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The Peopled paper, The I>ailT Globe, will In
Fertadvertlf emeuts under the beads of Kelp Wanted,
Mtuattous Wanted, Lost and Found, ior Sale, For
Rent, Boarding, not exceeding three lines. * r««, to
rich and poor alike, but only one advertisement on
the same day from one individual. If answers fail
to come the first time, we invite as many repetitions
so are necessary to secure what you advertise for.
ATe wish the advertisers to feel that they are not lin
pos-lngop. us by using our free columns. Ine Ulobb
1 lj-thc People's paper, aud the people are Invited
tonse Its columns freely In supplying their wants.
J*u*iue*» Advertisement*, under these heads.
Will be charged one-half cent a word for each inser
tion The patrons of the Globe outside the city are
requested to use our free advertising columns, as we
aealre all to partake <* j"^** co:> . PA
ST. Paul. Minn.
A SITUATION for a young lady as traveling com-
Action or governess;,« nde™|"^ b bou o 8offlcV4
the common branches. Address AU, G.obe office^
W ANTED—Six active agents on commission or
salary. Room 5. Syndicate Block. 252-!);.
tTAKERTvantcdTt 131 East Seventh street.
A" X Intelligent, energetic man wanted at room 50,
. Court block. Forth street. __2
rpwO teams wanted. Apply to No 810 Payne aye-
X nue. ■ 1
\ TEAM to haul brick for hire. Apply corner
ft. Rice and Phalen avenue. *
f 7OUNG man who lives with his parents can hear
i of chanes to earn a few dollars every waek in a
law office, by addressing in own hand writing, H £.
120 East Third. '--"sli
ANTED—A barber for Thursday and Friday at
577 Robert street; willing to give S5. _*
TAVO men of pood address wanted to canvass
Soapine to families; salary and commission
paid; apply at Abbey & Alexander's livery, Fifth and
Cedar streets. 1
TAYO or three good carpenters wanted. J II
Frost, Merrlam p:-.rk. _j_
GOOD tailor wanted; steady work. Louis Gross,
T Wells, Minn. ___^ _2
■|\/TAN wanted to take care of horses and work
17X around the place. Inquire corner Fourtn and
St. Peter. 4
HREE good tinners or cornice makers wanted at
JL once at Lefebvre & Deslauriers, 182 East Eighth
street. , _£
WANTED— at 100 East Third street.
• V V Pruden Stove company. *
WANTED— salesman, must be experienced
and veil recommended. Apply to Harvey,
Etorck & Co.. 63 East Third street.
TSELL BOYS wanted at Windsor hotel. " 3
"|\;T EN wanted by Jefferson & Kasson, 150 West S<l
I>l street. _5
TXT"ANTED a good baker to take charge of a good
♦ V bakery business. Address Immediately, CLa
D '■. St. Sanies, Minn., P O box 15S. 3
\\T ANTED—Smart youth; must write a good
VV hand and have best references. Apply Nicoll,
the T .... r, •■? EastTbirdstreet, St. Paul.
A GENTS fur easy selling article, special, fair
i'l grounds, wanted. Call at once 205 West Fair
field avenue. West St. Paul. 3
A FEW food tinners and plumbers wanted at
Prcndcrgast Bros.', 62 East Third street. Good
mechanics only need apply. 3
\7"OUNG man with small capital wanted; sure in-
X vestment and money to be made. Addreess O
E, this office. 3
BOY 12 to 15 years of age, at Culverwall's, 404
AVabasha; must come well recommended. 231
WANTED —Two good coatmakera, one pants
maker and one bushelman; also vestmaker.
Apply at Ecld's, 200 East Seventh street. 3
WANTED— helper In a tin shop, with some ex
perience. 667 Mississippi street. 3
/CANVASSERS for easy selling books; large corn
v_v mission or salary. Call at 826 AVabasha street,
room 25. 3
AN experienced packer wanted at Lanpher, Finch
& Skinner's, 186 East Fourth street. 3
AN active. Intelligent young man about IB who
writes a rapid business hand and lives with his
parents, wanted. Address, by letter, DC, 144 East
Third street. 3
FIRST-CLASS butcher at corner Third and Maria.
JOIN the Union Endowment association and secure
81,000 at marriage; agents wanted in every town
in Minnesota. E. M. French, secretary, 4SO AVaba-
Eha street. St. Paul. 251-5 C
WANTED — one good coat hand and one
good man on pants at A Rosenthal, 165 West
Seventh street, Seven corners; apply all week. 2
WANTED —A Swede bartender at 532 Decatur
street; must be acquainted in St Paul. 2
WANTED— Vrcs3 boy, one that can set type;
good salary and steady employment. Apply
402 East Seventh street. 2
WANTED Young man to deliver groceries and
work in store; 54S Laurel avenue. 2
\ GENTS wanted to sell our goods In country
xx towns and county fairs. .Send stamp for circu
lars, G B Richards & Co, 126 Hennepin avenue Min
neapolis. 1
WANTED— Six first-Class carpenters; call at 0 3
Twelfth street, Monday. 1
WANTED — good picture frame maker, by C
Thomas, 43 West Third street. 1
WANTED— Twenty boys to call ::i the Museum,
opposite Globe office, Monday morning at 9
a. in. 1
WANTED — ladies or men of middle-age,
who want permanent employ, to sell to con
sumers an article used by everybody and of great
merit; good wages sure to those who work. Call at
217 East Seventh street; John Halsley. 249-51
A GOOD gas Utter wanted. Apply Monday morn-
In ■. Robert Beeger. 196 East Seventh street. 1
A BOY who understands upholstering. Apply at
26?, West Third street. 1
ANTED — One first-class plumber; JT Holmes,
V\ 184 East Fourth street. 1
WAI v ■■ Teacher for district school, able to
* » teach both German and English. Address X
Kiefer, 112 East Seventh street. 1
WANTED— Five reliable men to take charge of
solicitors. Inquire at room 4, 63 East Third. 1
TIT ANTED—Boy, from 12 to 16 years of age; a
V V irood chance to learn. Cull at once at Auer
bach, Finch & Van Slyck's carpet store. 1
I^IFTEEN teams wanted on Jessamine street, $375.
■ per day. 2
ANTED—Three traveling salesmen; must be
> V sober. Address II M, this office. 7
WANTED— men to travel as salesmen for
» » a tea and coiico house. Address JW H, this
office. 7
A YOUNG man living near Seven corners wanted
to take care of ahorse. Inquire of V S Rice,
265 West Fifth street, between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.7
ANTED— white waiters during fair, pay
»V $18 for week. Association Dining hall, fair
grounds, at. Sa m, Monday; come ready for work. 7
TEAMS wanted. Jefferson & Kasson, 150 West
Third street. 7
BARBER WANTED—A young man. 349 West
Seventh street. 7
SHOEMAKER wanted by J Shaughnessy, Stillwa
— ter, Minn.
FIRST class tile layer wanted, corner Tenth and
. Canada streets. Eureka Stone Company. 7
TWO carpet-layers wanted at John Mathels', 17
JL East Third. 7
GOOD, smart boy to tend in store. Apply to Port
land Vienna bakery, 457 Broadway. 7
rpwo first-class sign lettcrors wanted. Call at 493
X. East Seventh street. 6
nr^EAM wanted to haul lath. Apply to H Thomp-
JL eon & Co., 72 East Seventh street. 6
TTAISNESS-MAKER Wanted— good harness-
XX maker guaranteed steady work. Edge & Burk
holder, Ardoch, Walsh county, Dak.
BOY wanted to feed press; one- with experience.
346 Sibley street. 6
MAN to work on farm; must understand handling
horses. Apply N3, East Ninth street. 6
SIX first-class coat makers wanted, also pants
and vest makers. Apply at once to M H Will
iamson. 307 Wabasha street. l
W ANTED—Agents In every county in the United
»V States; e?5 per month or commission; send
stump: goods sold by thosample. Paul Tabel Manu
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. 235-264
WANTED— lady for housekeeper, to
v to go to a country village, in a family of three;
widow preferred; must furnish references. Address
N, St. James hotel, stating where interview may he
had. 252
WANTED— lady agents for city. Call at 52
AVcst 4th street between 2 and 5 p.m. 4
"\^7"- A-STED — Sewing girls, who want to learn cat
» * ting and ting, to call at 52 West 4th street
between i and sp. :n., or evenings after 7. Simple
and cheap. 253-54 '
WE have at the Ladies' Northwestern Employ- I
VV ment Agency of 204 Eatt Seventh street, city,
places for' chambermaids, servant girls, girls for '
general housework, etc. 253-254
GOOD girl wanted to take care of children. Call !
I at 2:56 East. Thirteenth street, 4 |
"fTTANTBP—To buy a second-hand wood laths.
VV Must be in good order. Address box 155 De
troit, Becker county, Minn. 4
LADIES living In the country, wishing good re-
X-i spectable employment at their bomes,can obtain
such by addressing 51, Court block. St. Paul. 4
GIIBXi wanted for general housework in sni3ll fam
,l fly. German preferred, at 417 East Tenth street. '
ANTED dressmaker and apprentices at 92 East
» » '.Hi; itreet. 8 j
WANTED— Two lady agents. Call at 52 West j
» » 4th street, between 4 and C p.m. . 3 !
TT7~ANTED— good cook, and to do general house- I
V* work hi a family of two persons, at «15 per
mcntii. Apply at once to box 54, Fort Snelfing. 8;
COOK, and girl to wait on table and do general
house-./.i! ; wanted, at i:;."i West Fourth street. 3 i
Females Continued. '
WANTED— competent German girl for general
housework; references required; 42'J Ashland
avenue. 3
TEN carpet sewers wanted. Apply at Auerbach,
Finch & Van Slyck's Third street store. 3
GIRL wanted for general housework; 402 East
Ninth street. 3
GIRL wanted for general housework at 571 Jack
son street. 8
GIRL wanted for general housework, 82 BluT
street, comer of Rice. 3
WANTED— Dressmakers and apprentices at room
VV 15, l'orepaugh block. Seven corners. 3
/"I IUL wanted at 411 Rondo street, above Western.
CT 3
/competent girl wanted for general housework;
V-/ good references required; good home and wages;
American or German preferred. Call at 510 Port
land avenue, between 10 and 4. 3
■\T7" ANTED— GirI for general housework; 63 West
V V Tenth street. 2
VY~7ANTED^Neat girl for"Tiousework;small family.
V> good home; 107 Martlii street, near St. Peter.2
TTITCHEN girl wanted at 343 East Sixth street.
IV 1
WANTED— cook, wages $1 per week; 443
Jackson street, restaurant. I
AN apprentice wanted i" learn hair business that
lives at home and is well recommended. C 7
West Third street. 1
WANTED— A German girl for second work and
care of children, at once; 865 Dayton ave
nue. ■ 1
YXrANTED—GirI for lien ere 1 housework. Call im-
VV mediately at 119 West Fourth street. 1
TTTANTED— at 632 Holly avenue. 1
WANTED— good lady agents for fifty. Call
at 52 West Fourth street, between 4 and C p 111. »
Monday. 1
GIRL 3 wanted for paste and glue work. Paper
Bos factory, 3C2 Jackson street: first tloor. 1
\VT ANTED—GirI for general housework; 5S'.» St
V V Peter btrcct. 1
WANTED— Girl for general housework in small
family. Call at 50 Water street. West side. 1
ANTED— A young lady to write 2,10) ad
dresses; none but good writers need answer:
state price and address W 22, this office, 1
WANTED — Girl to help In dining-room to pay
board while attending school, at 363 Wacouta
street, city.
GIRL for general housework. Apply at 279 Mack
ubinsticet. 1
WANTED— Girl for general housework and good
cook. Apply at 594 Jackson street. 1
GIRL wanted for general housework; 222 Chest
nut street. 7
AN apprentice wanted to learn dressmaking, 379
West Seventh street. M A Glines. 7
GIRL wanted for general housework at 571 Jack
son street. 7
SITUATION wanted by a German registered pre-
O scrlptlonlst. Best of recommendation. Address
P O box A AY, Stillwater, Mian. 4
A SITUATION wanted by a young man who has
Zx had several years experience in dry goods busi
ness. References given. BE C, 54 "West Fourth
street. 4
A GOOD boy wants a situation to do chores In
XjL payment of board and go to school. Address F
W B, this office. 4
SITUATION wanted by a first-class engineer, one
who understands pipework thoroughly, and can
do all kinds of repairing in his line; best of refer
ences can be given. Address 144 Engineer, Globe
office. . . V 252-58
BOOKKEEPER and clerk wants work; experi
enced in several lines, best of references. Ad
dress Howard, care of Globe office. 3
WANTED — by a young man to run
Einalll cylinder presses; one year's experience.
Address B C, this office.
pi ENTLEMAN of fine business qualities wishes a
vT position in wholesale house; good reference?
given. FH. this office. 3
/"^ILOTH cutter with lons experience desires a situ
v-/ ation in a wholesale house In St. Paul or Minne
apolis; could take charge of factory and cut all the
necessary patterns. Address M A, this office. 3
BY a tuba player, situation wanted! three years'
practice; to follow a traveling bund; best of ref
erences. Address Ed Norellus, Vasa, Minn.
A SITUATION wanted by a packing box-maker:
beat of reference. Address 11 li, P O box 1183.
Rochester, Minn. 3
BY a young man, commercial graduate, situation
wanted as clerk or assistant bookkeeper; refer
ences if required. Address XV Z, this office. 3
SITUATION wanted by ay oung man as driver,
O with seven years experience. Also experienced
In streets. Good recommendation if wanted. Ad
dress N B P, this office. 1
YOUNG man wants a situation in a. private fam
ily to take care of horses and drive; good recom
mendations. Address 315 Can-oil street. 1
ITU ATION—As copyist, bookkeeper or work In
oiHco by a young man who speaks English and
Swedish, best of reference; J W C, this oiSce. 1
A YOUNG Scandinavian, used to oflice work and
clerking, wants a position; permanent place
more of an object than wages; A B, this office. 1
A YOUNG man. speaks German and Scandina
vian, wants situation as clerk or assistant book
keeper in store or office; good penman. Address T.
this office. 1
A COLLECTOR, thoroughly acquainted with city,
wants situation with good house; best of refer
ence. Address Mac, this office. 1
A YOUNG man having had seven years experience
-TX In the Insurance business in the East wishes a
position with some firm or company. Address box
853, Stillwater, Minn. 1
A YOUNG man would like a chance to learn a
trade, carpet layer's preferred. Address MJ.
Globe, 1
HIPPING or receiving clerk, reliable and tho'r-
O oughly posted wants permanent position. Ad
dress G 11, care Globe. 7
SITUATION wanted by a colored coachman to ta!:e
O care of horses; good coachman; best of refer
ences. Call at 384 Dayton avenue. 7
A YOUNG man, 21 years of age, would like a sit
uation as bookkeeper, salesman or clerk; first
class reference. NB 2, this office. 7
SITUATION wanted in private family by a young
man with experience, who is willing to make
•himself generally useful. Address W B, this office. 7
BY a boy 13 years old, situation wanted to work
for board and clothes and go to school. Address
B, this office. 7
SITUATION wanted as clerk in a clothing or
gents' furnishing store. Best of reference. P
O box B M, Stillwater, Minn.
WANTED to change place as coachman in private
family by a Swede. Thoroughly understands
care of horses, cows and all about the house. Good
recommendation. Address II M, 467 East Fifth
street. 7
SITUATION— clothing store to small town by a
good clerk v.-ho is a cartoon artist and draws big
custom; Box 1003, Red Wing, Minn. 7
A SITUATION of any kind In a store or any kind
of business by a young man of 21 years; will let
employer set wages. Address Edw Sherman, St
Paul house. 7
A NYBODY wanting an experienced restaurant
xx man under fair week, please address Theodore,
620 Eighth avenue north, Minneapolis. 7
BY an experienced stenographer, type-writer, call
graph operator. Address JW, this office. 7
YOUNG man wants a situation In a private family
X to take care of horses and drive; good recom
mendations. Address L Hanson, 5& East Fourth
street. 7
AN intelligent man, well known in city, wants po
sition as assistant clerk in store or office; small
salary.. Solicitor, this office. 7
STEADY employment wanted in a furniture or box
factory; a good sawyer and flier. Address WC,
this office. 7
/"GUTTER—Situation wanted by an accomplished
v^ cutter and tailor of experience, with good refer
ences. Address Cutter, P Oiox 151, Lansing, la. 7
BY a competent packing house engineer, situation
wanted; understands all kind of tanking and
steam rendering. Address Packing House Engineer,
this office. " 7
A PLACE In a bakery wanted by a man of experi
ence. FJ. this office. 7
A YOUNG man with eight years' experience in
railroad construction, would like a situation;
good accountant. Address box 1113, Faribault.
Minn. 7
A YOUNG man wants situation in some store or j
J\ as bartender; speaks English. German and Bo
hemian. Address 3J, care this office. c
WATCH-MAKER and engraver wants position;
best of references given. Address Watch-maker,
care Globe. 6
BY young man, situation wanted as hotel clerk or
assistant bookkeeper; rapid penman. PB, thi3
office. 6
AN experienced male sick nurse desires position
in hospital or care of invalid. Address J R
Rogers, general delivery, Minneapolis. ' 6 j
BY a young man, aged lS.sltuation wanted to work |
as salesman or bookkeeper In some store; expe
rienced and best of references. FB. this office. C
BOY, 17 years old. would like a situation in a pri
vate family to take cure of horse and drive. Ad
dress 11 S. this office. 6
INTELLIGENT boy of 12 years. Apply at 19 West
Third street. Auerbach, Finch & Van Slyck. 6
AN experienced drug-gist wishes a position in St
Paul or Minneapolis, understands the running '
of the business and will work for the interest of his i
employer; none but reliable parties need reply to j
this advertisement. Address C E Baliard, Rock
Rapids, la. 5
A PLACE to drive a carriage wanted, five years' j
experience. Address LJ. care Globe. 4 I
SITUATION— By a first-class cook, fifteen years' j
O experience; no objection to leave city; best city I
reference; W E, this office. 2 !
SITUATION —As grain Inspector or to buy on road; '
six years' experience; best 'of reference. Ad- i
dress AH. tUis office.' • 2
Males Continued.
A BRIGHT boy deslros to attend school and se
cure a home as a member with soino pleasant
family ami do errand* for his board and clothej.
Address C A. this office. 2
AGVNTLEMAN of line business qualities wishes
a position lv wholesale house; ben references
given; J 11, this oQlcc. 2
MARRIED man wants situation to alee care of
horses and work around the house; willing to
do every kind of work; T W, St Thomas hotel, Uosa
bel reel, ... , i
AN active. Intelligent vomit; man about 15. who
write* v pood, rapid business hand, and lives
■with his parents. Address, by letter, DC, 144 East
Third street. 2
BY a young man, aga 18, situation wanted; has a
good knowledge of bookkeeping; reference fur
nished; speaks German also. Address O.cnrcGlobe.S
CJITUATION wanted by a young man to drive team
*J and work around the house. Call at American
house, corner AVabasha and Fourth streets. 5
SITUATION wanted by a young man to work In a
wholesale house; good recommendations given.
HG, this office. . .- ; 5
YOUNG man, speaks French, English, German
and Scandinavian, wants situation la grocery;
experienced; Peterseu, 555 Broadway. 5
MEAT cutter w:::its situation In 11 meat market;
_ eight years* experience. E F 13, this office. 5
BOY of IT would like a situation in some whole
sale house or In an office; is willing to work.
Address S F A. this office. 5
SITUATION wanted by a first-class galvanized
O iron cornice maker, understands the business
thoroughly; wants steady work. L O M, thif offlce.s
"C'U.': RENT —Furnished bedroom and sitting-room
A adjoining, SlO per month, nice neighborhood,
lower town. Address ST E, Globe office. 4
LADIKSif you desire good, reliable help, give us
XJ a call at the Ladies' Northwestern Employment
Agency of iOi East Seventh street, city. 233-251
A YOUNG lady wishes a position as a phonos
rapher or copyist. Address JW, this office. 4
BY a young lady, situation wanted as saleslady or
to do office work, in St. Paul or Minneapolis;
speaks Swedish and English. Address Miss A Ol
son, 541 Fifteenth street.or Sixth avenue north, Min
neapolis. 4
~\J,J~ ANTED immediately, two young ladles,sisters,
V * wish situation as housekeepers, ladies' com
panion, take charge of furnished rooms or take care
of eld lady and gentlemen, In St. Paul or Minneapo
lis or in the country: reference exchanged. Apply
or address C M, 420 Wabasha street, room 3, upstairs,
St. Paul. Ulna. ' 251-52
EXPERIENCED school teacher wishes situation
J.J in Dakota or Minnesota; reliable references.
Address Hiss M Richmond, Stillwater, Minn. 2
WELL educated woman would like a situation as
housekeeper. St. Joseph Employment oflice.
corner Nelson and 'Western. 3
WANTED— lady to take a little girl to go
to school, is very intelligent and can do light
work for her board; none but respectable persons
need apply. Call at 311 West Seventh st, room 23. 3
LADY teacher, highly qualified and experienced,
jLJ desires position In district or practical school.
Superior testimonials as to capability and success.
Mrs M L 11, this office, 1
A YOUNG lady wishes a position as cashier, copy
-fi. ist or any office work. Address I), 303 Grove
street. 1
WANTED— Position as housekeeper by an cx
v V perienced lady, Call or address Mrs M Barr,
508 Fifth avenue south, Minneapolis.' ..■ 219-02
YOUNG lady of pleasing address, speaks French,
desires a position in some store or office. Ad
dress B L, this office. 1
"J" ADT desires a position as companion to a lady
■*~-A going south or to Colorado lor the winter, or
will act as governess. Address II 10, this office. 7
A NY one in need of a good washerwoman, apply
-TL 469 Fuller street. 6
A YOUNG lady wishes to enter an office and learn
type-writing with a view of holding the position.
Address A, 303, Grove street, city. 6
WANTED— Copying to do in St. Paul or Minne
apolis, by a younirlady; best references given.
Address X, this office, . • - - 5
T>LACE to do second work wanted. Inquire at 414
-sT Second avenue north, Minneapolis.
ANY kind of light employment wanted for after
noons, by a well-educated young girl. Address
Miss Carrie Jackson, city. 5
W" ANTED— m private families; cutting
and fitting a specialty. Address D 40, this
office. 5
DBESSHAEEK by the S T Taylor's system, would
XJ like work in private families, or an establish
ment. Address AO J, this office. 5
A YOUNG man wanted with *300 to «400 to take
-TV a half interest In a good paying business in
Southern Missouri. For full particulars address 11,
care this office. 4
FOR HALE—Whole business or half Interest In the
Skating Pavilion. Splendid chance to invest.
Only rink In the city, business good. Address Man
ager Pavilion, box 200. Mimkato. Minn. 3
WANTED— A party with £30,000 or more capital
» V to engage In banking business in good town;
no opposition. Address lock box 25, Osakis, Minn. 3
V'T EAT market for sale cheap. Address A 9, this
I'M office. 3
"17 OR SALE— In good location, a druggist's stock
J- and fixtures and good-will. For particulars ad
dress P O Box 707, Fargo. Dak. 2
/"GENTLEMEN with *25 or more can secure the
*-" management of an enterprise that will bear in
vestigation and yield a ready :;nl continuous in
crease. Address S B. Globe, Minneapolis. 1
FOR SALE— very cheap; (he proprietor
wishes to leave town. Call on G A Emery. Tre
mont house, corner Eighth and Roberts street. 1
FOR ALE—A newspaper outfit, good subscrip
tion list and advertising patronage; In a live
town. Address GV X, this office.
iF you wish to engage in any kind of business call
on Bently & Hildebrand, 813}£ Jackson st. 249-02
"PRACTICAL bread and cako baker with «800 cash
X wanted. 11 Monroe, city. " 7
WANTED— A good barber to rent a barber shop,
everything complete, German preferred. Ap
ply at 334 Rice street. 7
SALOON and restaurant and fixtures for sale; only
one in the village; a good location and a lively
town. Henry Knudson, Lakeneld, Minn. C
A PARTY wanted to Join the advertiser to secure
a patent; half interest $200. Williams, this
office. g
LADY wants room-mate, pleasant front room.ccn
tral. small private family; rent moderate. Ad
dress MG, this office. .*..-' c
"ANTED—Man of energy and ability to join ad
vertiser In a small Investment that will yield
liberal and immediate proiits. Address PM, Globe
office Minneapolis. 5
I^IB&T-CLASS furnished-room business for sale of
. 18 rooms, full of good tenants; terms $700 cash,
balance en time. Address KM B, this office. 5
I HAVE a saloon doing a snug business, and the
rent very reasonable, but must sell on account of
poor health. Address John, this office. 5
r PWO unfurnished rooms, wanted; central location;
A. rent not to exceed Slu per month; permanent
tenants. Address NZ Q, this office. 4
HO! of 12 or 15 rooms, with modern improve
ments, centrally located wanted to rent. Ad
dress, W P. care this office. -V! 1 4
SMALL house of five, six or four rooms, suitable
for housekeeping, within 10 minutes walk from
Metropolitan hotel, wanted to rent. Call or address
Iloyt & Son. 119 West Third. * 252*
ROOM wanted, either with or without board,
within three blocks of Irvine park. References
exchanged. Address, stating terms. J 60, care
Globe. 3
AN unfurnished room wanted heated by a furnace.
Address CL. Globe. 3
BY young couple, no children, three rooms wanted
for light housekeeping In lower town; must have
modern conveniences. JC, ISO Third street. 3 •
"C*URNISHED room wanted for light housekeeping;
X can furnish oil stove, state terms and address
No. 333 this office. 3
117"ANTED— or three furnished rooms for
VV iight housekeeping; nearpostofficc; reasonable
rent; two In family. Address Bixby, this office. 2
TWO rooms with board wanted by married couple,
X without children. Please address with terms
C F 11. Globe office. 1
rpiII!EE or four unfurnished rooni3 wanted for
-L housekeeping, or small house, by gentleman
and wife. Address 3H, care Globe. 1
AGENT and wife want one or two rooms In pri
vate family, with board; state price and loca
tion: C 15 i:, this office. 1
Vy J ANTED—Furnished rooms for light house
>V keeping; no family; convenient to Globe office
and low rent. Address A Komer, this office. 1
TWO rooms wanted, furnished or partly furnished,
for light housekeeping, by Sept. 15; state terms.
Address <_' W. this office. * 7
FIVE rooms wanted for housekeeping, half hour
walk from Seventh and Broadway, in good
neighborhood, with hard and soft water, rent cheap.
Address 217 East Seventh street. 5
"V/'OUNG gentleman, stranger, desires room and
X board in strictly private family; references if
desired; please state price. Address J TF, this
oSce. ' 4
WANTED— Board and good unfurnished room
» V for gentleman and wife, about live minutes
from po»toffice. B P, Globe.
BOARD and room wanted by man and wife in up
per town, not to exceed $36 a month. A H
thla office. 7
QHORTH AND taught by a competent teacher, 25
O cents per lesson. Address AZ, this office. 3
LESSONS given on the banjo; leave orders with
"W. J. Dwyer & Bro. A B Scoville. 1
PETERSON'S orchestra furnish music for banquets,
X balls and parties; teacher of string and brass
music; violin special; violins for sale; 515 St. Peter.
Stores. lUtO.
FOR RENT—A good " more, No 75 East Third
street; good location for any kind of business.
Inquire of c A Dibble or Stees Bros. 249-54
I^Oli RENT — on corner of Dale and Ashlnnd
X avenue, with llxturea for butcher shop. JW
Croiuou, I(J7 Ea»t Fourth street. 1
FOR RENT—Three-story hotel, eighteen living
rooms and three stortis. Rent, J.tiaO per year.
T Bonny, 296 I'lctikunt avenue. 1
HOTEL and Store for Rent—Frawley house at
Euu Claire, Wls., just Completed and provided
■with all modern appointments, will be let on very
favorable terms. Also, two first-class stores to rent.
For particulars apply to T F Frawley, Ban Claire,
Wl». 248-01
BUTCHER shop for rent. Wallls, corner Minne
sota. 7
SMALL store to rent, coiner Seventh and Broad
way. Call at 2'.»9 East Seventh street, upstairs. 6
"COR RENT CHEAP—Large first basement store,
X frontage on the river of 100 feet, Rogers' red
brick block, corner St. Peter and Third streets. Call
on C E & A G Otis, 122 East Third street, over Third
National bank. 238*
I^OR RENT— brick store, (Klcfer's row), cor-
J- nor East Seventh and Minnelmha streets; good
location for clothing and gents' furnishing, house
hold good:) or second-hand store: cheap rent. In
quire of A. B. Klefer. 190 East Seventh street. U5-98*
TVTEW house, ten rooms, most conveniently ar-
J-* ranged, large closets, furnace, modern Improve
ments, large yard. Inquire at 538 Marshall avenue.4
ABOUT Oct. 1, a good brick house, nine rooms.,
modern conveniences for rent; 82 Iglchartstreet.
FOR RENT—Nearly new five-room cottage on
- Duke street.between ltannl and Goodhue streets;
$11 per month. J L Maban, 31 East Third street.
_ ■ 232*
OOTTAGE of four or five rooms wanted conven-
V lent to street cars, good water and locality. Ad
dress D J, Globe. 3
FOR BALE—Our .lob printing department; best lo-
X cation in the city; oftice is complete in every
way; two job and one cylinder press with steam fix
tures; have some of the best trade in city; other
business takes all our time is only reason for selling;
terms reasonable. J M Rossell & Co, 190 East Fifth
street. 231-54
FOR RENT— Cheap, seven-room house on Rico
street. Apply to JII Brown, 364 Robert street.3
TEN-ROOM house with modern improvements 'or
rent. Inquire of owner on premises, C4U Day
ton avenue. 3
HOUSE for rent; five rooms, two closets, pantry,
cistern nnd cellar, and a good woodshed; rent
moderate; 597 Park avenue.
AN eight room house on Dayton's bluff to rent;
-TL 694 East Sixth street, between Maria and Bates
NEW house of nine rooms for rent, 135 Iglehart
street, near Bice street; desirable location; best
of water, hard and soft. Inquire next door; D Law
ton. 1
TTOUSE of seven rooms and barn for rent, at 897
-1-1 Convey street. Apply to 878 Convey street. 1
NICE sis-room cottage for rent, line trees and
grounds: «0; 297 Nelson avenue. 1
ANEW house for rent with eleven rooms and
bath-room, Phalcn. spring and cistern water;
226 Fifteenth street. Apply to M Roche, 223 Fif
teenth street. 1
HOUSE — rooms, cellar, barn, -wood shed,
•well and cistern, and five lots; Fifth, corner
Hoffman avenue. Apply within. 1
/"COTTAGE of rive rooms for rent, with woodshed,
v_/ city water, and all modern conveniences, corner
Arundel and Laurel avenue. 1
FURNISHED house to rent from Oct. 1. 256
Pleasant avenue. 1
FOR RENT—A small house on Kent street. No 570
corner of Edmund, near University avenue car
barn. 1
FOR SALE or rent a house on St Anthony hill,
nine rooms: good cellar, bath-room, lake water,
sewer connections. Inquire at 61 Dale street, a 1
A HOUSE of ten rooms, on St. Anthony hill, near
street cars, for rent. House is very warm and
supplied with bath room and furnace. Apply at 555
Ashland avenue. 1
LARGE house and stable for rent, near brick
X-l yards, Sixth ward; rent cheap. Address Law
rence Fahey, box 2107, city. 1
HOUSE and barn to rent at .32 Indiana avenue
JLi west; hard and soft water. Inquire at house or
432 Robert street. 1
FOR rent Oct. 1, new house on St. Anthony hill,
eight rooms, modern improvements, and use of
barn. Inquire of William Ruff, 4y2 Jackson St. 1
HANDSOME residence for rent, No. 811 Summit
avenue. Davis & Brown, SCO Jackson street.
249- S3
FOR RENT—SI 3 a month, that new house with six
J? rooms. No. 793 Rice street; good stabling. In
quire 4SB St. Peter street 7
HOUSE for rent; best location in lower town; all
modern conveniences, furnace, etc.; party who
would buy furniture preferred; a bargain; eight
rooms; rent $45. Address X 88, this office. 7
NEW eight-room house for rent; large yard, fine
lawn, modern improvements. 308 Oak street. 7
(Jj>l r\ — rent, seven-room house, good cellar, good
•.£l'-/ water. Inquire at 584-Rice street. Charles
Ilouck. 7
FOR RENT— A house of eight rooms, 317 Walnut
street. Inquire at 343 Walnut. 7
HOUSE with six room* to rent with cistern and
cellar. 147 St. Peter street. 7
SMALL bouse for rent, with water, etc. Apply to
171 FQlmoro avenue west. Sixth ward. 7
(2* A A MONTH for house in West, St. Paul. Ap- |
♦ip~s? ply No. 415 Aurora avenue, near Western, to
0 C Houshton. 7
HOUSE with nine rooms for rent. No. 231 Sixth
street, with barn and water. Inquire of F G
ltj;ersoll. at German-American bank. 7
HOUSES from »S to $15 per month. Call at 254
Commercial street. 7
FIVE-ROOM house on Burr street, two closets,
pantry, good water, cellar and woodshed. In
quire 457 Collins. II Schmaus. 7
PLEASANT furnished house for rent in upper
-IT town: will rent cheap. Address .1 W, this office.7
<££«T)/~i A MONTH—House, seven rooms, with city
•Vi>A/\J water; 544 Laurel avenue, St. Anthony hill.
Apply next door. 7
FOR —Nine-room house on Hague avenue.
E. A. Sargent, 157 East Fourth street. ti
HOUSE of six rooms and alcove, with good cellar,
sewerage and city water, at 386 North Fort
street, near Seven corners, for rent. C
SMiLL house of three rooms, summer kitchen and
good large cellar, pleasant location In upper
town; reat IS. Inquire 128 West Sixth. 6
HOUSE of five rooms after the 15th inßt. ; 816 per
month, at 157 Valley street. . 6
NICE, light basement suitable for housekeeping.
Inquire 408 Rosabel street. 6
HOUSE of three rooms, kitchen, woodshed and
well; 32* Pleasant avenue. 6
LARGE, well-furnished house for rent; modern
Improvements, desirable location.one blockfrom
street cars. Address WW P, this office. 0
FURNISHED house complete for rent, good loca-
J- tion, with water closet and bath; rent moderate.
G F M, this office. C
FURNISHED flat for housekeeping, first floor; $19
S. per month. J W Mabon, 82 Bluff street, corner
Rice. 6
HOUSE on Ti'ton. near Rice street. Address W
F E. this office. C
HOUSE for rent suitable for boarding house,
■within one-half block of Ryan hotel. Also
some furniture for sale. Inquire at 92 East Sixth
streat. 5
A SMALL four-room house to rent. Apply at 543
Wabasha street. 5
CMIEAP rent, new house, ten rooms, fine cellar.
> furnace,city water.and all other modern conven
ience.!. Inquire at 518 Marshall avenue. 5
''PWO-STORY tenement, eight rooms, good repair
X for rent; Sixth street. Apply to Ingersoll &
Ovitt, German-American Hank building: 5
HOUSE for reut on Third street, between Com
mercial and Hoffman avenue; four rooms and
barn; «10 per month. Call at 636 East Third. 5
NEW ten-room house, beautiful location, large
yard, fireplace, furnace, water and sewer, fine
cellar, everything desirable. Inquire at 538 Marshall
■venue. 4
DESIRABLE residence of ten rooms on Ramsey
street to rent partly furnished or unfurnished at
moderate rental. Inquire at room 70, Court block.
Fourth street. 4
FOR Seven-rcom house. No. 420 West
Seventh street. Inquire at 416 West Seventh
street. 4
A HOUSE of five "rooms for rent; well, good cel
lar, etc., corner Livingston avenue and Color
ado street. Sixth ward. Mrs. J. Burke. 1
TJ-'Oii RENTFurnished or unfurnished residence,
X- No 503 Canada street, corner of Tenth; has all
modern Improvements. Apply George H Allen.
Merchants hotel. 240-52
■jVJICELT furnished rooms In private family for
-«. i rent cheap at -;0 i Wabasha street. 4
TJ'OKRENT —For the winter, one or two large,
Jl sunny rooms, each 2;) feet square; call to-day
at room G. 30i* West Third street. 4
FT.WO desirable rooms at 70 Bluff street. Inquire
X 889 Minnesota street. 4
TWO good furnished rooms at 236 East Ninths
street, with use of bath. 4
LEAS ANT furnished-rooms, 122 Iglehart street:
X: desirable location. 4
TVTICELY furnished rooms for rent at 25 East
1* Ninth street, one block from capltol. 4
HP O RENT— FIat of five rooms, comfortably fur
-l ni.hed for housekeeping; city water; one block
from street cars; 556 Burr.
THREE unfurnished rooms for rent; 39 Mt Airy.
.-. .' . 3
FRONT room, first floor, handsomely furnished,
for one or two gentlemen; 112; 321 Chestnut
street, one block from Seven corners. - - 3
"L'Ur:NISHEr> rooms; terms moderate; private fam-
J- ily, 223 Grove street, between Canada and
Broadway. 3
"OURNISHED front room, good size, convenient
-£- location. ' Inquire at 640 St. Peter street. 3
llooins Continued.
T^O RENT—Nicely furnished front room, floor,
X large bay window, bath, etc.; one neat bedroom,
suitable for one or two geutlem«iveheap, with or
without board. No. 9 West Ninth street. ■ ! 3
FOR KENT—Throe nice unfurnished rooms very
cheap; uae of soft aad hard water. Address SCO
Louis street. 3
FINK unfurnished front room with alcove and
cloches press, on street cur line. Inquire OUS
Lafayette avenue. 3
"L'OU RENT—A neatly furnished iront room, de
-L Blruble location. Call 207 West 6th street. 4
FOR SALE—Best business property on Wabaßha
street, 37><j feet front by ISO feet deep. Partly I
In cash, partly residence property near Merriam !
Park taken In exchange. Apply at Achilles', 195
E«Bt7th. 253
TC'OK RENT—A large front room and alcove, fur
■l nlshed, at 279 Pleasant avenue. 4
FOR KENT"— Large front room with alcove, nicely |
famished; also single room, with board. Call i
at 5!)3 Jackson street. 4 |
TWO or three unfurnished rooms for light bouse- |
keeping, with use of bath. Cull on Mrs. Rogers,
24S West Third street, third floor. 4
' ft H REE furnished front rooms for rent during the
X fair week; bight gentlemen can be accommo
dated. Call at 122 % West Third street. . 3
A VERY pleasant, large unfurnished room In a
desirable location; 569 Canada street. 1
T)LEASANT furnished room for rent at 53 West
X Fourth street, near Rice park. 1
LARGE rooms on first and second floors, In rear
Xj of uiy Ktore, at corner of Third and Cedar streets
will be rented together or separately: good location
for milliner or dressmaker. Inquire of C A Dibble,
40 East Third street. 313-51
A NICELY furnished front room wanted for rent
In private family for one or two gentlemen.
Apply 231 Norrls street. 1
A WELL furnished front room, breakfast and tea
if desired, at 213 Farrlngton avenue, second
door from Nelson. 1
FOR RENT —Very pleasant double front rooms,
■with archway between, newly furnished; on
second floor; suitable for two, three or four gentle
men; 54 West Tenth street. '£
XARGE front parlor, unfurnished, to rent, also j
XJ other rooms furnished, at 270 East Eighth J
street. 1
FRONT room and bedroom; unfurnished, to rent,
corner Pine and Spruce streets. 1
FURNISHED room, suitable for two, for rent.
Price SS, at 27 East Ninth street. 1
TWO front parlors, first and second floor, for rent:
also first-class table board, 319 Franklin St. 1
~£7URNISHED rooms for rent on first and second
■m- floors, and board; 37 East Ninth street. 1
~D OOMS — Suite of three pleasant front rooms for
-LV rent. Phalen water and all conveniences on same
floor; 449 St Peter street. 1
FOR RENT—Two rooms, hot and cold water and
bath, for light housekeeping; Ev aus, 255 East
Seventh street. 1
NICELY furnished front parlor and front room,
JL 1 for rent, second floor, with water-closet and bath;
at $25 per month; G, tills office. 1
lAßCEfrout room for rent, first floor.bay window,
J. I prate; Is elegantly papered and nicely furnished,
use of bath; 573 Cedar street. 1
NICELY furnished front rooms for rent, single or
in suite; private family, moderate rent, con
venient to business; 519 Robert street. ; I
T^URNISiHED front room for rent; 2 Wilkln st. 1
ROOMS— Tor rent, furnished; $5 to $3; West Bluff
street, near St Peter. 1
A LARGE, furnished room for rent at 408
Wubaslia street. 1
NICE large front room, with breakfast, tea and
Sunday dinners, fed- two gentlemen; S lB per
month. Address Home, this office. 1
A WELL-FURNISHED room wanted, near horse
cars; lower town desired; room must be heated;
t state price per month.-- 1), Globe office. 1
THREE rooms, furnished or unfurnished.! or rent
JL with use of hot and cold bath. Private family.
494 Stiliwater street. 1
"J^OITR nice rooms for rent, very convenient for
-i- housekeeping, good cellar, hr.rd and soft water.
483 Sclby avenue.
TTNFURNISIIED rooms for rent. Apply at 305
\J Iglcbart street. 1
/COMFORTABLE furnished flat of three rooms,
\j first floor, three closets and cellar, modern con
veniences, to responsible party. Inquire at 4SB Cc- j
dar street. 1 !
FOR RENT—Three handsomely furnished rooms,
bay window, closets and use of bath; splendid
locality, near capitol private family. 1
FRONT room with alcove, unfurnished, facing
south. Private family. 105 Iglchart street, near
Summit park. 1
JAF.GE pleasant front rooms for rent during fair
-J week, by day or week; Ilerzog block, corner j
Fourth and St Peter. 1
FURNISHED rooms, with or without board, Jo
permanent parties or transient at 217 i'cml
street. >■• ■■ 1 -j
T ARGE front room for rent, with closet, suitable
-i for two; 313 Nelson street, St Anthony hill. 1
Tj^Oß —Three rooms, with closets, well and
-T cistern, down stairs; §10 per month; 006 Uni
versity avenue. 1
FOUR large unfurnished rooms for rent, one block
■ from street cars. Inquire at "37 Western aye, 1
NICELY furnished rooms, either for light house
keeping or single; good location. Address 219
Spruce street. . 1
HOUSE of seven rooms at 6SB Fifth street; cellar,
cistern; rent $20. HTM 1
"PLEASANT furnished rooms, modern convenience;
X 252 W Fifth street, one block from street cars. I
HP WO nice unfurnished front rooms for rent.choap.
X Inquire at 155 Smith street, one block from
West Seventh street. 1
WANTED— A clean youth for lodgings, 91 per
week; German preferred; stating age. Ad
dress W 233. this office. 1
ROOMS —To rent, three or four unfurnished rooms,
XV two closet?, with cistern water upstairs; 195
University avenue. 1
Ct F. O CANADA street, three unfurnished rooms
\f*J*J for housekeeping. 1
npwo or three rooms for rent, furnished or unfnr-
X niched, with or wit] out board, in private fam
ily, now house, modern conveniences, 3GI Maria
street. 1
HPHREE newly furnished front rooms, 207 East
X Seventh street. Call at room two third floor. 1
PLEASANT front room to rent, furnished or un-
Jl furnished. Apply at 190 Ellen street. 1
TVTICELY furnished rooms "vith board, use of bath,
1* No. 19 East Ninth street. 1
T ARC E front room with bay window and alcove,
±J with use of bath, for rent at 279 Pleasant ave
nue. 7
SUITE of handsomely furnished rooms with uso of
bath. Call or address C, 150 Pleasant avenue. 7
ONE suite and single room overlooking Capitol
square; house heated by furnace and has bath
and all modern conveniences; 500 Cedar street. 7
ROOMS — rent, nicely furnished rooms with
XV modern Improvements; three doors from Seventh
street, 317 Chestnut street. 7
LARGE, ! ar.tliomely-furnished second-story room,
■with Iwstli adjoining, for rent; suitable for two;
one on third floor. 356 North Exchange. 7
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms for rent, very
desirable, 33S East Ninth street. Address HC.
353, this office. 7
TWO very pleasant front rooms, furnished or un-
X furnished; second floor, McCorralck new block,
corner Iglehart and Rice. 7
TWO nicely furnished rooms connecting, suitable
for one or two gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
306 Sherman street, between West Seventh and Ex
chance. ; 7
TWO front rooms on the third floor for rent. 523
East Seventh, near Broadway. 7
HAN DSOM suite of rooms on first floor, furnished
or unfurnished; also single rooms with board If
desii .d, In upper town. Address FP. this office. 6
TVTICELY furnished room with bath for rent; meals
l'l in vicinity; 534 Lafayette avenue. 6
FRONT room furnished; with parlor and bedroom
furniture for rent; 351 Franklin street, one
block from Rice park. 0
TWO nicely furnished rooms with use of bath for
X rent: 478 Cedar street. 8
ROOM and board with use of piano for gentleman
and wife. Address X, this office". 0
SIX rooms with cellar and cistern, three block?
from Merchants hotel; small German family
preferred. Address) XV. this office. 6
NICELY furnished front room for rent; corner
house, suitable for one or two gentlemen, or
gentleman and wife; board near by; small private
family. 176 Pearl, near JacKson. 6
■jVfICE furnished room for rent cheap; 221 East
±y Thirteenth street. 6
f"P WO very pleasant rooms furnished or not. each
X suitable for two persons with board at 49 East
Eleventh street. 6
TWO unfurnished rooms down stairs for rent, two
X blocks from University avenue street cars, in
quire 229 Charles street. 6
'TVWO unfurnished rooms with connecting folding
X doors, use of bath, for rent 323 Chestnut street,
one block from Seven corners. 6
PLEASANT furnished rooms to rent Is private
X family; central location; cars pass the door both
ways; references. Address LD, this office. 6
LARGE furnished front room, suitable for gentle-
JLj man and wife or two gentlemen with board; 84
Park place. 6
TTANDSOMELE furnished front chamber for one
JO. or two gentlemen; closet and hot water and
bath; private, quiet family; convenient location to
wholesale district. 211 Spruce, corner Cooper (Sib
ley). 6
FOB RENT—To gent4emen, furnished or unfur
nished rooms. No. S3S East Ninth. Address H
C 355. this offlce. cm :. 6
Tj'URNISHED rooms for rent; good location near
X; business; 51 West Fourth street. -..-. ; -6
FOR RENT—Three nice rooms at corner of Onega
and Susan streets. West St Paul. 5
FOR RENT— floor, size 25x110, at 315 Rob
ert street, between Third and Fourth streets. 5
AN excellent barn for rent. Apply at 214 East
Fourteenth street. 3
"I KA ACUKS of good after-grass pasturage for rent,
Ji*J\J or will pasture stock by day or month; rates
reasonable. Inquiry of Wm. A. Davern, Fort Snell
li:«- 3
- ______ _
FOR SALE— or half Interest In a meat
market doing good business. Address Henry
Hanson, Maukato, Minn. 4
FOII SALE or exchange for young cattle, heifers
preferred, two good horses. Apply to P SI,
this olllce.
ONE Italian greyhound for sale cheap; C months old,
it Is 11 desirable ladles' dog; color, fawn. Ad
dress O O B, this office. 1
AN established grocery and crockery business;
capital required about *2,500; reasons for selling
poor health of proprietor. Address Jock box 674, St.
Cloud, Minn. 4
Ql E\C\(\— and fixtures, groceries, boots
•W.I^JKJVJ and shoes, etc. Will rent or sell
building. Bo; 327; Ashton, Dak., (county seat.) 4
pONFECTIONEEV. bakery and restaurant; best
V^ locality In the city; good business being done;
good reason for selling. Address RW, box 443.
■I7OR SALE—Our job printing department, best 10
--- cation In the city. Office Is complete in every
way; two Job and one cylinder press with steam fix
tures; have some of the best trade in city; other
business takes all our time is only reason for selling;
terms reasonable. JII liossell & Co, lift) East Fifth
street- 251-54
W" ANTED—To sell a good flute cheap. Address
A O, Globe office. 3
FOR SALE—A pair Barney & Berry club skaTes,
No 10, used only a short time and good as new
prlco $4.75. Address Roller Skates this office. 2
I7IOR SALE—3S pairs of roller skates, cheap at
? Wooliuer's shooting gallery, 232 East Seventh
StlfiOt. 3
T^OR SALE—A string of light Iron fence, suitable
i- for a large lot, for sale cheap. Inquire at Globe
office. 251-71
GOOD milch cow for sale at 240 Oak street, be
* tween Chestnut and Walnut. 3
FOX SALE—One of the best locations for refresh
ment stand on State Fair grounds; apply on
grounds to Chas S Edwards. 1
FOR SALE—Household furniture, organ, some
farm tools, wagons, etc., cheap, or would ex
change for a good horse. Apply at No. 3 East Ninth
street. 1
A FIRST-CLASS restaurant, in good location in
■£*- St. Paul for sate. Can give good reason for
selling. Address SW, Globe office. 1
"POR SALE—SI,2OO aud $1,300, six-room houses;
— two unsold; new and first-class, terms tls per
month, location good; Stone & Marrect, 313 Jackson
street. :■ ; ■j ■ 249-32
ONE kitchen, two coal and one wood-heating
stoves for sale. 258 Pleasant avenue, corner of
Wa'.out street. 1
F»R SALE—A Charter Oak cooking stove; wood,
—. No 8, almost as good as new; sell cheap; R 35.
this office. 1
FOR SALE—Railroad scrapers and plows; 203
Jackson street. 1
YOU can buy watches, clocks, silverware, etc.. on
weekly and monthly payment':, by bringing this
notice to Stone, the Jeweler, 192 East Seventh street.
A GOOD piano for sale; must be sold at once,slso.
Address S M J, this office. 7
FOR SALE—One piano in good order, cosT~93on,
for SSO If bought at once, at 393 Superior street,
near West Seventh street. 5
A GOOD paying saloon, with pool table, fixtures,
lease and license, for sale; tunas one-half cash.
Address II 40, care Globe. 5
17OK SALE—Three farms near railroad and spoke
X factory; 100,000 feet of oak timber on one. Ad
dress J M Ovesoa, this oiilce. 5
GREY horse; five years old, good traveler, for
*-* aalc; also wagon, etc., 417 University avenue. 4
AHORSE, harness and covered, light, spring
wagon, for sale cheap. C F McNally, 316 West
Seventh. 4
■\T7"ANTED—To buy, a second-hand delivery
* V wagon suitable for grocery delivery. Address
D H Smith, Merria.-n Park. 4
TXT ANT to hire a good horse and buggy until Oct.
* ' 1. N R Frost, room 1, Union block. 3
W" ANTED—To hire a good horse and buggy until
*» Oct 1: horse will have good care in flrst-clas3
barn; N It Frost, room 1, Union block, 1
HORSE, buggy and cutter for sale very cheap.
Tho horse is unsurpassed for family use. Max
Hester, 154 West Isabel street, West St. Paul. 1
FOR SALE —Very cheap, good delivery horse and
l wagon; 12 West Third. _ 1
LADIES' driving horse, two sets of single harness,
phaeton and cutter, lap robes and wolf robe for
sale. Inquire at 464 Carroll ttreet. 1
BEAUTIFUL span of bay carriage horses, 5 and 6
years old, for sals. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress "W F, this office. 1
T7OR SALE—A No. 1 driving mare, clean and
i handsome; 7 years old. a good roadster. Call or
address No. 341 Sherman street. 7
G^.OOD riding and driving pony nnd harness for
* sale cheap; $30. Please call at 798 Mlnnehaha
street, Dayton's bluff. 7
ANTED—To sell or exchange for property,
» V horse, buggy, new harness and piano. Call or
address C 43 Dayton avenue. 5
<S1 A A BUY* new phaeton and harness; cost $200;
tH>X.rb\J owner leaving the town; can be seen at
Horse Exchange, corner Fourth and Minnesota
street, St. Paul. 234-57
POR SALE—For the next thirty days will offer
i our whole stocK of carriages, pheatons, top and
open b'jssle3, wagons, surreys, etc.. at half their
value. Call and see King's Carriage repository, cor
ner Fourth and Minnesota streets, St. Paul. 234-57
Fo:: SALE—An elegant new carriage; seats six;
at half its value; also new Jump scat, seats four,
at King's, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets, St.
Paul. 2;l-57
WANTED— A few table boarders, also one or
two nicely furnished rooms. 580 Jackson
street. References given and required. 4
BOARDING offered at 24 West College avenue;
XJ two front rooms with board, also a fow day
boarders. 4
BEST table board In the city $1- per week; Grand
Central hotel, corner Seventh and Wabasha;
single meals 25 cents. 252-65
BOARD offered with pleasant furnished room for
two; 35 per week, private family, central loca
tion. Add/ess WB, Globe office. 1
BOARDING OFFERED— Girls' nome, 620
-D St. Peter street. Respectable girls only, 52.50
per week. Reading room free. 1
BOARDING offered with nicely furnished rooms.
_.—9- al l-i?L-^. Eleventh and Pino streets. 1
WANTD— Kitchen and second girl immediately.
No. 9 West 'Jth street. 4
I WANT desk room, law or realj estate office; un
derstand ail lei.'*l forms; will give work In office
for rent, best references. "Lex," this office. 1
V.TOVE3 wanted to blacken and put up. Apply to
1 > S Gillbard, 45S Robert street. 1
A BRIGHT healthy girl, three months old, for
adoption, at Home of the Friendless. 1
WILL pay a Urge bonus forta.y titles on St. Pau
andßamsty county property; old titles pre
ferred: give year of sale, your price and full descrip
tion of the property. Address W 11, care Globe.
YOU can buy watches, clocks, silverware, etc., on
weekly and monthly payments, by bringing this
notice to Stone, the jeweler. 192 East Seventh street
...;•, 248-54
ORDERS taken for furnace and chimney cleaning.
II C Sache, 64 East Seventh street. 248-273
AM. RADCLIFFE, architect, rooms 26 and 27,
• Wilder block, bet. Jackson and Sibley 5t5.247-6m
APPLICATIONS received from gentlemen of good
recommendations to enter a select club forborne
comfort and social enjoyment. Address MP, this
DL. JAMIESON, general dyer In silk and wool
• ens, 412 Wabasha street, St. Paul, Minn.
FOR SALE or .Exchange— pleasant, profitable
X business to trade for real estate, teams or furni
ture. Address Business, this office. 6
WANTED to exchange, fine pictures and mirrors
for a good horse. 414 Second avenue north.
Minneapolis. 5
rpo EXCHANGE—Good Income paying business
J- property and lots In Minnesota City for stock of
merchandise or hotel. Address PB. this office. 5
WANTED— good white barber; steady work,
♦ V going wages. Come at once or address C. E.
Conklin, Mason City, la. 14
A SECOND-HAND office stool, writing desk,
safe, grain wagon and truck wanted. Address
D C, 144 East Third street. 247*
ANTED— buy cheap, a large sheet Iron coal
stove for store; 283 West Seventh street. 4
WO or three burner second-hand gasoline stove
JL wanted. Address F 4 1*, this office. 3
WANTED— To buy a lot on St Anthony hill or
othergood residence neighborhood; state price
and location; none but owners need answer. Ad
dress C R, this office. 1
WANTED to buy a candy machine for turning
out candy In first-class order. Address Ma
chine, care Globe. 1
COOK stove and base-burner wanted; must be In
order and cheap. Address, with price, etc Q
Stove, this otlice. ' 1
WANTED — second-hand three-burner gasoline
stove. Address F 48, this office. 1
ABOUT 140 square feet of old tin roofing wanted
by Charles liorst, 506 St. Peter street. 7
*\~\ WANTED— buy, books for cash. R F Leask
.£ •■ & Co., ISB East Third street. 248-ly
P. T. Kavanajjli.
Kast Seventh straet at auction. I will sell at
auction on tho promises, Nos. 351 and 353 Baal
Sevonth street, one good two-story brick building,
two good stores.with eight-room double tenement!
on second floor. Tho stores will rout readily at
from »I,B<K) to 52,000 and can readily be thrown in
to one large room, the stores being divided by Iron
pillars. Tim lease- of tho ground* runs for ten
years tit an annual rental of only $000, tho owuor
01 Uio ground paying all taxes and assessments.
0 his ii by far the I,o*l business chance yot offered
this season. The location la unsurpassed, as
Seventh street is considered to be by fur the most
prominent retail street of the city. Watch thii
sale and pay attention to tho date, Saturday, Sept.
l^aUj). in. I*. T. Kavana'jßh, Auctioneer. 249-5J
William IT. Keeker,
XV offers lor sale one of the best 160-acre farm
in Dickoy county, with good dwelling house, barn
und out-buildings, near the county seat prica
$1,000; will exchange for Etock of merchandise.
VJ Kllendale, ranging in price from $50 to $500
Also excellent bargains in farm property in
Dickey county, which 1 can offer to investors in
the next thirty days at very low prices, from 15 tn
110 por acre. 248-203
POP. ADOPTION—A baby gin three weeks old, at
X the city and county hospital. 4
P IVE-ROOM house and good lot on St. Anthony
J. hill, one of the best built houses In the city
I must sell at once and will sell cheep. E 29 cars
Globe. 2i1 . 3 3
I HAVE 15 lots near Northern Pacific shops that I
wish to sell to raise some money. H 36. euro
Globe. 251-03
LOVEEEING Park lot for sale cheap. D 47, care
Globe. - 251-5:1
SIX iota In Palace Addition for sale cheap. D 47,
care Globe. 231-53
'"J P\ FEET front on Seventh street near the fill.
«*- J9, care Globe. ■ 251-58
OQ ACRES for $80,000, corner of Coma avenue
y~>\J and Dale street, near St. Paul foundry. North
ern Pacific railroad passes over the north end.
■•' Bert p. Lewis. Sherman block. 251
-*->' property; the only pieces for sale; will sell
nTf»^'■^"■(-: n'>"-five feet front. A. B. Wilgus &
Bros.. lQj Dakota avenue.
w!i 'V- four blocks*>-om the Seven Corners}
look this up; $1,000 cash, balance time. W 3
Monroe. 325 Jackson.
POR SALE or rent a small grist mil! nnar Wlnni
-L pee, Manitoba. Apply for particulars to EM
Prltchard, Fiirllmult, Minn. 1
lOR SALE—A new house and lot on Dayton's
i bluff, near P H Kelley, for si 300; come quick;
your last chance. Apply to Bacon 4; Coleman, 323
Jackson street. j
"POP. SALE— 19, block 10, Holcombe's addition
-I- to St. Anthony hill. Apply 123 West Fairfleld
avenue, West St. Paul. j
A BEAUTIFUL home for a small family on
monthly payments. J Fairchild. 1
TT7"ANTED—The best home I can bay from $4,000
♦ V toW.OJO. Address, with full description H
P. Globe oaice. j
/""1 HOICK building lots in the West cud on St An-
V thony hill; some special bargains for a short
time; blvf Slmonton. IS West Third street. 249-33
FOR SALE— and lot, cheap. Inquire at 488
University avenue. " 1
SIX room house, with cellar and clßt^rn. for tola
>- J cheap. Lot S'JxJSO, in West St. Paul Inquire
at 448 Stryker avenue, West St. Paul. 1
ptIIOICE residence lots, near Merriam Park depot.
-J Northern Pacific shops, fair grounds, and Ham
line University, with beautiful shade trees; easy
terms to parties that build; cao give a ereat bargain
In blocks. John J Bucthout. 332 Wai asha street.
_^^ 243-02
QQOO BUYS a lot on Fairfleld avenue, West
*£{J\J\J St Paul. Address SB, this office. 1
BIG bargain at Lake Phalcn: live acres for hall
price; don't miss this. Wm. B. Conant, No. 1,
Presley blosk. 7
on SALE—My residence. No 441 Laurel avenue,
JL corner Arundel street; lot Is 114 feet front on
Laurel avenue by 143 feet in depth to an alley, house
contains six bedrooms, three of which are on first
floor; parlor, library, dining-room, two kitchens,
bath-room aad abundance of closet room: water and
sewerage connections made; all In perfect order;
large barn and abundance of shade trees. Terms
easy. Apply to Walter Mann, at Third National
ba°*- 246-76
Outside Heal Estate.
TWO good farms for sale at two-thirds their value;
one Improved with good dwelling, barns, gra
nary, etc. Geo F Woolsey, Burr and Case. 3
Tj^Oß BALE— acres, nine miles from city, lm-
X proved. Address HP, Mendota, Minn. 1
I OFFER for sale or exchange for St. Paul prop
i- erty, my farm of 230 acres,ono-half mile from tno
beautiful city of Red Wing, on the Hastings road,
with large, two-story brick house, twelve rooms,
large barn, granary, carriage and machine house,
ice house and other out-bulldlnes; well of never
failing water, cistern and spring; creek running
through the farm, making either a stock or grain
farm, with a beautiful lawn filled with evergreen
and ether shade trees; convenient to market, church
and schools, making one of the most desirable homes
in Minnesota. Will be sold whole or divided a3 de
sired. E. A. Sargent, 137 East Fourth street. St.
*•»■»'• 247-52
FOR SALE— acres nine miles from city; !in
i- proved. Addras3 EII P, care box 25, Mendota.3
iiF\ farms for sale in Hand county. Dak.; tho
\J*J farms can be bought for from £500 to * 1,000.
Moon & I'usey, Miller, Dale. t
FOR SALE—The whole or one-half interest In an
eighty-acre poultry and fruit farm, accessible
to Minneapolis markets. Address Farmer, ISB Coa
cord street, West St Paul. 1
"EWPORT & Poet, Drake Block, Third street,
■1- opposite Merchants hotel, loan money at from 6
to 8 per cent, on Improved city property, and furnish,
it without delay. They also buy and sell mortgages,
bonds and stocks. 245-248 if
LOANS on real estate, furniture and all personal
property negotiated promptly and without in
convenience or extra expense jprlvatc ofilce;H Roths
child, 101 East Third street. 249*
MONET! Money! Borrow money on chattel
mortgage security. If you are financially em
barrassed or out of work for the time being, you can
borrow *iv and more on your furniture, pianos, or
gans, horses, mules, wagons, cowg, etc. Property
not removed. By the payment of small sums In re
turn you reduce the original loan and Interest pro
ruta. Giving loans our personal attention and expe
rience we save to our customers all fees and public
ity. We also buy notes and advance money on time
checks. Deimng & Co. SC2 Jackson, corner Fifth
street. 249tf
WOMEN wanted to borrow money on musical Irv^
struments, household goods, etc. Demlng &
Co.. 36 Jackson. 249tf
PINANCIAL— $15,000 to loan in sums of $5,000 on
JL improved city property at 6 1-2 per cent. Davis
& Brown, 360 Jackson street. 219-35
OHO TO loan on clty lots Edward Simon
fl^UUU ton, 13 West Third street. 247-53
<Sjl / } and upwards loaned on furniture, pianos, horses
Vlv-/ and vehicles, goods left in your possession,
business confidential; we also make a specialty of
buying notes. X Deming & Co., 383 Jackson, cor
ner Fifth street. 219"
MONEY to loan on real estate and personal prop
erty, Apply to W A Barr, 319 Jackson street.
GANNON & Co, 325 Jackson street, buy notes and
I lend money on furniture, horse*, wagons, etc.,
without removal or publicity and accept payment In
Installments. Minneapolis office, 35 Washington
avenue south. 223"*
<2J Pif\C\ to »50,003 loans made without delay as
'^tJKjyj soon as title can be examined on St Paul
real estate with Interest from 6 to 8 per cent.; build
ing loans specially attended to. Apply to E S Chlt
tenden. First National bankbnlldlng. 226-ly
DO OHO T~loan on improved St. Paul
'^x\J\J^\J\J\J real estate. 8. S. Stokes, broker
age and Insurance, Ko 157 East Fourth street 192*
LOST— Wabasba, between Sixth and Igtenart,
watch with chain and charms; finder will bo
suitably rewarded by leaving at room 53, Clarendon
hotel. 2
LOST— A gray parrot, flew away last evening from
■J 131 West Third st; good reward to the finder, z
LOST —German Savings Bank pass book. In city;
owner, A C Poole, No. 4872, please leave at
Globe office. 1
BAT horse lost Thursday night, finder will please
return to 159 Rondo street. I
FOUND— baggage check In St Anthony
hill street car; loser can have same by applying
to this office. 1
LOST— Lcweilyn setter dog, white, with llver-col
ored spots; had leather strap and narrow crlm»
son ribbon around neck; answer* to name of Ban™.-
Return to S9 Virginia avenue or 103 East Third street
and receive reward. F F Loomls. 1
STOLEN, August 24, brown horse, 6 years old; has
ajbabit of cribbing. Twenty-five dollars reward
for return of same to corner of Lake street and Oar
field avenue. N. Falrchtld. 5
STRAYED— A small red cow with white line down
back. Reward for Information concerning her.
K. P. Cnllen, 23 and as West Fourth street. 5
LOST— A small gold breastpin, name "Louise"
engraved on It. Pieaso return to 97 West Tenth
street upstairs, and receive reward. 5
IOST— Pocketbook, on Saturday, between 12 and
J 3 o'clock, containing lady's diamond pin. $15 In
cash and bread tickets. Finder will be liberally re
warded by returning It to 181 and 183 East Fourth
street. 5
WHERE is Nelson Sewell of Frederlcton. N. B,
Address Robert McElvenue, 551 Temperence
street, St, Paul. 3
EG. LOEAINE. seventh son of seventh daugh
• lcr and pupil of late Gypsy queen Una, tells
fortunes by palm of hand. Charms worked. 203
South Franklin street. S
MISSING — Petterson, small stature, about
53 years old, brown hair mixed with gray, email
eyes, almost blind. Emanuel Emanuelson, corner
1 Locust and Fifth, 421 Fifth. •

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