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ST. PAUL WANTS.
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16 words .Hi .28 .40 .52 .04 .70 88
17 words .17 .30 .43 .56 .091 .82 95
18 words .18 .32 .46 .60 .74 ,^101
19" words .19 .34 .49 .01 .79 .94 LOS
2U words .20 .35 .50 .05 .80 .95 1.10
21 words .21 .37 .53 .00 .85 1.01 1.17
22 word- .22 .39 .56 .73 .90 1.07 1.21
S.;' words .23 .41 .59 .77 .95 1.13 1.31
1/4 words .2 1 .12 .011 .78 .901 1.14 1.32
£5 words .25 .44 .63 .82 1.01 1.20 1.39
"20. words .20 .46 .06 .8611.06 1.26 1.46
27 words .27 .48 .09] .90 1.32 1.53
28 words .28 .49 .To .91 1.1211.33
20 words .29 .51 .73 .95 1.17 1.39 1.61
30 words .30 .53 .76 .99 1.22' 1.45 1.65
31 words .31 .55 .7:' 1.03 1.27 I. 1 1.78
32 words .32 .50 .80 1.04 l.28il.52 1.76
33 words .33 .58 .8311. 05 1.33 1.58 1.80
34 words .34 .00 .86 1.12 1.38 1.03' 1.91 >
35 words .35 .02 .89j 1.10 1.43 1.70 L97
_5 words .30 .03 .90 1.17 44 1 71 1 Os
;»7 words .37 .05 .93 1.21 1.49 1.77 2.05
-is words .38 .07 .90 1.25 1.54 1.83 2.12
39 words .39 .69 .99 1.29 1.59 89 2.19
40 words .40 .70 1.00 1.30 1*60 1.90 2.26
41 words .41 .72 1.03 1.34 1.65 1.96 2.27
42 words .42 .74 1.06 1.38 1.70 2.02 2.30
43 words .43 .70 1.094.42 1.75 2.08 '-' 11
44 words .44 .77 1.10 1.43 1.76 2.09 2.42
45 words .45 .70 1.13 1.47 1.81 12.15 2.49
40 words .40 .81 1.16 1.51 1.86 2.212.50
47 words .17 .-:: 1.10 1.55 1.912.27 2.63
48 words .48 .81 1.20(1.56 1.92 2.28 2.64
49 words .49 .SO; 1.23 1.00 1.97 2.31 2.71
50 words! .50; .88:1.2011. ill 2.02 2.10 2.
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abbreviations count the same as full words.
In Every Case the Money Must Accom
pany the Order.
; SITUATIONS OFFERED.
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ADVERTISING SOLICITOR wanted:
must be of good address and experi
enced: big pay to right man: call Monday.
Weaver. Room 55, Clifton bouse. I
AGENTS— Wanted, agents to sell on com-
mission as a side line the Peerless
Shirts of foreign and domestic flannels, cash
meres and Mackinaw. Address Peerless
Manufacturing Co.. Detroit. -Mich. 110-112
A GOOD MEAL for 10 cents, 15 cents
AA. and upwards; meals at all hours. Cen
tral Restaurant, corner Sixth and Jackson.
A PICTURE— St. Paul Picture Kra me lac
tory; all kinds of pictures and frames;
cheap framing. 39 West Third st. 00-120
BARBER- Wanted, a first-class barber:
$15 a week: steady work. Address.
Leonard Hank, 101 West Superior St., Dn
lutli. Minn. 1
B.\ it I EN DER— A No. 1 bartender; good
mixer; references required; single man
preferred: state age and salary expected.
J. De La Moitc. Chippewa Falls. Wis. Ill
BLACKSMITH wanted at corner West
Seventh and Toronto av. 1
EOT— From seventeen to twenty vears old
for general work and delivery at 500
West Seventh st. : must hung reference; call
between 1 .-md 2 to-day or Monday. 1
BOY— Wanted. a boy fifteen to sixteen years
old lo take care of horse and cow and do
other work about house. Apply to 82] Osce
ola av. " * 1
BOl WANTED— One having some knowl-
edge of printing preferred. Graphic,
corner Arundel st. and Selby av. 1
"DOORKEEPERS AND COLLECTORS
-J —Positions secured for competent men.
Bee Hive Kute-prise. seventh and Kobert. Ill
BOOK AGENT— Wanted, experienced
book agent Inquire 149 Pleasant av.
(I \nvasseus— < ity canvassers fora pop-
' ular and attractive line of goods; salary
and commission. Address Y 18. Globe. 11
C' AN YASSER— An experienced canvasser
' to sell watches and jewelrv eaii find em
ployment by addressing W. C. Bales. 1115
Main St.. Kansas City, Mo. 105-12
Ci A NYASSERS-Wanted. four canvassers.
/ ( all at 364 Wacouta -:. 109-111
f 1 A It LAYERS-Two first-class ear
v net layers at Electric Carpet Cleaning
Works. 140 West Third st. 1
£ (Alt RIAGE PAINTERS-Wanted. lirst-
Y , class carriage painters: one first-class
striper. E. M. Hallo well & Co., 503 to 511
Miunesota st. 111-113
/ 1EMENT PAYING— Wanted a man who
VJ thoroughly understands hexagon ce
ment paving. Talbot, Sioux Citv, Io.
. 111-117 '
C'OATMAKERS— coatmakers, one
' pant-maker and man to work bv the
week. Apply 110 Martin -;. " 1
CI A EM EN for steam shovel work; ship
> to-night— office open from 11 till 2 to
day. White & Co.. 295 Jackson st. Ill
| f~~)KA PER Wanted, a ~_ .class draper:
AJ references required. Address s 19.
DRUG APPRENTICE— Wanted, hoy to
J ' learn drag business, aged fourteen or
fifteen years. Address -i. Hickman, Prince
ton. Minn. 110-17
EIGHT GERMAN MEN and live bovs
wanted for Wisconsin to work in saw
mill; your fare S5. 15: steady work all year.
.-iii Monday morning between 8 and 9
locfc*. 52 West Tenth st. 111
ELEVATOR MAN— situation in gram
-* elevator; familiar with goods and un
derstands machinery; has reference. Ad
dress K 13. Globe. 1
17 A K M HANDS— Good all-around men for
rarms. lice Hive Enterprise, Seventh
and Robert. Ill
FINE DRESS shirts. $1.50, made ~to
order, and cents' underwear: send for
-measurement. A. M. Toftlev. 27 East
Seventh, near Wabasha st. : perfect fit. 2-114
HARNESS MAKEKS-W anted, at once.
ARNESS MAKERS- \\ anted, at once.
one ar two good buggy harness makers
on hand made work: to good men will guar
antee steady emyloymenL Inquire at the
Konantz Saddlery company, 384 Jackson st
HOSTLER- _A man to take care of horses
and work around the house: mauled
man. Address 41 Louisa st.. West side. 1
INTELLIGENT .MAN willing to work!
1 NTEI_7lG~ENT -MAN willing to work;
A good prospects for promotion. Call at
Loom 13. 303 Jackson st. i
fr V. KELLY & CO.. BOOTS AND SHOES,
J. 171 EAST SEVENTH STREET.
HAVE JtTST RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL
SUPPLY OF ALL RUBBER GOODS
PIRECT PROM THE MANUFACTURER,
AND WILL SELL THEM AT PRICES
TO SATISFY* ALL!
._ WOMEN'S RUBBERS 10 CENTS. Ill
KALSOMI N E R-Kals „d .7- .van ted to
T7Y-LSOM INER— Kalsominer wanted to
XV kalsomine eight rooms. Corner Burr
and \\ hitall sts.. St. Paul. 1
ffl/1 AN Wanted, a district manager;
AAA must deposit 8100 and give security for
collections: salary $1. 125 per year, payable
monthly. Address or call upon" George* Sle
line. Room 112, Cumberland block, St. Paul,
.coin-. Eighth and Jacksou sts. 111-13
(PANTS "AND VEST MAKERS at Will-
A jam Geisenheyner's. 12 West Third st.l
I DLASTERERS— Two plasterers wanted
;-L Monday morning at 1025 Lawson st. 1
PLUMBER BOYS wanted to learn the
trade, at J. F. McQuillan & Co.'s, 147
.West sixth si. 1
OSITIONS OF TRUST to those able to
give bonds or references. Bee Hive En
terprise. Seventh and Robert. Ill
IU <>C K M EN— Twenty-live men for drill
ia\ work, etc.: 81-50 to 51.05. Bee Hive
[Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 1 11
SALESMAN WANTED— First-class, en-
O ergelic salesman, acquainted with retail
grocery trade, to sell side line: large coinmis
j-iuu. Address, with references. F 15. Globe.
SALESLADIES — Wanted, experienced
salesladies and trimmers at Schultz's
'Millinery store, corner Third and Minnesota
■SALESMAN— Wauled, a first-class iravel-
SALESMAN— Wanted, a first-class travel
;0 ing salesman to represent a ma fact
uriug bouse in Milwaukee of shirts, pants
'overalls and men's furnishing goods; libera
: terms to those commanding a good trade
' others need not apply. Address Mahler
Kami it Co., 324 Broadwav, Milwaukee.
*_ ' " 108-14 '
W H O !•_ MAKERS — Wanted. twenty or
SHOEMAKERS — to make twenty or
thirty shoemakers to make pacs: s'teudy
work the year round, Helmet II. Lee,
V inoiia. Minn. 100*
8TENOORAPHEK-A first-class sten_^
./O rapher having experience in bookkeep-
ing: answer in own hand writing, giving ex
.perien .. salary expected, etc. Address Y "1
.*...«_. a good tailor wanted at 703
' J Wabasha st. 1
TEACHER— A first-class teacher of sten-
ography—Ben Pitman or Graham sys-
tem: state experience, salary wanted, etc.
Address 17. Globe. " 111-17
TEAMS— more teams to commence
■ work Monday. Bee Hive Enterprise,
Seventh and Robert. Ill
■ — . — i
ri uti&E AGENTS— Wanted, two experi-
■"I'lir.r. AtiKNTS— Wanted, two experi
i J. enced men immediately ' to sell trees
hud nursery stock. Corner Ninth and Broad-
I-Halc-'-Cominu _ 1.
TWO TEAMS wanted Monday morning
-L to haul brick at Fourth and Broadwav.
A. .1. Hoban. *1
T [PPER LEATHER CUTTERS— Good
"»--" men wanted; $2.50 per dav. Bee Hive
Enterprise. Seventh and Robert 111.
UPHOLSTERERS and lounge makers
"U wanted at Union Parlor Furniture Com
pany. 241 and 243 South Robert st., West St.
VfTOOD WORKER— Wanted a good car-
»» riage wood worker who lias had ex- •
perience in carriage trimming can find a per
manent position and good wages. K. Lasen
ski. Fargo. Dak. 110-11
'*Sf . '*•'-* for railroad work : ship Mon
tJ\J day afternoon. White & Co., 295
Jackson st. . . 111
_?/7<?':u'*> chance ads. ii: the Globe are seen
"""bv the most people.
APPRENTICE wanted to learn dress-
making- Scliutte Building. Room 42. 1
APPRENTICE GIRL w aided to learn
dressmaking. Mrs. Mavis, 08 East Sev
enth St. **» Ill
APPRKNT ICE— Wanted, an apprentice
girl to learn dressmaking at 217 East
Seventh st. 1
A — INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, White
Shield League Help Exchange, 78 East
seventh st. : girls registered tree. ' 100-130
BASQUE FINISHERS— Wanted, first
class basque finishers; also good skirt
trimmers, at Mrs. E. Thompson's, 18 Mann
heimer Block. ' 1
/ "* A s H GIRLS- Wanted, three cash girls
"O nt Habighorst &'_>.*s, corner Wacouta
and Seventh. ___s Ill
Clerkships— Clerkships" and other
' high grade positions secured competent
ladies. Bee Hive Enterprise. Seventh and
r 1 0 M PETENT ~_7.n get places at
Y- at once at the German Intelligence
Office. 52 West Tenth st. A. Bertram. Ill
(iook— Wanted, competent cook from
■> New York or the East, in a small fam
ily. Call or address 523 Portland av. 1
COOK and one dis washer wanted; call to-
day. 453 Wacouta st. 1
C-iook— A 1 sober, reliable, active railroad
J camp cook aud baker wants a ladv part
ner with cooking outfit. Address Q 21.
C100K— Wanted, immediately, a good cook
> at 236 Summit av. Mrs. F. B. Clarke.
IAIsii WASHER wanted at 390 Robert st.
Fl YE hotel cooks wanted for Iowa and Da-
kota S25 to $30 per month. German
Office. 52 West Tenth st. Ill
17 NET MAKERS— Wanted, girls to
- work on fly nets; call Monday, 7 a. m.
Sell Iter & Possum. 171 East Fourth st. 1
(^JIRLS— 10 good places open for house-
x work in city. Bee Hive Enterprise.
Seventh and Robert. Ill
OCSEWORK— Wanted, girl for light
housework; small family. 113 Cook
St.. near Rice. * 111
Hoi SEWORK — Scandinavian _ girl
wanted at 540 Temperance st. - 1
HOUSEWORK — Wanted, a competent
srirl to do general housework at 0U5
East Fourth st. 1
H OUSEWORK— Good girl for general
housework at 304 Nelson av. 1
OUSEWORK— A girl wanted in small
family at 722 Carroll st. 110-12
OUSEWORK— Girl for general bouse-
work. New number, 591 Pine St.: old.
505 De Bow st, - 111-113
OUSEWORK— Girl for general work.
159 Arundel st. 110-11
HOUSEWORK— girl for general
housework. Apply 282 Iglehart st. 1
Ol'SEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework in small family. Call at 508
Hopkins st. " 110-111
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl
for general housework; one willing to
go to Merriam Park. Applv at 311 Somer
H OUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl
in small familv. Inquire 224 Pleasant
ave. ' 111-12
HOUSEWORK— for general house-
work; small family. Impure 595 Ce
dar st. " 1
OUSEWORK— A good, reliable girl for
light housework; apply at once. 3
"niton st. ' 111
OUSEWORK— Girl for general house-
worK in small family: references re
quired. 418 Exchange st. north. ? ,-.. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, ii good girl for
general housework at 20 Thompson
ave., near Ramsey st. car barn. 11
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted at 21.4 Far-
ringlon av. ; with or without washing:
good wages. 1
OUSEWORK- -Girl wanted for general
housework at 56 Fast Seventh St., third
lloor, right hand side. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for house-
work; German preferred. Call 10
Summit av. 1
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted for general
housework. Call Monday at 470 Cedar
st. " 1
HOUSEWORK— Girl from fourteen to
sixteen years old to assist in general
housework; will pay SO per month. 234
East Winifred st. : call Monday forenoon. 1
Ol'SEWORK— Good girl for general
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general
housework. Inquire 145 Iglehart st. 1
HO I sework— Girl wanted to do gen-
era! housework: Scandinavian pre
ferred. Call 146 Eas; Fourth St., Room 9.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for
general housework : must be good cook,
washer and irouer. Apply 779 Dayton ave. 1
OCSEWOKK^Good girl for general
housework. Call at 073 St. Peter st.
HOUSEWORK - Wanted, good girl for
general housework; small family. 538
Dayton av. 1
Ol'SEWORK — Wauled, a competent
girl who can cook, wash and iron" for a
small family: good wages. 103 Iglehart. 1
B OUSEWORK— Girl wanted In family cf
two. 514 Aurora av. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, neat German
girl to assist with housework and help
with care of children: can learn dressmaking
if desirous. 175 St. Anthony av. 1
HOI Wanted, a good girl for
general housework at 230 East Tenth
HOUSEWORK— a competent
girl who can cook, wash and iron, for
smali family, no children. Inquire 114 Igle
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen-
eral housework, one that is thoroughly
competent, ;at 193 West sixth st. 1
OUSEWORK— Good girl for general
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general
housework: good wages. Call at 210
Oak st. 111
HO USE WORK —Girl for general house-
work. Apply 115 East Third St., up
HOUSEWORK— Girl for genera! house-
work: Swede preferred. 101 Dakota
av.. up stairs. 1 ■
OUSEWORK— Girl wanted for general
housework in family of three. Call at
874 Hague a v. * : 1
HOUSE WOK -AVanted. a girl for gen-
eval housework. No. 478 Partrdge st. 1
Ol'SEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at 099 Ravine st. 111-13
HOUSEWORK— Girl to do general house-
work at 676 Selby av. 1
Ol'SEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; good wages to good girl.
537 Ohio si. 1
HOUSEWORK— German girl tiled in
small familv: 239 Norris St. ■ 1
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a German girl
for light housekeeping; good wages.
Call 25' Ramsey st. * 1
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen-
eral housework. No. 51 Summit av. 1
Ol-SEWORK— Good- "gTrl to work in
family of three. Apply 193 Uni
versity av. " ' 1
OUSEWORK— Girl wanted at 431 East
Seventh street, third lloor. room 8. for
light houseworK. 1
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for
general housework: must be a good
cook and laundress; family of four: no one
need apply without references. Inquire 532
Lafayette ave. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen
eral housework. 053 Laurel av. 1
oi S EWOK K— Competent girl wanted
for general housework in small private
family. 700 Dayton av. 1
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl at
2:":5 Ramsey st. : call Monday. Ill
OUSEWORK— Girl to do cooking and
ironing at 251 summit .av. ; English or
French preferred: call mornings. 1
OUSEWORK— A girl for general house-
work must be good cook and laundress.
140 Pleasant ave. 1
OUSEWORK— A German girl for gen-
eral housework for the the 27th of
April. 193 Charles st. 1
OUSEWORK— Wauted. at once, - a
strong girl for general housework. 137
West Fourth street. - 1
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: EUK-CAl. MORNING, APRIL -21, 1889.-— SIXTEEN PAGES.
HOUSEWORK— wanted for general
housework at 594 Canada. 1
OUSEWORK— A girl for light house-
work. 419 Marshall av., stairs. Ill
OUSE WORK— Girl wanted at 350 Min-
OUSEWORK-Girl wanted at 350 Min-
nesota st. 1
HOI REWORK— a girl for gen-
eral' housework; German or Swede pre
ferred; one that speaks English. Call to-dav
at -1 19 North Exchange st. ___ '-'■ 1
OUSEWORK— Girl for general house-
work, at' 230 Fast Tenth st. 1
HOUSEWORK— Young colored girl to as-
sist in housework: one who lives at
home preferred. 213 West Sixth. 1
OI_Fl_YOKK— Wanted, at 283 Ellen
St., a girl for general housework; one
who can stay at her own home nights. 1
HOUSE WORK— Girl wanted for general
housework, family of four. 710 Mar
shall av. . .■■ . __ ' 108 .11"
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen-
eral housework. 297 Laurel av. 108-11
H~ Ol'SEWORK — Respectable German
girl wanted for housework in a small
familv ; ' must wash andiron; 830 Dawson
st„ Dayton's Bluff. ■ »- 1
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen-
eral housework. 271 Grove st. 1
HOUSEWORK — A competent German
girl for general housework. 297 Laurel
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at 039 Mississippi st.
J P. KELLY & CO., BOOTS AND SHOES,
J* 171 EAST SEVENTH STREET,
ARE SELLING '*%
:•£ LADIES' 84 KID BUTTON SHOES 2
? FOR Sl.50. rQ,
WIDTHS— C AND D SIZES— TO 7. ?
THIS IS OCR GREAT ■ ■ "-" \ '
"BARGAIN FOR THE COMING WEEK.
ITCH EN GIRL— A good kitchen girl
IV wanted at once at 033 Cedar st. 1
1TCHEN GIRL— Wanted, one good
kitchen girl for general work. 275 East
Eighth st. 1
ITCHEN-G IRL— Girl wanted for kitch-
en and dining room work; good wages.
At 382 Robert st. I
LAUNDRY GIRLS— aud head
laundresses, $25 and board. Bee Dive
Enterprise, Seventh and Robert.
TV] I'RSE GIRL wanted at 25 West Wini
1* fred st.; a good home for the right
rVJ URSE GIRL wanted at 477 Pat ridge st.
"jYJ URSE GIRL wanted, about sixteen years
m old, at 342 Pleasant av. " 1
"TVTURSE MAID— 853 Dawson st. : wanted.
J*y a girl to take care of a child and assist
in doing light work. 1
NURSE 31 AID— a nurse maid;
1* no objection to elderly person: to
assist in second work and care for children.
Inquire at 77 Iglehart st. - 110-110
ONE good HAM) to work on waists:
also an apprentice. Corner Laurel and
Mackubin. _B_R 1
OLISHER— Northwestern Laundry. 171
OLISHER— Northwestern Laundry. 171
Thirteenth st. cast. Apply Sunday or
Monday. * 1
ESTAURANT WAITRESS in city.$20:
hotel waitresses. Dakota and Wisconsin.
Douglass' Intelligence. 35 Seventh. Ill
SALESLADY— experienced sales-
lady in millinery store at 129 East Sev
enth st. 1
C_B_5 AN— Wanted, a scrubwoman
O on Monday. 30 _ West Third. Room 0.
SEAMSTRESS— Wanted, a seam tress; one
who can cut and fit. Mrs. Franklin, 318
"Vt abasha st. 1
OECOND GIRL wanted at 352 Cedar st.
SECOND WORK— Young girl for light
second work and to assist in care of
child. 541 Portland a v. 1
OIX COMPETENT G fli OS wanted to go
OIXC OM PET ENT G IRDS wa n ted to go
O to Dakota or Montana. For particulars
write to German Intelligence oflice, 52 West
Tenth st. Ill
SKIRT HANDS— Wanted, immediately,
two first-class skirt hands and one
basque finisher. Miss Kelly, 72 West Tenth
sL " 111
SOLICITORS— Wanted, three lady solicit-
ors for an entirely new and ready-selling
work; must deposit 325 and give security for
money collected; salary S75 per month :* city
or country work. Address or call at Room
112, Cumberland block, St. Paul, corner
Eighth and Jackson sts. 111-13
TEACHERS wanted for several primary,
intermediate and grammar school's.
Bridge Teachers' agency. 34 East Third. 1
ANTED — Ladies and gentlemen of
»V good address; making from S3 to $5
a day. Call to-morrow at Room 105,400
Jackson st. 1
ASHER AND IRONER- Wanted, a
good washer and irouer; call earl v.
299 Pleasant av. 11*1
ASHWOMAN — Wanted, woman to
wash and iron. Address S. F. W.,
Macalester, St. Paul. 1
ANTED IMMEDIATELY— 40 girls
for general houseworK, 15 cooks. 4
second girls. Miss Bidding, ISO Western
av. . 111
' SITUATION'S WANTED.
ACCOUNTS promptly collected; salary or
commission: first-class references. Ad
dress Collector, Globe. 1
ACCOUNTANT— books opened,
closed, posted and balanced; best ref
erences. W. II. Gardner. 154 East Sixth St.,
Bank- of Minnesota building. St. Paul. 5
APPRENTICE— boy lit teen years old
wants to learn the carpenter's trade.
Address C O 7. Globe. 1
ACCOUNTANT— man, married.
experienced accountant, desires position
of sonic kind. City references. Address L.
BARTENDER — Situation wanted bv a
BARTENDER — Situation wanted by a
first-class bartender; steady, sober; best
of references: open for engagement. No.
17 Wacouta st. 1
OOKKEEPING— opened, closed,
posted, expert work. etc. F. Sprague,
room 252, Drake block. St. Paul. 122*
OOKKEEPER— Situation wanted, by
young married man; have had charge
of books for large corporation for eight
years, and can furnish best of references ;no
objection to going out of town. Address C
100. Globe. Minneapolis. 110-111
OOKKEEPER"oR CASHIER— A man
who has had six years" experience in
bank as paying and receiving teller, a thor
ough accountant, can furnish best ot refer
ences, and can give bond if .desired. Ad
dress K 1107, Globe. 110-111
BOOKKEEPER— Employment by an
elderly man, who is a good penman and
understands bookkeeping; wages no object;
references given. Address K 17. Globe. 1
BOOKKEEPER — Position as bookkeeper,
stenographer, typewriter, or any kind
of oflice work. Address C. 11. W., 27 East
Seventh st.. Room 14. 1
OOKKEEPER— Situation wanted in
BOOKKEEPER— Situation wanted in
some wholesale house as an assistant
bookkeeper, or do general oflice work. Ad
dress L 15, Globe. 1
OOKKEEPER— A thoroughly compe-
tcnt young man would like a situatiion
as an assistant bookkeeper or general office
work; good city references. Address N 13,
Globe. . 1
BOC>K KEEPER, or any office work,
wanted by young mail of twenty ; fine
penman; A No. 1 city references: salary no
object. Address F 45, Globe. 7
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position by
experienced young man of twenty-two;
writes a legible hand; thoroughly acquaint
ed in the city; best of references, and
speaks German. Address C. F. A., Globe. 0
BOY — Position by a boy, sixteen years old,
in an oflice or wholesale house; can
wiite a good hand and furnish best refer
ences. Address C 13. Globe. 5
BOY— Position wanted by a boy, sixteen
years old. in an office where he can ad
vance himself ; good uenmnn; can furnish
references. Address C 12, Globe. 5
CiLKKK — A Scandinavian, thirty years old,
J four years' experience in general mer
chandise, "bus attended business college this
winter, wishes situation; good reference
fiom former employer. Addiess C, 174
East Third st.. St. Paul. 1
CLERK— A young man wants to learn the
hardware business; speaks the English
and German languages: understands book
keeping; references. Address E 15. lobe. 7
CLERK— wanted by a young
man acquainted with dry "goods and
notions; good references. Address A 12,
CLERK— Medical student wants situation
-> in drug store; wages no object. Ad
dress . I. A. IL, 2209 Ninth ave. south, Min
COACHMAN wants a situation in a pri-
vate family where two or more horses
are kept : thoroughly understands his busi
ness; have had ten years' experience in
England; speaks German. Address Glenn,
318 Richmond st. 111-14
COACHMAN— A young man would like a
place as coachman ; understands his busi
ness thoroughly, and best of reference to
show on application. Address G 14, Globe. 7
(COACHMAN— A coachman wants a place
COACHMAN— A coachman wants a
in a private family to take care of horses
and work around house; can show good ref
erences. Address 320 Farrington av. - 3
SIT! TAT10NS WANTED.
Male— timid! .
COACHMAN— situation to take care of
horses and drive carriage, and do gen
eral work around house and garden, by a',
voung single man with good references.- Ad-
dress q.21. Globe. ■■ • - • . __ 5
COACHMAN— Place to drive or take care
J of horses. Address Y 12, Globe. , 3
O ACHMAN— Situation by a middle-aged
C" To ACHM AN— Situation by a middle-aged
' man Osgood habits: strictly temperate:
a good hand with horses and carriages ; good ... *_
references given. Address E 20. Globe, fe-41. 5
OACH MAN— Situation to take care! I
horses, drive carriage and be -generally. •
useful in private family, by • a single man i
with reference. ' Address B 9, Globe. ;>:^ "
Ci OOK— Wanted, a situation, as cook tfy a- 4
COOK— Wanted, a situation as cook Ms »
' man of experience; reference if^re- s
quired. Address K 15, Globe. -. . , - . — Y 7 «
OOK— Situation wanted by a first-c .iS' ||
J cook: city or country. Address W. ff8T\ "
ney. 547 Wacouta st. ______ *
COOK— Situation wauled by a first-class |
cook:, best of references: steady and '■£
sober; in good hotel. Address B. W. ' Wolf, I
P. P., St. Paul, Minn. • - ... fed' )
COOKS— Colored man* and wife waftt a ■
place as general and pastry cooks in
hotel out of the city. Address T 10. Glohjff4 i
DELIVERY ROY— Bey would like sit-
uation driving delivery wagon; age fif
teen. Address L 14. Globe. \_\__
DRUG CLERK— Young man with 5 years
experience in drUg business wants posi
tion: can sneaK English and Scandinavian
fluently and some German. Very best rec-
ommendations. Address 231 East Sixth st.,
St.: Paul. . ■■ 111
DRUG CLERK— Young Scandinavian,
with 5 years' experience in drug busi-
ness, wants situation: very best recommend-
ations: will work cheap. ' Address 231 East
Sixth st.. St. Paul. •*" 6
DRUGGIST, German-American, wants
modest situation, city or country; two
years' experience: speaks "French and" some
Scandinavian. Address F. V., Globe. 6
DRIVER— by a young man. a po-
sition as driver. Address A 0. Globe. 3
MPLOY31ENT— Situations wanted by
two young girls to do day work in
tobacco factory. - W 13, Globe. 4
EMPLOYMENT wanted by a married
man who has always giver, the best of
satisfaction to his employers; wholesale
house preferred. Address F 14. Globe. 1
MPLOYMKN"_-Situalion wanted by a
young man twenty years of age at any
kind of work; writes a "good hand and can
give references if required. Address R. J.,
EMPLOYMENT— commission house pre-
ferred; gentleman thoroughly posted
in all kinds of grain, both buying and sell-
ing, wishes position; best of reference. Ad-
dress Y 15. Globe. .'■_- - 3
MPLOYMKNT— Boy. sixteen years of
age, would like a situation where he can
learn a trade. Address R. Meyer, 310 Col-
borne st. " 5
EMPLOYMENT-A gentleman with twelve
years' experience In the hardware bnsi
ness wishes to connect himself with a reliable
firm. Address G 9. Globe. 3
IjVNOINEEK MACHINES!" -Wants work
a bad; shop or running; reference and
license first-class for sixteen years" ex
perience. J L. Globe, Minneapolis. 2
FIREMAN— Position wanted by a first-
class fireman capable of running a small
engine. Address H. S.. 404 Jackson st. 1
GROCERY CLERK— Young man would
• like a position in grocery store, either as
clerk or delivery; well acquainted in city. O
13. Globe. _ 5
GARDENER— Wanted, situation as gar-
dener by middle-aged man who has
been employed iu some of the principal gar
dens in England and Ireland, viz: Kew Royal
gardens, London; Royal Botanic gardeus,
Dublin: landscape gardening a specialty.
Address M. J. B.. Globe. "5
ARRAY A RE— A gentleman with eight
years' experience in the hardware busi-
ness wishes a position either in a wholesale 1
or retail house: no objection to going outside
of city. Address 15 21. Globe. ..1
ARDAVARE RUSINESS — Situation .
wanted by young man to learn the hard- -
wore business; temperate; references. Ad- 3
dress T. P., Globe. "*' 1
HOSTLER— Wanted, place in private
family to care for horses: city reference. l
F 9. Globe. '■ " -J. *?
HOSTLER— Wanted, a place in private
HOSTLER— Wanted, a place in private
family or livery stable: six years' ex
perience with horses. Address E. A. Eager.
general delivery, St. Paul. . , 3
JANITOR— I would like a place as janitor.
porter or night watchman: can give best
of city reference: I am strictly 'temperate.
Address (j 27. Globe. 5
ANAGER OR FOREMAN* on stock
or grain farm open for engagement;
experienced in breeding, rearing and feed'
ing of all kinds of stock: also wo rising
land and machinery; is in the prime of life
and married; can'give the best of refer-
ences. 442 Broadway. '_ ' 109-111
"TV URSE— Wanted, sick nursing by a lady
TV URSE— Wanted, sick nursing by a lady
1^1 who has had several years' experience";
also good citv references. Apply 639 Canada
st. " 1
OFFICE WORK— Situation at offlce work
by young man; good reference. Ad
dress A 15. Globe. 4
PLUMBER— young man twenty-five
years old. would like to learn the steam
and gas fitting trade. Address R. G., Ger-
mania hotel. West side. 3
OALESMAN— Wanted, a position as retail
O dry goods salesman by young man of
sixteen years' experience; bestof references.
Address 313 Wabasha st. 1
SALESMAN— A . good salesman would
like to travel on the road for some
bouse in any line of business. Will handle
goods on commission or otherwise. X. 14,
QITUATION— A young boy, sixteen years
•s-5 old, wants a situation in' an oflice. " 023
John st. 110-111
SITUATION wanted by a boy of fifteen
O driving livery wagon. Address V* 14.
Globe. ■_■ _- 4
STENOGRAPHER— Position desired bv
gentleman' as stenographer and as
sistant bookkeeper; can furnish reference
from last employer. Address Y' 17. Globe. 3
SURVEYOR— situation with sur-
veying party, either as cbaiuer or picket
man. Address Frank Leslie, Box 58, Ayl
mer, Ontario, Canada, County of Elgin.
I* •'«!! ill _ '■ ~
APPRENTICE— a position as
an apprentice girl to work for board
and learn dressmaking. 233 East Seventh
BOOKKEEPER— a young lady, who has
had two years' experience as cashier
and bookkeeper in the ciiy. wants a similar
position; can furnish first-class references.
Address X. '/.., Globe. 4
HAMHEKWORK — An elderly lady
would like a few rooms to take care of;
references. Call or address 474 Cedar st. 1
CLERK— Position wanted by a young lady
as clerk In dry goods house; best 01 ref-
erences. Address 561 Pine st. 1
OOK OR HOUSEWORK— Competent
young American woman wants situation
as plain cook, or would do general house-
work; best references. Address V 17,Globe.l
/COMPANION — Wanted, by a refined
*-*' young lady, a situation as companion;
willing to assist in light work. Address
White Shield Help Exchange. .-"-'-; l"i; f
OMPANION— Wanted, by a young lady,
OMPAN ION— Wanted, by a young lady,
position as companion for lady traveling '*
for her health ; best of references as to char- _
acter, etc. Address K 10, Globe. II
DRESSMAKER would like sewing in ' •'
families good city references. Inquire ' -
at 60S West Seventh st 111
r*"-|RESS>iAl*-ER desires sewing; first-class *
A* work and reasonable prices. Call at l
046 Pleasant av. oitj
RESSMAK1NG— Wanted, a place where '-
a girl can work for her board while ''
learning dressmaking. Address, 27 East
Seventh St.. Room 2. 11,7 .'
MPLOYMENT — Wanted, by a young-
siil, any kind of work to do by the day.
Call at 440 Mississippi st. "3 J
EMPLOYMENT — Widow ladv wants* a s
a place in a small private family. Address
C. G- Globe. * 1
EMPLOYMENT— Girl wants work in res-
taurant, pantry or laundry. Call or*Hd- "
dress L. H. Jones, 550 Wabasha. 6
** ■ f
HELP — Recommended help sent liny \
HELP — Recommended help sent liny I
place to respectable work. Bee Hive '
Enterprise. Seventh snd Robert. Ill;
OUSEKEEPER— Wanted, by a young
widow, a situation as housekeeper: can
give best of reference, and want reference in
exchange. Address II., Globe. 1
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, situation as
managing housekeeper or working
housekeeper in small family. Call or address
530 Cedar st. - 1
OUSEKEEPER — An English lady
wishes management of small household,
or any position of trust; highest citv refer-
ences; salary $25. Address T 54, Globe. 1
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, situation as
housekeeper. Address H. K., Globe. :
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a situation
by a widow with one child (girl). Ad
dress 395 Livingston av. 1
OUSEWORK— Girl wants light house-
work. Call or address J. G., 556 Wa
HOUSEWORK— A giri wants place to do
general .housework. Address 659
jeuks st, ■■■-'
A'- St ■• - - *
SITU ATlbafg ;-.- ____________
.- Female— ton tinned. ... ;..
OUSEWORK-. VIdow wishes a place in
a small family; good cook, washer and
ironer.; Address T 53, Globe. • ' • Y: ; 3 .
MODELMAKER — Situation* wanted as
modelmaker. _ Call or address 217 East
Seventh st,, room 6. < •„ . - ... Y . - • '.- 5
NURSE—A first-class German girl, fifteen
years of age, would like to take care of
children, or do easv housework in a -small
family. Address W 16. Globe. . :..- i 5
«*V"URSE-^-Wanted,* position* as nurse and
3-3 seamstress in private family. Address
144, Globe. ________ ______
NURSE— An experienced nurse, with best
-J- V of references from physician, would
like employment. Address or call 021 East
Fifth st. ■-. _ ■>. -.____ -. ■ 4
■-TVTURSE— Position wanted as nurse and
J-" seamstress by young girl. Address until
Monday, B 7, Globe. - 7
FFICE WORK— Position wanted by a
lady in an insurance office, or would like
writing or copying to do. Address Z 15,
Globe. . ,. ,---- .--.-.-.•,;■;■* ;;• '■ ~'. 1
SALESLADY— Want to be saleslady in
some millinery store: can give best of ref
erences as to honesty; speak both German
and English. Address Miss S., P. O. Box
*2123, St. Paul. - . : 7
SEAMSTRESS — A woman wishes for
family sewing; will work cheap. 56
Viola st. - ;.;■*. ■ .-.■>__ ■ •■ ,.■:.?. 3'
ECOND WORK— Situation wanted by a
girl to do second work or take care of
children.: Call or address. 059 Jenks st. . 7
SEWING— I wauld like plain sewing that I
OEWING— I wanld like plain sewiug that I
O could do at home. Call after 6 in the
evening at 103 Ann st,, off West Scveth st. 3
WING— Plain sewing; ladies' and chil-
U dren's underclothing made no at reason
able prices. 039 Canada st. 4
SITUATION— A young lady having a good
education would like situation in store.
J 11, Globe. 4
STENOGRAPHER— Young lady stenog
"•» rapher, thoroughly competent, would
like position. Address 15. Globe. 1
STENOGRAPHER— Young lady desires
a position afternoons. Address M 4.
ASHW03IAN would like to go out by
the day washing or house, buildiug or
office cleaning. Please call or address 044
Broadway, up stairs over Washington
ASHING WANTED-Would like to
take some washing home or go to
wash or housecleaning. Address M. B., 161
South Robert st. 1
ASHING— Washwoman would like to
V V go out by the day washing or house
cleaning, or buildings, offices. Please call or
address 644 Broadway, up stairs, over Wash
ingtou laundry. " 1
WASHING, ironing and house cleaning.
351 West Seventh st. 1
ASHING AND IRONING done at
527 Mississippi st. 1
WASHWOMAN wants work. 480 St.
Peter st. ■ 4
WASHING— Woman wants to go out
washing, or housecieauihg, bv the day.
Call 558 L'Orient st. " *6
MONEY is loaned by us on improved
• real estate security iii St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Duluth at 0, OV2, 7, 7V_ per cent,
ou shortest notice for any amount. R. M.
Newport & Son. investment bankers, 152,
153 and 15. Drake block. St. Paul. 73*
MERICAN MORTGAGE LOAN com-
pany loans money on furniture, pianos,
horses, building society stocks, jewelry and
ell kinds of personal property. Room 7.
First National Bank building. ' 106-135
BORROW money on diamonds, watches,
-jewelry, pianos, etc. Mutual Loan &
Investment Co., 309i,_ Jackson st- room 2.87*
DO YOU WANT to borrow money* Read
this; it will save you time; it will save
you money: you can* borrowt rough the
Minnesota Mortgage Loan company, J. S.
Mackejj-. manager, $10, $20. $25, $50. $75,
$lo0. $150, $200, in fact any sum you want,
on furniture, piano, horses, etc.," on easy
terms and lower rates than cau be obtained
elsewhere, without publicity or removal of
property from your possession; if install
ment is due on your property call and see us;
we are the pioneer office of the citv: we have
a reputation for fair dealing that" places us
above all competitors, and you will find it to
your advantage to deal through a responsible
company: your own time on loans; loans
renewed at your option; all business strictly
confidential; don't forget the number.
Rooms 13 and 14. First National Bank build
ing. Jackson and Fourth sts. ,..,_
DEM1NG-S LOAN OFFICE— .Money on
furniture," pianos, horses. 71 Court
block, 24 East Fourth st. 11 15
ARM AND CITY LOANS, 0. 7 and 8
per cent; mortgages and school and
county bonds bought. W. F. Carroll. 44
Court block. 339*
OOD COMMERCIAL PAPER bought:
time checks and warehouse receipts
cashed. Mutual Loan & Investment Co..
309 _ Jackson st.. room 2. *87
INNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN
Companv— 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
ing. St. Paul, and Room 7, Mackev-Le .
block, Minneapolis. " 250*
MONEY ready for good loans on Arling-
ton Hills or West Seventh st. property;
first here first served. J. P. Frvc and J. M.
McYean. 30 East Fourth st. " 111
ONEY LOANElTTry n. R. n„nt & Co.
ONEY LOANED by B. R. Hunt & Co_
34 East Third St., room 1. on furniture,
Sianos. horses, carriages, etc. ; also on ware
house receipts, diamonds, watches and sil
verware: private room for ladies; all business
strictly confidential. 295*
il/I ONEY LOANED ou personal property
ILL or any collateral of value, warehouse
receipts, etc, 150 East Third st., room 3.
[LIONEY TO LOAN on improved prop
1,1 ONEY TO LOAN on improved prop-
XT 1 erty; easy terms. C.J. Thomson's, 100
East Fourth st. Ill
[t/1 ONEY LOANED on all kinds ot per
lvl. sonal property, household furniture,
horses, etc.; also on diamonds and jewelry;
commercial paper discounted. Security
Loan Co., 325 Jacuson St., J. E. Flanigan,
MONEY LOAN ED on household ftirui-
ture, pianos, horses and carriages, etc.
without removal ; also on diamonds and gold
watches, etc J. W. Edsall & Co., 117 East
Fourth st. *32
MONEY TO LOAN— 6,01.2. 7 and 8 per
cent. A. N. Elliott, 41 East Fourth st.
MONEY to loan by Lawton Bros., 405
Jackson st., and 175 Dakota ave. Have
ou band $7,000 at 0 per cent, on improved
MONEY TO LOAN on diamonds,
watches, and all goods of value. Pri
vate office for consultation. George I>,
Holmes 141 and 143 East Seventh st. 82*
OUR PLAN SUITS everynody. We loan
on approved chattel security" or any arti
cle of value. Mutual Loan & Investment
Co., 309 _ Jackson St., room 2. *37
ANTED TO BORROW— $350 on first
mortgage: city property title O. K. ;
no commission: give your lowest rate of in
terest. For full particulars address C 18,
W.F. MORITZ. 110 EAST FOURTH—
Mortgage loans made promptly. 0. 7
and 8 percent: mortgages bought. 317*
II 7 M.N. VIGUERS A CO.. 41 EAST
M. N. VIGUERS & CO.. 41 EAST
VV Focrtu St., corner Cedar— 6, 7 and
8 per CENT MONEY ON HANI) for vacant OR
IMPROVED real ESTATE loans', PARTIAL pay-
MENTS CAN be made on the principal: PUR
chase MONEY mortgages, bonds and stocks
bought and sold. 102*
<s_ Ci(iC\ AND OTHER SUMS to loan
%>i±)VJ\J\J on good lots or improved
property: moderate rates. H. Caldwell, 50
Chamber Commerce. 107-113
Unnooc t0 "et ads. iu the Globe are seen
ii u uses by tne most pe0ple.
WASTED TO BUY.
DOG— Wanted, a dog, Newfoundland or
St. Bernard, from three to ten months
old. Address Z 19. Globe. 111
FOLDING BED— Wanted, at once, fold-
ing bed; must be cheap. 460 Jackson.
Room 107. 111
FURNITURE— Wanted to buy some sec-
ond-handed furniture on installments.
Address Victor. Globe. Ill
URNITURE — Second-hand furniture
wanted for cost; will call. Address E
17, Globe. 111
RESIDENCE LOT WANTED between
Dale and Victoria, south of (irand:
state location and lowest price. Address Y
19, Globe. 111
JNFANTS CARRIAGE— Wanted, in-
fant's carriage that nas been slightly
used: must be a good one. Address E 10,
Globe. ; 110-111
WANTED— A moderate priced house and
VV lot in lower town; ouly owners need
apply.' Addres X 1, ('Iodc. 111-12
ANTED TO BUY— Office chairs, table,
copying press and other fixtures. Ad
dress D 12, Globe. Ill
o.._DAY'S GLOBE : alone always contain
wuil over two pages of "Waul" ads.
Rnnme to let *ds- in the Globe are read by
null ins the most people. k
-McKennej-. Self & Turner.
33S Cedar St., Room 83, Union Block.
FEED and geneial commission store:
-T $300. AVho wants it? Snap. .
AN OLD-ESTABLISHED drug business
for sale; take 83.000 cash or securities;
low rent and a bargain; large prescription
OARDING HOUSES and flats in all
parts city; full roomers and boarders;
small payment down, balance monthly in-
stallment: come and see us for anything you
want, grocery stores, laundries, etc.
% _( 1? 1 1N CASH will put you in « iwen-
*iP*J\-i\J ty one-room, elegar.tly furnished
flat with piano, and clearing $15(" per month
above rent; cost §2,700 to furnish; all mod-
OARDING HOUSE-Twentv rooms full
of boarders: will sell furniture; $250
down and $300 in $25 monthly payments.
HOTEL— Thirty-five rooms and two lots
worth $12,000 to trade for merchandise,
or will lease furnished complete, for $1,000
per year; ill health cause of change. !
CIGAR AND CONFECTIONERY
Stores— One on Wabasha St., $250: one
on Broadway with three living rooms, $-150:
rent only SI 5 per month; and a number of
others from §500 up.
IVERY STABLE— A very rare oppor"
tunity to get an old established livery
at half its actual value. McKennev, 338 Ce-
dar St.. Room S3. . Ill
Tall & Partello, - •■ *• ':
Real Estate and Investment Brokers, 400
Jackson St.. room 107.
TO CAPITALISTS, investors or any one
O CAPITALISTS, investors or any one
having a desire of engaging in a large
and well-established manufacturing business,
which is practically a monopoly throughout
the world, and a business that in a few years
will be worth millions to the investor 'hav-
ing fair business qualifications, and to such
men this chance is alone open. Any one
possessing that and §5,000 in cash, A 1 real
estate, securities, or in a clean stock of dry
goods, can have one-half interest in the busi-
ness, which is worth at present §10,000: the
reasons of this sacrifice are: First, that the
present owner of one-half interest was forced
into it through money loaned to establish the
business here. Second, that his attention
being occupied iu his own lines of business,
it is impossible to look after both. Third, ii
is a business that he is entirely unfamiliar
with. For further particulars call on or ad-
dress Tall & Partello, Room 107, 460 ,Tack-
sou st. St. Paul. 110-1 1
A f\ ACRES of choice land between White
ttVJ" Bear and Stillwater to exchange for
furnished flat or any good paying business.
ICE CREAM PARLORS thoroughly
equipped and doing a large wholesale
and retail business: two delivery outfits:
everything first- class centrally" located;
cheap rent, making more money" than any
two other places in town": steam ice
cream engine and apparatus complete; call
and we will show you a snap,
FURNISHED FLATS, all prices and the:
best snaps of any listed in town ; prices
$125 to §2,500. 4 to 40 rooms; look some of
them up: you will like them.
CONFECTIONERY and cigar stores,
-/ Seventh st., Wabasha St.. St. Peter St.,
anywhere you want them : we have them any
price you want them, and at your own price's
if you want anything in that* line; call and
see us before you buy.
SNAP— an elegant private boarding house,
very central, fashionable neighborhood;
furniture A 1; to see this is to buv; call at
FINE SALOON, central, license paid,
stock amounts to about §100; pool
tables, bar fixtures extra, cheap at §2,500;
goes at $1,750.
IRST-CLASS MILK DEPOT with
route of 100 gallons per dav; can buy
milk at loy^c if taken soon.
FIRST-CLASS pool and billiard hall and
cigar store on Seventh St.; splendid
trade; clearing from §100 to$150per month.
BUTCHER SHOP on Dauou's Bluff;
license paid everything necessary for a
first-class place; will invoice about $1,300:
sell for §875.
LOT for horse and buggy; stock of dry
goods to exchange for city real estate. "
AST but not least, a cigar and confec-
-d tionery, with living rooms; everything
rent free : price, if taken at once, $225*.
117 E CANNOT describe but a few of our
»V immense list of business chances, ex-
changes, etc. Call and we will show them
to you. however. Tall & Partello, Room
107, 46"1 Jackson st. Ill
Miscellaneous Business Cliances
BSTRACTS OF TITLE— For saie or ex-
change, a set of abstracts of Pope
county, Minn.: fine chance for some oue;
other business takes my attention. AV. J.
Carson, Glenn wood. Minn. Ill
BKICKMAKING— desirous of en-
gaging in this manufacture will do well
to address D 10, Globe. 99-114
DOCTOR wanted at Harmony, Minn.—
first-class opening for some good doc-
tor; people well-to-do and good pay. Ad-
dress all letters to J. L. Urheim, Druggist.
Harmony. Minn. 110-117
DRUG STORE for sale: a fine corner and
trade: easy terms; established trade.
Paul Jessup, St. Paul. 110-11
1 KUGGISTS can get an old established
AJ paying business; stock of about §3,500
on liberal terms owing to illness of the owner:
this is the best chance in the city. Address
M, Noyes Bros. & Cutler. St. Paul. 111-13
DRUG STOCK— For sale bv administrator
AJ of estate of J. A. McMurphy. River
Falls. Wis.: invoices $3,695, including fix-
tures: must be sold immediately; population
2,000; State Normal school, four large flour-
ing mills, creamery, starch factory, and
other large manufacturing interests; "fine op-
portunity for good business man. Inquire of
G. W. McMurphy. administrator. 109-112
OR SALE OK EXCHANGE— News,
stationery, toys, fruit, confectionery,
cigars, tobacco and soda water stand. Apply
816 Payne av. 111-110
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE for farm or
lots, tea and coffee store, stock and fix-
tures; value about $1,000. Address K 12.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE -Furniture
- and lease of the finest and best located
twenty-room flats in the city; will take horse
and buggy on part payment. Inquire at 415
East Seventh st. 110-11
FOR SALE— For cash, a good steam laun-
dry having all appliances,- etc., doing a
large and increasing business; has doubled
in live months: owner anon-resident. Ad-
dress L 17. Globe. 110-12
FURNITURE of nine rooms for sale at
480 Cedar st. : central location for room-
ers- • 111-112
FURNITURE— For saie. furniture of a
ten-room house sale, furniture of if
ten-room house and lease of house if
desired: very cheap and in good location;
house full of boarders. 16 Exchange st,,
half block from capitol; possession May 1.
I HAVE something new and am prepared
to convince you that there is a small fort-
une in it. References and small capital re-
quired. Don't loose this chance. Answer
this and state the amount vou have to in-
vest. Address J 18 Globe. " 111
LI VERY— First-class location: good string
of boarders: will invoice $2,000: will
sell for $1,500; $1,000 cash, balance on time.
Address O 12. Globe. 110-11
GJ.ROCERY STORE — Fine location,
l splendid fixtutes; nice, fresh stock;
$750; easy terms to right good mau. D. Cat-
lin, postoflice. St. Paul. Ill
ESTAURANT— A nice restaurant for
sale cheap it taken soon. Address M.
Globe. -^ Ill
ESTAURANT tor sale cheap: well lo-
cated and cheap rent; this is a bargain;
good reasons for selling. Address J 14,
S A COON— Saloon, pool table and board-
SAfuOON— Saloon, pool table and board-
ing house for sale cheap. 381 Minne-
sota st. 109-115
OALOON— With or without pool and bill-
k? iard tables, for sale cheap ; license paid
to.Inlvl: splendid location. Address Lock
Box 1178, st. Cloud, Minn. 100-112
HOOTING GALLERY— For sale, shoot-
O ing gallery : large fine traveling outfit
cheap. 49 South Fourth St., Minneapolis.
SHOE STORE— The only exclusive shoe
store in a town of 4,000 will invoice
$3. 500; clean stock; good trade; I have busi-
ness elsewhere and do not want to leave
store with help: will take part in land. H.
M. Montelius, Mitchell, Dak. 111-113
*T* INNER wanted with $300 who under-
J- stauds his business and desires to en-
gage iu business. R. J. Lewis, 83 East
Fourth st. 116-112
WANTED— Lady to take charge of din-
ing room on shares in private board-
ing house. Address Scot, Globe. Ill
ANTED AT ONCE, furnished flat or
other business of less than §2,000.
Inquire Room 107. 460 Jackson. - Ill
"1 TT" ANTED— Partv having an- office with
> V snare time, with $300 to $500. Refer-
ences more necessary than capital. Address
325, Globe. Ill
. _lY. . W,LL BUY A BUSINESS now
*4>*J\J\J worth $81 per month clearof ex
penses; with a little work it will clear over
$125 per month: must leave town is the rea
son for wishing to sell. Address at once Z
18. Globe. Ill
Rnnme t0 let ads- in the Globe are seen by
nuuiris the most pe0ple.
Ifnneae- and wagons advertised Jin SUN
, nurses days GLOBE are always sold.
; % - - -~ . s FOR SALE. "^gg5>!_» ■
ALL OR PART OF THE FURNITURE
of a large house must be sold: if you
want first-class furniture cheap lor cash call
at 607 Jackson st. •■■> YY • •:*? Ill !
BICYCLE— 52-inch Challenge. Inquire
Room 83, Union block. Ill
BICYCLE for sale: fifty-inch American
AJ Champion. C. L. Neumann, 252 West
Third. - y ■ :\ . _-,■ Ill
OATS— Two row-boats, three tents and
camp outfit at a bargain. C. F. Lott.
corner Sibley and Fifth sts. 110-12
COW— A young, high grade Holstein cow
J for sale. Inquire at 389 Carroll st.
DOG— For sale, a young water spaniel a
637 Thomas st. 111
DOG— For sale, a youug Newfoundland
AJ dog. Inquire W. S. Gregory. 41 East
Fourth. •:.. . Ill
AKTH-For sale; neighborhood of Uni-
JL_ vcrsity ave.. between - Wabasha and
Dale. Inquire Ciift Wise, Schutte Building.
EGGS— Leghorn eggs for setting for
sale; finest strains in America. I". W.
Robinson, 5"4 Iglehart st. Ill
FOR SALE— Registered Southern cattle:
10 cow.s ami call, 5 heifers, 1 bull;
price. $1,300: full information furnished.
Address T 0. Globe. 111-1 15.
OR SALE FOR IMMEDIATE DK
livery— 1 6-inch Peerless pipe-cutting
and threading machine, with open dies 1 _
inches to 0 inches, new.
1 engine lathe, 17-inch swing, 6 foot bed,
1 twist drill grinding machine.
1 hand lever punchirg machine. % inch _.
1 1 Emery grinding machine on stand.
' 2 hand drilling machines. \2ji
: 1 steel pressure blower, ..-inch outlet.
3 steam pumps.
1 50-H. P. Payne automatic engine, second-
hand, now running, at low price.
I 50 H. P. locomotive portable boiler.
1 10-H. P. vertical engine.- *$£__&£ '
2 5-H. P. vertical engines. *"
1 6-H. P. hoisting engine and boiler, new.
1 OH. P. horizontal engine and boiler.
1 7-H. P. vertical steel boiler. *** .■'.-#
1 Smith's power mortising machine. ■■
1 Smiths tenoning machine, D. H. and 2
copes. YY- Y
1 foot-power circular saw machine. ££_
1 16-inch wood-turning lathe.
Send for descriptive lists aud tell us what
For sale by N. W. Machinery Co.. 342 Sib-
ley St.. St. Paul. Minn. Northwestern agents
for the celebrated "Yallev"' automatic en-
gines. " -HI
FOR SALE— Bed room suites, carpets,
lounges, rockers, chairs, kitchen rauge,
one large Peninsular heater, gas fixtures,
etc.; everything good as new, at half price.
Call at 578 Wabasha st. Ill
OR SALE OR TRADE— Complete se
tinner's tools; worth $600: heavy sacri-
fice. Apply to L. S. Thomas, St. 'Cloud.
Minn., or Z. H. Thomas, 65 Court Block. St.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE for lot.
OR SALE OK EXCHANGE for lot,
_ one top buggy, one single harness, one
hunting skiff and a gasoline stove, cheap.
Dr. Welch Sherm,.n block. 110-11
FOR SALE— furniture of a fine fiat;
central location; all modern conven-
iences; possession given bv May 1. Address
C 20. Globe. ■ - ' 111-12
FOR SALE— New and second-hand saloon
fixtures, ice boxes, mirrors, billiard
tables, counters aud shelving. Witte Bros.,
411 aud 413 Fifth av. south, Minneapolis.
FURNITURE of three rooms for sale
cheap at 318 Sherman st. 111
FURNITURE— Cheap— Going awav. 326
Wabasha St., Room 15. " Ill
FURNITURE of seven-room house: house
for rent; a bargain. 561 Sibley st. Ill
FURNITURE— For sale, whole or part of
furniture of eight-room house ;am leav-
ing city; will sell reasonable. 546 Sibley st.
FURNITURE— sale, one white ash
chamber set, one woven spring mattress.
one wardrobe. Inquire. 22 1 Arundel st. or
C. F. Lovering, 386 Wabasha st. Ill
URNITURE-For sate— The entire iur-
niture (nearly new) of an eight room
house is offered for sale at a decided bargain,
if taken immediately. Nicola v & Co. 116
East Fourth st. " 111-113
URNITURE— At private sale, handsome
modern bed room, dining room and
other furniture, at less than half values, ac-
count breaking up housekeeping. Thrall,
37 Irvine Park. 106-12
URNITURE AND LEASE of ten room
house on Pleasant av. for sale; bargain.
Address N 18, Globe. ' Ill
PUKNITURE of a five-room flat for sale
-1- cheap. Apply at room 9, 392 ,iaekson
st. . . 104-110
ASOLINE STOVE for sale: automatic;
ASOLINE STOYE for sale; automatic;
Jewel ; nearly new. Call at 603 West-
minster st. 111-112
ICE BOX— For sale, a large ice box. Call
121 West Third. a large ice 110-11
121 West Third. , 110-11
EW DAVIS GASOLINE STOVE, used
but six weeks, for $13.50, cost $21.
305 Grove st. 111
PIANO— For sale, a baby grand Steinwav
piano; a- perfect instrument, remarka-
ble tor staying in tune; good as new: will
sell at low figure if taken immediately. A.
L. Winship, 92 Tilton st. 109-111
POTATOES— Extra good potatoes deliv-
ered for 25 cents a bushel in four-bu-
shel lots or more; would exchange fortv or
fifty bushels for a good sulky cart; also six
ton of good coarse, wild hay cheap; trade
for anything useful. Box 203, Merriam Park.
POTATOES at 12 cent .per bushel, for
live stock or seed, in large or small
quantities, at 202 Eagle st. Ill
RANGES AND STOVES— For sale, some
excellent ranges and stoves at flat whole-
sale price: expense of delivery only added.
Prudeu Stove Co.. 389 East Third st." 111-21
SAFE— For sale, one large, double-door
Hall's safe; in good condition; original
cost $350; will sell at $75 if taken at once, at
57 East Fifth st. *• 111-114
SCALE— For sale, a large Fair bank scale.
O cheap. Call 121 West Third. 110-11
SCREENS— Order now and save delay:
►J best hand work to order, and 15 per cent
less than anyone else. Address 659 Portland
CROLL SAW— For sale cheap, scroll
saw; best make: used only twice: reason
for selling, goiug to leave citv. Address M T
52. Globe. 103-1 11
SHOW CASK— For sale, a street show
case. 318 Wabasha st. Ill
SODA FOUNTAIN— One of Tuft's Artie
tO fountains, five draughts, twelve syrups;
patent cans; original cost $1,200; used four
months; fully as good as new; will be sold
for cash at one-quarter oft'. Inquire and ad-
dress Hall's Safe and Lock company, 360
Jackson st., St. Paul. 10*5-1 11 .
STAMPING PATTERNS— Large and
fine outfit of stamping patterns, almost
new ;ca great bargain : twenty-two alphabets.
etc. La Dew's. Room 19, Mannheimer
OOLS— Butchers! Butcher tools and fix-
tures for sale, aud butcher shop in best
location for rent: good chance. Corner Burr
and Whitall sts.. St. Paul. Ill
"l/ll flOn <»*■ ICE for sale cheap;
A\J*)\J\J\J good trade: or will take part-
n?r: apply at once. X IS. Globe. 111-12
PIANO — For sale, an upright piano re-
PIANO — For sale, au upright piano re-
turned on mortgage loan: will be sold
for amount due on same. Address Y 20,
PIANO— Good square piano, stool and
cover, $75: monthly payments; party
leaving the citv. 399 East" Eighth st.. St.
PIANO of celebrated make; almost new;
all modern improvements: will be sold
at sacrifice; price $800. Address A., 662
Pine st. 105-15
PIANO TUNING $1: first-class work
guaranteed. Samuel E. Crutchett, 19
East Ninth st. 88-117
(2*1 _ _ BUYS a good upright piano, worth
«. 1U«^ $300: also one at $225, worth
$350: both been used but a short time, and
are great bargains. Call at once on S. W.
Raudeubush. 116 East Third st. 111
ILVER SUGAR SPOON given awav
with one pound of tea at stall 21, ciiv
market, Wabasha st. entrance. 109-111
TEAM POWER CARPET, FKATH
ers. beds and mattresses renovated;
furniture repaired, upholstered and packed
for shipment. J. D. Duril. 296 Rice st. Ill
PHOLSTEKER AND CARPET
layer wanted. J. 1). Duril, 296 Rice st.
HITE WASH ING and chimney clean-
ing promptly attended to. Peter
Harris. 594 Robert st. 111-113
•■■-:--;■" WORKS. ■ -
DL. JAMIESON & CO.'S Steam Dye
• Works— clothing a specialty.
At 14 West Sixth St.. St. Paul. Minn. 134*
ST. PAUL LADIES' Stiaw Hat Bleach-
ery and Felt Hat Works— Bring your old
hats aud have them dyed and bleached and
reshaped in the spriug styles; ostrich feath
ers dyed to match dress trimming by the only
expert in the citv. 30i,_ West Third st.
Hayes & Hayes. 97-126
F. J. ROCHEX, N. W. Steam Dye Works;
• office 416 Robert st., liyau block; works
55 and 57 Indiana av. - ' 26 1*
7TH ST, DIRECTORY.
JAMES F. ANGELL, successor to Blakemore
& Angell, 21 E. 7th st. Pictures framed.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
J. II. HILLEN. 67 East Seventh. ~~
CHIROPODIST. - -» .
W. II. LOCKWOOD. 233 East Seventh st.
W. II. LOCKWOOD, 233 East Seventh st.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
T. ROWLES, 225 West Seventh.
MAX STBOUSfi, '
183 West Seventh st.. Seven corners.
BAKER &SUT1IERLAND.949 E. Seventh st.
COAL AND WOOD.
HOLMES Fuel & Supply Co.. Seven corners.
PIONEER FUEL CO.. 209 East Seventh.
MACK CANDY KITCHEN. 100 E. Seventh.
S. H. REEVES, Seven corners.
DR. W. D. GREEN. Corner 7th i. Pine Sts.'
ABIGHORST&CO. . '
233, 235 & 237 Seventh, corner Wacouta.
COX BROS. & CO., N. Y. Store. 29 E. 7th.
WM. KING, 479 East Seventh. '
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
G. F. BENEDICT. 170 West Seventh. "
CHAS. E. DANNEBERG, '
208 to 212 East Seventh.
J. J. DUN NIG AN. 220 East Seventh.
MK'IIAI D BROS., "
Corner Seventh and Wabasha streets.
GRAND CENTRAL, opp. Newmarket thea-
ter, cor. 7th and Wabasha; rates, Sl.50 and
32: special rates to traveling companies
and permanent guests. J.L. Sauvinet, Pro.
WINSLOW HOUSE, Will Bros., Seven corners
G. F. BENEDICT, 170 West Seventh.
BOCKSTRUCK & LEE, 11 East Seventh! '
STAHL & MARTIN, 19 East Seventh
REED. THE JEWELER. 192 E. 7th.
STONE JEWELER* CO., 244 East Seventh.
Loan full value on Diamonds and Watches.
JEWELRY «fc PAWNBROKER^
L. S. WELLER. 110 East Seventh street.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
ABBEY & SCHLTTE, Seven corners. ~"
ANDREW PETERSON, -IIS East Seventh."
S. M. TAYLOR, 131 W. 7th. ChilOren'sJpict-
ores, pastel and crayon portraits a specialty
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING^
J. J. DUNNIGAN, 22 ) East Seventh.
RANGES AND FURNACES.
SHANDREVV & PEETER. 183 E Seventh st.
L. T. STENSGAARD. 205 East Seventh.
L. W. BUZZELl, & CO., 970 E. Seventh st.
AMERICAN STOYE REPAIR WORKS, 1S6
West Seventh, Seven corners.
. S. BOWMAN. Seven Corners Livery.
A SACKED EASTER CONCERT
will be given at the Olivet M. E. church
at 10:45. Preaching by the pastor at 7:30 on
"The Message of the Folded Napkin." «.'
APPROPRIATE SERVICES AT 11
PPROPR1ATE SERVICES AT 11
a. m. in the Christian chapel; W. A.
Foster's subject of discourse: "Who Shall
Roll l's Away the Stone?" regular evening
HR1ST CHURCH. CORNER FRANK-
HRIST CHURCH. CORNER FKANK-
lin and Fourth Easter Services-
Rev. Charles D. Andrews, rector, services a3
follows: Celebration of the Holy Com-
munion, 7 a. m. ; morning prayer, sermon
and second celebration of the Holy Com-
munion. 11a. m. : baptismal service, 3 p. m. ;
Sunday school carol service, 7 p. m.
E~~ PISCOPAL CITY MISSION— REV
Mills, priest In charge; services to-
day; St.Peter's, Dayton's bluff (corner Fourth
and Maple), holy communion at 8 a. ni.,
morning prayer and holy communion at 11,
evening prayer at 7:30: St. James, Missis.-
sippi st., morning prayer at 11. special chil-
dren's services at 7:30; Trinity. St. Paul
Park, morning prayer at 11; St.Matthew's.St.
Anthony Park, and St. Barnabas, Arlington
Hills, evening prayer at 4.
AST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—
On Ross, near Seventh st. ; services at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; preaching in the
morning by the pastor. Rev. John A. Stemen:
subject. '"Message From the Risen Re-
deemer." In the evening the Sabbath school
will give an Easter concert; seats free. A
cordial welcome is extended to all.
ASTER SERVICES WILL BE HELD
at the Church of the Ascension, corner
Clinton av. and Isabel st. ; Rev. J. II. Lloyd,
Rector. Holy communion at 0:30 a. m.
Morning prayer.sermon and holy communion
at 11a.m. Sunday school service at 7:30
p. m. The subject of the morning sermon
will be "The Power of the Resurrection." '>•
ASTER SERVICES WILL RE HELD
at King Street M. E. church. Sermon.
in morning by the pastor; evening, the Sab-
bath school will give a concert, commencing
at 7 p.m.
ASTER SERVICE AT THE FIRST
Swedish M. E. church, corner Tenth
and Temperance sts.. at 10:30 a. m. Preach-
ing by the pastor. Rev. A. G. Johnson. Ap-
propriate music will be rendered by chorus
director aud organist, J. T. Thorn-
1KST BAPTIST CHlKCH-l'KKACH-
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH-PREACII-
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. The ordinance of baptism in the evening.
C1 RACE -M. E. CHURCH. RE .. N. W."
f Jordan, pastor. Easter services, sermon,
10:30; subject, "The Risen Savior;"' 7:30,
Easter concert by the Sunday school.
RS. M. E. ALDRICH _Tl lecture this
RS. SI. E. ALDRICH will lecture this
evening, at 7:45, before the St. Paul
Spiritual alliance, in the chapel on Wacouta
street, between Eighth and Ninth; subject:
"Spiritualism, Past, Present and Future."
ARK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Easter services at 10:30, conducted by
the Sabbath school, with an address by Presi-
dent James W. Strong, of Carleton college.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by President strong.
EV. S. .1. ROGERS WILL PREACH
at Pacific Congregational church in the
morning at 10:30, and Rev. II. H. Hart in
the evening: appropriate Easter services in
HERE WILL BE EASTER SERVICE
JL with Holy Communion in St. Mark's
Reformed Episcopal church, corner of Port-
land av. and Dale st., at 11 a. m. ; the rector,
Rev. Henry F Butter, officiating; Sabbath
school at 9:30 a m.
HE REV. HENRY F. BUTTER WILL
conduct the service in the Reformed
Episcopal Mission in the Ryan hotel. Robert
St.. at 7 :45 p. m.
HE REV. SYNDEY G. JEFFORDS
A will preach and celebrate the Holy
Eucharist in St. Mary's church. Merriam
Park. 10:30 a. m., and in St. John's in the
Wilderness church, White Bear Lake, 3:15
p. m. ; wiil preach and administer the sacra-
ment of baptism in St. Stephen's church, cor-
ner Randolph and View sts., 7:30|p. m.
HE LYCEUM. OF THE PEOPLE'S
church will meet Monday evening.April
22. at 8 o'clock, in the lecture room of the
church. The following programme will be
given: Piano solo. J. M. Palmer; original
paper, Mr. Weslezenius: vocal solo. Mrs. Cur-
tis; round table discussion of Gray's Elegy;
music. All are welcome.
STORE AND BAR FIXTURES.
NEW AND SECOND HAND SALOON
lyi fixtures, ice boxes, mirrors, pool and
billiard tables, counters and shelving. 217
First av. u., Minneapolis. 70*