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ASs Cannot Wfther Nor CUstonn StaTa the Value of Globe Want Adlets
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Males.
AGENTS — once, in all unoccupied ter
ritory in Minnesota, reliable men of
push to represent the Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association of New York. The leading
natural premium company in the wcrld.
pest security, lowest rates and most liberal
policy. Liberal contracts to good men. ; Ad
dress J. J. Hamilton &Co , til National (ier
man-Ainericaii Bank Building. St. Paul.
AGENT— Wanted, a reliable party for c*n
eral agent for one of the best accident
Indemnity ccmpauics doing businebs. .-vd
flress E Si"). Globe.
AGENTS for Bankers' Mutual Aid A.-so
ciation; casiist plan In state to work.
D. T. McNauphton. - Secretary, . Germania
Bank Buildin<;. St. Paul.
AGENTS WANTED— Energf.ir - ;\ r.u I i
women guaranteed pc inane i. '■•■■■>■■ ;
making business introducing Me rill-" 1.
'laving invention: $00 weekly pr % i3i!e.j : -rly c* \
600 monthly otherwise: s; sample* tr- - '. -.<•
flrtss, with stamp. Merrill .unnufaci jr::i.;'!
Company. A 159, Chicago. '
A YOUNG MAN wanted for lUrbt ehr.rtt
in smnll family for the winter, and to at- i
lend school, y 95. Gloi>e. . \
BAKHEK- Wanted, white baiben first
class: steady job. Matthews & Huestis,
Box 606. Fergus Falls. Minn.
B.\ Kin — Wanted, barber; a young man
with about six months' experience; $7
• per week. 311 University ay.
BARBER wanted at Frank Bane's. 10-' East
Fourth st.
— WANTED — Salesmen on salary orcora- i
mission to handle the New Patent '■
Chemical Ink-Bracing Pencil: the greatest
felling novelty ever produced : erases ink
thoroughly in "two seconds; no abrasion of
paper: 2to to ''*' i>er cent profit: one Brent's
sales amounted to Sl-0 in six days: another
St'in two hours; we want one energetic gen
era] agent in each Mnto Bud territory. For
terms and full particulars addicts The Mon
roe Eraser Mfg. Co.. La CroEse, Wis X 4.
BEAN BAREK WANTED— A man who
thoroughly onderstands linking beans,
Boston style, may hear of a situation by ad
lressing L' 94, Globe. '
BOTTLE WASHERS— Boys wanted to
wash bottles at the Drewrv Brewing and
Bottling Comi'iiny. 704 Payne ay._
ELL BOYS— bell boys at the
Clarendon hotel.
BOYS AND I Wanted, boys and
girls for amateur theatrical comuany
for short trip. Address Z 58, Globe.
BOY — Wanted, a strong boy to drive de
livery wagon for commission house.
. 4'J East Sixth.
BOY — Wanted, boy fifteen years old at
paper box factory, 75 East Fifth st.
BLACK Til— Wanted, general black
smith: good wages. c. Ilenry.Meuaolu.
ilinn.
BDTCHKK— Wanted, firsi-clnss fill -around
butcher and sausagtniHker. i->eiman pr.—
ferred, logo to Sioux Falls-, S. I), 'liii.-isa
;ood chance for a good mail. Aiiply a! i\'»'-h
--ler & Hiiirichs'. Kast Sixth and V> »■'■■ i:tn -ts.
f URKIAGK I'AJ \ ■ ..i£- V. .- i.-d. m i ar
|-/ riage painter .who thnrouv.hl under
(tands his wore Hubert Warriiigton, r><2
Belbyav.
DRiVKK wanted breunau's L.very.
482 st Peter.
ENGINEER— Wanted, a rus<l v man to
attend a steam boiler aim iaase .liii
leif generally useful. Apply 7t'4 Payne •»".
pKNERAL AiiE>T— $1 per nay net;
>J household necessHie>>: carpenters 1 best
friend: agents wanted in all cities and coun
iry towns. World Aaency <'nui)>ai>y. Koom
rs 187 La Salle st., Chicago.' lll.
HOSTLER— Wanted, a steady young n.au
as hostler in hotel barn: lhrht work.
Kddress 11. 11. Bissell, Cannon Falls, Minn.
II OSTLER wanted nt iSb Selby ay.
HOK» . uAIMSH i.i.ATr«-A person
• liaving experience in operating a
horseradish-grating machine may apply to
Ycrxß Bros. & Co., Seventh and Cedar.
PANT-.V.AKKR and a bushclman want
ed at once. 140 West Seventh st.
QUARRYMEN — Wanted, twenty-five
qiiHrrymen at west end Grand ay. Fa
gan Bros. '• _■?__
SALESMEN lo seil full line of new ofMce
and merchants 1 specialties; big com
: missions; £100 a month: good sellers: mer
chants use them daily; fine side lines; ex
. elusive territory; inclo.se stamp. Model Mfg.
Co.. South Bb:k1. liid.
SALESMEN : WANT I- 1) — Two or three
more Orst-elass men to handle the best
line oi insiallment goods in ihe Northwest;
big pay to right men. W. A. Edwards, 81
West Third si.. St. Paul. Minn.
SHADE MAKKK— an cxi.en
enced sliaae maker at once. Permanent
position, c. O. ltice & Company.
SOLiCITOK>— Men ot energy ana tact to
»J tolicit forUfinkerb' Life Abiociiition of
t-t. laul. Salary cr gunioincc rt- preferred
Addict C. E. Eecor St. Paul. Minii.
STOKE WORK— Wanted, an active young
man about eighteen year* old for gen
eral store work. Smith & Fnrwell Company,
40aand411 Jackson st. • .
S'l KNOGIiAI'HI furnished wi:h posi-
O lions and Vjis-ir.cFs bonces supplied with
rut clioigc to either jmrtv. A; ply to Wyckoff,
tcnmiuiß & l. : ti.ctiicr 14 Lastl ouithet.; tel
ephone 4%.
AILOI* — Wanted, one first-class tailor
-L Apply at llt> West Third st. Mrs. Geo.
F. Hall.
TAILOR— Wanted, good coaimaker. A,
ply James McCallum. jlerchaut Tailor.
Staples, Minn.
TEAMSTERS WANTED- City delivery
work. Apply nt once, Griggs Bros.'
Warehouse "IS," West side.
fTMNNKRS— Wanted. two tinners at once;
X one first-class: one only ordinary. Apply
to Fan oil. OzmiJii. Kirk & Co.
PINNEIJH— Three tumors wanted imme-
X dialely by H. Heisel «>: Co., Stillw..ter,
Minn.
ri^EAMSTER— a man to work in
X store and drive team. 93 East Fifth st.
11, AMhU- For the United States Army—
VV Able-bodied, unmarried men between
the ages of iwi'iity one and thirty ypars; good
pay, rations, clothing and medical attend
ance: applicant* must be prepared to fur
nish satisfactory evidence as to ago cha: c
ter and habits. Apply at Koom 207, No. 34
Eiist Sovei;!h St., hi. Paul. Minn.
I\J U— Young men and ladies to
'» . :i,-:' lelcgraphv. shorthand, bookkeep
ing ana ijpewritiiig: can make board, 'ilobe
Business College, Eudicolt Building:
\"I/"O(»D CARVER— Wanted, one wood
VV carver Apply lit St. Paul Furniture
company, 104 West Fif st.
*)C\(\ MEN and thirty teams wanted on
&\J\J Sims and Union st;-. and county
load; work all fall. H. C. Iluebner, con
tractor. BBW~g
C 1 (\ PKB WKKK and expenses to male
• '$*-x\J and female workers, to act as resi
dent salesmen for a com] any manufacturing
poods wanted in every household; perma
nent, profitable work; terms aud circulars
freD. Address Electro-Kovelty Company, 40
&.mory St., Boston. Haas.
PStfCSOJKAJLS.
AN i.l'KKillT I'IANO, little used, f t r
pale very cheap, as owner Intends
rhsnping hir residdnce. Address W KJ,
(Unite.
An*: YOU IN TKOUBLIC? If so. con
snlt Jime. Fna Walker, life reader, who
rives resume of past, present and future;
:adics. 50 cents; gentlemen, SI; correspond
•nce promptly answered. Parlors, No. 640
A abasba.
EMMA TIIORSON. I'KOI-';:SSIONAL
Massnglst— Also gives Turkish baths.
Office in 115 .Moore Block. Seven corners.
MAUD < I.AIK— and Swedish
inovcn'Ciu at Capital block, Room 15,
• Tenth cud Wabasha; prices reasonable.
I\/I US. katic lIO.SKINS, psychometric
LiJL reader and trance medium. 225VJ West
■' Seventh st., St. Paul. • ■
|Y| K»i M A. 'I VSBMS.V. 223 £ H st Eichth st.
L» L Magnetic mid massage treatment for
- paralytic rheumatism and nervous diseases.
- Lltirvoynut reader. Call a a. m. to ? p.- m.
RETURNED— Mine. Teitsworth, clairvoy
l\ ant. business . test medlam; sixteen
roars' practice . C L Paul. 507. Wabnsha st
SAM BERGMAN'S cousin to send her
address to i.. 11. W., care Globe, Minao-
Bpolis. ■ .-
IJXSTKt;C!TIOyS."
ST. AGATHA'S ACIOEJIV <».'•' M L'SIC
and "Art. 'X Easl Exch tnge St., St. Paul—
' Piano, violin, jjiiitarmict mandolin- taught.
- Lessens given in drawing and painting: Call
' •i tend for prospectus.
SITUATIONS OFFr>ICEI>
Fein til cm.
A— BERTRAM'S INTELLIGENCE
• Office— Free of charge for situations.
57 East Seventh.
A CT ESS KS— Wanted, three ; actresses to
-TV travel West with .'good company; not
very much experience required. Address Box
If!). Valley City, N. D.
AT LARPENTEUK'S-Best of situations
-f\ for girls, free; especial attention paid to
girls unacquainted with city or unable to
speak the English language. 51 West Ex
change st. :
BAN Bangs cut and curled. 15 cents.
Bon-Ton Hair Parlors, 424 Wabasha,
corner Seventh.
C^LKKK— Wanted, girl to attend to candy
v • mid fruit store. 40:U_ Wabasha st.
"•■•—Wanted, a competent cook. 444
v.' Laurel ay. .....
.' '<><IK AND HOUSEMAlD— Competent
•-i ok and trained housemaid in family
: _f iw. Apply 550 Holly ay. >■'■'■
D--H SSMAKKR— Wanted, plain dress
-* ' maker; |)iso two young girls for learn
ing. :.su Selby. Millinery and Dressmaker.
HOI S«WOHK- Wanted, a competent
gill for general ' housework. Apply at
once at 40". Ashland ay.
HOUSEWORK — Wanted, good- girl for
general housework: must be able to
rook: two in family. Call at 620 St. Peter st.
HOUSEWORK — Good girl for general
housework in family of four adults;
I must be a good plain cook. 2f-3 Dayton ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good erman
girl for general housework. 1013 Karl st.
HOUSKWOIiK— Wanted, girl for general
hou-ci ■ '"-k in small family; no wash
ing. Apj-lx at 5 Western ay. ,'.-.' ' '
Housework — Wanted at once, good
cirl for general housework; small fami
ly; e;isy place. 502 -Marshall ay.
OUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for gen
ernl housework; small family. 699 Da
yton ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
general housework: good wages. Ap
ply 167 Nina ay.
II OUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
11 housework: good, plain cook; large
wipes. 501 Holly ay. .
HOUSEWORK— for general' house
-11 work. 5.")3 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK— competent girl
•tx for general housework in small family
to go to West Superior. Inquire at 64 Sum
mit ay. . l ; ■ -. :
HOUSEWOHK— a competent
girl for second work. Apply at 129
Western ay. after l p. m.
KITCHEN — Wanted, a girl to do
V kitchen work. Call at No. 320 East
Six;.'). ; .
■jVrriJSE— Wanted, c girl from twelve to
1* seventeen years, as nurse girl. So.
17.) Fourteenth at ■ ■ . .■
rO'cißsK OllfL— WanteJ, an experienced
LI nurse girl; references required. ."Mrs.
li. Van Ellemeet 200 Laurel ■■-. ■■
m riTCHKKS and table girls wanted. Co-
JKinbiau Snoe Company, Fifth and Min
nesota -H-i., fourth floor. . ■•'-'+?. ■
TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS. Great
Falls. Mont.. 525. Douglass' intelligence
Agency, 35 Kast seventh.
% I; ASHERWOMAN— Wanted, a woman
VV to wnth and iron Mondays and Tues
days at 5 Crocus hill.
WASHERWOMAN— Wanted, a washer
woman for two days per week. Apply
at 631 Dayton ay. ~a~gß_^?__j
WANTED- Good girls, at once for all
• V kinds of housework; places free. Scan
dinavian Intelligence Office, corner Tenth
ana Klbley.
A/ ) GIIILS wanted at 27 East Seventh st.
*J\J IntelligcncoOfrice. ■^
SUNDAY GLOBE
Publishes All
Wants.
Let
every l»o«ly .
know jour
wants through
ilicSuiulay <ilobe -
llttd somebody will
, surely be able to sup
ply them, and it' you
liave aii}'thiiiK you do
not ant, let everybody
liiiov it tlirocigli t7»e CSlobe
M'unt Columns, and some
body Mill surely be found
■who does want it. "If you see
it in tlie AVnnt rolnmns of the
l iiobe, it is surely so," and no
one who ever tried them
failed to reeeire what lie
did liant. or failed to dis
pose of what It v did not
want. Everything that
you desire can be se
cured by the use of
C>lobe Wants. Any- •'■"'■
thin;; may be dis
posed of by the '■
judicious use
- of the Globe
Wants.
The
Popular
Want Medium.
i
FOIS SALE.
BENKTOLKNT and relief societies will
find Burton's, 04 Bast Seventh n., the
I best place to buy second-hand clothing.
Li KNACK— For sale cheap, a large fur
nace in good condition. Call at 35 Irvine
Park. . . ■
SHOWCASE— sale, aC by 2>,3 second-
O hand square showcase. Inquire 107 Aic-
Boal st. . . I
STOCK — Three-rnonins' llolsteiu calf,
O "Prince Junior;" one five-year-old cow;
one mare In fcal by "Flock Master,"' with
four-moi ths filly by her side: will take heavy
work horse?, bay, grain, waeous, wood or
coal. 21 ■* South'! St., Minneapolis. '
HOUSES AKI> CAKRIAGES.
A CARLOAD of extra heavy draught and
some single driving horses, Minnesota
bred, and ill Dyoung and sound and right out
of work, for sale at HI Chicago av.,West Side.
I^Oit SALK — Ono fine carriage horse,
- weight 1,2u0 lbs.; one good driver and
j one Camily mare. 551 Broadway.
I GOOD four-year-old pony for sale. In-
VJ quire at 517 University ay.
LIVEItY«KN — Black hearse for sale,
full size; in lirst-class order; emblems
co-.npk-te. Allen »<: Co.. 180 Enst !;ixth st.
OYE WORKS.
FJ. ROCIUCX, N. \v. Steam Dye Works
«- • office 41C Robert St., liyan block works,
•'. a:id 5? Indiana ay. -
7 AMISOIf * CO, New York Steam Dye
«> Works; ladies' and gents' clothing a
► pecialty. 14 West Sixth 81.
KAHLERX & JI'MKL, Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. .44 East Seventh,
ST. I'AUL STEAM DYE WORKS—Es
•f Wished 1856— C. Kahlert, proprietor:
artistic cleaning of Indies' and gentlemen's
garments. 128 West Third sf
COST ASP Fn\ 3iH. . ! : *
DOG LOST— An Irish setter dog;- heavy
set; a liberal reward will be paid for
his return to H, J. Rank, *J39 Carson st.
OIUITING BOOK LOST— G. W. Cahoon
I O wholesale and retail Hto"ef< and tinware
10 and 12 East Third st. ;:. lost in vicinity of
Seven corners; finder will be liberally re
wardcl by leaving same at store. ■■ .-• . .
~~ ~ JIUSICAI..;: -;. .-.,,
PIANO TUNING— SI.SO- satisfaction
-i- anteed, Samuel K. Criuchett. Box 49£
| i*. Paul; refereucea..;,: ■.•;.•, „j., . .<; f. <■ ■-.
THIS OAIJVT F-O.UIJ UJ^rny. l±l_Oisl_; - TfHTRSDAT 2MOR]SnL_m, OCTOJB£rtt ;.- 6, 18&3
SITUATIONS WASTED. ,
. . . ltlnle. „ .;:./■.:- . r.
A YOUNG MAN wants any kind of inside
work; good references. V 89. Globe.
, A CCOUNTANT of high standing wants
x*. first-class engagement; head bookkeep
er," cashier, or other - responsible position;
good salary. Address J 98. Globe.
DAKTKNDKK-A first-class man, well
U known and best of reference. Address
KO7. Globe. . ' .-■ -. .
BOY who Has had fair education and un
derstands bookkeeping would like to get
work; can come recommended. Address 360
Yon Minden st. '- ■ - '. ■:'
BOYS FOR PLACES, places for boys; :
employment bureau for poor boys, tree.
Kewsboys' Club Room, 313 Wabasha st ;open
from 11 to Vi a. m.. and from 7 to 9 p. m.
DOORKEEPER of fifteen yenrs' experi-
JJ ence wants position. Address W. C,
60QI& Cedar st. ' ■ , \
KEEPER— Situarion wanted by
young man well acquainted with busi
ness; experience as bookkeeper or work of
any kind where there is a chance for advance
ment; the best of city references. Address
L 85. Globe. . .
DUTTKRMAKEK wants situation in
-D creamery; had two and a halt yeans' ex
perience; do not use tobacco or liquor; can
refer to last employer. Address L. 1).. 282
East Third. . _•-
C^LERK— Young man with five years' ex-
A— ' perience in clothing and general stores
wishes situation where ability and honesty
will be appreciated: speaks Scandinavian,
German and English: moderate salary ; best
of references. Address J. A. A., Box 30G, •
Grand Forks, N. D.
CLERK— Situation wanted by an expe
rienced grocery clerk (German); com-,
petent and reliable: first-cass references.
Address c 90, Globe. -
pOACHMAX- Situation wanted by a so
y-/ ber and steady young man as coachman,"
etc.; understands perfectly care for horses;
references given. Address Kelson, 072
Payne ay.
COLLECTOR— position wanted as collect
v^ or; have been in business four years in
city; am well acquainted with the trade: can
give good sranees. Address W. H. 8., 23
Central ay.
DAY OR NIGHT WORK, by a young
German; willing worker; can give best
of references. Address M. M.. 457 Wabasbast.
DRIVER— Young man would like position
as driver; understands the care or horses.
Address E P.. 85 Smith ay.
ENGINEER— Wanted; position as station
■l— ary engineer; have good papers and
recommendations; understand all kinds of
engines and steam heating. Address X 25,
Globe. Minneapolis.
ENGINEER— a position as engi-
J-« neer and steamfitter; No. I papers: best
of reference. B. 11. McCray, North St. Paul.
Minn.
EMPLOYMENT— Young man would like
-Li a situation in private family, or any
Kind of work, so that he can attend school
during winter; has not been long in this
country; is of Danish descent. Peter John
son. Hotel Norden, Sixth and Wncouta.
riRKHAX- Situation wanted as fireman
•A. by man of experience. Address T. -
Klingcr, 250 Thomas st. __
SALESMAN Dry goods salesman, experi
enced, capable and steady, wants a posl
tion for the country. Address X 01. Globe.
SHOE SHOP doing good business, estab
lished 18S5; reason for selling, ill health.
Address V PS. Globe. j
STENOGRAPHER — A stenographer !
*J would like a position: has had some ex
perience and is competent; salary no object.
Address B. W., 600^ Cedar st.
TRAVELER— Wanted, a position with a
grocery house to travel in Southern
Minnesota. References given. Address J.
Z. 8., Owatonna, Minn.
117 ATCH.MAN-l would like a situation
» » as a watchman and can give refer- ;
ence. Address F. Nupper, Merchants Hotel, -
City.
YOUNG MAN with seven years' experi
-I- ence in book business wants a position
as manager, salesman, office assistant cr
shipping clerk ; good references. A.M.Cooper,
542 Kobert st.
." &• cihulck.
CASHIER— Young lady wants work in an
■ ' office as cashier; quick nt figures and 1
good writer: city references. Address L., 193
' South Franklin.
CLERK— lady understanding type
writing and shorthand • and can write a
-good hand would like a position where Ehe
could clerk when not busy otherwise; salary
moderate: best of references. C luo, Globe.
COPYIST— lady eighteen years old,
and staying at home, would like a posi
tion either as copyist or address envelopes,
or in a doctor's office Address li. 11. P.,
No. 063 Coino ay.. St. Paul.
C COMPOSITOR— steady employ
*—' men t by lady com tor; five years'ex
perience. Address Miss K. T., 59 East Tenth
St., St. Paul, Minn.
DAY WORK— A girl would like to do auy
kind of work by the day. Please address
199V2 West Seventh st.
RKSSMAKER — reliable, with good
city references— wants sewing in fami
lies. Address 51 West Exchan c
DRESSMAKER— Competent dressmaker
*-> would like sewing in family; perfect
cut and fit. 237 Rondo, corner of Louis.
DRESSMAKER— Competent, wants sew
aJ ing in families; also children's clothes;
good reference. Call or address 3SB Smith
ay., Room 20.
DiiJSSSMAKKR wants work in family '
sewing; can give refeicnces if required.
. Call 421 Wabasha St., room 5.
HOI stWiiRK — Situation wanted as
housework by a neat German girl;
music teacher preferred. C. D.. Globe.
OOUSEKEEPERor head waitress; thir-
LJ teen years' experience. Address O. P.
M., Globe. • ' ■
HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a position as
-housekeeper by a middle-aged Amer
ican lady, for a widower; no objection to
child; am neat, steady and good house
keeper. Address Box 145, St. Paul Park,
Minn.
HOUSEWORK- Young girl wants ern^
i- J. ployment in family of two, or where
there is a baby ; good home more of an ob
ject thau wages. Address A Sd, Globe.
LJOUSEKEEPER — Wanted -.losition as
1-1 housekeeper by middle-aged widow, in
or out of city. Address P OS, Globe.
N'URSM — A competent and refined girl
wishes position as nurse for children I
(experienced), or as housemaid. Apply or ]
address Miss L., 318 Somerset st.
NU USE— Situation wanted as nurse
ladies' companion or maid, by a Freuch
lady, in family where the'- ran speck French;
best of references. Add <£ 97, Globe.
OFFICE WORK.— Young lady wants work
W in office, or clerk in store; good writer;
small salary. Address E.. 217 East Tenth st.
OFFICE WORK— A young girl would
like work el some kind in office; can do
shorthand at.d typewriting. Address C 93,
Globe.
OFFICE WOKK— Wanted, a position as
assistant bookkeeper, cashier o; office
work: have had experience, and can furnish
references. Address V 85, Globe.
OFFICE WOI!K-Yo,m, ; lady desires a
position to do office work, experience
more of an object than salary. Address O 90,
Globe.
OFFICE WOK 11— A young lady wishes
position in doctor's office. Please ad
dregg M. D. W.. 077 fct. Peter St.. St. Paul,
OF.CONI> GIRL— a competent girl wishes
*-J situation second work in private family
refereuces If required. Call at 73 A twitter st.
THREE WIDOWS, with and without
x child, like places as housekeepers Ber-
I tram's Intelligence Office. 57 East Seventh.
WASHING AIM IRONING wanted at
451 St. Peter.
WASHING AND IRONING wanted by
a lady to do at home. 225 East Four
teenth st., near Jackson.
\IT A.saii,G— a girl goes out by the day
** washing and ironing. Call or address
46 West Ninth.
WASTED TO REST.
noTTAG;:- a .mall, furnished
v cottage of three or four rooms, or name
number on first floor, suitable for light
housekeeping, near electric line. Address N
90, Globe. . . -
HOUSK— Wanted, furnished house, eight
■ rooms, centrally localled, : for winter;
answer- before 10 a. m. . Schram's Renting
Agency. Manhattan building. . : . ....'••
ACCOUNTANTS. ' ' .
H. M. TiIMPLE, 96 GermauU Life lasur
• ance Buildicg. .
■.".." FOB BENT. •■■--'•'.\::s 5.
THE COLONNADE
COR. TENTH and ST. PETER ST&, v
Is Most Favorably Located
With relation to the bimlnrMM dis- '
trict and car ltne«, and . combine*
all the conveniences or a vrell;apj
pointed hotel with the desirable
features of a private residence. j '
Rooms Single and En Suite,
Both Furnished and Unfurnished! j «
-i'?. 5 - And range in price front I * 1
$10 to $50 Per Month
FlfiST-CLASSTESTAURJItT
. • Run In connection with U»«> ;
>/: : .■, ■ • Fsi- r : -.- Building:. -'■ ' *:z\* : ;
Board, $5 Per Week.
;...;. THE,^JAIIIES & BATEIIAM v .
.: Renting Agency. > "
AGENTS FOR CAItE OF I'ROPERTT. '■
"-.^-.: : ■ : . . ESTATES MANAGED. • '
..' . . - .^: 145 EAST FOURTH ST. - ; . '
.-.-:,. I •;J.V>{>><-.t-*I©MSeS. . ■■. . ': . . .
ASHLANI) AY., 631— Nine large rooms,
. laundry, bath, cemented cellar, fine fur
nace; mantels, corner sideboard, gas, electric
■ bells, etc. Apply till Ashland. ..--.-: - ■■ •.-
HOUSES— For rent, a ten-room house on
. Ashland ; ay. for $5 r ', a thirteen-room
house on East Ninth st. for 545. two nine
room houses on 'Dayton ay. forgJO, a ' nine
room house on Dayton" for $35. i. nine-room
house on East Ninth st. tor 835, a seven-room
house on Dayton for &:(>. an eight-room
house on "Martin* st for $25, an eight-room
bouse on Edmund st.for $20. a seven-room
house on Tilton for §20, an eight-room house '
on Charles st. for 518, an eight-room house on
Sims st. for $15, an eight-room house at Ham
line for 815, a six-room house on Bid well st
for $14. a six-room house on Bidwell si. for
Sl2.a sr .en-room house on Morton st. for SI",
and several stores and offices. The St. Paul
Trust Company, "En'-licott Building.
HOUSE— For rent 14-room house on Grove
•st: nicely papered throughout, bath,
■ plenty of shed room and large yard : rent, 830
per month. If you want a iarge house we
can give you two connected. 28 rooms, at $60
pe.- month. Inquire Mr. Mitchell, 209 Grove
st. '■.-;.: - - -■•--.;•;■. -•-• ■ : ■
HOUSE fine nine-room house; every con- ;
■ venience; beautiful yard: cheap: 282
J» est Seventh. Schram's Renting Agency,
Mmhattan building. . -
HOUSE— To rent ten-room house, with
barn, city water: suitable for one .or
two families. 177 Carroll st.
HOUSE— Furnished house for rent. 461
Dayton ay.; eight rooms, bath, furnace,
em. : Inrge yard, good ham; will rent for the
winter or longer. Smith & Taylor, 312 Man
hauan Building.
HOUSE— For rent, : house, with furnace
and city water, at Merriam Park. Chas.
N. Bell. 51 Gilfillan. : .
HOUSE— For rent, new, warm house; six
rooms; city water; a corner; SIC 433
Sherburne ay. ... ■■■ 1 •:
HOUS X— To rent, furnished house ; en St.
Anthony bill; eight |rooms; modern
conveniences; tor the winter, or as desired, J
very cheap. Apply at Dickinson's. j : j
HOUSE— rent house of tea rooms, 113 |
M.A Summit ay. Apply at tie Summit! ay.' : °.
HOUSK— Six rooms, cellar and city -water.
Call nt 20 Tiltou st. . . :j-. ; ; !■•
HOUSK— For rent a line ten-room corner I
- house; No. .557 Canada st., .corner I
Spruce: all . modern - improvements an<" in !
be?" of repair. Apply to O. C. Mackiett. on. i
premises. ........ ' .- 1
470AshlandAv:- The best locality j
on.St. Anthony hill, ana the best house
you can rind for $50; 10. large rooms, furnace." !
gas end 'oath: good yard and trees; go to see' i
it. The St. Paul Trust Company, Endicott )
Building. •. ■ ' ;. •■ _ ■•■ n.i . -■•
HOU3K— rent, house of six rooms; city i
water; newly papctfed: convenient! to
street cars; cheap. ■ 311 .Manhattan building. j
USE— To rent, house of eight rooms; j
elegant location; strictly modem; fif- I
teen minutes' walk from postofiice. 311 Man
hattan building. ... „.-,.
HOUSE— Eleven-room house, modern im
provements, with furnace: beautiful
shade trees; corner of Inlehn.rt and Louis
Bts. ; will rent cheaD if taken at once. Apply
I ai~ 7iglehartst. " ■•-;. ' '
HOLLY AVli., 825— For rent; 8 rooms;
south, facing; all improvements. How
ard L. Smith, 410 Manhattan Building.
rpAYI OIC\S KENTIXJ AGENCI "
-I- GLOBE BUILDING.
WE RENT HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES
TAKE CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY.
Flats.
FLAT— Five rooms, first floor, 656 Broad
way st. ; water and sewer; two blocks of
street cars.
FLAT— First floor; seven rooms; all mod
ern improvement!;. ICC West Ninth st. j
FLATS— Two suites of tour rooms: all
modern improvements, at 549 Canada st
LI OTKL BAKTKAU— Apartments of six
i-A and eight rooms; first-class in every re
spect; rents reasonable; references required.
iSooiim.
HOTEL itUUNSWICK. for jrentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
roomu by day, week or month.
A CENTRAL PLACE. 473 Wabasha st; •
furnished rooms by the day, week or
month; 473.
BOAKO — Utopia— Steam-heated .; front
rooms, single or en buite; with or with
. out board. 403 St. Peter st. .
pEDAR ST., 637— Pleasant furnished front
V> rooms; light housekeeping; allowed. -■
pEXTUAL AY.. 69, WEST— For rent,
V- ' large front room ; gas, heat and bath. .. I
pOLLTjGE AY.. 19., EAST— Furnished I
v^ roomw; bath; furnace heat.
CIOKNKR. SEVENTH AND WABA
\J sha— Over Drug Store— Furnished front
rooms Inquire room 16.
I^LKVHNTH ST., 65 Ii AST-Pleasant fur
i • uished room for one or two gentlemen ;
modern conveniences.
PAIBFIELD AY.. 55. EAST— For rent.
■i. two front robins, furnlFhed or unfur
nished, tor housekeeping; down stairs Call
after 6p. m. .. - -
IFTH ST., 137 WEST-Near Rice Park,
■*. furnished room to rent for gentlemen.
■pil-TU ST., 119 WEST-Rice Park-On
-L furnished rooms for light housekeeping
private family. •■•■-■■■^ ..■ - ■_ „ , ,
FOURTH ST*., • ISO, . EAST-Haudsomely.
furnished- suite rooms for two gentle
men: $4 week: central location. tii,- ; "*,
OOODKICII AY., '-For rent cheap.
VJ four splendid rooms, with alcove and
.bath ; barn If desired. 1 a
TOLEHAKT ST., 377-For rent, four nice
J- rooms. -:■■ n/. • 1
MINNESOTA ST., 540— Large furnished
room and kitchen, complete for light
housekeeping. ■■■> ... ,_lj | a
MINNESOTA ST., 448— Gorman House—
.lM- Pleasant front room for rent. "' >~\
jVTIKTH ST., 317. EAST-Near Broadway
i.^ Two rooms, $5 and $10; heated ; private
family. ' ■ _■■;■■ ■■■■■ .... "[uj j
I"NTH ST., .9. KAST-For rent..'.one;
•L' large and one small front room nicely 1
furnished. . •:■■-.- . , o o j_.
DARK I'LACIi, 86— For rent small liir
-I- pished room in private family: central
location. ; .. -
TWO INSERTIONS FREE
rpHIS COUPON, when accompanied by 15 cents,
•*■ will be accepted at the "Want Counter of the
GLOBE office ior 3 Consecutive insertions of any
Want Advertisement of 15 words or less, not of a
business nature. This offer is made ior the benefit
ol our regular readers, but will ndt be honored at
any oi the City Branch Offices.
FOR BEHT.
Kuoins.
PLEASANT AY., 183— Furnished rooms
for gentlemen or gentleman aud wife ;
bath. ..j3&s_ i-. : ■'"■< ■• -■ ■■''-: '?.•■■••*'..•'•.■••■••
RONDO ST.; 778— Four new rooms down
stairs for rent: city water,' cellar, wood
shed; 810 per, month.
ROOM— Nicely furnished, • large alcove
xv room; arrinofleru conveniences. Pri
vate family; near cable., 137 Smith aye.
ROOM — Comfortable heated \ room, gentle-
IV . men only, -Sixth ;• ward, - convenient to
Concord cars; terms reasonable. - Address D
88, Globe. . ,rLi>??-trtr?
ROOMS— Two very pleasant front rooms,
unfurnished. levenings, 155 Ram
sey St., corner of West Seventh, , r
SMITH AY., 186- Near Third St.— Nicely
furnished front room for rent. U
SIXTH ST.. 096, EAST— Between Bates
and Maria A vs.— Five rooms for rent. .'
SEVENTH ST., 415.1SAST— of Lo
-0 cust— A few pleasant rooms, en suite or
single, furnished or unfurnished: all modern
improvements; also a few. suites of rooms for
light housekeeping.. ; ..,.-,.at £»# „ -;»-•
CI PETER, Next- Colonnade — Fur
>— ' ■ nished room in private; .rent moderate.
TENTH ST., '■'■■3sf k AST— Corner "Olive—
-L Pleasant front room ; finely furnished;
board if desired. y->v o»ii«5« . r^--- .
W ABASH A. "424— Corner Seventh—Fur
»* nished front rooms suitable for two or
three gentlemen; or gentleman and wife.
A BASH A ST.— Corner Seventh—
Drug Store — Furnished ' and unfur
nished rooms. --Inquire- Room 4."~- V ■■
W A BASRA ST— Corner Tenth St.. Next
Door to Drug Store— Furnished rooms
for tent. ,:-*■■■*■ ■• -
ABASH A ST., 43J— FurniBhed front
'-' rooms.' * Inquire Room 4.' ■ ' :
REAL ESTATE FOR HA I.E.
- ' Suburban. - ■ "
C CALIFORNIA'S choicest fruit lands at
■> $Vi per acre. Free fare .to each cash
purchaser of forty acres. "Send stamp for
descriptive circular, '-"Mason & French. Pro
moters of Fruit Land Colonies, Redwood
Falls. Minn. ,-.-; S i.: :•: ;:^:..-- -■'
Miscellaneous, -
Wlu-.ti. XX & H»\VkU loan money at
current rates. 3 'l Pioneer Press hl'dg.
"'.riXASVL&M^I ■ „
31. NKWI'Dltt * SOX, : INVEST
• nicnt Bankers, "Joan. money on im
« roved properly in .St Paul "and Minneap
■ olis at li ]er cent "on or before. " Offices.
New Pioneer Press Building,' St. Paul, aud
Reeve Building. Mluueapoliß.
A A — LOANS on'- furniture, pianos.
• -*■• horses, diamonds, watches and
sealskin Eacques; ■ lowest rates. Minnesota
Mortgage Loan Company, Rooms 13, 14. First
National Bank Building, corner Fourth and
Jackson stß.~ : .- .... . i^ir^-xzi^pfggjg^
—DO YOU .WAMT TO BORROW
money at a lower rate than you can
borrow through any other ogencv! - The
American Mortgage Loan Company, Room 7,
First National bank . building, corner Fourth
and Jackson eta, will let ;3u have any
6mount,slO, S2U. 525. J4i; $75, fIOO 01
5200— in . fact, any rum yon — onvonr
told natch, diamond*, household furniture,
Lorse. buggy, piano, carriage, etc., at a lower
lete than you can possibly get it elsewhere.
Gcoct can remain in you possession, and
you can pay a part any time you want i<nd
top interest. . Business privato and cii fi
dentlsl. Yon tan have lour own time in
paying up prmcii «I.' "...
- ACCOMMODATION LOANS — Confi
—l- dential; lowest rate?: also time checks
cashed. 54.' Eudicott Arcade building.
BANK STOCjvr* a specialty; ; bonds, com
mercial . paper, mortgages, securities
bought and sold. Geo. W. JenJts, Investment
Banker, Minn. Loan & Ttust Bldg.. Mpls.
111 a IVlf^lVn^! watches, hil.
J-'l-nLlT±vJll UO) vcrware, etc..loan
ed on at low rates and terms; positively
no publicity.' 303 Jackson, corner Third,
Ko(.nr4. Pi ivate room for ladles. :
INVESTMENTS for small or large
i- amounts, bank stocks, securities, bonds,
commercial paper and mortgages bought
and sold; bank % stocks a specialty. ' W.lt. :
r ilmot& Co., 1 and 2 Germanin Bank Build
ing.; Prompt- attention to out of-town' in
.vestors; best of references. ■ •' jtJ<;: :>•.■•.;; ;
I" ARGE AMOUNTS of money to loauoa
J— improved ' property at 5 aud 6 per cent."
Smith, Parker. & Oilman, New York Life
Bldg. ■■■-. :■:
11/1 ONKY ON II AND to loan on city prop-
ItA - erty and farms; lowest rates; no" delay.
W. F. Mcritz, 1013 Pioneer Press.
MONEY LOANED on life insurance pol
icies; or bought. L. P. Van Norman,
1-1 Guaranty Loan Bunding. Minneapolis.
MONEY TO LOAN without delay, from
$10 upward, on furniture, horses, jew
elry, etc. : time checks, notes and second
real estate mortgages bought. Minnesota
Loan Co., 117 East Fourth st.
-P-K-I-V-A-T -£-
Money loaned on diamonds, watches, pianos,
furniture or goods in storage at lowcat rates,
and small monthly return payments; notes
and mortgages bought; most private loan
rooms in the city. Ohio Investment Com
pany," 182 Globe Building; take elevator.
PLENTY OF MOSEY to loan in small or
-L large amounts: moderate interest. W.
R. W'ilmot & Co., 1 and 2 Germania Ban-
Building. '-■..•-. - •
TRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL — Money
loaned on diamonds, horses, furniture,
etc. ; lowest rates. Ml Endicott Building.
lit! GKKMAMA LAND COiUI'ANY
buys, sells mortgages, loans money at
current rates. W. P.Westtall.sec. ; I?. J.Dar
ragh, treas. •-'3 and -■» Globe Building.
Hli SAVINGS BANK OF ST. FAIL,
cornqr Fifth and Jackson sis., always has
money to loan at (i. 7 and 8 per cent, and
charges no commission.
WANT to borrow ($2,000) two thousand
dollars; good collateral: one year:«will
pay 10 per cent; no .-commission; principal
only. Address P 9), Globe. -
\\7 HEELER & HOAV*.LL.real estate ; list
W bargains with them. Pioneer Press Bldg
""" WAHT£I>.TO._IIT\. "
A CE— Wanted, small second-hand
J. furnace. Address 8., Globe.
IGHEST- PRICKS-PAID FOU SEC
ONDHAND CLOTHING. .54 E. 7TH.
WANTED— buy dog manure; will pay
gl per bushel. 405 South Wabasha st.
WANTED TO Gentlemen's sec
ond-hand clothing and shoes; highest
cash price paid. Address 185W East Seventh.
lIISCELJLAJiEOUS.
HALL'S LIKI-ARY COMPANY, EN
dicott 1 Arcade— All latest books and
novels, only two cents per d.ay: no other
charges; no deposit required/,' .
IVJ OTICE OF DISSOLUTION— NOTICE
1™ is hereby given that the copartnership
heretofore existing between the undersigned
by the name of Mason & Ode:l. is hereby kls
solved, said Odell retiring from the business
of said co-purtne:6hir>. All bills will be paid
by the said Mason. J. G. Mason, L. R. Odell.
DatedcSt. Paul, Oct. 4, 1892.
NOT OUT OF. YOUR REACH— Right In
li the center of the city; 456 St. Peter st.
is the Market Shoe Store; It Is the best place
for good, reliable footwear. ■■"-■. . ■ -
rivAte hospital, school OF
Midwifery— re. B. Sten'zel.£6B Martin St.
ANTED— Everybody to know that the
Masonic Life Association of America
has removed its ■ office ' to • Room 40, Globe
Building. ' ■ >
CL.OAliitlAKl.liG.
THE CENTRAL CLOAK. COMPANY.
X 100 East Third St.. r repair or remodel
seal, plush or fur .cloaks, and: the work is
well done at reasonable prices. • ., /•
■ ]'; BUSINESS CHANCES. ■ - ]'■
FOR SALE — Saloon and restaurant doing
good business; central located; rent
cheap. Inquire at A. Yoerg Brewing Com
pany^, West St. Paul. ,
FOR SALE— HaIf interest in a legitimate
: established • business: average profits,
$200 to $400 per month ; $300 required ; must
sell this week ; investigate if you mean busi
ness; a better opportunity never was offered.
Box 481, Minneapolis. ■ ; ■ ■ ...:,
FOR SALE— West Superior, Wis.— A fine
grocery ; clean stock doing a Rood bus.
mess; best location in city. • Address : R., -
Globe. ..■-■- ; ■ .;, ■ ...
FOR - balk — Dairy, confectionery : and
' cigar store ; doing good business; have
other business to - attend to. Address S 85,
Globe. ♦ :.!-' ■ •••. . „,•; -
HARDWARE STOCK FOR SALE—
Desirous of retiring from business. I
offer as complete, clean, well-assorted hard
ware business for sale as can be found.
Write or examine stock. Charles Damorel,
Wahpeton, N. D. ;. ■
DHYSICIAN wanted in growing country
A ' town, 104 miles from Minneapolis; pop
ulation, 200; nearest doctor eighteen, miles;
Scandinavian preferred: not a drunkard.
Address Box 26, Brooten, Minn,, Steams
county. Minn. ' ' m ■ ' - ■ '.
THE TOURIST— OnIy first-class hotel in
J- Rice Lake, Wis. ; city of 4.000 inhabi
tants; doing good business; best of reasons
for selling. R. W. Bull, Rice Lake.
ANTKD — Partner with $300 to take
half interest In old established retail
manufacturing concern: ' must be young
mau; active, educated and possessed with
business ability. N SI). Globe. ■ ~ .: '
WANTED— An active Dartner in the fire
insurance and loan agency. James
O'Meara & Bro., 303 Jackson st. ..>--■
ANTED— To buy a confectionery,
♦ V fruit and cigar store. Address Box 25,
White Bear. M inn. v.--
CARPET Cl-EAHT^O.
GET YOUR carpets cleaned and laid at
the Electric Carpet-Cleaning Works, 159
West Third St. Telephone 1200.
&TORE Ai\'D BAR FIXTURES
- | ■ - ■ .
(V[ AND SECONDHAND SALOON
-I-' fixtures, ice boxes, mirrors, pool and
billiard tables, counters and shelving. 213
Washington ay. north. Minneapolis.' :.:'■
CONTRACT WORK— OX -FAU
QUIER, ROSS AND FRANK STREETS
—Office of the Board of Public Works. City
of St. Paul. Minn., Oct. 4. 1892.— Sealed bids
will be received by the Board of Pub T
lie SVorfcs in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in
said city, until 12 m. on the 17th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1^92, for constructing a sewer on
Fauquier street, from Karl street to ; Duluth :
avenue; on Ross street, from. Seventh street
to Atlantic street, t ud on Frank street, from •
Seventh street to Fauquier street, in said city,
according to plans and specifications on file
in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of ai least twenty (20) per cent, or a cer
tified cheek on a bank of St. Paul in a sum
of nt least ten (10) per cent of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid. Said
check shall be made payable to the Clerk of
said Board.
The said Board reserves the Tight to reject
any and all bids. R. L. GORMAN,
Official : J. T. Kerker, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
< octs-10t
CONTRACT WORK— SEWER ON BURR
STREET— Office of the Board of Public
Works, City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 4, 1892.—
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of
the City of St. Paul. Minnesota, at their
office in said city, until IS m. on the 17th day
of October. A. I). 189:.', for constructing a
sjwer on Biirr street, from Whitall street to'
Fr.uquier strefet, in said city, according to
plans and specifications on file in the office
of said Board.
-.- A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a cer
tified check on a bank of St. I'aul in a sum of
at least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount
bid must accompany each bid. Said . check
shall be made payable to the Clerk of said
Board.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. ■ " ■ ■ „ • "
R. L: GORMAN. President.
Official: J. T. Kekker,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
| QCt5-10t
ONTRACT WORK— SEWER ON MAG
NOLIA STREET— Office of the Board of
Public Works, City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct.
4. 1692.— Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public. Works in ana for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota,
at their office in said city, until 12 m. on the
17ih day of October, A. D. 1892, for construct
ing a sewer on Magnolia street, irom Payne
avenue to Edp;erton street, in said city, in
cluding the necessary sewer connections, for
lot 16. J. M. Warner's addition, and lot 16,
block 4, J. R. Weide's addition, according to
plans and specifications on file in the office
of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a cer
tified check on a bank of St. Paul in a sum
of at least ten (10) per cent of the gross
amount bid, must accompany each bid. Said
check shall be made payable to the Clerk of
said Board. .
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: J. T. Kerker,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
■ octs-10t
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey — In Probate Court. ;
In the matter of the estate of Marion W
cMerrill, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that, pursuant to
the order of the above-named Court, made
and filed on the 19th day ot September, 1892,
n the above-entitled matter, the undersigned,
as administrator of the above-named estate,
will sell ou Monday, the 2Jth day of October,
1802, at 10 o'clock a. m., at pnblic auction to
the highest bidder for cash, subject to all In
cumbrances thereon, the following-described
real estate -in Ramsey County, State of Min
nesota, to wit: Lots one (1), eleveu (11) and
twelve (12), in block seventeen (17), in St.
Anthony Park North: and lots four (4) and
five (5), in block one (1). in Bryant's Park
Addition No. 6to St. Paul, according to the
plats of paid St. Anthony Park North, and
said Bryant's Park Addition No. '6 to St. Paul,
respectively, on file and of record in the of-,
fice of the Register of Deeds in and for said
County of Ramsey, and that said sale will be
held at the Fourth street door of the Court
House in the City of St. Paul, in Bald county.
Dated September 27th, 1892.
EDWIN A. MERRILL,
As Administrator of the Estate of Marion W.
Merrill. Deceased. H288E39H
Randall & Merrill,
540 Temple Court, "Minneapolis, Minn.', At
torneys for Administrator. ■
CONTRACT WORK— ON DELOS
. STREET— Office of the Board of Public
Works. City of St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 4, 1892.—
Sealed bids will be received by the Board .of
Public Works in and for the "corporation of
the City of St. Paul, Minnesota, at {heir of
fice in said city, until 12 in. ou the i7tn day of
October, A. D. 1892, for constructing a sewer
on Delos street, from the present westerly
terminus of the sewer on said Delos street
at Stryker avenue to a point 150 feet west,
in said city, according to plans dud specifica
tions on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in a
sum of at least twenty per cent, or a certified
check on a bank of St. Paul in a gum of at
least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount
bid must accompany each bid. Said check
shall be made payable to the Clerk of said
Board.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any aud all bids.
U. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: J. T. Kerker,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
octs-10t
CONTRACT WORK— SEWER ON UNI-
W VERSITY AND WIIEELER AVENUES
— Office of the Board of Public Works, City of
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 4. 1892.— Sealed bids
will be received by the Board of Public Works
hi and for the corporation of the City of St.
Paul. Minnesota, at their office in said city,
until 12' in. on the 17th day of October, A. D.
ISO"), for constructing j a sewer on the south
sieo of University avenue, from Beacon street
to Wheeler avenue, and on Wheeler avenue.-'
from University avenue to Shields avenue,
in said city, according to plans and specified
tions on file in the office of said Board. jjjgg
■ A bond with at least two (2). sureties, in a
sum of at least twenty (20) per- cent, or a
certified check ' on a bank -or St. Paul in
a sum ot at least ten (10) : per cent of the
gross amount bid, must accompany each bid.
haia check shall be made 'payable ' to the
Clerk of said Board.-- - '" • ?-:.,-,'■ ;Y. i:"~.
The said Board reserves the right to rejec
■ any and all bids. : '■ ' ■■. ■■ » ■■■■ - . ,
R. L. GORMAN, President. f
Official: J. T. Kibsker, " ■■•' ■-.- ". : i
•Clerk Board of PubHc Work* r. r r«.^ ;
'■>'■' ; BOABD OFFERED. '■>
A A — AT -THK MINER." a pleasant
•At home for the •winter.stenm heat and
modern conveniences; day boarders accomo
dated. 162 College ay., corner Sixth. .
BOARD— Wanted, to take : a = small child
" for company; will have a. good home
board not so much an object as the company
of the child; a boy preferred; call or address
278 Midway ay. Mre. Jenkins. .
BOARD— Furnished front alcove room,
for two, with board; modern couven
iences; central location. 542 Canada st.
BOARD— 62 East Eleventh St;.— Three or
four persons can obtain pleasant rooms,
with board : references exchanged.
DO A KD— furnished rooms; bath,
J-J parlor, piano and board; $1 per week.
64 Igiehart st. - -
BOARD— Good board and heated rooms,
with bath, at lowest rates at 245 West
Seventh st.
BOARD— Kooms, single or in suites; heat,
gas and bath ; also table board. 254 West
Fifth St., corner Smith ay.
pOARD- Three rooms, one alcove, one on
JL> first floor, with board. 633 Wabasha st.,
corner Igiehart. ' •
BOAKD — Furnished rooms with board for
X>. genilemen, $3.75 per week. 188 East
Tenth st. ■ •
BOARD— 476 Cedar st. : to rent furnished
O front alcove room, suitable for two, with
table board.
YTI.E TERRACE-528 Cedar— For rent.
J-J two front parlors, with alcoves; with
board: (i o'clock dinners.
. STOKES AHD FIXTURES.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES AND
■BILLIARD SUPPLIES: Warerooms, 403 and
407; Office and Factory, 411 and 413 Fifth ave
u»e south, Minneapolis, Minn..
THE ST. PAUL TRUST COMPANY
—Offices, Endlcott Block, Fourth
street-- Acts- as executor, admin
istrator, - guardian, trustee, as
. signee, receiver, etc.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Kamsey. ss.— Probate Court. Special
Term, September 21. 1802.
In the matter of the guardianship of Charles
A. B. Weide, insane. v
; On reading and filing the petition of The
St. Paul Trust Cemnany, guardian of said in
sane person, praying that a time and place
be fixed for examining and allowing its ac
count; '■' .
- It is ordered, That the said account be ex
amined and petition heard, by the Judge of
this Court, Monday, the 17th day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1802, at ten o'clock a. m., at the
Probate Court Room in the Court House in
St. Paul; in &aid county; ■ •
And it is further ordered that notice there
of be given to all persons interested by pub
lishing a copy of this ord r for three suc
cessive . weeks, on Thursday of each .veek,
prior to said day of hearing, in the St. Paul
Dailt Globe, a daily newspaper printed and
published at St. Paul, in said county.
By the Court. JOHN B. OLIVIER,
■ [l. s.] .fudge of Probate. ■
THE ST. PAUL. TRUST COMPANY
—Offices, Endicott Block, .Fourth
Street— Acts as executor, admin
istrator, guardian, trustee, as
~ signee, receiver, etc.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
'■ Ramsey— ln Probate Court. - ..
In the matter ot the application for license to
sell the real estate of Charles A. B. W eide,
insane.
On reading and filing the petition of The
St. Paul Trust Company, guardian 'of the
above-named ward, praying teat license be
to it granted to sell all the real estate and nil
interests, rights and equities therein, belong
. ing to said ward, and' it appearing, . by said
petition, to the satisfaction of the Court, that
it is necessary tor the payment of the debts,
and for maintenance of said ward, and that
it would be for the benefit of said ward to'
sell said real estate:
Ills therefore ordered that all persons in
terested in said real estate appear before said
Probate Court, at a special term thereof, to
De held on Monday, the 17th day of October,
A. D. 1892, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House, in said county, then and
there to show cause (if any there be) why
license should not be granted to said guardian
to sell real estate according to the prayer ot
said petition.
And it is further ordered that notice of such
hearing be given to all persons interested,
by publishing this order once in each week,
for three successive weeks prior to said day
of hearing, In the St. Paul Daily Globb, a
daily newspaper printed and published in
said county.
■ Dated at St. Paul, this 21st day of Septem
ber. 181)2.
By the Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER,
[i- s.l Judge of Probate.
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Of Resolutions Adopted. l>y the
Common Council of the City oi"
St. Paul. gPBJ
Ay F No. 945-By Mr. Pike-
Resolved, That it be, and it is hereby made
the duty of the Commissioner of Health to
cause to be prepared a record book, or books,
which shall contain an alphabetically ar
ranged list of the streets of the City of St.
Paul, aud in which shall be transcribed from
month to month the report in detail of the
Saint Paul Garbage Contractors, relative to
the collection of garbage, as provided in the
contract between the city and said contract
ors.
Resolved Further, That it be, and is hereby
made the duty of the Commissioner of Health
to cause to be prepared a record book in
which shall be entered all complaints made
to the Department of Health of Any neglect
or refusal on the part of the contractors for
the collection of garbage to perform their
duties, as provided in said contract, which
books shall be accessible to the | members of
the Common i ouucil and city officers at all
times during oflice hours, the expense of all
which shall be paid for out of tne general
fund, tin 1 expense thereof not to exceed one
hundred dollars.
AOouted by the Assembly Sept. 28. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Doran, Daly, Pike, Rcardon,
Sandell, Mr. President— 6.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Sept. 29,
1892.
Yeas— Copeland, Cullen.. Dorniden,
Franklin, Hickman, Jensen, Montgomery,
Zimmerman, Mr. President— 9.
Nays— o.
Approved Oct. 5, 1892.
Ay F No. 946— Mr. Pike-
Resolved,' That the Commissioner of Health
be. and he is hereby directed to have prined
live thousand circular notices for the daily,
and fifteen thousand circular notices for trie
tri-weekly collection of garbage, as per
copies of notices attached to this resolution,
which shall be distributed under the direc
tion of the Commissioner of Health. by the
Department of Police, to each and every ten
ement, dwelling bouse, lodging house, hotel,
restaurant and saloon within the limits of the
City of St. Paul. The expense of printing
said notices to be paid out of the General
Fund.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 28, 1892.
Yeaß— Messrs. Doran, Daly,' Pike, Reardon,
Sandell. Mr. President— 6.
Nays—
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Sept 29,
1892.
Yeas— Copeland. Cullen, Dorniden,
Franklin, Hickman..Jensen,Montgomerj-,Zim
merman, Mr. President— 9.
Nays— O.-j
Approved Oct. 5. 1802.
Jko. B. Woltekstokff,
President of the Assembly.
F. G. Inoeksoll.
President of the Board of Aldermen. "
Tuos. A. PitKNDEKOABT. City Clerk.
- oct(S-lt
TATJi OK MINNESOTA, COUNTY UK
O ' Hennepln— Court. Fourth Ju
dicial District.
In the matter of the assignment of Jacob
Broude and Julius Aronson, copartners as
Broude and Aront>on, insolvents.
j Notice ' Is '- hereby given that the above
named insolvents have, by deed ia writtiig,
on October. 4tb. 1892, mode a general assign
ment to the undersigned of all their prop
erty not exempt by law from levy and safe on j
execution.. for the benefit of. all their cred
itors, without preference:-; who shall file re
leases of their demands as provided by law.
All claims must be verified and -presented to
the; undersigned' within twenty (20) days
from the publication of this notice. .- "
V Dated October nth, IRK. . ;
.« -, DAVID C. ABRAHAM, Assignee.
S. Metzus. r Attorney for Assignee, - • '
5K> •' Bank -of Minneapolis Building, lliui'O
*polu, Mian. :..; ' —■•■ ■ - I
7
AUCTION SAIJE.
Karanagh A Johnson, A uc
' tionccrs
SSIUNIiE SALE OF FINK M1IXI
• nery goods and elegant fixtures by auc
tion. We will sell at public auction in the
store, lN o. 68 East Third st.,on Monday. Oct. 10,
at 10 a. m..the stock of millinery goods of E.
' Thompson, insolvent. * This stock consists of
an elegant line of trimmed and uutrimnied
hats and bonnets, fine velvets, laces, ribbons,
feathers, plumes, etc. The fixtures consist
of wall cases, fine mirrors, hat stands, sofa,
two handsome chandeliers, an elegant cherry
man tel,. draperies, one furnace, body Brus
sels carpets, partitions, etc. The fixtures an
solid cherry, polish finish, and are without a
doubt the finest in the city. ; Tailors, milli
ners, or furnishing goods men should attend
this sale. Kavanagh & Johnson,' Auction
eers, 186, 188 and 19'J East Sixth St.
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMER
~" SIDNEY
Will leave for St. Louis and all intermediate
landings
SATURDAY, OCT. Btli, AT 10 A. IW,
Through tickets to Chicago via rail and
river. For full information regarding passeu
ger and freight rates apply to
C. R. BROCKWAY. Agent
Freight and ticket office and dock toot of
Sibley street, opposite Union Depot. ■
Telephone 204.
NORTHERN PACIFIC
THE I»ININO CAR I.IXB fl^t
To Far»o, Winnipeg, Helena, Butto
and the PaeitU- Northwest.
St. Paul
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and Pa- .
cific Coast Trains. Lv. Ar.
Pacific Mail daily for Fargo,
Jamestown. Livingston, Helena,
Buite, MlEßOula, Spokane, Ta
coma, Seattle and Portland 4:15 12:11
Jamestown Express, (daily ex- p.m. p.m.
cept Sunday) for . Fargo and --„■
Jamestown.... 0:00 6:21
Brainerd Local (daily except Sun- a.m. p.m.
day) for Anoka. St Cloud, Lit
tle Falls and Brainerd 5:35 10:3)
Dakota and Manitoba Express, p.m. a.m.
(daily) for Fergus Falls. Wahpe
ton, Crookston, Grand Forks,
Graf ton, Winnipeg, Moorhead, 8:00 7:11
Fargo and Jamestown p.m. a.m.
The IMkotn and Manitoba Kxprtui aces uoi run
wes: of Farg ■> on Sunday. j ■
Pullman sleepers dully between St. Pant ill
Grand Forks. Gra ton, Winnl peg. Fergus Falls, Wall
peton and Fargo, i Pullman First-Class and Tour
lctSleepera and Free Colonist Sleepers are run >a
through Pacific Coast Train*, (i X STOVE, Oitf
Ticket Agent, IC2 East Third Street, St. I.ml. }.
F.McNEILL, City Ticket Aseac.l3 KicoUet lloaia
Block. Minneapolis. Minn.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES.-
Through Fast Trains for Chicago. Milwaukee
and intermediate points leave Minneapolis
12:45 p. m. : 6:25 p. m. St. Paul. 1:30 p.m.:
7:15 p.m. Arrive St. Paul, 8:30 a. m. ; 3:45
p. m. Minneapolis, 0:15 a. m.; 4:15 p. m.
ALWAYS ON TIM L.
Ticket Offices— lSO East Third street, St
Paul; l3Nicollet . House Block, Minneapolis
• and Union Depots in S:. Paul, Minneapoli.
and Stiilwater. i*Daily. tExcept Sunday
] JExcept Monday. ' sSunday only. dExcept
Saturday.) ■rt .--•■ ---'* »;•-■•■"•. ■•■--■V':f ": ,;
Leave Arrive
Through Train* St. Paul. St. Paul',;
Chi. "Badger State" Ex. ♦8:00 am t9:sspn*
Chicago "Atlantic" Ex. t~> :35 pm •1:00 pin
Chicago VestibuleLim'il «S:lopm *7 :25 am,
West Superior ..'. . . „ I :35 a m T3:l)opia
and I) nth f*..0 :40 pm *u:soam
Ashland, Hurley ....I +0:35 am fi:oopia
Bayfield&Washburu f |*1U:4O urn *S:soam
Si Joseph ti Kansas City *7:3sani *r:4oam
Omaha & Kansas City.*. *7:55 pin *7:40 am
Sioux City nni! Blk Hills *7Sspm *7:4oam
Sioux City & Worth'g'n +7:35 am ♦j:.V>ptn
Pipestone& Sioux Falls. +7:35 pm +6:52 pru
NewL'lin, Tracy & Piene 87 :55 pm X 7 :4o a in
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
fjfV nffifP<: "'•' East Tnird St - StPault
Uljf VWbda 300 NieolleiAv.. Minneapolis;
and Union depots in both cities.
tot. Paul Union Depot. arkivb
lisofio-m /Wilhnar.Morris, Brown's \ „„-
-1)8 05a.m. i valley and Breckinridge} « : « P- m.
bf:3oa.m. Fer. Falls, Fargo & G. Forts b6:10 p. m.
1>3:30p.m. Osseo,Cle:u\vnter £ St-Cloud. b11:55a- hi.
L3:3Op.m. Anoka. St. Cloud & AVillmar. b1056a. m,
l/i:3up.iu. Excelsior and liutcliinson... bU£6a. in,
( "VVillmar. tSloux City. "1
| Sioux Falls, dAVatertown,
dlluron,\V:ilipeton, cAb
aC:S3p.m. • erdeen, cEI lendale, IFar- ■ a7:li a. m.
fo, bCtuselicu, Urailon,
Winnipeg ani Pacific
Const I
JAnoka, St. Cloud, Siuikl
Center, Fergus Falls, Far
n7:4Op.ni. 1 co, Crookston, G. Forks, a 635 a. m.
Greft Falls, Helena,
Butte and Pacific Coast. J
(Columbia Falls. Kalis- )
a7:4op.m. -j pell, Bonncr's Ferry.Lib- i- aG:SS a.m.
(.by Creek and Spokane. )
i..^. (Dnlntli. W. Superior, Elk ■»
bl.-05p.rn. J Kjver, fiiilaca. Hinckley, V b7S» p. nv
| (Princeton,' Anoka.*.' )
a. doily; b, except Sundays: c, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday; d, Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs
day. *Buflet parlor cars on trains to lkikrli and
/West Kuperior;. tßuflet sleepers. }DijiiD;j cars
pnlace sleei>ers and bee colonist sleeping cars.
'
y^^sJickat Offices: *&A
%Tick9t Offices: St-Paul
St. & Iniou Depot, St. Paul
Ji aiJo «* ,tf I A— Mcar.B daily. B— Excep
**££~*]:PAUl' f Sunday. Except Saturdays
/ D— Except Mondays.
l.euvc.-St.i-aul— Arrive
LaCro M e.MUwaukeeand ("B ~:Ki a m|B ll:i*j a m
LaCrosse, Milwaukee and J * 2 :46 p „,|a 12: So p m
ChJcn K° — A 8:00 p m A 7:30 am
Dubunue ... /U 7:35 am D 7: 4s' am
IB 7:15 m B ll:O"> piu
slar»halltown. Oltumwa, A 9:15 am D 7:4-5 am
St Louis it Kansas City. C 7:15 pin A 639 piu
Aberdeen and way /? i: 1 () l" 1 m A 50 " m
J lAß:lop:a|ii 6:3 up in
For in formation as to other trains see genet
older at ticket offices.
Minneapolis, St. Pay! &SauitSte.Mari9B)
CITY ) Mplis. Guaranty Bids,
TICKET OFFICES \ St. Paul, 385E Sdst.
-^ M'tl-BostonExlvStPaul(A)7:ai
,VflßryS lUj; M'll-BostonExlvMpls(A)
Tp?J?«tifVE 7 : 15 I'm: Wisconsin hi v. .v .VlpLa
L'!%ftlK (I '" ban; Minn. Div. lv Miuao
■ jSjf«3p atolls (13) 5:35 am; (13) f>:.Op.
np||^^ii;; -"" ° r ° Fallsac i\ st.l'niil
EfJ^SS^^k A daily from Union statioa:B,
except Sunday from Union sta
tion: C, exceptSuncay. from Broadway at*
tion, St. Paul
A., T. & S. F. R. R.
Run thrrugl. Pu)lm:ni Palace. and Tourist
Cars daily from Chicago and Kansas Ciiy to
California; also through Pullman Cars daily
to Denver, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Fort Worth
and Gaivesion, Tex. . - . . :
For rates oud further information apply to -
E. Burdick, General Agent, 212 Guaranty
Building. Minneapolis, Miinn.
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
vy Co. (operating Chicago. St. Paul & Kan
sas City Railway*. Trains le:v,e union depot.
City Office. K73 East Third Street. - ■ ■■ '■-
*D«iy.+Daily ex. Sin. ' .. Leave. I Arrive j
tChicago Fast Express . . . ." 7:^5 am H.i:4Upm
tlowa. Mo. & Kansas Ex.... 7:25 am l0:-«0pin
♦Dodge Center Vocal i:dS piu 10:15 am
•Chicago Limiiefl ;...:..... 7:30 pm 7::!r>ain
*DesMoine3,St. Joe A K. C 7:30 pm 7::sjani ;
«MMMi Leaves for Chicago, St. Louis and '
B Leaves far Chicago, St. a. m.: ar- •
down-river points, 7u>o a. iu.;ar
g3s&S3rives from same , points, K.:l>) p. m *
jg^ii'^^FSdiiiiy, except Sunday. - •■ -*
Leaves for Chiraqo and St Louis, 7::iO p:
--: m. ; arrive* trout 'same t'Oiu», l:x> a. m, dail '"

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