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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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In Every Case the Money Must Accom pany the Order. SITIATIOgtS offered. 3lsit<-. A- r>— Both -exes, in city and coun -i- try; H_ht employment and" good wages. Room 1. :.. 1 Jackson st. 156 A- ! '- and solicitors in Minnesota and Dakota at big pay for a large Eastern life insurance company. C 15. G10be.155-01 AGENTS— To sell an article that every family wants. Inquire 712 East Sev enth st. 155-56 AGENTS— We have several new books on wtiich we give very liberal terms; write for particulars. Empyreal Fub'g House, St. Paul. Minn. " 155-84 A CJE.NT.r— lmmediately, a number of good agents for St. Paul" and Minneapolis; good salary. (.'all or address \V. G. Thorpe. 33 North Forbes st. St. Paul. 153-50 AGENTS wanted for a new household article: exclusive territory; good wages for workers: samples by mail 35c; write for terms. Woods Manufacturing company, st. Paul. 154-156 A GEN -Wanted, two good men in your city to handle cigar and stationery arti cles; send 25 cents for samples and price list. Address C. Moak, 162 La Salle. Room 75, Chicago. 156-158 A 1.E.". attention— \\e want 10, --000 live agents; outfits containing three fastest senilis; novelties ever offered sent free on receipt of 35c to pay expense of packing and postage; we furnish goods to be paid for when sold. Address with stamp. Kinder Bros., 207 and 20!) Main st. La Crosse, Wis. 154-158 AGENTS— Energetic agents for the Union Endowment association; absolutely safe; some of our agents are averaging SlO per day. < all or address E. M. French, sec retary. Rooms 91, 92 and 93, Union block. St. Paul. 148-57 APPRENTICES— Wan ted. twu apprentice girl- to sew straw hats. OOV2 West Third st.. Room 0. 1 <iODl» MEAL for 15 cents, foot of .lack-on st., one block from union de pot, near the river. 154-60 BARBERS— Two first-Class white barbers; w.-ures *15 per week. Address J. 11. Sul van, 315 West Superior st, Duiuth, Minn. 155-158 BARBER— Wanted at once, one strictly first-class white barber; no other need apply: wages $10 per week. Address A. W. Star!:. 402 West Second St., Ashland, Wis. 154 -5 7 BARBER— Wanted first-class white bar ber at 204 East Seventh st. 7 BARBER— Wanted a barber for Saturday, 186 Concord st, West St. Paul. "7 81. A * 'IvSM Til- Call Monday morning nt Sixth and Minnesota Ms. N. Y. Life building 1 BOY— Wanted, a good boy to take care of horses. Call at 51 East Fourth st. 1 BOY— Wanted, a boy who is used to driving horse; must be neat and tidy, with good references. Address Stiles, Globe. 1 BOY wanted at Pease Bros., corner Third and Robert sts., to work in store and deliver packages: 1 BOY — Wanted, wide-awake boy with some exi.erience, to learn sign painting. Fortier. 358 Jackson st 1 BOYs -Two strong boys wanted at once at 128 Dakota ay. " 2 BOSH ELM AN at once. -St. Pan! Merchant Tailoring company, Rooms 34, 35 and 36, Union block, 49 East Fourth st. 7 CIARPENTERS— carpenters wanted ' at 735 Bay st ; bring tools. 1 CiOMPOSITOR — Wanted, a compositor ' at the Democrat office, Stillwater, Minn. Apply at once. E. F. Barrett. 1 C 1 OAT MAKERS— TWO coatmakers to go ' in count!}-. Apply to J. 11. Lesher & Co.. St Paul. 1 r*|AIRYMAN— Man wanted to work on JL/ dairy; must know milking and talk German and English; call between 10 and 11 o'clock. 11. Hansen: 907 East Seventh st. 151150 ELECTRICIAN— A first-class electrician; must be experienced in private house work. 1 all Monday at 7 o'clock at 39 West Third st. " 1 DGE-TRIMMEB— Wanted, one first classedge-trimmer on Buzzel machine; steady work. Minnesota Shoe Company. 1 FEEDERS— Two Gordon press feeders. Price, McOill ,v. Co.. 35 Sibley. 1 FEED liO\s for printing presses at Baker. Collins & Co.'s, 107 East Fourth st 1 FOREMAN— sash and door depart ment. E. 21 Globe. 7 "jnUßßlEß— Wanted; a furrier who under- X stands cntting and titling mink, otter and coon coats-ladies' mink and seal s&cques; good wages and steady employment to a man who understands his business: no use for one who is full half the lime. Address E. T. Howard, Red Wing. Minn. 155-57 ERMAN Boy to work in kitchen. Call nt 317 Robert st J. PAINTERS— Two first-class painters. 507 Park ay. *^ 1 OFFICE WORK— A bright, intelligent boy eighteen years old to learn office duties. Minnesota Packing and Provision company, South St. Paul. 1 OFFICE BOY — Wanted, at Stevenson Mercantile Co., office bay. Call between 8 and 9. Monday, at 84 East Fifth st. 1 PAINTERS— Five painters wanted. In quire at Pacific hotel, Murphy st, C. T. Fleming. " 1 PHARMACIST— a registered pharmacist; registered In Minnesota. Address "Drugs." ("lobe. 155-159 PRINTER— Wanted, a good reliable print er: must be strictly sober and acquainted with politics; applications received in writ ing up to June 7. Address R C, 149 West Seventh st. 7 Y"OI'NU MAN— Wan ted, a young man that can write a fair hand and is neat and orderly, with good references. Address Mil ler. Giobe. 1 A/A MEN— Wanted, fifty men for railway *J\J work. $1.75 per day: twelve teams, city work. Call 7 o'clock Monday morning. Jofiu Swaiuson & Co., comer Seventh and Sibley st-. - 155-50 IVAXTED TO HEIfT. Rooms— to rent three or four - furnished or unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping within ten or fifteen min ute.-' walk of Globe building. Address T A <•• __obe_ 150-59 ROOMS— Two or three furnished or un furnished rooms for light housekeeping cheap; man and wife;. Address Win., Globe. 155-157 f> oOMS-Two or three furnished rooms V for light housekeeping by man and wife: no children. Address II R, Globe. 1 f>oo.MS— Wanted to rent aoout June 20, L three to rive unfurnished rooms for married couple without children ; state price. Address II M, Globe. 153160 f) Ms— Wanted, three or four furnished t rooms for light housekeeiine;: refer ences exchanged. Address J. H. Lambert, Clarendon. 151-57 DYE WORKS. n L. JAMIESON & co.s steam Dye , . ,V w r k - i -C'cnts* clothing a specialty. 14 West sixth st. St Paul. Minn. 134» HATS— Bring your old hats, have them reshaped, pressed, dyed or bleached; ostrich feathers dyed to match dress trim mings at Hayes & Hayes, 30% West Third St., up stairs, 155-56 SITUATIONS OFFERED . female. APPRENTICE— an apprentice girl to work for her board while learn ing dress-making. I will pay some wages to a good girl -at 175 St. Anthony aye., block from Bice st. :1. ARPET-SEWER— Wanted " an experi ence carpet sewer at Oliver Baker's 7 COOK— Wanted, a first-class cook, washer and ironer. Mrs. Joseph K. Weide, 382 East Tenth st. . . .. 7 COOK.— Wanted, a good Scandinavian girl. for coooking in boarding house. 844 Payne ay. 7 CiOOK — lady cook for hotel : Ger ' man preferred ; 202 West Seventh st., St. Paul hotel. " 1 COOK First-class cook and nurse girl at 505 Canada st. 155-156 COOK— Wanted, at 565 Canada St., rirst class woman cook; also young girl to take care of two children. " - : :<-.':7' Dressmaker— Dressmaker wauled at 430 John st. ■ 7 FOLDING GIRLS— two folding girls; must have experience, at Rich & Clvmer's printing office, 108 East Fifth st. 7 GIRLS — Three girls, cook, waiter and kitchen girl: apply at once- Crepeau's restaurant, Stillwater. Minn. 1 GIRL— Wanted, a strong girl for general housework ; must be a good cook. Call early Monday morning at 237 Western ay. 1 GIRL— Good girl wanted at 2G3 East Tenth st. 1 GIRL— A competent girl wanted at 481 Iglchart st. : call Monday; two in fam ily; German preferred. 154 56 GIRLS— Wanted, girls— Four dining, three T cooks, four kitchen and six for general housework; call to-day. 52 West Tenth. 156 OI'SEKEKFEK— Wanted, a situation as working housekeeper in a widower's family: references exchanged. Call or ad dress 421 Wabasha st., room 21, third floor. 7 HOUSEWORK— Girl to do general house woik. Apply at 475 Hopkins st. 1 WORK— Young girl tor light housework. Apply to Mrs. Titus, 013 Jackson st. 1 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work in small family. Inquire 290 Sherman st. " 1 Ol EWORK— good girl for general housework. Apply at once, 420 Marshall ay. " 155-59 OI'SE WORK- for general house work in private family; call 10-day. 74 Iglehartst . 1 HOUSEWORK— Girl to do general house work; one who understands cooking, immediately. Call at 21 East College ay. 7 OUSEWOKK— GirI wanted for general housework, inquire at 519 St. Peter st ■ 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted a good girl for general housework. Call at 301 Igle hartst. 1 Ol SEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for general housework; private family; 93 East Ninth st 1 OUSEWOKK— Wanted at once, a good girl for general housework in a" family of three. 153 Iglehart st. 1- HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work in family of three. 219 Four teenth st. east. * 1- OI'SEWOKK— A competent girl to do housework in a small family. 574 Wa basha. 1 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl to cook, wash and iron, at 779 Dayton ay. H" Of. SEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework in small family. Call at 57 West College aye.. Fourth floor/west side. 1 OIsEWORK— a good, strong girl who understands general house work: good salary paid. 301 Grove St., cor ner Olive. 7 oTsEWOKK— Girl wan ted for general housework in small family at White Bear; steady employment in St. Paul after Bummer summer season closes. Inquire 130 Western ay. 1 OI'SE WORK— Wanted, girl for gen eral housework in small family. Apply to-day at 65 Fast Fifth st. 7 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work, at 907 Fauquier st. 7 HOUSEWORK Girl for general house work in small family. 438 Bice st. 7 HOUSEWORK— A German girl for gen eral housework in family of four. 595 Pine st. : old number. 509. " 7 OI'SEWOKK— girl todohouse work for family of three; high wages and moderate conveniences. 139 Summit ay. 7 OLSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. Apply at 9 Tilton st. 7 H OI'SEWOKK— Girl for general house work; reference required. 371 Dayton ay. , 7 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl fourteen or fifteen years old for light housework. Apply 59!) Selby ay.' 7 oi'SEWOßK— Wanted. girl for general housework: small family; keep two girls and man; 757 East Sixth street, corner Eichenwald. 7 ITOHEN WORK— Wanted, a girl to do kitchen work and help with the cook ing at 211 Pearl st. 1 ITCH EN GIRL wanted at 352 Cedar st. 155-156 KITCHEN GIRL— A good one, at 380 North Exchange st. 7 LAUNDRESS wanted at City and County hospital; apply Monday evening. 1 LAUNDRESS wanted immediately at No. 200 Summit aye. Good wages and per manent situation guaranteed. ' 1 MATRON— Wanted, matron for orphan asylum; communicant of Protestant Episcopal church preferred. Call at Mrs. T. 11. Pitts, 051 Dayton ay., and learn particu lars. 7 '[l/IACHINE GIRL -Wanted, girl to run ILL machine at 11. G. Neal's, 18 West Third. 0 "VTURSE — Wanted at Lake Minne tonka, an l^i experienced nurse girl, who under stands sewing. Apply at 54 Park Place. 154-56 ' ORGANIST— One acquainted with Epis copal church service and a singer pre ferred. Add: W. J. Dyer & Bro., 148 and 150 East Third st. 1 SALESLADY— Wanted, a young lady as attendant-saleslady in art rooms; must have some knowledge of fine bric-a-brac and experience in selling fine goods; none others need apply. Apply at Dickinson's. St. Peter and Fourth sts., Monday, between 4 and 6 p. m. . " 1 CULPTOIfS MODEL— young woman to serve as sculptor's model; good pay. Address Postoffice Box 2375. 155-162 SEAMSTRESS— at once, a girl to do general sewing; must be experienced. Apply 284 West Seventh st. 1 SECOND til anted, a" competent second girl at 153 College aye. 7 SECOND GlßL— Wanted, a competent second girl: must be a good waitress: no washing and ironing. Mrs. C. Bancroft. 631 St. Peter st. 1 OECOND GlßL—Wanted, a second girl. O to go to the country. Apply 574 Missis sippi st.; good wages to right party. 1 j SECOND GlßL— Competent 351 Wash -10 Ington st. 2 ECON'I) WORK— a young girl for second work at 462 Holly ay.; Ger man or Scandinavian. " 7 PERSONALS. PPKENTICE— The girl that wanted to work for her board while learning dressmaking, please call again. 11 East Third st 1 LL TO KNOW that Madam Blanch, the greatest fortune teller and mind reader in the world, has suite rooms at 467 East Seventh st; tells as to lost or stolen prop erty, absent or lost friends; can see if you will be successful in business ventures she is reliable in all family troubles. 155-61 OKTCXE TELLING AND MAG netic Treatment— Mine. Doil, clairvoy ant can be consulted upon all matters of im portance in the future or past; also gives magnetic treatment, at her room, 49. third iloor, 51 East Fourth st. . 154-60 FOLLICINE— A new preventive ana cure for baldness, dandruff, itching or irri table scalp. Call or address Mrs. M. Alice Paulson <_ Co., Room 2, 392 Jackson st. St. Paul, Minn.; satisfaction guaranteed. 147-77 LADIES — Superfluous hairs permanently destroyed ; method safe and sure. Ad dress Box 2286, St Paul, Minn. 155-62 MRS. A. BAGNELL, MAGNETIC healer. 386 Broadway. 155-61 [LTADAM TEITS WORTH. St Paul's 1»-I oldest and best clairvoyant fortune teller, 402 Minnesota st, between Sixth and Seventh. 155-61 ""l/IRS. DONALD, magnetic healer, trance l'L medium and clairvoyant 430 Waba sha st., corner Seventh st, Room 21, second floor. _^ -154-60 jVTELSON— Write 10 O.E. W. 150-63 MUSICAL. . PIANO TUNING. $I— Satisfaction guar anteed. Samuel Crutchett, Address 364 Ellen st 141-70 PIANO TUNING— For prompt, first-class work leave orders at Whitney's music store East Third st, g_6« THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE; MONDAY MOENING, JUNE 1888. STtTUATTOSS WASTE!"*. Wale. BAKER— a first-class baker. Ad dress J. D. Wikel. Montevideo, Minn. 7 BOOKKEEPER— wanted by a married man as bookkeeper or general office man; best of references. Address SIS. ' . 1 BUTCHER — A young man wishes a situa tion as cutter in a meat market, who is acquainted with St. Anthony hill trade and can give city reference. Apply at 433 Selby ay.. city. _ * a CLERK— A smart young man desires a clerkship, with an opportunity for ad vancement. II 99, Globe. * 7 OLLECTOR— Wanted, position as col lector: well acquainted in the city; sal ary no object to begin with. Address "J 50, Globe. 1 COLLECTOR -Situation as collector, by young man who thoroughly under stands the business; is strictly honest and can furnish iirst-class references. •" II 38, Globe. 154-57 COACHMAN— single man aged twenty-four, wants position as coachman, gardener, etc. ; sober and good references, Oscar Newstrom, 174 West Third st. • ;i COACHMAN— Young Scotchman wants situation as such; thoroughly under stands his business; good references. Ad dress G 97. Globe. .._,'. OACllMAN— situation wanted by a Ger man as coachman or to take care of horses and carriage and yard ; best recom mendations. Adurass M. "0., 491 Wabasha st. 2 COOK— situation as cook by a young man, in hotel, restaurant, railroad or lumber camp. Address A.M., 459 Wabasha si., St. Paul. 6 CIOOK— situation as cook right away. B 0 ' Globe. 6, DENTIST— Wanted, by a graduate, posi -L' tion as assistant: references given if re quired. Address D. D. S., Grand Central ho tel; \ 1 DRIVER who has had several years' ex- J- / perience would like to go with some family to some lake. Address C. Denver, ■157 East Sixth st. JB^i 1 DRIVER— a young man who is ac quainted with the city wants to drive a delivery for any kind of store. A 23. Globe. • (i DRUGGIST— Situation wanted by a young man of eighteen ; has had over two anil one-half years' experience in retail drag j store: can furnish best of references. Ad- I dress F 42, Globe. 155 51* DRUGGIST— Situation wanted by drag- j gist: registered in Minnesota and Da kota: best reference. II 49. Globe. 153-50 j EMPLOYMENT— A young lady wishes j some occupation In a dressmaking or millinery shop; speaks French and German. F 40, Globe. 7 EMPLOYMENT— take care of cows and horses: can give good recommenda tion. Address 1" 0. Globe. 7 j Employment— A young man wants a position at inside work who is acquainted with St. Anthony hill trade and can give good references. Inquire at 433 Selby a v.. city. 7 EMPLOYMENT — Situation wanted: a young man of steady habits would like a position in city; fair education: willing to work. A. G. Woodbury, Red Wing, Minn. 6 EMPLOYMENT — By a young grocery clerk of four years" experience; also confidential bookkeeper; can furnish A 1 references. Address G 19, Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT — Young man, speaks English ana German, would like a situ lion in Wholesale house; honest and willing to wore -, good references. inquire P5 East Seventh st 2-156 EMPLOYMENT— Young man, married, willing to work: speaks and writes tour languages: desires permanent situation; for merly occupied in country store as clerk and bookkeeper: best of references: can give se curity. Address 313 Victoria st. west. 155 EMPLOYMENT— Steady employment in city. by a voting man of steady habits; lair education; willing to work. AW. Globe. | ENGINEER— A situation by a first-class engineer, either for rotary or stationary engine: no objection to going in the coun try. j Address T. Riches, 347 Sherman st. 1 ENGINEER— machinist (Norwegian), licensed to run a stationary engine, de sires employment as engineer, or 111 want of such place, as machinist or fireman; good references given. Address G 83, Globe. 155-150* / l ARDEXER— Wanted, situation by one vJ who understands gardening, care of horse.-* and cows and useful about the house; would go in the county if desired. Address M L. Globe. * " 7 JANITOR— Of twenty-seven years' experi ence, with test of references, wishes a situation. Address A 27. ("lobe. 6 MAN— Wanted, a man to groom two horses and do chores. -Address BY, Globe. 1 POSITION— Wanted, a position in some business house by young man with three years' experience;" speaks German, Swedish and English. Apply Globe. Still water, - " .1 IANO PLAYER— A good piano player wishes a situation. Address G P, 198 Duke st. (j REPORTER— Position wanted as reporter in city; has had eight years' experience; reference given. E. B. 382 Wacouta st. SURVEYOR— Experienced surveyor de sires situation in architect's or surveyor's office; moderate salary. 11.. 17G Carroll' st. 155-157 SALESMAN— Experienced boot and shoe salesman will be open for an engage ment June 4; best of references. Address M B©, Globe, Minneapolis. 1 SALESMAN— Traveling salesman of nine 0 years' experience, with established trade in Minnesota and portions of Dakota, desires to make change of houses and is at liberty June s. Address E7, Globe. 155-58 SALESMAN— A gentleman, kaving the best of New York city references, de sires a positi on as salesman or clerk. Push. Globe. 7 HEEP SHEARER— A job shearing sheep by an experienced hand. Address J 55. Globe. 7 SOLICITOR— Wanted, experienced man to solicit orders for household article. Call at 13 East Seventh St., Room 9. 55 TENOORAPHER-Kxiiertstenographer and typewriter would like work even ings. Address J 22. Globe. 7 TAILORING— Young lady desires situa tion to assist in tailoring. Address X. X.. 540 Rice st. 7 WRlTEß— College student would like to devote Saturdays in office as typewriter or bookkeeper. Address J 16, Globe. 1 AGONMAKER-By a young man. a situation as experienced. Address 595 East Seventh st. 1 ATCHMAN— Wanted, by young man. position as night watchman. Address 1 27, Globe. . 7 MAN— Wanted, a situation by »» young man of twenty-three as watch man or porter; can give good recommenda tions: no objections to leaving city. Address A. T. S.. Globe. ' •_ WORK— Situation wanted by young man twenty years of age. in wholesale house; any employment; has references. Address D 56, Globe. . 7 FOR SALE." NGORA RABBITS for sale, S3 per pair. 11. W. Jones. Hudson. 150-56 BARKER OUTFIT— Three-chair barber outfit for sale very cheap. Address P. M. Sommers, Prescott, Wis. 150-56,' BICYCLE — Fifty-lour inch American Champion bicycle: full ball bearings, half-nickeled, Kirkpatrick saddle; used one season; in good condition ; cheap: $00. W. O. Dolsen. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba general office, St. Paul. 155-56 BICYCLES— For sale, boys' bicycles, new and well made, with rubber tire: tuirtv two-inch wheel; only $10, and thirty-six inch, §12.50. C.W. Y'oimgman, real estate dealer, 115 East Seventh st. 154-160 RICK— tor sale, 20.000 St.. Paul brick. on Colburn and 81. Clair sts., near West Seventh st. short lihe crossing. 155-57 URNITURE— The furniture of a nine room house will be sold cheap and the lease of house transferred to buyer: very cheap rent, and house in the center of city. Apply to 39 Summit ay., corner St. Peter st. 151-167 FOR SALE Two new houses 011 St. Anthony, between Jay and Parriugton; nine rooms; all modern improvements; very easy terms. By owner. 254 Martin st. 155-162 FOR ENGINE AND BOILER, ten-horse: nearly new. Thomas & Adams, 314 Minnesota st. ' . 148-61 GRAVEL and sand for sale in any quan- I tity at Wabasha st. hill. * 105-61 OIL STOVE— Good oil stove for sale cheap : latest improved. 555 Sibley st. 156 REFRIGERATOR— refrigera tor, cheap family size: also two butcher boxes 6x9 and 9x12. No. 10 East Fourth st. 153-159 SAFE sale, new, thirty-inch safe, cheap. All, Globe. - - 154-56 m-VLOON FIXTURES — Elegant and O cheap; rash or time. Wltte Bros., 411 and 413 Fifth ay. south. Minneapolis, Minn. 141-69 ■ TINNER'S TOOLS— a complete set of tinner's tools for sale, almost new, at a bargain. J. L. Ileltz, 74 East Sevent st SITUATIONS WAg___Bl__ ' -female. OOKKEEPER— A lady wishes a situ ation as assistant bookkeeper or cashier. Address D 22, Globe.' 155-156 CLERK— Wanted, by a young lady, a posi- • J tion as clerk in a dry goods "or fruit store. Address C 17. Globe. .."- . 6 COMPANION— Situation as companion to a lady, or nurse girl for one or two small children; will do plain sewing; reference. Miss M, 134 M t. Airy st 6 COOK— Wanted, situation -as good cook and pastry cook, either in gentlemii^ family or private boarding house. Addtes-H by letter only. E. 539' Wabasha st '_]__. COOK— Good plain cook wants a situation ma private family in the city. Address A 8, Globe. 7 OP VIST— By a young lady, to do wriflTi*r ' in an office; can use typewriter. A 58, Globe. "^ 1 COPYIST— A young lady desires a owsL-v tion as copyist or correspondent ;patij use typewriter; good city references. B (8171 Globe. - I Aw- COPYIST— A copyist wants a steady posi tion in some office. Address or call. B. W. 21 West Fifth st _________*' COPYIST— situation as copyist by young lady. Address D 93, Globe. . -" * _*SE DRESSMAKING— Wanted to do first class dressmaking in families : reason able prices. _B_2. Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT— A young lady who fca-Ti worked in an office three years wants' employment: writes business hand and can : furnish references. May A. Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, wort by the day: 542 lower Burr st. ; up stairs. 1 HOI .-.KEEPER— A lady would like a place as housekeeper; good cook and neat housekeeper. Call 162 West Ninth st. HOUSEKEEPER— Bva lady housekeeper with small boy. Call at "the B. W. C, 20 West Fifth, near postoffice. 1 HOUSEKEEPER — a middle aged lady wishes a place in a small family of 4; is a good cook, washer and irouer;" where she can make it her home, Sarah Barnv, St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Paul. Minn. . ' 1 HOUSE WORK— situation wanted by Ger man girl in small family for general - housework; American people "preferred. Ad dress E 10. Globe. 1 HOUSEWORK— Situation wanted by a young girl to do general housework or second work. Call at 722 York st. 1 HOUSEWORK— Two competent German girls want places for general house work : good references. 230 Western, corner Nelson. - • . 7 LAUNDRESS— woman wishes to go out by the day. First class laun dress. Call at -12s Franklin street. 5 MADAMES AND GIRLS will be very well satisfied if they call Monday at the German Ladles 1 Intelligence office: 52 West Tenth near St. Peter. Mrs. Bertram. 155-56 lyri'RSE Situation by a widow to care L l for one or two children. Address C. D.. 40 Gilfillan block. . •; _ 1 FEICE WORK by a voting lady: uiider stands bookkeeping and typewriting;. Ad dress J SO, Globe. " 1 SALESLADY— experienced saleslady wishes a position in dry goods store; speaks several languages; furnishes refer ences. Address A. Liudgreu, 910 Minnehaha __ ' 6 SALESLADY— An active young „• lady would like a position as saleslady or copyist. Address II si. Globe. • 1 SALESLADY' — position as saleslady in millinery store; has good experience. Address M. (__ RIO Minnehaha st. 6 SALESEv-Di— Aii experienced saleslady*' kJ wishes a ° position in some dry goods' store; speaks Swedish and English; best of references. Address F. L., 604 Decatur st, St. Paul. : 5 EAMSTRE>S— one who understands cutting and fitting desires employment in private families. Address COO Dayton ay. SEWING— seamstress wants sewing_in*» families: can do children's clothes*. references given. GG A 33. Globe. _1" SEWING— Family sewing or dresssmaking wanted by good seamstress. Address,! 80. Globe. Iffl EWJNG GIRL— A respectable girl wcLld' like to get a situation as second girl" or sewing ma private family. Address B 83, Globe. * 5 SHORTHAND— Situation wanted by an experienced young lady, with "fcur years' experience in shorthand or typewrit ing, in office; can give references. Address F 59, Globe. . ■ ;■ <; TEN'OGRAPHER-Competent lady de sires work after 7 p. m. ; satisfactory references furnished. Address Miss Davis", Clifton Hotel. City. j i I'l'fctViiH'iiK- would like to do work.- A for practice on Remington evenings and Saturdays. E 23, Globe. 1 WASHING— A woman would like to work by the day washing or ironim* or house-cleaning. Mrs. Mary'Keeiiev, 421 Martin st. " " 1 A\, EITER— A young lady would like a »r situation as writer or copyist. Ad dress M. _6_ East Third st. ' 1 HOIESHS A->ls CAIiI".IA<.K.S. BUGGIES— a few days only we oiler "for cash, our regular 575 top buggy for §02.50; also our regular 880 top buggy for 567.50; open buggies for 852.50 and $57.50 E. M. Hollowell & Co.. 503 to 511 Minne sota st. r__ 155-56 CARRIAGES, buggies of every style at lower prices tnau can be bought of • any other dealer in St. Paul; two-seat car riages, buggies, phaetons, surreys, rockaways, cabriolets, jumpseats, canopy tops, carts, two-seated wagons, express and delivery wagons and harness. * Call, before purchas ing. King's carriage rooms. Fourth and Min nesota. 145* FOR SALE— Second-hand hack: five-glass landaus; good condition; cheap for cash. A. Nippolt 181 Eighth st _ 155-01 ' FOR*. SALE Bay horse -five years old, sound and kind, suitable for 'family or general use ; also buggy , and harness; will sell separate or together. 455 Goodhue st. 150-156. ENTLEMANS ROADSTER For Side Five years old, sound and fast. Ad dress G 100. Globe. 154-56 HEAVY, MEDIUM and light-weight horses; also mules for sale. Griggs Bros., Fillmore ay.. near South Robert st. 152-50 FOR SALE— A carload of fine driving and draft horses at rear of 115 Dakota aye. !* HORSE — For sale cheap — Handsome pony; good under saddle or harness. 272 Jackson st 155-61 HORSE— Wanted, a good driving horse as part payment on 5000 lot on Dayton's bluff. Apply to M. B, Corsow, No. 300 Jackson st 151-57 ORSE FOR SALE— A four-year-old horse cheap; good driver. Address or call 178 Main st. 150-157 INSURE your horses and cattle in The Sterling Live Stock Insurance company, 509 Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. 130* DOT ARRIVED at W. E. Schuttes sale stable. Rosabel st, between Third and Fourth sts., from Lake City, five pair of matched family carriage horses, six single drivers, three of them pacers: all of them nicely bred : also one team five years old weight 3,200. 156-59 AETON— "Wonderful phaeton"— finest pleasure vehicle ever built for the money. Fall leather top and leather cur tains; large rolling dash: elecant new style lamps; fully warranted, §125." E. M. Hollo well & Co. 155-56 SADDLE PONY— For sale, a lady's saddle pony; gentle and kind. Apply to C.'J.. Monfort Windsor hotel, or can be seen at Windsor stables, comer St. Peter and Fourth sts. 155-57 ANTED— horse and buggy for equity in a good lot in South St. Paul. Ad dress E 27. Globe, 154-56 'ANTED— hire for the summer".., horse and buggy, or two horses arid carriage: excellent care guaranteed. 'Ad- 5 dress A 83. Globe. 154-56 ' ' "»'■ "____________■ TO J_JJ___ ■• ': : ALL XI of household effects bought for cash. Address C 93, Globe: wilt 5 call at residence. 155-99 ENGINE— Wanted, second-hand, five to' eight horse power. Address Tucker, 1 Weiser & Co., Lake Benton, Minn. 150-57 ; UMBER WANTED — Dry basswood' one-inch lumber, by Foley Bros., Power block, Nicollet Island. 155-58 AGS, 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 dealer in pa permaker's supplies; reference, any respon sible firm In the city. 262 Jackson st, St Paul. Minn. Telephone, 753. call 3. 310* MISCELLANEOUS. ~ BOOKKEEPING— Books opened, closed posted, expert work, etc. F. Sprague', room r 252, Drake block, St. Paul. 122* ETROIT LAUNDRY— Branch office at Johnson's, Minnesota Transfer, Minn. ■ - 154-160 , * JOHNSON'S HOUSE, Minnesota !Trans fer; open all night 154-160 TEAM POWER CARPET CLEANING Works— Wm. Helps,sßo Robert st. Tele phone, 840-5. 155-158 WRITING 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 Sot tod delivered i telephone .s_-2. . 103* 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 WANTS CAN BE LEFT '\\ ".;,' FOR INSERTION IN . THE GLOBE. A, LYONS & TICKNOR, Druggists, 707 East. Third street corner Bates. CONGER BROS.. Druggists, 349 University avenue, corner Virginia. . MOUNTS <_ SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash 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 , PRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue. J. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street ', F. VAN DUYNB, Druggist 828 East Sev 1. enth street HIPPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, 199 . East Seventh street -:..' JOfiN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY, 470 Jackson street ■J ILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. ■ M. D. MERRILL, books and stationery, 442 Broadway. AUCTION SAT,ES. A. 11 . -%'icolay. Auctioneer. O VALUABLE RICE STREET BUSI *_J ness Lots Next to Corner Aurora ay. and Near University aY„ at Auction— H. Nieo lay will sell at auction Monday afternoon, June ll, 1888, at 3 o'clock, on" the ground on Rice st adjoining the comer of Aurora ay., three very desirable business lots ready for immediate improvement. This location for business purposes is unsurpassed: the costly business structures now being erected in its vicinity, in addition to the main- stores occupied and doing prosperous and "profita ole business, is the strongest evidence and proof for the great demand now existing for more stores iv this part of Rice st. for all (hisses of business. Its wonderful aud phe nomenal growth recommends this property tor investment, being in the very heart of the best business section of Rice" st, within one block of the University and Ricest horse i cars. A iirst-class building of French fiats with stores below would be an excellent im provement, owing to the large frontage of I this property. Rice st is fast becoming a | principal business thoroughfare, and must | soon double in value these lots in a very short time. Capitalists and investors are in vited to attend this attractive auction sale, j which will be peremptory to the highest bid her. Terms easy. For maps and further ! particulars call on or address A. 11. Nicolav, real estate auctioneer, at the Nicolav Real I Estate Exchange, No. 110 East Fourth st.. | opposite National German-American bank building. Our real estate auction sale No. I I '- 71 '-' . 155-103 j — — — | liavanagh «fc Paul. Auctioneers. j / CONTRACTORS. ATTENTION— j will sell at auction, at our mart at the rear of our store, 107 East Seventh st. on Tuesday, June 12, commencing at 10 a. m., ' the entire outfit of a large railroad con tractor. The goods consist of two wagons, I twelve carts, fifteen wheel-scrapers, thirty j weeelbarrows, sixteen scrapers, twelve tents, I cook stoves, tinware, pots, knives, forks, I dishes, etc. ; also 100 pairs blankets, and j about 2,000 pounds of drill steel. These | goods must be sold, and it will pay you to I attend this sale: terms cash. These goods can be seen at our mart on and after June 0. Kavanagh & Dahl, auctioneers, 107 Fast Seventh st. 155-156 Sansoiite-s Co.. Auctioneers. j Office. 232 East Seventh st A DESIRABLE HOUSE. BARN AND Lot at Auction— will otter for sale at public auction, without reserve and on easy terms, at 718 Magnolia st . St. Paul, east , of Greenbrier ay., on Wednesday, June 0, * rain or shine, at 3 p. m.. sharp, that lovely situated house, barn and lot 5. block 3, i Arlington Hills. 40x125 feet, with all im- j provements thereon : the house consists of ! seven airy rooms, within six blocks of street j car tracks: by fall extension of Payne aye ! nue cars will go within four doors "of prop erty ; terms easy. For further particulars ap ply to Sansome's Co., auctioneers, 232 East | Seventh st. 155-58 t j A. -tor--. Auctioneer. ÜBLIC AUCTIONEER— Charges rea sonable. Office 181 East Seventh. 52* j -HISI"S"ESS €ITA-¥CI-S- ' (■ooeli A Falile. j . 51 East Fourth St. OARDING HOUSE - Twelve rooms; I price tells; §450; full of roomers; cheap ! rent CIGAR STORE— of city; price. $350; we have another at 8500; they j are cheap and must be sold, URNISHED FLAT — Twenty-three ! rooms; pays $109.50 net profit per I month : can be made to pay more. CTCHER SHOP— Worth §000: will sell j _ for §150: all cash trade. RESTAURANT, pool-room, commission | AY business, ice business, stationery store, I hand and steam laundry, bakery*, "grocery I store, barber shop, anything you want WE AYE the largest line of business ; chances in this city. Gooch & Falde. _ • 155-58 ' I miscellaneous Business Chances | A GROW" STORE for sale on one of x"» the best business streets in West St Paul ; references at Anthony Yoerg's brewery. 155-156 - ' FOR SALE I46 Broadway, stock and fixtures entire neat clean little con ■ fectionery and stationery store; §300. 153-158 FOR SALE— Hotel De Batlo, Bed Wing, Minn., corner of Plum and Fourth sts. ; 3-story brick building furnished throughout with good furniture; a sixty-room house; good well, cistern, basement and saloon; i both gas and electric light; three lots and ! good barn, also good water works in the ; building. Address Joseph Batlo, Red Wing, I Minn. 155-61 j OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— j and notion business; established trade"; fine location: cheap rent; about§l,2oo. Ad- ! dress B 72, Globe. 154-156 ! FOR SALE— By owner, furniture and lease j of a lliirteen-room boarding and lodging | bouse; rooms all full of desirable tenants; | modern conveniences. Call or address 215 Pearl. 154-150 I f"*OR SALE— Complete outfit for billiard ; -T hall: three best tables, twelve maple j chairs, showcase, oil paintings, at your own ] figures. Address A. Heiuz, American house, St. Paul. 152-156 MANUFACTURERS and businessmen who desire to locate in growing town. in a well-developed country, are invited to write to George R. ""Stevens, secretary board j of trade, Paynesville, Minn. 151-00 ARTNER WANTED -An attorney; | . thirty years of age, a hard worker, can control some business, has a good acquaint ance in the Northwest, would like to form a hartnership with an established linn or an other attorney. B 5-1. Globe. 155-57 I PARTNER— Wanted, partner in an estab lished manufacturing business; young man preferred ; $1,500 required; an oppor tunity worth investigating. Address Manu facturer. Globe. 155-01 RINTERS— will buy a well equipped job office; everything new: good opening for Democratic paper; a rare chance. Address "William," Globe. 153-59 (PMAA TAKES my billiard hall and cigar «j?OUU store. 148 Fairfield ay. ; tqi» is a snap. 150-157 BOARD OFFERED. BOARD— A large front room with board. Address C 11. Globe. 155-157 BOARD WITH ROOM— Hague ay., 648; furnished room with board for two gen tlemen, with 6 o'clock dinners. 154-57 BOARD— young men can get table board at $3 per week at 211 Pearl st - 155-156 OAKD- Day board at 210 West Fifth st. near Seven Corners. 155-56 OARDlNG— select table board, 155 East Twelfth st . corner Jackson. 154-161 CEDAR ST., 630, Opposite Central Park- Pleasant rooms, with or without first-class board : nicest location and view ; near busi ness few desirable table boarders accommo dated; close prices; gentleman roommate wanted. - 155-56 EIGHTH ST.. 450, EAST— class rooms and board ; all modern improve ments: large grounds; suitable for families. ■ 156 EIGHTH ST., 314, EAST— Nicely fur nished rooms with board. 155-156 EIGHTH ST.. 275, EAST— For rent fur nished rooms with first-class board. 155-101 JOHN ST., 430— Good board and room can be had at 439 John st Rooms well fur nished. '■■-'.'. 154 60 ROBERT ST., 526— R00m and board. 155-56 OEVENTH ST., 232, WEST— For rent O nicely furnished rooms, single or double, with board: terms moderate. 155-161 ASHINGTON ST., 385— One front room and one side room, with board ; near Rice park, _& 5_ -TORBTEWT.V _______ Houses. FLAT— From June 1 to Oct. l, the corner flat, first story, eight rooms, of 562 St Peter st, all furnished or unfur nished : use of piauo, bath, hot water, elec tric bell ; all modern improvements. Call at house or at 28 East Fourth st M. D. Miller. 131-160 , - HOUSE One house and several tenements for rent, from §20, $15, 810, $8, §6; 254 Commercial st «* 143* HOUSE A ton-room house on Summit ay., furnished or unfurnished. Inquire room 37, German- American Bank block. 154-156 HOUSE— rent uutil Sept. 1 next, a desirable house on Portland ay. Ad dress 11. M. Smyth, 325 Robert st. 155-157 HOUSES— five and one seven-room house. Inquire at 333 Banfil st. 155-50 HOUSE— rent after June 1, 482 Ash ■ land ay., furnished references required. C. W. Copley, Ban it of Minnesota. . 15 4- 15 6 HOUSE — For rent, small house, good water; 253 East Fourteenth st, corner of Canada. 155-156 HOUSE— Furnished house, seven rooms, to rent to party with references ; mod ern conveniences: reasonable. Joy, Man itoba general office. ~ f - :^.- " 155-56 HOUSE— Eight-room house for rent. . 408 East Fifth st. : inquire on premises. 155-56 HOUSE— A seven-room house on Seventh. Inquiie 712 East Seventh st 155-56 HOUSE— 75 Summit ay. : handsomely fur nished, for rent for one year. Inquire 77 Summit ay. . 155-56 HOUSE— For ient, nine-room house, fur nished, at Irvine Park. Inquire 55 Ir vine Park. 155-57 HOUSE— Rent to first-class tenant, elegant eleven-room house on Pleasant ay. ing all conveniences, cellar, bath, lauudrv v ith stationary tubs, hot and cold water on every flooi : references required. I. N. Snow, 38 East Third st. 155-150 HOUSE AND BARN— Nine-room house: modern improvements: 1143 Randolph st; 535. James O'Meora, 303 Jackson st 154-100 . Rooms. ROADWAY", 007, CORNER OF FlP teenth st— Three or five furnished rooms for housekeeping; use of bath. 155-157 BROADWAY. 528— For rent, handsomely furnished front parlor; fine location"; bath, etc., in house. 155-158 CEDAR ST., 488 — Elegantly-famished front room, also one single room; mod ern conveniences; location central. 155-56 CEDAR ST., 343 near Fourth — Fur < nished rooms to rent; house newly papered and furniture new. . 155-56 - CIEDAR. 500. DIRECTLY" OPPOSITE > Capitol— Elegant front rooms; each suit able for two gentlemen. 155-56 COLLEGE A v.. 48— One, two or three first-class furnished rooms, with all ac commodations. 155-56 COLLEGE AY., -JO WEST— Nicely fur nished rooms; suitable for one or two gentlemen. Modern improvements. 152-60 DOUGLAS ST., 72— Two nicely furnished rooms. 155-161 EIGHTH ST., 229— Unfurnished con nected rooms, lower floor, to parties without children; private house, desirable oration. 155-156 EIGHTH ST., 270, EAST— Three un - furnished rooms for light housekeeping and one large furnished room. 155-56 IGHTH ST., 257, EAST-For reut. nicely furnished front room for 510 per month. 155-01 CVYCHANGE ST., 25 WEST— Furnished -L_ front room, suitable for lady and gent. or two gentlemen: terms reasonable. . 155 : 57 EXCHANGE ST., 383— Nicely-furnished rooms for rent with bath"; best table board in the city next door. 155-150 XCHANGE ST., 394— Furnished rooms for rent. 155-150 EXCHANGE ST., 25, WEST— For rent, furnished front room, suitable for 1 idy and gent or two gentlemen. 1-00 FLATS For rent, new five-room flats, Rice St., near the bridge. R. J. Lewis, 91 East Fourth st. 155-50 FLAT— For rent, residence Sal: three front rooms; third story of 209 West Seventh st. William G. Robertson, Room 202 Drake block, or Charles T. Cardigon, Forepaitgh block. 155-56 FLAT— A flat of five rooms corner of Kent st. and St. Anthony ay. Inquire room 37 , German-American Bank block. 154-56 FIFTH ST., 255 WEST— Booms for rent, in suitor single. ' 155-56 FOURTH ST., 04. WEST— For rent, four rooms for housekeeping. 155-50 IGLEHART ST., 84— Booms, furnished or A unfurnished; not for light housekeep j ing; references. 155-58 IGLEHART ST.. 52— Pleasant furnished room for one or two gentlemen, in a quiet, private family: room; rent, §10. 151-57 JOHN ST., 058— To rent, nicely furnished front room and alcove for either one or two ladies or marrie i couple. 155-160 JACKSON ST., 007— One large, niceiy-rur nished room ; also one good side room private family. : 155-157 JACKSON ST., 504 -Elegantly furnished *J suite of parlors: also, one room, third floor front; board if desired. 153 59 MARKET ST., 350-For rent, an elegant -ILL furnished front alcove room for two gentlemen; also one side room. 155-57 OLIVE ST., 307, corner Somerset— Four unfurnished rooms for light housekeep ing- 155-01 OLMSTED ST., 233- Four- rooms for housekeeping; city water and bath. 156 PARK PLACE, SO-One nicely furnished room to well recommended gentleman. 155-57 EARL ST.. 209— Three rooms on first floor, suitable for giving table board or light housekeeping. 155-57 PLEASANT AY., 183— Furnished rooms for rent; convenient to board and cable cars. v 155-57 PLEASANT AY., 179— First-class furn rooms; modem conveniences; board next door. 147-153 RA msey ST., 148, Between West Sev enth and Wilkin Sts.— rent, large furnished front room; also two rooms en suite ; light, pleasant and airy; closets and bath. / 155-50 EANEY ST.. 1029— Four up-stairs rooms for housekeeping; city water; good neighborhood; rent $10. 154-50 OOMS-§4O A MONTH-3 rooms aud alcove: modern improvements. Inquire of Geo. W. Dieter, 046 Burr st. 155-150 ROOM— One front furnished room. "103 East Fifth st., or apply H. C. Hemmen way. comer Robert and Fifth. 145-146 ROOM— alcove room to reut; with or without board; centrally located. Ad dress C 7. Globe. 152-59 ROOMS— Four large rooms, handsomely * furnished for housekeeping; location first class. Address Reed, Globe. 148-159 SEVENTH ST., 50, EAST — Two un furnished rooms to rent. Mrs. Schlegel. ' 155-57 SEVENTH ST , 309, WEST— Furnished rooms, §fi to $8 per month. 155.250 SELBY AY., 760— For rent, one targe front room, unfurnished; also one nicely furnished. 155-57 ST. ANTHONY AYE., 225— For rent handsome furnished front room with al cove; suitable for one or two gentlemen. 155-57 UMMIT AY., 77— Rooms, single and en suite. . 155-56 SUITE of four rooms, from June 5; ref erences required. B. F. Kuauft. 340 East Seventh st 153-59 IBLEY ST.. 555— Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. F. J. Up- am. 150 TILTON ST., 58— rent three front bedrooms 152-158. ILTON ST.. Furnished room, mod ern improvements and good accommo dations for $10. 155-57 EMPERANCE ST., 470 BETWEEN Eighth and Nintn st— Nicely furnished rooms for rent. 155-56 HIRD ST., 301.2. WEST, ROOM 6— Unfurnished ; one large or three en suite. 155-56 HIRTEENTH ST., 320 EAST— Large front room suitable for two gentlemen, on street car line. : - 155-61 WELFTH ST., EAST 155— One fur nished and one unfurnished room ; rear entrance. _■ 154-56 NIVERSITY AY., 206— For rent, three unfurnished rooms on ground floor; hard and soft water; §10. ':.-:: 155-57 ABASHA ST., 550— Four newlyand elegantly furnished rooms for gentle men. Apply at 552. 152-158 ABASHA ST., 574— A nicely fur nished room with gas and use of bath room. 155-57 ABASHA ST., 574— A finely furnished room, with gas and use of bath room. - ' ■ . 152-54 i WESTERN AY., 168— Large, nicely fur nished room, three doors from cable. - ' 153 WILLIUS ST,'. 481, FACING LA fayette Park— Newly furnished room, suitable for one or two gentlemen ; refer ences. - . 150-57 H n * so many "Want" ads in Sunday's Globe -WtaittfVVftflillMA for REirr. - Stores. ' -. - STORE— rent.large retail store on East Seventh st., between Wabasha and Cedar. Apply to Blakemore & Angeli, 25 East Sev enth st. 155-57 STORE— Knauftblocii; good locality. In quire B. F. Knauft, 340 East Seventh st. ' - 153-15!) STORE— of store, comer Minne sota and Third sts. Address J, 42 Globe. ■ 150-56 STORE FOR RENT— number one place for a drug store. E. J. Lewis, 91 East Fourth st. 155-56 STORE— rent, store, on corner of Brad ley and Hopkins sts. Inquire of D. B. Merrill. 319 Jackson st. ■ 155-156 Offices. OFFICE— A desirable corner oflice on tne second floor of the Globe building. In quire of St. Paul Real Estate Title Insurance Company. 136* OFFICE— Desirable room for office : south west comer Third and Robert sts. For information call on Pease Bros. 155-57 miscellaneous. DESKROOM— rent, deskroom cor ner Third and Jackson. sts., Room 5, Hale block. 154-160 riiVAIVCIAI,. MONEY is loaned by us on improved • real estate security in" St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth at 6, 6*,., 7, 7*2 per cent, on shortest notice for auv amount. R. M. Newport* Son. investment bankers, 152, 153 and 151 Drake block, St. Paul. 73* NO. 1 8 PER CENT semi-annual inter est mortgages for sale; all on good property and by responsible men; §100, $550, two of $700 each, $800, $1,000, $2,000; persons in search of 8 per cent pa per cannot do better. Rothschild & Thurs ton, 131 East Fifth st. 155-157 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. Mackev, manager. Room 14, First National bank build ing. St. Paul, and Room 7, Mackey-Leeg block, Minneapolis. 250* jV] ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per -111. sonal property, household furniture, horses, etc. ; also on diamonds and jewelry; commercial paper discounted. Security Loan Co., 325 Jackson St., J. E. Flanigan, manager. ■.-■.;, 162* ]\/[ ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per ILL sonal property, diamonds, jewelry.furni ture, horses, etc.; commercial paper and time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard & Co.. 126 East Third st. 291* [\/TONEY TO LOAN on short time in small ILL amounts on personal property security. L. G. Kilborn, 43 East Fourth st., Room 40. 129-59 MONEY TO LOAN— In small or large ILL sums; no delay. J. C. Stout _: Co., 324 Jackson st. 113* ONEY TO LOAN-By Hunt & Sever ance, 34 East Third St., room 1; in large and small amounts on furniture, horses, carriages, libraries, warehouse receipts, etc.; the same to remain in the owner's posses sion; also on watches, jewelry, .diamonds, etc; business strictly confidential; a private room for ladies.' 292* MONEY TO LOAN on improved and un improved city property, at usual rates; no delay. Paget & Smith, Room 49, German- American bank. 73* fl/l ONEY TO LOAN on real estate, and -ILL . good first mortgages bought and sold by 1). H. Michaud, real estate aud loans, 333 Jackson st. 155-01 ONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, trom SI up, on watches, diamonds and all goods of value ; special rates on sums of $50 and over. . J. E. Ingham, 327 Jackson st, 2-10* J\/f ONEY TO LOAN on improved and un l»i improved city property at lowest rates without delay. Purchase money mortgages bought and sold. Killiard &"Burtoii. 323 Jacksou St., St. Paul. 152-158 jl/IONEY TO LOAN on diamonds, ILL watches, and all goods of value. Pri vate office for consultation. George R, Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. S2* <5«-j (\ S-,5, 850, SSIOO TO LOAN on fur- - "4PJ-L/ 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. 309V2 Jacksou St., Rooms 1 and 2. (35* BEAT, ESTATE FOR SATJ:: Miscellaneous City List. FINE BRICK BLOCK FOR SALE —$15,000 for the best brick block ou West Seventh st., corner James st., opposite the German Catholic church; all rented, bringing nearly $1,500 a year; no better built block and no finer location for business aud increase iv value. Inquire of A. R. Kiefer, 190 East Seventh st., Kiefer Block, Room 3. ■ 152-161 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE for st Paul real estate, part cash, a first-class wheat and stock farm, 160 or 320 acres. Ad dress E. L. Fales, Box 2199, St. Paul. 155-56 FOR SALE — a new nine-room house at Hamline, and an elegant new house at St. Anthony park; also several snaps in lots. Odin G. Clay & Co., Globe building. 154-163 REAL ESTATE for sale cheap; nice acre and five-acre lots fronting on lakes three to five miles from St. Paul at $150 to $200 per acre and lots and lots with houses at all prices on and near Rice st. on easy terms. J. F. Eiseumenger, 472 Rice st. ' 134-163 SNAP for some one wanting to make an investment; $*-'<)() lot for $600; I must sell this week. Address 31. Globe. 155 61 J.OST AKl> FOU3l>. LOAK LOST— Left in reception room of the Ryan hotel, June 3, a lady's cloak, lined with blue silk and bearing name of "Mrs. Carr, Providence, R. I." Please leave at hoiel desk and receive reward. 156-58 DOG LOST— Mexican dog with license and a couple of Dells attached to neck. Return to 90 Washington st. and re ceive reward. 155-158 ACE COLLAR LOST— Between College ay., St. Peter st. and Rice park, on Sat urday, a child's hand-made lace collar and gold pin : tinder will be rewarded by return iug to Mrs. Reed. 57 West College ay. 150 ARE FOUND— gray mare and a buckskin colored colt, two years old. L. H. Scofield, near shot tower, West Seventh st- 150-157 i>m:»*r*-i Uiix,. DRESSMAKER— a first-class dressmaker at 491 Fuller st. ; call im mediately. 1 HE FOLLETT SYSTEM of dresscutting is now taking the lead. Its simplicity, its beautiful lines and curves, its absolute correctness, command the admiration of all who have used it. Agent wanted. Patterns cut to measure at Mrs. Elliott's, 24 Mann heimer Block. 148-178 ADVERTISED. List of Unclaimed Letters Re maining in the Postoffice, St. Paul, Minn., June 4, 1888. Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by ob serving the following rules: First— Direct plainly to the street and num ber of the house. Second— letters with the writer's full address, including street and number, and request answers to be directed accordingly. Third— Letters to strangers or transient vis itors in the city, whose special address may be unknown, should be marked in the left hand corner, "Transient." This will pre vent their being delivered to persons of the same or similar names. Fourth— Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space be tween the stamp and directions for post marking without defacing the writing. Persons calling for letters in this list will please say they are advertised; otherwise they will not receive them. i WILLIAM LEE, Postmaster. Abbott M A Anderson Mrs Clara dams F H Anderson Mary Ann Frank Anderson Carl Alberts Chas Anderson Israel Alexander Wm Anderson Nels Allen J J Anderson Mark 2 Allison W W Anderson Vamer Ambler Mrs R T Armstrong James H Amey Benjamin ■' AshforthJG Apple ton Bertha Austine Geo W Anderson Miss Anna Avery A G Marie Babb Mrs Nora Berglund Julia achman August BeverA Bagby A W >-• Bickuell II P ' Baird R O Bigelow Gilbert M Balding James Biggs W Baldwin Mrs O W Birdo James Baldwin William Blake Mrs Phil Bark R Henry Bleakay A M Barlow James Bloomquist G.ustav . Barlow John Bobrovsky Miss Dora Barnard Chas E .. Bohen E li, Barron Mrs Lydia Boorill Thomas Bauerle Henry Bouham Clifford Beach Mrs Harry Bowman Andrew Beaudel Flavian Mmc Bowas Mr Becker George . 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Anderson Gust Johanson Miss Lena Backman Karalina Johnson Clt Brinkman Mrs M Johanson Mathilda Carlson Miss Christine Jonson Thoward Carlson John Kielberg Ida E CoberJohu Knobloech MrsElenora Covel 11 P Lavotore Al Dantra Geovara Marritti Carmine Editor of the Mail Marritti Dominica Giglioti Francisco Marritti Gussippe Goldblum S Messelt Gedeue John.* .Hagman C son (2) '..-.>.:.. ?, Hairlund Otto Mocagni G Hillstrom Charles Perrifa Sarafino Holmquist Anton Peterson F M Jansen Mina Rund Gina . ."-, HVSTBUCTIOH. - NNA C. DREW school shorthand, tvpe writingand telegraphy; tirst-elass and' exclusive; learn now for positions la the fall. Address Elva J. Wilcox, Hale block, comer Third and Jackson sts. 103* T THE Sl\ PAUL BUSINESS" college the commercial course la most complete and practical; shorthand and typewriting taught by experienced! and thoroughly competent teachers; a German class conducted by a natives teacher; English branches during the summer term ; rates of tuition very low. Our large patronage and the number of teacher* employed enables us to give more and belter instruction than can be obtained elsewhere. Address corner Seventh and Jackson. 102-7:; UETISS BUSINESS COLLEGE— Mort practical course of study; most compe tent aud experienced teachers; largest rind most suitable rooms; individual instruc:io-i a special feature in all departments; low. rates of tuition. Our large patronage enab' us to give more aud better instruction tha: , ; given in any other school in the city or state. Besides the commercial and shorthand de partments, we have, during the summ v. classes in all the English branches. Add: ss corner Third and Wabasha sts. 1 _ 3 UITAR INSTRUCTION— Instrum i selected for purchasers free of ch»>e. Malcolm E. Nichols, 507 Grand Opera I*-: '. ... ST. PAUL SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE - Instruction given in the French. Genu n. Italian, Spanish and English language-; ac cording to the celebrated Melsterschafi ,-s tern, a wonderfully short and simple me •> 1 . of acquiring a practical knowledge of ha above languages; day and evening cla- • >-: only 50 cents per lesson. W. S. Betts. 171" West Sixth St.. St. Paul. Minn. ].'. . __! . OTUDENTS PREPARING TO ENTK«; O Eastern colleges or wishing to continue their studies during the summer thoroi; ;hlv tutored in Latin, Greek or mathematics by specialists in those branches. Address a i) i. : Globe. ' .: ■ ■•■■■. IT).") ■!;»•] SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING--^ Lessons day, evening, and by mail. Mai' coim E Nichols, &07 (.«_id QfSH, bjo-jj*j|J ~*» 7