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ST. PAUL WANTS.
Wants on this page will be inserted under classified headings according to the following TABLE OP KATES. r> i _: h3 nj *q oi cd | -f g* 2 3* h I Number I ° » S. _ « S Words. a 5' _ g I "8 g* *«** P I If § § S 5 5.. CD _> . © 15 or less $.15 f.2715.39 $.51 $.63 $.75 $.87 16 words .16 .28 .40 .52 .64 .76 .88 17 words .17 .30 .43 .56 .09 .82 .95 18 words .181 .321 .46 .60 .74 .88 1.01 19 words .in .84 .49 .61 .79 .94 1.08 20 words .20 .35 .50 .65 .80 .9511.10 21 words .21 .37 .53 .69 .85 1.01 1.17 22 words .22 .39 .56! .73 .90 1.07 1.24 23 words .23 .41 .59 .77 .95 1.13 1.31 24 words .24 .42 .60 .78 .961.1-1.32 25 words .25 .44; .63! -82 1.01 1.20 1.39 26 words ._6 .46 .66 .86 lot: 1.:.6 1.-6 27 words .27! .48 .69 .90 1.111.32 1.53 28 words .28 .49 .70 .91 1.12 1.33 1.54 29 words .20 .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 .79 1.03 1.27 1.51 1.78 32 words .32 .56 .80 1.04 1.28 1.5-11.76 33 words .33 .58 .83 1.08 1.33 1.58 1.80 34 words .34 .60 .56J1.12 1.38 1.63 1.90 ___ words .35 .62 .89 1.16 1.43 1.70 1.97 36 words .30 .63 .90 1.17 1.441.711.98 37 words -37 .65 .93 1.211.49 1.77 2.06 38 words .38 .67 .96 1.25 1.541.83 2.12 39 words .39 .69 .99 1.29 1.59 1.89 2.19 40 words .40 .70 1.00 1.3011. 601 J. 90 2.20 41 words .41; .72 1.03 1.34 1.65 1.96 2.27 42 words .42 .74 1.06 1.38 1.70 2.022.30 43 words) .43 .76 1.09 _____ 1.75 2.08 2.41 41 words .44 .77 1.10 1.43 1.76 2.09 2.42 45 words .45 .791.131.471.812.15 2.49 46 words .40 .811.161.511.86 2.21 2.50 47 words 1 .47 .831.19 1.55 1.91 2.27 2.63 48 word- .4,8 .84 1.20 1.56 1.92 2.2812.64 49 words .49 .86 1.23 1.00 1. 97:2. 34 2.71 50 words .50 .88 1.20J1.04 2.02 2.40'2.7S Compound words count two words, and abbreviations count the same as full words. . In Every Case the Money Must Accom pany the Order. SIT! ATIO--S OFFERED. ; Male. ADVERTISING AGENTS— Good posi tions open to work on salary. Bee Hive Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 127 GENT— reliable man to represent Mil waukee firm in this state: $35 capital required. Call from 9 to _ 2 at 547 Wabasha st. AWNING HANGER- Experienced man to hang awnings: call after 9 o'clock. J. M. Bossell, 190 East Fifth st 3 BAKER— First-class bread baker wanted, 300 Rice st. 3 BARBER— Wanted at once, one strictly first-class white barber; no other need apply; steady work winter and summer to the light man; wages $16 per week. Ad dress A. W. Stark, 402 West Second st., Ash land. Wis. 127-133 BARBER— Wanted, a lifst-cluss barber at once: $15 a week and steady work. Ad dress Leonard Hauck, 101 West Superior St.. Duluth. Minn. 127-128 BARBER— First-class barber wanted at 87 Pearl st. 3 DARKER wanted at 141 East Fifth st. A X HER— Wanted, barber atlS7 Western ay. 3 BOY— Wanted, boy to learn trade, at 371 Jackson st. 3 BOY — Wanted, a smart boy to work in store and learn to do business, at 100 East Third st. 3 BOOKKEEPERS AND COLLECTORS — Positions secured for competent men. Bee Hive Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 127 YASSER— Wanted, an active and honest man for canvassing and collect ing; call at Room 13. 303 Jackson st 3 YASSER— Wanted, man competent to take position as canvasser for tea store. Address, stating experience, X 30. Globe. • 3 C . AN YASSEKS— Wanted, several good J canvassers : wages and commission paid : steady . employment M. Sch lotbaum. 52 West Ft-urth st. ■ 127-29 ARPENTEKS— Two or three carpenters, for inside finishing work. W. I. Ste vens. Hamline. 3 COOK— an experienced hotel cook; must be well recommended: a permanent position to right party. Address at once. Box 534, Crookston. Minn. 125-27 COLLECTOR or solicitor by a steady, re liable, middle-aged man, who can pro vide best of city aud other references. Ad dress ('.. Globe. 3 COATMAKEK— 459 Broadway, Portland yj block. ' 3 DRUG CLERK— Wanted, drug clerk, reg istered; must speak German and come well recommended; state salary wanted. Address Tarbell & Williameon, Watertown, Dak. 125-131 MANAGER— Wanted, man with $350 to manage a branch office: $1,000 a year guaranteed. Address L., Box 456, Winona. Minn. 125-127 MEN— Wanted, two men of good address. Call after 9a. m., 37 West Third st. 3 PLASTERERS— Wanted, ten plasterers ready for work Monday morning. John Menz, 548 Bradley st. " 126 LIMBERS— steam and gas fitters to keep away from Duluth ; strike on. 122-127 PORTER— good, strong boy |for porter work at McVeigh Bros.', 67 East Third. 3 POSITIONS OF TRUST— To those able to give bonds or references. Bee Hive Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. 127 PORTER— hotel porter. Inquire at 289 Rppert st. _3 SALESMAN Wanted, a young man who has a knowledge of drugs to act as as sistant salesman in a wholesale house; must write a good hand: references required; state salary wanted. Address X 22, Globe. 127-31 SALESMEN— at once.more sales men : write to J.Austin Shaw & Co., Nu rserymen, Rochester, N. Y. . 127— cod 8t HOEMAKER— A first-class custom shoe maker wanted; a good, steady man. 568 Broadway. . ' 3 TAILORS— Wanted, two tailors, good coat makers, and one by the week for all kinds of work ; will pay good wages. Call at 165 West Seventh st. Seven Corners. 125-127 TAILOR— good coat and pants makers: steady work. Apply H. Nal bacb. Great Falls, Mont. 123-130 UPHOLSTERERS— Wanted, upholsterers J andloungemakers at Union Parlor Furni ture Co., 241 South Robert st, West St. Paul. 127-133 : . PHOLSTERER and carpet cleaner 1 wanted immediately at 386 St. Peter st. UPHOLSTERER— Wanted, one first-class y~j upholsterer at 60 East Fourth st . 3 J ANTED— with $350 cash security to take charge of branch office: salary $75 per month and share of profits; do not answer unless you have the security and can leave city. Address lock box 220, La Crosse, Wis. 127-129 ANTED— Agents to handle the -new patent chemical ink-erasing pencil; greatest novelty overproduced; erases ink in two seconds: no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted to $620 in six days; another $32 in two hours; territory absolutely free; salary to good men; no ladies need answer: sample. 35 cents. For terms and full particu lars, address J. W. Skinner & Co., Onalaska, Wis. 124-27 YOUNG MEN to know that we can find positions for them as soon as they are competent stenographers; enter now and be ready for the fall openings; new teacher and Pitman system. Anna Drew School. 127-133 ___^ Af,a you out of employment? Advertise in nl c the Daily and Sunday Globe. BOARD OFFERED. BOARD AND . ROOM— Boom and board in private family; bath, etc.; for two young gentlemen. Apply at 519 Broadway, corner Tenth. 125-32 BOARD— Fine, large, furnished rooms, with board, at 64 East Eleventh st. 127-8 BOARD— Pleasant rooms, with bath and • conveniences, furnished or unfur nished, convenient to cable, 497 Marshall corner Mackubin, also a few table board en^ ._ 125-134 BOARD- 275 Eighth st— rent, two parlors, with first class board; 6 o'clock dinners. 125-127 BOAR I )-64 Iglehart St.-Furnished rooms, bath room, and nil modern improve ments, with use of parlor and piano, with board: ten minutes' . walk from postoffice; reasonable rates. . . . 125-7 BOARD— Pleasant front room, with board ; also, a few day boarders can be accom modated. 542 Canada st •'-. •■ ■ - -.124-7 YOUNG GIRLS* HOME, 620 St Peter A st: for respectable young girls only;' board and lodging $2.50 . a week ; reading room free. , -.--.■- 61-181 _s__-_-___S---J*^ If you want to hire a _-__M-___-_-_fr tenement read The Globe PP taB iy "Want" Column* ' -■"■ .-..■. - ': ._ 55 *fc_T«S" SITUATIONS OFFERED. i r mill. . . A— INTELLIGENCE - OFFICE, White Shield League Help Exchange, 78 East Seventh st. ; girls registered tree. - . 100-136 ASQUE FINISHERS and two appren tice girls wan tod immediately. 7*2 West Tenth st. 127 COOK— a competent cook and laundress, who is willing to leave the city. Apply to Mrs. C. D. Kerr, 69 Summit aye. .. ' .-- . , 3 DINING ROOM GIRLS wanted at In teriiational Hotel. .3 DINING ROOM GIRLS wauled at the Boston, 464 Jackson. 3 RESSMAKEE — Wanted, a first-class dressmaker; come prepared for work. At Mrs. Bruggeman's Dressmaking Parlors, 28 East Seventh. 3 DRESSMAKER— Wanted, dressmaker: basque finisher at 22 East Third st. 3 COOK— Good cook wanted at 9 East Tenth st 3 COOKS— Good places open; highest wage's J paid. Bee Hive .Enterprise, Seventh and Robert. ' 127 GIRLS— Ten girls for housework; good places in city. Bee Hive Enterprise. Seventh and Robert. ' ■ 127 IRL wauted at s7o Cedar st. 3 HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house work. 515 Ashland ay. 3 OU SB WO R X—Wanted,K — Wanted, girl for general housework; small family. 426 Rondo st - 3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted immediately, a girl for general housework; Swede pre ferred. 578 Wabasha st. 3 OI'SEWORK— a girl to do gen eral housework, at 544 Jackson st. 3 OUSEWOKK— wanted for general housework at 504 Canada st. 3 OUSEWORK— Wanted, German girl for general housework; none other need apply; small American family; no heavy washing. For particulars call at Room 2, No. 185 East Fourth st. 127-29 HOUSEWORK — A competent girl for housework; German •or Swede ■ pre ferred. 415 Summit. fti_.3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, at corner of Mackubin and Rondo sts.— so3 Rondo —a girl competent to do general housework, in a family of three. 127-129 HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted at once for general housework at 25 East Ninth st, OUSEWORK— GirI for general house work at 233 Oak st. 127 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen eral housework. Apply at once to 293 Rondo st. - ' 3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, German girl for light housework; good wages; call at 258 Ramsey st. . 3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl to go into the country for the summer; general housework: wages s4 per week. Apply at St. Luke's hospital, 105 East Eighth st. 3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen eral housework. Address 003 John st ■ " . • ' ' 3 HOUSE WORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. 620 Pine st. 3 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, in a small fam ily, a competent German or Irish girl for general housework. 469 North st. 3 HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted to do gen eral housework: - German preferred. Apply at 480 Park ay.. St. Paul, Miuu. ' 127-132 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good gill for general housework at 549 Fuller st. 3 HOUSEWORK— An experienced girl to ■ cook, wash and iron. Apply 173 Col lege ay. 126-28 HOUSEWORK— Wanted, two strong girls with references to work together in private family at Lake Minnetonka. Inquire at 54 Park Place. 125-27 HOUSEWORK— A German girl for gen eral housework. 129 East Fifth st. 125-27. KITCHEN GIRL— a kitchen girl ; German preferred. Call at Hamp ton House, 151 East Third st . 3 HOUSEWORK— Good girl for family of three, at 319 Chestnut st. 3 KITCHEN GIRL— Girl to work in kitchen; German preferred. 624 Lee ay. • ' 3 KITCHEN WORK— Wanted, a girl to do kitchen work at 251 Rice, corner Col lege ay. : must come well recommended. 3 ILLINER AND MAKERS wanted immediately at the Parisian, 49 East Third st. . 124-26 ]VJ URSE— Good nurse for two children; li brin ; references; 350 Summit ay. ■ ■ 3 SECOND GIRL wanted at 637 Cedar st. " . "• ••; ' 3 SKIRT HAND— Wanted, good skirt hand, one able to drape; also waist hand. 384 Robert st. 3 SOLICITORS— Wanted, one energetic ." lady and gentleman solicitor of good ad dress; good wages: quick sales. Apply at Room 232. 460 Jackson st. 3 TRIMMERS— Wanted two experienced trimmers at once. Apply Kerrs' millin ery store, 1005 Washington ay. south. 127 Mnpp columns of "Want" ads. in the Globe mm c t ; lan ; n any other paper. : . •' > BUSINESS CHANCES. McKenncj', Self _fc Turner. 338 Cedar st. Union Block. Room 83. TT, E HAVE three lots and two good VV houses, one seven aud one nine rooms, worth $4,500, to trade for city property or stock; also good farm of 160 acres near Jamestown, N. D. ■ FINE BARBERSHOP; central location; four chairs; two baths; snap. GEM BARBER SHOP on principal street, doing $150 business per week; look this up; great bargain. . ' . bYr-T-ROOM FURNISHED FLAT for As I $1,1.00; small payment down. FURNISHED FLATS AND HOUSES—. Full roomers: easy terms;, clearing nice profits; cigar and confectionery stores; liv ing rooms attached;' from $200 up. Part ner wanted, in drug business; laundries, grocery stores and butcrher shops in all parts city. 1 fJ-KOOJI FLAT full of first-class room -ID ers; this is a bargain for -any .one. . . _ ANDY LITTLE CIGAR, and confec tionery for sale ; to see this is to purchased IF YOU want to get into a good paying nus iness call on us. ■ McKonuev, Self & Turney, 338 Cedar St., Room 83. 127 Miscellaneous Business . '_.:_;■<• .s BARBER SHOP, fixtures and good will • for sale cheap. . Address W. S. Johnson. Herman, Minn. _. 123-129 BOARDING HOUSE, furniture and lease for sale 21 rooms: best location; terms reasonable. Inquire 66" East Fourth st. ■ . . .125-133 BOOKKEEPER AND CORRESPOND ent—One able to purchase an interest in an established business: good references re quired. Call or address Enterprise Manu facturing company. North St. Paul. Minn. "127 RUG STORE FOR SALE .IN CITY of 3,500, Southern Minnesota— $3,000; sales, $500 to $600 per month: big prescription trade: will give a bargain, as other business requires attention; terms cash. "S. 31.," Noyes Bros. & Cutler. 125-31 NEWSPAPER FOR SALE— An old es tablished and prosperous newspaper business in a live town (county seat), 1.500 population, in Western Minnesota, for sale: only one other paper in the county; best of reasons for selling; a splendid opportunity' for a good newspaper man with a little money; write at once. S. E. M., care Globe. ' 125-130 . ■ .___ PRACTICAL NEWSPAPER MAN OF family, with $500 to $1,000. wanted, to buy, or take an interest in, an established paper and plant worth $1,000 to $3,000. in a live railroad town of 900 inhabitants. Ad dress at once Newspaper Box 15, Rush City, Minn. v . ._ 127 132 RESTAURANT— For sale, at one-half its value ; will take a driving horse in part payment; good reasons for selling. ' X 101. Globe. 121-131 WANTED— An active man to take an in terest in a legitimate enterprise in St. Paul that will pay two hundred per cent in six months: small capital. Address B 57, Globe, Minneapolis. 127. C»1 f\f\( \ CASH and security for $600 «JD_ \J\J will purchase a well equipped livery, with a good string, of boarders; a first class location and low rent; or 'will' take a partner capable of managing the business. Address D. N., Globe. -. . . . 127-128 i-ii TO EXC'IIA-f €_E. _ .-■;; '■'■;.. ; TO EXCHANGE— Want to exchange St. .Paul lots for prairie land :in southern part of state. _ E. J. Bell, 8 Chamber of Cora merce, St Paul. ..;■■ ■>■-- -.-._. -. _. 127-129 TO-EXCHANGE— acres of fine land on "■ Lake Elmo, clear,' for city property. Louis H. Haas, 136 East Fourth st .125-27 TO EXCHANGE— A fine piece ot land, sixty-five acres, ten miles from town, for a good building lot worth about $3,000. Louis H. Haas, 136 East Fourth st.--, 1 125-29 TO EXCHANGE— stoves for heating or cooking stoves iv good order. • Address F 32. Globe. 123 29 Nnihinn nke *« anywhere, NOW Kead $* list of Wants with care. THE SAINa 1 PATJti DAIt.Y GLOB%. .rI^SDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1889. . • ____-_. . •*-* ■-- ■ ■ •• ■ ■■-■■■ ■ •--.'-. '-• : ' ITU ATIO-IS WAt-TEP. Male. ■ .-. : . .- _ ■.'.•..._ ANY SITUATION wanted by a sober. Intelligent young man (German) ; good penman, correct at figures; references.. E. W., 448 St. Peter st. 121-127 APPRENTICE— seventeen years of age, would like "a situation to learn a trade. Address 348 Banfil st, city. 3 PPRENTICE— To druggists: Scandina vian youth wants chance to learn drug business. Address O. S., care Noyes Bros. & Cutler. ' • ■ ■ ■•■■-,:' 1 BELL BOY— Wanted, situation as bell boy or special messenger; will work for low salary. Address C. S., Globe. . : ; 7 BOOKKEEPING— Books opened, closed, posted, expert work, etc. F. Sprague, room 252, Drake block. St. Paul. 122* BOOKKEEPER— man of 19 years -D of age who understands bookkeeping, desires work of any kind: references, Ad dress W. J. W.. 700 East Fifth st. . 1 BOOKKEEPER— Situation wanted by an experienced bookkeeper. Address A 29. Globe. ' 121-127 BOY— Boy would like a situation driving delivery wagon; age fifteen; good ex perience. Address L 14, Globe. " 6 BOY— A boy of 13 years would like light work in an office or elsewhere. Is will ing to work. Address W, 606 Robert st- 5 BOY— German boy, 17 veafs of age, has good German education and a year's schooling in this country, wishes a place to Work in store and board with employer. Ad dress H. 8., Globe. .-..'. . ■•_■ y 4 CLERK— Wanted, situation as night clerk in first-class hotel outside of city, best of references. Address J. Schoenborn, ' Globe. .1 CLERK— Wanted, situation in produce or wholesale house by young man of seven years' experience. Address 11 44, Globe. 3 C.OACHM AN— a situation as 1 J coachman by a good, middle-aged col ored man; good references. Address 232 West Sixth st. 4 COACHMAN— A coachman wants situa tion on St. Anthony hill; good refer-, ences; knows the city well; German. Ad dress J. S. 8., 142 Dale st, St. Paul, city. 7 COACH MAN- Wan ted, situation in pri vate family; well acquainted in city; good reference, and has long experience in taking care of horses. F. Vanberg, 1125 Beech st, city. 1 COACHMAN— A position as coachman in private family; give best of city refer ences. - Address L., Globe. . : ," - 1 OACHMAN— Wants a place to take care of horses and work around the house; understands horses thoroughly. Address A . 37, Globe. . 5 COOK Situation wanted by a first-class cook; Dest of references; steady ; sober; in a hotel, city or country; will make con tract. Address B. Flow, 547 Wacouta St., St. Paul. Minn. .3 COOK— Situation wanted by man and wife in hotel ; man for first cook and woman for pastry. Address T 27, Globe. ' 3 COOK— good, sober second hotel cook would like a situation. Address W. J., „ Globe. ■ _ _5 j COOK— first-class colored cook ; meat J --ana pastry; references given. Address E 31, Glodp. 5 COLLECTOR— Wanted, position as col > lector or salesman in wholesale house by young man of 19; A 1 references, and a worker. H." Hinmau,Qroom 510, Colonnade apartments. " . ■ ■ • 7 C COLLECTOR— young man, who can ' give good references and bonds, wishes a position as collector. 31 21, Globe. . 4 COUNTRY POSITIONS— Wanted by two boys ten and twelve years old, positions to go to the country. Address 650 York St., near Payne. ■ ■ " 1 DRUGGIST— Wauted, situation by young man in retail store: three years' experience; age nineteen; speaks English and German; good references. Address W 23, Globe. ■■■■. 1 DRUGGIST— Situation as assistant drug gist: am a graduate of pharmacy; thir teen years' experience. Address E. 31. S., Globe. ■ 1 DRUGGIST— Norwegian, 11 years' experi ence, wants situation in -city or coun try: best references. Address A. Qually, care Noyes Bros. & Cutler. 5 RUG CLERK— like to have posi tion; junior drug clerk with four years' experience, and one course at New York Col lege of Pharmacy. Address A 35 Globe. 5 DRUG CLERK— a position in drug store by young man ; two and a half years' experience: can come well recommended ; city preferred. Address W 23, Globe. 124-28 DRIVER — A young man wants a situation as driver or clerk in a grocery store;. references. H 22, Globe. 1 DRIVER— A situation by a boy of six teen to drive a delivery wagon; knows city well. Address C. S., Globe. 1 MPLOYMENT— good, honest young . man would like to get a situation in some wholesale house: can give good refer ences. Address 409 Franklin st, St. Paul. 0 EMPLOYMENT— A young man wishes some kind of work; twenty years of age; not afraid to work. Address F. N.. 559 Orleans st., West side. . 3 EMPLOYMENT— ell educated .young man desires a position of any kind;, good penman and quick at figures. • N. M.. 212 Rondo st. ' :..■:■■• 7 EMPLOYMENT— By an elderly man; a good penman and understands book keeping; wages no object Address J 29, Globe. - 1 EMPLOYMENT— A youngman of twenty wants employment; can give refer ences. Please call at office, 85 East Fourth st ■ 1 EMPLOYMENT— good boy, fifteen years old, would like a place tb work: a ; place with board preferred. Address 173 Florida. 5 ENGINEER by a first-class en gineer: seven years', experience and state license. Address D 3, Globe. 1 FIREMAN— Situation wanted by young man twenty-two years old; fireman; temperate • habit's; willing to work at any thing honorable. Frank Bishop, 229 _> West Seventh st. .. " - .-. 1 HOSTLER wanted by a young man (single) ; understands the care of . horses and willing to make himself generally useful. A. Melville, 445 East Seventh st. 1 HOSTLER— A young man (Scandinavian) wants to work in a family place: un derstands the care of horses and garden : can make himself useful. Address T 28, Globe. 3 HOSTLER— Situation wanted by a young man; is a good hostler, and has some experience in paperhanglng - and painting. Address 480 Wabasha st. 4 INTERPRETER — Young Frenchman, speaking the five world languages, desires position with a good family to go to Europe as interpreter or courier. Address Accepted,' Globe. -.-.... ■ ■ ■' ! ' 3 JEWELER— A steady young man wants position in jewelry store ; has had some . experience ; references furnished. Joger El lingboe, 85 East Fourth st '■.-•-■ 6 LAWYER'S CLERK— A young man, re- . cently admitted to practice, wants em-' ploymentina law office: terms reasonable;, will furnish recommendations. Address 31.. Globe. -■■-•■■_, PANTS MAKER — Good pants maker wants situation to work by the week. Address Market hotel, Wabasha st, second house from Seventh st. 3 PHARMACIST, registered in Minnesota, wants position ; can furnish good refer ences. Address C 31, Globe. 1 PRINTER, with experience in all branches, wants situation in first-class country office; Western daily preferred. Address Y. 32, Globe. 1 PRINTER— Position where I can learn printing business. Good reference given. Address with terms, X. Y. T., 420 Fuller St.. St. Paul. .:■ 7 PRESS FEEDER— Boy would like a posi tion to feed small press; can also make ready. P. F., Globe. . • 1 SALESMAN Wanted, situation as shoe salesman; retail; thoroughly posted; nine years' experience; strictly temperate. Apply E 29, Globe. 5 SITUATION young man wishes a situ ation in a wholesale house: experience, seven years; best of reference. Call or ad dress G. 31., 151 West Seventh st. 1 SITUATION. WANTED— By young man 21 where there is chance to learn trade. . Apply Lupton, 351 West Seventh. :. • 5 STUDENT— A young man with good refer ence, speaks and ■writes German, would like a situation in a law office where he can assist indtfi cework and study. Address G. A. W., 700 East Fifth st . city." . . 1 SOLICITOR— experienced . solicitor wishes to communicate with parties who can offer some good inducements. Apply E 29, Globe. . •-.'-■-.-:•■■'. ■::::■■- 7 TO ' DRUGGISTS —Scandinavian young man, understands German, with - one year's experience, wants situation. \ Address 1. Noyes Bros. & Cutler. ■ ■••-; : 1 WATCHMAKER— Steady young man (Norwegian) desires . a position as watchmaker; fias had ten years' experience; can furnish best of references. - Address 557 Sibley st, ~ 3 WATCHMAN— A gentleman with No. 1 references. is looking for a position, and I will work for most , reasonable wages. Call or address Mr. J. Mars, 114 West Tenth st, ir^par. " ". 1 Thnea wt, o advertise ■■ in Sunday's ■ Globe I nut>c BaY it pays the best. - »* t mm : SIT HATIO.. .--^__-___S ■_•_€_.-»- ' - : SITUATIO-fS W___OT-EP. ..•-."" j cmdle. . : BOOKKEEPING— Situation wanted by a . graduate : of Curtiss college; bookking or some office work; no salary required the first two weeks. , Call on or address Book keeper N. 18 Tenth at. north, Mlnpeapolis. 1 BOOKKEEPER— A position wanted by .■■ a young lady as bookkeeper of any kind of office work ; city references. . Address X 32, Globe. .' ■■". ■ ■■-:.-■:-- 1 BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, a ; situation as 3 bookkeeper or cashier by a S_mng lady ' who has had experience as either. Address Emma, Globe. .." -- V, CASHIER— A young lady desires situation ' as cashier, bookkeeoer, or any kind of : office ■■ work ; best ot reference. - Address N- M 211, Globe. ■ .'■- ■ ' ■ - ■ J . C CHAMBERMAID— A ' young and c*- J1 : perienced girl wishes a situation as' chambermaid in a first-class hotel Please call or wddress at 146 East Ninth. lj CASHIER— lady with experience . wishes situation as cashier, bookkeeper: or copyist ; can furnish best of reference. Ad dress N 33, Globe. , :- . 1. CLERK— Wanted, position in law or gen eral office, by young lady who has had' . five years' « experience. Address T 33, Globe. ■ ■■■$_ CLERK— A young lady with four years', experience in dry. goods store wishes, for a position; will work for reasonable wages. Call or address Miss M. M., 114 West Tenth st, in rear. •■ ■ . - 1 CiOOK— Situation wanted, by a first-class t cook; will go by the day or work, under stands the business thoroughly. Address A 34 Globe. 5 C COOK— Situation wanted by a first-class ■> . cook who understands her • business ; thoroughly; has lived in the best families in Europe: came from New York, Call at 621 East Third St.. city. - 1 COOK— colored cook ; references given. Address A 33. Globe. 4 COOK wants work in private family. Call 393 Bruno. 6 LiOMPANION— Young lady wants a posi- | > tion as companion for an old or invalid lady. Address C, St. Mary's Home. 6 COMPANION— A refined young lady of 20 desires a situation as companion to an invalid or aged lady; is willing to do light work; references exchanged. Address Helen F.. Globe. 1 DINING ROOM GIRL— lady de sires employment in linen room or din ing room of good" hotel. Address Z, Globe. 1 RESSMAKEK— Situation to sew with dressmaker; saiarv reasonable. Address J 23. Globe. ' ... 1 DRESSMAKER— Situation wanted by a young lady as apprentice to a dress maker or milliner. Call or address 907 Marion St., St. Paul, Minn. 1 DRESSMAKER— experienced dress maker wants a few more engagements in families; good fit warranted. Address F.. Globe. . 3 DRESSMAKER desires a few more en gagements iv families: best of city ref erences. Address C 27, Globe. 1 RESSMAKING— A young lady desires a few more engagements in families. . Call or address 256 West Third st. . . _ - • 7.' MPLOY3IENT— Wanted, work by a young girl, of any kind by the day. Call 15 Exchange. " * . . 6 EMPLOYMENT— A good 3erman girl wants situation at once; reference. Mrs. Schnell, oldest Intelligence office, 386 Banfil ■ st. .. ... .-;,.. ... - ..-■■■-. ... . 1 FLOOR- WALKER— a young lady a position as floor- walker in a dry goods store; . speaks German and English: "best of references given if required. - Address S. F., P. O. box 2123, St. Paul. '.: . 5 OVERNESS .— Wanted, situation as nursery governness; five years' ex- ; perience: of as useful companion to invalid; highest reference (present employer). Ad ; dress W 33. Globe. - 125-27 GOVERNESS— Resident or daily. Young.' . • English lady (diploma) desires situation; ; gives lessons in English, French. German, . elocution, music. ' Address U 30, Globe. "7- OITSECLEANING— A young wom__r would like work at housecleaning, etc.' 256 University ay. - ■ '3' LEANING— would like 1 work to clean house, ironing and wash- . ing. . . 256 University ay. 4 HOUSEKEEPER— Situation wanted by a lady as housekeeper without children in or out of city ; Address Mrs.'M." Johnson ' - 523 Lafond st, St. Paul. ■ 5 OUSEWORK— GirI desires second or light housework without washing:-' wages moderate. Address T 57. Globe.:. _6' HOUSEWORK wanted by a young girl fn ' . private family. Address . 518 ■ Missis-' > sippi st, up stairs. : '• .. '. -4 OUSEKEEPER— A very respectable German widow, thirty-five years old, wants a situation as housekeeper in or out of town. 52 West Tenth st. Room 15. 3 NURSE — Lady wants to take care of children at" her own home. 700 Lee ay. .. --.-■-■- f. 4 NURSE— young lady would like a situa tion where she could take care of a child, and where she could be treated as one of the family. Address Pearl, Globe. ' I NURSE — Wauted, by an elderly person, . who has had long experience in taking care of children, a position as nurse for one infant Call St Mary's Home, 318 Somer set . 3 NURSE— Wanted, by an English girl, aged thirteen, as nurse girl. Address S 30, Globe. ■■:■ »-■"■; _____________; NURSING— Wanted, by a lady of several ' ; years' experience and good references, sick nursing. Apply at 639 Canada st. 1 SECOND , GlßL— Wanted, a situation as second girl or nurse; • good reference. Inquire at 192 Rondo st. ■ . 6 SECOND WORK— Two competent Ger man girls want places together in private families; second work or waitresses in fine boarding house. 52 West Tenth st. Room 15. ■•■■ -■•;-.'.■■■ ■ ■ ■ . ■■:•■ ■■&:.•: ■■•■ . --3, TENOGKAPHER— Lady . stenographer desires position;', five years' experience; city reference. . Address R., 267 Fifteenth st, corner Canada. ' ■-.-.'■ :■'.:'. -1 ASHERWOMAN— woman would like work by the day, washing and iron ing " preferred. Call or address 606] Robert st ' . 1 WASHERWOMAN wants work by" the 1 day. Call 486 St Peter st. 1 WASHING— A woman wants to take in washing;, anyone who wants their washing and repairing dove well, no matter . what it may be, coarse or fine, please come-. to 481, St. Peter St.- ■ ;i "1; WASHING wanted by a woman to take .'-■ home; rough-dried clothes 25 cents per dozen; called for and delivered. 456- East Sixth st. : -'"•-IV -117 ASHING— GirI would like to go out Vr washing by the day. Call at 1 2 East Ninth st. ,••■-••■' -..■■:• 125-27 WASHING— A woman would like to go out washing and housecleaning. Ad dress R. L. G.. 504 Rice st. 6 WASHERWOMAN — Washerwoman looking for. work: . washing, ironing and housecleaning. ; 397 Exchange st. ' 1 ASHERWOMAN— WouId like to go out by the.' day or ; housecleaning or building or "offices. Please- call or address. : 644 Broadway, up stairs, over Washington laundry. ■ — ... 1 WORK— A woman wants two or three days' work in the wee_.washing,lron_ag; or any work by day a good working woman.' Please address or call at 481 St." Peter st. .7. Man women and children all advertise.' : "ten, their "Wants" in SUNDAY'S , HOUSES AMD CARRIAGES^ t>OR SALE— Two splendid driving horses; ■well-bred; can be seen between 11 ana'- -1 o'clock, or between 6 and 8, at 132 West Fifth st. ; also a Concord . buggy and uar- 1 nesses. . : 127-133- GET your carriages, wagons or sleighs oil -; F. -X. Quesuel, 107 East Eighth st. Long experience; practical and scientific workmen; repairing neatly done on short notice. ;. 314* i RAND CLEARING SALE OF LIGHT new carriages, thaetons, buggies, \ jump-seats. carts, pony . carts, ' park wagons, surreys, extension tops, rock..; aw ays, double, " single, coupe and pony harness. .we have determined to close, our entire stock of 200 vehicles op every description at an enormous sacrifice; now is the time to but: one price to all. Kino's Carriage .". Repository, corner Fourth and Minnesota streets. ; 87-177 T. BROOKS, practical shoer, 51 East • _ Fifth, near corner Cedar, will shoe your - horse to order; shoeing drivers and carriage horses a specialty; pacers and trotters gaited and shod with care : my shoes are all hand made and adanted to the horse. .. . 327* ANTED— A good, gentle i family -horse and jump-seat phaeton or carriage. Address Z 17, Globe office. ... '■ -,_.._,,. 127 \V ANTED— buy, if cheap, a service- VV. able, light driving horse; must be a bargain. Address V 21, Globe. . :._:„.."- . 127 ; WANTED— pony; must be young and strong; moderate price. Call at' 177 Pleasant ay. . -"3 BOARD WAT-TED. BOARD— Wanted, room 'and board In pri •• vate samilyby middle-aged gentleman; home comforts desired ; give terms "per ■month. ■: Address 29, Globe. 127-29 TO EXCHANGE— fine new upright pi v A ano for board. Address V 31, Globe. 125 27 WHERE WANTS CAN BE LEFT .—FOR— :'..: ..:-''" INSERTION IN THE GLOBE: j.' ; ■■ -.. - ; . ; . ._ ; . LYONS & TICKNOR. Druggists, 707 East ! Third street, corner Bates. CONGER ; BROS., Druggists, 349 University j avenue, corner Virginia. /■: " MOUNTS & SAWYER, Grocer* corner Ash i land avenue and Dale street. . . .'".'..,,. WILKES, Druggist, 759 and 761 West j Seventh street. BERKMAN & CO., 422 Dakota avenue E. FOX. 482 Rice street i .---•■_■ .- . - GEO. snEPHARD, 691 Reaney street i RANK L. OSBURG, 178 Western avenue. S. H. HAVES, 441 West Seventh street F. VAN DUYNE, Druggist,- 828 East Sev-' • enth street HIPPLER & COLL YER, Druggists, 199 East Seventh street. JOHN FURLONG GROCERY COMPANY. 470 Jackson street WILKES' PHARMACY, Seven Corner! . M. D. MERRILL, Books and Stationery, 442 Broadway. fflyjSH! HELLER'S PHARMACY, corner Tenth and St. Peter streets. IKifl____P_-_4PHB_V SCHIFFMAN & LYONS, corner Third and Maria. ■ ; A-LTCTIO-i SALES. Jel»l> &, Soli .liter. Auctioneers. ________ CHICK ERING PIANO, - Fine Paintings and Fine Furniture at Auction— We will sell at the residence, 459 Iglehart St., on Tuesday, May . 7, commenc ing ,at 10 o'clock a. m.. a very fine upright 7 _i-octave Chickering piano, a su perb instrument, magnificent tone and quick, responsive touch; elegant parlor furniture, one very fine antique sideboard, fine book case, solid cherry and black walnut bed room suites, fine easy chairs, one very fine antique , oak mirror front folding bed. one very elegant burl walnut folding bed ; bevel French plate mirror, cost 8125 ; rich and heavy Moquette carpets, heavy silver plate : bamboo tables, French marble and bronze clocks, a superb collection of flue oil paint ings from the easels ; of - some of the most prominent . artists of the day, fine steel en gravings, photogravures, etc.: fine private library containing the complete works of Dickens, Eliot, : Scott, Hume, Dante, ' etc. : two fine ranges, fine parlor and dining room furniture, kitchen utensils, beds, bedding, etc., etc. This is by far the finest sale of the season, as the good's are all in first-class con- . dition. We have engaged the services of Mr. A. M. Doherty to conduct this, as well as all other sales of furniture to be made by us; and we can assure the public at large that the sale will amply repay your attendance. Jehb & Schauer. auctioneers. 124-27 FinfA-liCIAL.. A— SIDNEY is loaned by us on improved • real estate security in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth at 6, 6 __, 7. 7_» per cent, on shortest notice for any . amount. R. M. Newport & Son, investment bankers, 152, 153 and 154 Drake block. St. Paul. 73* AMERICAN MORTGAGE LOAN com pany loans money on furniture, pianos, horses, building society stocks, jewelry and all kinds of personal property. . Room 7, First -National Bank building. 106-135 BORROW money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, etc. Mutual Loan & In vestment Co., 309 _> Jackson st. room 2. 87* EMING'S LOAN OFFICE— Money : on furniture, pianos, horses. 71 Court Block, 24 East Fourth st. 125-130 FARM AND CITY LOANS, 6, 7 and 8 per cent; mortgages and school and county bonds bought W. F. Carroll. 44 Court block. : 330* GOOD COMMERCIAL PAPER bought: time checks and warehouse receipts cashed. Mutual Loan & Investment Co.. 309 _■ Jackson St.. loom 2. " ■"■"'■ . *37 IN NESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN Company— from $10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., with out removal; also on warehouse receipts, . diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackey, manager, Room 14, First Nntional bank build ing, St Paul, and . Room 7, Mackey-Legg ' block, Minneapolis. : . . ,; ;, ...- ■;....:. 250* MONEY LOANED by H. R. Hunt & C 0. ,. 34 East Third st, room 1, on furniture, pianos, horses, carriages, etc.; also on ware house receipts, diamonds, watches and sil : verware: private room for ladies; all business strictly confidential. ■ ■ 295* ONEY LOANED on all kinds of per 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" household furm : lure, 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 on improved and uuim- IfX ■'• proved real estate: first and . second mortgages bought. Keystone Investment Company, 319 Jackson st. 118-132 H/l ONEY TO LOAN— 6, 6V_. 7 and 8 per ifl cent. A. N. Elliott 41 East Fourth st - ; - . 10-192 - ONEY TO LOAN by Lawton Bros., 405 Jackson st. and 175 Dakota ay; have on hand $7,000 at 6 per cent, on improved property. 316* MONEY TO LOAN on diamonds, watches and all goods of value; private office for consultation. George -R. Holmes, 141 and 143 East Seventh st ■ . ' 82* OCR PLAN SUIT, every Dody. We loan tfn approved chattel security or any arti cle of value. Mutual Loan &* Investment Co., 3091/2 Jackson st., room 2. -. .'.- *87; M. N. VIGUERS & CO., 41 EAST Fourth St., corker Cedar— 6, 7 and 8 per cent money on hand for vacant or improved real estate loans; partial pay ments can be made on the principal: pur chase money mortgages, bonds and stocks bought and sold. .. ■ ■ . . 102* WF. MORITZ.IIO EAST FOURTH—. • Mortgage loans made promptly; 6, 7 and 8 per cent; mortgages bought. 317* jn.f)A/\ TO LOAN upon real estate; no >$)A/*J\J commission. H. T. Smith, Mil waukee freight house. 127-30 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Miscellaneous City List. . V LOT for sale cheap: owner wishing to J\ leave the city. For particulars address W. B. J.. Globe. 125-32 CORNER VICTORIA and Tuscarora for sale, $1,200; for further particulars ad dress X 34, Globe. 127-33 . POR SALE— ~~ The finest farm in Dakota county, Minn. ; 1 320 acres— 2oo acres in crop, 100 acres 1 tame grass; good house, barn 40x120 with basement for 100 head of ; stock; u"pper part will store 100 tons of hay. Large granary, tool house, corn cribs, windmill, well, water pipes below frost lead into barn, small lake stocked with fish, 4 acres ever greens 18 years old. fine shade trees 25 years old, apple and plum trees, black walnuts and butternuts, bearing all kinds of small fruits. Land in the very highest state of cul . tivation ; lies on . the . highway from Rose mount to Farmington, one-half mile ■ from Rosemount, fifteen'- miles from St. Paul,, twenty, miles from Minneapolis, five miles from Farmington. This farm should be seen to be appreciated. It will bear the very closest inspection, and we take pleasure in goiug'with any one to show it Price, $15,000. terms easy. Give us a call. Thompson & Campbell, 208 Bank Commerce, Exclusive Agents. ■ . . _ : ..■■■■ FOR SALE— J lots in St. Anthony, Union and : Merriam Parks house and lot in Merriam Park. C. D. Welch, Merriam Park. 125-131 FOR SALE— At Forest Lake, between Marsh's hotel and depot, a large and convenient new . house; lake lots cheap for cash. Charles C. York, Forest Lake, Minn. j 121-131 FOR SALE— Two new eight-room houses in lower town. : For terms address D 28, Globe. . - 125-28 FOR SALE— Thirty-one acres corner Thir teenth and North sts.. desirable for plat ; ting. C. Good, Dcs Moines, Io. ; ; . . 115-44 , REMOVAI — Hubbell & Bishop, real estate and loans, have removed to 94 East Fourth st. ' ; " 127-129 WE HAVE an unimproved . piece of city property valued at $50,000, which we would like to trade for a block of houses in St Paul or Minneapolis, or a stock farm well improved. ; Smith & Taytor, 333 Robert st. . dM »jr\__ CASH, balance on easy terms, «Jf)l . o\J s- secures a nice home 'of eight rooms, with bath, gas,' electric bells, y etc.; i house lust finished on Martin st, near Kent st. Apply to the owner 531 Marion st. . .'_ : J125-27 FOR lIEHTr " > . ■'■■■;.' . Hon. _-*_>. ;.,-. HOUSES— rent, Nos. 612 and 614 Holly ay. : houses new; hardwood finish first floor; have thirteen rooms besides laun : dry, bath and closet In basement for : serv ants; everything in first-class shape; . also No. 608 Holly ay.; has eleven rooms; all modern improvements; will newly paper and make same in first-class order. J. C. Stout, No. 324 Jackson st ' - ■ ' 111* HOUSE— rent, a twelve-room house . with all latest improvements. Apply at 221 East Seventh st. ; 1-3-29 HOUSE —A | new. eight-room house, witn all modem improvements; convenient to cable and street cars. Inquire J. ■ Schaff hausen, 304 Carroll st. 125-127 HOUSE— Furnished house, 634 St. Peter. St.; modern improvements. R. J. Markoe, Room 37, Gilfillan block. 125-131 HOUSE— $14 per Month— Eight-room ;: house, suitable for two families, near Bohn "Manufacturing company. Room 14. 94 East Fourth st. . ' 125-27 HOUSES— rent, 8-room house on Whit .. all st: large, shady grounds; stable if. required. ■ Ten- room house on De Sofa st., one block from cars, adapted to two fam ilies; city water and sewer. Four-room cot tage on Wells st, near Arcade.' Two stores aud 2 flats on Arcade near the Bohn plant. Apply to Lawrence Fahey, 515 Whitall st. . .': : : ' ' 125-127 ■■'•■■' ' HOUSE— For rent house of seven rooms: city hot and cold water, bath, etc $20. 295 Martin st. ' 127-2. HOUSE— For rent, house of eight rooms; suitable for one or two families. 226 Temperance, corner Thirteenth st. 127-28 HOUSES— Two desirable houses with ' modern conveniences, in lower town, at low rent C. J. Mct'onville, Finch, Van Slyck & Co.. Fourth and Sibley sts. 125-28 HOUSE— For rent, house of eight rooms, city water and sewerage, at 310 South Oak st. . 124-29 HOUSE— rent, until May 1, 1890. to a responsible party, nine-room house. No. 427 Portland ay. ; gas, water ana electric bells. - Inquire on the premises. $60 per month. 127-29 HOUSE— For rent, a large, pleasant . house, corner Dayton" and Virginia ays., and several desirable dwellings in other parts of the city. Apply to St. Paul Trust Co., 157 East Fourth st. 121-127 HOUSE— Furnished house for rent %on Dayton - ay. near Western ay. large yard," good barn. Smith & Taylor, 333 Robert st. _, . 121127 HOUSE— house; ten rooms. 388 Sherman St., near Pleasant aye.. four blocks from Seven Corners: . - 125-128 HOUSE— Nine rooms, city water, sewer, bath, cellar, attic, woodshed; . house, 338 Martin St., $35. House, six rooms, 518 Farrington ay., hard and soft water, barn, $16. Wm. A. Maxwell, 12 Gilfillan Block, or 338 Martin St. 123-129 HOUSE of seven rooms, all modern im provements, at 710 St. Peter. Apply 712 St. Peter. Rent, $40. 127-128 HOUSE ot ten rooms: all modern improve "-" ments: corner Central ay. and St. Peter. Apply 712 St. Peter. Rent, $40. 127123 HOUSE— For rent, two-story dwelling. No. 542 and 544 ■ Sibley st. ; modern con veniences. Apply 272 Jackson st, William Constans. 127-33 HOUSE— For rent, new nine-room house, all modern improvements. No. 311 South Franklin st. ' For particulars inquire of Stephen Burns, Market House restaurant. 122-131 . ■.'.-'. HOUSES— For rent, ten-room house, mod . em improvements, corner Western and Laurel ayes. ; four-room house, No. 963 East Seventh st. Sargent, Meacham & Co.; 30 East Fourth st. 127-131 HOUSES— For rent upper town, dwelling • houses. Nos. 80 and 84^ Summit aye, between Rice and St. Peter sts. Harvey Officer, 157 East Fourth st 116-129 HOUSE TO LET— Furnished house in Woodland Park, during June, July and August; reasonable price to good tenant with no small children. Apply to Oilman & Co., ' New York Life Insurance" Building. 125-31 HOUSE— rent an eight-room house at $25 a month. Furniture for sale. We rent rooms at good pay. Call and see at 547 Wabasha. 126-129 HOUSE— Eight-room house at Merriam Park. Charles N. Bell, 51 Gilfillan block, 126-127 ' Pnnfflc ar, d houses greet the eyes nuuillit 0 f ttie folks who advertise. ___»_>_____. CEDAR, 578— For rent, nicely furnished room with use of bath. - 122-128 OLONNADE APARTMENT BUlLD ing, corner of Tenth and St. Peter sts. ; single rooms to six-room .apartment; prices ranging from $H> to $75 per month; all pos sible modern conveniences; finest restaurant in the Northwest . conducted 'on European and American plans: location unsurpassed, both convenient and accessible; possession given May 1. Apply to Canby & Cathcart agents, southeast corner Third and Robert sts. . . ■ ; " 115-23 CORNER SEVENTH AND WABASHA • —For lent, nicely furnished room; over drugstore; first floor. Inquire room 13 or 15. 125-28 EAGLE ST., 146— Furnished rooms with i or without board. 22-28 EXCHANGE ST. 223 SOUTH,—Elegant ly furnished rooms: all modern conven iences ; reasonable to good parties. 124,* AIRFIELD AY.. 94. EAST— rooms for rent. Inquire of C. W. Youugman, 117 East Fourth st. ' 103* FLAT— For rent; 643 .2 Canada st; fur : nished complete for light housekeeping; ' furniture for sale; modern conveniences; call after 4 p. m. 125-127 FLAT— Convenient three-room flat; $13: :• complete for housekeeping; city water free; off Selby aye., near Summit. Apply 139 West Fifth. ■ 127-29 FLAT— 156 West Ninth St.— Eight-room flat, ground floor; hot water connec tions, bath room etc. 127 FLAT— flat corner Dale and Asn land ay. Inquire of F. J. Riley. Drake Block. 125-131 FLAT — , rent, -six-room flat over 175 : East Seventh. James I. Jellett, 34 East Third. . ..."-. , 125-23 FLAT rent, ' rive-room flat, 567 Broadway. --Inquire 507 Wabasha st' .' OURTH ST., 14, WEST — Furnished.: rooms; steam heat Hotel Brunswick.". :-: 365* . FRANKLIN ST., 351— For lent, one large furnished room ; one block from Rice park. .'•'..' 125-127 IGLEHART ST., 119— Rooms pleasantly ' furnished ; all modern " conveniences; board if desired. .123-29 MARION ST., 531, BETWEEN ELLEN . and Charles sts.— For rent, five rooms with water and use of bath: up stairs. 125-27 INTH St, 166, WEST, THIRD Flat— Pleasant' furnished room, with closet; modern conveniences;- rent reason- able. . 127-29 OAK ST.. 246— Furnished or urnisbed ..rooms, single or en suite; use of bath: board if desired. 125-27 PLEASANT A Y., 179— Handsomely fur - nished rooms, single and en suite ; all modern conveniences ; bath, gas, etc. - 127 ICE ST., 299— Corner of Iglehart— Three large, .well-furnished rooms: first and second floor front: singly or together; two connecting: rent cheap. ■ - 125 OBERT ST., 600— rent, furnished rooms, with or without board. 127-29 SEVENTH EAST, OVER 188— Three _) pleasant rooms, third floor; suitable for light housekeeping. 125-27 ROOMS— desirable suit of rooms, corner Fourth and Market, overlooking Rice park: rent moderate, i Apply to H. Dou gan, 229 East Thirteenth st. - * 123* ROOMS — For rent, four newly finished rooms, with all conveniences. Apply at 232 Carroll st. 126-23 SIXTH ST., 26, EAST— rent, one mi ■ furnished room.' " ■ . 127 EVENTH ST., 151 AND 153, EAST, Room 4— Nice, large, newly refitted fur-: nished -or unfurnished : rooms to rent : by week or month. 125-128 SELBY AY., 676— Furnished rooms to rent; cable cars pass the door; suite or single. 122-27 SELBY AY., 262— St. George—Beauti ful furnished and unfurnished rooms, single or en suite; every convenience; cable cars pass door: references required. .113* RNTH ST., 205, EAST— Pleasant fur .;nished room, suitable for two gentle-, men: centrally located. . 127-23 TENTH •_ ST., . > 286 : EAST— Doors - from Canada— Furnished front rooms, en suite or single gas and bath. 127-129 : TWELFTH ST., 63. EAST— Two neatly furnished rooms for gentlemen or ladies.. .:-•.' ■-:■■■. - 126-127 UNIVERSITY , AY., 165— unfur '. nished rooms with alcove.for rent; near: Rice st. ';-...■-• J 127-30 WABASHA ST., 473— Nicely. furnished rooms to rent by day, week or month ; j open any time. _ - ■■■•'' . .-.-'•: "■ ■ ". ' ' 94-131 WABASHA, 1 CORNER TENTH . SI.. r : Over Drug Store— Rooms for rent, fur nished and unfurnished. 125-131 WABASHA ST.. 574— Nicely : furnished .' room-, with ; modern 1 conveniences; cheap; near business portion of the city. _ -.■-.'. 125-131 • • - / /io/ and found ads. in tbe Globe arc seen . *■"* .by the most people. . ; ; ' '■ '. .: '■ FOR RENT. '''■'.''. . '... I_o_iii_-- Continued., , WASHINGTON ST., 373, NORTH— Near Rice Park— Rooms, furnished or •unfurnished.' •. ,125-127 WESTMINSTER ST., 535— Two hand . somely furnished second-story front rooms. , ... ■..:.-::■■ 12528 WILKIINS .ST., 22 — Large furnished front room, with alcove; modern con veniences. "... ...:•■ : '125-27 '.•>. Mores. «. — — — — GROCERY STORK-501 Edmund St.— A grocery store, with fixtures ' and large cellar; rent cheap. Call from 6to 7 o'clock, evenings.; .. ,:■ - 123-27 STOKE— Dale and Ashland ay.; a IO good location for a grocery . store. In quire of F. .1. Riley, Drake Block. 12.. 131 TORES. 31 and 167 East Seventh; store 448 Jackson. : James I. Jellett, 34 East Third. 125-28 STORE, 244 East Seventh st. James I. Jellett. room 14. chamber of commerce. _ ■>■._■■•• 125-28 STOKE for tent, at 94 East Fairfield ay. 0. . Inquire of . U. W. Youngman, 17 East Fourth st. .■■;• ;■ . 103* '..-■..•,' Offices. ESK ROOM for rent, 94' East Fourth|st. HubbellA Bishop. : 127-129 DESK ROOM— In elegant office, with bay window, on Fourth st. ; light and jani tor service included. Address A. N. G. Globe. 125-31 - DESK ROOM— Chean; corner Third and U Jackson, Room 5. Hale block. 125-131 OFFICE— rent, one-half of best office in Chamber of Commerce; directly in front of elevator. Apply at Room 32. ' - 125-127 "" L_____4_s-l__l_-_MttM £"„ body looks in SUNDAY'S GLOBE for f-vci "goons to Let." MISCELI_AIfEOUS. CAB LlNE— William Barleau. office 283 > Sibley St. : open night and day. Tele phone call, 1199-3. . -. 120-150 MRS. ELLIOTT, agent for the Follett Dress and Sleeve system, has removed from 24 Mannheimer block to 388 Washing ton st, near city hall; patterns cut to meas ure ; fit guaranteed or money refunded. : 125-127 PIANO TUNING : a .first-class work • guaranteed. Samuel £. Crutchett, 19 East Ninth st. 120-148 TAKE NOTICE— The Capitol Shirt Fac tory is now located at 108 East Seventh st. D. Mayer, proprietor. 124-30 THE PLACE TO GET CARPETS cleaned promptly and at moderate ex pense is at the William Helps Carpet Clean ing works. 580 Robert st. : telephone, 849-5. Try him and you will be well satisfied. " 125127 ■ WANTED— Men, women and children to save money by sending 25 cents for a package of the Bristol Ink Powder, from which a quart of jet black ink can be made; six times tne quantity procured in any other way. Bristol Mfg. Co., Philadelphia; Pa. 125-27 P____r_/ bodv looks la DAY'S GLOBE fo __. vciy. -'Rooms to Let.' FOR SALE. CARPET- For sale. 22 yards of Brussels carpet, cheap. 164 Plato ay. 127 28 FURNITURE— sale, forty-five yards . Brussels Carpet, one Mobair Plush Sofa and Patent Rocker. Call at 669 Wabasha st. 127-129 , •■-■■- RANGE— sale.Peninsular made range, with hot water connections; nearly new: will sell cheap. Address T No. 26, Globe. ' ■ ■ 127 STAMPS— For sale, a collection of two thousand rare U. S. and foreign stamps, in Scott's International Album, or would ex change for good bicycle. H. Hineman, 510 Colonnade, St. Peter and Tenth sts. 127 TORE FIXTURES— Tbe finest store fix tures in ; the city tor . one-fourth their value. Apply to Cox Bros., 27 East Seventh st. St Paul. ' ■ : 125-127 STOVES— For rent, gasoline stoves at $5 for the summer. Prudeu, Stove com pany, warehouse Third and John sts. 1 23-29 STOVES AND RANGES for sale at un .' equaled advantages; also complete line of gasoline stoves. Pruden Stove com pany, warehouse 389 East Third st. 123-51 Thneo who advertise in Sunday's Globe 1 //OS say ; t p a y S the best. LOST ANP FOUNP. CLOTHES LOST— A bundle of clothes; finder will please return the same to 578 Marion st, and receive liberal reward. ■ 127-29 ,■--•.■ ■ CiOW STRAYED— A red and white cow, ' spotted on belly; any information please leave at 161 Nina ay., and receive reward. 127-33 CiOW FOUND— A red cow, four years old, ' blind in one eye ; white spot in fore head. Owner will call at 917 Point Douglass and claim property. . . "125-127 ORSES LOST— horses, one brown and the other black; the black a little stiff In the hind leg: return to Peter Cloutier, corner Como aye. and Ellen st j and receive reward. 125131 PUP LOST— Liberal reward offered for black Newfoundland pup, wearing col lar with W. K. Marshall's name and address, 1729 Eleventh aye. south. Minneapolis. Re turn to W. E. Magraw. 63 College aye. west 125-127 - WASTED TO RENT. HOUSE— Wanted, small house: at once; good pay; yard and good repair essen tial. Address' X 51, Globe. ' 127 ROOMS— Wanted, three or four unfur nished rooms for housekeeping; state price. Address X 50. Globe. 127 ROOMS— Wanted to rent by Dr. Meade two rooms; centrally located. Address, ■ beforenoon. Phrenologist. Globe. 127 WE KENT HOUSES, STORES, FLATS, . BUILDINGS, AND COLLECT RENTS QUICK. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY, GILFILLAN BLOCK. 122-151 O n Many "Want" ads in Sunday's Globe ** .' prove that It brings the best results. :■::. ________________ DRESSMAKER— experienced dress - maker wishes more work in families; good fit guaranteed. Address F., 173 St. Anthony ay. • ■.•.;.. 3 IMPORTANT TO DRESSMAKERS— School of dress cutting opened at ■24 Mannheimer block; Prof. J. W. Livingston's celebrated system; the French combination of squares. C. E. Smith, general agent -..-..';■'. 118-147 : MRS. ANDERSON has opened dress making rooms at 432 Dayton ay., and is prepared to do all kinds ' f work for ladies. ■ . : . - - 125-127 PERSONALS. ! LADIES of St Paul, . you can get your hats dyed, bleached and reshaped iii St. Paul come and see for yourselves;, ostrich feathers dyed to match dress trimming by the only experts in the city. Hayes, 30Vi Third. . . • - ,125* ... v. ■ ■-■ ■-- MRS. REIS, fortune teller, tells past present and future; tells deepest secrets of the heart, shows bride and groom by the magic mirror; satisfaction' guaranteed. No. 28 East Seventh st. : side entrance. 114-43 WANTEP TO BUY. ~~ COUNTERS— Wanted, one 12 and one 10 --foot counter. Address or call at 327 West Seventh at. * .. 127 / i AS PlPE— Wanted, 1.5"0 feet of inch VI gas pipe second-handed. Address with price, T. Katt South Park, Minn. 127-28 ; WANTED TO BUY— A fine large safe; will exchange small safe and cash for what we want; must be- late make and in prime condition. Oilman & Co., New York Life Insurance Building. 125-31 INSTRUCTION. SHORTHAND— standard system; lessons day. evening or by mail; send for circu lars. Miss J. D. Hess. Union block. 34* T. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC 26 East Exchange St.— Lessons given on Piano, Organ, Guitar, Violin and Mandolin ; , hours arranged to suit pupils. : For terms call or address the Superioress. 16** . DYE WORKS. DL. JAMIESON . _& CO.'S Steam Dye • Works— Gents' clothing a specialty. At 14 West Sixth St.. St Paul. Minn. 134* FJ. ROCHEX, N. W. Steam Dye Works; • office 416 Robert st, Ryan block; works" 55 and 57 Indiana ay. 264* ■ STORE ASP BAR FIXTURES. NEW AND SECOND HAND SALOON fixtures, ice ; boxes, mirrors, ' pool and billiard tables, counters and shelving. ", 217 , First ay. v., Minneapolis. 76* 7 7TH ST. DIRECTORY. ART STORES. JAMES F. ANGELL, successor to Blakemore & Angcll, 21 E. 7th st Pictures framed. BOOTS AI-D SHOES. ~" . J. 11. HILLEN. 67 East Seventh. CHIROPODIST. , ' W. 11. LOCKWOOD, 233 East Seventh st. * CICiARS ANP TOBACCO. T. ROWLES, 225 West Seventh. CLOTHINfe. "~ MAX STROUSK, 183 West Seventh st, Seven corners. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ' BAKER & SUTHERLAND.949 Eleventh st COAf- A_»P MOOD. ' HOLMES Fuel & Supply Co.. Seven corners. PIONEER FUEL CO.. 209 East Seventh. CONFECTIONERY. 31ACK CAN KITCHEN, 100 E. Seventh. _ _________ . pruc:s. ' — — ■ ' — •*) S. H. REEVES, Seven corners. — ■■.■■—. - mmm* PENTISTS. * DR. W. D. GREEN.' Corner 7th __ Pine Sts. PRY COOPS. ' ~ ~ HABIGHORST __ CO., " 233, 235 & 237 Seventh, corner Wacouta. COX BROS. & CO., N. Y. Store. 29 E. 7th. FI,ORIST. . WM. KING, 479 East Seventh. * =i --_. FURNITURE Mm CARPETS, -» G. F. BENEDICT, 176 West Seventh. . =i , FURS. . CHAS. E. DANNEBERG, ~~* t 208 to 212 East Seventh. > 1 _ CAS FIXTURES. - < J.J. DUNNIGAN, 220 East Seventh. ~" •- GROCERIES. 'i '■ : . .•.:. MICUAL'D BROS . ~ ~" ™* Corner Seventh and Wabasha streets. HOTELS. i GRAND CENTRAL, opp. Newmarket thea. ter, cor. 7th and Wabasha; rates, $1.50 and. $2: special rates to traveling companies and permanent guests. J.L. Sauvlnet Pro.' WINSLOW HOUSE, WiII Bros., Seven corners • =3 INSTALLMENT HOUSES. y G. F. BENEDICT. 176 West Seventh. f 5 * JEWELRY. A BOCKSTRUCK & LEE. 11 East Seventh. STAHL & MARTIN, 49 East Seventh. REED. THE JEWELER. 192 E. 7th. =1 JEWELRY _fc PAWNBROKER! L. S. WELLER, 116 East Seventh street. ' ■ EI VERY AMP SALE STA _BE_rf ABBEY & SCHUTTE, Seven corners. V 1 _ MUSIC HOUSES. J ANDREW PETERSON, 418 East Seventh? PHOTOGRAPHERS, j S. M. TAYLOR, 134 W. 7th. ChUdreu'sJpict. ■ ores, pastel and crayon portraits a specialty? PLUMPING ANP~f»AS FITTING^ J. J. DUNNIGAN, 22 » East Seventh. « I BANCES ANP FURNACES. _ SHANDREW &. PEETER. IS3 E Seventh st? REAL ESTATE. ~ ~J, L. T. STENSGAARD, 205 East Seventh. / L. W. BUZZELL & CO., 976 E. Seventh st. STOVE REPAIRS. ;« AMERICAN STOVE REPAIR WORKS, ISB West Seventh, Seven corners. ~3 VETERINARY PENTIST. 1 S.BOWMAN. Seven Comers Liver. . \ 1 " ; - ' -____! . Sale of State Li an STATE OF MINNESOTA. LAND OFFICE, '» St. Paul, March 12, 1889. f, Notice is hereby given that public auction sales of State Lands will be held by the Com missioner of the State Land. Office, as fol* lows, to wit:'-r___3o*B—___BJs__ < Places of j Counties. Sale. Dates of Sale. | ■ ' . Aitkin Aitkin Tuesday, June 18, 10 a. in . ' Big Stone... Ortonville... Tuesday. June 4, 10 a. m _.• 8ent0n..... Sauk Rapids Saturday, May 25, 2 p. m.. _ Becker Detroit Tuesday. May 23» 10 a. "m.. .". _. Brown„.;.. New dm Thursday, May 23,' I 10 a. m Chippewa . Montevideo.. Wednesday, June 5. 10 a. m..... ..• Cottonwood Wiudom .... Thursday, May 16» 10a. m • Jackson.... Jackson..... Wednesday, May. 15, 10 a. in . Kanabec Mora Tuesday, June 11, 10a. m -■ Ly0n....... Marshall Monday, May 20, 10a. in Martin Fairmont.:.. Tuesday, May 14, 10a.m.: .> MilleLacs.. Princeton.... Wednesday, Juoa 12, 10a. m Morrison... Little Falls.. Wednesday. May • ' 29. 10 a. m ..'... i Murray Currie ..Tuesday. May 21, J ius.ni .... ,' Noble Worthington Friday, May 17,, 10 ' . a. m •.; Pine........ Pine City Monday, June 10,' ' ~ - ' ; ' " 10 a. m. ........ 1 Pope.. Glen wood.;. Friday, May 31, I 10a.m..... .'...! Redwood... Redwood Wednesday,; May Falls I 22, 10 a." in...... 1 Swift Benson -Saturday. June I,' 10 a.m........:.; Steams..... St. C10ud.... Saturday, May 25, • 10 a.m.-....;....; Todd Long Prairie Thursday. May 30, I 10 a. m ■...'..... terms OF sale: Fifteen cent of the purchase money and interest at the rate of 5 per cent per an num ou the balance, from the day of sale to ; the Ist day of June, 18S9, will be required' on the day of sale. On timber lands an amount equal to the value of the timber will be required in addition to the 15. per cent r Interest on the unpaid - purchase money at j the rate of 5 per cent per annum in advance becomes due on the Ist day of June, or with*' in six days thereafter, in each year. Upon a' failure to par interest when due,' the lauds revert to the state without further notice or process, and will again be offered 1 at public sale, unless the amount of interest due is previously paid, with penalty at the rate of 12 per cent per annum. No lands can be sold at less than the appraisal, which can. not be less than $5 per acre. ■ . W. W. BRA DEN. Commissioner of the State Land Othce. OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY. OF __ Ramsey— ss. In District Court, Second Judicial District ' ■In the matter of the ; assignment of Cordy Edwards, insolvent : Upon reading and filing the petition of M. E. Host, assignee of the above-named insol. vent setting forth that some of the creditor^ of said insolvent have not. as yet, proved up their claims or filed their releases, ns provided for by law, and the statement of all the cred itors "that have, filed their claims and re leases, and of the amount received from the sale of property of said insolvent, and ex penses paid and incurred therein, and asking that an order should be made allowing ana approving of the account of said assignee,' ana requi ring said creditors ' who have not proved their claims to file said claims and re leases within a certain time and releasing said assignee of any further duties, liabilities or obligations under said assignment after paying to such creditors as may be entitled thereto, dividends from the estate; Now.it is ordered, that on or before May 31st, 1889, the creditors of said Insolvent shall file with said assignee, at his office at No. 122 East Third street, St Paul, Minn., a verified statement of . their respective claims, and with the clerk of said court releases as pro vided by law, and in case ot their failure so to do they shall be forever barred from par ticipating in the proceeds ot -hid assigned estate. And it is further ordered, that the creditors of said estate, and all persons interested, shall appear at a special ' term of court to be held on the Ist day of June, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., and show cause, .if. any. why the account of said assignee be not allowed and said assignee should not be discharged from any further liabilities, duties or obliga tions under said assignment. ", - And, It is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published in the St. Paul Daily Globe, once a week, for three : consecutive weeks, and a copy thereof served by mull - upon all . the : creditors of said - insolvent . within six days from the date of this order. / Dated April 27th, 1889. HASCAL R. BRILL, Judge. . «■* ... _ results, largest circulation and •MJ A\T most advantageous rates are lIfT.X # given by the Globe, the Steal ■*** ■*. mm ' * "Want" medium.