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SITUATIONS OFFI.KED. » Male. » AOKNTS wanted for the Keystone Watch Club company. Apply" Room 459, Drake block. * * 124-120 AGENTS — Wanted, energetic ngcnls for the Union Endowment association; ab solutely safe; some of our agents are aver aging SIO per day. call on or address E. M. French, Secretary, Rooms 91, 92 and 93, Union block. Si. Paul. 120-120 AGENTS for. our new books: they sell at sight; liberal terms. Empyreal Pub lishing house, j? t. Paul. Minn. , 112* AT ONCE— Leave your application for a position at the Bee Hive Enterprise. We lind work for all. Southwest corner Seventh and Robert. 124 BOOKKEEPER— A first-class bookkeeper who can furnish good references, can lind steady employment by addressing A 2, (.'lobe; none but first-class men need apply. 124-120 '___ Boy— a bright active boy of 10 for col lections and general office work. Apply at 168 Jackson street. 124 T)OV yvanted at 77 Summit aye. BOY, wanted v.ho has been a few months at printing. J. G. Woodland, Advertis ing Specialties, Union block. 5 BOY— Wanted, a bright young i>py, well acquainted on St Anthony hill. Apply nt Merrill's Laundry. 51 West Third st.- 123-125 BARBER— good, first-class white bar ber wanted: must be sober and steady; German preferred. 871 East Seventh st. 4 BOY wanted, about sixteen years old, to work in office. Shickler <&" Wilson, cor ner Eagle and Washington sts. 4 TIEI.E KOV at the International Hotel. BUTCHER— I warn a good, experienced butcher to do all kinds of work: German preferred, with good rcl'eicnee. J. T. Brown, I'rescott. Wis. 1 23-1 27 UTCHER— good butcher to do all kinds of work: will pay good wages; apply at once. Smith <.. Meyer, Waseca, Minn. 123-125 pARRIAOK PAINTER— Wanted, im "O mediately, a carriage painter at George W. Morse's. Hastings, Minn. 123-120 CANVASSERS — Three active canvassers at Singer sewing machine office, 27 East Third st. ; salary and commission. j 119 125 AC .11 AN — Wanted, a competent coachman. Inquire at Pinch, Van Klyck & Co.'s from 10 to 12 11. in. 124 125 COM POSITOKS— Two compositors. Price, McGill & Co., 354 Sibley. _ 124 DO VOL* WANT 'WORK?— Call" Bee Hive Enterprise, corner Seventh and Robert. 124 FINISH!-;!*— Furniture finisher. P>ee Hive Enterprise, southwest corner Seventh and Roberi sis. Also wood turner. 124 INISHKKS— Wanted "throe finishers at once. Luuer Furniture Co., St. Paul, Minn. 5 InTs 1 1 lilts -Wauled. finishers, hard oil rubbers. Call this morning ready for work, at church, corner Dayton ay. and Mac kubin st. 4 FINISHERS— Body Mini gear finishers wanted at J. L. Spencer & Co.'s c«i ringe factory. St. Paul Park. . 123-129 FIVE MEN— Wanted, five live, energetic men to work for a building and loan society. Address Bag, Globe. 123 121 Y^ALSOM I Wanted, nt once, two XV first-class calsominers: nouc others need apply. 245 Sherman st. 4 a'uNORYM AN— Wanted, an expilT* enced laundrynian, one who under stands the different branches of the business thoroughly, to fill position of foreman in new steam laundry located at Sioux Palls, Dak. Applicants must have lirst-class reference; state salary. Address Queen City Steam Laundry. Si.ux Falls. Dak. '123- 120 MAN witii $300 to take an interest and charge of good business; fj6o a month nnd commission on sales. Address 11 37. Globe. 124- MAN — Wauled; a bright young man about nineteen years old; must be a fluent talker. Inquire Royal Museum, 398 .lack ton st, 8 a. m. 123-124 MAN— Wanted, a reliable man with best of __ references. Address o A <;. Globe. 4 OFFICIO HOY r yvanted. Dr. Williams, 108 West Third st. 5 OF PICE BOY— Wanted, boy about cigh" teen, for general work in office and de pository, St. Paul Carriage company-, 192 West Third st " 5 PAINTER.— A good painter; steady- yvork for good man: call read y for work at 725 East Fourth st, between" Maple st. and Bates ay. 4 PAINTERS— Wanted, good painters at 128 Martin st. Call early in the morn ing ' 4 PAINTERS— Good painters yvanted. 498 University ay. 4 PRESS FEEDER a iUed~ immediately. 13 Davids an block. 5 RINTKKS— Wanted, three first-class job printers; good wages; steady employ ment Brown, Treacy & Co., 142 East Third St., St. Paul. 4 SALES,*)! EN— Two good salesmen for city 011 salary and commission, call at 138 East Fourth st 124 SALESMAN— Wanted, a young man thor- O oughly acquainted In the dry goods busi ness. For particulars inquire at 309 East Seventh st. 4 OLICITOR— CaII this morning at room O 11, Davidson block. Salary or com mission. : . , .124 TAILOR — good coatmaker wanted at the A Minnesota Merchant Tailoring, corner Minnesota and Seventh, up stairs over Golden Rule store. 5 TAILOR— Wanted, tailor by the week; also apprentice with some" experience. 178 Concord st. 5 TREASURER— Wanted, a young man to J- act as treasurer, to travel with the Wallace Sisters'' Burlesque company; must have some cash capital: no previous know ledge of the business required' Lest of re ferences. Address Chillies E. Dobson, Olympic Theater, St. Paul. 123-129 'PURNER— Wanted, a good wood turner at A the Luger Furniture company, North St. Paul. " 5 WANTED— For Die United States army, cavalry, artillery and infantry, able bodied, unmarried men between the ages of twenty-one and thirty-five years; good pay, rations, clothing and medical attendance; desirable men especially needed for the cavalry regiments, both white and colored. Apply to Capt, F. D. Garretty. recruiting officer, No. 317 Wabasha st., St. 'Paul, Minn. ' ]ai]2o-3mo-siin_:thur WANTED— Reliable person to lake the agency in their town for the best sell ing article; sells to every family for 35 cents; pays over 100 percent profit. Address with stamp, H. G. Roth, box 334, Minneapolis. t 123-129 WANTED— Bookkeepers, salesmen, office clerks, collectors, bartenders, coach men, hostlers, drivers, -Janitors, watchmen, engineers, firemen, teamsters, etc., to call and learn our method of advertising your wants. The Advertising Directory. 78 East Seventh st, Room 8. " 122-24 SKI Kf) PER MONTU-S5 starts you in *J>A.*J\J business; county rights free: send stamp for catalogue to Patterson Oil Burner Company, 207 Canal St., Chicago, 111.110143 ' situations OFFERED. female. 5 AMHEKMAIos wanted at the Wind sor. ■:.'■;. . '7....- .- 2 CLERK— Lady to -work in confectionery >^ store. Apply 78 East Seventh st., Room £• . " . ;v --:-4 COOK— girl, a good cook, at 039 Cedar st. , 5 COOK— Wanted, a good cook at 524 Ash land ay. 122-124 COOK— Wanted, a good cook, with refer ences, at No. 145 College ay. 118* DINING-ROOM GIRLS at the Sherman house, corner Fourth and Sibley sts. 4 DRESSMAKER— Wanted, a good dress ■ maker to work by the day; one who can cut and fit well. 192 East Tenth st. 5 DR Ess M A I NG— Wanted, a girl, to Icaru dressmaking. 319 East Seventh st. 4 GIRLS— Do you want good places? If so, A call Bee Hive Enterprise, corner Seventh and Kobert. 124 GIRL— a girl, one who can wash X and iron nicely. and cook; none other need apply. 593 Marshall ay. 5 GIRL— Good girl; small family; conven ient house. 509 Selby ay. * 123-125 /~VIRL wanted at 682 Olive si. ' 4 GIRL— girl to take care of child two years old and competent to do mending and repairing. Apply at 173 Col lege ay. -.-;... * • .■■ - .4 GIRL— A good girl wanted to go to White Bear Lake. Call Wednesday at 5-10 Robert st. ."— * * • 7 - - 4 /7J.IRL— Wanted, a girl at 500 Cedars! GIRLS— German Ladies' Intelligent office will satisfy you to-day. Call at 52 West Tenth, near St. Peter. 123-129 GIRL in a family of four: must be a good cook. Call at once. 580 Cedar st. 4 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. 101 *_ West Third st. 5 OUSEWORK— GirI wanted to cook* wash iron: will hare assistance in laundry work. Apply mornings to Mrs. Giltiilan. 2*7 South Exchange st. 124-120 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, at 042 Jackson st. a girl for general housework. 5 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework; call at once. 348 East Eleventh st., near Olive. 5 HOCS EWOKK— Girl for general house work; family of two. 430 Laurel ay. 5 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a gill for gen eral housework: must be neat: in a small family; no children. Apply 758 Wa basha st. H~ OISEWORK— At 244 Farrington ay.'. on experienced girl to do general housework. MM- M* ■■ - - — 7 4 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a competent girl for general housework German or Scandinavian preferred. 227 Spruce st. 4 OUSEWORK— Wanted a good girl for general housework. No 082 Olive st.. city. : - 4 OUSEWOKK-r-Wanted, a girl for geti eral housework; must understand cook ing; Scandinavian preferred: private family. Sirs. C. A. Moore, 370 North Exchange st 123-125 HOUSEWORK— Wauted, a girl to do housework. 401 Exchange st. 4 OLSEWORK— A good, strong, girl wanted for general housework. 161% West Third st. . 4 OISEWORK— strong girl "for general housework. 589 Wabasha st. 4 HOUSEWORK — Girl wanted for general housework. 70 Bast Eleventh st. 123-125 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, agirl tor general nonsework nt -tst; Dayton ay. 4 Ot'SEKEEI'ER— working one' for widower and four children : good home and reasonable wages. Address Box 455. Faribault, stating terms. 123-125 IRONER— to iron today; don't come after 8 o'clock. 27 East" Seven tn St.. Room 30. . 4 KITCHEN GIRL at once; good wages paid. 77 Summit ay. . 4 T7-ITCHEN GIRL-Wantcd. a good kitchen IV girl, at 459 East Eighth st. 4 LAUNDRESSES competent laun dresses for laundry in North Dakota: 530 and board. Douglass* Intelligence, 35 Seventh street. LAUNDRESS— Wanted, capable laundress and experienced kitchen girl at corner Ninth and Canada sts. Mrs. James J. Hill. 124-20 . LAO V AGENTS and canvassers send your A address to 415. South Front ;t . Man kato. Minn. 122-130 NURSE respectable raiddlc-ngcd person to take care of a baby fifteen months old. Apply at once to Mrs. M. Thos. Keron, 315 Summit Place. .. ■■ . 5 jVTURSE GlRL,' Scandinavian, wanted at 1* 59 East Fourth st 5 OLISHI.RS — Two first-class polishers and start hers: $30 per month and board Model laundry. Grafton, Das. 123-130 ECOND WORK— Wanted, a girl to do O second work at 100 Summit ay. Mrs. J. Kelliher. 5 Sr.to.Nl> WORK— Wanted, good girl for second work and assist yviih children. 253 Louis st.. near Summit ay. park. . 5 SECOND GIHI.-A respectable German girl O for second work ; good wages. 53 Sum mit ay. 4 hTrtmakeß on Wheeler A Wilson sewing machine. 24 West Third st 5 11 1 RTM A X RS— Wanted, three ex* perienced shirtmakers. Briggs & Merrill, lis Bast Fourth st. 5 LORESS wanted to yvork with bushel man. Apply to J. L. Hudson, corner Seveuth and Hubert sts. 122-128 WASHERWOMAN— \\ unci at once, one » > day every week, at 297 Congress street east. West St. Paul. 4 WANTED dining room gills at the Clar endon hotel. -4 /■*.' \ YOUNG LADIES and fifty gentlemen *J\J to appear i n "She." Apply at stage door, Grand opera house, Friday, May 4. at 10:30 a.m. 123-24 i_*yTKiJt:Ti«-f. "] URTLSS' SIN ESS COLLEGE— ■> Shorthand and typewriting a special feature; experienced reporters in charge; graduates successful competitors; superior instruction by mail: reduced rates: send for circulars. Corner Third and Wabasha sts. 120* ■ ENGLISH PART NT during A spring and summer months. St Paul Busi ness College, Seventh and Jackson. 102-173 SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, typewriting and telegraphy: first-class and exclusive; lessons day or evening or by mail; send for circulars. The Anna C. Drew school, Hale block, corner Third and Jackson sts. 103* HORTHAND and Typewriting Institute. W. K. Mulliken. proprietor, corner Sev enth and Jacksou sts. 102-173 T. PAUL RUSINESS COLLEGE— Low rates for the spring term. Corner Sev enth and Jackson sts. . 102-173 X MULL! KEN offers the best induce • ments to those desiring .a practical education. Cor.Seventh and Jackson. 102-173 ggggjgg _____________* CARRIAGES, buggies of every, style at lower prices than same-can oe bought of any other dealer, in St. Paul ; two-seat car riages, buggies, phaetons, surreys, rockaways, cabriolets, jnmpseats, canopy tops, carts, two-seated wagons, express "and delivery wagons and harness. Call, before purchas ing, King's carriage rooms, Fourth and Min nesota. 01* DOR SALE— Young, sound horse, spring A wagon and bobs, cheap; must be sold at once. Call at No. 79 West Third st. 124 FOR SALE— Team, heavy yvork horses" -harness and wagon; come in and get them at your own price. Room 131 East Third St. 123-124 I^OR SALE— A fine pair of horses 5 aud . 6 years old. Will sell one or both. Can be seen at stable, 540 Summit avenue. A. G. Seney. room 53, Gilfillan block. 123-127* HORSE for sale cheap; take him nt your own price: party wishes to leave" the city. 342 East Eighth at 124 INSURE your horses and cattle "in" The Sterling Live Stock Insurance company. 509 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis. 34_t* MARE— Good driving mare for S5O. Owner leaving city. D. O. Pomeroy, corner Eighth and Sibley streets. 124 MULES— For sale cheap, span of heavy IVi mules. N. R. Frost, Room 10, Frost block. * 124-128 TO K._CI_A_¥CE. CATTLE— Wanted, herd of registered low priced shorthorn emtio in exchange for good St. Paul property. R. 11. Williams, 103 East Fourth st. 124-125 "j^CHANC,IT-^-'a]ued7~g 7 o^~"sToTk farm close to some city or village in ex change for St. Paul property. Address B 59. Globe. " 122124 WANTED— To trade some tine thorough bred horses for St. Paul real estate, encumbered or unencumbered:. Address 11. C. Elliott. Merchants' National bank. St Paul. 122-1 24 BOAKD . WAJJTI.->. ROOM AND HOARD— Young lady de sires room and board in private family convenient to railway - offices. Address c, 334 East Sixth street." 124-127 THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MOHN_!_nG, Ma_ 3, 1888. SI_n.TATTO.fS WAIfTED, Male. BARBER— Young man nineteen years of age would like to learn the barber trade; willing to work for board. Address Box 2330 P. P.. city. 2 BOOKKEEPER— Situation wanted as bookkeeper in wholesale or retail: fif teen years 1 experience; small salary; refer ences furnished. Address Bookkeeper, box 2.494, city. 5 BOOKKEEPER— A young with ex . perience wants a set of books to keep.or any kind of oflice work; good references. Address I 9, Globe. 3 BOOKKEEPER OK CLERK— A young man speaking German and Scandinavian wants situation; can give best reference for six years' experience in groceries and three years' in double bookkeeping. Address J 34, Globe. 124-20 BOOKKEEPER- Situation by a railroad bookkeeper; have had several years' ex perience as bookkeeper for head contractors. Address V 03. Globe. Minneapolis. 123-124 BOOKKEEPER— Situation wanted by an honest and trustworthy young man as bookkeeper; can furnish good references. Address C. A. Schilling. .New Tim. Minn. 2 BOOKS— Opened, closed, posted, expert work. etc. P. Sprague. Room 25. Min nesota Bank building, or Stillwater, Minn. ■ 122* -■.•■■••.. BOY— A place for a boy eighteen years old to work mornings and evenings and at tend school. Address I 37, Globe. -4 BUTCHER— Situation wanted by a young man in butcher shop where he can learn the trade. F 15. Globe. . -MM 5 C I.EIJK— place in store as deliv ■> cry clerk, on any kind of yvork, bvvdung man. Address V 70; Globe. * " 3 COACII.Il AN— Situatiou wanted by a J young mi as coachman In private fam ily; can make myself generaliv useful; best city references. Address G 65, Globe. 5 COACHMAN— single young man of ex perience, with good references, wants a situation. Address A 94, Globe. ■ 5 COACHMAN — as such by a tem perate young man with good recom mendations. Address B 72. Globe. • 3 CiOACHMAN— Wanted, a place as coach ' man can do garden work, and will make himself generally useful. Address Samuel Cook, city postorßcc. 3 CIOLLECTOR — Situation yvanted by a ' young man as collector or cashier with some good firm; can furnish bends. Address E 89, ('lobe. :--;:_?_ 5 COOK— By a' first-class cook; No. 1 refei ences. Hotel man; want situation to May 15 only for hotel. Address B. W. Wolf, head cook, Kanipeskn House, Watertown, Dak. - 5 U"~"OOK — Situatian wanted by a colored man, cook in a hotel or restaurant, either in or out of city. Address 11 10. Globe. * 4 COOK— Wanted, a situation as cook tor a railroad outfit by a married man. Apply to ward Locke; V 70, Globe. 3 DRIVER— Wauled, a position ns driver for a private famiiv and do chores. Address AB, Globe. -*.- 7 3 DRUG CLERK— Situation wanted by a drug clerk, twenty-two years of age; best of references; registered in Minnesota and Dakota. Address F. E. S.. 1499 Lock Box, Brainerd, .Minn. 120-27 DRUG. CLERK— Young man. German- American, with one year's experience, wants a permanent situation. Good refer ence. F. 40, Globe. 7 DRUG CLERK — Young man of good edu cation, speaking French, wishes to learn ; wages no object. Address I SI, Globe. 123- 24 EMPLOYS! ENT— Young man lid man, American, with good character, wants employment in wholesale house; willing and anxious to work. Address A. J., 847 Bast Seventh st. <• 124 "P -MPLOYMENT— Young man wishes situ -Li ationiu grocery store, can bring first class recommendation. Address A. 15. , 751, Mississippi st., St. Paui, Minn. 4 EMIM.OYMENT — A smart young man would like any kind of respectable em ployment. Address A 12, Globe. 3 EMPLOYMENT— Young American man desires emplo yment as teamster, coach man or work in a hotel; eighteen years old. Address 1? M, Globe. 117-21 ENGINEER— By stationary engineer, with best city references. Address F 99. <.;.'.. 3 EM PLOYMENT— A young man ivantsa situation of some kind: can furnish good references, and is a perfect gentleman. Address G 52, Globe. 4 PRINTER— A sober, industrious printer would like a steady job in a town cf 1-000 or 2.<K)'> inhabitants; can take charge. Address 1 ."it; Globe. :■ ~ 5 PLUMBER— Young man. seventeen years eld. would like to lear.n the plumber trade. Address Fred Schade. 175 Arch at, St.Paul. *'-- 4 POSITION wanted by young man to take care of horses and work around Ik use for private family. Address A L, 280 Kobert at 3 SITUATION— At any honorable yvork by educated and refined German-American youngman, age 21. Wages no object. Ad dress W. A. Feist, American House. 5 STENOGRAPHER - Experienced and thoroughly competent desires position; own typewriter, good city reference. Ad dress 1) 71, Globe. . 122-124 TKAMSTKH- By young man twenty-one -I- years old, or will work around hotel. Address I) 88, Globe, 4 TURNER— Wanted, a position by a young man as turner; pretty good in the tr»:de. Address L \V F G. N. Phalen creel:, uorth Seventh st., St. Paid. 3 l".-ii:.t_. OOKKEEPER— A situation minted by a young lady assistant bookkeeper; a good penman; have had experience in keeping books; can furnish good city refer ences. Address A 5, Globe. 122-128 CLERK— Situation wanted by lady to ■J yvork in crockery or confectionery store; has had experience. Address D 1, Globe. - 5 CLERK— Situation wanted, by a young lady, to work in dry goods or confection ery store. Address C *3, Globe. . • . 4 COOKS— situations for two cooks and sec ond girls yvith good references. Comer Nelson ay. Miss F. -lidding. * 5 COOK— Good plain cook wants situation in private family. Address X 17 Globe. Dress m akT NG — A competent dress maker wants sewing in lanillies by the day. Address M 24. Globe. . 1 EMPLOYMENT— cleaning by an experienced lady. call or address 11. \\M 723 Wells st. ' 5 EMPLOYMENT — A girl, about fifteen or sixteen, wants to make herself use ful in small family. 922 Minnehaha st. 3 EMPLOYMENT— A young Swede girl would like a place in small family and yvliere she could learn the English language. Address Ida. 506 Decatur st. . . . .... 2 HOUSEWORK— Wanted a good girl, must be a first-class washer and ironer, German or Swede preferred. 852 Rice st,. HOUSEWORK— A good girl wants a situ ation to do general housework. Call at 20 East Sixth st. 5 HOUSEKEEPER— By a young lady, charge of a house during the summer months. Address A 7, Globe. 3 OUSEWORK — General housework wanted by German girl, in small famiiv. with American people, in lower town. Ad dress H GO, Globe. l NURSE— Position by middle-aged woman 1™ to care for an invalid lady or child : no objection to traveling. Address A. G. 1.. 1017 Fauquier st. 123-24 "jV"t'RsE — a young lady as nurse girl or I*l secoiidwork; has had "experience. Ad dress 103 Leech st. * 3 NURSE— Young lady would like a place as nurse or second work. Address M. S.. 353 Cedar st. *. -r- 2 SEAMSTRESS — A middle-aged widow lady wants a situation to do sewing in private families. Address 852 Reaney st. 4 SEAMSTRESS— -A seamstress wishes sew ing by the day or week in family- or shop ; can cut and fit. Address Seamstress, St. Anthony Park. 4 TENOGRAPHER— A lady stenographer O desires a situation in commission house or railroad office. Best of references. Ad dress H, 85"Globe. ' 1 "IV ASHING or house cleaning wanted by VV * the day. 230 Western ay., corner Nel son, up stairs. 5- WASHING— washing to do at home ; washing called for. " Address B. Globe. .- . - .-.. : 1 WASH I or housecleauing by the day. Address 1 2, Globe. - ■ "l MUSICAI.. INSTRUCTION given on different In- A strtimeuts at 2731& West Fifth st.: terms reasonable. 123-129 USIC LESSONS— On different iustru j.»A meuts; terms reasonable. 127 East Eighth*. ••--■ ■ - ..- -115-124 PIANO TUNING— For prompt, first-class work leave orders at Whitney's music -tore East Third st 340* lANO TUNING, 51— Satisfaction guar anteed. Samuel Crutchett, 205 West Sixth st. . 110-140 TEACHER— Guitar teacher wanted;' ref erences exchanged, stating terms. . Ad dress Frank Huntington, Globe. • 121-124 FOR RETVT. - • - Houses. . COTTAGE AT WHITE BEAR Lake— A suite of furnished rooms in new cottage adjoining the Williams and Chaleaugay; everything gilt-edge; price rea sonable. Address at once v; 69, Globe. ■ - 123-125 FURNISHED HOUSE to rent for six months, commencing May 1, 1888. Ap ply to John W. Willis, Room 41, National German American Bank building. 12-fej&33 HOUSE— A brick house of eight rdjfes. with all modern improvements,pßo. 710 St. Peter st. Apply 58 East Third sgs24 HOUSE— For rent, six-room house, - NK 64 Park Place: 825 pet month; city water. Inquire M. D. Miller & Co., 28 East' Fourth st. , -. 124-126 HOUSE FOR RENT— 704 St. Peter, six or seven rooms and bath. Geo. S. Heudrickson, Frost block. 124 HOUSE— For rent, an 8-room bouse and big ham. Call at 786 Sime st 124-125 HOUSE— House No. 545 Oakland aye to rent for a term of years; all modern conveniences. Apply to John W. Willis, Room 41, National German-American Bank building. '.■•■ ; . 12-gt33 OUSE for rent, 693 East Seventh St.. 9 rooms: city water. J. P. Allen. dWiK gist. 4 14 Jackson st. 1 24.-430 HOUSE— For rent house of 7 'rooms Ashland ay. Apply 102 Fast Thfrtt st. :..-■*■ ' .122-128 .' . ... ;.'. V.. HOUSES— For rent, dwelling houses, Nos. : -4,18 and 420 West Seventh st.. seven rooms' each, city water, sewer, etc. Apply to St. Paul Trust company, 155 East Fourth st. -_j_ 120 26 : HOUSE— For rent nine-room house on Lanr3l ay. : modern improvements, Sargent, Meacham & Co., 322 Robert st. ■" 123-125 ' HOUSE — For rent, seven-room house and barn, 783 Holly ay., from May 1 : 330 a month. Apply to 11. W. Corv. Municipal court. . 112* HOUSE— Furnished house of four rooms and kitchen. 124 Congress st. west. In quire of 11. M. Tuelle. care Noves Bros. & J Cutler. . ' : " 123-125 HOUSES. j FLATS— Handsomely ' fur nished and unfurnished rooms to rent; boarders located with private families; sec ond-hand furniture, also city lots and houses to sell. Northwestern Renting Agency. 130 East Fourth ft. 122-26 HOUSE— For rent, a live-room house by • A. J. Hobau, 763 East Sixth st.: also house and lot for sale at a bargain, if taken this week; Dayton's Bluff. . 123-120 HOUSE— Very desirable, small five-room house, to family without children: Call 416 Jay, corner of Fuller st. 1 23-124 HOUSE— Jen-room complete modern and elegantly decorated house, corner Oak and Walnut. Esterlv, Mannhemier Block. 123-125 HOUSE on St. Anthony hill: seven rooms; water, bath, etc. 224 Arundel st., be tween Marshall and Dayton ays, Apply at 226. 123-24 HOUSE— Handsomely furnished house, ten rooms, on Summit ay., near St. Peter. Address Reed, Globe. 123-24 HOUSE for rent, and furniture for sale; . . rooms all rented. Address Ei) 0, Globe. 123-124 ' - roLEHARTST., Ill— Down town, eight J- rooms, half block from street cars. In quire at 113 Summit ay., or at American Ex press office. 124-129 Rooms*. IE UK MAN HLOCK, WEST SIXTH ? and Franklin sts.— Furnished room suita ble for two young men. Inquire Mrs. Bal ton, in the block. 123125 ROADWAY, 533 —"Nicely furnished front room for rent; use of bath. . 124 BROADWAY. 489— T0 rent, two nicely furnished rooms; private family: refer ences required. ' 120-26 CEDAR ST.. so(i, OVERLOOKING Capitol Square— Rooms en suite or,.sin gle, with or without board; large piazza and yard; very convenient to business. 12:! -12 1 EIGHTH ST., 417. EAST— front room, with smaller room adjoiij^trg: board; private family. 123.-125 ELEVENTH ST., 51, EAST -Furnished room, with all conveniences; nice 1 ■< : ti«ii. . 122^124 ELEVENTH NT., 02, EAST—Nicely,,fur nished room, with or -without braid, half block from capitoi. 123-12 ! I EXCHANGE ST. 3^o, NORTH— Two -J rooms en si.ite. Ail modern conveni ences. . ' * ' - 121 XCH ANGE ST., -306 north— fortably furnished room for single \ gen tleman only; use of bath. _ >"•■• ---' 122-121 EXCHANGE ST.. 384!— Furnished robnis' ; with or without. begird; board by. the day or week. '.;." " ,„, ' .' 122 124 EXCHANGE ST., 388— For rent, 1 one pleasant front room suitable for 'two; use of bath. . - ' " : ' 122-24 AKRINHTON AYE., 243— Nicely fur nished front room, also suite of two rooms on lower floor. 123-126 F! BTH ST., 119, "WEST — Furnished rooms for ladies or gentlemen, from $s to $10 per month. 122-124 LAT— A fine furnished flat of seven JO rooms with all modern conveniences. In quire 275 West Seventh st. 124 FLATS— Desiia'de flats for rent. R. J. Lewis, 91 Fast Fourth. 122-124 IGLEHAKT ST.. 274— Three connecting A rooms; first floor; furnished for house keeping or Bleeping apartments. ' 123-54 JACKSON ST., 410— Furnished 100 ms for rent, single or en suite. 120-126 1 AUREL A V., 535— On St. Anthony hill, -1^ a nice front alcove room, furnished or unfurnished, with table board. 124-125 '"jVpN iTfsT.. 156, WEST, second flat— A 1* comfortably furnished room in private family: all modern conveniences. 122-126 IK ST., 237, SOUTH— Two large fur nished rooms : private family hot and cold water and bath. * 124 PLEASANT AY., 280— Furnished front A room, with bath. 124-125 PLEASANT AY., 170-Pleasant iront room with alcove, first-class furnishings and all modern conveniences; near cable line: board next door. 114-125 leas aNT A v., 224— For rent, two nicely furnished rooms, single or en mite; one block from cable: very pleasant. 123-124 ' ; ROBERT ST., 363, corner Fifth— Two unfurnished rooms for rent; suitable for light housekeeping or offices. 123-125 ROOM— Furnished room suitable for two gentlemen, with private family, one block from ' Portland block: references re quired. Address F. B. S3, Globe. 124-126 ROOMS — Cheaper than house lent; rooms in Union block suitable for light house keeping: all conveniences included.. James H. Davidson. 51 East Fourth st. 124-129 ROOMS- suite of six rooms (corner) for housekeeping: bath, hot and cold water, electric bells, speaking tubes, etc. Berkman block, West fcixth and Franklin sts. 123-127 ROOMS— To rent for housekeeping, three convenient rooms,' - alcove, closets, Phalen water, in private house to man and wife. Call 302 Fort corner of Fifth si. ! ; ' 123-125 ' ' ■ HERMAN ST., 345— rent, six rooms, first floor; also five rooms second floor; or the eleven rooms; store, 305 West Seventh st. Call at 341 Sherman st- -124* T.I'ETER ST.,3IS.HETWEEN THIRD and Fourth— Elegant furnished rooms single and en> suite, " . 124-127 CM MIT AY., 75 AND 77— The 'Pattt Place, rooms single and en suit's* G o'clock dinners. 121-T25 'THIRD ST., 151, WEST— For rent-,sojie J. newly furnished front room with alcove. -->. ■■■- . . 124-130 ■<„&• . WEST SEVENTH ST. 420-Two 53m »V unfurnished rooms with bay window, suitable for gentleman and wife. * ' .'.124 WASTE!) TO KE3JT. j^f I OUSE— Wanted, a small house, with barn. Address J, Globe. r - 5 HOUSE— Wanted to rent furnished house of eight or nine rooms, in good neigh borhood; St. Anthony hill preferred two 111 family. Address II 95, Globe. 124 HOUSE— a. house in the st Anthony district ; rent not to exceed '$50* per month. Address X, Globe. 124-125 HOUSE— A house of from nine to ten rooms with all modern conveniences on St. Anthony hill; not to exceed $40 a. month. Address II M, Globe. 120-25 ROOMS— to rent, two or three un furnished N rooms on or near cable line* no housekeeping; also board for one. Ad dress I 79, Globe. ■; 123,125 MS— Wanted to rent, four or five un ftirnished rooms in private house, good locality, within fifteen minutes' wait J*"''-, sou and Seventh sts.; not to exceed J2s""two occupants; best references. F. Globe 120-133 ' ■ LOST AWI> FOuaD. COW LOST— A red and white cow, weight about 1,200 pounds. Return to 751 Hague ay. and reward will be paid. 124-128 DOG— a small black and tan dog, bare AY spot on left shoulder. Return to 452 Dayton avenue. ."124 DOG LOST— Monday, small black and tan . terrier bitch. Return to. 397 Ashland ay. and receive reward. .. . 124 DOG LOST— A large yellow mastiff dog? return to 378 Cedar st. and receive re ward. 123-124 200,000 WANTS Were printed in the Globe's Advertising Columns in 1887. This is the best evidence that the Globe is the People's Paper. WHERE WAKTTGAN OE LEFT FOR INSERTION IN THE GLOBE. -, r- LYONS & TICKNOR, Druggists, 707 East v : Third street, corner Bates. CONGER BROS., Druggists, 349 University ;* avenue, corner Virginia. . ;, MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash j. land avenue and Dale street, A. P. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and .761 West Seventh street. BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue. - E. FOX, 482 Rice street ) O. P. WILLIAMS, 648 Reaney street J FRANK L. OSBURG, 17S Western avenue. , J. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street. ! P. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East Sev >•' enth street HIPPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, 199 :. East Seventh street ) JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY, )» : 470 Jackson street. WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. •M. D. MERRILL, books and stationery, 442 • Broadway. FOR REST. Rooms— Coat inncd. CJPRUCE ST.. 221— An alcove and auotner *-> neatly furnished rooms, use of bath. modern convenience. i3)9fß 122-125 7 [.TON ST.. 02— Two furnished rooms 111 A private family; nice location. 121-124 '"TWELFTH sT.. 155, comer Jtcsson— For -*■ rent furnished rooms with or without board. -. 122-129 YT7ACOUTA ST.. 551— Front alcove fur .*» nished room; lower town: private family; suitable for two gents or married couple. 123-125 Stores. CJTORE— For rent, store No. 184 East Fifth *-* st., with basement Inquire up stairs. St. Paul Show Case .Manufactory. 124-126 TORE— rent, store,- 21 East Seventh S2 st. ; basement light; suitable for manu facturing. Inanire at 289 Nelson ay. ■ - 123-12 STORK on Fifth st.. near Robert, with *J basement and fourth floor; connected by elevator. E. S. Norton, 335 Robert st. 123-24 TORE— In Berkman block, West Sixth. Seventh and Franklin sts.; moderate rental. Inquire same. 123-127 STORE— For rent, tine store at No. 423 East Seventh st. Inquire at 424. Will iam lienlke. 118-124 Sjtore— Well located in the wholesale *J district; four floors and basement; 23z 130 feet to an alley. Apply to A. H. Wilder, 1.85 East Fourth st. * 123-132 Offices. DESK. ROOM- Second, floor, Wabasha, near postotlice: $6 per mouth; state business. Posioifice box 2530. -- 124 OFFICES— Very desirable offices for rent in Herbst's Block, 186 East Seventh St., near Jackson. Inquire of H. H. Herbst on the premises. 124-127 OFFICES FOR RENT, between Sibley and Wacouta sts, on Seventh. Inquire O. S. Deringer, 325 East Seventh st. 124 OFFICES— First-class offices and desk room for rent at reasonable prices in my new building, 28 and 30 East Fourth si. N. R. Frist, Room 10. Frost block. 124-138 OFFICE ROOM— Large, office room, on ground floor, next to Fourth street en trance to National German-American Bank building; separate entrance from Fourthst. E. S. Norton. 335 Robert st. 123-24 OFFICE— No. 322, ground floor, fronting Jackson st.; in Gilfillan block: best lo cution in the city. J. K. -Hoffman. 53 (Jiltil . Lan block. 122-127 FFiCE ROOM— For rent, ground floor, comer Fourth and Jackson. Inquire of i). 11. .Midland. 33:? Jackson st. 20- 26 jMULscellaneoWb. PAINT SHOP— For rent, Rood location for - a paint shop; long lease, cheap. Call or address 236 West Third st. 122-25 OTAIJLE— Good stable to let on Asbl'in I O avenue. Will accommodate two horses and two vehicles. II 65, Globe. 123-12!) STORAGE for. stoves, with expert hand ling. Pruden Stove company, Third and ; John sts. - 120-125 lISAiIiCTAI,. A— MONKS is loaned by us on improved • real estate securltv in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluih at 6, W-2,7. 7V2 per cent on shortest notice for any amount. R. M. Newport* Son. investment bankers, 152, 153 and 154 Drake block, St. Paul. 73* MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN Company— Loan from $10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with out removal; also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackcy, manager. Room 14, First National bank build ins. -St. Paul, end Room 7, Mackey-Lezg block, Minneapolis. 250* (V/TONEY LOANED on real estate, ihter -^TA est covering all expenses. 11. Caldwell, room 19, Chamber of Commerce. 122-124 it/tON'EY LOANED on all • kinds of per -1»-L sonal property, household furniture, horses, etc.; also on diamonds and jewelry; commercial paper discounted. Security Loan Co.. 325 Jackson st., J. E. Flanisan, manager. 102* ONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per ronal property, diamonds, jewelry.f lure, horses, etc. commercial paper and time checks purchased. E. W. . Leonard & Co., 126 East Third st. 291* MONEY TO LOAN— In small or large sums; no delay. J. C. Stout & Co., 324 Jackson st. ■•• --: •-- 113* M~ONKY TO LOAN— • Hunt & Sever ' ance, 34 East Third St., room I; in large and small amounts on furniture, horses, carriages, libraries, warehouse receipts, etc. r the same to remain in the owner's posses sion; also on watches, jewelry, diamonds, etc; business strictly confidential; a private room for ladies. 202* Jl/I ONEY TO LOAN on good unimp:o\ed i».L city property in sums of $10,000 to §100,000. Odin G. Clay & Co., Globe build ing. 120-130 MONEY TO LOAN 011 real estate and • •rood first mortgages bought and sold by D. H. Michaud, real estate aud loans. 333 Jackson st. ::■ ■■ a? 120-120 fl/iONEY TO LOAN on improved and tin -1»A improved city property, .at usual rates; no delay. Paget & Smith, Room 49, German- American bank. 73* ONFY TO LOAN on real estate and good first mortgages bought by S. H. Dyer,real estate and loans, German-Ameri can bank. - 106* ONKY TO LOAN, 111 sums to suit, from $1 up, on watches, diamouds and all goods of value; special rates on sums of $50 and over. J. E. Ingham, 327 Jackson st 240* MONEY TO LOAN on diamonds, watches, and all goods of value. Pri vate office for consultation. George R. Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82* ORTG AGE — Good 510,000 coupon Ramsey county mortgage for sale. In quire of David Tice. Minneapolis, Minn. 120-124 (s>-[ (\ S '-;.>, SSO, ©100 TO LOAN on tur »i?lV7 niture, pianos, carriages, horses, cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any • ether article of value cash advance made on . goods in storage; promptness and privacy guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable rates and no outside fees. St. Paul Loan company, No. 3001& Jackson st, Rooms 1 nnd 2. (J5» BOARD OFFERED. BOARD— Pleasant home offered to a,gen tleman and wife or two gentlemen in small private family 011 St. Anthony hill. Address C 100, Globe. 121-127 BOARD and large pleasant room on first floor, also alcove 100 mon second. 594 Jackson st. ~ 123-124 OARDING— 49 West Fourth St.; good board and rooms furnished by Mrs. Scott. 120-27 ROADWAY ST., 5-13— Front room fur nished, with board, for two gentlemen or man and wife. 124 IGHTH ST., 275, EAST— First-class rooms with good table board; gas and use of piano. ■-• 123-128 EIGHTH ST., 342, EAST— First-class board and nicely furnished rooms, with all modern conveniences. -■ -123-125 WISCELLAXEOLS. ~ ADVANCES made on goods in storage, loans given on all articles of value, con signments solicrtctt; Furniture, pianos, glass, china, . pictures, etc., bought, ssld. .Or hi* changed, packed, removed.stored or shipped; auctions sales at mart; open daily to receive general merchandise and household . goods for sale or storage; goods to any amount pur chased for cash ; auction sales made at pri vate residences in town or country; carpet cleaning. Sansomes 1 . Auction, Storage & Forwarding Company, 232 East Seventh st. 412-414 Sibley st. St. Paul, Minn. - 49* STOVES for storage over summer; expert care and handling. Pruden Stove com pany. ThiHH and John sts. . 120-125 TYPEWRITING and shorthand work of all kinds done perfectly at the Anna C. Drew office. Hale block; experienced oper ators: perfect work; low prices; work called' for and delivered ; telephone 852-2. ■-'-. 103* AUCTION SAEES., . A. M. Doherty, Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st, St. Paul, Minn. UNO AND ELEGANT FURNITURE at Auction— l will sell at auction at the residence, No. 566 Marshall ay.. on Thurs day, May 3, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, a very fine square . "Hale & Co." piano. This instrument has been in use comparatively a short time, and has a very sweet and sympa thetic tone. A very elegant parlor suit in cherry, finely upholstered in silk plush ; very nice extension table, handsome sideboard, one very elegant bookcase and secretary ■ combined, tine dining chairs, elegant hall tree, very fine bed room suits in cherry, black walnut, etc., one fine folding bed. refriger ator, fine Peninsular cooking range, carpets, crockery, heating stoves, fine parlor, dining room, bed room and kitchen furniture, etc. This furniture is all nearly new and in splendid condition. The assurance is given that this furniture is the finest that has been offered this season, and parties in search of really fine goods should not fail to attend/ A. M. Doherty, Auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st. -.-■ 124 POSTPONED) ON ACCOUNT OF rain. Valuable business corner at auction— will sell at auction on the premises, on the southwest corner of Hast ings avenue and Earl street, Saturday, May 5. at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, lots 1 and 2, in block 3 of Lloyd's subdivision of part of McLean's reservation to the city of St. Paul. This property has a frontage oil Hast ings avenue of SO feet and on Earl street of. 128 feet, with the advantage of a good twenty-foot alley. The property improve ments consist of a good two-story building, with good store, large cellar and five nice living rooms, good cistern, a good barn 14x24, etc. There is no better location for a first-class grocery, as this point com mands a large tributary population, and for trie right party there is" a good thing assured. For further particulars as to terms of sale, etc., call on or address A. M. Doherty, auc tioneer, 51 East Fourthst. * 124 iSimsoiue Company, Auctioneers. GJ.ENTEEL FURNITURE AT RESI -' deuce at Public Auction— We will sell at public auction on Thursday morning, May 3, commencing at 10 o'clock, the entire con tents of the 10-room residence No. 600% Cedar st., near corner of East Summit ay.. consisting of good parlor furniture, splendid bedroom sets complete, dining and kitchen effects too numerous to mention, carpets throughout the entire house : all parties on the lookout for household effects as good as new. having been in use only a short time should make it a point to attend this sale for bar gains: remember you cannot afford missing the sale if you are in need of good furniture. Sabsome & Jo., Auctioneers. C. J. Meilieke. Salesman. 120-124 IMPORTANT SALE OF ORIENTAL Rugs.Carpets. Portieres, Bric-a-brac, etc., at Public Auction— are favored with in structions direct from the Orient to close out at public auction, without any reserve what ever, at 24 East Third st., commencing with Tuesday, May 1, at 10 o'clock a. m., a large invoice of Deband, Shi mm and Bokara rugs; Persian, Teheran and Khiva carpets: Oriental portieres, curtains, draperies, bric a-brac, etc. : auction sales conducted daily at 10 o'clock a. m. and 2p. m. until the entire stock is sold out; parties in search of speci mens of Oriental art will not only find it a profitable, but also an interesting "pleasure to attend the sales; remember the place and hours of sale; comfortable seats secured for ladies in attendance. Sansome Company, Auctioneers. 12024 Weber & Fairchiitl. Auctioneers 000 FURNITURE AT AUCTION— We will sell at public auction Thursday, May 3, at 10 o'clock, all the furniture in the residence No. 124 West Fifth st.. near Rice park, consisting in part of one parlor set, one very fine chiffonnier, marble-top center table cherry center table, patent rocker, cur tains and shades. Crown Jewel heating and cook stove combined, body brussels and in grain carpets, hanging lamp, student lamp, extension table, sewing machine, walnut bedroom sets, bureaus, bedsteads, stands, two folding beds, heating and cook stoves, child's bed, mattresses, feather pillows and other bedding, cane-seat rockers and chairs, bed lounge, one large Fisher refrigerator, crockery, glass and kitchen ware. etc. Weber & Fairchild, auctioneers, No. 31 East Seventh st. 122-124 lex & Kory, Auctioneers. FOX & KORY, auction and commission house, 181 East Seventh st.. buy bank rupt stocks of general merchandise for cash, make sales of real estate and household goods; liberal advances made on consign ments and prompt returns made. A. Korv, auctioneer. 105* FOR BALE. BIRDS— For sale, fine stock of Minnesota bred canary birds, male and female, with wire cages." 24 West Third st. 124-25 AR COUNTERS, ice boxes, mirrors, grocers' bins, shelving, store counters, etc., at 217 First ay. north, Minneapolis. -.■ . .113-143 ■ BEDSTEAD— For sale, three-quarters bed stead with woven wire springs and mat tress; but little used and perfectly clean. 2 1 West Third st. 124-25 BRICK— For sale, from 1,000 to 50,000 St. Paul brick. Corner St. Clair and Colburue sts. 124-26 HAMBER SET— sale, nearly new; also bedstead, commode and stand, par lor tables, chairs, rockers and house furnish ings cheap, 263 Rice st. 124-125 RUG FIXTURES for sale: in good or der; also Boynton furnace, No. -10, cheap. Cor Selby and Western ays., Blair block. 118 124 ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNIC per volume; we are reproducing from the very latest volumes of the ninth edition, page for page, plate for plate, map for map, and volume for volume, and at about half the price of the Scribnci or Stoddart editions; we also have a number of the leading cyclo pedias (taken in exchange) at about "half price; drop C. W. Dumont a card, 312 Maria ay.. and ,he will call and show it to you; good terms to agents; 300 sets already placed in Twin Cities. C. W. Dumont, Northwestern manager for the 11. G. Allen company. 60* OR SALE CHEAP— An eight-foot ex tension table and office desk at 58 Cen tral ay. west; call mornings. 123-125 FOR SALE— One 45-gallou kettle and one lard press. D IS, Globe. 122-124 FOR SALE— Choice ranges and stoves to close out odd lines. Pruden Stove com pany, corner Third and John sts, 120-125 AY FOR SALE— IOO tons of early-cut prime timothy in the barns of the Uni versity farm ; the best offer will take the lot. Address Prof. Edward D. Porter, Superin tendent, St. Anthony Park, Minn. 123-123 OFFICE FURNlTUßE— lncluding writ ing desk and gas fixtures; also three awnings. Call at Room 8, American Bank building. 123-124 SAIL HO For sftle, the sail boat Mar lie, now at While Bear lake; is 25 feet long and 10 feet beam: will sell for one-third cost price ; is one year old and was built by E. Long, of White Bear. Inquire William C. Brown, No. 28 East Fourth st., St. Paul. 124-1 SALOON FIXTURES — Elegant and cheap; cash or time. Witte Bros., 411 and 413 Fifth ay. south. Minneapolis, Minn. 113-26 TYPEWRITER— No. 2 Remington, good as new. Address P 27, Globe. 122-124 A A FEET cherry shelving for sale cheap. *' * Apply Henry E. Wedelstaedt, 113 East Third st. . 124-126 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Miscellaneous City List. BEAUTIFUL HOMES at Hazel Park on Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railroad, three miles from union depot; 6 cents car fare; I am now building three nine-room modern cottages on lots 80x130 feet, one block from station, which I will sell on reasonable terms; if you wish a home, look at this property before you buy. Rama ley, owner, 150 East Fourth st. . 120-126 FINE HARDWOOD LAND, 3.000 acres cheap if sold quick; well located; good for farming. Address B 16, Globe. 124-130 OR SALE— I6O acres of land near Aber deen. Dak., very cheap. Address Box 1023. Braiiicrd, Minn. 118-126 FOR SALE— fine residence lot. 80x130 feet, at Hazel Park, near station; fine improvements adjoining; near school; this is the* only lot for sale without building clause; price very reasonable. Ramaley, owner, 150 East Fourth st. 120-126 FOR SALE— Three south-facing lots, 50x ' 150 each, on Stillwater ay., one block from Harvester works; this is very desirable property for a home ; cheap for cash. Ra maley, owner, 150 East Fourth st. 120-126 HOUSE— For sale, small house and lot cen tra Ily located; 81,500. Inquire M. D. Miller & Co., 28 East Fourth st. 124-126 LOTS in Hunt's addition to St, Anthony Park, $800 and $900 ; acres, $1,000. ( By D. H. Hunt, proprietor, on addition. 120-133 LOT— For sale, one of -the most desirable Jots onTglehart ft., near Epis - copal ' church, Merriam ; Park; • seven tv-fiyo. feet front, and nicely above grade. Call" or address •E. A. Douglass, room I 251 Drake block. St. Paul. 1. 124-129 OHTLAND AVENUE, near Grotto; 53 feet for $3,300. John A. Weide, Jack son st, Room 2. - 124-123 I ■•••;---.- PERSONALS. . ";•-- ORTUNE-TELLER— Ellis can be consulted on all affairs of . life through the magic mirror. 255 East Seventh st. ; up .stairs. ;- .-;:■■:■-:■■>:. ... 111-124 ADAM TEITSWORTH, St. Paul's oldest and best clairvoyant fortune teller, 402 Minnesota St., between Sixth and Seventh. 120-26 V : .- ' • BUSINESS CHANCES. Gooch A: Faldc. 51 East Fourth st. Union block, first floor. WIS CAN PROVE IT— We arc prepared to offer some of the best paying busi ness chances iv the city. ENTAURANT AND 15AKKRY-A No. 1 location, large trade, pays big; can have all the table boarders you can handle; five rooms connected; this is a first-class opening for a man and wife. : :'; ■;•■"•• -•■.■■: WiillAVE for trade a stone quarry. ONFECTIONEKY AND CIGAR Store —We have a daisy for 8250. WE HAVE for trade, four miles out, a VV garden farm of fifteen acres; $100 per acre under value. AND LAUNDRY— Witn a large busi ness; everything goes for S3OQ. GKOCEKY HOUSE — Large. - first-class trade and is open for investigation ; we charge nothing for the trade and sell you a fresh stock at invoice; don't buy a played out business, even if it is 50 cents on the "dol lar for shop-worn goods. .-_ AfTiS HAVE for trade a form. ONFECTIONERY AND CIGAR store ..for sl7s; right in the center of busi ness; a simp.- : .;;'-.:• . ■■ ..-.- .-. OAKDING HOUSE— have some ele gant houses in the best locations; one ou St. Peter st. for $225 ; one for 8750, cheap at $1,000 ; see ns for any line of business. "IJTTE HAVE for trade a hotel. Jl/TILLINERY STOKE, with plenty to do JLtJ. from 6a. m. till 11 p. m. ; this is a snap where it is better to wear out than rust out. ILK DEPOT, selling 150 gallons daily; center of city; think carefully; decide wisely; act promptly, or you lose it. V\7E HAVE for trade a business block. STONE (jI'AKRY in this city; the lots are worth all asked ; stone enough for .the next fifteen years. TEAM LAUNDRY— Cheap rent; good trade. WE HAVE for trade grocery stock, lots and outside residence property. HINK CAREFULLY! decide -wisely! act promptly ! then call at our office for all lines of business chanses. Gooch & Falde, 51 East Fourth st, first floor. 122-25 McKenney A Co. ■. : : r r\V IMPORTANCE TO BUYERS. WE HAVE the largest list of business chances that can be found in St. Paul; examine it. ■'.-•" " - 22- ROOM FEAT, handsomely fur nished; location, East Seventh st. ; rooms always full ; at a sacrifice ; come and look it up- ANOTHER, containing 19 rooms, right on Wabasha near state capitol; don't forget this is a bargain iv a lifetime; the fur niture is all new, with a long lease and easy terms. NE CIGAR STORE for $225; stock alone worth more money. ILK. ROUTE— A large one with forty cows, forty acres of land, four horses, doing big business; in this a partner is wanted and a good chance offered; milkmen investi gate^ ■■•.'■■.-■■.. ONE RESTAURANT, centrally located, doing a fine trade and selling lots of cigars ; this is awfully cheap ; come and look it over. NE GROCERY STORE, good location, at invoice. ' \I7"E HANDLE nothing but bargains. OF THE FINEST HOARDING houses in St. Paul: all full boarders; ele gant furniture: location the finest; cheap and easy terms. WE LIST* nothing but bargains or we could not do the business we do. Me- Kenney & Co., 131 East Fifth st, between Robert and Jackson. 124 J. 11. Preston «fc Co.. Business Chances and Exchange, 406 Wa basha street, St. Paul. ONE BEAUTIFUL FLAT of nine rooms on Wabasha street, very cheap; must sell this week. ONE FINE single driving horse, buggy, harness and robes very cheap. Come and try him. Any lady can drive him. This is a snap. NE LIVERY STABLE at a bargain; three hotels, one candy store, one restau rant—in fata any business you may want to buy or sell. Come and see us or write. WE MUST have a partner in our Business Chance and Exchange oflie. Not much capital required and good returns guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. J. H. Preston & Co., No. 406 Wabasha street, St. Paul, Minn. .. 124-126 miscellaneous Business Chances BOARDING house, cigar and confec tionery store, barber shop of five chairs, milk dairy; also butter aud egg business. Persons having business chances for sale, call and learn our method of producing buyers, No commissions. The Advertising Directory. 78 East Seventh street, room 8. 124-126 FURNISHING GOODS— For sale, fine stock of gents' furnishing goods, with* laundry attached, doing good business, with lease and fixtures. 24 West Third st. 12-1-125 FOR SALE— News, confectionery and school supply store near large school; cheap rent; living rooms. 11l Martin st. 124-125 FOR SALE— A snap if taken this week; nice clean stock of dry goods, notions and confectionery 'Cheap- for cash; stock about $550. Bo x J 5 0, G lobe. 124 FOR SALE— Fine shooting gallery; Stev ens guns in good order and targets. 2 1 West Third st. . 1 24-25 FOR SALE— Laundry, six years estab lished, In good running order and doing a good business; cheap for cash. 24 West Third st. 121-25 FOR SALE— Stock of hardware in a Da kota town; paying trade; owner has other business. Address Lock Box 585. Fargo, Dak. 123-142 FOR SALE — new stock of groceries; new fixtures; good location and long lease of a grocery- 6tore, for cash. Address X. Y. 100, Globe. 122-135 HARNESS SHOE and dwelling combined, and lot for $360; only shop in thriving Dakota town; good chance for small capital; cash business. 86 Globe. St. Paul. 116-134 PRAY MANUFACTURING CO.'S plant, Minneapolis, to rent for five or more years, with railway siding, machine shops, millwright shops, foundry and storage ware house, with or without power. Apply to J. P. Thomson, 101 and 103 Third ay. south. Minneapolis. *:'•■--/ 61* npiiE ADVERTISER WANTS smart A man with $200 to go East with him to enter into business for a few months that will pay immense. Address XV, Globe. 124 25 WANTED— Partner, with $1,000 to $1,500. in a well-established business in St. Paul ; investigate at once. Address G 30, Globe. 124 ANTED— with $500 cash to in vest and take charge of an established business that will pay him $2,000 a year. Call or address Room 57, Hennepin block, Minneapolis. Minn. 123-124 Proposals for Fuel and Washing RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS, 317 WA basha street, St. Paul, Minn., May 1, 1888.— proposals in triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at the Recruiting Rendezvous at No. 317 Wa basha street, St. Paul, Minnesota, until 12 o'clock noon, on the Ist day of June, 1888, at which time and place they will be opened in the presence of bidders, for furnishing supplies and rendering services as indicated for the Recruiting Sendee, United States Army, wherever required within the city limits during the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1889, viz. : Furnishing and delivering fuel and washing articles of government clothing and equipage. The government re serves the right to reject any or all proposals. ' Blanks and full information as to bidding, etc., will be furnished on application, bid ders are notified that no award or formal ac ceptance of any bid under this advertise ment will be made until congress makes an appropriation from, which the supplies or services referred to can be paid for. En velopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Fuel or Washing" and addressed to Recruiting Officer, No. 317 Wabasha street St. Paul, Minnesota. ■ RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS, -U. S. Army, 317 Wabasha street, St Paul, Minn., May Ist, 1838. Sealed proposals in -triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this rendezvous until 12 o'clock, noon, the Ist day of June, 1888, at which time and place ! they will be opened in the presence of attending bidders, for fur nished cooked rations in such quantities as may be required for the recruiting party an<i recruits sr^ioned iv the city iuriug-thtSliscaT" year commePCi3g-.7my- lst"lSSB, and ending trune .Wth, 1880. Contracts made under this advertisement shall not bo construed to in- ' volve the United States in any obligation for payment in excess of appropriation granted by congress for the purpose. Three sub stantial meals daily, with a due proportion of soap and candles, constitute a complete ration. Proposals for furnishing rations at a place objectionable for recruits will not be entertained. The government reserves the right to reject any and . all proposals. Full information as to manner of making propos als, requirements of contract and bond re quired will be furnished upon application at j this rendezvous. Envelopes containing pro posals should be marked "Proposals for Cooked Rations," and addressed to tho un dersigned.- Frank D. Garretty, Captain 17th Infantry, Recruiting Officer. : 7 . WAMTEP TO BtTa . OUSEHOLD EFFECTS wanted for cash; Quality or quantity no object; will call. Address H 52, Globe. 12 24 OOL TABLES— want to buy a few sec ond-hand pool tables for cash. Win. Marguardt. 238 Carrol st. 122-128 RAGS, SCRAP IRON AND METALS— All dealers and shippers of these goods will find it to their advantage to call on or write to J Firestone, wholesale denier in pa permaker's supplies; reference, any respon sible firm in the city. 262 Jackson st, St. Paul. Minn. Telephone. 753. call 3. 3D* mSESSiMAIiIAG. NOTICE OF OVAL— Mrs. William Todd has removed her dressmaking rooms to more commodious quarters, 148 Ramsey st. corner West Seventh st, where she will be pleased to meet all her old pa trons, and others who may please to call. r 123-124 . .- * /• i^YElivokiis^ "T LADIES* OLD HATS made over equal to new ; dyed, reshaped ; ostrich feath ers cleaned and dyed .to match dress trim mings, by the only experts in the Twin Cities. Hayes & Hayes, 30t-2 West Third, up stairs. 124-125 •'- ■ ■" DL. JAMIESON & CO.'S steam Dye • Works— Gents' clothing a specialty. 14 West Sixth St.. St. Paul: Minn .1 34* .'. ..-. Proposals Tor Indian Supplies and Transportation. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, April 16, 1888.— Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for Beef" (bids for beef must be submitted in separate envelopes). Bacon, Flour, Clothing or Transportation, etc. (as the case may be), and directed to the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, Nob.* 65 and 07 Wooster street New York, will be received until 1 p.m. of Tuesday, May 22, 1888, for furnishing for the Indian service about 900, --000 pounds Bacon. 36,000, 000 pounds Beet on the hoof. 250,000 pounds Beans, 70.000 pounds Baking Powder, 1,000,000 pounds Corn, 485,000 pounds Coffee, 9,000.000 pounds Flour, 50,000 pounds Feed, 108,000 pounds Hard Bread. 67,000 pounds Hominy, 20,000 pounds Lard, 850 barrets mess pork. 11,000 pounds Oatmeal, 488,000 pounds Oats, 122,000 pounds Rice. 0,000 pounds Tea, 300.000 pounds Salt 273,000 pounds Soap, 940,000 pounds Sugar, and 42,000 pounds Wheat. Also, Blankets, Woolen and Cotton Goods, (consisting in part of Ticking, 15,000 yards; Standard Calico, 100,000 yards; Drilling. 11,000 yards; Duck, free from all sizing, 45, --000 yards ; Denims, 17,000 yards; Giughani, 280,000 yards; Kentucky Jeans, 17,000 yards; Cheviot, 12,000 yards; Brown Sheet ing, 240,000 yards; Bleached SheetirK, 22, --000 yards; Hickory Shirting, 10,000 yards: Calico Shirting, 6,000 yards; Wiusey, "6,000 yards) ; Clothing, Groceries, Notions. Hard ware, Medical Supplies, School Books, etc., and a long list of miscellaneous articles.such as Harness, Plows, Rakes, Forks, etc.. and for aDout 550 Wagons required for the serv ice, to be delivered at Chicago, Kansas City, and Sioux City. Also for such Wagons as may be required, adapted to the climate of the Pacific Coast, with California brakes, de livered at San Francisco, Also, transportation for such of the arti cles, goods, and supplies that may not be contracted for to be delivered "at : the Agencies. MUST BE MADE OUT OK GOVEUNMENT BLANKS. •■■ » Schedules showing the kinds and quanti ties of subsistence supplies required for each agency and school, and the kinds and quan tities in gross of all other goods aud articles together with blank proposals, conditions to be observed by bidders, time and place of de livery, terms of contract and payment, transportation routes, and all necessary in structions, will be furnished upon application to the Indian Office in Washington, or Nos. 65 and 67 Wooster street. New York James Lidgerwood, No. 835 Broadway, New York; the Commissaries of Subsistence, U. S. A., at Cheyenne, Chicago, Leavenworth, Omaha, St. Louis, St. Paul and San Francisco; the Post masters at Sioux City and Yankton; and to the Postmasters at the following named places in Kansas: Arkansas City. Burlington, Cald well. Dodge City, Emporia, Eureka, Great Bend. Howard, Hutchinson, Lamed, McPher son, Marion, Medicine Lodge, Newton, Osage City. Sedan, Sterling, Topeka, Wellington, Wichita and Wiufield. The right is reserved by the Government to reject any and all bids, or any part ot any bid, and these proposals are invited under proviso that appropriation shall be made for the supplies by congress. Bids will be opened at the Hour and day above stated, and bidders are invited to bb present at the opening. CERTIFIED CHECKS. All bids must be accompanied by certi fied checks or draft.-; upon some United States depository, or the First National Bank of Los Angeles, Cat, for at least 5 percent of the amount of the proposal. : -. J. 1). ('. ATKINS, Commissioner. (12806—1500) ;.-.,. T^OTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 1" Notice is hereby given that under date of 'November sth, A. aD. 1883, Theodore Larsen. on unmarried man, as mortgagor," : executed to i ' the North Star Building Society of St.- Paul, Minnesota, as mortgagee, his certain mort gage deed, whereby he mortgaged to said mortgagee, its successors and assigns, the property hereinafter named, the same being in Ramsey county, Minnesota, for the pur pose of securing to said mortgagee, its suc cessors and assigns, the prompt payment of the several sums of money in said mortgage named, and at the times and in the manner therein suited: and notice is also given that said mortgage was. on the 17th day of Novem ber, 1883, duly recorded in the office of the Register ol Deeds of said Ramsey county, at page 218 of book 52 of the mortgage records Of said office, and that default has been made In the payment of said interest, and also of said premium, and also of said monthly dues named in said mortgage for more than six months; and that the whole principal debt has, by the terms of said mort gage by such default, become due, and that said mortgagee claims there is due. and there is due at the date of this notice, the sum of Six Hundred aud Twenty-Five Dollars and Sixty-Six Cents ($025.66)." And notice is also given that said mortgage, and the same was recorded as a part thereof, contains a power of sale upon default being made in the conditions of said mortgage, and that by reason of said default said power has be come operative, and no action or proceeding baa been instituted at law or otherwise to re cover said debt due as aforesaid, or any part thereof. Notice is given that by an instru ment in writing, recorded on the Ist day of October. A. D. 1885, in book 135 of Deeds, at pnge 371 of the records of said register's office, said building society released irom the lien of said mortgage a part of said premises, leaving subject to said mortgage the premises here inafter described. • .. Now, notice is hereby given that by reason cf (he premises, aud under and by virtue of said power of sale, the said mortgaged prem- ; ises not released as aforesaid, the same being described ns follows: All of lot number fifteen (15). except the south one hundred feet thereof, in Charles Weidc's subdivision of block thirty-four (34), of Arlington Hills addition to St. Paul, according to the plats of said addition and said subdivision,- now of record in the office of the register of deeds of said Ramsey county, Minnesota, will be sold at public vendue to the highest bidder, in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the front door, on Waba sha street, of the office of the clerk of tho district court of said county, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Saturday; the sixteenth (16th) day of June, A. D. 1888, as by law and the statute in such case made and pro vided, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage debt, together with the attorney's fees tamed ill said mortgage, and the costs and expenses of this foreclos ure proceeding.- • ■-.'■,• .-; Dated April 6. A. D. 1888. . THE NORTH STAR BUILDING SOCIETY OF ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Mortgagee. Charles N. Bell, Room 51, Giliillau Block, . St. Paiu,Minn., Attorney for said Mortgagee. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey— District Court, Second Judicial District. Johu Kessler, Plaintiff, against Jacob S. Jen tor, Defendant ' -■*.. summons. • The.State of Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in the above entitled action, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court, and to serve a copy of , your answer to the said complaint on the. subscribers at their office, in the Globe building in the city of St. Paul, in the county of Ramsey and state aforesaid, within twenty days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of tho day of such service ; and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to tho court for the relief demanded therein. Dated March 27, A. D. 1883. BAXTER, TOWNLEY & GALE, „„ „„,. . 'Plaintiff's Attorneys, 62 and 63 Globe Building, St. Paul, Minn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS — STATE OF Minnesota, County of Ramsey— ss. Iv Probate Court,- Special Term, April" 11. 1888. In the matter of the estate of Edward W. Brown, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Pro bate of the county of . Ramsey will, upon the third HzzSiry of the month of October. A.D. 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., hoar, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; aud that six month.? . from and after the date hereof have been al lowed and . limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expira tion of which time all claims not presented or not proven to its satisfaction shall' be for ever barred, unless for : good cause shown further time be allowed. ■.. . • - By the Court E. S. GORMAN. •. [lv s.] -: - - Judge of Probate. ■ John B. SrsycEß. Administrator. .. . - .-. ■ II ft If I SEND $1, $2. 6a Ibl 1 I If I or $3 for a Box of fll ill |B V I MACK'S fine Home. &3 111 I U 9 * m,l ' le CANDY. 100 §1 1 y I I H East Seventh Street 11 1 9 U I Ist Paul.