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HORSES AND CARRIAGES
LUMBERMEN TAKE NOTICEBARRETT &
Zimmerman have constantly on hand from 400
to 500 bead of horses weighing from 1,500
to 1,800 pounds. If you need any, come and
look them over and select your kind. Bar
rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market,
St. Paul, Minn.
MULES, MULES, MULES.
100 head of good, big, work mules have
been conxigned to us by H. Balch & Co., and
must be sold at once. Part time given If de
sired. Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Uorse
Market, St. Paul, Minn.
TR0ST ft CO..
Largest assortment in the city of all classes of
horses always on band. Part time when de
12 Second Street N.
CWENTY HEAD OF CHOICE DRAFT, DRIV
lng and farm mares, ranging from 1,050 to
1.600 if you want something extra flno see
this stock. Dan Egan, 223 2d av N.
HORSES, HARNESS, WAGONS, BUGGIES,
etc., bought, sold and exchanged by the old,
reliable firm of Wldmayer & I'rendergast, 414
od st & N. \V. pbone 277D-J3.
HUST BE SOLD AT ONCE: PARTNER LEAV
ing city a carload of heavy, draft and farm
marcs also a consignment of horses and bug
gies. 218 2d av N.
J8ARRETT & ZIMMERMAN, MIDWAY HORSE
Market. St. Paul, have the largest assortment
of horses In the northwest. Part time given,
1-OR SALEA FINE THREE-QUARTER
brougbam, serviceable as new, at a low price.
Apply -428 8th st S.
&00D~DELIVERY~H6RSES FOR SALE PART
time given if desired. Ives Ice Cream Co., 215
2d av SE.
0R SALEMY FAMILY OR DRIVING HORSE
cheap. Inquire at 012 Nicollet av. C. E.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
JF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL RE
member that Barrett & Zimmerman, at Mid
way, St. Paul, are always ready to buy and
COWS, DOGS AND POULTRY
JURE LLEWELLYN SETTER PUPS FOUR
lifths of their ancestors champions, the re
mainder field trial winners or producers.
These include such famous dogs as Cli. Comet,
Gladstone IX.. Ch. Itodileld, Ch. Ctncinnatus,
Ch. Gladstone, Ch. Antonia, Ch. Roderigo, Ch.
Cambriana, Ch. Druid, Ch. Star and many
others. Inquire of Dr. Floyd 8. Muckey, 602
Plllsbury building, 9 to 1.
fOR SALEONE RIP-RAP POINTER DOG, 3Va
years old, color liver and white, thoroughly
broken ou quair and partridges $25 cash no
trades. 7744. Journal.
SlTE HAVE 40 MILCH COWS TO BE SOLD
this week at a bargain owner dead take
Coino-Harriet car to belt line. Mrs. John Pet
ANOTHER LOT FRESH COWS, BIG MILKERS,
Jerseys, Ayrahires, Durham: exchange or time
payments. Bull for sorvlce. Davis, 806 bth
OIL MEAL, $1.50 CRUSHED OYSTER SHELLS
85c crystal grit 75c per lOU-lb sack.
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin av.
WANTEDTO BUY A BLACK AND TAN PUP.
State price. Call or write Fred F. Lawrence,
2313 14 th av S.
5TW0 LARGE GOOD COWS, $30 AND $35
must be sold Tuesday. 3501 21st av S.
MICE FRESH MILCH COWS FOR SALE AT
1310 Dupont av N.
JTOR SALEONE OLDSMOBILE ARTILLERY
wheels, patent-leather fenders. Engine Just
overhauled. Whole machine in elegant shape.
One Pope-Hartford, 10-horse-power, used 60
days In tirst-class shape. 750.
One 1003 Autocar, in first-class condition,
One two-cylinder Popo-Toledo, 1003 pattern,
with 1904 machinery. A big snap. $1,100.
One Model "F" Packard cost $2,500 in
good shape new tires, 4V&-lnch, Good for
livery purpose. $850.
One Columbia electric runabout, without bat
teries. A snap. $350.
One 1904 two-cylinder Rambler, used 60
days. Good as new. $900.
One 1004 Autocar. Good as new. $1,800,
These are bargains prices. Come early and
avoid the rush.
PENCE AUTOMOBILE CO.,
717-719 HenDepin av,
)0R SALE AT A BARGAINLARGE 12-PAS-
genger automobile, in good condition suitable
for hotel, tourist, or livery business. Will
sell at big bargain if bought this fall. It
will pay you to investigate. Strong Automo-
bile Company, 240 3d av S, Minneapolis.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to Chicago. Denver. Spokane and Paclflc
coast points frequent shipments and lowest
possible rates. Write or call on The Boyd
Transfer and Storage Co., 46 3d st S.
JOSEPHINE BONAPARTE RICE, 620V4 NIC
ollet av, room 819 training platform or
stage speaking voice cultivated and devel
oped. Main 3079-.T.
fOTICEZESBAUGH'S PICTURE FRAME FAC
tory and art store, 11 5th st S. Received new
stock. We frame and sell pictures cheap.
yOUNDA PLACE TO HAVE YOUR TRUNKS
repaired or exchanged for new one. Bijou
Trunk Factory, 18 Washington av N.
BOARD AND ROOMS
OR RENTPLEASANT FRONT ROOM, WITH
large alcove and two closets steam heat, bath
and telephone first-class table board. 1317
5th av S.
SXRGE PLEASANT ROOM WITH BOARD, IN
steam heated house, within walking distance
first-class In every_respect. 59 11th st S.
SbARD AND ROOMSHOTEL SOUTHERN, 4th
av and 9th st 8 nice front room, with bath
one single and one suite for two.
fcLEASANT ROOM, FIRST-CLASS TABLE
board house modern telephone service. 3233
5th av S.
B0TEL WAVERLYSEE WHAT WE HAVE
befora you settle. Single. 6uites. private
BOARD AND ROOMS
WANTEDTWO OR THREE ROOMS, FUR
nlshed or unfurnished, with good lirst-class
table board for three adult persons. 7973,
ttWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles' and gents'
clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet.
HORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phones.
A. L. ZIMMERMAN, 312 8th ST S, TAXIDER
mist and waxworker, mounts animals and
birds. Deer heads a specialty. Moose' heads
end rugs. Wax figures made and repaired.
Wax flowers made to order. Funeral flowers
preserved. Wanted, first-class workman as a
REINER, FURS TO ORDER AND SKILFUL
repairing, 701 Hennepin av, corner 7th. Both
JFUR GARMENTS TO ORDER and repaired low
prices. Hubacheck, furrier, room 530. 302 Nlc.
WILLIAMS, 434 GUARANTY BUILDING,
loans on furniture, pianos or any security
large loans a specialty terms to suit bor
rowers. Lowest prices.
filCE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL
property. Charges reasonable, 50(3 Globe bldg.
LADIES' TURKISH BATHS
sage, 50c, or three for $1 hairdressing, mani
curing, baths of all kinds, exclusively for
ladles a complete lino of hair goods.
Uooney's, 121 6th st S.
XADIES AND GENTLEMEN ABE
try-our noon luncheons. Arino Lunch lJ
5!iH Nicollet, second floor.
"READINGS MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 50o.
B. MCMILLAN & oo., OABPENTEB WOBK
and jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to.
113 4th st N.
WOKTHWEBTEKN SCAVENGER 00. CLEANS
jraulte, cesspools. 185 T.c. 199. 102 let at N,
A SWORN AGREEMENT BY
Kill HON THE GREAT.
I do hereby solemnly agree and guarantee
to make no charge If 1 fail to tell your name,
occupation and what you called for I promise
to tell you whether husband, wife or sweet
heart is true or false tell who and when you
will marry In fact, I will tell every hope,
fear or ambition of your life better than you
can tell yourself I reunite the separated, re
store lost affections, cause happy marriages,
give good luck, restore lost enegries, cure
ad habits and drunkenness.
RKADIXGS MONDAY AND TUESDAY 50c.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE NO. 38 8th ST. S.
BETWEEN NICOLLET AND HENNEPIN.
Mail readings $1. Send date of birth.
PROF. H. C. BELMONT,
Palmist, Clairvoyant and trance medium. Calls
names tells past, present and future gives
advice on ail matters
will tell you what you came to find out he
will tell you names of loved ones, giving dates,
facts and locations he will tell you the num
ber and street you live on, describing' your
friends as well as your enemies he will ad
vise you on business, speculation, travels,
changes, lawsuits, wills, deeds, mining claims,
etc. Belmont, to prove his ability, will give
his regular $2 readings this week for 50c.
Hours, 10 to 8 Sundays, 2 to 5. Call early
to avoid the crowd, at
715 ON FIRST AV S.
PROF. GRANT CHESTERFIELD, PSYCHIC
palmist and clairvoyant, tells of changes, suc
cesses, failures, travels, marriages, divorces,
prosperity, disasters, lawsuits, defeats, acci
dents, deaths, diseases palmistry taught me
(litimlstlc persons developed life readings by
mall send 50c and date of birth six ques
tions answered. Parlors, 113 0th st S. Read
lugs dally and Sundays.
willh name withou one word
A WONDERFUL TRIAL READINGTHE ONLY
dead trance medium in the world those in
trouble fro-n any causehis help is priceless.
Send 10 cents, 2-cent stamps, date of birth,
own handwriting. Dr. Joseph Lester. 897
Main st, Dubuque, Iowa. Mention this paper.
Mme. Loretta. the gypsy palmist, who tells
your past, present and future gives advice on
business, speculations, love, courtship and mar
riage, from cradle to grave satisfaction guar
anteed or no charge. 710 1st av S.
PROFESSOR LA VERDE, TRANCE MEDIUM
and palmist, gives reliable advice on all busi
ness matters social Thursday evening. Iteal
dence 817 Nlcollat av.
FOR WOMEN ONLY.
DR. R. G. RAYMOND'S Monthly Regulator
bas brought happiuess to hundreds of anxious
women. No pain, no danger, no Interference
with work relief in 3 to 5 days. We have
never known of a single failure. Mall orders
promptly filled. Price $2.00. DR. R. G. RAY-
MOND REMERY CO., ROOM 80, 84 ADAMS
ST, CHICAGO, ILL.
MRS. DR. McKAY, 7 7th ST 8, BETWEEN
Hennepin and Nicollet electricity scientifically
applied electro magnetic and alcohol vapor
sweats will cure rheumatism and all nervous
^^mjiNGjajyEsmEN^^ 10,000 SHARES ONLY, SALMON RIVER MIN
lug & Milling Co. capital stock at 3c per
share. Addres3 4315 Nicollet av,
L. L. de MARS, OPH. D.. OPTICIAN EYES
tested, glasses fitted. 609 2d av S.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 920-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis. Minn. 52 McGill build
ing, Washington, D. C.
PATENTS48-PAGE BOOK FREE: HIGHEST
references. Fitzgerald Co., Dept. 26, Washing
ton, D. C. __
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, ETC, PERMA
nently removed by electricity. Miss Holllster.
77-78 Syndicate Block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
$3,500 RESIDENCE IN MINNEAPOLIS, CLEAR
exchange for farm. Also several flat buildings
for farms. H. D. Klelnman, New York Life
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE AND
dfrug stocks also city property In exchange
for land owners reply. F. S. Gibson, Mason
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOTSRAM
bler automobile, new engine and newly
painted fine running condition. 2529 15th
WE HAVE BUSINESS BLOCKS, FLAT BLDGS,
dwellings to exchange for farms all kinds of
exchanges. C. A. Qnlst & Co.. 202 4th s,t S.
I WILL CLEAN AND REPAIR YOUR FUR
naces and repair all stoves on short notice
work guaranteed send card, F. A. Ellis, 41
10th st N.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES GREAT WES
tern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin av.
____WOOD^AND^O^Li___ FOR WOOD AND COAL, HAY AND GRAIN
pine wood, $2.75 up coal. $5.75 up. Nicollet
Feed and Fuel. 915 Nicollet. Both phones 1988.
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18 Different Cruises and Special Services to the
Twin Screw Palatial Cruising Steamers.
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deciding Winter plans.
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Monday Evening, THE MINNNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. I 'ft"f
THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN.
If you are going
to build next
spring, now is the
time to commence
paying on your lot
I have some beau
ties, with fine lo
cations, on easy
~4 2 1
Minneapolis, Min n,
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the northwest. Only one cent a
I/YMAN-EMEIi DRUG COMPANY
In July, 1883, I began to break out with
Eczema on my head, legs and arms, and
began treatment with local doctors, but
did not get much relief. They said the dis
ease had become chronic. I then quit them
and tried various ointments and soaps for
another two years, but as soon as cold
weather came I was as bad off as ever, so I
finally decided to let medicine alone, and
for twelve or thirteen years did nothing
towards curing the Eczema, except bath
ing. This seemed to do about as much
good as anything I had tried.
During the time I lost about one-half of
my hair. I began S. S. S. doubtful of a
cure, because the disease had run so long,
but soon discovered your medicine was
doing me good, and continued to take it.
I used seven bottles, when I was com
pletely cured, not having a single spot on
my body, which before was almost com
pletely covered. F. C. NORFOLK.
1017 Hackberry St., Ottumwa, la.
The head, feet and hands are usually
the parts affected, though the disease ap
pears on other parts of the body. While ex
ternal applications allay the itching and
burning temporarily, it is the acids thrown
off by the blood that cause the irritation
and eruptions upon the skin. The acids
must be neutralized and the system cleans
ed of all humors and poisons before the
cure is permanent,
S. S. S. is guaran-
teed entirely free
of Potash, Arsenic
and other miner-
als. Book on the
skin and its dis
eases sent free.
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Tell people what you want
you're pretty sure to get It ia
The Journal's "Want" columns.
Only one cent a word.
Coal is going to be highbetter buy
North Star Blankets. They're as ser
viceable and &omical as.ever. North
StarlVooren Mills Co., 228 2d st S, Min
neapolis. One" block from Milwaukee
According to M. Champlonnlere, In a paper
read before ti-.e French academy of medicine, ap
pendicitis ,1s Infectious and may arise from influ
eza. It is commonest in countries where flesh
is eaten, and is graver in patients who eat
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C. B. SIMPSON, Box 88,
A Great Work of Famous Events in Our History
TWO VOLUMES, 1 WO PAGES. TELLING THE STORIES OP
How America's Heroes Won the Medal of Honor
Nearly1,000 original illustrations especially made for this work by well-known
artists, and thirty-two full-page reproductions from paintings introduce the dif-
ferent sections of the work. Beautiful bindings.
These books contain a perfect history of all important affairs of the Civil War
all campaigns against the Indians the Spanish-American war the Philippine in-
surrection the war in China, and the military affairs in Korea.
October 24,^ 1904/
At St. Augustine, Fla., is the only mill in the
world that sets its power direct from an artes
A man of Halifax, N S.. wanted a vacation
so badly that he pawned a cemetery lot in order
to pay the expense of one.
Chicago reports that her pneumonia season
has opened earlier than usual, and that many
of the cases are unusually severe.
BAND COMES TOMORROWn
VISIT OF FAMOUS GRENADIER
GUARDS BANDOVATION AT
CHICAGO, SATURDAY. $ 2
Tomorrow afternoon and evening the
people of Minneapolis will have an op- '$
portunity to hear the celebrated Grena
dier Guards band at the First Baptist
church. Since the" close of its St. Louis
engagement the band has been playing
in a number of the leading cities of the
United States, and has been received
with the most enthusiastic expressions
of pleasure. Its reception at Chicago,
Saturday, reached the high-water mark
in the way of enthusiastic greetings
and expressions of delight and pleasure.
When the band reached Chicagovit
was met by the members of the mayor's
reception committee, whose silk hats
formed a marked contrast to the high
bearskin busbies of the visitors. The
band was -first taken to the Board of
Trade, where it was given a genuine
ovation* and business was suspended.
Then the procession was joined by the
Second regiment band and marched to
the city hall, where Mayor Harrison
received Lieutenant Albert Williams,
the conductor. The Britons played the
"Star Spangled Banner," and the Sec
bnd Regiment band replied with The
An immense crowd followed the party
to the Art institute, and then the
British consulate in the_ Pullman build
ing was serenaded. This was followed
by a luncheon at the Auditorium, where
General Fred Funston toasted The
President of the United States," and
the British consul toasted The King.''
Mayor Harrison responded to the toast,
"Our Guests," and Captain. Jeffries,
the officer of the guards who is accom
panying the band, replied. It_ was an
enthusiastic and enjoyable musical love
The concert in the evening at the
Auditorium was almost without equal
for the enthusiasm shown by the audi
ence. Each number was followed by a
tremendous outburst of applause hats,
canes, flags and handkerchiefs filled
the air and the program was more than
doubled by the encores which were so
Q. L. Morrill's Advice Includes a Shot
Or. L. Morrill yesterday conducted the
last services of the People's church in
the K. of P. hall at Masonic Temple,
where thev have been held for two years
past, ana beginning next Sunday is to
reach at the new Unique theater. D.
Cubberly sang a solo and a string
sextette from the Danz orchestra ren
dered some delightful selections.
Mr. Morrill's topic was ''Stand Pat,"
based upon Paul's words, "Having dono
all, stand." The danger of today he
declared to be drifting. Men try to
play fast and loose
See Stockwell soonThat life insm
anceThe Penn Mutual, Andrus Bldg.
To California with Cobb.
The next "Rock Island" California
excursion under the direction of Mr.
H. J. Cobb, will leave Minneapolis and
St. Paul Oct. 26.
Only Z% days to Los Angeles. For
tickets, berths and full information,
apply at Bock Island ticket of fice, 322
Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis. H. J.
Cobb, Excursion Agent, or "W. L. Hath
away, District Passenger Agent.
Short Iiine to St. Louis.
The "Rock Island" operates two
daily trains to St. Louis. Cafe, obser
vation cars and Pullman sleeping cars.
Tickets and full information at city
office, 322 Nicollet av, Minneapolis,
Minn. A. L. Steece, city passenger
Illinois Central Railroad
World's fair service to St. Louis be
tween Chicago and St. Louis, leaving
Chicago at 8:50 a.m., 12:04 p.m^. 9:27
p.m. and 11:36 p.m. Dining, Buffet
Library, Sleeping and Free Reclining
Chair cars. Tickets to the fair at
greatly reduced rates. Ask for time
table' and literature. A. H. Hanson,
G. P. A., Chicago.
Cheap Bound Trip Bates to Colorado
from St. Paul and Minneapolis via
Chicago Great Western Railway.
$26.40 to Denver, Colorado Springs,
or Pueblo: $38.40 to Glenwood
Springs $38.40 to Salt Lake City,
Utah. Tickets on sale every day to
Sept. 30. Good to return until Oct. 31.
Two magnificently equipped trains
each way every day, making con
nections in Union station, Omaha, with
western lines. For further informa
tion, apply to R. H. Heard, General
Agent, corner Nicollet av. and 5th st,
The modern way of living produces "P'
constipation. It results in hundreds of
serious ailments, if allowed to run. Dr.
Lauritzen's Malt Tonic, taken regular-^
ly, will effect a permanent cure in the v$
most obstinate case of constipation. All*,&
druggists, or Lauritzen Malt Co., 1900
3d street NE, Minneapolis. %*$
Tourist Tickets to Florida, Etc., 'V3I
Are now on sale at lowest rates, via the
"Big Four Route" from Chicagoonly
line making Union Depot connection at
Cincinnati with Florida roads. Can go:
one way and return another, this year.
at $3.0(5 additional cost. For rates, etc.,
see your home agents or address J. C.
pucker, G, N. A., 233 Clark St., Chioago,
'Stan Pat good advice to the
boy in business, whose associates would
tempt him to dishonesty to the girl
whose companions would swerve her
from the pure ideals of a mother to the
minister whose heaviest contributor
seeks to shut his mouth from telling
needed truth to the editor urged to in
dorse public methods which in the priv
acy of his heart he knows to be wrongj
to'the voter who cannot indorse a can
didate, and is commanded to place party
above principle to parents whose false
modesty permits their children to grow
up in an ignorance which rums body,
mind and soul to citizens whom mal
odorous administrations seek to force
into conditions-'Hi blin*ffess, deafness
and dumbness to juries whose fear of
loss of popularity or gam leads to ver
dicts which are a travesty on justice,
human and divine."
ELKS ATTEND TONIGHT
They Will Be Prominent in the Orphe
The ."joyous countenances of the "Best
People'on Earth" will be seen in large
numbers at the Orpheum theater this
evening, when local lodge No. 44, fa
mous in lodge circles, will attend the
new vaudeville house in a body and
occupy a large' portion of the parquet,
dress circles and boxes.
This great turning out of the elect
is intended partlv as a compliment to
Manager F. B. Henderson, member or
the order and general good fellow,
and partly as a celebration of the com
pletion of a first-class theater devoted
to vaudevillefor the order of Elks
was initiated by a vaudeville performer
and hence that form of entertainment
has an especial interest to the Elks.
Several guests of social and political
prominence will be on hand and contrib
ute to the success of the evening, and
Manager Henderson will be a feature
of the performanceappearing on the
stage wearing, simultaneously, all the
hats he won by. completing and opening
the theater on schedule time.