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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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In Every Case the Money Must Accom pany the Order. SITUATIONS OFFKKI-D. .-lain. A Wanted, respectable, energetic men to canvass this city for the Metropol itan Life Insurance company; good terms are given tO workers, and only these .that want to work need apply to 07 and 68 Chamber of Commerce. 166-173 AGENTS— Wanted, local agents, ladies or gents, in every town in "Minnesota, Dakota and Wisconsin on Colliers* "Once a Meek." the fastest selling and cheapest ■weekly story paper today; sold on monthly payments of 25 cents. For particulars ad dress P. F. Collier. Davidson block. 167-73 AGENTS— anted, good, enterprising agents; good position for the right man; call Monday. St. Paul Medical and Dental Institute. 7*B East Seventh st. 2 AGENTS— We have several new books on which we give very liberal terms; write for particulars. Empyreal Pub'g House, St. Paul. Minn. ' 155-84 <'OOI> MEAL FOR 15 CENTS— Restaurant and lunch counter, corner Sixth and Jackson, under news store: the coolest eating house in the city. 169-72 BAKERS— One good bread baker, and one good cake baker. 593 East Seventh. 1 "DARKER wanted at 185 East Seventh st. 13 ARRER wanted at 402 East Seventh st. BARBER— Immediately, first-class white; good wages; steady job. 415 South Front st., Mankato, Minn. 108-174 BARRER wanted at No. 399 University ay. for Saturday. '■. 7 BARKER anted, first-class colored barber: wages SI S per week; steady job. Address J. F. Taylor, Fargo. Dak. 165-170 BARBER— a first-class white barber immediately: young man pre ferred. P.O. Bex 101, Cunningham & Sen rick, Wabasha. Minn. 166-72 BOY wanted at Pease Bros., southwest corner Third and Robert sts. 1 BOV — A bright, intelligent boy fourteen years old. Apply to Minnesota Packing and Provision company. South St. Paul. 1 BOY— Boy wanted at Merchants hotel news stand :" inquire between 8 and 8:30. J. W. Sowders. 2 «)Y WANTED— IO6 East Fourth st St. Paul District Telegraph company. 1 CASHIER — Wanted, cashier in grocery store. Address, in own handwriting, Mating salary expected, P 22, Globe. 2 CARPENTERS— carpenters. Apply at New York Life Insurance building Monday morning. Sixth and Minnesota sts. 1 CLERK— Wanted, young man thoroughly experienced in "the dry goods business. Inquire at 305 East Seventh st. 1 CLERK— Wanted. a young man 18 to 20 ' years of age to clerk in shoe store ; must be experienced. Address (_ 44,1° 169-72 CIAKVERS — First-class wood carvers ' wanted. Johnson Bros. & Loomis. 639 Jackson st. 169-70 CARPENTERS— Wanted, two good car penters; no other need anply. 242 Vir ginia ay. 1 CARPENTER wanted. Apply not later than 7:30 Monday morning at 294 Sum mit place. * " 1 CAN MAKER— Steady employment If satisfactory. Address, with recommenda tions. Box 11 I.Austin. Minn. 169-72 COOK— Wanted, good cook; $25 per month; girls for general housework. 27 East Seventh st,. Room 2. 1 DRESSMAKER — Wanted, experienced dressmaker at once; please call Mon day. la East Tenth st. 1 KUGOIST— German druggist. Call coiner Dakota and Isabel sts. 1 ELECTRICIAN— Wanted, a first-class man who understands private house work: don't apply unless you understand your business. Call at 39 West Third st. 1 MALE NURSE— Wanted, a male nurse; references required. Apply at City and County Hospital from 2 to 4 p. m. 169-71 FFICE ROY— A good office boy. S. P. Crosby, Room 2, National German- American bank. 7 PARTNER — Wanted , young man to take half interest in Peck's Bad Boy Com edy Company. Small capital required. Ad dress Comedy Coma any, Globe. 165-170 PAPER HANOEKS— Wanted, two paper hangers, with tools, at 7 o'clock Monday morning at 350 Minnesota st. 170 PLASTERERS wanted; apply to-day at 25 East Third st. at 2:30 p. m. A. C. Brown. 1 lIARMACIST— at once, a first class Norwegian pharmacist ; also doc tor. J. H. Berg, Northwood. Dak. 108-176 — Experienced in the cloth -I*3 ing and gents" furnishing line. Inquire nt 309 "East Seventh st. 1 S" ALESMAN— Experienced clothing sales man. United States Clothing company. Seventh and Jackson st. 1 SALESMAN— Wanted, a good salesman for clothing and gents' furnishing busi ness; one that can speak German. Address 11. Weber. 425 Wabasha st. 7 SECOND RAKER at Merchants hotel at once. 2 rpAILORs wanted at 150 ~""*ist Seventh st. TELEGRAPHY— Wanted, three young gentlemen to learn telegraphy. Apply Monday to F. A. Maron, Globe Business Col in 1 Davidson block. 170 TINNER— Wanted, a tinner, at White Bear lake. M. J. Mar-ken haaaseaa. 7 \\J ANTED— lure, two good heavy »V teams, by the month. Apply to St. l'aul Ice company's ice house, 50 Fillmore ay. west. * 2 WAITER— Head waiter wanted, a com » potent man of good address; none other need apply. X 13. Globe. 7 MAN— Wanted, a man to work at 99 East- Piftn st., commission house. 1 UPHOLSTERER and furniture repairer ' wanted. J. D. Durie. 290 Rice st. 1 H\ * A ITERS— Three waiters (white) at the VV Delicatessen, 186 Easf^eventh st. 2 "*! 17 ODD CARVER— Wanted, a good wood \ \ carver. A. D. Smith & Co., Sixth and Cedar sis. 1 ODD SAWYER wanted Monday. Ap \V ply 561 Oakland ay. 1 YOUNG M Whined, a young man who has had some experience as clerk in general store one who is good penman and bookkeeper" preferred, for a country store, find who speaks <"erman and Norwegian. Address, stating references, age and salary expected, County Store, Globe, Minneapolis, Minn. ' - -' 169-70 .VAJ*T_-» TO BUY. ALL kinds of household effects bought cash. Address C 93, Globe: will call at residence. " * '* . 155-99 D AGS, SCRAP RON AND METALS— XL 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* S APE— Wanted, good lire and burglar O proof safe, medium size. City clerk, Altoona. Wis. * 169-70 WILL PAY CASH for all kinds of fur niture. Address P 16, Globe. 169-73 SITUATIOWS OFIT.RI'I>. l-emale. ■ ; : : __. ____ ■. APPRENTICES— Dressmaking appren tices wanted at 133 East Seventh. 1 COOK— Good female cook wanted ; German preferred ; good wages. No. 282 East Third st. .. ... 7 7 107-73 COOK— good cook and laundress wanted, at 177 Virginia ay. ; German preferred. Apply in the morning. ' - - . 1 COOK — two good reliable girls, one to cook and wash, other for second work: call Sunday during day; week days after op. m. 340 West Third. 1 COOK— Competent cook wanted in small private family on St. Anthony Hill. Call an afternoon. 80 Kent st. . l COOK— a good cook to go to White Bear lake for the summer; also a second girl. Apply to 373 Grove st. . ' . •7 " ISHWASHEK— girl to wash • dishes. 02 East Eleventh st. * 7 DINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, one ex perienced dining-room girl, at 453 Wa couta st., corner Eighth. 7 ERRAND GlßL— Wanted; errand girl; also girl to -do light housework; no scrubbing or washing. ~30«_ West Third, Room 6. 1 GIRLS Wanted, two girls this morning at 236 West Third st., one that under stands bakery and confectionery store and one for kitchen; call early. 7 GIRL— Wanted, experienced dining room girl. 347 Robert st. 1 GIRLS — Two dining room girls. St. James hotel. 7 GIRL— Wanted, a competent girl at 481 Iglehart st; only two in family; Ger man preferred. » 1 GIRL to cook, wash and iron in family of five: no children. 603 John st. " 2 OUSEWORK— a good girl for general housework: one who can cook; no washing. 192 East Tenth st. 1 OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. Apply at 254 Martin st. 1 OUSEWORK— GirI wanted for general housework in small family: good wages for good girl. 523 Western ay. 169 70 OUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework in family of three; must be good cook. Call Monday morning. 79 Mackubin st. 1 OUSEWOKK— young girl about seventeen for light housework. Apply to Mrs. Titus, 04S Jackson, front room, third floor. 2' HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a servant for general housework; good recommend ations required. Apply between 12 and 2 on Tuesday and Thursday at 129. West ern ay. " 2 OUSEWOKK— Wanted, good girl tor general housework. 344 South Robert st. : 1 OUSEWORK— Wanted, good strong girl for housework. Apply Monday morning at 56 Fillmore ay. west. 2 OUSEWOKK— Wanted, a girl for gen eral housework. 73 Maekubin st. • 1 OUSEAVORK— GirI wanted for general housework. Apply at 847 Marshall ay. ; good wages. 1 OUSEWOKK— competent girl for gen eral housework in family of two at 181 Iglehart st. 1 OUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for general housework. Call at 401 North Exchange st. ."''." 'v- .-'.'-. ': ■'•7 ''.' 1 OUSEWORK— German girl would like a situation in small family for general housework. Address A 14, Globe. .1 OUSEWOKK— Waaated, girl at once lor housework; "good cook;" doesn't have to do washing; good wages. 153 Arundel st .;.-.- '■!■ HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen eral housework. 60 East Seventh St.. third floor. 1 HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen eral housework at 329 Grove st. . ; 1 OUSEAVORK— Wanted, a good Geim-aaa or Bohemian girl for general house work at 203 East Eighth st. _ 1 OUSEWOKK— GirI wanted for general housework at 142 Ramsev st, corner of Wilkin. " 1 OUSEWORK— a good girl to wash dishes and help in kitchen. Call at 385 Washington st 1 OUSEWOKK — German girl wanted; must be good cook and washer and ironer. Apply at 177 Virginia ay. immedi ately. ' 109-171 HOUSEWORK— Y'ouug girl wanted for light housework: one who would like to learn dressmaking. Call at 108 College ay. west. 1 OUSEWORK— girl for general housework, at 142 Reaney st. 7 OUSEAVORK— GirI wanted for general housework; §15 a mouth: German pre ferred. 301 Grove st; please call in the morning. 1 OUSEAVOLK— Competent girl, for gen eral housework; call at once. 74 . igle hart st. 7 OUSEAVORK— Two girls tor general work and that can room at home. No Name Restaurant, 149 West Seventh st. 168-70 _.-': H OUSEAVORK— Wanted a girl for general housework, washing and ironing. 050 Olive st. 7 OUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for general housework ; references required. 442 Dayton ay. 7 ' LADY CLERK— Wanted, young lady to. tend stationery, news and confectionery store; state wages expected. Address P 45, Globe. 1 KITCHEN WORK— Wanted, a good girl XV or boy to help do kitchen work at 84 Park place; references. 1 ITCH EN WORK— girl wanted at 408 Ashland, for kitchen work. 1 69-170 L All NOV* GIRLS wanted at luternationa hotel. 1 MACHINE OPERATOR — Wanted, a young girl to operate Wilcox & ■ Gibbs sewing machine. Call at Room 20, Mann heimer block, between 4 and 6 p.m. Mon day. 1 NURSES and other ladies should investi gate Prof. Lonsdales' .'Nurses Agency; greatest opportunity ever offered to ladies wishing to take up nursing; call for circulars to Mrs. Pirie, Room 30, 27 East Seventh st, St. Paul. Take notice! Prof. Lonsdale will give a free lecture on Thursday, June 21, at 3 p. m.; all ladies are respectfully invited. 170-3 NURSE— Wanted, a competent nurse at ll 482 Holly ay. 1 NURSE Wanted, young nurse girl; good home; dresses and aprons furnished. 274 Pleasant ay. * - 1 TVTURSE— Wanted, a good reliable nurse IA for child eighteen months old; city recommendations required. No. 439 Igle hart st. . l EWING GlßLS— Wanted, two sewing girls: one waist and one skirt hand. Mrs. Beach, 272 East Eleventh, rooms 9 and 10. _1 SEWING G I Rl,— Wanted, a first class sewing girl to assist at dressmaking gen erally. Apply Monday morning at 685 St. Peter street. 1 ECOND COOK— an active, ex perienced girl as second cook at Win ter's restaurant, 459 Wabasha st. 10 to 11 or 2 to 3. 170-71 SECOND GIRL— a reliable girl for second work in small family. Apply Sunday morning, or week day after 6, at 340 West Third st. " .1 ECOND WORK— competent girl tor second work can obtain a good|situation by applying immediately at 107 Virginia ay. Call morning between 10 and 12 o'clock. 1 QKI'OM) AVORK— Wanted, a girl to do O second work in a private boarding house, 211 Pearl st. . , ; • l ; EWING GIRLS— Two good sewing girls Monday. Miss Oliver. _4A Wabasha. 2 TELEGRAPHY— Waaited. two more young : ladies to learn telegraphy. Apply" to P. A. Maron, room 63, Davidson" blocs. " 170 IT WASHERWOMAN wanted at 419 North »V Exchange st. l AIST FINISHERS— Two good waist finishers, at ■ once. 63 East Third, Room 1 7 FOB ____£___ '■: * BABY CARRIAGE— sale, a first-class baby carriage in good order: also crib and wardrobe. Call at 487 Broadway. . 169-170 - OR SALE— Twenty or twenty-five bead of young blooded Holstein and Polled Argus stock, or exchange for St. Paul, real estate. Q. 48. Globe. ■ 109-71 LANTERN— five-glass lantern :in use one year; inquire at corner Rice and Aurora aye. J. 11. Gaynor.. : . >■ .170 MILK— For sale, thirty gallons of milk per day at depot : St. Paul or Minneapolis ; ' 12"-2 ceuts per gallon. Address II 5, Globe. - - 105-70 "'■ ■ -*■_ POSTAGE STAMPS— A large collection of postage stamps from all parts of the globe, consisting of 8-0 or '9oo varieties, for sale by Emil Brandt, Strong- Hackett Hard-" ware company. St. Paul. 169-170 STONE— Contractors, builders, • architects O and quarrymen, take notice that I am prepared to furnish stone, in any. quantity or dimensions, from the- well known Mc- Carthy quarry, on the West side. John A. Weide 366 Jackson. street, room 3. * 109-175 HEEL SCRAPERS— sale, cheap, . ten Climax wheel scrapers. Inquire 49 East Third st, St. Paul. 168-70 THE, gAt-NTC TAVL DAILY GLOBE: MGIvDAT MOKNING, JUNE 18, 1883. SITUATIONS WASTE-**. —- . It-ale. -_—————— — . «- • ACCOUNTANT— Accountant or assistant with some reliable firm; have had expe rience," and can furnish best of reference re garding standing and ability. • Address A 94,' Globe. .V; l . BARRER — Young man with some exper ience desires position with good white" barber. Address Q 72, Globe. 1 BOOKKEEPER— Young man, twenty-" three years old, wants position as book keeper, assistant or cashier; good references and bonds. . . Address D 22, Globe. 170-72 - BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, • position by first-class bookkeeper; ten years' " ex perience; first-class references as "to habits and qualifications. Address P 34, Globe. _. * 169-170 .. BOOKKEEPER Bookkeeper of five [ years' experience wants employment; ; reference given. Address A, 445 Race st. 1 OOKKEEPEK— man twenty three years old wants position as book keeper, assitiuat or cashier; good references. D 22, Globe. 109-173 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 0 33, Globe. *_■ 5 CLERK— situation as clerk in _ grocery store by- young man ; speaking more languages: two years' experience. Ad dress S 37, Globe. 7 CLERK Wanted, hotel work; competent man wants clerk or bar situation: wife to do dining room or chamber work; country preferred. Address H 73, Globe. 5 CLERK— situation as grocery clerk by young man speaking more lan guages: two years' experience. Address Q 50, Globe. l COOK— Situation wanted by a first-class man as head cook in a hotel; A No. 1 references. Call or address B. W. Wolf, head cook at the Clark house, Minneapolis. 6 CASH Wanted, by a boy, twelve years old, situation as cash boy. Address ■ Jack, 155 Pleasant ay. . -■ 6 COACHMAN— Young Scotchman wants situation as coachman: thoroughly un derstands his business ; good references. Ad dress i( 78, Globe. l DRIVER— Wanted, situation by a steady, sober man to drive light delivery wagon : will take care of horse and wagon. * Address ij 58, Globe. ° 7 ENGINEER— Wanted, situation by an ex perieni el stationary engineer; can han dle dynamo; first-class papers: best of city references. Address F. E. Kenny, 484 Sixth st. , " 6; EMPLOYMENT— A young man who thoroughly understands bookkeeping wants a situation immediately. P 18, Globe. MPLOYMENT— Wan ted, a place to work by a Swede; to take care of horses or any kind of work. Address D 15, Globe. 6 MPLOYMENT— Situation in some busi ness house by a young man twenty-two years of age who speaks German, Swedish and English. Apply Globe office, Stillwater. EMPLOYMENT— Young man with office experience wants position less con fan ing; can furnish some capital. Address S 32. Globe. 1 EMPLOYMENT— A young man of good habits (Norwegian) wants a position with an American family for the sake of . learning the English language. Address X 8. Globe. °~ i -MPLOYMENT of any kind wauted by a young man not afraid of work; he is a good peatman, and talks English aud Scandi navian. Address 269 East Fourteenth st. ' 168-170 HEAD WAITER— competent head waiter of gentlemanly address: none other need apply. Address X 13, Globe. 6 HOSTLER— a situation by young German as hostler in gentleman's serv ice. Address X 30, Globe. 7 HOSTLER— Wanted, situation by a German boy to take care of horses and do chores around house. Address G 40. Globe. r 4 JANITOR Married man wishes a situa tion as janitor; carpenter by trade; will ing to work : can give good city reference Address W 2, Globe. 5 OFFICE .MAN — competent office man open for temporary work during vaca tion season; any kind; references. Address J 55. Globe. '*"'.•' -.';.•..-" 0 PAINTING— by a young man to learn the painting business, or any hon orable employment. Call City hotel. " 6 STENOGRAPHER of ability; experi enced and rapid typewriter, desires po silion. Address ij 72. Globe. 168-71 -female. BOOKKEEPER— by a young lady as assistant bookkeeper, clerk, cashier or any office work; can talk French and English. Address 201 West Congress st. COPYIST — Situation wanted as copyist by a young lady in office: can use type writer if necessary. Address P 13. Globe. 1 COPYIST— lady would like a position as copyist or office work. Ad dress P 17, Globe. 7 Ciopying— Wanted, a position by a young ' lady to do copying, or other writing. Can furnish good reference. Address C, Globe. 5 E MPLOYMENT-A girl would like to work mornings and evenings for her board: can give good references. Address P 12. Globe. (J EMPLOYMENT— Young Sidy desire light situation without washing or care of children: some leisure time more object than high wages. Address S 43, Globe. l HOI'S WORK— competent girls want situations in a small private family: American preferred. Please address 5 14 Orleans st.. West St. Paul. 1 HOUSE CLEANING— wants work by the day, house cleaning or washing in a laundry. 491 Mississippi st. 1 NURSE— Situation wanted by a lady as nurse to take care of baby and help at second work in a private family. Call or ad dress 952 Front st. " 6 SEAMSTRESS— seamstress wishes to obtain plain sewing by the day. Call or write to 175 St. Anthony a/. " 1 SEWING — A young girl wants a chance to go to Duluth with a, private family either to do sewing or light housework. X 21, Globe. 1 ECONO ill RL— Wanted, a situation as second girl, by young laay. Apply at 020 St. Peter st. 1 TRIMMER— A young lady wishes a posi tion as assistant trimmer or saleslady in" a millinery store. A. F., corner Mendota and Beech sts. 6 WASHING— A young woman would like V V to go out washing three days in a week. Address O G. Globe. - 1 ASHlNG— Wanted, washing to do by a lady. Address 1} 85. Globe. 7 IJiSTBt'CTIOJi. NNA C. DREW school shorthand, type writing and telegraphy; first-class and exclusive x learn now for positions in the fall. Address Elva J.. Wilcox, Hale block, corner Third aud 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 tietter instruction than can be obtained elsewhere. Address corner Seventh and Jackson. 102-73 C*IURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE— AII J branches, including shorthand and type writing. Address St. Paul or Minneapolis. 120* GUITAR INSTRUCTION— selected for purchasers free of charge. Malcolm E. Nichols. 507 Grand Opera Block. . 131* ■ LEARN SHORTHAND— Best principles of Graham, Pitman and Munsoia taught; full course, $10. William A. Shepfer. 251 Iglehart st.. St. Paul. 100-71 SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND typewriting — system; lessons day, evening or by mail ; send for circulars. Miss J. D. Hess. Union Block. 162* HORTHAND AN D TYPEWRITING— Lessons day. evening, and by mail. Mal colm E Nichols, 507 Grand Opera block. 134* - CT. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC, •_> 20 East Exchange St.— Lessons given on Piano, Organ, Guitar. Violin and Mandolin; hours arranged to suit pupils. For terms call or address The Superioress. ■ 168* DRESSMAH I \<». DRESSMAKER— First-class, desires sew ing in private families; /perfect fit guaranteed.. S 40. Globe. . . l RESSMAKING— Wanted, dressmaking to do at 002 John st. ; cutting "and fit ting a specialty; prices low. _ *""*"""""_- FOLLETT SYSTEM of dresscutting 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 heimer Block. 148-178 PYEWOKKS. ~~~~. BRING your old hats, have them reshaped, pressed, dyed or bleached; ostrich feath ers dyed to match dress trimmings at Hayes & Hayes', 30 West Third st, up stairst 169-170 DL. JAMIESON & CO.'S Steam Dye , • Works— Gents' clothing a specialty. 1 14 West Sixth st, St. Paul, Minn. 134* LREAL -ESTATE FOR SALE. 7 ' fUiscctlaneous City List. 7- A VERY -VALUABLE FARM of 550 acres within one hour's ride of St. Paul by railroad; about 3oo acres in cultivation, balance rich pasture; fine buildings; two dwelling houses, barn 36x100 feet stable: full line of agricultural implements; rail road station on the prmises; five fine brood mares;, valuable three-year-old colt; seventy . head of horned stock. Of . which • about forty : are select milch cows, balance young heifers and calves, the get of a thoroughbred llolstein bull kept on the place; milk shipped daily to, St Paul by-,, railroad ; everything an the best' condition, • •this valuable property is offered at aiverj • low price if sold within a week. For further information call on John Swainson & Jioj/i 209 East Seventh st ____-____lC_>_7_ r OR SALE OR EXCHANGE for Stj*aute real estate, part cash, 320 or 160 acres first-class wheat and stock farm. E. L. Fales, Box 2199, St Paul. ■__ 168173 OR Comfortable residence, 144 Nina ay.; in perfect order; ready for oc cupancy: 14 rooms; modern improvements good stable ; lot 50x159 feet to alley ; will be» sold at a very reasonable price and on literal* terms of payment Wm. G. Robertson, Drake Block, 180 East Third st. 109-173 FOR SALE— Two houses on St. Anthony • ay., between Jay and Farrington, "with " all modern improvements; hot and cold '■ water; nine rooms; very easy terms. Apply 254 Martin st 109-75 FOR SALE— At Forest La_e, a new elghtj large-room house, with two desirSblyJ situated lots; lake frontage. Addrcs<Chos.C."i York, Forest Lake, Minn., or C. H. Murphy. Globe. 108-72 HOME For sale, very nice home with . shade trees, newly fitted, at 336 Good rich ay.. on easy terms. 164-170 I WILL SELL the most desirable east facing lot that is for sale in E. Rice's First addition, and at $500 less than lots in - same addition if sold before the Ist of July. 962 Burr st 169-70 PROFITABLE INVESTMENT— I per cent each month and clear of taxes -*u enterprising and responsible country mer chant who is doing a lucrative business in a beautiful located county seat village In the Minnesota valley, wishes* to increase his busi ness capital, and offers forsale, with the priv ilege to lease the premises at an annual rent of equal to 12 per cent per annum ; rent pay able every month in advance; and besides pays the "real estate taxes thereon— the fol lowing described best located town property, consisting of a corner lot 100x150 feet, fac ing east, with a fine and well built two-story frame business building, 22x50 feet, contain ing up stairs five pleasant dwelling rooms, handsomely painted and finished, three large clothes closets with shelving and a spacious hall-way; the ground floor with a wing in the rear 19x30 feet one-story high, consisting of a neat general store with, post office; four nice dwelling rooms, closet pantry and ' summer kitchen, with large cistern and pump; and adjoining the store is a warehouse 14x25, with a flat, iron roof, one story high, which needs only a railing to convert at luto a nice veranda: there is also a good partitioned cellar, aud the purest and best spring-well water of the village on the premises. -The present owner, a business gentleman of refinement and culture, has • recently enlarged, rebuilt and remodeled the property at a cash outlay of SI ,600. and the house is in perfect order aud aiicelv painted; the store the handsomest in the county, with all the shelving, counters, bins, etc., grained in oak color, and all the rooms up stairs, and -on the ground floor are beautifully grained in light oak, nicety paper-hanged: all the windows have -large, one-light sashes with storm-windows, ana storm and screen-doors for the whole house; the property is almost wholly surrounded 7' by large "shade trees, which makes ihe house" very cool in summer, and adjoining the building is a large 05x15') --foot, beautifully platted-out garden, with .lawn in front, large shade-trees alongside the house and in the rear; also, plenty of currant bushes, nice gravel walks and a spacious back-yard, '. and ,the* whole property is sur rounded by a substantial board fence and an ornamental picket fence in front; I intend to sell this property, should be seen to be appreciated, at "lie low price ol $2, 800 cash, including the entire store-fixtures and outfit (worth S4OO, and as good as new) ; the title of the property is perfect, and no incum brances thereon ; the present owner occupies ' ' only the lower dwelling, and the upper story ' ' would be a comfortable dwelling for a pur- 1 '. chaser, who wants to enjoy a quiet, country; ! life, pure air. or a summer vacation, wiih plenty of fishing and hunting sport in close. ' vicinity. For further particulars address - ■ Country Merchant Globe, St Paul, Minn. - - 108-74 THE new, modern residence, No. 292 St. Anthony avenue, near Farrington,-' for- . sale, rent or exchange. John A. Weide; 366 Jackson street, room 3. 169-171 • ' — ft~ n BUSINESS CDAH'CES. . a ) ;,., Miscellaneous Business Chance* ■' LOTH ING STOCK— For sale, 817,000 stock of clothing and furnishing goods, fixtures and lease: part cash, balance city real-estate. Inquire at 133 East Seventh ~ . 100-170 • ■ ~ t • DRUGGIST— any druggist with 7 / money a $1,500 business in a Da- ( kota county seat? average "daily cash, £22 the year round. Address at once 22, Globe. " 165* FOR SALE — room on Superior st, Duluth ; six tables; long lease; low rent: rare chance for right man; good reason for selling. Address S. E. Atkinson. 215 West Superior st.. Dululh. 109-72 OR SALE— well established feed and eommisssoia business; good locution; will sell -at invoice." Address t_ 73. Globe. - :■- 169-175 FOR SALE— The finest restaurant and catering business in the Northwest. Ad dress 48, Globe. -'. ; 168-73 RUG STOKE— For sale, drug store at St. (loud, Minn.; reason for selling, death of owner; terms reasonable. For i>ar ticulars, address C. S. Mitchell, St. Cloud. Minn. ■ 162-71 FOR SALE— A iirst-class groceri store at 460 St. Peter st. " 104-170 GROCERY STORE— paying grocery T store for sale ; stock and fixtures-will ! amount to $400 or $500; first-class opening j to right party: rent §2s per month. Address P 40, Globe.' .; ___. .-;. -'■* ;•;. • 100-70 111] EAT MARKET doing a nice business I'i. must be sold this week. Apply at 310 Rondo st. - -'■•■■•■ " 170-72 f> ESTAURANT- FOR SALE— At a bar- V gain; finely furnished, well located, doing good -business; cheap rent. Address (_ 99,. Globe. . ',-" . "-;. 108-73 RESTAURANT FOR SALE— One of the best paying restaurants and lunch counters in St. Paul; cheap for cash. Ad dress B 6. Globe." 164-70 WINE HOUSE— For sale. Pacific Wine House, with fixtures, stock, lease and license. J. Bloom, Prop., 61 East Seventh st. ' ■ 170 HORSES AUD €ARKIACa:S. li. BOLTON, VETERINARY SUR • -geon, has recovered /rom his recent ill ness and may be found at Culleu's liven-, 23 West Fourth st. 109-70 C CARRIAGES, buggies of every style at J lower prices than 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 wsgons and harness. Call, before purchas ing, King's carriage rooms. Fourth and 'Min nesota^ 145* FOR SALE CHEAP— Bay horse, sound, seven years old. good roadster; also Con cord buggy. Address Horace F. Gore. 175 Western ay., city. 109-171 FOR SALE at a bargain, a bay mare six years old, suitable for family use;-""can be driven single or double. Apply to .N. Dutcher, King's stable, Minnesota st. "16j9 : 70) . DOlt SALE— horse five years old, X? sound and kind," suitable for family or general use; also buggy and harness; will sell separate or together. "455 Goodhue st. 168-7-t FOR SALE A grey mare forsale; weight, about 1,050 pounds; is a good single driver. Inquire at Farriss' livery, corner -• Rice and Aurora aye. " 170-72 FOR SALE— A team of horses, harness* and wagon; price, 8100. . Inquire at 405 Rice st 170 ' FOR SALE— extension top carriage, •■ : very cheap. 439 Portland ay. 169-171 FOR SALE— At a bargain, a good driving - and riding pony. Culleu's Liven-, 23 , and 25 West Fourth st. 1 05 : 74 7 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- A double 1 and single set of harness : also buggy and two-seated Concord wagon ; all in good ' condition. S3 East Fourth st. 166-172 INSURE your horses and cattle in The - Sterling Lave Stock Insurance company. 509 Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. . 136* VST ANTED— A pair of carriage horses; VV state height, weight age and color. Address B. Y. S., Globe. ' ' 169-71 A— BREWSTER side bar top buggy; *JVy _". almost new ; cost when made 5250.-' 87 Polos st..' Sixth ward. __ 16!)- 170 ;-•: • 7r7^iisc^ixA^EO"rs. : "i: : >i^. OOKKEEl'lNtJ^Boo'ks'opeued; Closed,' * posted, expert work. etc. F. Sprague. room 252. Drake block, St. Paul. - 122* BRANCH is a sure cure for female diseases. Samples free. H.Walker, l93' Pearl st. . . . . 169-99 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING, of all kinds done perfectly on short no- j tice; stenographers furnished. Miss J. I). | Hess, 68 and 69. Union Block. 162* j TRACING or ; copying wanted id "even-* i _ . 7 ings. W H, 459 Wabasha st 1 200,000 WANTS Were printed in the Globe's Advertising Columns in 1887. This Is the best evidence' that the Glo-E is the People's Papeb. WHERE WANTS CAN BE LEFT FOR INSERTION 1N ..." . .. ■-:>-- THE : C3-__-o_3___. \ 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 Weii Seventh street BERKMAN & CO.. 422 Dakota avenue. E. FOX, 482 Rice street 7v ':\ O. P. WILLIAMS, 648 Reaney street FRANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenne. «T. H. HAVES. 441 West Seventh street F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist, 828 East Sev enth street ....^.C ; . HIFPLER & COLLYER, Druggists, 199 East Seventh street. . •---:■--, JOHN" FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY, ; 470 Jackson street . z. . ;_.- ; - * , WILKES' PHARMACY. Seven Corners. M.D. MERRILL, books and stationery, 442 Broadway. ' AUCTION SALES. A. M. Doherty, Auctioneer. IMPORTANT SALE OF ELEGANT Residence Property ■on Maria ay. by Auction— will sell at auction on the premi ses, on the corner of Maria ay. and East Eighth st., 011 Wednesday, June 20, at 3:30 p. m., the elegant residence and grounds of J. J. Lemou, Esq.; who intends to remove from the state as soon as he can dispose of some of his interest in St. Paul realty; this property is without doubt the finest in loca tion of any property on Dayton's Bluff; the view is flue, and commands a vast part ot the city, and will rank very favorably with the many sightly residences for which the bluff is noted; the first piece to be sold is a fine lot 40x120. with frontage on Maria ay., together with the improvements, which con sist of a fine house of eight rooms (nearly new), good bath, cistern and lake water, hot and cold water pipes up and down stairs, fine fruit and shade trees, etc.. etc. : the sec ond piece will be the homestead of Mr. Lemon ; this property consists of ■ two lots, having together a frontage on Maria ay. of 92 feet by 120 feet on Eighth st. ; the house was built with a view to comfort and is pro vided with all the modern conveniences,' it contains nine large, fine rooms, good bath room, hot aud cold . water, good bain and carriage house, etc. The grounds are nicely laid out and well shaded wiih line trees, shrubbery, small fruit trees, apples, dluhis, etc., etc. On account of Mr. Lemon's projected removal from the city, he has decided to sell the property to the high est bidder. While on account of the present year being a political one, it is not to be ex i>ected that the full value of this property will be realized, it will be well enough to remind the people that . property in the im mediate vicinity, unimproved, is held at from §150 to §200 per foot. This part of the city is eagerly sought after for fine- residence sites, as can easily be attested by the class of buildings in the * near neighborhood, among which may be mentioned the : homes of Messrs. Willius, L. E. Reed, Aid. Hamm, S. Mayall, Lawrence and others. Terms made known on the grounds on day of sale. : A. M. Doherty, auctioneer. 51 East Fourth st. 169-70. ,■■:- ■■■:• , DESIRABLE RESIDENCE and fine lot at auction— will sell at auction on the premises, on Tuesday, June 1!). at 5 o'clock iv the afternoon, lot 8. block 29, West St. Paul Proper; this property is situated on Win-low st., near Isabel, ana has a front age of 50 feet by a depth of 150; the im provements consist of a good story-and-a naif cottage : good well, -cistern and cellar; the location is all that could be desired, be ing near the edge ot the : bluff-, on the West side, and commanding a very fine view of the whole city; for a pleasant and conven ient home there is nothing in the' city that can surpass it. A. M. Doherty, auctioneer, 51 East Fourth st. 169-71 Sansome's Co., Auctioneers. Office, 232 East Seventh st. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNl ture at public auction to satisfy storage lien against the same. Monday morning, June the 18th, commencing at 9:30 o'clock sharp, the following list of furniture de scribed below will be sold to the highest bid der for cash, on the ground floor, of our new auction, commission and storage rooms, 232 East Seventh st. : Lot 54-<>l to 54-109 inclusive elegant parlor suite, trimmed in silk and plush, cost new 5250; one antique oak bedroom set complete, one genuine cherry bedroom set, two cherry stain bed room sets, one sideboard, two wardrobes, large lot of fine Moquette and Brussels aid .Ingrain carpets, portieres, draperies, one parlor billiard table complete, one splendid dining set 153 pieces; three. fine hanging lamps, one first-class cook ange, large lot of crockery, glassware, pictures, rockers, chairs, one dining table, etc., etc. All parties in search of bargains in good household effects will find it to their interest to attend this sale. Sansome's Co., auctioneers. *___€*_> LOT OF HOUSEHOLD' EF fects at auction, this (Saturday) morning, June 10. at 10 o'clock sharp, at our sales mart on Sibley street, between Sixth and Sev enth streets." Sansome's Company, Auc tioneers. ■ NE GOOD WORK AND DRIVE horse, nine years old; weight, 1.300 pounds; color, dark bay; kind and true; works both single and double; must be sold at auction this (Saturday) morning at 11 o'clock at our sales mart on Sibley street. N. P.— Privilege of trial given. Sansome's Company, Auctioneers. BOOKS AT AUCTION TO-MORROW (Monday), June 18, at 10 o'clock a. m., at 2.'12 East Seventh st: Dickens' works complete in six volumes; Moore's and By ron's poems: Horace Greeley's Civil Strife; Josepliusof 1830: Hudibras. 1526, etc. San some & Co., Auctioneers. • 169-70 URNITURE AT RESIDENCE AT Public Auction— Wednesday morning, June 20, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, we will sell at public auction the entire con tents of the residence. No. 348 East Ninth st., near the corner of Olive;, as a partial list read below: One good parlor suite, four good bed room sets, complete: good carpets throughout the house, tables, chairs, rockers, stands, mattresses, springs, crockery, glass ware, cook stove, etc. ; be on time if you wisn to secure bargains. Sansome's Company, Auctioneers. Office, 232 East Seventh st 169-72 A. 11. jXicolay, Auctioneer. ENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FUKNl ture at Auction At the residence of Dr. M. McG. Dana, No. 218 Nelson ay.„ a few doors above summit place, A. 11. Nicolay will sell at auction on the premises, Tuesday morning. June 19. 1888. rain or shine, com mencing at 10 o'clock, all the genteel house bold furniture, including parlor, dining room and bed room suits, carpets, etc., etc. terms cash: all the goods must be removed same day, and immediately after the conclusion of the sale. A. H. Nicolay, Real Estate and General Auctioneer; office at the Nicolay Real Estate Exchange, No. 110 East Fourth St.. next to Robert st. ; our Merchandise Auc tiou Sale No. 6,768. 169-70 A. l_ory, Auctioneer. ÜBLIC AUCTIONEER— Charges rea sonable. Office 181 East Seventh. 153* PERSONALS. 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 IF W. 11. KIENSTRA will inquire at 143 Fourth st. he will find his mother. M/ Kienstra. * 165-171 IVTRS. A. BAGNELL, magnetic healer, iYJL 3^o Broadway. 169-75 RS* PARTRIDE, of Minneapolis, clairvoyant and magnetic, is located at ,1 71 East Seventh St., St. Paul: paralysis, 'rheumatism and nervous diseases a specialty, 164-70 jjVf ADAM TEITSWORTH, St. Paul's , IVI oldest and best clairvoyant fortune • teller, 402 Minnesota St., between Sixth and ; Seventh. 169-75 -It /l ADAM BLANCH, the greatest mind ( lf X reader and fortune-teller in the world, ■467 East Seventh st., to call on her. She is ' the most reliablef all. 164-70 *"• - WASTED TO KE-T. HOUSE Oil FLAT of four to six rooms centrally located. Address, stating terms, F. H. Cole. 246 West Third st. 170 HOUSE— to rent a small house, with bam, within one mile of court house. A 56, Globe. 168-172 ROOMS — Wanted, two. three or four . furnished rooms for light housekeeping, private family preferred; references ex changed. ; Address, J 47, Globe. 165-172 LOST ASI) FO"_TWD. ORSE LOST— A roan horse. 83 East- Fourth st. ■-.; ■- .■-.-■■■■. 169-70 I WILL FAY a targe reward, ana no ques tions asked, for , the . return of my red Irish setter; had scar, on lower eyelid and front tocth out on lower, jaw. Stone; the ; Jeweler. 244 East Seventh st. ;.- 7 166-72 VV LOST— three-months-old sheperd I 'pup; yellow color;" liberal reward will be paid for'ihe return. 83 East Fourth st." 169-70 FOR rest. Houses. ..,.". COTTAGE— A furnished cottage fronting on White Bear lake for rent for the sea son. . Inquire Room 57, German- American ' bank.. •■■'.. 169-172 COTTAGE— To rent, cottage at Lake Man netonka, near. Hotel Lafayette; -seven rooms furnished. A. B. Tavlor, Minneapolis. . : 169-172* ■■■>■■. COTTAGE— For rent, a cottage of four rooms on Otsego st. Apply to H. Dou-' gan, 229 East Thirteenth st. 167* ELEGANT apartment in the."Richmond" -with steam heat; furnished house near capitoi ; $45 for large house on Laurel ay. ; - $45 for house near Central Park; all with modern improvements. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st. 169-73 FOR RENT, SALE OR EXCHANGE— House and lot at Bald Eagle lake; lots at Bald Eagle lake; store and dwelling, 268 Rice St., city : houses 88 and 90 Park place, city; twenty acres on line of Sault railroad, Rice st. Apply to J. B. West, 52 West Third st. : - 109-70 HOUSE — For - the season,' summer residence at White Bear Lake; situated ou Maniiou island; boats, stable; house fur nished for occupancy. Stone <_ Morton, 82. German American Bank Building. 169-71 HOUSE — For rent new eight-room house, with modern improvements; fifteen minutes' walk trom postoffice and within one block of street cars. H. B. Farwell, 18 East Fourth st 169-75 HOUSE— Complete modern eleven-room house, 47 Tiltou st; splendid four-room flat Esterley. Maaanheimer block. 169-70 HOUSE— For rent, new house of ten rooms at 325 Frankling st. south, with all modern improvements. >::'■•- 169-71 HOUSE— Eight rooms, large yard, hard and soft water. 310 South Oak st, near Seven rooms. -■..*;_.- 169-70 HOUSE — house and several tenements for rent, from $20, $15, $10, $8, $0; 254 Commercial st. 143* HOUSE— $65 per month, ten-room house, carpeted ; 120 feet of land, large barn, all improvements; 711 Lincoln ay. R. G. M. McDowell. 131 East Fifth st.. Room 2. 166-72 HOUSE— to rent July 1; seven rooms; city water and sewer connec tions; central location; rent $30. Apply 129 Iglehart st. 105-171 HOUSE FOR RENT— A new 8-room house with all modern improvements and central location. Inquire J. Schaff houser, 302 Carroll st 169-170 HOUSE For rent, a thirteen-room house; and part of furniture for sale. Inquire at 598 Robert st. 168-70 HOUSE of seven rooms for rent cheap; corner Rice and Como sts. Apply 584 Rice st. . 169-70 HOUSE to rent, . corner of Canada and Norris sts., nine rooms, city water, $35. J. P. Allen, druggist. 414 Jackson st ' 109-171 - HOUSE— Furnished, nine rooms, for the summer; will rent whole or part of house. Apply 505 Wabasha st. 169-70 HOUSE— To let, 12-room house and barn, 819 Summit ay. ; will be put In order to suitable tenant Apply 7, Mannheimer Block. 169-71 Rooms. ROADWAY, 493, RETWEEN NINTH and Tenth sts. — Furnished alcove room ; also back room for rent. 169-170 ROADWAY. Rooms to rent; three first-class rooms, furnished; only first class parties need apply. 169-170 CANADA ST., Three unfurnished rooms for rent : call Monday. .169-70 EDAR ST., Elegant front rooms; cool and roomy; board if desired. Di rectly opposite capitoi. 169-170. EDAR ST., 488— For rent, first floor of flat for housekeeping; furnished com plete ; al-50 nicely furnished rooms on second floor; location central ; references. 170 EDAR ST*", 0001/2— Nicely furnished front rooms, with use ot bath. 169-71 EDAR ST., 524— Large front room with alcove handsomely furnished; suitable for party of gentleman fuse of bath and gas. 166-72 '- CENTRAL AY., 69, WEST— CooI and pleasant rooms for one or two gentle men; $7 and $10 per month. 104-70 CIOLLEC.E A Y., 20, WEST— pleas ' ant furnished rooms, suitable for one or two gentlemen ; modern improvements. 109-70 - ' COLLEGE AY., 24 WEST— Two nicely furnished rooms, with use ot bath, and two unfurnished rooms. 169-173 LEVENTH ST., 61, EAST— Comfort ■"-ably furnished rooms; all mode rat con veniences; table board; $4.50 per week. . 170-72 FRANKLIN, 143, CORNER FOURTH — Two furnished rooms. 169-71 KAN KLIN sx. 314, SOUTH— For rent four large rooms for housekeeping: up stairs. ; 169-71 FIFTH ST., 119, WEST, CORNER OF Rice Furnished rooms. 69-73 FIFTEENTH ST.. 267, EAST— Flrou room, facing easi, with alcove and arge closet, and one room back, with closet; house has modern conveniences and only two blocks from street cars. 168-70 FLAT— A nicely furnished flat of five rooms : all conveniences for housekeep ing; for family without children. Address 549, Globe. ■ 109-71 FLAT— Five-room flat corner of Kent and St Anthony aye. Inquire Room 57, German-American bank. 169-172 OUKTH ST., 123. Furnished rooms; use of parlor and piano. 169-70 IGLEHART ST., 305— Four rooms to rent; ground floor; reference required. In quire3ol Iglehart 169-170 LOUIS ST., 354— rooms, closet, pan try; ground floor: water. Dennis Carr, Merchants hotel. 169-72 _"_____""_ ST., 350— For rent, one nicely furnished room ; cheap. 169-171 TVTINTH ST., 364, EAST, CORNER 1* Olive — airy rooms, with entirely new and elegant furniture throughout: use of bath and gas. 165-71 EARL ST.. 255— Nicely furnished room with a family of two. . 109-70 ORERT ST., 343— For rent, newly nicely furnished room by the day, week or month; modern conveniences: next to the German -American bank. Call at Room 2. 167-71 , ROOMS— For rent at Seven corners, line sleeping rooms, unfurnished, Fore pangh Block. Apply to janitor. 165-178 ROOMS— Fine airy rooms, handsomely tinted and furnished. Reardon block' corner Seventh and Minnesota, Room 21. 165-71 SIBLEY ST., 557 — Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping; water closet and bath on same floor. 169-71 SIBLEY ST., 546— Nicely furnished room, suitable for two. 166 97 SEVENTH ST, 533. WEST— For rent, two trout rooms, third floor; bay win dow, water and water-closet; cheap. 169-70 HERMAN ST., 345— Second floor, tour large rooms and bath ; water paid; sewer connections: front and rear entrance. 162* ST. ANTHONY AY., 280— Nice furnished front room. 109-71 T. PETER ST., 457— Two new elegant furnished front rooms, third floor front 7 '■':'<■- 169-70 ■ ■ ST. PETER ST., 447— Rooms, furnished O and unfurnished, single or suits. 169-71 T. PETER ST.. Large, airy front room on first floor: two gentlemen or married couple. 08-170 T. PETER ST., 554— Furnished and un furnished rooms for rent 108-70 EMPERANCE ST., 470, RETWEEN Eighth and Ninth sts.— For rent fur nished rooms, with or without board. * . 169-70 ' '.-* WARASHA ST., 473— Large, nicely tur laished rooms to rent cheap. 168-76 ARASHA ST., 758— Rooms to rent furnished or unfurnished; .with or without board; from $6 to $12. 169-70 Stores. TORE— Half of store, 110 East Third St., or desk room. . Apply on premises. 105-171 . OTORE— A fine store tor rent for crockery ►_> and furniture business; no opposition; near good locality; rent moderate. Call at 341 Sherman street. 162* Offices. OFFICE desirable corner office on tne second floor of the Globe|building. In quire of St. Paul Real Estate Title Insurance Company. 136* Miscellaneous. BASEMENT, suitable lor storage; also large room on first floor, for storage or other purposes. Apply at 390 Jackson st ■ 109-71 MUSICAL. PIANO TUNING. $I— Satisfaction guar anteed. Samuel Crutchett, Address 304 Ellen st. 141-70 PIANO TUNING— For prompt, first-class work leave orders at Whitney's music store East Third st. ■ _____ 340* BOARD WASTED. BOARD— One or two young : men wash board and room in a private family. Ad dress P 31, Globe. 169-70 FiyANCTAJ-; A| — MONEY is loaned by us on improved • real estate security in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth at 6, OVi, 7, 7V2 per cent ou shortest notice for . any amount. - R. M. Newport & Son. investment bankers, 152, ; 153 and 151 Drake block, St Paul. 73* MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN Company— Loan from $10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagous, etc., with out removal;'' also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackey, manager. Room 14, First National bank build in-. St Paul, and Room 7, Mackey-Leeg block, Minneapolis. ■ 250* jl/I ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- ItJL 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*, MONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per 'sonal property, diamonds, jewelry.furui ture, horses, etc.; commercial papier 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. ..--:- : 159-8. MONEY TO LOAN— small or large sums; no delay. J. C. Stout & Co., 324 Jackson st 113* MONEY on hand to buy purchase money mortgages, or to loan on vacant prop erty. Rothschild & Thurston, 131 East Fifth st . f ' 169-170 MONEY 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 owuer's posses sion; also on watches, Jewelry, diamonds, etc; business strictly confidential ; a private room for ladies. * * -■ ■ 292* ONEY TO LOAN— R. W. Bell & Co., 329 Jackson st., money to loan in any amount upou real or personal property. 169* ONEY TO LOAN on improved ana un improved city property, at usual rates; no delay. Paget & "Smith, Room 49, German- American bank. 73* ONEY— Wanted, a loan ot $50,000 for three or five years at 6 per cent, on first- 1 class productive property in St. Paul. It PJ, P. O. Box 2255. - 169-174 MONEY 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 Jacksonst . 240* " " .. MONEY TO LOAN on diamonds, watches, and all goods of value. Pri vate office for consultation. George R, Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82* 6 PER CENT money to loan on improved property: also money for building; if yon are going to borrow call on us. Roths child & Thurston, I'll East Fifth st. 169-170 """""I (\ 535, SSO, SIOO TO LOAN on tur «JpA\_a niture, pianos, carriages, horses, cows, watches, diamonds, silverware or any other article of value; cash advance made on goods in storage; promptness and privacy guaranteed in making our loans; reasonable rates and no outside lees. St Paul Loan company, No. 3001,. Jackson st, Rooms 1 and 2. 65* -*OABI> OFFERED. good "Seal FOR 15 cents at the Park restaurant corner Seventh and Wacouta' sf-.: steaks, chops and egg, 15 cents; bread, butter, coffee and potatoes in cluded; a good dinner for 10 cents and 15 cents. 168-174 BOARD— nicely furnished rooms; fine shade, extensive laws, beautiful drives and rambles; menu service unex celled. W. W. Woodruff. Meariam Park. **■ ' ■' 169-71 BOARD A few vacancies for young ladies at Milford house, 677 St. Peter; $3.50 per week. 169-76 OARD— Select table board at 155 Twelfth st, corner Jackson . 168-74 BOARD— Private family, one block from the "Albion," St. Anthony hill, desires four or five nice table boarders: also have furnished room for rent; use of Dath. Ad dress G 97, Globe. 165-170 BOARD AND ROOM for two quiet gen tlemen, in private family; no children; lady fine German cook first-class parties only need apply. At2oTilton, near Wabasha. 162-172 EIGHTH ST., 342, EAST — First-class board and elegantly furnished rooms, with use of bath and gas. 165-71 ROOMS— furnished rooms with board: front and adjoining room. In quire at 21 East Tenth ; references required. 169-70 SEVENTH ST., 303, Gentleman and wife, or two geaatlemen, can be accommodated with room and board. 169-71 EVENTH ST., 232, WEST— For rent, nicely furnished single or double rooms with board; also use of bath; one block from Seven corners 169-174 ABASHA ST., 459, Adjoining Y. M. C. A. Single room with board for gentleman ; $5 per week. 169-70 W~ ABASHA ST., 521— Room and board for two gentlemen in private iamily; all modern conveniences: opposite capitoi. TO EXCPAISOE. TO EXCHANGE— Forty acres clear land, improved, near the city, near a lake, $20 an acre; cheap; will take good team first payment Rothschild & Thurston. 131 East Fifth st. - . 169-70 PROFESSIONAL, DR. C. T. MILLER has removed his resi dence to 2301/2 Western aye. south. Office 424 Wabasha. 169-82 NOTICE TO CREDITORS — STATE OF Minnesota, County of Ramsey— ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, June 2d. 1888. In the matter of the estate of Harry R. Rob ertson, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the Judge of Pro bate of the county of Ramsey will, upon the second Monday of the month of December, 1888, at 10 o'clock a.m., hear, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased; and that six months from and after the date hereof have been al lowed and limited for creditors to present their claims against said estate, at the expira tion of which "time all claims not presented or not proven to its satisfaction shall be for ever barred, unless for good cause shown further time be allowed. By the Court, E. S. GORMAN, [_. 5.3 Judge of Probate. O. B. Robertson, Administrator. TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey — ss. District Court. Elizabeth Schaefer, Andreas Faltermann, Philipp Faltermann, Konrad Faltermann, • Heinrich Faltermann, Franciska Schnall, , Gabriel Faltermann, Katherine Sitt, Mar garetha Scherdt, Barbara Faltermann, Plaintiffs, vs. Mary S. Seltzer, Allen B. Seltzer, Michael A. Faltermann, Mary K. Faltermann, William A. Faltermann, De fendants. SUMMONS. The State of Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You. and each of you, are hereby sum moned and required to answer the complaint in the above entitled action, which is now on file in the office of the clerk of the above court, at the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to-said complaint on the subscribers, at their office in tne city of St. Paul. . in the county of Ramsey, within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such serv ice; and if you fail to answer the said com plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief asked in said "complaint. That the above action is for the partition of the following described real estate, situate in said county, viz.: The western half (V*) of lot numbered ten (10;, in block numbered eleven (11). of Window's addition to the city of St. Paul, according to the plat thereof oaa file and of record in the oflice of the Reg ter of Deeds of Ramsev county, Minnesota, Dated this sth day of May. A. D. 1883. BROWN & SCHRADER, " Plaintiffs' Attorneys. St. Paul. Minn. * MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLO ij ers of the St. Paul Gas Light company will be held at the office of the company at St. Paul, Minnesota, on Thursday, June 21, 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of funding the floating debt and providing funds for the future extension of the works, mains, etc. Morgan Brooks, Secy. St. Paul. Minn.. June 6. 1888. ADVERTISED. Last of Unclaimed Letters Re maining in the Postoffice, St. Paul, Minn., June 18, 1888. 77 T - 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 witb the writer's full address, including street and number, and request answers to be directed accordingly. Third— 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. , WILLIAM LEE. 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'-}'■"■ The State of Minnesota to the above-named*: ' « defendant: • • ".— "• • ' ?.:i ' ? ' i You are hereby summoned ana reaulred to :■£ answer tlae complaint of the plaintiff in tha 7j above-entitled action, which ■ as on file in the office of the Clerk of the said Court at his:"-' --office at St. Paul, Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint oniho ' ■-■ subscribers, at their office, in the city of Sti • t- PauL In the County of Ramsey, Minnesota,** 1 ■* within thirty days .. after I the service of thht. T*" summons upon you. exclusive of the day oi= ,; such service: and, if yon fail to answer. the ; 3" said complaint within the time aforesaid, the' *" plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court -- for the relief demanded in the complaint to* ' 7> gether with the costs and disbursement-. * herein. C. D. & THOS. D.* O'BRIEN, Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Minn. , „ i^n SJ _V^*wa*Jßg*****-B- > ; . 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