room, dining-room and kitchen furniture, carpets, crockery, glassware, etc., etc. The attention of Minneapolis, Stillwater and St. Paul people is respectfully called to this sale. P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer. 177-83 . "POSTPONED SALE— GOOD HOUSE AND LOT X at auction— will sell at auction on Monday, June 29, at 5 o'clock p. m., on the premises on Brewster avenue, between Arch and Winter streets, lot 9 of block 6 of Fletcher's subdivision of Brewster's addition; size of lot 46x160; together with a good story-and-a-half 6-room house, wood shed, well of fine water, etc.; this property lies two blocks east of Rice street, and within one block of the shops of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway company; this is an excellent opportunity for mechanics and laboring men, and should not be neglected. P. T. Kavanagh, auc tioneer^ - . " • 176-60 UEVEN DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOTS ON THE ™ West side at auction will sell at auction on the premises on Friday, June 26, at 5 p. m., seven very fine lots on Ohio street, each being 50x100 feet. The property on this street has taken a more rapid advance than any other section of the city, simply on account of its desirability, and not through the influence of any speculative boom. The rapid growth of this section is the best evi dence of its value. The terms will be made easy; one-third cash, balance in one and two years at 8 per cent, interest. P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer. ■ 174-77 .-■•■■■'-■?; HOUSE AND TWO LOTS, ON . THE WEST side, at auction. I will sell at auction on Friday, June 26, at 2 o'clock, p. m., sharp, on the premises, No. 224 Central avenue, one-story-and a-half five-room dwelling, together with two lots, 47x133 feet, together with outbuildings, good well, 100 feet deep, arbor, etc. Terms very reasonable. This property lies on the - second bench, is in a desirable neighborhood and will make a desirable home for a man of moderate means. PT. •Kav anagh, auctioneer. . ■ .>'• , ■ 174-77 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION— I XI will sell at auction at 377 Washington street, opposite the city hall, on Tuesday, June 30, com mencing at 10 o'clock a. m., a large lot of house hold furniture, consisting of parlor lounges, chairs, heating stoves, wardrobes.bed-room suites, extension table, one Jewett & Root cook stove, chairs.tables, bedding, crockery, glassware, silver plated ware, etc., etc. P. T. Kavanagh, auc tioneer. ;j, '; \'r\ 177-81 AIRYMEN, ATTENTION— WILL SELL AT auction, at 981 Margaret street, between Forest and Cypress (entrance on Beech street), on Tuesday, June 30, at 2:30 p. m., 9 good milch cows, 7 milk cans, 1 milk wagon, 1 refrigerator, 1 straw-cutter, etc. The stock in question is all good and should command the attention of milk men and dairymen in general. P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer. 177-81 RAME HOUSE AND FURNITURE AT AUC- S. tion— will sell at auction at the residence, No. 306 University avenue, on Monday, June 29, at 10 a. m., a one-and-one-half-story frame house, together with all the furniture, consisting of bed room, dining-room and kitchen furniture, stoves, etc., etc. P. T. Kavanagh, auctioneer. 177-30 A. 11. Nicolay. A UCTION SALE of cheap lots on Dayton's bluff. Ix A H Nicolay will sell at auction Saturday after noon, June 27, 1585. at 4 o'clock, on the ground, thirty cheap residence lots on Minneliaha and Beach streets, in the vicinity of the St Paul harvester works, St Paul plow works, St Paul & Duluth, St Paul & Omaha and the new Minnesota. St Crolx & Wisconsin Central railroads. Now Is the time to buy. When the Seventh street fill Is completed street cars will run within a short distance of this property, then these lots will sell for t lu-eejor four times more than at the present sale. Free 'busses will leave my office. 116 East Fourth street, at 3:30 o'clock sharp on the day of sale. Terms very easy, and monthly payments. ' For maps, handbills and full particulars apply to A H Nicolay, auctioneer and real estate agent, 116 East Fourth street, opposite new National German- American bank building. Heal estate auction sale No 12.693. 172-78 OOD EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE ON DAYTON bluff, at auction— A. 11. Nicolay will sell at auction, Wednesday afternoon, July 1, 1885, ,■ at 5 o'clock sharp, on the promises. No. 661 East Third street, between Hoffman and Maria avenues, the valuable lot No. 6, block 32, Lyman Dayton's ad dition, 40x108 feet with desirable eight-room house on the same; rents for $30 a month. Terms of sale very easy.' A H Nicolay, auctioneer and real es tate agent, 116 East Fourth street. Real estate j auction sale No. 12,694. -' T 17U-73 , Joseph Rothschild. .... /^ROCKERY WARE AND FIXTURES AT AUC \J tion— Great rush at No. 8 West Seventh street auction. Don't fail to come if you want to securo bargains. Sales to-day at 10 a. m., 2 and 7.30 p. m. Groeerymen take notice, 1 100-gnllon oil tank will be offered to-day^ Joseph Rothschild, com- | mission auctioneer. * ' 177 FOR SALE. HUNTER'S Great Medical Hot Springs ! . Is on the main lino of the N. P. 8., Spring dale station, twenty miles east of Livingston, the gateway to the great , National Park and the great Health Resort of the Northwest. This valuable property is now for sale -with 160 acres of good land, government title, to gether with a hotel, 25 rooms, pantry, kitchen and well furnished, three bath houses, all in good order. I will giv^ easy terms on sale. I will give immediate possession. Correspond ence invited. A:J.HUNTEB, M.D., Hunter's Hot Springs, Montana, . ,' r .v QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY i 3 — ss. District Court, Second Judicial District. Charles C. Mackubiri, plaintiff, vs. John B. Spen cer and Nancy Spencer, his wife, Martin J. Shel don and James Napier, defendants. ; SUMMONS FOR BELIEF. The State of Minnesota to the . above named de fendants: , ; : . -» iv . •»■ You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which has been filed in tbe office of the Clerk of said Court, at hit office in St. Paul, Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber, at hit office, in the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, in the county of Ramsey, within twenty days after, the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and, If you fall to ' answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, tbe plaint iff in this action will apply to the ■ Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. ; Dated June 5, A. i>., 1885. : '.. ; : Ai.KHKU S. Hail, , j . . ; Plaintiff's Attorney, St. Paul, Minn. I ;■•:■ Junel2-Tw-fri ■ '.*.".' MINNEAPOLIS WANTS.,: SITUATIONS OFFERED. : j ANTED— energetic men. Pleasant work and good wage*. 327 lieiiucpin avenue* room 66, fourth floor, .' ' . ■ ■ . ; '. ' 6 POSITION In furniture store by young man with XT . experience, not afraid of work, references. W YE, Globe. Minneapolis. ■ ■ ■ •..•■-.-. t s" :.,; 6 ANTED— Lady agents for St. Paul, best paying ! business out. Geo II Brackney , 428 Hennepln avenue, Minneapolis. , : y ■■.■-;■■■■- WE want good solicitors In each | city, town I and county In the ttato to sell our new book,- The Blue ami cue Gray; big pay, Address Room 65. Ka sota block, Minneapolis. 172-85-weekly2t WANTED— A bright. Intelligent man with »100 or »200 to travel with a Journalist on a lecturing tour. Address B 21, Globe office. : • SITUATIONS WANTED. : ;' BY a young man of twelve years' experience In clothing and gents' furnishing goods. Address X 10. Globe. ' 6 BY a man of several year*' ' experience in business. Best of St Paul, Minneapolis and Winnipeg references. Address JHS, 202 XI collet avenue, Minneapolis. - .6 MAN and wife, country hotel, man as clerk, wife as housekeeper, no children, t experienced, ref erences, moderate wages. Address Clerk, 1313 Washington avenue north, Minneapolis, Minn. ' 6 A POSITION wanted as companion, governess, teacher or nurse; references given. Address B 40 Globe office. 4 SITUATION wanted to drive team, either dray or private, references given. Address J J Roberts, 110 Tblrd street south. 1 WANTED— A position as hotel clerk by a young man of large experience. ' Address C E X, Globe office. ' • •■'■• '->;.. A POSITION wanted In store or office by a young . man of experience WF E SITUATION wanted in meat market by first-class cutter. Address 2510 Twenty-seventh avenue south. LADY wants copying to do, she Is a reliable and legible copyist and will guarantee satisfaction. Address MG P, care Globe. ■ - - MISCELLANEOUS. W~ 'ANTED— A good horse in exchange for house painting. WII Place, room 3, White's block. Central avenue. 6 VERY pleasant front room, ground floor, also back room. Good table board, very reasonable, at 610 Hennepin avenue. >j ;..--•- •-.-••-■•V :■■'•: ■ 6 "CURST-CLASS table, furnished rooms, very rea- X sonable, at 610 Hennepin avenue. 4 WANTED— Owner of house 1328 Fifth street northeast to send address to 1101 Fourth street northeast. . . ■' l WANTED— To buy a good driving horse, by a re : sponsible party and pay In monthly payments. Clem, 420 Xicollet avenue. : LOST. a LOST — A small bay pony, 4 years old, finder will receive liberal reward by returning to 1922 Western avenue. • ... :>..i • 1 FINANCIAL. , LOANS on life Insurance policies. L P Van Nor- XJ man, No. 245, First avenue south, Minneapolis. June 21; lyr ■ • . • > -■- ■ DOCTORS '414 East Seventh street, St. Paul, Minn., and 422 Ist Are. Ninth, Minneapolis, Minn. Regularly Graduated and legally qualified, longer engaged in Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases than any physician in America. 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I£S5. for the construction of a sower on Kice street, from Hondo street to University Avenue, in said city, together with the noc-t,'.-' --sary oatchbaslna and . manholes. according to the plans and specifications on illo iv tho office of said Board. .; -. ... ; - - ; : : ■-■-••: A bond with at least, . two : (2) sureties in a sum of at least twenty # (:20) per cent of tile gross amount bid must accompany each bid. The said Board reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. . ' . . JOHN FARHIKGTON, President. Official: . R.L.Gorman, Clerk Board of Public Works. 16S-IVS \ CONTRACT WORK. Grading and Walling Oakland Street. Office of the Board of Public Works,* ) • City of St. Paul, Minn., June ie, 1885. ) Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of ' the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said city, until 12 m.. on the. 'Z\)t.i day of June, : a. : d. -, 18«5, for • grading and con structing ' tho necessary retaining:, walls ■on Oakland street, as now extended, from Ram sey street to Summit Avenue, in | said j city, according to plans and specifications on file In the office of said Board. : ■■> :• ; . A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a ! sum of at least twenty '20) per . cent, or tho gross amount bid . mvs t accompany each bid. The said Board reservos the right to reject any or all bids. ; v ; > < JOHN FARRINGTON, President, : Official: . ■ ' . - -• :■■ : R. L. Gohman, Clork Board of Public Works. ; ■ :■:,-■ ■■ .■-.vk-ih-^^:^ :-■■;^^\ 7" PROPOSALS. Department of the interior, i ' Office of Indian affairs, V ■ Washington, D. C, June 18th, 1885. ) ' Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for Stock Cattle," and directed to the Commissioner of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received until 12 o'clock, M., July Kith, 1885, for the deliver} at Crow Agency, Montana, of 800 head of Stock Cattle and 40 Balls. The stock cattle must be delivered at the Agencj named and must be one-half heifers and one-hall cows not under two nor over five years old; and American cattle. By the term "American cattle" is . understood, cattle free from any Arkansas, Mexican or Texas blood. Bulls to be delivered, must be graded, and not over two years old. Bt the word "graded" it is understood half-breed from thoroughbred bulls, and all to be delivered within 60 days after the approval of the contract, Bidders must state in their bids the kind of stock cattle they will furnish, whether nativ< Montana, or from other territories and states. " Each bid must give the names of all parties in' terented in or parties to it, and must have a cop} of this advertisement attached. Bidders must designate their place of business and postoffic* address. - Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some United States depository, payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, which check or draft shall be not lest than five per centum on the amount of cattle pro posed to be furnished, and shall be forfeited to the United States in case any bidder receiving 1 an award shall fail to execute promptly a contract, with good and sufficient sureties, according to th« terms of his bid, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. . Bids not accompanied by a cehtutijcl) check or draljt will not be considered. Parties receiving awards will at once enter into contract. In executing contracts, the right will be reserved to INCREASE OR DIMINISH THE QUANTITY RE quired, and the further right to increase or di minish the amount specified in any contract to an extent not exceeding twenty-five per centum. Any or all bids, or any part of any bid, will In rejected if deemed for the best interest of th« government. JNO. D. C. ATKINS. jn23-3weisu Commissioner. . . LEGALS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY " — ss. In' Probate Court, special term, June 18, 1885. In the matter of the estate of Archibald G. Stuart, deceased. Upon reading and filing the petition of John W. McClung and J. Royall McMurran, Betting forth that Archibald G. Stuart, late of the city of Staun ton, in the state of Virginia, died on the loth day of February, a., p. 1885, testate; that said will has been duly admitted to probate in and by said court, and that Charles G. Lawrence has been duly appointed administrator with the will an nexed thereof; that said testator before his de cease was duly bound by a contract in writing to convey to said petitioners certain real estate sit uate in said county of Kamsey, described in said petition, which said testator if living could be compelled to convey to them, and that said testa tor died before making a valid conveyance thereof; and praying that said administrator be by decree of this court authorized and directed to convey the real estate described in said petition to said petitioners, and that a time and place be fixed for the hearing of said petition, and that notice thereof be given agreeably to the statute in such case made and provided, and in accordance with the practice of this court. It is ordered that the said petition and the sub ject matter thereof be heard by and before the judge of this court, at the probate court, in the city of Saint Paul, in said county, on the first day of August, A. D. ISBS, at ten o'clock a. m., and that all persons interested in said estate appear then and there to show cause (if any they have) why a decree should not be made authorizing and di recting the administrator of said estate to make and execute conveyance of said real estate to said petitioners. It is further ordered that notice of the time and place of such hearing be given to all persons inter ested in said estate by the publication of this order for four successive weeks, once in each week, the last of which publications shall be at least four teen days before said hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in said county, and that a copy of this order be served personally on all persons interested in said estate, residing in said county, at least four teen days before said day of hearing, and on all other persons interested, by depositing forthwith a copy of such order in the postoffice at St. Paul, in said county, with postage prepaid, directed to them respectively, at their place of residence, un« less it appears that their residence is unknown. By the Court, v WM. B. MeGRORTY, Judge of Probate. Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. Warner, Stevens & Lawrence, Attorneys fol ' Petitioners. jnl9-sw-fri SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Dis trict Court of the county of Ramsey, state of Min nesota, in which Edward Langevin is plaintiff and Orange E. Hoyt defendant, which execution is di rected and delivered to me for service, I have levied upon the real estate hereinafter described, and will sell the same at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door (being the door on Wabasha street) of the court house situated in the southeast corner of Wabasha and Fifth streets, in the city of Saint Paul, in said county of Ramsey, on Thursday, the 6th day of August, A. D. 1385, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. Said real estate being described as follows: Lot number three (3) and the front one hundred (100) feet of lot number four (4), all in block number seven (7), being fifty (50) feet front on Fillmore street, (formerly 'Fourth street,) and extending therefrom one hundred (100) feet, all in Marshall'! Addition to>-'AV4rt St. Paul, Ramsey county and state of Minnesota. ■ -v ' Dated at St. Paul, this 18th day of June, il tt. 1885. ■ ......... ' FRED RICHTER, Sheriff Ramsey County, Minn. ." Olivier & Farwkll, Plaintiff's Attorney. jul9-6w-fri NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey — ss. In Probate Court, special term, June 18, 1885. • In the matter of the estate of Joseph Freeman} . deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate, of the county of Ramsey, will upon the first Monday of the month of October, A. p. 1885, at tcp o'clock a. m., receive, "hear, examine and adjust, all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that six months from and after the date hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said es tate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its satisfaction shall be forever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. By the Court, [L. S.[ WM. B. MCGRORTT, •..•■■V Judge of Probate. William Freeman. Administrator. Henry- O'Gorhan, Attorney for Administrator. ' jul9-aw-fri NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Minnesota. County of Ramsey — la Probate Court, special term, June 18, 1885* In the matter of the estate of DeAlton J. Pease, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Probate, • of the county of Ramsey, will upon the first Mon day of the month of October, A. D. 1885. at 10 o'clock a. m., receive, hear, examine and adjust, all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that six months from and after the date hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said es tate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its satisfaction shall be forever barred, unless for good causa shown further time be allowed. By the Court, [l. S.] . WM. B. MCGRORTY, Judge of Probate. Hannah Pease, Executrix. jul9-sw-fri • NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey — ss. la Probate Court, special term, June 10, 1885. In tne matter of the estate of Henry Fandel, de ceased. n " • ' • « Notice is hereby Riven that the Judge of Probate of the County of Ramsey will upon the first Mon day of the months of August. September, Oc tober, November and December, 1885, at ten o'clock it. m.. receive, hear, examine and adjust, all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that Fix months from and after the date hereof have been allowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expiration of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its satisfaction shall be forever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. -..'•:.: By the Court,- WM. B. MCGRORTT, [l.s.] ' Judge of Probate. Henry Justus, Administrator. I. V. D. Heard, Att orney for Administrator. junel2-sw-fri :; y«i?.: CONTRACTWORKj. Sewer on Grant Street and Shertournf Avenue." / Office of the Board of Public Works, > City of St. Paul, Minn., June 16, 1885. \ Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their offici in said city until 12 m., on the 29th day O( June, A. D. 1885, for the construction of 1 sewer on Grant street, from Aurora Arenui to Sherburne Avenue, and on Sherburne Ave nue, from Grant street to a point 350 feet east, in said city, together with the necessary catch basins and manholes, according to the plant and specifications on file in the office of said Board. ■ -. . . ' ■ - ■ . ' i A bond with at least two (2) sureties In • sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of th« gross amount bid must accompany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject any. or all bids. • ■ , ■■ JOHN FARRINGTON, President.. Official: - . R. L. Gorman, Cleric Board of Public Works. 168-178 .\ . -' ■■ ' •; .' •"'■-.: ■ .- ■ ' '..'.■■ rv ..;- 'TOR' SALE.; .'; '"•;"; f-llii THE HOTEL DE BATLO, At Red Wing, Minn., a three-story brick building on the corner of Plumb and Fort streets. - Also, a good barn and lot In the rear of building. \ For terms «d --dress Joe jiutlo. Red Wing, Minn. : . ■•-■■■, ; 163-333