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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16. 1901.
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Deaths.
: Almara Warner,' 3127 Newton ay N. 91 years.
Alice L. Hellstrom, 914 E 19th st, 16 years
Olaf O. Saude, 13 Eastman ay, 29 years.
Adelaide Richmond, 34 11th st N, 46 years
Elmira T. Harper, 911 3d ay N, 91 years
Hazel G. Roettger, 2439 loth ay S, l'year
Carl G. Smith, 715 Washington ay S. 5
i months. -■>--
Eva E. Dority, 1100 3d ay S. SO years.
Thomas Galloway, 56 years.
i Ann Gleason, 704 sth st N. 59 years.
Marguerite Heimelt, 710 Main st NX. 76 years
Stanley Lewis Nebehhan, 3213 Portland ay,
'.' years.
Grace Thelnia, 1808 Giraid ay NY C days.
Patrons of the -want pat;'** should cut
this out ' for reference as It will
•-,; not appear every day. .' -,'.•..
INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS
„ To easily find any heading, note the num
ber opposite the heading in the index; the
headings of each department are numbered
consecutively £8, in ■index: ■
I—Agents Wanted.
-—Announcement a. .
3— Auction Sales. -
.-J4—Accountants.
—Belgian Hares.
— Business Personals.
Li— Business Opportunities.
7— Business Specials.
N—Bicycles. '
Business Bargains.
I"— Board and Rooms. •
11—Board Offered. '
lU—Board Wanted.' j
O!>—Castings...
Cows, '• ~-V~
14—Clairvoyants.
OU—Detective Agency.
O4—Detective Bureau.
I s — Dressmaking-.
Hi— Dyeing and Cleaning
17— Educational.
IS—Electrical.
1!»— Financial.
M— Sale, Miscellaneous.
.75—For Sale. Stocks and Bonds.
-I— Rent.Vt'nfurnlshed Houses.
llsl— For Rent, 'Furnished Houses.
23For Rent, Furnished Rooms.
- — For Kent. I furnished Rooms.,
«<!— For Rent, Furnished Flats. .
—5— For Kent, Unfurnished Flats.
27—For Rent, Offices.
■28— For Rent, Stores. -
21*— For Rent, Acres.
—For Rent, Miscellaneous.
74—Furriers.
31—Help Wanted. Male.
32—Help Wanted,' Female. . *
33— Horse*. Carriages —For Sale.*
Horses, Carriage*—Wanted,
35—1 ructions.
TOLake Farm Lands.
30—Loans and Chattels.
37—Lost and Found.
•S—Mines and Mining-.
05—Moving and Storage.
O7—Machinery and Engine*.
88—Musical.
Medical.
•lO— Miscellaneous.
41— Minnetonka Property.
42—Notices.
—Notices "to Contractors.
Nursery Stock.
71—Osteopathy.
08Pensions.
44—Personal. >
45—Purchasing Agents.
4«»— Patent Attorneys.
47—Real Estate for Sale, Improved. >
48— Real Estate tor Sale. I'nlmproved '
41)— Heal Estate for Sale, Farm Lands \
50—Real Estate, Exchange.
51— Situations Wanted, Male.
—Situations Wanted, Female.
03—Storage and Moving.
54—Stove Repairs.
55— Sewing Machines.
50—Storm Sash, Carpenter^ Work.
Theatrical Costumes. -
57—To Exchange, 'Miscellaneous.
—Wanted, Miscellaneous.
59—Wood and Coal.
01—Wanted, Real Estate.
60—Wanted, to Rent.
The ads cost only one cent a word under
any heading.
All abbreviations and numbers counted as
one word and no ad taken . for less than 20
cents each insertion. Payable strictly cash
In advance.
Journal Want Page closes at 1 p. m. Ads j
received between 1 and 2 p. m., inserted same
day, If desired, under "Too Late to Classify."
■ All ads are printed in The Journal's three
editions, the 4 and 5 o'clock and the next
day at noon. •
Advertisers can have answers to their ads
addressed to a numbered letter in care of The [
Journal. Answers so addressed will be de
livered on presentation of the cheek. j
MMBER 1
AGENTS WANTED
WANTED—PORTRAIT AGENTS TO HAN
dle our French crayonettes; the beat selling
portrait ever produced; write for prices.
Whetstou & Littlt Mfg. Co., ss-92 West Jack
sou boulevard, Chicago.
CATHOLIC AGENTS—OUTFIT FRES; MEN
or women; town or country; write at once.
C. P. & L. Co.. BS4 Dearborn st, Chicago, 111.
LADIES OR "GENTS TO SELL A NEW AR-
Ucle, just out: 500 per cent profit; send 20c
fcr sample. Smith Bros., box 676, St. Louis.
Mo.
WHY BE HARD UP GROUT OF BUSINESS?
We have a sure road to wealth. Our eoin
ioi!trolled machines are the best made and
are quick sellers, or can be placed on the
peiventage plan. Write for particulars. The
besu chance ever offered to make big money
on a small Investment. Address The Caille-
Schelmer Co.. Corner Woodward and Balti
more ays. Detroit, Mich.
MMBER <i.
BUSINESS CHANCES
BETTER THAN A SAVINGS BANK.
s!ix per cent interest paid
On sums of $250 to $10,0'H), invested in gilt
edged farm loans, secured by first mortgages.
We havo made no losses in fifteen years'
experience. References given to all banks
and newspapers in Minneapolis. Correspond
ence solicited. Addreßs D BS2, Journal.
FLOUR MILL WANTED—CASH BONUS]
large teritary. Inquire of Bank of Adams,
Adams, Minn. __
$3^500 WILL BUY A. WELL ESTABLISHED
manufacturing business in St. Paul. Owner
ijoing to California. Address T 834, Journal.
WANTED—MAN WITH SOME CAPITAL, IN
mail order business. We have some good
propositions on hand at present and are pre
pared to give information and. Instructions
in regard to the business. 320 New York
Ufe._
PARTNEFjTWANTED FOR P.RAXCH STORE^
to take full charge; just a'.arted; gooo 1 town;
fcocd location, ctieap ren': general stock;
party must have $1,000; Norwegian preferred.
A^C.^Chi_ttpnden. Marshall, Minn.
POWERFUL INTERESTS ARE GOING TO
advance the price of wheat. $20 will margin
1,000 bushels 2 cents. Send for our book,
•Facts and Figures.' 'explaining option trad-
Ing. The Osborn Grain Co., 814 and 81b
Phcenix building, Minneapolis. Members
C'aambec of Commerce.
FOR~SALe7 MEAT MARKETrGOOD"LOCA
tion. Address 1122 sth ay, Spokane, Wash.
Journal's Popular Cent a word Classified Ads. ££'#£?&.,«":
NUMBER O—Continued.
O 300 MEN'S FINE OVERCOATS, X
# .FORMER PRICES, $15, $IS, $20, THIS 6
c* week, $10. $
♦ <$
Q. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, o
O 241 NICOLLET AY. <>
<$> • • <£>
<^<^xj>^<sxj>*\jx*>*^> <$<$»&s><s><s><&s><&&s<s<&
WANTED—TO RENT, HOTEL, UNFUR
nished; 20 to 30 rooms; good business town;
to be in good shape; for a term ■of years."
Address B 837, Journal. .
TREMONT HOTEL FOR. SALE, BRAHAm'
Minn.; new hotel, 26 rooms, good trade; only
hotel in town; must sell because of poor
health. Address Tremont Hotel, Braham
Minn. - ; v
WANTED—TO SELL DRUG STORE LOCAT
ed in place of about 2,000; stock will Inventory
about 12,600; terms, part cash, balance on
good bankable security; reason for selling is
failure of health. Deal must be closed at
once. Address F 837, Journal.:
SMALL GREENHOUSE, PLENTY OF
stock, hotbed, sash, pots and soil. Will sell
on account of sickness. ■ Address R 837, Jour
nal. . ' ...
HOTEL . FOR "SALE—IS ■ , FURNISHED
throughout, in Minnesota town, doing large
business; ca3h price, $<i,GQO. This is a snap
bargain. ■ If you -haven't the money, don't
answer. Death of proprietor cause of sell
ing. Address P 837, Journal.
FOR SALE—HALF INTEREST IN GOOD
paying drug store; good place for doctor. Ad
dress M 838. Journal.
DRUG STORETfOR SALE—IN SOUTH DA
kota; have one of the best all-around, gen
eral drug, etc., trade in state; located in
first-class stock and farming country crop
failure never known; no dead stock; busi
ness well established; $2,300 cash takes It,
or invoice. Only stock' in town of 350. Ad
dress X £:■&, Journal.
FOR SALE—DRUG " STORE, INVOICING
$3,600; good county seat town, in Minnesota;
will discount if taken at once. Address H
838, Journal. ■-. . -..'."■:•..•
a PRACTICAL MAN, OWNING SITE WITH
trackage facilities and small. plant, desires
to meet party with some capital, to extend
manufacturing. E 838,-Journal.
LARGE~LIVER\~OUTFIT^WITH BUSINESS!
also fuel business in connection; will take
some real estate or give part time. Address A j
835, Journal. •'- ■ • ""
TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT. ME
chanics" tools, heating stoves, at cost
2o per cent discount kitchen furnish
ings. Take advantage of our before
.inventory, cash, cut-price sale. W.
K. Morison & Co., 247-249 Nicollet ay.
DO YOU WANT AN ESTABLISHED DRY
goods business in a good country town, this.
is an excellent opportunity, clean stock,
profitable trade, invoices about $6,000, no spe
culation about this, its a sure thing. Pearee
Bros., 520 Guaranty Loan building.
WALKErT 404~CENTURY BUILDL\gT~HAS
the largest • list, of business chances of any
firm in the northwest. When looking for in
vestment, call on him. "£?'•'
ONE HUNDR'ED~~DOXLAHfe ""WILL BUT
third Interest in a gotiii valuable Canada pat
en^ E_B39,_ Journal.
LADIES' OPERATING IN GRAfN FUTURES
should call at 224 3d st S, room 220, or tele
phone No. 3546 Main. Send in your orders
for Puts and Calls.
ONE AND HALF~LOT WITH TWCTSTOrIES^
one and two stories, warehouse and large
barn, all rented for $2,500; $1,500 cash, balance
time at 6 per cent. 185 feet trackage along
lot. F 839, Journal.
PARTIES OPERATING IN GRAIN FU~
tures should call at 324 3d at S, room 220, or
telephone No." 3546 Main. Send in your or
ders for Puts and Calls.
AN EXCELLENT "" OPENING FOR MAN
with $1,000 to $1,600 in business that will bear
the closest investigation; money maker; best
location in city. Address N 838. Journal.
STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A SMALL;
cigar and confectionery store for sale cheap. !
Inquire at 11 7th st N.
PARTY ■,INTENDING TO.-;START FEED
mill desires to hear of good location. Ad
dress, P. O. Box 221, Hopkins, Minn.
LODGING HOUSE; SALE, LARGE STRICT"
ly modern, fine class of transients, $2,000;
monthly business; Old Reliable Investment
Bureau, 1100 Lumber Exchange.
HARDWARE—SALE, CLEAN STOCK, MAK
ing net income $5,000 yearly; we secure what
you want quickly, without expense. 1100
Lumber Exchange.
ICE BUS IN E S Sr-SAJLB; COR PORATIO N"T
$20,000 net income yearly; monopoly. We
nave broad acquaintances: secure you safe
investments. 1100 Lumber Exchange.
MMBER 7.
BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
MMBER 10.
BOARD AND ROOMS
VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED AND UN
furnlshed rooms with board; all modern con
veulences. 1111 Hawthorn ay.
largeTwell furnished front room
with good table board, strictly modern house,
twelve blocks from business center; prica
reasonable. Inquire at 1401 Chicago ay.
MMBER 12.
BOARD WANTED
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD
iv private family, by gentleman and wife,
employed during the day. House modern.
Address P 839, Journal.
MMBER 14.
CLAIRVOYANTS
PROF. LA VARDE, RENOWNED CLAlß
voyant and palmist.tells your and your sweet
heart's name, when and whom you will mar
ry; full life reading this week, 50c. 26 7th
st S.
MME. BATCH, IMPRESSIOXAL CARD
reader and palmist, will give double readings
this week for 50 cents. 520 oth ay S.
MRS. MANE WELL, medium; readings dally;
Thursday tve circles, 25e. U2OV4 Nic., room 14.
MMBER 10.
DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS—PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners. Out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nlc
ollet. Telephone 1576.
MMBER n».
FINANCIAL
QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY A3 APPLICATION.
On jour own name without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and prid° feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe building.
<8> MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- <j>
'♦> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- <§>
<$> able amounts to salaried people hold- <>>
<•> ing steady positions with responsible <§>
<$■ concerns, on easy weekly or monthly '$>
•s■< payments. We conduct our business <$>
<*■> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <$>
& fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, <$>
<§> Bank of Commerce building. <$>
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
WE"HAVE A BIOCITbF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Broa., 258 Hennepin ay.
moxeyTo loanTeasy~terms;~ low
rates. David P. Jcnes & Co., Oneida building.
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN on "real estate.
Lowest rates. C. S. Dever, 537 Andrus bldg.
MONEY" ~LOANED~~ SALARIED" PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, on
'heir own names; no security; easy payments.
Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life buitfling.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUBNAL.
NUMBER 10—Continued , \
4£~TCT6 PER CENT. MONEY, .WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan lon Improved
! property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. . R. M.
I Newport, Reeve building, 4th and Nicollet.
Minneapolis. ■
•s>.'«■• DEPOSIT WITH THE .*.
■*> SAVING FUND COMPANY, <£ I
<§>/. . 110 Temple Court, ,<*>
•■•■■ 4 per cent on deposits left two months. •>
■•• 4 per cent on one-year certificates. . •♦
\»> 5 per cent on two-year certificates." -1:J :'.'<§»
. Organized 1889. Capital, • $350,000.. < v
<|> Surplus, $30,000. <$>
\?> John L. Smith, Pres.; Gus J. Pauly, <£>
\j> Treae.: Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. <$■
$^>$"s><^s<&&s^<&s<&^^
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST
rates, easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 523-5
Guaranty building. .
5 AND 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE LOANS,
any sums; see us. Gale & Co., N. V. Life.
LOWEST RATES; LOANS ON CITY REAI7
ty. C. S. Woodruff, 612 Guaranty Building.
MONEY TO LOAN in amounts to suit; no'de^
lay. J. B. Tabour, 124 4th. st S.
YOU CAN GET 10 PER CENT • FOR YOUR
nioney_on_good security. 220 Temple Court. '
RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES." A
large stock of'pure and old wines and liquors
of every description, at Jonas Brown's, 218
Nlcollet ay. - .■
BETTER THAN a savings BANK. ■■..;
Six per cent interest paid
On sums of $250 to $10,000, invested in gilt
edged farm loans, secured by first mortgages.
Wo have made no losses in ,fifteen years'
experience. , References given to all banks
and newspapers in Minneapolis. Correspond
ence solicited. Address D.832. Journal.
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O -;j- p,
O S-A-L-A-R-Y L-O-A-N-S. • o I
O We loan $10 to $100 upon notes. o
O NO SECURITY or MORTGAGE re- % O
O ■'■■:■' * quired. . : • o
O Rebate when loan is paid before due. O
O Pay weekly, semimonthly or monthly. O
O WE GUARANTEE lowest: rates. ' O
O WE GUARANTEE as easy payments; O
O Room 202 Sykes bldg, 256 Hennepin ay. O
O RELIABLE CREDIT CO. O
O - - ;•■■;- ■;<- ■ -- ■ ' ;-- - O
••••••••••••••••e*«««es«»>
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE
AT CHEAPEST RATES IN THE CITY. .
An opportunity to take advantage of. We
make no startling, sensational announce
ments of rates "cut in two." We : don't do
business that way. Neither does any
body else. But our reduced rates
are positively the lowest. You can .bor
row on your plain note, •without mortgage,
indorsee or publicity. Easy payments. Our
plan soon gets you out of debt. Come and
be convinced. Minneapolis Financial Co.,
room 206 New York Life building.
FOR SALE—ANY QUANTITY OF THE 100,
--000 gallon stock of choice old wines and
liquors at Jonas Brown's, 216 Nicollet, at
prices so low that will surprise you.
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR
good real estate mortgages; building loans a*
specialty; no assessments, no red tape, no
delays. E. P. Brown, 73tJ Lumber Exchange.
SIMBEK 20.
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
COLFAX MINERAL~WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-fnglewood Co., 313 Henuepin.
WATCHES cteaneTHmain sp7ings~nTted, %V,
warranted a year. Fiske, jeweler, 32 S._Wa&h.
MILL^ TOOD,~DR\^7TI.YS~fO~S2T7r,; 2 LOADST
partly dry, $2.75; coal, %b and $5.25. Plymouth
Lbr. Co, 4 Lumber Exch. Phone, Main 717 J -2.
FOR SALE—Fine^et~Saintsbury ISalzac, 34
vola, cost $75, for $30. Goodyear, 319 Hennepin.
OYSTER SHELLS. 70 CENTS; CRYSTAL
grit, 75 cents; oil meal, $1.50 per 100-pound
sack. J. H. Smith. 214-21ti Hennepin ay.
MINNEAPOLIS~HEADQUARTER~S~ FOR ALL
kinds second-hand store fixtures; 500 counters,
shelving, showcases, office furniture, safes,
cash registers, scales, saloon and restaurant
furniture, .butcher supplies, barber chairs,
wagons, carriages, sleighs; 1,000 stoves of all
descriptions. H'i'7 Washington ay S.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, M 7 Henn.'■ »jr-*'
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices
WOOD.OAK SLABS~AXD~E DGINGS, 4-ft, $4;
mixed, $3.50. 1717 4th ay S. Telephone 156-1.
PIANOS—BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK.
Emerson piano, $150; two Beaning pianos,
$165, $250; two Chickering pianos, $175, $275;
Hale piano, $125, $5 monthly; two square
pianos, $25, $65; new pianos for rent, $3.50 and
$4 a month. One year's rental allowed if
purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S,
corner Nicollet.
FOX SALE—CHEAP, AN INCUBATOR AND
boue grinder. Inquire at 2125 Crystal Lake
ay N.
SOCIALISTIC AND REFORM literature for
sale; free reading room. 20th Cen.,424 Nicollet.
ONS HOT-AIR AND HOT-WATER COM~
bination furnace, complete; cheap. Apply
H. Keiiy & Co., corner oil ay S and 3d at.
HERE'S A BARGAIN—A GEN V INE "ATll
gator grip, good as new, used but once; size
15 inches long, 6 wide and 10 high; cost $S;
will sell for $5. Address H 837, Journal.
HAVE ONE FINE DRESS SUIT FOR SALE
cheap. 26 sth st S.
DRY POLE WOOD, $5 CORD; GREAT BIG
cord in load. 31l!4 Hennepin ay.
SECOND-HAND COOK STOVES, $4; SEC
ond-hand, four-hole range and shelf, $10;
large range and water front, $12; all kinds of
stove repairs. Kirk & Nye, 426JIennepin ay.
for sale^cheXp, "otter coat, in
good condition. Call at Plymouth fur de
partment. C. F. Wells.
FOR^ SALE—GENTLEMAN'S OVERCOAT,
iv flr3t-class condition; size 32; worth $25.
Owner gone to California. Must be sold at
once. Call at 112 E 14th st.
FOR SALE—CHEAP. TWO FIXE, HARD
coal heaters: window blinds, carpets, office
dfrsk and various other household articles.
Call between 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. No. 9
4th st X.
HIGH-AUM SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
$5: Domestic, $5: White, $8; oak Singer, $10;
snaps. Elmer, 720 Ist ay_S.
P. P. STBWART HEATER~Si2: ROUND OAK
heater, $5: wood and coal heaters, $1.50: res
ervoir rook, $5. 502 4th ay S.
TO DISPOSE~OF AT~O NC E. QUAKER BATH
cabinets at $2.n0 each; bring or send this ad:
good for 25c. The Thomson Wood Finishing
Co., 313 Hennepin ay.
UPHOLSERED FURNITURE, LADY'S Bi
cycle, tables, sideboard, dressers and other
furniture. 2927 Park ay.
LOOK—FIVE "POUNDS"BEST SEPARATOR
creamery, $110: five pounds fancy creamery,
$1: 1.000 pounds fresh roll butter. 15c, 16c,
17c; best patent flour, $1.90. Northwestern
Butter Market,_sl3 Hennepin.
BEST GRADE 6*7 FOLDING CAMERA AND
complete outfit. Write for description and
price. Address O SBSL Journal.
FOR RENT
MMBER 21.
VNFIRMSHED HOI SES
FREE "FOR RENT' CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
FOR RENT—GOOD HOUSE, AT 1204 CHEST -
nut ay. O. M. Lara way & Son, Bank of
Commerce building.
3442 COLUMBUsTaV, EIGHT ROOMS, MOD
ern. Call for list of flats, stores and manu
facturing. Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty
I building. ■
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed and shipped.
We pay for all damage caused by careless
ness. Best facilities and largest and finest
vans and transfer in the city. Office, 200 Nic.
ay. Tel., both line 3. 1208: residence, 2334 L.
607 BTH AY N. 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
furnace, bath, gas, etc., $22.50.
UN Clinton ay, seven-room dwelling-house;
city water, sewer: $15.
2309 sth ay S, 9 rooms, city water, barn, $20.
I 1722 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $35.
2430 4th ay S, modern 10-room house, $20.
126 Willow st, on Loring park, second-floor
flat, $12.50.
121 Western ay, 2d-floor flat, 6 rooms, $12.
26i!S Ist ay S, eight rooms, $15.
614 E Franklin ay. 8 rooms, barn, $20.
Tir. Oak Lake ay, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
1231Vfe Ist ay N. flat 3, four rooms, $9.
709 University ay SE, six rooms, parti}
modern, $15.50.
2531 Stevens ay, six-room cottage, $9.
George Odium, 214 Reeve building, 4'<S Xic
ollet ay.
OWNER OF STRICTLY MODERN 10-ROOV
house, In best repair, 1713 Stevens ay, <•
leaving city and offers it for rent: rent ye:;
reasonable. Call Minneapolis Trust Co.,
4th st S.
M MBEU Sl—Continued.
2936 PORTLAND AY, MODERN, 10 ROOMS."
barn, $30. 2523 loth ay S, seven rooms, $11.
656 Girard ay N, seven rooms, $10. E. D.
Brown, 736 Lumber Exchange.
NO. 2209 4TH av~ S—NINE ROOMS, mod
ern; large barn. . Millers and Manufacturers'
Insurance Co.. 13 and 15 4th st N.
HOUSE.'; FIVE ROOMS, 1107 3D AY S. $1().
House, seven rooms, sth ay S. $15.
——- M Mil IK 237 ~™ ' ™
' FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards tor those advertising under this
head. Be sure end call for them when leav
lng the ad. -' ' . .■ ■ - -,
A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED ROOM IN
modern flat, to one or two single gentlemen;
family private; no other roomers. - Call after
2 p. m., flat 3, 1511 Steyens ay. .
TWO PLEASANT. CONNECTING FRONT
rooms and one single, in modern, steam
heated flat; ample closets, grate, stationary
bowl, bath,'etc. Second floor, door 3, 1020
Harmon place. Library block. ■
GRAND APARTMENTS — LADIES AND
gentlemen; steam heat, ■ stationary wash
bowls, porcelain -baths, hot water; $7 up
wards. 620 7th st S. ,: ■ -
FOR RENT—TWO FRONT ROOMS. FUR~
nished, single or en suite; light housekeeping
allowed. Also % back room, modern. 718 6th
ay S. ......... ■ .'. . ■. . . ■', w
FOR RENT— FUiRNISH'eD ROOMS IN ALL
parts of the city. Hurlbnt, 431 Andrus bldg.
r XUMBER 24.
IXFIHMSHED ROOMS
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, OR WILL FUR
nish to suit tenant, suitable for housekeep-
Ing; bath, water, etc. 814 3d ay S. ■ T
TIIREE FRONT, UPSTAIRS, 920 STH AY
S, $5. „" : - . . ' ' .' . Ay,;'
Four front, upstairs, 1218 Washington ay S.
$10.
Four front downstairs, 920 &th ay S, $10.
Five front upstairs, 623 Washington ay
S, $8.
Three front, downstairs, 615 sth st N, $7.
MMBER 25.
VXFURMSHEU FLATS
NEWLY FINISHED, MODERN, SIX-ROOM
flats; block from Hennepin and Central park;
53 to 75 Lyndale ay N. F. M. Henry, Lum
ber Exchange.
SIX ROOMS, PARTLY MODERN, GOOD
condition; 818 Bth ay S. Five rooms, water,
bath, gas, 212 E Grant St. Mealey, 413 Bank
of Commerce.
FOR RENT—MODERN FIVE-OOM FLAT
and alcove, $25 per month. Williamson, 1607
Clinton_av, flat 9.__ ■
GROUND-FLOOR FLAT, FIVE ROOlklS AND
bathroom, strictly modern, $27.50. See jani
tor, in basement,_72B_sthst S.
FOR RENT—HOUSE. NINE ROOMS; FLAT,
four rooms, 507 15th ay SE. Como Inter
urban. Inquire janitor in basement. Gould,
SOU Phoenix block. .
M MBEK 27.
OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6
to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire
room 12.
MMBER 28.
STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05.,'258 HENN AY.
LARGE STORE, WITH GOOD FRONT, 1226
Washington ay S, $10.
Store for confectionery, tailor or jeweler,
619 Washington ay S, $8.
Store, with three rooms attached, 235 10th
ay S, $8.
fcmall store, for fuel office, 234 6th ay S, $3.
Shop, with barber furniture, 100 iy 2 Wash
ington ay S, $12.
Shop for repairs or fuel office, 231 lOtli ay
S, $5.
Office room in central location, No. 5
Hi Nicoliet ay $15.
Rooms for doctor or business use, 36 sth
st S, $25.
MMBER 31.
HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS.
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d at 3.
YOUNG MAN, GO TO ARCHIBALD'S COL
lege, Lake st, corner Stevens, for bookkeep
ing, shorthand, typewriting and English
i branches. Day and evening^
WANTED—YOUNG HEN AND LADIES TO
learn telegraphy, shorthand, bookkeeping;
success asbured. For catalogue, address Globe
Business College. St. Paul, Minn.
SILK VELVET~COLLAR, 50c; OVERCOAT
sleeves relined, 50c; pants recut into style,
75c; suits steam cleaned, $1. At Anthony,
tailor,JllSMVashington ay N.
WANTED—THREE~MEN FOR SELLING
goods; one city, two on road. Address V 834,
Journal.
WANTED—MALE STENOGRAPHER. MUST
be Al; one who understands the abstract
business preferred; position permanent to
competent man. Address, stating age, expe
rience and references, E. Engelson, ab-
Btractor, S ioux_City, lowa. "
TEAMS~TO HAUL ICE.
TEAMS TO HAUL ICE.
Lake Calho-un, Thursday morning, Jan. 17.
BOSTON ICE CO.
THREE AGE3ws"~Tb~~TRAVELir~SOLIcTT^
ing subscriptions; good pay; steady work all
year. N. W. Agriculturist.
6 "LEST YOU FORGET," WE REMIND O
Q you that the place to engage stenog- #
O raphers, bookkeepers, copyists, cash- 6
O iers and other clerical help is the of- O
S flee of the Mercantile Reference Co., 0
<5 540 Lumber Exchange. O
WANTED—EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
FOR SALE—S6SO FOR JOURNAL ROUTE,
net income $35 per month; half down, balance
on monthly payments if desired. O 839,
Journal.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED CROC- !
cry clerk; must be acquainted in the city, and
a hustler. A. M. Peterson, 127 Washington ;
av_S. ■■ •■•■'■. • - .■■■'-■.,.- :
WANTED—ASSISTANT BAKER, WHO HAS
some experience and is strictly sober. Call
at Maaa Bakery, 1016 Hennepin ay.
WANTED—BOY OVER 16 YEARS TO WORK
in and about greenhouse; wages $1(/ a month
and board. Apply at 2427 22V_ ay 3. ".
WANTED—AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
about 18 years of age for general office work;
must be a good penman and accurate In
; figures; answer in own hand writing. C 839,
Journal. - ■ ■ " :■ .
GOOD ~ MOULDERS WANTED, AT ONCE..
J. W. Bryant, Eagle Foundry, sth ay S and
2d I et. .-' . - . .■ - ' ■ -
BOY WANTED for errands, APPLY
Thursday morning. Munson Stationery . Co.,
Guaranty building. • • . -
WANTED—A NEAT.BRIGHT BOY ABOUT
16 years old at the National Hotel. ■■ - -■
GOOD COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER: ONE
that has knowledge of grain business pre
ferred. N 839, Journal. _
SOLICITORS. COME IN AND SEE A GOOD
line of seller's and get our terms; no goods
to carry; rig arid samples furnished free; no
deposit or bond required. C. F. Adams Co.,
76 7th st S. ■ ■ . ■ , ', ■■■,
REGISTERED PHARMACIST FOR COUN
try. Call or address 513 Hennepin, Minne
apolis^ - ■ - '
WANT STENOGRAPHER AND COLLEC
tor, young man, living at home; steady posi
tion. Call at once. Mercantile . Reference
Co.,' 540 Lumber Exchange. „
COMPETENT TEACHER OF MANDOLIN
and guitar; good salary to right party. Ap
ply, 9 to 10 a.' m., 408 Nlcollet, room 420.
WANTED— MAN AS PARTNER,
with $650 cash, to buy half interest in ' the
largest,- old-established flour • and butter, . tea
and coffee business in the city. Will clear
$150 to $200 per month. R 839, Journal.
WANTED— B , FLAT CLARINET
player, able to handle grades three and four
band music; population 800; no barber here;
rents reasonable; best opening in state."" Ad
dress Clint O. Smith, bandmaster, : Reynolds,
N.D. -.- ■■• -•,•-•- ■ '- '' •■-■""■ ■'■■:--.. »'
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS PATTERN-MAK
-r. at once. H. A. Hamlin, 214 Ist ay S. '
BOY WANTED—TO TAKE CARE OF
horses and deliver. C. J. Weston, 58 12th
it ■■'S.-•."' ■■■•.--,-•■• -. .-- >••
WANTED—TRAVELING MAN OF AGE FOR
Minnesota: $65: monthly to start and allies-:
oenses;;' permanent employment . with ,ad
?ancement; \references required; experience
in necessary. . Manager Stoll. 210 Caxton b!dg,
fhlcago. '■' - •''. ■ ' • • _____ __; '___
TEAMS . WANTED , TO-MORROW, THURS
.iay morning,; for.hauling,ice on • runners ' for
,<orth Star Ice company. ; Apply on premises. 1
Telephone Your wonts to Main {.RSAT: B£} The Price SRffiS
\l MBEK 32.
HELP WANTED- -FEMALE
YOUNG LADY—FOR THOROcH PREP
aration for office work, attend Archibald col
lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and
■Tenlng sessions.
MINNESOTA NORMAL SCHOOL ANDBUSi
ness College—All branches of commercial,
scientific and special education; rates low.
525 7th st &.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; WILL PAY AC
cording to what jou are competent to do.
2410_J^ortland ay.
COMPETENTGI RTTfOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. _3140 Lyndale ay S.
MIDDLE-AGED~ WOMAN TO DO COOKINGT
Also woman to do housekeeping. Wages $5
per week each. Call at 105 lat'st S.
WANTED -TEN" LADIES, AT ONCB. CALL
at 244 Hennepin ay, third floor. Taillefer
Mfg. Co.
I WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
i housework. 31X8 2d ay S.
WANTED—LADY TAITTOR, IN TOWN O"F
1,500. Address M. &J. Kramer, McGregor,
lowa. •__
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS PRESSERS;
none other need apply. Steady position.
Twin_CHy_L)>'e_Work^i>o4 c e d ar ay .
STYLISH DRESSES MADS; WAISTS, $J;
latest skirts, $1.50: wool shirt waists, $1.
907 sth ay S. corner 9th st. Open evenings.
GIRL WANTED—GOOD. CAPABLE ©"NET
immediately, 010 10th Bt S.
WANTED—A GIRL TO~"ASSIST IN GEN
eral housework and care of. children. 2915
Ist ay S.
WANTED—THIRD COOK, AT EUREKA
restaurant, 47 Washington ay S.
WANTED—GIRL~FOR GENERAL HOUSES
work. 127 Clifton ay. Same as 18th st, be
tween Hennepin and Nieollet, near Nicol
let ay.
SEWING GIRLS~TO MAKE SHIRT WAISTST
petticoats, under garments, etc. Sterling
Mfg. Co., corner sth ay 3d st, second
floor, Heywood building.
$Ti6 PER~DAY PAID~ DRESS MAKERS; $150
paid seamstresses; best salary paid appren
tices. Institute of French American Tailor
System. Removed to lo l 2 sth st, opposite
West Hotel, flat 1.
$1 PER DAY PAID BY NORTHWESTERN
Dress Cutting School while learning to cut,
baste, bone and trim dresses. We guaran
tee to secure pupils situations as cutters or
foreladies. $1 to $5 per day paid after com
pletion. For further references, call on Mine,
BuChan, proprietress, 728 Hennepin ay.
(Only dress-cutting school on Hennepin.)
G"OO'D~G"iRL—AT~IO47 rST~AV~N.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework wanted; good wages. 204
E 26th st.
WANTED—GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. 1512 4th ay S.
GIRL FOR LIGHf~HOUSEWORK, SMALL
family. 2625 av _s-
WANTED—FEMALE PIANO "PLAYHR; ONE
who can play for a show, white or colored.
Dave Plckett, Willmar, Minn.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, FAM
ily of two. Apply 112 Washington ay N,
second floor.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED BINDERY GIRL
at Byron & Willard's. 29 sth et S.
NUMBER 33.
HORSES, CARRIAGES-FOR SALE
WANTED—TO BUY HORSES, BUGGIES
and harnesses, blankets and robes. Second
hand rigs of all kinds for sale; cash or time.
414 3d st 8.
BROW 7N & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market. St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on
hand all classe of horses, draft and driving
horses and farm chunks; if you want a horse
of any kind, give us a calK
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN HAVE ON
their Midway horse market, St. Paul, from!
300 to 500 head of heavy logging horses, farm
mares, drivers, general purpose horses and
mules, which constitute the finest and most
superior class of horses ever placed on the
market. Private sales daily; pact time gives
if desired.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, THREE DELIVERY
horses. Call at A. D. T. office, 401 Nlcol
let ay.
FOR SALE—TEAM, WAGON and BUGGY;
owner going to Washington. Call at 2819
3d ay S.
FOR SALE—A TEAM OF WORK HORSES
with almost ateady work with one team if
desired. 1428 E. Franklin.
AUCTION — AUCTION — BRING YOUR
horses, carriages, harnesses, wagons and
sleighs, if you want to sell. We have drivers,
delivery horses and farm mares, to be sold
at auction Saturday, the 19th at 1 o'clock,
corner 7th st and 2d ay S.
FOR~SALE~MY~BTALLiON, VICE PRESl
dent, 27,604, full brother to Roy WUkes; fin©
individual, 16-1 hands, fine color, mahogany
bay; kind, intelligent. Sure foal getter.
George E. Hayes, 2201 Bryant ay S.
12 HEAD OF WORKERS, DRIVERS aSTD
general purpose horses; all kinds of slnglo
and double harness: we buy, sell or trade;
time given. Christy & Lawaon, 312 12th tt S.
PACING HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD; WEIGHT
1,200; good looker and safe; $100 if taken soon.
Call and see him. Also gray mare, fat and
good worker,-- weight 950; $17. 2316 4th at N.
NUMBER 34.
HORSES, CARRIAGES—WANTED
STREET SPRINKLING TANK WITH OR
without gearing; must be cheap,and all right;
also a team and harness; cheap. D 839, Jour
nal.
NUMBER 86.
INSTRUCTION
SINGING SCHOOL—EVERY TUESDAY, 4
p. m., 929 20th ay N, and every Thursday, 4
p. m., Malta Temple, 241 Nicollet. George
H. Normington, instructor.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH
branches, algebra, geometry as well as all
common branches; will give instruction at
the home or in my room. M 539, Journal.
WAN TE D— IN STRUCfOR^FORTMECHANIC-'
al drawing two evenings a week. Address
539, Journal.
XIMBER 3»
LOANS AND CHATTELS
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 300 Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
LOANS MADE~ON"SAME DAY AS APPLI-'
cation, on furniture, piancs, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., 6ul-2 Globe Building.
LOANS MADE ON~IToT\SEHOLD~~GOODS,
furs in atore and warehouse receipts. 825
Guaranty Loan.
NUMBER 39.
MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 826 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
FEMALE~DISEASES~CURED
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist, office 40S Nicollet.
EXAMINATION FREE.
VIRTUAMA, FRENCH TREATMENT, BOTH
sexes; cures impotency, gives vitality, vigor,
restoring desires, ambitious, aspirations of
youth, health; $2, or three for $5; sent on re
ceipt of price. Kiud Drug Co., Elgin, 111.
Churchill & Scheldrup, Nie. House, Mpls. F.
M. Parker, jpp. P. 0.. St. Paul. Fred Scott
Estate. Stillwater. Full line rubber goods.
PILES—-DR. H. WAITE. 25 YEARS' SPE~
cialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay, Minneapolis.
NUMBER 37.
LOST AN* FOUND
BETWEEN 15TH ST N AND DONALDSON'S
Glass Block, on Hennepin ay, or on 6th st,
a brown purse, containing $15, a gold locket
engraved, and papers. Please leave at 131
Guaranty Loan building for reward.
FOUND—THETbEST PLACE TO GET PURF
wines and liquors, at Jonas F. Brown's, 2*B
Nicollet.
LOST—SMALL TAN SHAWL ON PARK AY,
Sunday afternoon; please return to 2804 Chi
cago ay.and reeeive_rewaru\
FOUND^PURSE ON~CHICAGO AY AND
18tfi st, Sunday: owner call at Newman's 73S
E 16th st and identify.
LOST—LADY'S BLACK POCKETBOOK;
small amount of money; about 8 o'clock this
morning. Please return to No. s litb ?t N,
for reward.
NUMBER 37—Continued.
LOST OR bTOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 125515.
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings bank of Minneapolis; if not returned to
said bank before Jan. 18, WOl, application will
be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOST-BANK BOOK, NO. 1U793, ISSUED
by Farme.-b .nd Mechanics' bank; if not re
turned to said bank before Jan. 25, 1901. ap
plication will be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOST—IRISH SETTER; ONE WHITE FORE
paw, white breast: reward for return or In
formation to 1806 16th ay S or Tel. S 823.
Lost — yesterday, 4-months -old
seal brown, bobtail male spaniel pup; new
collar and padlock on; reward for return or
LOST—IN THE LECTURE-ROO:M OF PLYM~
outh church or between there and Hennepin
ay, a purse containing money, keys and
papers; will the finder please notify the city
treasurer.
FOUND-TN~VICINITY~6P^6TH AY N~AND
Oak Lake, purse containing small amount of
money. Owner can have same upon proper
identification by calling at 1101 Emerson
ay N.
LO6T—PAIR LADY'S GOLD BOWED EYE
glasses with chain attached, on 11th st be
tween Nicollet and Mary plate; return or
notify 141 ft M ay S.
LOST—BLUE~SILk MUFFLERi RETURN
to, or notify Fairbanks, Morse & Co., 220 Nlc
ollet, for reward.
NtMBER 41.
MINNETONKA PROPERTY
NOT SUMMER WEATHER, BUT A GOLDEN
opportunity to secure a point of land on
Crystal Bay, AM acres, with handsome shade
trees, 12 feet above water; seven-room new
house, all hard wood floors, completely fur
nished, hair mattresses, iron bedsteads, linen,
etc.; outside "is large shed with workshop,
closet and bathroom, porcelain bath tub,
shower bath, large barn and icehouse, good
boatbouse, two . kitchen gardens; asparagus
and strawberry beds; 60 apple, plum and
cherry trees, 50 raspberry, blackberry, red,
"white and black currants and gooseberry
bushes; 12 grape vines, large lawn", with gravel
walks; water piped to lawn and garden; good
spring water with "Dandy" wind mill and
tank; five minutes', walk from Arcola station;
near clubhouse; price too low to publish.
George H. Miller, 330 Lumber Exchange.
NUMBER 43.
NOTICI
JOHN HOGLUND—DEAD HORSES AND
cattle promptly removed from any part of
city; $1 each. Tel. N. W.. 1224; Miss., 3008.
729 H|3NN. AY, R. C. Black & Co., plumbing!
heating and lighting. Tel. Main 2115 J2.
NUMBER 43.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS—
Minn., Jan. 9, Sealed bids for one 60
--kilowatt dynamo and one high-speed 90 horse
power engine, will be received by the village
council of the village of Perham, at Its
rooms, until 8 o'clock p. m., Feb. 5, 1901, at
which time they will be publicly opened and
read. Bids will be received either for the
dynamo or for the engine or for both. The
right is reserved to accept any bid either for
the dynamo or the engine or for both, as may
be deemed for the best interests of the vil
lage, or reject any or all bids. A certified
check of $200 made payable unconditionally
to the order of R. G. Claydon, village re
corder, must accompany each bid. Specifica
tions are on file and can be seen at the office
of the Improvement' Bulletin, Minneapolis, j
Minn., and at the office of the undersigned.
By order of the council. R, G. Claydon, Re
corder. '■
NUMBER 44.
PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST Dis
eases of women and children. 17 9fn at S.
Take Hennepin ay car. . ■
T. H. BLY, M. D., . SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; , private home for women before and
during confinement; book, 16c; all you need
to know. Office, 27 4lh st S, third floor. '
HOLCOMB DANCING ACADEMY—CLASS,
7-9 Monday, social 9-12; stage and private by
appointment. 43V 2 4th st S. third floor.
JOSEPH LA CHANCE, DIVINE HEALER,
306 6th st S. Minneapolis.: „ ;■
EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN AND SPE
cialist will . give confidential advice and
treatment to ladies; all irregularities prompt
ly corrected. Address "Specialist, 620 ft Nic
ollet, suite 1. - •-•■ ■ .
PAWNBROKERS— reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay 8.,
TAPESTRY ART SCHOOL, 408 NICoTLET
ay, rooms 514-16; lessons in tapestry paint
ing every day, 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. in.
N. Harder, instructor.
LADIES~CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
druggists. Chlcheater Chem. Co., Phila., Pa.
SEND $1 TO JONAS F. BROWNS, 216 NlC
ollet and he will deliver to your residence or
office a gallon of the best port wine you ever
had. • -
**> *m ****««**»>•«****** at***
« ANNOUNCEMENT. .
W. W. Wlttlg.,
".- "THEATRICALS" ».
N. W. BOOKING AGENCY
Suite No. .2, - 520 Nicollet ay.
Will furnish entertainment and theatricals
for "Club Socials," "Social Functions," or
private entertainments. Also booking and
placing local and road attractions, and per
sonal acts and people. • .:■.-"-';..:>■
WANTED—A THOUSAND MEN AND
women with Intelligence enough to ap
preciate a good thing when they see it,
to examine The Minneapolis Journal's
Educational proposition. Upon receipt
of a postal card request, book of illus
trations, together with terms, will be
sent to you. Address Minneapolis
Journal, Educational Department.
NOTICE TO LADIES—YOUR BUST En
larged four to ten inches free this month
only. Call at Dr. Taillefer's Mfg. Co., 244
Hennepin ay, third floor.
W. F. MLAUGHLIN & CO.'S CELEBRATED
coffee will be served at al! evening entertain
ments, sociables, etc., at X cent a cup, in
quantities of 200 cups and over, and at ail
charitable entertainments free; napkins fur
nished gratis. Inquire at 13 7th st S.
jTooHFOR 5-LB JAR FANCY CREAMER^
butter; fresh roll butter, 15-16-17 c; 0 lbs best
creamery on earth, $1.10; best patent gloss,
$1.90. Northwestern Butter Market, 513 Hen
nepin.
RARE OPPORTUNITY—ON RECEIPT OP $1
we will send, securely sealed, a neatly bound
book of 400 pages, full of good things. Every
sport should have one. The most wonderful
book ever written either in French, English,
German or Swede translation. Prohibited in
some countries. Write at once. Only lim
ited number to be distributed. Address The
H. B. Sedgwick Periodical and Subscription
company, 429 Boston block, Minneapolis.Minn.
THE NEW YORK SCHOOL OF~DR ESS
cutting have removed from 92 7th st S, to 705
Hennepin ay.
ON RECEIPT OF 50c WE WILL MAIL TO
all ladies or gents, a book of 400 pages se
curely sealed; everything made plain from
beginning to end of life; also will show you
what life to lead. All mail confidential and
private. Address Box 676, St. Louis, Mo.
NUMBER 40,
PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing, Washington, P. C.
P. H. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
NUMBER 47. '*
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALI
IMPROVED T ~~
EDMUND G. WALTON. 300 HENNEPIN, 18
--sues a new catalogue of houses for sale and
rent every two weeks. Send or call.
NUMBER 48.-
UJiIMFROVED
FOR SALE OR LEASE— i EET TO
20-foot - alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O.
M. Laraway & Son, Bank of Commerce build
ing. ? ' ■■•'■■>'■■!t'.v;;:».f'i
15
' NUMBER 40.
. . FARM LANDS
FOR SALE.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
BROWN COUNTY.
NE Y* .Sec. 2, Town 126. Range 63.
M M Sec. 11, Town 127, Range tis.
MARSHALL COUNTY
SB V* Sec. 4, Town 127, Range 69. •'■"•-■■
O. M. LARA WAY SON, r •
100 Bank Commerce Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
8282828288 82828282828252 888gitt£tt« %!*%%!*%
Zi JAEGER & TORELLE, ' s ',
!• ■ 14
Zi 310 Bank of Commerce, : j,:
Zi .: if
*. Minneapolis, Minn. ■•'■"&•'■
% BARGAINS IN TRADES. Jj
*• v . £•
C«; Forty and 60 acres, In Anoka county, 5,
&'Minnesota, <to trade for Minneapolis Si
Si property. H .
22. Three houses and lots in Village of :% :
Si Robbinsdale, Hennepin county, for 40 :Zi
88 or 80-acre farm near Minneapolis. ,; 82
Zi Dairy —Twenty-two cows, two j.jj
82 horses, wagons, etc., etc.,'• for small 82
82 farm.-. ■; -, . , ■■ • . -„;■/ .■■, .■. ;% -
Si Eighty acres of finest land in Plym- 5,
Si outh township, Hennepin county, for 8*
82 bouse and lot in 7th or 11th wards, 8*
88 Minneapolis. „>,S i
82 Fifty-two acres, -with buildings, on 'Si
52 Medicine lake, Hennepin county, for S»
82 Minneapolis property. 8*
82 Twenty-two acres, with good build-' Si
82 ings, at Markville, Lake Minnetonka, Si
82 for improved Minneapolis property. 82
Si Five acres in town of Bloomington, 82
82 Hennepin county, for Minneapolis lots.. Si
88 Fine ! farm of 203 acres, 3Mi miles Si
82 from Anoka, Anoka county, Minn.; 9- 82
82 room house; barn, 40x60; other build- Si
82 ings to match; 100 acres cultivated; 40 -Si
88 meadow, 40 timber, 23 pasture. • Also 8*
82 25 head of cattle (Including four Dur- 82.
82 ham and two Holstein cows), four 82
82 horses, four young steers, nine calves, *«
82 10 hogs, one heifer, 125 chickens, har- 2*
ti ness, all kinds of machinery, wagons, 82
88 etc., and dairy utensils. Mortgage of §•
82 $2,000. Cash price for equity, ■ $3,500. 82
Si Will also consider trade in good im- . Si
82 proved Minneapolis residence prop- |»
82 erty. "^"ißgWPr -' ' ' ,*2
82 160 acres, in Hughes county, South, '82
Si Dakota, all good tillable land, for Mm- $2
28 neapoli& lots. Si
22 160 acres in Lamoure county, North -Si
82 Dakota, improved and with buildings.; 22
?8 Will trade for clear Minneapolis rest-: S3
82 dence. .
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SITUATIONS WAWTB^
' NUMBER 61. ; *
MALE
MALE STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEP*
er will accept a moderate salary in perma
nent position; four years' experience in rail*
road office and capable of doing rapid work.
Address P 838. Journal. ■
TIMBER 53.
FEMALE '
WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOB
and delivered; first-class work on all kinds
clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry, 418 6th ay 3.
YOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
as housekeeper in a respectable place. Room
408 Northern Hotel, between 3d and_4th at S.
WANTED —BY LADY COMPOSITOR^
steady position; good recommendations fur
nished. Address Box 172, Tracy, Minn.
NUMBER 58.
STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephones, Main 656, both exchanges.
NUMBER 84.
STOVE REPAIRS
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY 3.
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. .-
NUMBER 57.
EXCHANGE— MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—TO TRADE A GOOD DRIVING
horse for a milch cow. 2801 Nlcollet ay.
GOOD PIANO TO EXCHANGE FOR ONE
horse trap in good condition. H 839, Journal.
NUMBER 58.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimate from, th*
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CASH—CASH FOR OLD BOOKS IN ANY
quantity. Send postal; we will call. Minne
apolis Book Exchange, 20 Wash, ay 3.
WANTED — BECbND-HANb~FURNITURE,"
stoves, office furniture, store fixtures, guns,
musical instruments, for shipment; pay more
than local dealers. B 831. Journal.
WANTED—TO PURCHASE SMALL ROLL
top desk; give price and where can be sees.
Address W 837, Journal.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS MANDOLIN,
Washburn preferred; must be in good condt
tlon and cheap for cash. G 839. Journal.
WANTED—LARGE SECOND-HAND SAFE
with burglar chest; quote loweet price and
give full description. C. B. Euklma, care
Beaufort Hotel, city.
NUMBER 69.
WOOD AND COAL
COAL, $5 TO 18.25; PINE WOOD, $2 UP;
maple, $7; oak, $6; birch, *«; tamarack, |S;
mixed, M; Tel. 1989. Nicollet Feed-Fuel Co.,
915 Nicollet ay.
BEST HARD COAL, fS PER TON FOR A
few days only. Call on Braesch, No. 28
Washington ay N.
MAPLE BLOCKS, OAK SLABS7~HEMLOCK
mixed, tamarack, maple, oak, ash, sawed and
4-foot: discount to dealers. Central Fuel Co,
T«l. 1908.
NUMBER 60.
WANTED TO RENT
MORE CUSTOMERS than rooms and rentali;
listing 25c this week. Broat, 309 Kasota blk.
NUMBER OS.
MOVING AND STORAGE
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d fit
S. Telephone Main ti&ti, both companies.
NUMBER. GO.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE WORK, ALL BRANCHES; SE
cret service inquiry, shadowing; best refer
ences. S. J. McNulty, mgr , 203-10 Kasota blk.
NUMBER G7.
MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOODWORKING
Machinery— ; stock in the - Northwest.»
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d st, Mpls.
MODERN, HIGH GRADE~COR"LISS 7
" ENGINES • ! ' ■:. '
Up to 500 H. P. are the chief specialty of •
IMB TWIN CITY IRON WOtiKS.
Founders and Machinists,
. Office, 307 3d st S.
Automatic Engines and Throttling Engines,
Boilers, ■ Heaters, Pumps, Crushers, Rope
Transmission, Pulleys, Gears, Shafting Boxes,
Hangers, Roll Corrugating/ggggHBNpjIHBHI
NUMBER 08.
PENSIONS
R. B. HOSTETLER,
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room . 307 Boston block, Minneapolis, Minn. .
NUMBER 74
FURRIERS
FUR TANNER—PURS DRESSED IN FlßST
class order. H. M. Taubert,, 625 Bryant a?. N.
FURS—LADIES'. FUR COATSTXND STORMt
collars; furs remodeled and repaired. Huba
chek, furrier, 408 Nicollet ay. -

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