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ST: PAUL WANTS.
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[47 words| .47 .19 1 .55 1.91 2. 27 2.63 words] .4?' .8-1:22.214.171.124 1 .922.28 2.64 49 words .491' .86|1.23|1.60*1.97|2.34j2.71 50 words; .50 .88 1.26|1.64|2.0212.40|2.78 , Compound words couut two words, and pevery abbreviation counts the same as a full Iword. In Every Case the Money Must Accom pany the Order. gITUATIOgS Oi'FE_£l-l>- ittal«v GENTS and solicitors in Minnesota and Dakota at big pay for a large Eastern life insurance company. C 15, Globe.lo2-08 AGENTS— Wanted, respectable, energetic men to canvass this city for the Metropol itan Life Insurance company; good terms are given tO workers, and only tins' that want .to work need apply to 67 and 68 Chamber of Commerce. * 166-173 AGENTS— Wanted, agents to Handle the "new Chemical Ink-Erasing Pencil; greatest novelty ever produced; erases ink in two seconds,* no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent profit. One agent's sales amounted to 8620.00 in six days, another to $32.00 in two hours; . territory ab solutely free; salary to good men; no la dies need answer: sample 35 cents. For terms and full particulars, address the man ufacturer.-. J. W. Skinner & Co., Onalaska, Wis. 162-167 AGENT'S— We have several new looks on Which we give very liberal terms; write for particulars. Empyreal Pub"g House, St. Paul, Minn. 155-S4 AGENTS WANTED— Everywhere; new thins, just out: immense profits. Ad dress, with stamp, 1900 Fifth aye. north, Minneapolis. Minn. 162-16S AL J Sill ROOM AND COFFEE Ilous-e has been opened at corner Sixth and Jackson, under Thompson's news store, by M. Y. Bridges; late of New York Restaur ant. 100-166 BAKISEL-— Wanted, good white barber: steady Job and good wages. L. C. Tatro, New Richmond, Wis. 106-68 Altitun— Wanted, a. 285 East Seventh St. : steady job for the right man. 5 BARBER— a first-class colored barber at 10 East Fairfield; good wages for the right man. 164-66 BARREN— A No. 1 man at corner Third and Minnesota sts., at M. Sigo. 5 EAJSBEK —Wanted, first-class colored barber; wages §ls per week; steadvjob. Address J. F. Taylor, Fargo. D.ik. 165-170 BARBER— Wanted, a first-class white ; barber immediately: voting man pre ferred. P. <1. Box 101. Cunningham & Sen rick, Wabasha. .Minn. 100-72 B-LRBER— Good barber wanted at 627 East Seventh st. ; steady job. 4 Ci OO PE Its— Wan ted, five good tight barrel > coopers. St. Paul Parrel company, St. Paul, Minn. 106 BOTTLER us foreman and run a ma chine: good pay to right man. Address P. 11. U'l.e.uy. Big Stone City, Dak. 165-67 BOYS— who can sing solos; also men who tan sing bass: call at room No. 5, '104, East Third st.. Thursday nud Friday after 7 p. m._ Instructions free. 106 BOY— Wanted, an errand boy at the North western Stamp Works, 43" East Third st. BOY wanted in barber shop. Corner Cedar and Seventh ste. 4 COOK— By an experienced man of steady habits as head cook in good hotel. Address F 26. Globe. 5 ARRIAGE PAINTER wanted immedi ately at I*. J. Connors', No. 306 North Main St.. Stillwater. Minn. 105-66 CARPENTERS to work at White Bear lake. Apply 255 West Fifth St., 7a. m. CLERK— Wanted, an experienced retail shoe clerk: American preferred: state salary expected; references required. D 93, Globe. 4 LEVATOR ROY— Wanted, an experi eneod elevator boy at once. Inquire M. D. Miller & Co., 28 East Fourth st., between 11 and 12 o' clock. 4 MEN wanted to sell patent window screens; good wages. Brooks Bros., 303 and 104 Drake block. 1,; ( ; KESTAfRANT— A man with 5225 can buy one-half interest in restaurant and lunch counter; location best in City. Inquire of Beulke Bros.. 310 East Seventh st. 166 PAINTERS ANin INISHERS— at shop in basement of Drake block at 7 o'clock a. m. P. Long. 5 SAW FlLEß— Wanted, an experienced saw filer; one able to hammer saws; no other need apply. Bonn Manufacturing company. Arcade st.. East St. Paul. 4 STABLE BOY— Boy to work in stable at 700 Cherokee ay. ; must reside near by. Apply after 9 a. m. rear of 167 West Fourth st. 5 TAILOKS-Two tailors, first-class coat -I- and pants makers; come immediately. G. Bolilmanii, Hayward, Mis. 166-169 WAITER— Wanted, a waiter for lunch counter; a German 1 referred. Call at 315 Robert st. . . 5 WANTED— Three cedar block pavers, to ** go to Eau Claire. Wis.: also bed man and three rammers. Scud letter to D A Thatcher. 97 ('lark st.. Chicago. 111. 164-166 l_OA_Sl> UITKRED. BOARD— one or two persons can find nicely furnished room with fust-class board in a new cottage on the shore of a I eautiful lake near the city; frequent trains; near depot; use of boat, piano, etc.; terms moderate. Address E 27. Globe. 166 BOA ED— Large, nicely furnished rooms: fine shade, extensive lawns, beautiful drives and rambles; menu service unexcelled. W. W. Woodruff, Merriam Park. 165-167 BOARD— Private family, one block from the "Albion," St. Anthony bill, desires lour or five nice table boarders: also have furnished room for rent; use ot bath \d drcss 97, Globe. 105-170 BOARD— Two young men wishing . board in private family, will he accom modated at 521 Wabasha. 106-67 BROADWAY, 543— Front room, fur nished, with board, for man and wife or two single men. 10(5 ROADWAY, 543— Nice front room.fur nished, with board, for two gentlemen or man and wife. - 100 BOARD— Front alcove room to rent with first-class board ; references exchanged. Address I. C L, Globe. 162-166 OARD AND ROOM for two quiet gen tlemen, in private family; no children; lady fine German cook ; first-class parties only need apply. At 20 Tilton, near Wabasha. . 102-168 CANADA ST., 505— One large, hand somely furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen: use of bath; first-class table board ; 6 o'clock dinner. 166-69 IGHTH ST.. 342, EAST — First-class board and elegantly furnished rooms, With use of bath and gas. 165-71 IGHTH ST., 275, EAST— For rent, fur nished rooms, with first-class board. _ ... ■- 162-63 FIFTH ST.. 143, WEST— Nicely fur nished room, with board; dinner 6 o'clock. 160-66 OLIVE ST., 497, CORNER OF TENTH For rent, one front furnished room. suitable for two young men ; also board. f > 166-169 SELBY AY.. 239— large furnished ■ front room and clothes room, with board and use of bath. .. 165-160 EVENTH ST., 232, WEST— For rent, nicely furnished room, single or double, with board : also use of bath. 232 West Sev enth street, one block from Seven corners. ■ 162-167 WniTE BEAR— Furnished rooms, with board. Also day board. In pleasant location on lake front. Address, N. Sher man, Patterson Cottage. 166 WASHINGTON ST., 385, Near Rice Furnished rooms with board. 164-07 -;:-:_.--•_. SITUATIONS OFFERED. „ I* einalc. Til EAST SEVENTH— Wanted, wait ress for Duluth; second cook, Spooner: hotel cooks. Achilles* Employment. 106 BUTTON-HOLE MAKER wanted at 516 Mississippi st. ; none but a compe tent one need apply. 4 CHAMBER GlßL— Wanted, one good girl for chamber work and assist with laundry work, aud cue good girl for kitchen work. 275 East Eighth st. : . 4 CloOK — A first-class railroad cook wanted S to go out on the road, who understands his business thoroughly. Address C F.Globe. COOKS, COOKS, COOKS— Good places for cooks. Bee Hive Enterprise, corner Seventh and Robert. 164-169 DRESSMAKER— Wanttd.au experienced dressmaker. Call at once at 612 Tem perance st. qs-_-ga_Bffii 5 ININO-KOOM GIRLS at the Sherman house, corner of Fourth and Sibley sts. . 5 S NINO ROOM GlßLS— Wanted, din ing room girls for the lake. 27 East Seventh st., Room 2. _9___Q_BS__4_ RKSSMAKER — Wanted, two first class waist finishers; also apprentice girls at .Mrs. F. Thompson's; rooms 5 and 6. Mannhelmer Block, •■_•'."' ' '■'■. -!4 KESSMAKEKS wanted at 263- East Tenth st. 166-169 C" 1 1 RL— Wanted, girl fifteen or sixteen years I" old to assist in care of children. Mrs. C. R. Groff, 311 Pleasant aye. 5 /"J.IRL wanted at 408 Ashland ay. 164-66 GIRLS Two Scandinavian girls wanted T at 354 Minnesota st. 4 GERMAN girls and others wanted very bad to fill orders. 52 West Tenth. Mrs! Ber tram. 166-07 GIRLS— First-class places in private fami >" lies and hotels. Please call Bee Hive Enterprise, corner Seventh and Robert. 161-169 GIRLS— Wanted, dining-room girl; also a girl to wash dishes; dishwasher to sleep at home nights, if possible. Call at 62 East Eleventh St., one-half block from capitol. 4 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work iv family of three; good wages for good girl. 57 College aye., fourth flat, east side. 166-68 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework in family of four. Apply 443 Marshall ay. " 4 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, an experienced girl for general housework. Call morn ings, 331 Nelson ay. 4 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work with reference ; good wages. 702 Dayton ay. 4 HOUSEWORK— A girl for general house work; three in family; $12 per month. ISS East Seventh st. * 4 HOUSEWORK— domestic for general housework; German preferred. S. 13 Aurora ay., near head of Robert st. 4 HOUSEWORK— wanted for cooking 'and general housework: German or Swede. Apply to Mrs. E. L. Pryer, 12l> Kent st. 5 HOUSEWORK— a good girl to do general housework. Inquire at 249 East Tenth st, 5 OUSEWORK— a good girl for geueralhouse work. Call at 073 Wab asha. aV^SfS&SB 1 : 5 HOUSEWORK— for general house work; must be good cook. . Apply 79 Mackubin st. ... 5 ETOUSEWOKK— GirI for general house -IA work at 505 Canada st. . 5 OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl to do housework in family of two, at 114*,_ West Third st. 4 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl, fourteen or fifteen years old, for light housework. Apply 599 Selby ay. 4 HOUSEWORK— A good girl for general housework. Call at S3 Isabel st. 4 HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted to do house work at 460 West Seventh st. 4 PI OUSEWORK— good girl for X~! general housework at 159 Fuller st. 5 HOUSEWORK— A girl fcr general house work; small family; inquire in fore noon. -133 Holly ay. * .4 OUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for general housework. Apply at 648 Jackson. 4 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl forge-ieral housework: must be . first-class cook and furnish good references. Apply at 73 Mackubin st., between 10 and 12 in the fore noon. :.*:;4. OUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen eral housework in family of three. 79 Mackubin st. 4 JTCHEN GIRL— -a good Ger man girl for kitchen work. Call at 310 Nelson ay. 4 AUNDRYGIBL— Wanted, laundry girl at Davis* restaurant, 52 East Seventh. 5 AUNDRESS, at Kamaley's, 150 aud 152 East Fourth st. 4 AUNDRY GIRL wanted for Forest Lake; good wages. Please call at 185 V. East Seventh st. 4 IyrURSE GlßL— Wanted, young nurse girl I^l about thirteen to fifteen to mind a baby just toddling. 554 Lincoln ay., second from Oakland. 5 "JVTURSE GIRL WANTED— at 00 1> Park Place. * 5 NURSE GIRL— A nurse girl wanted at 185 East Seventh St., up stairs. 4 NORSES — Professional and others wish ing to better their position should ap ply to the' Nurses' Training agency, 27 East Seventh st., room 30, Mrs. 11. Pirie. man ager 162-67 QEAMSTKESS— Wanted, a good seam- O stress. Call at 106 East Twelfth st. 5 SEAMSTRESS— Competent woman want ed to sew by the day. Call at so Kent st. ECOND GIRL— intelligent girl, understanding care of children; oue that can sew. Apply at once at 039 Cedar St., opposite Central park. 4 AS II EH AND IKONER— A good washer and honor wishes work by the day. Apply at 000 Park aye. __ 5 PERSONALS. FOLLICINE— new preventive ami cure tor baldness, dandruff, itching or irri table scalp. Call or address Mrs. M. Alice Paulson & Co., Boom 2. 392 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn.: satisfaction guaranteed. 147-77 IP W. H. KIENSTRA will inquire at 143 Fourth st. he will find his mother. M. Kienstra. 165-171 MADAME D. GROASE, the most relia ble clairvoyant and mind reader; free test before sitting. 181 Vi East Seventh st. 104 -OS* MADAM TEITSWORTH, St. Pauls oldest aud best clairvoyant fortune teller, 402 Minnesota St., between Sixth and Seventh. 102-08 MRS. DONALD, magnetic healer, trance medium and clairvoyant. 430 Waba sha st., corner Seventh St., Room 21, second floor. 101-07 MRS. PABTBIDK. of Minueapolis, Clairvoyant and magnetic, is located at 171 East Seventh St.. St. Paul: paralysis, rheumatism and nervous diseases a specialty, 164-70 . ■-. ADAM BLANCH, the greatest mind reader and fortune-teller in the world, 467 East Seventh St.. to call on her. She is the most reliable of all. : - . - 164-70 INSTRUCTION. ANNA C. DREW school shorthand, type writing aud telegraphy; first-class and exclusive; learn now for "positions in the fall. Address Elva J. Wilcox, Hale block, corner Third and Jackson sts. 103* T THE ST PAUL BUSINESS college the commercial course is most complete and practical; shorthand and typewriting taught by experienced and thoroughly competent teachers; a German class conducted by a native teacher; English branches during the summer term ; rates of tuition very low. Our large patronage and the number of teachers employed enables us to give more and better instruction than can be obtained elsewhere. Address corner Seventh and Jackson. 102-73 U ITAR INSTRUCTION— Instruments selected for purchasers free of charge. Malcolm E. Nichols. 507 Grand Opera Block. 134* SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND typewriting— system ; lessons day, evening or by mail; send for circulars. Miss J. D. Hess, Union Block. 162* HORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING— Lessons day, evening, and by mail. Mal colm E Nichols, 507 Grand Opera block. ■ 134* WANTED TO RUN. ALL KINDS of household effects bought for cash. Address C 93, Globe: will call at residence. 155-99 ENGINE— to buy. a second-hand portable engine twelve or sixteen horse power; must be cheap and in good order, Inquire of W. Swanson, Nicollet house, St. Paul. . ; - : .';.-: 166 RAGS. SCRAP IRON AND METALS— - All dealer?, aud 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* TEAM YACHT— Three or four horse power; coal or wood burner preferred. Patterson Bros., 233 East Seventh St.. near Waeouta. '.•..; 165-66 THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1888. SITUATIONS WANTEI>. - Male. ~ ACCOUNTANT— or assistant with some reliable firm: have had expe rience, and can furnish host of reference re pwrdiLg standing and ability. Address A 94. Globe. 5 BARTEN DER— Young man wants posi tion as bartender; nave had four years' experience; will work cheap. Address* J 85, Globe. ' 4 BOOKKEEPER— married . man as bookkeeper, speaks German. Swedish and English; willins to work cheap, being at present lame and obliged to use crutches; best of references. Address 1132 Dayton ay- 2 164-66 BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position as as sistant bookkeeper; have kept a general store for ten years: would fill a position with credit; best of references. Address C 3*, Globe. 5 BOOKKEEPING— Wanted, by a young man. a situation in office or store; has studied bookkeeping. Ph. Hoefer. 858 Beaney st. 4 C CARPENTER— A*%ouug man, with : four ' -'months* experience, wishes to learn the carpenter trade. J 97. Globe. 4 CiOACHMAN— Wanted, a situation as. ' coachman: references. J 20, Globe. 4 COACHMAN— Situation wanted as coach man; understands care of horses; ; can give reference. Address. 22B West Sixth. 4 CO ' H MAN— Situation wanted by a young man to drive horse for a private family; can give references. Address E 72, Globe. 3 COACHMAN— single voting man. with references, wants a situation. Address G 79, Globe. 5 COACHMAN- as coachman by young Englishman, in private famiiv; first-class man; good references, and ac quainted in the city. C 87, Globe COACHMAN— Situation as coachman; understands the care of gardening and cows; best references. Address B. S.. Globe. 4 /"iLEEK— Employment — Good-appearing v> young Canadian, married, strictly tem perate, obliging, as clerk; any steady job; understands grain, horses. Hi Ramsey st. 4 CLERK— Wanted, hotel work; competent man wants clerk or bar situation: wife to do dining room or chamber work; country preferred. Address II 73. ('lobe. 5 CLERK— A young man with nine years' v-' experience desires a position in whole sale or retail; good references. J 3, Globe. 4 CU-BK— By a young man of good address V>" and experience a position as dry goods clerk. Address Benjamin Garroll, 1133 Beech st. 3 DENTIST— Wanted, by young man, five years' practice, position as assistant :rcf erences. II 15, Globe. 3 EMPLOYMENT— A young man nineteen years old wishes a situation of any kind ; speaks German and English: is willing to work: can furnish references. Address II 57, ('lobe. 4 MPLOYMENT— A boy of seventeen, wants work of any kind: can talk Ger man and English. Address E 37. Globe. 3 EMPLOYMENT— wanted by a man as foreman in a saw mill by the year; has had twenty years' experience in the manufacturing lumber company: can furnish first-class references. Address Filer Globe. 4 MPLOYMENT in clothing store by young man (French) wlio is not afraid Of work wages no object to begin with. Ad dress H. L.. Globe. 3 VENING EMPLOYMENT— Some kind of work to do evenings for meals or small wages. Address Freeman 521 Waba sha st. Good references. 3 FIREMAN— Situation wanted by first-class fireman; can give references. Address E S. 390 Kittson st. 4 OSTLER — Wanted, situation by a German boy to take care of horses and do chores around house. Address G 40, Globe. 4 JANITOR— Married man wishes a situa tion as janitor: carpenter by trade; will ins to work: can give good city reference Address W 2, Globe. " 5 AWN MOWlNG— Wauted, lawn mow liigbyß. A. Benton, 525 Robert st; work done neatly and with dispatch. 165-67 OFFICE WORK— Situation in real estate or insurance office by young man of ed ucation and ability; good reference; salary uo object. Address G 78. Globe. 162-66 ANTED by first-class caipmterto build * » or repair houses by contract, where material is furnished; good city reference given. Address.4 1,. Globe. 3 FOR SALE. BRICK— Red, common and pressed brick tor sale by S. J. Uobau, contractor, board of trade. - 164-67 BICYCLE— For sale, brand-new 54-inch, all ball-bearing. Champion bicycle, Lilli biidge saddle, used three weeks; cost $112.50; will sell cheap. . Address C. L. Marx, Shak opee, Minn. 162 66 A BRITANNIC A.S2.SO -L_ nor volume; we are reproducing from the very latest volumes of the ninth edition. I»ge for page, plate for plate, map for map. md volume for volume, and at about half the price of the ScribnerorStoddart 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 ahead placed in Twin Cities. C. W. Dumont, Northwestern manager for the 11, G. Allen company. 100-16S FURNI TURE FOR SALE- Nearly new; house furniture, worth $120 for"s7o .0 $75. Th. Shuermann, 483 St. Peter st. 105-66 URNITURE— The furniture of a nine room house will be soiel cheap and the lease of house transferred to buyer: very cheap rent, and house in the center of city. Apply to 39 Summit ay., eornerSt. Peter st." 151-167 FURNITURE— For sale, household furni ture, carpets, coal and cook stoves, ward robe, clothes, etc., etc., cheap; owner going to Europe. 600 St. Anthony ay. 164-1 FOR SALE — Three rooms nicely fur nished, including piano; will sell cheap as I want to leave the city. Inquire at 27 East Seventh St.. room 15. 164-66 AM MOCKS— Forty hand-made ham mocks for sale at from $1 t0 51.25 each, which is less than cost; must be sold at once on account of removal. K. Kalluskv, 110 West Tenth st., corner College ay. 166-69 MACHINERY— set of machin -I?.L cry for manufacturing furniture, sash and doors; original cost when new, $10,001); will sell or trade for real estate. 105-07 MILK— For sale, thirty gallons of milk per IfX day at depot: St. Paul or Minneapolis; 12*,. cents per gallon. Address H 5, Globe. ' 165-70 AKLOK SET— One red plush parlor set for sale cheap ; in use one month: party going away. Call at 415 Blair st. 106-69 PIANO FOR SALE cheap; very little used. Apply 31 East Tenth st. 165-67 REFRIGERATOR— One large refrigera tor: one ten-foot and two four-feet square nickel corner show cases ; -one three hole gasoline stove, and one top delivery wagon. Inquire at 308 Rice st. 106 67 SAFE— sale, a burglar-proof safe, steel chest, Diebold make, almost new; very cheap for cash. Apply to A. Jensen, 252 East Seventh st. 165-66 OALOON FIXTURES — Elegant and ►-? cheap; cash or time. Witte Bios., 411 aud 413 Fifth ay. south. Minneapolis, Minn 141-00 ittISCELLANEOFS. OOK KEEPING— opened, closed posted, expert work. etc. F. Sprague, room 252, Drake block. St. Paul. 122* LAMBS' HATS dyed, reshaped, bleached and pressed to order. 30i_ West Third Room 0. 105-00 ORANGE BLOSSOM is a sure cure for female diseases ; sample 2 cents. Mrs. S Dobbersteiu, 412 Twelfth ay., North Min neapolis. 160-09 HORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING of all kinds done perfectly on snort no tice; stenographers furnished. Miss J I). Iless. 68 and 09. Union Block. 162* DRESSMAKING. ASHIONABLE DRESSES made for $3.50 ; good fit and satisfaction guaran teed. 758 Wabasha st. also family sewing done. ' 166-67 MORGAN ADJUSTABLE SYSTEM for cutting taught at 263 East Tenth St. - 166-169 HE FOLLETT SYSTEM of dresscuttiug A 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 heim Block. 148-178 BOARD WANTED-" OOM AND BOARD wanted by two ladies; must be some distance* from business portion of city; references ex changed. Address New Orleans, Merchants hotel, St. Paul. 106-67 BOARD— by a dressmaker, board in exchange for sewing. Address A 74, Globe. lop DYE WORKS. DL. .JAMIESON & CO.'S Steam l>ve • .Works— : cJbthiug a specialty. 14 West Sixth _i.,j. t, Pw-l, Woo* : - 134* ■ -:A±-\;AACa;'AA ~Ao '■ :•'•'.•.•. 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 w j ! TIIE GLOBE. *IJ ; LYONS & TICKNOR, Druggists, 707 East! j Third street, corner Bates. . ! CONGER BROS., Druggists, 349 University avenue, corner Virginia. j MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocers, corner Ash land avenue and Dale street. . j A. P.WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 7ol W^rt Seventh street. I 111 lWffi ffilflftTP' ic ' ' ' BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenu* 1 '•'. I E. FOX, 482 Rice street. .% \ O. P. WILLIAMS, 648 Keaney street £J I FRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue. J. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street 7' j F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East Sev enth street. - :i-I ; '. HIPPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, f©o ' East Seventh street, ic_ . . JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY, ' 470 Jackson street .'» ■ .WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. "_ „ M. D. ME KILL, books ana stationery, 442 Broadway. ■ SITUATION'S . WASTED. 4"emale. CLERK— by young lady as clerk in dry goods or notion store. Address G 64, Globe." * 3 CHAMBERMAID— A girl wishes a situa tion as chambermaid in hotel ; nation ality, Irish; can give good references. Call at 301 I'nversity ay. 3 COOKS— Two first-class cooks wish situa tions; one private and one hotel at lake. 303 Rondo st. 4 CIOPVTNG— Wanted, a position by a young ' lady to do copying, or other writing. Can furnish good reference. Address C, Globe. - 5 COOK— A competent girl wants a situation in a private family, where the washing isn't big; good references. Apply at 328 Prairie st. " 5 EMPLOYMENT— A competent girl wants a situation in a refined private family for cook or general work ; good wages ex pected. Address Marce, Globe. 4 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a situation to do general housework references. Ad dress 082 Pine st. 4 OUSEWORK— Situation wanted by a young lady for general housework in a small private famiiv; can give references. Call at 54 Orleans st.. West St. Paul. 4 NURSE— situation as nurse for a nice, smart Swedish girl ; can not speak Eng lish; no wages required.- Address C 34. Globe. . .3 ASHING AND IRONING- Wanted; washing and ironing to do at houses by the day. Address A 20. Globe. .3 REAL ESTATE FOB SAJLE. Miscellaneous City List. A GREAT SNAP— Fine residence, nine rooms, modern improvements, good barn, south-facing lot, on Broadway ay.; must be sold this week at some price. Koom 3. 131 East Fifth st. 165-68 A HOME on Marshall ay. at a bargain; lot 44x132 feet, facing south: street has water, sewer ana sidewalk; house has seven rooms ; good barn; price $4,509; terms to suit. Apply to Smith & Taylor, 317 Jackson st. . - - 100-100 ARM— Good farm for sale; 100 acres,: two miles and a half from Castle Rock' railroad station, Dakota county, with modern: ten-room brick building; good outbuildings;: thirty acres in clover, 120 acres in crops; best of land; buildings worth 52,500; will ; sell for $5,000 if sold within twenty days;' terms reasonable. Berlin Bros., Castle Rock,: Minn. 165-66 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— ..-Of. the finest farms in Wisconsin; eighty? acres partly cultivated, hay to fifty torn or more (where hay is always scarce); every foot can be cultivated; no" waste land; good house, barn, granary and outhouses; first class school and splendid road ; five settle ment aud people ; guaranteed as represented;: investigate at once. Address J. H. Hanson. Barron, Wis. .■ 165-166 A GREAT SNAP— Fine residence, nine rooms, modern . improvements, good barn, south-facing lot, on Portland ay. ; must be sold this week at some price. Room 3, 131 East Fifth st. 165-68 FOR SALE or exchange for St. Paul real! estate, part cash,- first-class^ stock and' wheat farm, 320 or 160 acres. E. L. Faies. 5 Box 2199. St. Paul. 164-160 HOME— sale, very nice home with shade trees, newly fitted, at 330 Good rich ay.. on easy terms. ■-..; . 164-170 ID WAY PROPERTY-LOIS in Runt's addition to St. Anthony Park; also acres adjoining. D. H. Hunt proprietor, on premises. 162-108 0 EXCHANGE— Forty acres clear and unincumbered improved farm land; level, fine, on main road, near St. Paul: near large lake: cash price §20 an acre, and cheap at that; will take good team as first payment and make balance easy. Rothschild & Thurston. 131 East Fifth st. 166-07 <2?9 MfMIFOK FINE LOT and good *V?^»\JyJ\J three-room cottage. Rondo, near Kent ; best bargain on the hill. J.J. Ward. 363 Carroll st. 166 TTnancial. ~ MONEY is loaned by us on improved • real estate security in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth at 6, 6*&, 7, 7t*> per cent, on shortest notice for any amount. It. M. Newport & Son. investment bankers, 152, 153 and 151 Drake block, St. Paul. 73* ; A CLERK with good position wants £50 for short time on personal note; any in terest paid. Address D 03, Globe. "100 INNESOTA 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 -Lesrg' block, Minneapolis. 250*: j\/| ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- '■ 1»J- soual property, household furniture, horses, etc. ; also on diamonds and jewelry; commercial paper- discounted. Security! Loan Co., 325 Jackson st., J. E. Flanisan", manager. . ■ ■ - io2* MONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per i»J- sonal property, diamonds, jewelry.furni ture, horses, : etc.; commercial paper and' time checks purchased. E. W. Leonard & Co.. 126 East Third st. 291* : MONEY TO LOAN on short time in small amounts on personal property security. L. G. Kilborn, 43 East Fourth st., Room 45. .... ; •,..•., V 159-89 ; MONEY TO LOAN— In small or large sums; no delay. J. C. Stout & Co., 324 Jackson st. 113* MONEY TO LOAN— By Hunt & Sever-' i'l 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* [l/TONEY TO LOAN on improved anonn-. -LvA improved city property, at usual rates; ! no delay. Paget & Smith, Room 49, German-! American bank. 73* | [\,] ONEY TO LOAN, 1:1 sums to suit, leo__' 1»-L $1 up, on watches, diamonds and all; goods of value; special rates on sums of $50 : and over. J. E. Ingham. 327 Jackson st. -''* ' ■'-' ■•-'■•* 240* .] ONEY TO LOAN oil diamonds, t watches, and all goods of value. Pri vate office for consultation. George ! R, . Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82* PER CENT MONEY in any amount' to loan on city property. If you are build- i ing, or want a loan for any purpose, call and see us. ■' We make the lowest current rates. ' Rothschild & Thurston, 131 East Fifth st ' ----- - 102-67 ■ -_ j Ql/1 535, SSO, SIOO TO LOAN on tur «i?-L v/ niture, pianos, carriages, horses, j cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any* other article of value; cash advance made on j goods in storage: promptness and privacy , guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable rates and no outside fees. St. Paul Loan ' company, No. 3091. Jackson st,, Rooms 1 ' and I*. 05*; FOR KENT. ': Offices. ' ~~ . OFFICE— A desirable corner office on tne . second floor of the Globelbuilding. In quire of St Paul Real Estate Title Insurance - Com nan v. 136* , FFICE ROOMS-For rent, fine office rooms at 136 East Third st. • 161-67 ' MUSICAL. piANOS AT BARGAINS. ' 1 Gale piano, $50. 1 Barrett piano, $65. • :'. "Cli! 1 Gilbert piano, $75. - 1 Diamond piano, $100. I 1 Emerson piano, $150. 1 Fine upright piauo, $150. All warranted in perfect order; for sale or' for rent, $3 to $0 per month. Whitney's! Music Store. 101-67 1 ANO TUNING. $I— Satisfaction en.at" ; anteed. Samuel Crutchett, Address 364 Ellen st. ' .. 141-70 : lANO TUNING— prompt, first-class work leave orders at .Whitney's music fctoie tfttt Thud st- . •~~ 346*. AUCTION SAIaES. A. 11. Nicolay, Auctioneer. T. PAUL ROLLER SKATING RINK, Jackson st», corner of Tenth St., at Auc tion—A. H. Nicolay will sell at auction," Sat urday afternoon, June 16, 1888, at 3 o'clock, rain or shine, .on the premises, corner of Jackson and East Tenth sts., the well-known St. Paul Poller Skating Kink. 66 feet front by 165 feet deep ground 75 feet front on . Jackson and 166 feet front on Tenth st. This building is nearly new and is suitable Tor an extensive livery and boarding stable; pi first-class riding school (ladies and gentle , men), which is greatly needed in this rapidly ' growing city, and would pay splendidly ; the cellar, at a small expense, can be arranged to "accommodate from 75 to 100 horses. It is also suitable tor any large manufacturing business, owing to its large size, being lo cated in the very heart of the best portion of St. Paul. The building is so con structed that it can easily -be altered l at a slight cost for any of the above purposes. To a responsible party desirous to make money this auction sale offers an opportu nity to secure a prominent business corner for most any kind of business, at a low figure ; .the building will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder, subject to a very low lease of the ground for four years ; from May .1, 1888, to May 1, 18S9, §100 per mouth; from May 1, 1889, for three years, at 51 25 :.per month. The premises will be open daily or inspection prior to the day of sale. It . was constructed of the best material and is in • good order. For terms and full - par ticulars call on or address A. 11. Nicolay," real estate auctioneer, at the NicolavPiCalEs tate Exchange. No. 110 East Fourth St.. op posite Natioual German-American bank building. Our real estate auctiou sale No. 12,744. 166 J ebb, Johnson <3c Co., Auctioneers HOTEL FURNITURE at Auction— will sell at public auction. Thursday, June 14, at 10 a. m., all the furniture . in the Commercial hotel, at 147 East. Seven thst.; consisting of bed sets, bureaus, commodes, all the bedding, carpets, tables, stands, one office safe, office furniture, diuiug-room fur uiture, two good hotel ranges.one broiler, one steamer; in fact, there is everything in the line of house-furnishing goods that a person would want. Parties looking for furniture cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Jebb. Johnson & Co.. Auctioneers; office aud salesroom, 422 Wabasha st. 164-66 E. Holloway. Auctioneer. ' '; AUCTION SALE— The fine improved residence property, lot 24 in block 1 of Mackubin & Marshall's addition. No. 405 Aurora ay., near Western ay., 39V.x11« feet; will be sold at public auction to" the highest bidder on Saturday, Juue 16, at 3p. m. ; this property is only one block from University street car line, and is surrounded by good residences; for any one wanting a medium priced building lot, this is agood opportunity to secure one at a bargain ; house on same is ola, but brings a good rental ; terms easy, to be made known on day of sale. 11. 11. Scliulte & Co., agents. 103 East Fourth st. E. Hollo way, auctioneer. '^ 162.168 Kavanagh & i>ahl. Auctioneers. j WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION, at our V* mart on Eighth st., "between Robert and Minnesota, on Saturday at 10 a.m., the following described goods: Fifteen carts and harness, 200 yards of carpet, bed-room suits, parlor suits, chairs, tables, beds and . bedding, springs and 125 pair of blankets.' These goods must be sold and it will pay you to attend this sale. . Kavanagh & Dahl,"A*uc tioneers, 107 East Seventh st. , 166 A. -lory. Auctioneer. ' PITJLIC AUCTIONEER— rea-' sonable. Office ISI East Seventh. 153* BUSINESS CHANCES. 4«ooch A- Falde, 51 East Fourth st. ■/:■_ '' HOTELS— have two of the best hotels outside of the city in towns of 0,000 inhabitants, doing a large business. There is lots of money in the above investments. OARDING HOUSE — Twelve - room's, finely furnished; full of roomers; price .Y>7so; easy terms. ' " '.'..'. FURNISHED. FLAT of twenty-three rooms, paying a net profit of §110 monthly: easy terms. -' WO CIGAR STORES— Fine locations, _.. nice fixtures and good trade; one for $350, one for $550. ONFECTIONERY and cigar store, one grocery and commission business, one -laundry, one bakery, etc. We have a large list of business chances. If you are looking for investment see us before you buy. OFFICE FURNITURE for sale cheap. Gooch & Falde, 51 East Fourth st. yf _ 162-67 Miscellaneous Business Chances LACKSM.ITH SHOP— For sale, corner East Seventh and Mendota sts., St. Paul, Minn. • ■ . --, 162-168 BUSINESS _CHANGE-Ohe of the best bakeries in the Northwest; poor health reason for selling. Full particulars at lit! West Third st. after 2 ■.. m. 165 66 CLOTHING STOCK— sale. (17,000 stock of clothing and furnishing goods, fixtures and lease: part cash, balance city real estate. Inquire at 133 East Seventh st. ■■■.-- 166-170 DRUGGIST— Does any druggist with money want a $1,500 busiuess in a Da kota county seat? average daily cash. $22 the year round. Address at .once" 22, Globe. 165* . DRUG STORE— sale, drug store at St. Cloud, Minn.; reason for selling, death of owner; terms reasonable. For par ticulars, address C. S. Mitchell, St. Cloud. Minn. . : - . 162-71 LOUR 31 ILL for sale— A good mill, water power, twenty-five miles from St. Paul; everything in good running order. . Inquire 591 Broadway, St. Paul. 161-67 OR SALE OR RENT— A , thoroughly and recently fitted machine' shop; elec tric power on premises. Apply, to John Stahel, Room 4, Court block. 165-66 OR SALE-Central Laundry, 362 Rice st. ; this is a good opportunity for a man with small capital to get into business; a good horse and wagon and everything be longing to the business; must "be sold at . once for cash. .Address or apply to Charles Varchmin, 362 Rice st. - 165-167 FOR SALE— Grocery store; good stand;, doing a good business; terms easy. In quire TS7S Robert st. - .- 1 ': * % i '■'■ ; i 62-66 FOR SALE— A first-class grocery store at 466 St. Peter st. = -' "104-170 URNITURE and lease of a 13-room boarding and lodging house for sale cheap by owner; all full of choice roomers;' good reasons for selling. 215 Pearl st. 104-166 . .. HOTEL FOR SALE— Price $2,500; my two-story hotel, containing sixteen double anel single bed rooms,, parlor, dining room, office, kitchen, store room, outbuild ings, hotel barn, granary; three lots belong with hotel and hotel barn ; there is one of the finest wells of water in the territory on the premises; hotel situated nearly opposite the • : depot, on West Front st., and enjoys a good commercial trade, both local and. -transient ;• reason for selling is too much other business, j being engaged in the mercantile business, • and can't give tne hotel the attention it re-: quires; will sell at a bargain ;-teriris, either cash or part cash, Dalance • on ■ time :: to ■ suit purchaser; hotel newly painted and papered; will sell furniture, carpets, beds, bedding, ; dishes and all fixtures which belong to hotel j with it, or not, as purchaser desires: Hunter is situated ou the ■ south branch of the Elm " river, on the Casselton and Larimore branch . .of St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railroad, midway between May ville anei Casselton, • • surrounded by the finest farming and . agri- : cultural land there is in the Norwest; there are three general stores. -one bank, a jewelry, one drug, one hardware store, one barber shop, two meat markets, two blacksmith shops, two carpenter and two wagon shops, two churches— Methodist and Presbyterian— a $3,000 school house, four ; elevators, three machinery halls, one newspaper, the Hunter Eye; also, Hunter ranks third, commercially speaking, in Cass county; for .a ' good hotel man here is one of the best chances for suc cessful investment anywhere to be found:' . call on or address me. John W. Dal»v, Hunter, Cass county, D. T. 161-167 .PARTNER — Wanted , young man to JT take half interest iv Peck's Pad Boy Com edy Company. Small capital required. Ad fdress Comedy Company, Globe. 165-170 • *'D ESTAURANT FOR SALE— One of the »JLV best paying restaurants and lunch (counters in St. Paul; cheap for cash. Ad -dress B 6. Globe. 164-70 SALOON— sale, one of the finest and best paying saloons on Seventh street, -with lease, fixtures and license. Address B 16, Globe. 165-67 WAIST-ELD TO FLAT of good, convenient rooms or a house of six to eight rooms; must be central, convenient and have good.accom modations; good tenant; no children. Ad dress F 72, Globe. • -• 166-69 OOMS— Wanted to rent about June 20, three to- five unfurnished rooms for married couple without children; state price. Address II M, Globe. 160-167 ROOMS — Wanted, two, three or four ; furnished rooms for light housekeeping, private family preferred; references ex changed,. Address, J 47, Globe. 165-172 • f) OOM— Wanted by young man in private k family, furnished room; ; also use of barn for horse; West St. Paul preferred. Ad dress E. G. D., 6614 East Fairfield ay. ' • ■'-■*• 166-67 ■ ■■' TO EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE— to exchange clear lowa farm for equity in moderate si;'.ed house In St. Paul. Address G lO.Globe. •'--'• 162-66 -•-..■-■■ WILL EXCHANGE— A fine lot between »» the cities for a .good driving horse; will give a fust-class .trade for the right horse. > Apply at 043 Jagltsoa. ; _ -.- i<ia-gg 1 ■■'-•'" FOR RE-¥T. f louses. Forjrent.'summcr residence at White Bear lake for the season the largest handsomest and most complete resi dence on White Bear lake, situated on Man itou island; large stable and boats house ready for occupancy, Stone & Morton, Room 82, National German-American Bank build ing. ■■■■■■■.'-..■:-• 104-69 COTTAGE— For rent. $25, a nicely fur nished cottage, at.456 Marshall ay., with large lot, two blocks from cable cars. 165-66 : COTTAGE— rent, nice cottage, fur nished, at Bald Eagle lake ; terms low. Apply at Room 46, chamber of commerce. .■•*•■* 164-169 , - : ' HOUSE— One-half of double house, 1132 Reaueyst. ; five rooms, furnished, with barn. 165-66 HOUSE— House for rent; 6 rooms: city water. 129 Valley st. 166-69 HOUSE for rent, six rooms, cheap. Apply at 372 Jackson st. 165-166 HOUSE AND BARN— Nine-room bouse; modern improvements; 1143 Randolph St.; $35. James O'Meora, 303 Jackson st. . - :'.': 102-168 ; HOUSE of nine rooms for rent, on Ash land ay. Inquire 690 Randolph st. - . ;.■-■■■'■ 162-168 ■'•* -.-'>■ HOUSE— house and several tenements for rent, from $20, $15, $10, $3, $0; 254 Commercial st. 143* HOUSE of five nice rooms for rent. Corner of Fuller and Jaw Apply 256 Fuller. '-■■-' 166-67 HOUSE — rent house of 10 rooms with large grounds aud modern improve ments at 325 Franklin st. south : also 4 rooms up stairs at 310 Franklin st. south. 164-00 HOUSE— $65 per month, ten-room house, carpeted; 120 feet of laud, large barn, all improvements; 711 Lincoln ay. R. G. M. McDowell. 131 East Fifth St., Room 2. 100-72 HOUSES— For rent, splendid 11-room, good S-room house, fine 4-roora flat and several stores ; low rent. Esterley, Mann heimcr Block. - - " 105-100 HOUSE— to rent July 1; seven rooms; city water and sewer connec tions; central location; rent, $30. Apply 129 Iglehart st. 105-171 Rooms. BATES A Y., 335— For rent, one nicely furnished room. 166-167 AN ADA ST., 665— Unfurnished rooms for rent. 165-166 CEDAR ST., 506— Elegant airy front J rooms, each suitable for two persons; terms moderate; directly opposite the cap itol. . 160-107 EDAR ST., 524— Large front room with alcove; handsomely furnished; suitable for party of gentleman ; use of bath and gas. ■;.■■'■ ■ 166-72 - .. :.- .; CEDAR ST., 488— F_wt floor flat, three rooms; second floor flat, two rooms; all nicely furnished for housekeeping; city wa ter, bath, etc. ; location central; references. - . - - 165-166 . CENTRAL AY., 69, WEST— CooI and pleasant rooms for one or two gentle men; $7 and $10 per mouth. 164 70 RANKLIN ST., 378, NORTH—Fur nished front alcove: also single room, gas and bath, two blocks from Windsor hotel ; private family. 165-100 LOOK— rent, floor 50x100 feet, with use of elevator: suitable for light jobbing business. Apply at 190-192 East Fifth st ■' . 102-60 FOURTEENTH ST., 219, EAST—Fur nished room ; very reasonable. 164 ROVE ST., Rooms for a family down stairs. * 165-66 HOFFMAN AY., NEAR CLERMONT— Four rooms, pantry, closet, cistern, $9. Apply above to Henry Miller.- 104 IGHTH ST., 314, EAST— rent, fur nished rooms. ' 165-166 LEVENTH ST., 64, -EAST— Elegantly furnished rooms, with or without board: en suite, single or alcove. 162-164 ELLEN ST., 150— Two nicely furnished trout rooms; privilege of parlor and bath. 16264 TGLEHARTST., 305— For rent, four un -1 furnished rooms, ground floor; reference required. Inquire at 301 Iglehart st. 166 68 JACKSON ST., 621— For rent, nicely fur nished room; private family; use of bath. • 166-67 LOUIS ST., 354— For rent, four rooms, closet pantry, water: ground floor. In quire Dennis Carr, Merchants hotel. 163 66 NINTH ST., 364, EAST, CORNER Olive— Large, airy rooms, with entirely new and elegant furniture throughout: use of bath and gas. 165-71 OAK ST., 387, NORTH— Two gentlemen can find a nice room; modern conveni ences; reasonable terms. 105-07, LMSTED ST., 283— Four rooms; city water and bath ; cheap to desirable tenant. - 105-00 PEARL ST., 255— nicely furnished front room, in family of two. 166-07 EARL ST., 215— Small furnished room for rent, $6 per month; use of bath. - 164-66 PLEASANT AY.. 166— Furnished room with use of bath room; every conven ience in house; close to cable cars. 161-67 ROOMS— For rent at Seven corners, fine sleeping rooms, unfurnished, Fore paiigh Block. Apply to janitor. 165-178 ROOKS for rent; Fitzer block, three large, well-arranged rooms, south end of Robert st. bridge. W. A. F'itzer, Room 32, chamber of commerce. 165-67 ROOMS— Three rooms, furnished or partly furnished, to parties without children ; cheap rent. Inquire 464 Carroll st. 166-169 ROOMS— Unfurnished front rooms, suit k able for offices or light housekeeping; also one of the best locations in city for dressmaking, having been used for that pur pose for years. 30*_ West Third st., Room 0. 165-66 ROOMS— Fine airy rooms, handsomely tinted and furnished. Reardon block' corner Seventh and Minnesota, Room 21. . 165-71 ROOMS— Two nicely furnished rooms; also one room on ground floor, suitable for parlor or bedroom ; with private famiiv; very reasonable if taken at once. Call 505 Wabasha st. 162-69 ROOM— For rent furnished room in house with all modern conveniences; location central and in elegant neighborhood. Ad dross C 6, Globe. 166 ROOMS— For rent, July 1, three unfur nished rooms and large alcove near Cen tral park, first-class location, to couple with out children. Address G 52, Globe. 102-06 ROOMS— To rent, four nice rooms for light housekeeping; centrally located. Apply at 648 Jackson. .165-06 SIBLEY ST., 546— Nicely furnished room, suitable for two. 166 97 !XTH ST.. 159, WEST— For rent, a nice furnished front room, suitable for one or two gentlemen; use of bath, etc.; price $12 per month. 160 EVENTH ST., 309, WEST— For rent furuished rooms : $5 to $10 per month. _^ 165-69 ' SHERMAN ST., 345— Second floor, lour large rooms and bath; water paid; sewer connections; front and rear entrance. 162* T. PETER ST., 554— Unfurnished room for rent; pleasant location. 164-66 HIRD ST., 1515 WEST— fur nished rooms for rent; single or en suite. *>/'y., : . 100 .-.. ■ TWELFTH ST., 01, EAST— Two unfur nished rooms for light housekeeping and one furnished room ; two blocks from capitol. 166-67 TEMPERANCE ST., 470, BETWEEN Eighth and Ninth— Furnished rooms for rent. 105-60 TWELFTH ST., 61— One newly furnished room, two blocks from capitol, suitable for two; rent low. 165-66 WABASHA ■ ST., 758— Rooms to rent furnished or unfurnished; with or without board; from $6 to $12. 166-68 ESTMINSTEK ST., 868— For rent, four unfurnishea rooms in brick house; beautifully located. 165-67 Stores. TORE— Half of store, 116 East Third St., or desk room. Apply on premises. 105-171 TORE— One-half of store at 65 East Third O st. Apply to F» J. Upham, 165 East Seventh st. ..- -. -. 165-69 VJTORE— A fine store tor rent for crockery O and furniture business; no opposition; near good locality; rent moderate. Call at 341 Sherman street. 162* TORE— For rent, part of store, corner Third and Minnesota sts. Address J 2. Globe. 160-66 SSIGNMENT NOTICE, STATE OF MlN nesota, - County of Ramsey, District Court In the matter of the assignment of Solomon Moses and Jacob Moses, partners as S. Moses & Son. insolvents. To the creditors of Solomon Moses - and • Jacob Moses, partners as S. Moses & Son, ■ of St. Paul, Minnesota. TAKE KOTICE. That by a deed of assignment bearing date the 4th day of June, 1888, the above named Solomon Moses and Jacob Moses, partners as S. Moses & Son, have . duly assigned all of their property to - the undersigned for the equal benefit of all their creditors in propor tion to their respective claims who shall file releases of their debts and claims against said insolvents, as is required by law, and that I have accepted said trust . Hebmo.v W. Phillips, " _ ___, " "' _' St Paul, Minnesota. Dated, Jww7»i§.B&, -".*• ■'■-'■*' ■ ■■.-■'■' "'-■ * '" -LOST A*iJk FOITSP. COW FOUND— A red cow with white spots; owner call at Beaver Lake farm. Stillwater, road, and pay charges. James Dans or. -'-.-'. . 1 GO-OS DOG LOST— Black Spaniel ; Hamcrlund Carver inscribed on collar. Suitable reward if returned to 192 Bast Seventh st. or 274 Kent - :■-. ■ .' 105-07 ELIJAH GILK left Kasson May B. slightly deranged; 50 years old. - Any intelli gence concerning his whereabouts will be thankfully received: by his wife, Mrs. E. Gile, Kasson, Minn. ' . 104-00 EYE-GLASSES LOST— Pair of gold eye glasses, with chain attached; II found return to Patterson Bros., dentists, East £ cv euth st., and receive reward. 166 [WILL PAY a large reward, and no ques tions asked, - for the . return of my red Irish setter; had scar on lower eyelid and front tooth' out on' lower jaw. Stone, the Jeweler, 244 East Seventh st. 100-72 MARK LOST— Bright bay mare; mane tangled, and three shoes on; weight about 1,250. Return to 45 East Seventh st. and receive liberal reward. 100 07 pi'KSK LOST— At Dickenson's store, -L lady's purse containing money and a certificate of deposit of §900, on First Na tional bank, of Stillwater; a suitable reward will be paid for the return of the whole, or of the certificate only. Apply to William F. Graves, Room 39, Globe building. 166-168 OCKETBOOK LOST— Containing a $10 gold piece and some small change ; between Fourth and Seventh sts. Finder re turn to Oliver & Murphy's office and receive reward. , 100-07 P OCKETBOOK FOUND— A pocketbook containing money; owner can receive the same at office of 11. Auken, 049 Missis sippi St., by paying advertisement. 166 PUG DOG LOST— Lost, a pug dog; any one returning the same to 204 West Sixth st. will receive a liberal reward. W. Liggins. 105-00 UMBRELLA LOST— Tuesday night, cor ner Jackson and Ninth sts. Finder will please return to 154 East Fifth st, 10 HORSES AND CARRIAGES. HANDSOME SPAN of light bay horses, weight 2,000, well broke and fine style. Address 357 Robert st. 165-07 BUGGY— to buy, a light jump-seat canopy or leather top buggy; must be in good condition and a bargain. Address XX, Globe. 100-09 CARRIAGES, buggies of every style at lower prices thau can be bought of any other dealer in St. Paul ; two-seat car riages, buggies, phaetons, surreys, rockawavs, cabriolets, jumpseats, canopy tops, carts, two-seated : wagons, express and delivery WBgous and harness. Call, before purchas ing, King's carriage rooms, Fourth and Min nesota. 145* COLTS— For sale, two colts eight weeks old. 110 West Fairfield ay. 100 CHEAP— ponies and carts.horses ' of all kinds and buggies. Balfour's Liv ery, 488 Selby. 105-107 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— double and single set of harness; also buggy and two-seatea Concord wagon; all in good condition. S3 East Fourth st. 160-172 FINE five-year-old horse for sale; S9O buys him; worth §150; call and see ■ him at 589 Wabasha st. between 12 and 1 o'clock. 104-6*o FOR SALE— A good horse, sound and . kind; suitable for family or general use. Inquire J. Schait'hausen. Jr., 302 Carroll st. ■ 105-07 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—Six-year old driving or delivery horse, wagon and harness. Call to-day at 007 Wabasha st. 165-67 - FOR SALE— A heavy draught team, with harness; sound and kind in every re spect. Apply 202 West Seventh. 165-66 HORSES wanted to pasture near city : 50 : cents per week; good care. H. C." Bar ton, Box 415. ....;--■ 106 HORSE— For sale, horse weighing 1.350 pounds, seven years old, perfectly sound, or will trade for lighter horse. E. Drewey, 704 Payne au. 105-07 INSURE your horses aud cattle in The Sterling Live. Stock Insurance company, 509 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis. 130* (BOH BUYS a beautiful black, sound «ipOV-/ norse four years old. Inquire 1085 Leslie aye. 10-1-07 MORTGAGE SALE— WHEREAS. AME die Tetreault and Eliza Tetreault, his wife, did, under date of Oct. 4th, 1836, exe cute and deliver to The North Star Building Society of St. Paul, Minnesota, a corporation duly organized and acting under the laws of the state of Minnesota, a certain indenture of mortgage to secure certain sums of money therein mentioned, wherein aud whereby they did mortgage unto the said party of the second part, its successors .and assigns, the following described premises and real estate, situate in the county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point ten hundred and fitly (1,050) feet south from the northwest corner of the east one-half (E V.) of the southwest quarter (SW V\) of section num ber twenty-eight (28), in township number twenty-nine (29) north, of range twenty-two (22) west, and running thence south along the line between tlie west one-half and the east one-half of the southwest quarter (SW Vi) of the above-described section number twenty-eight (28) one hundred (100) feet; thence east one hundred and sixty (100) feet to the west line of Greenwood avenue; thence north one hundred (100) feet along the line of said avenue; thence west one hundred and sixty (100) feet to the place of beginning, being the same property de scribed, on page "305" of Book "04" of Deeds, records of Ramsey "county, Minne sota: which said indenture of mortgage was, on the 22d day of October, A. D. 1880, duly re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds .of said Ramsey county, in Book 52 of Mort gages, at page 423 ; And whereas, said mortgagors did cove nant and agree in said mortgage, in case of a foreclosure thereof, to pay said mortgagee, its successors or assigns, the sum of fifty dollars attorney's fees ; And whereas, default has been made in the conditions of said mortgage, and there is claimed to be dve 4 and there is due on said mortgage debt at the date hereof one thou sand and sixty-three dollars and ten cents (SI. 003.10), and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the said debt due and secured as aforesaid; . Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that, under and pursuant to a power of sale in said mortgage contained, and" recorded therewith, and the statute in such case made and pro vided, the above-described mortgaged prem ises will be sold at public vendue at the front door, on Wabasha street, of- the office of the . Clerk of the District Court of Ramsey county aforesaid, in St. Paul, in said county, on Sat urday, the 30th day or June, A. D." 1883, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, to satisfy the amount then due upon said mort gage debt, together with said attorney's fees and the costs and expenses in that behalf al lowed by law. Dated May 12, 1888. TUB NORTH STAR BUILDING SOCIETY OF ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Mortgagee. Cuas. N. Bell, Room 51, Gilfillan block, St Paul, Minn., Attorney for Mortgagee. Maylo-7wks-thurs NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Sale— Notice is hereby given that de fault has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage, executed and delivered by Robert 11. A. Boyd, an unmarried . man, to Benjamin F. Wright, bearing date the 14th day of March. 1887, and duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county ot Ramsev and state of Minne sota, on the ISth day of April. 1887. in Book 15S, of mortgages, on page 89; that said mortgage, and the . indebtedness secured thereby, was, under date of June 15, 1887, duly assigned by said Benjamin F. Wright to Francis W. Anderson, and said assignment was duly recorded in said register's office in Book "P" of assignments at page 418, on the 24th day of June. 1887; that said mortgage, and the indebtedness secured thereby, was, under date of July.29th, 1887. duly assigned by said Francis W. Anderson to M. W. Allen, and said assignment was duly recorded in said register's office in Book "Q." of assign ments at page 205, on the 30th day of July, 1837; that said mortgage, and the indebted ness secured thereby, was, under date of March 31, 1888, duly assigned lay said M. W. Allen to said Benjamin F. Wright, and said assignment was duly recorded in said regis ter's office iv Book S of assignments, at page 405, ou the 12th day of April, 1888: and that at the date of this notice there is claimed to be due and unpaid on said mortgage debt, the sum of five hundred and forty-three dol lars ($543), and that no action or "proceeding at law or otherwise has been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. - - Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage and made a part thereof, and pur suant to the statute in such case made and : provided, the said , mortgage will be • foreclosed, ' and the premises described in and covered by said mortgage, which said premises are situated .in said county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota, to wit: . ■. ■• ■- - ■•■ Lot seventeen (17), m block eight (8), of Roger's addition to St. Paul, according to the plat of said addition of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and ior said Ramsey county, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, and as by law and the statute in such case . made and pro video, in St.. Paul, Minnesota, at the front door, on Wabasha street, of the office of the Clerk of the District court of said Ramsey county, at 10 o'clock in the torenoon of Sat urday, the 30th day of June, A. D. 1888, to satisfy said mortgage debt then due, together with the attorney's fees named in said mort gage, and the costs and expenses of these proceedings allowed by law. Dated April 12, 1888. ,;r BENJAMIN F. WRIGHT. Original Mortgagee ■ and now Assignee of said Mortgage. • A.' '•* Charles N. Bell, Room 51, Gilfillan block, , St, Paul, ilina., Attorney for said Assignee, DR. BRINLEY, Hale Block, Hennepin At., Cor. Fifth St. Opposite West Hotel, Minneapolis. Regularly graduated and legally qualified, long engaged in Chronic. Nervous and Skin Diseases. A friendly talk costs nothing. If , inconvenient to visit the city for - treatment, ; medicine sent by mail or express, free from' observation. Curable cases guaranteed. If doubt exists we say so. 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City Clerk's Office, ) St. Paul, June 11, 1888. } To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named person has applied for a license to sell intoxicating liquors for the year 1888, at the place or location hereinafter stated: Roessler, A., 152 Concord street. Now, therefore, notice is further given that said application will be heard and considered by the undersigned at the City Clerk's office in the City Hall, on Saturday, the 23d day of June, A. I). ISSB, at 10 o'clock a. m., where all per sons interested may appear and will be heard. THOS. A. PRENDERUAST, June 12-2t-tues City Clerk. To Contractors. Plans and specifications for a six-room ■ Brick School Building, cost not to ex ceed $12,000, seating capacity of each room about 50, will be received by the Clerk of the Board of Education, Brain erd School district, Brainerd, Minn., up to July 1, 18J8. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all plans. A. MAHLUM, Clerk. 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In the matter of the Estate of Maria Bell, deceased. - On reading and filing the petition of Fred erick Bell, administrator of the estate of Maria Bell, deceased, representing, among other things, that he has fully administered said estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing his ac count of administration, and for the assign ment of the residue of said estate to the par ties entitled thereto; • - It is ordered that said account be exam ined and petition heard by the Judge of this Court on Friday, the 29th day of June, A. D. 1888, at 10 o clock a. m., at the Probate Office, in St. Paul, in said county. And it is further ordered that notice there of be given to all persons interested by pub lishing a copy of this order for three success ive weeks, on Thursday of each week, prior . to said day of hearing, in the St. Paul Daily Globe, a daily newspaper printed and pub lished in said county. - By the Court. [_. s.] E. S. GORMAN, Judge of Probate. 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