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A SIRE ITARO3IETEIB.
Jl th Hie boy wiio KcUsthcpapor*'
»l*c? lie will tell you more about
circulation than all tlie affidavit*
il'Ht can be published. J tint try
and you will be convinced tliat the
C.lobe lead*- all.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
At tiio Following: Locations for
Insertion in. Daily and Sunday
Globe.
M.D. Merrill. _4£ Broadway.
If. H. Reeves, druggist, Moore block. Seven
torn
C. T. Ileller, druggist 688 St Peter street
fctraight Bros., druggists, corner of Rondo
t lid Giotto.
William K. Collier, druggist, 100 East Sev
enth street
A. T. Guernsey, druggist 171 Dale street.
V.A. Ilirscher, druggist -A- Rondo street.
Parker & Westby, druggists, t.u East Third
meet.
E. McCrudden. confectionery, 490 Rice
ttreet
V . A. Frost & Co., druggists, corner Selby
md Western avenues.
P. J. Vine, druggist. 300 Market corner
Filth.
SITUATIONS «ffi:ki!:i>
•Utiles.
A GENTS WASTED- Liberal salary paid;
at home or to travel: team furnished
free. P. O. Vickcry, Augusta, Me. ■
AGENTS wanted to sell our pocket hitch
ing posts: hitch a horse anywhere: sells
on sight Address, with stump, Muncie
Pocket Hitching Post Compouy, Muncie. Ind.
AGENTS make S5 a day; greates
kitchen utensil ever invented; retail
3") cts. ; two to six sold in every house ; sample
postage paid five cents. McMakin & Forshee
Cincinnati. O.
AGENTS for our new porcelain fire clay
cooking vessels; wages S3 to SI a day;
pay every two weeks. Address Cranston &
Co.. Xenia. Ohio.
AGENT wanted in each township; 52 to
510 daily; try it. Western Information
Bureau, 637 Guaranty Loan Building, Min
neapolis, Minnesota.
AGENTS — Salary or commission; the
greatest invention of the age: the New
Patent Chemical Ink-Erasing Pencil; sells
on sight; works like magic; agents are mak
ing from 525 to 5125 per week. For further
particulars write the Monroe Eraser Manu
facturing Company. X 4, La Crosse. Wis.
BARBER— Wanted, a first-class German
barber; must be steady. Address O. E.
Parker, Owatonua, Minn.
MEN to sell baking powder: steady em
ployment; experience unnecessary; 575
salary or com. U. S. Chemical Works. 840
Van Bureii, Chicago.
RELIABLE MEN wanted to distribute
circulars for large advertisers; cash
paid; enclose stamp; reference. "Distribut
ng Bureau," P. O. Box 1025, N. Y. City.
SOLICITORS— Wanted, men of energy
and tact to solicit for the Bankers' Life
Association of St. Paul. Minn; liberal con
tract aud splendid territory can be secured by
addressing Clarence S. hecor, St. Paul, Minn.
STENOGRAPHERS— Competent stenog
raphers and typewriter operators out of
employment are" invited to register their
names and qualifications with our employ
ment department: no charee to either em
ployer or employed. Wyckoff. Se&mans «fc
Benedict. 04 East Fourth st.
117" ANTED— Gentlemen of business cx-
V* perienee to represent a wealthy East
ern corporation. Address, with references,
Boom 14, Schutte Block, St Paul. Minn.
WANTED— Man to manage branch oflice;
»* salary SI. OOO per year; must furnish
pood references and 3600 cash capital. Ad
dress Room 43, Baldwin Block, Indianapolis,
Ind.
WANTED— Boys to set up pins in bowl
ing alleys at Foley's. 342 and 344 Jack
son st.
WANTED— Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy, shorthand, book
keeping, etc. students can earn board.
Globe Business College. Endicott Building.
WE WILL start you in a pleasant and
profitable business. Can be done at
your own home. No caoital reouired. No
•peddling, either sex. 550 a week easiiv made.
western Supply Company, St. Louis. "Mo.
PEHSOHAI.S.
ALWAYS KELIABLE— Madame Teits
worth, clairvoyant; business test medi
um: thirty years' experience. 643 Wabasha
St.. city.
ATTENTION, LADIES!— -■Emma" bust
developer will enlarge • your bust 5
Inches; guaranteed; sealed instructions. 2c.
or 24-page illustrated catalogue, 6c by mail.
Emma Toilet Bazar. Boston, Mass.
A RE VOL IN TROUBLE .— Consult
JIA- Madame Ina Walker, "life reader." for
faithful reading of your past, present and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
life by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, 51. 515 Wabasha St.. opposite
capitol.
LADIES, Tome is the only successful
Bust Developer known. Never fails.
$2.03. Full confidential particulars (sealed)
for 2c. stump. Mrs. Dr. 11. T. Miller, 21
<>uiney St., Chicago. *
LADIES— ST. PAUL VIA VI COM
pauy will furnish a 32-page health book
treating on diseases peculiar to the sex.
Send stamp or call at Koom 12, Germania
Bank, Fifth and Wabasha.
M A Kit Y— you want a husband or wife,
rich or poor. send two cents for matri
niouial paper; sent sealed in plain wrapper.
Mr. and Mrs. Drake, 34 Central Bank Build
ing. Chicago. 111. .. •:•->•■.-
MKS. DX. WILLIAM, clairvoyant aud
massagist; price. 59 cents and upwards.
642 Cedar.
MRS. A. F. BAGNELL.— Massage and
vapor baths. Room 7. 159 West Seventh
MEDIUM— Mme. Sandall gives advice on
all business and love affairs without
asking any questions: $s.oos challenge to any
medium or fortune teller that excels her. { 17
Beconu ay. south, Minneapolis; stairs.
SAN'TAO— For men only. Greatest Re
storer and Developer known. Strength
ens, Invigorates*. Mice Si. Guaranteed—
Btamp for confidential circular. Dr. 11. T.
Miller. 21 Quincy St., Chicago.
MKS. M. A. | i I Si J .; KALOO—
024 Wabasha St. — Magnetic and manage
..treatment for paralytic, rheumatism and
Mryous disease- ; also ba.hs _> a. m. to _ p.m.
THE SAINT. PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING.. DECEMBER .24, 1893.— TWENTY PAGES. -CHRISTMAS SULPLEMENT.
SITUATIONS OFFERED.
Females. .-:■ - . • ■
A El. .LADIES CALLING AT PROF.
Bovland's Dress Cutting School between
Christmas and New Years will be shown,
free of charge, how I draft mx Paunel Prin
cess, bias sleeve and full-skirt Coat. Wheth
er you want to learn or not, it will cost you
nothing to see how I draft them. I also want
five ladies to represent me ou the road to
take orders in dressmaking for my Twin
City Dressmaking Parlors for the spring
trade; none need apply but those who
have some experience and a little money.
775 St. Peter st. *
pOOK wanted at 112 Western ay.
C-.OOK— Good cook wanted at ISO Smith
' ay. ; call mornings. •
WASHER at Clarendon Hotel.
INIXG-ROOM GIRL— Wanted, first
class dining-room girl, 129 West 4th St.
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work: must Le good cook and laundress.
175 Pleasant ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework at once: small family. Call
today or Monday at 841 Rondo.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl
for general housework. 833 Laurel ay.
M WORK— Girl at 532 Como ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl tor
general housework; German or Nor
wegian preferred. Call at 229 East Ninth st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
general housework. Apply at 2a4 Day
ton ay.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl at once for
small family. 507 Woodward ay. (near
Bradley).
LA RPENTEUR always has orders; girls
wanted; one for North Dakota. 51
West Exchange. Telephone, 607.
NURSE GlßL— Wanted, girl to take care
of young children. Apply mornings.
230 Pleasant ay.
TEN GiRES wanted for general house
work. 390 Walnut st.
WANTED — Good general housework,
VV second girls' and cooks. Call Sunday.
543 Wabasha st.
WANTED— and gentlemen to or
ganize a dramatic club; none but those
somewhat talented need apply. Address V
144, Globe.
TT7"ANTEI)— Ladies and gentlemen to sell
*» Kiel's Bronze Color Box for Amateur
Decorating; fast seller; big profits to agents:
enclose stamp. Riel Bronze Co., 58 Dear
born st., Chicago.
FOiS SALE.
DOG— For sale, a pug dog, seven weeks
old; price. Inquire 423 Robert st,
corner Seventh.
FLKNITUKE— Flat top. 101 l 100 desk,
office chairs, tables, etc., for sale cheap.
Room 10, Globe.
FUKNITUI-E— A nice, clean lot of nearly
new furniture. including carpels, stoves,
etc., for sale at any price to Bell. Room
10, Globe Building.
FCKNITUKE— For sale, the entire lot of
furniture of a nine-room house; five
bedroom suits complete; pictures and bric-a
brac in all the rooms; Magee range No. 9;
large size Fisher refrigerator; good bedding,
carpets, etc. ; price. $225 cash. Parties call
until Tuesday noon at 65 East Twelfth.
rA"W BOOKS— A nice._clean lot of law
J books and case for sale very cheap; a
chance for soma student. Room 10, Globe
building.
PIANO— A standard make piano, never
used, for sale at just half of what it
cost. Koom 10. Globe.
PUP— A very fine cocker Spaniel pup for
sale cheap. 403 Thomas st. A nice
Christmas present for boy.
SEWING MACHINES— SeveraI sewing
machines, nearly new, warranted in per
fect condition, for sale at any price you will
give for them. Boom 10, Globe Building.
STOVE A square self-feeding, base-burn
ing heatiug stove, new* a few weeks ago,
for sale very cheap. 230 West Seventh st.
fpiTEWKITEK — Smith Premier type-
J- writer, used sixty days, sells for 550.
Do you waul it? Apply A 143. Globe.
WOOD— Mortgage sale of 2,000 cords of
the finest maple and oak wood ever
shipped to St. Paul; must be sold within the
next thirty days; prices cheaper than auy.
P. 11. Corcoran, assignee, 429 Wabasha st.,
corner Seventh st,
FIiVAKCIAI,.
| HONEY j
A May be tight and hard to get. but f
£ you can get all you want by asking $
? for it through the Globe Finan- 9
(9 clal Columns, to either buy or sell d
0 -STOCKS, BONDS, 2
4 MORI* GAGES. A
A BANK STOCKS. ?
_l GOVERNMENT BONDS. €
§ KAIL WAY SECURITIES, ft?
• INVESTMENTS %
P of any kind or character that the V
a financial world has to offer or to A
* get rid of. X
fi^'^_-^V?MSi^V^a^«_<__C-«_^
BANK STOCKS a specialty: bonds, com
mercial paper "mortgages, securities
bought and sold. George W. Jenks, Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building, Minneapolis.
LOANS on Furniture, Pianos, Diamonds,
etc. 13-14 First National Bank Building.
MON KIT LOAN j. on life insurance po
icies; or bought. L. P. Vau Normaa
(1 Guaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis.'!
MONEY ON HAND to loan on city prop
erty and farms: lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moritz. 1013 Pioneer Press.
MONEY TO LOAN on improved prop
erty in amounts and for time to suit.
Bonds, bank stocks, commercial papers ana
high-grade securities bought and sold. C.
Ernst & Co., Investment Bankers. Offices:
Germania Bank Building, St. Paul, and
Temple court, Minneapolis.
-P-R-I-V-A-T -£
Money loaned on diamonds, watches, pianos,
furniture or goods in storage at lowest
and small monthly return payments; notes
and mortgages bought; most private loan
rooms in the city. Ohio Investment Com*
pany, 132 Globe Building; take elevator.
ANT LOAN 535.000 at 6 per cent inter
» V est, first mortgage on improved prop
erty. Address G 146. Globe.
6 0.2. 7 AND 8 PEK CENT MONEY
1 to loan: no delay. William Canby, 610
Pioneer Press Building.
11f> PEK CENT EARNED by our syn"
AAtJ dicate in seven mouths; little capital
may be multiplied by our speculating sys
tem ; we are experts and successful opera
tors; book mailed free. W. A. Frazier <S* Co
1141 Monadnock Building, Chicago. '*
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS — THE
trustees of the State Savings bank,
Germania Life Insurance Company's build
ing, corner of Fourth and Minnesota sts.,
have declared a semi-annual dividend, at
the rate of .5 percent per annum, tor the
period ending Jan. Ist. 1804. Depositors en
titled to Interest under section 34 of the by
laws will please present their pass books at
the bank for entry on or after Jan. 20th, 1894.
The new interest period begins Jan. Ist, 1894.
All deposits made on or before Jan. 3d, 1894,
will be entitled to six months' interest July
1, 1.94.
TRUSTEES:
Gieenleaf Clark, John D. Luddon, Gustav
Willius. Samuel G. Smith, William Constaus
Harris Richardson, Ferdinand Willius, Am
bent 11. Wilder, Albert 11. Lindeke, John H
Sanborn, Thomas Fitzpatrick, Jul. 31. Gold
smith.
* SITUATIONS WASTED. .
SCSI I-Shlc
BOYS FOR PEACES, places lor boys;
employment bureau for poor boys, free.
Newsboys' Club R00m,3i3 Wabasha st ; open
from 11 to te a. m.. and from 7 to 9 p. m.
BOOKKEEPER— Wauted. any kind of
office work by first-class bookkeeper and
general office man; has also had experience
In railroad and express work; can operate
Remington typewriter and owns a No. 5 ma
chine; is weli-kuown and can furnish best
of city references. Address J 148. Globe.
BOOKKEEPER— A complete bookkeeper
and all-around oflice, at present with a
local wholesale house, desires to make a
change. Address O 147, Globe.
fiOACHMAS- Situation by young man as
v^ driver or coachman. C. Strong, North
St. Paul. Box 172.
pOLLECTOK- Wanted, situation by an
V-'. experienced collector; first-class refer
ences furnished. Address (B), 1607 Hewitt
ay.. Hamljue.
EMPLOYMENT- Will some charitably
*-* inclined -person give me employment of
some kind, office or any other*/ need work
bad: A 1 references. Address Work, Globe.
PAR3I MANAGER- wanted, a thorough
i- ly reliable and experienced man to take
charge of a first-class stock farm in North
Dakota: fine building, plenty of stock, feed !
and seed for the coming year; want party
who will take interest in the stock and ma
chinery; this is an excellent opportunity for
the right man. Address Frederics D. Culver
St. Paul, Minn.
Females.
nOMPOSITOR-Wanted-Lady compos-
V"J "or of four years' experience would like
a situation at once; references given. O 145,
Globe. '
U OUSKWOKK -Girl sixteen years old
i -i would like to learn to do'housework where
she can go home Saturday nights; will work
cheap this winter. Address 335 Lawson st.
LADIES can find best help; outside orders
au receive prompt attention. Mrs. Merrv
weather. 543 Wabasha. ■*
1\ v J5. SK — lady, competent nurse, would
-l *« like to make two or three engagements:
reasonable price at present to meet these
times. Address T 145, Globe.
SITUATIONS WANTEO-Two American
y cooks, two French and three Scandina
vian, with good references; also girls for
housework. 392 Selby ay.
OTENOGRAPHKR -Experienced lady
x-> stenographer desires a position: can give
good references from former employers* is
willing to assist with other office work: salary
moderate. Address J 147. Globe. *
WASHING- A girl wants to go out by
* » the day washing aud housecleanintr
Call No. 16 West Exchange st.
\\r ASHlNG— Wanted, washing to take at
» home. Call at 226 Rondo st.
HORSES ASP CARRIAGES.
CL^^'^r^/^*3^*g/^'*i^»^*^SV^^y'^!_fe^*§
j HAVE YOU A \
2 HORSE. %
5 CARRIAGE, ~Z_ f
? PHAETON. ' - &i£j $
$ VICTORIA. ' £
£ HARNESS, %
A SLEIGH. 5
_[ TJS PONY or X
? Us! JAUNTING 9
# CART d
# To Sell, or do you want to Buy one? ©
£ Try the Columns of >
I THE WANT PAGE. |
m^**^%*^'%r*SkVV%/&%£
A BRAND NEW single harnessr never
nsed; costS2B; sell for §15. Room 10.
Globe.
CURTAIN HACK, good running gears
with steel bobs; all for 8100.00. Phaetons,
buggies, cutters, grocery wagon, single har
nesses; also five horses cheap. 728 East
Seventh st.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— A fine
young horse, buggy and cutter for a high
grade 12-gauge ejector shotgun. Address
C. E. X„ Globe.
HORSE Wanted to buy, a good sound
horse; must be cheap. Inquire corner
Jackson and Valley sts.
WANTED— Horses to board; terms rea
sonable. Apply at Merriam's Farm,
or 791 East Seventh st.
lIT-AN-frED— 4 horse about 1,100 weight;
VV must be sound and cheap; will pay
cash. 68 East Magnolia it,
mmii nrfni ~ iii ■■wm ii mi il l ■rrnlTTir i
FOR RENT. i
Edward Coming's Rent Eist,
341 Robert SL
FINE eight-room* modem improved house
on Virginia ay., near Nelson: very low
rent to good tenant.
Twelve-room house suitable for boarding
house, 535 Mississippi; city water and low
rent for winter.
seven-room cottage, 657 Wabasha; city
water, and will fix up for good tenant: 815. "
Rooms and halls in Central block. Bridge
square: look them over before renting.
Store, 43 West Third st.; steam heat; low
Modern apartments for gentlemen, at 43 .__
West Third; steam heat, gas, bath and jan
itor services.
Sclsrarii's Renting Agency,
606 Manhattan Building.
CJ'JOBUUIt ST. —Eight rooms, hath.
v^'-JO furnace; will rent very cheap for
winter; nice home.
414 Edmund, eight rooms (two families),
cheap.
424 Edmund, seven rooms, water, cellar.
810. '
Fine four-room flat, second floor, 176 West
Fourth, $12.
Flat, seven rooms, bath, central, $20.
Flat, five rooms, second floor, central, 815
Bargains in stores, houses, furnished or un
furnished, flats, rooms; all prices.
J. W. Slicpai'd, 04 East 41U St.,
RENTS HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES,
acts as owners' agent: collects rents:
steam-heated apartments for §20, $25, $30 and
835; reduced rental.
Houses.
INE STORE ROOMS, LARGE HALL,
CORNER WABASHA AND THIRD
CHEAP; SEE IT. TAYLORS RENTING
AGENCY.
HOUSE— Comfortable, handy house for
rent, furnished or unfurnished; or will
sell furniture in house very cheap. Address
M. G. R., Globe.
HOUSE— Entire first floor, 593 Jackson St..
consisting of two beautiful parlors.
Esterley, 22 East Fourth st.
HOUSE— Nine-room furnished house for
rent until May or June 1, '94; good loca
tion; St. Anthony hill, near Summit ay. Ad
dress O 150, Globe.
HOUSES— Modern twelve-room houses;
central ; good location ; low rent. Mod
ern nine-room house. St. Anthony hill, SIS.
Cottage, 440 Iglehart, 812. Five rooms. 3(37
Smith ay., 812. Five rooms. Carroll and Ra
voux. $10. Rooms on second floor Seventh
and Wabasha. John R. Hickey. Germania
Lite Building, Minnesota aud Fourth.
STEAM-HEATED FEAT DOWNTOWN
ALL CONVENIENCES, CHEAP; GOOD
BUILDING: GREAT BARGAIN. TaY
LOR'S RENTING AGENCY.
TAi'LOK'S R HINTING AGENCY —
GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STORES, OFFICES, TAKE
CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. -
&t+ba* m ** r ~
1 IF YOU 3
g^: .-_..-.._... Want a Cook, -^
Slrv- Want a Situation, ~~*_»
§££ - Want a Salesman, .""... -~*«
®J^ "••"••••_•• • Want a Servant Girl, ......... _^^
g^-........ Want to Hire any Help, ....-^3
§^ •:• Want to Rent a Store, ...
©__~- Want an Agent or Partner, "~2
<g__~- Want to Buy, or Sell a Farm, I^3
§£l Want to Hire or Rent a House, ...,^2
g£^ . . . Want to Trade or Exchange Anything, . . . "^g
g£; . . Want to Find Anything You've Lost,".. "^
g^ . Want to Find Strayed or Stolen Animals, . S3)
|£~ You can do it easily through the Adlet Col-
&~- umns of the Globe, the Great Want Medium. !
©"Of 11/ ■' 111 111 111 It, i; / f * " ' ~ r>^fd
Flats.
"PLAT— a new four-room flat with bath
a- room; central location; rent $10. 057
Canada st.
CLAT— For rent, outside second floor, Flat
a. No. 21, the Virginia; seven rooms and
bath: overlooking Central park; steam heat,
hardwood finish and floors, electric light aud
gas. porcelain bath and lauudry tubs, gas
range, elevator, telephone, storeroom, etc :
present occupant will sublet unfurnished
immediately or any time prior to March 1,
1594: splendid opportunity to secure choice
summer and winter quarters. Apply after
noons. or write. G 14S, Globe.
FLAT— Elegant seven-room housekeeping
A. apartment, very central, with steam heat,
hot water, gas-range fixtures, window shades,
screens, etc. 05 Eleventh st.
grateful-comforting;
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST— SUPPER. : j
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations ot diges
tion aud nutrition, and by a careful applica
tion of the fine properties of well-selected
Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast
tables with a delicately flavored beverage
which may save us many heaw doctors' bills.
It is by the judicious use of such articles of
diet that a constitution maybe gradually
built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency. to disease. Hundreds of subtle
maladies are floating around us ready to at
tack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ourselves well fortified with pure blood and
a properly nourished frame."— "Civil Service
r Gazette."
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in half-pound tins, by Grocers,
labelled thus:
JAKES EPPS & CO., Lid., Pomceopatbio
Chemists, London, England.
• FOR REST. -
ICoonis.
A— HOTEI. BRUNSWICK, for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
CENTRAL AA ., NO. 74, AVEST— Very
nice front alcove room, with side rooms,
furnished or unfurnished; all modern con
veniences: rent very reasonable.
PIFTH ST., 119, WEST— Sitting room
x and bedroom, with heat; $8; opposite
Rice park.
FOURTH ST., NO. 48. AVEST— Two nicely
furnished, and large room, suitable for
lady or gentleman, very cheap.
MINNESOTA ST., Nicely furnished
rooms for rent.
•VjELSONAV., 29S— furnished rooms
li en suite, suitable for light housekeep
ing
PLEASANT AA ., 146— tour unfurnished
rooms, heated, for light housekeeping.
RICE ST., 260— For rent, furnished and
unfurnished rooms, cheap.
ROOMS— Single, double rooms and suites
at 27 and 179 East Seventh for rent.
Stees & Co.
ROOMS on second floor. Seventh and Wa-
XV basha. Five rooms, 182 Carroll, corner
Ravoux. 810. John R. Hickey. Germania
Life Building, Minnesota and Fourth.
RONDO ST., 163— For rent, three rooms
up stairs: water.
ROBERT ST. 535.— R0r rent, front parlor
bedroom, nicely furnished, heated and
all Improvements, suitable for two, 810.00 per
month; also oue largeroom for $8.00
OMITH AY., 113— To rent, a small, neatly
O furnished front room; cheap.
ST. PETER ST.. 775— Corner Wabasha—
One or two gentlemen can find nicely \
furnished room with steam heat, gas and
bath.
ÜBIBI AAV 257 — Front alcove room,
O with board.
ELBY A Y., 300- Furnished rooms, one
having large alcove, single or en suite,
for light housekeeping; heat, gas aud bath.
rpENTH St., 414 East,— Lafayette.
A Park ßoom, furnished, 4to 6, Gilfillan
Row.
ASHINGTON ST., 371. NORTH—
furnished rooms; one front, with use
of parlor; one side, with heat; rent reason
able; call today.
ABAS A ST., 523. S— Corner Tenth St.
—Furnished. rooms for rent; rooms
warm: place quiet. '
ABASHA ST.. 326— Corner of Fourth—
Room 18. Third Floor— One or two
gentlemen can find two comfortably fur
nished and centrally located rooms, " with
steam heat and incandescent electric lights.
at a moderate price,
\A/ABASHA ST.. 424— Corner Seventh—
VV Furnished rooms, en suite or single.
Rooms.
TTTABASHA ST., 5.3V_-Corner TenTh St.
*» — Furnished rooms far rent: rooms
warm, place quiet.
Stores.
STOKE— rent, after Feb. 1 next, on
O Seventh st.. double store with a frontage
of 50 and a depth of 100 feet, with basement
and steam heat; store now occupied by
Brown. Frost 4- Co. Apply to A. McQuillan,
53 Gilfillan block.
Offices.
OFFICES— A few very desirable law of
fices in Gilfillan Block, in suites of two,
three or four rooms; two single rooms; also
two large single front rooms on first and sec
ond floors," with large vaults; special induce
ments given if taken before Jan. L J K.
Hoffman, Gilfillan Block.
INSTRUCTIONS.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR by attending
the J. D. Hess Shorthand School, Pio
i neer Press Building, and prepare yourself
for filling a desirable position. Best corps
of teachers in the Northwest.
£ LOCUTION, Delsarte and dramatic cult
ure: private and class lessons. Miss
Baas; Studio 340 Grove st. •>;-.-
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC
and Art, 26 East Exchange St., St. Paul—
Piano, violin, guitar and mandolin taught.
Lessons given in drawing and painting. Call ■
or send o- prospectus. -
MISCELLANEOUS. "*
MASQUERADE AND THEATER COS
tumes, wigs, masks and grease paint.
Mrs. Louisa Neitmann. 56 East Seventh st. *
THE BEST PLACE to get your sewing
machines repaired is at P. P. Barthel's
Sewing Machine Repair and Manufacturing
Works, 244 East Fourth St., _. t. Paul, Minn.
REAE ESTATE FOR SALE.
Suburban.
L" MPROVED FARM FOR SALE—
acres, fifteen rods from depot of Kirsch,
Minn. ; good place for a general store; 3,000
cords of wood can be cut on place; price,
$1,000; will take a team as part pay. E. F.
Anderson, 324 Jenks. St. Paul.
ST. ANTHONY PARK NORTH—Valu
able residence lots for sale in the above
addition at reasonable prices. J. B. Jett,
Secretary, Room 9, National German-Ameri
can Bank Building.
WORKINGMEN— Now is your time to
get a farm; 160 acres on fine lake at
$15 per acre, easy terms, good soil; 63V2
acres at $12 per acre; 40 acres -at $15 per acre;
mile and a quarter to railroad station ; fif
teen miles to St. .Paul or Minneapolis. J.
Finch. Room 39, Gilfillan building, Fourth.
aud Jackson. ■■ ■■"
"I 5fA ACRES LAND FOR SALE — 160
, J-UU acres under cultivation, balance hay
meadow; two miles from railroad station,
Holloway, Minn. Will sell for 81,000. if taken
before spring. I have also two quarter sec
tions land adjoining, which I will sell also if
desired. Address Box 3. Holloway. Minn.
■ BUSINESS U_lAXf.fi *.
FINE .GROCERY, cash sales 8125 per
day: No. 1 meat market, sales Sloo daily;
good boarding house, seventeen steady
boarders; the best located restaurant In the
city; very neat confectionery and cigar store;
county and state rights for good patent for
sale or exchange for property: business of
any kind bought, sold and exchanged. J. W.
Shafer, Manhattan Building.
MEAT MARKET— One of the best loca
tions in the city lor sale cheap; owuer
leaving city. 'Address B 146, Globe.
ONE. TWO OK THREE THOUSAND
dollars to invest, without service, for
five years; don't answer unless it is a big
snap and first-class security. Address G 147,
Globe.
PARTNER wanted in a good established
saloon; party with small capital; do not
answer unless you mean business. Address
T 147, Globe. . _
PARTNER WANTED with capital, to
take a water right, help to construct a
ditch, and take a desert land claim. Address
George Walter, Big Sandy, Mont.
SALOON FIXTURES for sale or rent;
also lease ot store and house. Inquire
704 Jefferson st. northeast, Minneapolis; cen
tral location; old established sample room.
WANTED— To rent a small country
newspaper of one year or more. Ad
dress A 142. Globe. . "
WANTED— A partner with 82.000 cash
84,000 to 810.000 profits: quick returns;
this is the chance of a lifetime. "Mac," 456
Globe, Minneapolis.
WANTED— A partner with S6OO cash in
a good wholesale aud retail jewelry
business; watchmaker preferred. For par
tioulari address E 141, Globe.
WANTED TO RENT. g
DOARD-Wanted, room aud board for two
El 4* Gl 0 be ea; viciDity Col °J-uade. Address
F L fl_^ -V l ante ? to reilt * a steam-heated
;?.„« flat, where I can accommodate a few
nice boarders: must be central; terms rea
sonable. Address O 140. Globe.
If OUSE- Wanted to rent, house with about
_!.£• three acres land for chicken rarm near
city; also furnished house on Hill: medium
ha Uan ßuhd7ng. I{emlUg **"»*«» Mau ~
13 OOM WANTED-Furnished room for
a\ t^?,^ c S t , le . meu: near Colonnade. Ad
dress E 140. Globe. ■<_
TO EXCHANGE.
T^XCHANGE-Pentwater,Mich.,storebund
-L* ing and 160 acres Dakota land—S6.ooo
-want merchandise. J. T. Judd, 167 Dearborn
St.. Chicago.
OTOVE— Wanted to trade, a small stove for
4>__ a larger one: will pa difference in cash.
Address L 132, Globe.
TO EXCHANGE-Wanted, to exchange
a fine team of horses for a retail cigar
store; will give some cash. J. H. Morong
Robert st.iS_SH9EB£9H °
WILL EXCHANGE CLEAR LOTS
in St. Paul Park, on Broad wav, for a
good, clean equity in Sl. Paul. Address with
full particulars. C. M. E.. Globe.
DANCING.
ALTZING TAUGHT EASY— Privst
lessons given in ballroom dancing
Address James Bodka. 522 Cedar. -
WANTED TO BUY.
CLOTHING — Wanted, to buy second
* hand clothing; will call for same. 130
La Sixth st., opposite By aa hotel.
LOST AMP FOIIMD.
C CLOTHES LOST— Somewhere between
J Western ay. and St. Albans st., on Ash
land or Hague ay.. a package of brown pa
per containing a child's flannel night dress
and white apron ; finder will be rewarded by
returning same to 102 Western ay.
DOG LOST AII-brown water spaniel: no
white on him; extra claw on each hind
foot; nine months old; reward F. A. Ryno,
Powers Dry Goods Co.
DOG LOST— Brown water spaniel; white
breast and small white spot on nose; Tax
Tag No. 35, White Bear. Reward if returned
to 37, Hotel Barteau.
EYEGLASSES LOST- On Sherman St..
between Seventh aud Pleasant, a pair
of eyeglasses. Pleaso return to 3.5 Pleas
ant ay.
PONY LOST— McCarron Lake. Shet
land pony. Finder leave notice at 580
Robert st. ..." • 7"
PURSE LOST — Yesterday, red lady's
purse, containing $20 gold piece, two $10
bills and silver change. Liberal reward will
be given for return to W. A. Frost & Co.
PARTY WHO TOOK WATCH AND
chain from 255 Grove st. had better re
turn to avoid trouble. C. C. Wurst.
RING — Near Hastings, on morning
of Sept. 12, by dropping from the Bur
lington train, a gentleman's diamond ring.
Full value of the ring will be paid to any oue
returning to W. E. Magraw, Globe counting
room .
ROBE LOST— On St. Anthony hill, last
Saturday night, black bear robe with
white border. Return to E. B. Hubbard,
care of Lindeke, Warner & Schurmeier, and
receive reward.
SPECTACLES LOST — Pair of gold
rimmed spectacles, between the Metro
] olitan opera house and Ryan hotel. Finder
please leave them at the Metropolitan opera
house.
BOAttD OFFEREIK
BOARD— Front room, with alcove and
first-ciass boßrd; all conveniences;
half a block from Selby cable; terms reason
able. 155 Nina ay.
BOAKD— Room and board; front room
and three middle-sized rooms, with all
the comforts of home; bath and furnace
heat. Apply at 201 East Thirteenth st., near
Jackson.
BOARD— furnished front room,
with board. 578 Cedar st.
BOAR >i— Pleasant furnished room, with
bath and furnace heat, with or without
board. 02 East Eleventh st.
BOARD Steam-heated rooms and board;
rates made to suit the times. Hotel Ar
lington.
BOARD — a commodious alcove room,
light, cheerful and well furnished.with
in easy walking distance of the business cen
ter, rent; beard if desired. 21 East Col
lege ay.
BOARD— Lytle Terrace. 528 Cedar— For
rent, one elegant suite of three rooms,
first floor, alsojsiugle rooms, with board .
BOARD— Bright south-facing rooms, well
furnished; all conveniences; with board.
522 Cedar St., Lylic Terrace.
BOARD Hoard and room; (5 o'clock din
ner; parlor and piano; library 300 vol
umes; make yourself at home. 561'ilton.
BOARD— large front rooms with
board: 6 o'clock dinner. 1-15 Pleasant ay.
THE NORWOOD— St., Near Sib
ley—Heated rooms, with board, 54 to SO
per week; transients, §1 per day.
PROFESSIONAL.
Miss SCHECKNER, MASS AGIST; Su-
ILL perfluous hair pet manently removed by
entirely new process; perfectly harmless;
satisfaction guaranteed. Room 54, New
Maunhcimer Building.
MRS. BALDWIN removes superlluous
hair, moles, etc by electricity: only
positive and permanent remedy known: five
years' experience; references given. Webber
Block, Sixth and Washington sts.; in the
same block as the Misses Pierce.
MRS. VAN O'BLENlS— Massage and
manicuring; hours. 9 a. m. to 5:39 p. m.
Room 11, Germania Hank, r.th and Wabasha
CHIROPODIST.
CHIROPODIST — Good thing for sore
feet. Good Luck Salve sure cure for
chilblains and all other frost bites. If your
druggist does not keep it. send or call W. 11.
Lockwood, Chiropodist, 293 and _!_■_ Endicott
Arcade building; 25c, 50c and Sl box.
MEDICAL.
LADIES ! Cbicbenter's Jt<;ii-rli»iii»eii
nyroyal Pill* (Diamond Brand), are
tlie Best. Safe, Reliable. Take no other.
Send 4c (stamos) for particulars. "Relief
for Ladies," in letterby Return Mull. A
Druggists. CHICHESTER CHEMI
ALIO., Pliiladeplila, Pa.
TYPEWRITERS AIWA SUP
PLIES.
TIIE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER—
A Constantly improved; desks for all ma
chines paper, ribbons, carbon; Bend for
ctaalogue. Wyckoff, Seamaus &. Benedict,
East Fourth st.
BOAKD WASTER.
BOARD— Wanted, room and board for
two; very reasonable; state price. Ad
dress M 145, Globe.
DYE WORKS.
KAHLEKT & MINTEL — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works, 244 East Seventh.
ACCOESTASTS.
H>i. TEMPLE, sit. Germania Life lnsur
• ance Building, expert and auditwork
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS— U. S.
Indian Service, Crow Creek and Lower
Brule Agency, Crow Creek, Buffalo County,
S. D., December 6, IS93.— Sealed Proposals,
indorsed "Proposals for Buildings," and ad
dressed to the undersigned at Crow Creek,
Bntfalo County, S. D., will be received at
this agency until 1 o'clock p. m. of Decem
ber 27, 1893, for furnishing all necessary ma
terials and labor and erecting and complet
ing on the sites selected therefor on the
Lower Brule reservation. S. D., one (I) two
story frame warehouse building; eight (8)
two-story frame dwellings, and one (1) two
story frame stable— all in accordance with
the plans and specifications, which may De
examined at the offices of the Builders' E
xchange, st. Paul, Minn.: the Builders and
Traders' Exchange, Omaha, Nebr.; the
'•Tribune," of Sioux City. Iowa: the "Dakota
Democrat," of Chamberlain, S. D., and at
this Agency. The buildings must be com
pleted and ready for occupancy by the Gov
ernment not later than June 30, 1894, and if
not completed on that date a penalty of
830.00 per day for each day's delay will" be
enforced against the contractor and de
ducted from the contract price to be paid.
A form of proposal is attached to the speci
fications. The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids or any part of any bid, if deemed
for the best interest of the service. All
bidders will be held to conform to the pro
visions of the Act of Congress, approved
August 1, 1892, relating to the limitation of
the hours of daily service of mechanics and
laborers employed upon the public works of
the United States and the District of Colum
bia. -'.:..'.- ■■•-*
.' CERTIFIED CHECKS.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upou some United States
Depository or solvent National Bank in the
vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made
payable to the order of the Commissioner of
Indian Affairs, for at least five per cent of
the amount of the proposal, which check or '
draft will be forfeited to the United states in
case any • bidder .or bidders receiving an
award shall fail to promptly execute a con
tract with good and sufficient sureties, other
wise to be returned to the bidder. Bids ac
companied by cash in lieu of a certified
check will not be considered. Forfurther
information as to location of the building
sites, means of transportation, etc., etc., ap
ply to * FREDERICK TREON,
U. S, Indian Agent.
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ST. PAUL'S WEEKLY RECORD
i. I oil day.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John A. Johnson.. Emilia W. Hultmans
Henry Keiper Julianua Matzke
Henry Kenker Anna Pottker
Alfred 13. Flarsheim... Carolyn L. Kose
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Annie ß.Thomas, 409 E. Fifth st..Gyears
Thos. Ilegney, 4s Manitoba a y . .30 years
James Pewters, St. Anthony Dk..15 mo.
Michael White _ . . 85 years
Tuesday.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Emanuel R. O. Hollensted..M. J. Clark
Louis Schmidt Cora Zimmerman
Howard S. Mclntyre Mary S. Hyde
George Wilson Sue Eleanor Hoyt
Almond McGill Alice lirundle
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Uube.... Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ahem Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John Linden Girl
Mr. and Mrs. John Gebhardt Boy
Mr. and Mrs. P. Y. Bugger Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Alenterio Daddario...Boy
Mr. anil Mrs. John Sadler Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schleck Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sorenson Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mattson Boy
Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bland Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Carlson Girl
Mr. anti Mrs. Peter Biener Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hermann Boy
Mr. aud Mis. Napoleon Lizee Girl
DEATHS REPORTED.
Mrs.F.W.Hecker, Laurel and West'n.B3
E Dougherty, House Good Shepherd.. 3s
Thomas Keating. 00 Wilkin 92 yrs
Katie Streckel, Wayzala and Rice 33
Sophia Hillman, Beech street . . .07 yrs
C. Christensen.l'JO Albemarle 88 yrs
Charles Johnson, 031 Mississippi.. 34 yrs
Wednesday.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
George Winberg Hilda Johnson
Nels J. Mattson Amanda C. Brandt
F. W. Chickering......M. W. Davidson
Alfred T. Can Belle S. Doyle
Emil Bostrom Mathilda Blenagren
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lorenz Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ganen Girl
Mr. aud Mrs. James M. Schmidt... .Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Toppmeier..Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Lang Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hill. Girl
Mr. add Mrs. Andrew Bennckson..Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman Boy
Mr. and Mrs. C. Swanson Girl
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Weber Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gustafson Boy
DEATHS REPORTED.
Hugh Murry. Tenth and Robert.. .B2 yrs
Mary K. Ball, 1129 Beech 74 years
Butz Donnelly, 1205 8eech.. .2)4 months
James J. Heneny, city hospital. 4B years
John Grestnch, 705 Butternut. s)4 years
Louisa Kloeber, 808 Butternut. of_ years
Thursday*.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
B. W. Van Kleeck ..Martha S. Gorman
J. L. Wheelock. Sarah Perry
John Peterson Annie Nelson
A. Edlund Amanda L. Shipp
Willard B. C10w... Louise Anderson
Oscar M. Parks Georgana Congdon
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McLaur Girl
Mr. and Mrs. John Destert.. Boy
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hopperstead.. Boy
DEATH REPORTED.
C. C. Swineburne,223 Farrington. 62 yra
Friday.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Axel T. Edstrom Mamie Larson
Ferdinand A. Moore.. J. E. Gottry
G. A. Johnson AEda Gunderson
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mularczyk...Girl
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Runqirst .* Girl
Mr. and Mrs. William Thorle Boy
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bamford.Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dingle Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Frales Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walsh Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kedauakuco...Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonald. ...Girl
DEATHS REPORTED.
Henry Mehr, St. Joseph's hosp'l.3B years
Fritz Seiberlich, Ricestreet 25 years
William J. Wallace, 90 Wilkin. .o7 years
Maria Itmar, 1588 West .Seventh. 7o years
Henry Rollins. 109 East Ninth.. 27 years
Pasaquale F. Ferreri, Chestnut. 24 years
Saturday.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
William Cohen R. Rebenovltz
John R. Ulyat Josephine Carroll
T. D. Forbes Mcl li tie J. Willoughby
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Mr. and Mrs, James Kennelly Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Thowald H. Ressunu.Glrl
Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Juds Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luby. Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Friburg .Girl
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien Boy
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mcßride ...Boy
DEATHS REPORTED.'
John De Graw, 597 Cedar 82 years
Henry Adams, Almshouse 41 years
Mary L. Bassett, 459 Fuller 38 years
Lucy Hull, St. Luke's hospital. 08 years
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