ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
BANTZ & REISMAN. Me.Tbant Tailors— 43
W. 7t st, rooms 4 and 5. Workmanship gu&r
antecd. Union label on every garment
.CHAS. DIETER, Merchant Taller-Latest
styles and good fit guaranteed. Repairing
and cleaning attended to. 830 Payne ay.
J. P. MURPHY— Fine tailoring; ladies' capes
and jackets a specialty; men's suits made
for $12 if cloth is supplied. 383 Wabasha st
ST. PAUL TAILORING CO.. merchant tailors;
moderate prices; workmanship guaranteed.
Room 9. Reardon Blk., 7th and Minnesota.
L. A. REINKE, Tailor, 107 East Seventh st,
between Robert and Minnesota, St. Paul,
JOHNSON, THE TAILOR— 39S East Seventh
et. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
CHAS. I. JOHNSON, 90 East Fifth «t,
printers' machinist; knife grinding; roller
casting and expert bicycle work.
"DR. GULDBORG'S electric Turkish baths,
massage movement pure, for gentlemen, la
dits. children. Lowry Arcade, 275.
DR. CLEVELAND— Magnetic healer; treats
successfully all chronic diseases; treats the
poor free Saturday afternoons. 358 Market
BT. PAUL MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTl
tute. Eye and Ear infirmary, Merrill Bldg.,
sth and St. Pe:*r: freA examinations.
JOHN HEBERLE, manufacturer and dealer
in granite and marble monuments, head-
Et..r.es. markers, etc. 607 W. 7th st.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED.
A. PETERSON, general repairing and all
kinds of musical instruments. Cash for sec
or.j-liaiid pianos and organs. 313. E. 7th.
MORTGAGES AND STOCKS.
.THE NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY
— City mortgages, bank stocks, care, man
agement of estates a specialty. Globe Bidg.
CARL HEILMAIERT Pianist— Graduate of the
Royal Conservatory, Munich. Room 303,
Merrill Building. Fifth and St. Peter sta.
ST. PAUL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MAN
ufacturlng Company— Musical instruments
manufactured and repaired. 37 W. Third st
MRS. ELLA M. LAMBERSON, Voice Culture.
Pupil of Vanniul. Florence, Italy; Delle
Sedie and Fred Walker. Studio 51 Conover.
J. H. BRASS, teacher of cornet and violin;
Brass' orchestra and band music furnished
for all occasions. 419 North Exchange st
MISS ELSIE BACKUS, teacher of vocal and
instrumental music. 257 West Third st,
corner £ "ith ay.
EEDA SCH^INBERGER, teacher of vocal and
instrumental music; guitar, piano, etc. Ox
ford hall, corner Tenth and St. Peter ats.
E.MIL STRAKA, Violinist— Residence, 159
West Sixth st.. St. Paul. Minn.
C. MARTIN, teacher of Mandolin, banjo and
guitar; all music free. 35 East Ninth at
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK.
CAPITAL CITY ORNAMENTAL IRON
Works, manufacturers of bank and office
railings, elevator enclosures. Tel. 79C. 145
feT. PAUL LITHOGRAPHIC COMPANY—
Engraving, printing and publishing. O.
Jay Rice & Co., Fifth and Jackson.
H E. BOTESON STATIONERY COMPANY—
Stationers, printers, lithographers, engrav
ers. etc. 123-125 East Fifth st.
MONEY loaned on household furnHure, pi
anos. etc.; pay monthly. Lowest rates. St
Paul Loan Co.. Court Block.
G. D. EAMES, PHOTOGRAPHS— Latest styles
in photos; photo buttons at one-half price;
best In the c:ty. 104 S. Wabasha.
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
P. F. FITZGIBBON— Painting and decorat
ing, graining, glazing, paper hanging; job
b'ng promptly attended to. 103 West Third.
P. SCHOLLERt— 406 St. Peter st Telephone
1295. Wall paper tinting and Interior decor
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
TVE. KING. 456 Selby Ay.— Practical plumb
lng and gasfitting; jobbing promptly at
tended to. Tel.. Dale, 16.
It. .1. CHENERY, plumbing and gas fitting;
steam and hot water heating; estimates
furnished r,n application. 027 Selby ay.
DR. CHAS. P. ARZT— Office hours, 10 to 12
a. m.. 2 to 4 p. in. Tel. 15S1. 426 South
EU. R. O. EARL; office hours, 10:30 to 12 a.
m. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. ; Sundays. 2 to 4
p. m. Tel. 445. or KO6 Payne ay. and Yurk.
JOHN J. SNlKEß— Plumbing and gas fit
ting; jobbing promptly attended to. Tel.
1344. 298 M?-la •*,,':
lOHN ROjSMAN, practical plumber and gas
litter; none but first-class service; prices
reasonable. 225 Rondo st.
FR~\NK n. POMROY— Plumber and gas fitter;
prompt attention g'" n to repairing; esti
mates given on shot notice. 562 Jackson.
CON MADDEN, Plumber and Gas Fitter—Re
pa.r work promptly attended to. With A.
Ofctrander, corner Selby ay. and St Albans.
TIIOS. R. NAGLE— Plumbing and gas fitting.
Jobbing promptly done. Estimates given
on application. 399 South Wabasha st.
MILLER & O'HARA, Printers— Fine book
and job printing. Briefs and paper books
a specialty. 146 East Fourth st.
[WILLIAM KENNEDY PRINTING CO.-Lat
est styles in typo and composition and sta
tionery; fine commercial work. 122 E. 3d rt.
CYRUS B. ELLIOTT— Fine commercial
printing, lithographing and designing. 346
EAGLE PRINTING CO.— Fine job printing;
office stationery a specialty; over Meaiey s
dry goods store. Seventh and Wabasha.
ST PAUL PRINTING COMPANY— WiIIiam
F. Repke, Manager- Book, job and com
mercial printing. TVI. 817. 336 Slbley »t
CURTIS & BAKER, jab printers; llrst-class
work; reasonable prices. Telephone 1447-2.
No. 364 Robert st. corner Fifth st
JdHN~ SAFRA>JEK^WInes, liquors and
cigars. 1167 West Seventh st
BtT PAY L REFRIGE RATOR CO.— Refrfgeri^
tors, butchers', hotels'; old refrigerators re
modeled: offivt* and factory. ISO W. 4th st.
ROOFERS AND CORNICE WORKERS.
jACOeT SCHABER— Tin, copper, sheefand" gal
vanized iron guttering; tin and tar roofing.
Repairing a specialty. 747 Payne ay.
SHEET METAL WOUKIiRS.
£ . I}7~CHRISTMAN, tin and sheet metal
worker, furnaces, stoves, etc., cleaned and
repaired. Waltham and Prior ays.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND SEWING MA
rhines for sale on easy terms; repairing a
' specialty. George H. David. 142 S. Wabasha.
PETER MAX, sewing machine expert; re
pairing of all kinds cf sewing machines a
specialty. 421 University ay.
AMR AC AN STOVE REPAIR WORKS—
Wholesale and retail dpaler in stove re
pairs. 186-188 West Seventh st. .^___
vTr.LIAM MURRAY & CO~tea~importe"rsT
.•pice dealers, manufacturers flavoring ex-
LTaieto, baking powders, bluing, no W. M
ST\ PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
EASTERN TAILORING CO.— Suits made to
order, cleaning, dyeing and repairing; la
dies' and gentlemen's cloaks. 61 East Sixth.
MODEL TAILORING CO., Chas. Norberg,
Mgr.— Suits to order, $15 up; pants, $4 up;
repairing neatly done. 446 Sibley, cor. 7th.
ST. PAUL TOWEL EXCHANGE office and
steam laundry. No. 65 South Robert st.
H. LOHRBAUER— Are you going to Europe?
Get rates by flrst-claiss lines and secure
your berth through. IS7 East Third et
CAL. J. SHAFFER, fine parlor furniture and
odd pieces made to order from special de-
Eigns: also hair matti esses. No. 389 Selby.
GEORGE C. BANTZ & CO., funeral directors
and embalmers; picture frames made to
order. 483 St. Peter st.
J. A. WILLWERSCHEID, funeral directors
and embalmers; telephone 63. 477 St Peter
WALL PAPER AND PAINTERS.
L. TURNER & CO.— Painting and paperhang
ing; wall paper; satisfaction guaranteed;
estimates given. Tel. 1520-4. 587 Broadway.
W A. LOHLKER— 22I East Seventh st Estab
lished IS6-4. Wall paper, carpets, window
shades and matting.
WHOLESALE TOYS AND NOTIONS.
HESSE & DAMCKE— Wholesale toys and
notions. Pipes a specialty. 256 East Sixth
MENK BROTHERS, established 1576, whole
sale grocers. Corner Sixth and Wacouta
sts., St. Paul, Minn.
WINES AND LIQUORS— WHOLESALE.
L. EPPSTEIN & SONS CO.— Wholesale wines
and liquors. Sole proprietors of famous
Maple Leaf rye. 567 Jackson st.
MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS FIRMS
AWNINGS AND TENTS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO., awn
ings, flags umbrellas, cotton, duck, horse
covers; tel. 117. Ten is lor rent. 127 Ist av-n.
C. J. HOIGAARD— Mnfr. tents, awnings, win
dow shades, horse covers, flags, etc. Tel.
2182. 116 Washington ay. n., Minneapolis.
BRUNSWICK HOTEL DARBER SHOP, Chas.
G. Hegener, Prop. ; first-class work guaran
teed; our aim )s to please. 403 Hennepln.
MINNEAPOLIS ENAMELING WORKS, F. A.
Raberge, Mgr. Bicycle enameling, etc.
High grade work. 52!' Hennepin ay.. Mpls.
DR. T. L. HEDDERLY, Dentist— Best teeth,
$8 per set, 22k gold crowns, $5, sliver fillings,
$1.50 up. 2-13 Nicollet ay., Minneapolis.
DR. C. M. COLBY, Scandinavian Dentist-
Teeth filled and extracted without pain.
Room 1. 408 Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis.
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION AND RE
pair Co., genera! construction work: dealers
in dynamos, motors, armatures. 116 6th st.So.
GUST. LAGERQUIST— Mnfr. elevators, pas
senger and freight power, and automatic
gates, dumb waiters. 108 2d st. n., Mpls.
H. LENZ TRANSFER CO.— General express
ing; cars loaded and unloaded. Household
goods moved. Tel. 241. 25 2d st. s.. Mpls.
HOTEL LA PAUL, Excelsior, Lake Minne
tonka; open for the season; rate 357 to $15
G. F. HUNT, ladles' straw, felt hats reshaped,
trimmed and colored; feathers cleaned, col
ored, curled. 245 Hennepln ay.
• LADIES' TAILORING.
$3.00 BUYS the U. S. Tailor System, with
full insiructions in cutting and making
garments, a $30 course, at 529 Hennepin.
NEW ENGLAND BOTTLING CO.—Manufaot
urers of ciders, mineral waters and rar
bonated goods. Hennepin and Third -.ts.
MILL AND ELEVATOR MACHINERY.
BARNARD & LEAS MAN'F. CO.— Special mill
and elevator machinery; wood-split pulley*.
J. M. Allen, Gen. Agt, 212 Nicollet ay.
KUNZ OIL CO.— Manufacturers of Illuminat
ing and lubricating oils; tel. 1610. 14-16
Wilder St.. NU.'ollet Island. Minneapolis.
LYMAX OIL CO.— Grease, soap stock, boiler
compound, waste, etc. Tel. 2013. 27 Second
st. south. Minneapolis.
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS.
FISHER PAPER BOX CO.— Geo. A Fisher,
Wm. B. Browning. Tel. 1016. 209-11-13
First ay. north. Minneapolis.
S. P. EGGAN, photographer; high grade work
at lowest prices; mat finish a specialty.
251 Cedar ay.
REPAIRING AND CLEANING.
MERCHANTS' STEAM CLEANING HOUSE,
H. Levi, Prop. — First-class work at short
est notice. 620 Hennepin ay.
1(1 HUF.It STAMPS, STENCILS.
W. R. VENABLES— Printed, silver, gold-let
tered ribbon badges, society seals; job print
ing. Tel 36. 258 Hennepin ay.. Minneapolis.
E. R. WILLIAM SON & CO., society badges
and lodge paraphernalia; telephone 4SI-2.
200 Hennepin ay.
SALOON, OFFICE AND STORE FIX
P. HOLM MFG. CO., wood carving, scroll
sawing and turning and screens; estimates
and plans on application. 1210 Washington s.
OTTO WITTE— Store and saloon fixtures,
counters, shelving, grocery bins, ice boxes,
mirrors, etc. Tol. 1942. No. 16 Central ay.
C. H. BOTHMAN & CO., steamship tickets
to and from Europe; all classes; lowest
rates; best accommodations; agents wanted.
300 Ist, ay. so.
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE— For sale
by C. I. Schindeldecker. Write for catalogue.
1500 4th st south. Minneapolis.
Office of the Board of Control,
Room 14, Court House and City Hall.
St. Paul, Sept. 3. 1597.
SEALED PROPOSALS marked "Bid
fcr furnishing new boiler and resetting old
boilers" at the City and County Hospital ac
cording to specifications on file at this office,
will be received until Monday noon, Septem
ber 13th, 1597. The Board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
By order Beard of Control,
OLIVER J. TONG,
SA^E, LASTING CURE.
Itching piles, bleeding, blind or protruding
piles, tafely and permanently cured by the
PYRAMID PILE CITRIC. Absolutely safe
contains no opium, cocaine or Injurious drugs!
60 cents and $1 at druggists. Book on cause
and cure o' pilea sent free by addressing
Pvrsmid Co.. Albion. Mich.
STHE SAINf PAU& GLOBE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER §, IB9t.
May be left at tlie following loca
tions for insertion iv the Daily and
Sunday Globe, at the same rates us
are charged by the main office.
fiever Westby C 79 East Third st
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
Eml] Bull Grand ay. and St. Albans
W. A. Frost & Cso SelDy and Western ay.
Straight Bros RoDdo and Gro'.to sts.
A. A. Campbell 235 Rondo st
A. T. Guernsey 171 Dale St.
Brackett's Victoria and Selby ay.
A. L. Woolsey .. ..St. Anthony and Prior ays.
C. R. Marelius Cor. Bedford and Decatur
A. & G. A. Schumacher 954 Payne ay.
William K. Collier Seventh ana Slbley
Joseph Argay. .Corner Grove and Jackson sta.
M. D. Merrill 442 Broadway
The Eclipse ....S. Robert and Falrfleld ay.
George Marti Wabasha and Fairfleld ay.
Concord Prescription Store.. State and Concord
A. T. Ha11.. ..C0r. South Wabasha and Isabel
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher.. 499 West Seventh st.
J. J. Mullen.... Cor. James and West Seventh
C. A. JWonchow University and Prior ays.
8. H. Reeves Moore Block, Seven Corners
C. T. Heller St. Peter and Tenth st.
B. J. Witte 29 East Seventh st
F. M. Cruciden 496 Rice st.
W. E. Lowe Robert and Twelfth sts.
R. T. Wincott & Co. Cor. Rice and Iglehart st.
NO ADV. LESS THAN 2O CENTS.
Situations Wanted, Male and Fe
male Help, Business Chances, Horses
and Carriages, Lost or Found, Real
Estate, For Rent, Etc.,
ONE CENT PER WORD
Personal, Clairvoyants, Palmist,
Massage, Medical, Etc.,
TWO CENTS PER WORD
NO ADV. LESS THAN 2O CENTS.
Office, 141 East Ninth Street- Tele
COLLECTOR— We have a man who has had
experience In collecting and looking after
WOODSAWYERS, ETC.— We can furnish men
to saw wood and do odd jobs.
WOMEN— For washing, ironing, house-clean
WE HAVE A Nurse girl and a good office
boy for whom we are anxtous to secure
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE.
BARBERS — Young man who served two years
at the trade has applied to me for a po
sition; if you want him address M. E. Mur
ray, St. Paul. Minn.
JANITOR — A man of good character would
like a situation as janitor in a steam
heated block; has six years' experience;
can furnish reference. 20 West College.
PRINTER— Wanted, by a first-class
printer, position in country office; wages
reasonable. Address 315 Rondo St., St Paul,
COMPETENT GIRLS FURNISHED on short
notice at the old reliable Twin City Em
ployment Office, 430 Wabasha st
HOUSEWORK— Situation wanted by an ex
perienced German girl to do general house
work in family. Mrs. Schnell's intelligence
office, room 304, over Yerxa's.
LADIES CAN FIND THEIIEST HELP, also
cooks, second, general housework girls, the
best places. Call Mrs. Merryweather's, 543
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, at once, by a
competent and experienced lad/ stenogra
pher, a permanent position; A No. 1 refer
ences. E 3, Globe.
To loan on approved property In St
Paul or Minneapolis.
6 PER CENT, "ON OR BEFORE,"
In Sums to Suit
R. 91. NEWPORT & SON,
Pioneer Press Building, Reeve Building,
St. Paul. Minneapolis.
BONDS ARE THE SAFEST INVESTMENT—
V. C. Gilman, 307 N. Y. Life Bldg., handles
government, state, municipal bonds.
HOME MONEY to loan on good security at
moderate rates, without charge for commis
sion, at the State Savings Bank, Germania
Life Bd.tr.. 4th and Minn. sts.
MONEY TO LOAN on personal property of
value — furniture, pianos, seal cloaks, bi
cycles, etc.; can be repaid by installments;
strictly confidential; notes bought Ohio In
vestment Co., 730 Globe Bldg.; take eieva-
COAT— Gentleman's mink coat for sale cheap
or will exchange for job of plumbing. In
quire Theodore Sander, Fire and Marine
FURNITURE— For sale, all kinds of house
hold furniture at 557 Canada; carpets,
stove, wardrobes, bedsteads, mattresses,
pictures, bureau, tables, etc.
FOR SALE cheap, four rooms completely fur
nished for housekeeping. 695 St. Peter st,
PUPPIES— For sale, a fine litter St. Bernard
puppies; sire, Ulen Nero, No. 35,798; dam.
granddaughter of Ch. Sir Bedivere. 39
West Third st
FOR SALE— Steel ranges, bedroom suits, car
pets and household furniture. 479 Clinton
ay.. West St. Paul.
YOU CAN BUY dry sawed slabs at $1.50 per
load. 604 Jackson st.
$75 FOR BEAUTIFUL "$l5O diamond ring",
stud pin or eardrops; smaller diamonds, $10.
Advance Loan Co., 27 East Seventh st.
DURING THE COMING WEEK Madam Palm
ley win continue to give, at her parlors,
32 East Sixth St., egg and medicated sham
poos for 15 cents; face steaming: medicated
and vapor baths; hair dyeing and dressing,
and manicuring, cheaper than any house
in the Twin Cities; fine short stein long hair
switches for 50 and 75 cents; corns, bunions
nnd in-growing nails cured without pain
by a specialist; satisfaction guaranteed.
MARRY— The Denver Corresponding Cub has
members worth SSOO to $50.0*); 10c for large
list. Box 1600. Denver. Co!
MARRIED PEOPLE— Take notice, something
you all should know; stamp for particulars.
Box 67, Norfolk, Neb.
SWITCHES AND HAIR GOODS made to
order; shampooing, 25c; extra heavy, 35c;
bangs and curled. 15c; scalp treated for
falling and thin hair, at the new store. 476
Wabasha st, Valentine Blk.
VIVIAN, or J. F. 8., please call, get book
and pay charges. O.
WIDOW, 34, charming, possessor of country
estate and ether valuable property yielding
large income, would marry gentleman of
integrity and standing for himself. "Sin
cerity," 209 East Fifty-first st. New York.
FARMS at Lake Koronis and New Paynes
ville, en Soo railroad, for sale at a bar
gain; terms to suit purchaser from 10 to 2CO
-acre tracts. R. P. Gilbert, New Paynes
FARM— For sale, tbe b^st eighty-acre farm
in Southern Minnesota; adjoins city of 10,000
inhabitants: buildings gilt-edged; spring
water; acres of bernes, fruit and vege
tables; twenty-five Jersey cows, netting
?2,000 a year. Address Box 027. Faribault.
HOI SES FOR SALE.
HOUSE — For sale, nine-room house on Good
rich ay., near Dale st, $6,250: hot water,
heat and all modern conveniences. Cathcari
£ Co., 23-24 Merchants' National Bank Bldg.
HELP WANTED— MaIe.
AGENTS WANTED— Greatest offer out; we
furnish everything; no experience required;
liberal terms; write for full Information,
showing actual results. Mutual Manufac
turing Co., 126 Chambers st, New York.
AGENTS— SIO daily guaranteed workers;
something entirely new; wonderful inven
tion; sells everywhere on sight. Particu
lars, address Burgie Mfg._Co., Chicago.
AGENTS— Factory clearance sale high grade
'97 Bicycles, formerhpricej,' $75, now $21,- to
make room for '98 Models: Selling fast, or
der quick one or more. The Alpine Cycle
Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, O. ___^
AGENTS wanted everywhere to handle my
new imitation gold and silver 50c watches;
just out and perfect timepieces; send 50c
stamps for sample and sti,rt work at once.
Address M. A. Sanford, 2S West Twenty
fourth St., New York city.
AGENTS for new Monthly Household Maga
zine; 50 cents a year? 50 pwr cent cash com
mission. Write immediately. American
Women, Wilmington,- Del.-
AGENTS wanted everywhere to sell our
coffees, teas, bakiri£ powder, etc.; good
pay. Apply or write t» Andrae Cycle
House. Sixth and St. Peter.
AGENTS— New office article; fast seller.
Knapp Mfg. Co., 249 Fourth ay., Pitts
AGENTS— Article staple, new and novel. Per
ceptible merits, and great demand, make 3
quick sales. Address W. H. K. Mfgr.,
AGENTS for improved Copying Pad ; 50 copies
from one writing; no washing required.
Sample with ink, 25 cents postpaid. Ger
man Import Co., 65 Shephard Bldg., Chl
AGENTS here is your bonanza. The
LONDON AND KLONDIKE GOLD
Mining Co.. Charleston, W. Va., wants
agents to sell stock. Pays very liberal com
missions. Big money for responsible agents.
AT ONCE, gentlemen or ladies to take orders,
$18 per week easy. Write today. Home Va
por Bath Co., South Bend, Ind.
ASTROLOGY, FULL" HOROSCOPE; truthful
predictions; prospects corning year; question
answered, any subject. $1; send birth date.
Prof. Aragain, 152 East Thirty-ninth St.,
BENCH HANDS — Wanted, bench hands.
Bohn Mfg. Co., Arcade St. "
BAKERS— Wanted, oven men, peelers, ma
chine men and mixers. Apply at once at
110 East Third st.
DON'T BE HARD UP— I took Mr. Cole's
advice. Took agency for new Aluminum
Goods and other Specialties. Ali elegant,
catchy sellers; customers delighted; per
manent business. I make $5 to $10 a day.
Work 6 hours, no capital. Write T. World
Mfg. Co., (14) Cincinnati, O.
DRAPERY CUTTER— Wanted, experienced,
practical drapery cutter, hanger and de
signer; capable of estimating; reference re
quired. Apply manager's office, William
Donaldson & Co., Minneapolis.
DRUGGIST— Wanted, a druggist; one who
has had some experience in a general store
and as a buyer preferred. Address, giving
age, experience, etc., M 7, Giobe.
DELIVERY MEN — Wanted, two good grocery
delivery men to handle city trade; one with
rig preferred. Call Monday, 403 East Sev
GLAZIER— Glazier wanted. Bohn Mfg. C 0.,"
MEN— AND WOMEN— To work for us, day
or evening, at their homes; light, pleasant
work the year round; no canvassing; we
pay $9 to $15 weekly; experience unneces
sary; splendid opportunity; send us your
address; we will send you full explanation
and start you to work immediately. Ad
dress plainly Bijou Mfg. Co., 253 N. Tenth
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
OFFICE MANAGER for large manufactory.
Salary, $100 monthly and all office expenses;
10 per cent commission on all goods sold;
reference and $600 cash capital for stock
carried. E. B. Ray, 124 Hartford Bldg.,
SALESMEN— Ten first-class salesmen at once,
to sell staple line through wheat belt. Sal
ary or commission. $75.00 and expenses per
week to right men. Give references. The
Eastern Manufacturing Co., Manhattan
Bid g., Chicago.
SALESMAN WANTED— Smart, intelligent,
energetic, to call on doctors only; to repre
sent best known firm in the trade; position
permanent; good income; best references re
quired. Address S., P. O. Box 1552, Phil
SALESMAN— Wanted, salesman! -good worker,
bright and energetic, for permanent outside
position at good salary. Apply, with refer
ences, 91S New York Life Building.
SALESMEN— Three men of ability an com
mission; honest, industrious hustlers can
make good money; sell direct; references.
Address D 9, Globe.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS COLLEGE wants
smart boy or girl to work around college
for tuition. Maguire Bros., 93 East Sixth.
STEWARD— Wanted, a steward. Address,
giving age, experience, etc., A 30, Globe.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as
sets over $766,000; largest, strongest and
best Minnesota Life company, wants capa
ble agents, and gives to producers every
facility and assistance. Address Douglas
Putnam. Secretary. St. Paul. Minn.
WANTED— Man to represent large manufac
turing house in Anoka. Washington and
Dakota counties; good thing to right party.
Apply rooms 7 and 9, Glenwood Hotel, cor.
Eighth and Minnesota sts.
WANTED— Three goca. reliable men. with
some business experience, 'for a new line of
work; salary $6.00 per week and commis
sion C. F. Adams Company, corner Fourth
and St. Peter sts.
WANTED— Man with horse and buggy to
handle fast selling I articlfe in your home
county; salary and rxpoases to hustlsr;
state previous occupation. Address "Cirk."
care Globe, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED— Machine man with $50 or $100, and
share profits in wo'.od-wqrking plant. 1715
Crystal Lake ay., Minneapolis.
WANTED — Experienced oil salesmen in all
parts of country with established trade; good
contract. Diamond Oil Refining Co., Cleve
_jand, Ci. /_
WANTED— Young man to w6rk cround house;
one used to kitchen wirtf preferred; small
wages to begin. Apply 152 W. University.
?7,SCO GIVEN AWAY to persons making the
greatest number of words out of the phrase
"Patent Attorney Wedderburn." For full
particulars write the National Recorder,
Washington, D. C, for sample copy con
HELP WANTED— FemaIe.
APPRENTICES— Wanted, apprentices to learn
millinery trade. B. A. Schultz. 412-414 Wa
CLOAK SALESWOMAN— Wanted, cloak sales
woman; must be thoroughly experienced;
references from previous employers re
quired. Apply Monday morning, Golden
Rule, Eighth street entrance.
COOK— Wanted, p good, plain cook, in small
family; German or Scandinavian preferred.
676 Dayton ay.
GRAY-HAIRED PEOPLE, attention! Mack's
hair tonic is the only guaranteed hair re
storer on earth. Free shampoo with every
bottle at 312 Phoenix Building.
HEAD WAlTEß— Wanted, an experienced
head waiter at Woman's Industrial Union,
22 East Sixth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general
Apply 344 Fuller st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; German preferred. 121 Igle
HOUSEWO RK— Wanted, a Scandinavian girl
gor generaljiousework. 539 Westminister st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. girl for general
housework; family of 3; must be experi
enced. No. 70 Front- st. ■
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl wanted for
general housework. Mrs,: C. H. Schliek,
414 Fort, between^ Sixth, and Ninth sts.
HOUSEWORK— Wantod. girl for~~general
housework. 23 West' Isabel St.
NURSE— Wanted, competent nurse girl with
references. 635 Lincoln ay,
WANTED— Women, $U.7S iveekly. to adver
tise cur goods by dcljverlag to every house
free handsome three-qua^t Granite Coffee
Pot and sell our goods for daily use. B. N.,
Pure Food_Co... Cincinnati, O.
WANTED— Bright, energetic* lady, about 35*,
for outside position; a congenial and per
manent position at good salary if competent.
_ Add ross_F I ._ Globe.
MISS HULL removes superfluous hair. mole 3,
ttr... by electricity; only positive and per- .
mantnt remedy: references given. 307 Mer
ri Rlnck. corner F<; r th and St. T-^'pr sts
LOST AND FOIND.
DOG LOST— Lost, an Irish setter dog, serea
months eld, all red; answers to name "of
Pedro. Return to 419 Wheeler ay.. Mer-
Park, and receive reward.
DOG LOST— Strayed from a bugs;y, a white
dog with yellow ears and patches. Notify
C. Lachance, 69 Summit ay.
FOR RENT. f
J. W. SHEPARD,
94 East Fourth Street.
$4.00—190 Western ay. south, 4 rooms.
$6.00—276 Concord, 5 rooms.
$12.00—875 Dayton, 6 rooms, city water.
$12.00— 694 East Sixth st., 8 rooms, city water.
$12.50—1722 Blair St., 8 rooms, city water, barn.
$18.00—1115 Reaney, 8 rooms, modern.
$20.00— G56 East Sixth, 8 rooms, gas, bath,
$25.00—729 Marshall, 8 rooms, modern.
$20.00—672 East Fourth, 9 rooms, modern,
hard wood finish.
$25.00—773 East Sixth, 8 rooms, modern, de
$22.50—365 Smith, 9 rooms, modern.
$25.00 — 197 Oarroll, 9 rooms, modern, brick.
$25.00—279 Pleasant, 9 rooms, modern.
$20.00—157 Kent, 8 rooms, bath, gas, etc.
$35.00—277 Pleasant, 12 rooms, steam plant.
$7.00—143 Dousman, 3 rooms, city water.
$8.00—546 Laurel, 4 rooms, city water.
$12.00—369 North Washington, 4 rooms.
$12.50—370 North Exchange, 4 rooms, bath.
$12.00 — 542 Broadway, 5 rooms, bath.
$10.50— 455 Goodhue, 5 rooms, bath.
$15.00—228 Western ay. south, 6 rooms, modern.
$30.00—6 rooms, two baths, 300 St. Peter,
$40.00—11 rooms, two baths, 320 St. Peter,
$18.00—5 rooms, steam heat, bath, etc. The
$27.00—6 rooms, steam heat, bath, gas range,
etc. The Premier, College ay. and
$27.50— "The Holland," 157% West Fifth, 4
rooms, hard wood floors and finish,
bath, gas range, suitable for bach
elor's apartments, or light house-
I HAVE THE KEYS— ROBERT I*
WHINE, AGENT FOR CARE OF
PROPERTY, FIRE INSURANCE,
BOARDIXG HOUSE— For rent, 463 Robert St.,
sixteen-room boarding house, all improve
ments; cheap rent to people who can fur
CARPETS, RUGS, etc., cleaned, refitted and
laid at Twin City Carpet Cleaning Works,
182 West Fourth st. Tel., 1499.
COTTAGES— Modern six and three room cot
tages; also new eight-room house; bath
and furnace. 265 East University ay., cor
ner Canada st.
HOUSE— For rent, a finely located house at
Merrlam Park, Xo. 2007 Milwaukee ay. ; ten
rooms, steam heat, modern improvements;
to be rented for two or three years to re
sponsible party at low rental. Apply J. J.
Watson. Germania Life Building.
HOUSE— For rent, upper town, eight rooms,
or part of the Abbott residence; opposite
Dayton avenue church; furnished, partly
furnished or unfurnished. 49S Dayton ay.
HOUSE— 2I/ DAYTON; BEAUTIFUL MOD
ERN HOME; NICELY FURNISHED; OPEN
MORNINGS S TO 10. TAYLOR'S RENTING
HOUSE— For rent, six-room .house, with
water and sewer, half-b'.ock from Maria ay.
line, at 061 East Third st.
HOUSE— For rent, at St. Anthony Park, nice
7-room house; large lot, with trees; low
rent. Apply at 2205 Scudder ay.
HOUSE— For rent, 7-room house, 6G4 Cherry
St., between Maria and Hoffman; city and
cistern water. E. J. Daly, 36 West Law
HOUSE — For rent, fine 8-room house; pleas
ant locality; Maria ay. ; all modern con
veniences; easy terms. Room 308, Globe
HOUSE — For rent, elejrant six-room modern
house; suitable for small family; convenient
to three car "linns; $20. Call 97 Leech st.
HOUSE— Seven-room modern house, five min
utes' walk from postoffiee; also four rooms
for light housekeeping. 62 Iglehart st.
HOUSE— Eight-room modern house, 154 West
ern ay., pleasant and convenient location;
in perfect order.
HOUSE— For rent, 486 Marshall ay., eight
rooms; all modern improvements and barn.
R. O. Strong, 309? A Jackson st.
HOUSE — For rent, 7-room house; in first-class
repair; bath, furnace and nice yard; rent,
392 Corroll st. Inquire_7l West Third st.
HOUSE — For rent, modern house, corner
Piske st. and St. Anthony ay. Apply Room
214, Phoenix Bu i idling.
HOUSE— For rent, house 937 Thomas st. Ap
ply Room 214, Phoenix Building.
HOUSE— For rent, house, 213 East Fourteenth
st. Apply to Room 214, Phoenix Building.
HOUSE AND COTTAGE for rent. 400 and
392 Carroll st. Enquire 71 West Third st.
HOUSE— For rent, dwelling. 405 Ashland ay.
J. W. SHEPARD, 94 EAST FOURTH ST..
RENTS HOUSES. STORES, OFFICES,
STEAM-HEATED APARTMENTS; COL
LECT RENTS; ACTS AS OWNERS' AGT.
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY, Davidson
Block, Corner Fourth and Jackson Sts.—
Houses, Huts and stores for rent in all parts
of the city. ,
CENTRAL PARK PLACE, 612— Corner Sum
mit—The most handsomely furnished cor
ner rooms in the city; all conveniences;
ELEVENTH ST., 73 EAST— Delightful front
alcove room, mantel, grate; house modern;
private family; suitable for two, with or
without board; very central.
ELEVENTH ST.. C 2 EAST— For rent, nicely
furnished bright rooms for light house
keeping; also other rooms.
FIFTH ST., 156, WEST— For rent, very pleas
ant room, newly furnished; large closet; all
FIFTH ST., 234, WEST— Second Floor— For
rent, nicely furnished room, with all mod
ern conveniences; rent reasonable.
FORT ST., 544 — Furnished front alcove room
for two or three gentlemen; convenient lo
cation; reasonable rent.
GARFIELD ST., 25— Corner Pleasant and Oak
land Ays. — Furnished or unfurnished rooms;
GOODRICJI AY., 3G2— For rent, nicely fur
nished front room with alcove.
GOODRICH AY., IS2— Four rooms, alcove and
bath. Barn if desired.
IGLEHART ST.. 74— For rent. large, pleasant
front alcove room; furnished; warm for
winter; with bath.
JACKSON ST., 764— Three rooms on first floor,
city water, good condition, near car line.
JACKSON ST., 544— For rent, large, well
furnished rooms, modern; reasonable prices.
LAUREL AY.. 6S9— One large furnished or
two smaller unfurnished rooms; pleasant
NINTH ST., 317 EAST— Near Broadway—
Large room; all conveniences, $j>; private
family. Transients accommodated.
ROOMS — For rent, to gentlemen only, pleas
ant furnished rooms in a quiet, well or
dered house; steam heat, electric light and
low rent. Inquire in Bookstore, 385 St.
ROOM— For rent, pleasant, nicely furnished
room, with steam heat, for gentleman.
Call at No. 5, The Argyle, corner St. Peter
and Central ay.
FIFTH ST., 39 WEST— Opposite Windsor Ho
tel — Nicely furnished rooms en suite; all
SPRUCE ST., 225— Two nice front rooms fur
nished for light housekeeping; cheap; one
room, $4 per month.
"THE MlNEß"— Pleasant, well furnished
rooms, single or en suite; table service
prompt: location central for business peo
ple. 162 College ay.. CGrner Sixth.
TO RESPONSIBLE parties without children,
heated rooms for housekeeping in exchange
for janitor service. Freeman Scho-01, 30
Kent st. Apply 813 Fairmount ay.
TENTH ST.. 370 EAST— For rent, large front
room, nicely furnished; gas, bath, heat;
close to business center.
STORE— For rent, on the hill, store and
fixtures, with pleasant living rooms for
small family; splendid opening for bak
ery, confectionery, canned goods, cigars,
etc.; rent cheap. A 11, Globe.
FOR RENT— Dwelling and store cornar of
Front and Woodbridge sts , a. fine location
for grocery or confectionery. Call and get
FOR RENT— lmproved farm of fifty-five
acres, half-mile of city limits; buildings.
Dr. E. G. Smith, s>X> Orleans st.. West side.
ROOM AND BOARD— Young gentleman de
s!res room and board in pleasant family
living within walking distance of Northern
Pacific railroad; prices reasonable. P 9,
KENILWORTH AND LANSMERE FLATS,
corner of Arundel and Marshall; choice lo
cation; elegant brown stone fronts; very de
sirable for homes; arrangements perfect;
best of janitor service; rents reasonable;
first, second and third floors to let.
Baltimore and Geneva flats, corner of Laurel
and St. Albans; five and six rooms; very
pleasant and desirable. Isaac Fawcett agt,
916 New York Life Bldg. 9:30 a. m. to 12 m.
FLAT— For rent, a six-room furnished flat, all
complete for housekeeping; bath, sewer,
water, gas, table linen, dishes, etc. Call
605 Selby ay. or address P. E. 8., Hoom
12, Germania Life Building.
FLAT — For rent, ?25 per month, a desirable
corner flat; six rooms and bath, including
steam heat; newly papered; separate en
trance. St. Albans st., near Ashland ay.
M. E. Kost & Co., corner Third and Robert.
FLATS — For rent, four rooms and sis rooms
and seven rooms; all modern improve
ments. 275 West Seventh st.
FLAT — For rent, six-room flat, corner Day
ton and Western ays., entrance 382 Dayton;
_cheap_rent_lnqulre_s33 Dayton ay.
HAVE YOUR CARPETS, RUGS, etc., cleaned",
refitted and laid at Twin City Carpet Clean
ing Works, 182 West Fourth st. Tel., 1499.
FLATS— For rent, two nice flats, five and
seven rooms. Apply 221 East Seventh st.
A. G. Johnson, Auctioneer.
ORGAN, FINE FURNITURE. CARPETS,
Dishes, Etc., at Auction— l will sell at pub
lic auction in the stores No. 419 and 421
Jackson St., on Wednesday, Sept. Bth, at
10 a. m., the contents of a fourteen-room
residence from the hill district, conse
quently fine goods; the goods consist of
elegant bedroom suits, fine iron beds,
dressers and commodes, wardrobes, hall
trees, extension tables, sideboards, dining
room chairs, quilts, blankets, pillows, glass
and china ware, draperies, fine carpets in
body Brussels and ingrains. Parties look
ing for bargains cannot afford to miss this
sale. A. G. Johnson, Auctioneer.
A FEW BARGAINS— One second-hand
'95 March $25.00
One second-hand '95 March $22.50
One second-hand '9C Gopher $29.00
Three new ladies' '97 Seymours $25.00
Two Marches $33. ."0
Eight new '97 Summits $32.50
One March racer, new $50.00
| One Spaiding, almost new $35.00
F. M. Smith & Bro., 325 Wabasha.
WE HAVE the following bargains in new
and second-hand wheels:
New Gopher Specials, built to order $75. 00
2 new March Racers, list at $125, for 50.00
3 new 1597 Gophers, best make 45.00
20 1597 Gophers, plain finish 35.00
4 new March wheels 33 50
5 1597 Summits 32.50
3 new 1597 ladies' Seymo.urs 25.00
1 1896 March, second-hand, used but lit
tle, 26-inch frame 33.50
1 1596 March Racer, good as new 42.50
1 1596 lady's Gopher, nearly new 29.00
1 1596 gent'a Gopher, 26-inch frame 29.00
6 new 1597 boys' and girls' Gophers, 20
to 26-inch wheels 27.50
2 second-hand 1896 March wheels, in fine
1 second-hand, 22-inch frame, '95 March
1 second-hand '96 Truman Racer 30.00
1 Truman, '96 pattern. 26-ir.<:h frame.... 22.00
Wheels rented and repaired.
F. M. SMITH ft BRO..
325 Wabasha St.
TAKE YOUR bicycle repairing to 205 West
Fifth St., and have a first-class job done at
little more than half the usual rates.
WANTED TO RENT.
HOUSE— Wanted, to rent, by Oct. 1 or 15. a
five or six-room house or first floor of a
house, near interurban line; must hove
modern conveniences. Address Room 7,
HOUSE — Wanted, a small house on West side
or hill; family of two; state price and lo
cation. Address M 2, Globe.
HOUSE— Wanted, small furnished or unfur
nished house, with barn, in good location on
hill, for small family; rent not to exceed
$30.00, unheated. Address P 4, Globe.
HOUSE — Wanted, to rent house of seven or
eight rooms, near Midway district and the
interurban; give price and location. G 5,
ROOM— Wanted to rent, a down-stairs or
upstairs room Wanted with board and ac
cess to balcony; in hill district, for two
ladies. Address A 25, Globe.
TWO TEACHERS want two or three un
furnished rooms on the Hill, convenient
to boarding house. Address M 3, G'.oba.
BOARD— Wanted, two lady boarders; teach
ers preferred; sunny rooms; pleasant home,
with all conveniences; first-class table;
terms reasonable. 823 Laurel ay.
BOARD— First-class board, with or without
rooms, 129 West Fourth st., near Metro
politan; convenient to_all_street_car_ lines.
BOARD — Good home cooking and prompt ser
vice with or without room; central location.
630 St. Peter.
BOARD— Nice rooms and board, $3.50 per
week; $6 for two. 243 Grove St., near Jack
BOARD— Two nice unfurnished rooms, with
hoard, light front. No. 17 Buckingham.
GLOBE BUSINESS COLLEGE. St. Paul, of
fers the best business education of com
mercial knowledge; students may earn
board; wrUe_for catalogue; visitors welcome.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS COLLEGE educates
for the best positions in commercial life;
bookkeeping, stenography, typewriting,
telegnaphy, law, penmanship and English
branches for business. Maguire Bros., 93
THE REMER DANCING SCHOOL, 185 j
Rondo St.. opens Sept. 20; terms reasonable; |
private lessons by appointment.
UORSKS AM) CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE — Seven-year-old mare; weight,
900 pounds. Call at 901 Edmund st.
HORSE — For sale, very cheap, splendid driv
ing horse; kind and gentle; also harness and
buggy. 35 West Isabel St.
HORSES— HORSES— 2OO head of farm mares,
drafters and logging horses constantly on
hand. Barrett & Zimmerman's Auction and
Commission Stables, Midway, Minnesota
Transfer, SI. Paul. Minn. Private sales
daily. Part time given if desired^
WANTED— To rent, if satisfactory will buy,
horse and light wagon or heavy buggy. Au
dresb ur call Monday, 403 East Seventh st.
ARE YOU A SUFFERER from any chronic
nervous or genito-urinary disease? Do you
have nightly emissions, weak serual pow
ers or lost manhood? Are you fit for mar
riage? If you are in doubt as to your men
tal and physical condition consult me at
once. A permanent cure guaranteed in every
case. Consultation or question blank free.
Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 3, and 7 to 8; Sun
days 2 to 3. Dr. Nelson, 2*6 South Wash
ington ay., Minneapolis. For thirty years
the acknowledged leading specialist for
BATHS— Electric, medicated, Spanish, tub,
manicuring; select massage. Anna Mack,
from Chicago. 186 East Seventh st._
HEALING WITHOUT . DRUGS— Medicated
vapor baths, massage and magnetic influ
ence cures rheumatism, neuralgia, obesity,
eczema, sluggish circulation. Mrs. Dr.
Steine. 503 Second ay. south, Flat 18, second
floor, first door to left, Minneapolis.
V A dibs t Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills
I. 'Diamond Brand), are the 36St. f>»f«, Hi-liable.
** Tiki no oth.r. Send 4<%, lumps, for particulars, " Relief
for La.lii-i," ii i.K7T«R by Return Mail. At Drumista.
Chtehestcr Chemical Co., FhilaUa., Pa.
MRS. DR. DE LAITTRE. scientific massagist,
medicated and vapor treatment, removed to
56 East Seventh st-
WAXTED TO BUY.
STOVE— Wanted, a small second-hand cook
stove. Address 455 V0 Wabasha st.
NEW GOODS exchanged foi secund-nantl.
Cardoza Furnlturo & Exchuige Co.. 23.'
Kaat Seventh St.
I Minneapolis' Breai $! Piioto House.
Your choice ot six different styles of
uhotos, including CABINETS, atouly
$|.OO /\ DOZ.
rtEMDQIE The Nicollet Avenue
316 "» "collet At., IMiiineapolis.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY presents itself
to every one once in their life time. If
you have an idea, patent it. We will secure
your patent on the most liberal terms ever
offered inventors; WE MAKE NO AD
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ASS'N AMERICAN INVENTORS, Beta •
FOR SALE— Cheap, the Germania House, at
Crookston, Polk county, Minnesota, in the
tar^°^ s R p <J river valley; a farmers' hotel :
and boarding house; the building is of brick,
two stories ana basement and contains 19
sleeping rooms, office, parlor, dining room
and kitchen; for sale with or without the
furniture; a splendid chance for the right
party. *ot particulars apply to Knuppe &
Hartsinck SOS New York Life Building,
aer ' ' when writing mention this .
SPECULATORS, ATTENTION-I have posi
me, exclusive, inside, advance information
as to the movement of one stock wherein
«-ii * P° ints Profit can be made soon
\\ ill sell the information cheap or accept
percentage of profits (after they are made)
Answer quick. Confidential, Room 39 Morse
Building, New York.
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE-I have a stock
or merchandise in Rice county, in a Ger
man settlement, with store building and
residence and six lots, which I will sell.
Address E. H. Hobe, 315 Jackson st, St.
SMALL GROCERY, stationery, no ions, news,
confectionery, living rooms connected, good
locality, either milk, bakery or laundry;
trade pays rent; sickness reason for selling
very cheap. A 24, Globe.
W «}"^^ D ~ A party who wi!l invest about
*I.IHH) in the manufacture of a staple articlo
of hardware on which an improvement" has
lately been made, so as to defy competition.
Excellent facilities for its manufacture are
secured here. It will afford employment to
party if wanted. Wholesalers and railroad
companies here a.one dispose of and use
about 2,000 dozen annually. M S. Globe.
20 PER CENT DIVIDENDS WEEKLY av
eraged for our clients since April last; sur
plus profits form reserve fund, which pro
tects investment; send for prospectus. Tha
Investment Co., Covington. Ky.
$700 PROFIT on $100 in 30 days in a legltU
mate business speculation. Address "M " ,
831 Tribune office, Chicago.
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For full information regarding passenger
and freight rates address C. R. BROCKWAY
General Agent. Office foot of Sibley street od- •
posite Union Depot, BU Paul. Telephone call
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