OCR Interpretation


St. Paul daily globe. (Saint Paul, Minn.) 1884-1896, October 31, 1894, Image 7

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059522/1894-10-31/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

"A LITTLE WANT
TRY ONE SUNDAY.
TRY THE SUOSE'S POPULAR WANTS AND SE CONVINCED.
f^M-^fe^-^^^s
/ tIKE It A KOHI ITER.
H#li tVc boy vilio ►oil* flip f>n»>er«
j>vd lie will tell aoh more about
< ireiiiaiion (him all tho afl^davlt*
li.-at can be |u:brl-l-cd. Juki try It
mrd yen will bo ii.iniiciec .«.»(. lile
x lobe lead- ail.
IEMS WANTS BY MAIL.
All Want Ads, ere rent a wod each inser
ter. Nothing less than 15 cents. Adver
iritn cuts from cut-cf-town tent any day by
erai! to the Gi.obk, accompanied by rennt
ttiie at atcve rate, will le invariably in
itited tl.e following morning.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
A t the Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
<;!obe, at the Same Katies as
Charged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON KILLS.
CE. Marelius Drugstore
< Ol;. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
ILJurgcson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND REANEY ST, ;
A AG. A. Schumacher. Drug Store
154 PAYNE AVENUE.
A.Kerniann Grocery Store
COB. BURR AND MINNEHAHA
DAYTON'S BUFF.
lever Westby Drugstore
tcT'.i EAST THIRD STREET.
J. C. Vatider Bie.lce Cream & Confectionery
515 EAST SEVENTH ST.
HAJSLINE,
I -'rmline Pharmacy. Drugstore
'■■ U SNELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY'.
JceephArgay DrugS re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
t.D. Merrill Newsstand
i-l-J. BEOADWAY'.
JIEKKIArH PARK.
A.-L. Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
.«T. ANTHONY HILL.
W.A.Frost &Co Drugstore
SELBY AND WESTEBN AYS.
Straight Bros Drugstore
RONDO AND GROTTO STS.
A. A. Campbell .. Drugstore
■f'Jj RONDO STREET.
CA. Lyons Drug store
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
A.T.Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
r.McCruddeu Confectioner
496 BICE STBEBT.

t MON PARK.
C A. Moncbow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY' AND PRIOR AYS.
FFPKK TOWN.
S.H. Reeves :.. Drugstore
MOOUE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER and TENTH STS.
j B.J. Witte Drugstore
ICO MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
W.E.Lowe Drugstore
F.OEERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R. T. Wincott & Co Drugstore
COR RICE AND IGLEHART.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. <S:G. A. Schumacher Drugstore
409 WEST SEVENTH ST.
F. J.Muller. Drug Stor
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
WEST SIDE.
She Eclipse Drugstore
.-. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AY.
CT. Dunn Cigar and Newsstand
426 S. ROBERT STREET.
CcoreeMarli Drugstore
S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AY.
O. Berne 6 .'.........8arber5h0p
Si'-7E. FAIRFIELD AY.
fccordstraai P.NHsriotio.i Dm: Store ......
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD. ,
A.T. Ha 11...... Drugstore
CORNERS. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
TRY CHE MONDAY.
feiTi ATIOXS QFft;ia;i>,
nil's.
A— THOROUGHLY experienced sales- I
• men to sell our high-grade lubricating !
oils greases, and famous iciani Botha Com- j
pound; liberal terms to a tirst-class man. j
Kg':!,, ble Kenning Company, Cleveland. O.
A <;!■>,: — Wasted, agents for Banters'
Life association, St. Paul, Minn. : strongest
home company furnishing guarantied pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position i
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota
Write for agency.
AOKNTS to take orders by sample at home
or travel. We pay liberal salary mid
expenses or good commission nnd furnish
samples to right applicant. Address Lock
Box KM. New York (.Ilv.
ADV*.KTI>I\<; sot.lC.Till!—Experi
enced. Apply to E. C. Devine, Daily
Free Press, 14 East Seventh St.
BAKItKIr — First-class barber; no oilier
need apply. Hotel St. Louis, Duluth.
Wages. $.i per week.
GOOD MEAI.s for 10, is and 2c. Borne-
T made sausage, hoi cakes, syiun and cof
fee Lie. Central itestaurant, 414 Jackson, '
MAN treated to work iv lodging house:
J-'-l must have S.">o security. Call AM Rob
ert st.
Physician Wanted, a physician to
take charge of the family and hospital
practice in Minneapolis: one about forty-fire
to fifty years old preferred; must have best of
references. Apply by leiter. stating salary
expected, to George W. litiapp. care of this
oflice.
WANT..D— Young people to learn teleg
raphy, shorthand, bookkeeping, etc. ;
niglit school, four nights weekly. Globe
Business College, Endii Blinding.
WANTED—* an with horse and buggy to
sell our yeast; stale age. if married or
snide, and previous occupation; reference
required: a man that lias been iv ihe gro
cery or bakery business preferred. Address
ltediske Vinegar Cotni any. Milwaukee, tt is.
WANTED— to travel; position per
manent, salary and commission: fast
selling specialties: apply now. Luke Broth
ers Co., Nurserymen, Chicago.
CO.fWl AND IXl'l/NSKi VAlx, TO
xfpiJxJxJ competent men lirst year or larse
commission, selling staple goods by sample
to merchants. No peddling: experience mi
necessary. For scaled particulars- send
stamp. Household Specialty Company, 73
Fourth st-, Cincinnati. O. \-i.v
female
DXi »MAKKIi- Wanted at once, dress
maker for repair work. 449 Jackson,
City.
HorsKWOKK — General servant for
' country residence; two in family: no
farm work; none but an honest, steady
German gin need apply; references re
quired. Address .M., Box 195, st. James,
Minn.
HODS*. WOKK— Wanted, girl for gen
eral housework. 41" Selby ex.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent mrl
for general housework. 133 West
Fifth st. - „
HOUSEWORK— Girl wanted lor general
housework. Mrs -J. B. West. UI Crocus
Hill, coiner Dale and Goodrich ay.
NURSE <;l .:!.— Wanted, a reliable nurse
girl. Apply mornings, at 519 lclehart st.
/"vjc'FU'E WORK— Wanted, young lady to
A-S assist in office work: also saleslady. Ad
dress (J 1?. Globe. .
m^C ND OIRI,- Wanted* second girl in
O small family; reference lequired. U7G
ay ton ay. - ■' .- • -„' .'_■■
WANTED— Kitchen girl for restaurant,
must be German, SIS; good cook in pri
vate family. §18: six gills for housework,
good wages; middle-aged German house-
Keeper. 424 Wabasha.
WANTKO— Ladies to write at home. $3)
weekly: inclose stamp. Louise smith,
Milwaukee. Wis.
SITt:AT£OX^%VA^.T"r."t»
Male.
BOYS IOK l'],.ll'! places for boys
employment bureau for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Club 800m. 313 Wabasha sl ; open
irom il to : 'a. in., and from ;1 > p. m.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, a position as
bookkeeper by young man: ten years'
experience; best ff references; will "work
cheap. Address Y. It , Globe.
BOY 15 would lite situation as bell boy,
errand boy or oliice boy. Address Mli
Globe.
BOOKKEEPER — Wanted, by a young
man. a position as a bookie ener: situa
tion in a bank preferred; am a graduate ot
Curtiss college; can give references .as to
character and ability. Address Box 527,
New L'lm. Minn.
COOK— Wauled, situation by first-class
' cook (ntale.i; hotel or restaurant; city
references. FK, Globe.
CLERK— A yonng man of thorough ex
perience in the clothing anil dry goods
trade seeks a position: good recommenda
tions. Address P' O. Box 489, Hirer Falls,
Wis.
COACHMAN — Position of any kind
J wanted by a young man; is well ac
quainted in the city and has the best ot de
references as coachman. Address C. J., 418
Superior St.. city.
COACHMAN' — Situation as coachman by
a young colored man: good city refer
ences. 84 Norris st.
CiOACHMAN, take care of stear.i plant.
■> janitor or drive delivery wagon. Ad
dress P. N., 204 East Ninth st.
ELIVKRV MAN- German; well ac
quainted in city. W. G., 447 St. Peter,
Room 5.
DELIVERY MAN wants work driving a
delivery wagon, or would like work
around some store; is very useful aud in
need of work: well acquainted in the city.
Address Driver, 458 East Sixth st.
EMPLOYMENT— A young man eighteen
years of age wishes work of any kind.
Address M. J.. 50 West Chicago ay.. City.
EMPLOYMENT— A business man thirty
years old, of good appearance, talks and
writes German, Scandinavian and English,
wants work iv business of any kind. Ad
dress M. lljorth. 433 Selby ay. '• :. *
EMPLOYMENT— A vouug man wants
light work of some kind where be don't
have to do much walking. Address IS Sum
mit ay. •-'■-. • .. ; .■"-..:•?
IKKMAN-W to take care of fur
naces for the winter by a first-class fire
man: will work reasonable; please call or
address 427 Selby nv. . -
PRINTER— First-class all-around printer,
with editorial experience, wants a situ
ation in good country office at moderate sa -
ary. Address Printer, 11 East Third St.. St.
Paul.
_ ___
STENOGRAPHER- a male stenographer
'J wants work; can furnish good references
and will work lor moderate saiary. 61 East
Eleventh st.
SITUATION wanted, by a boy eighteen
l-- 1 years old. willing todo workof any kind;
cau furnish best of references; G. It. "Hayes,
121 Seventh st. southeast, Miniieapolis.Minn.
ORK FOR BOARD— An honest and
willing young man wants to take care
of horses, or will do any kind of work for his
board and go to school". J. A., 641 Endicotl
building.
OiiKPOK BOAKO-I am willing lo
work for board and small wages. 487
Virginia ay.
females.
—AT 8. LOU is PRKsBREY'S'em
• ployment office, first-class domestic
help; orders promptly filled. 54-' Minnesota
St., near High school. Telephone 077.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, aud it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
CASH IKK— Wanted, position as cashier
or assistant 'bookkeeper and general
ofiice clerk; seven years' experience; good
references. Address KR, Globe.
COMPANION— a position as
companion to some lady; will be willing
10 help in the house. Audress M. G., Globe.
CIOOU— Wanted— A first-class cook, under
■> stands all brant lies of cooking, wants a
situation:' first-class city reference. Address
U. P., 405 Kice st.
TUft ' FAINT PAUL -JXAJT/7^ CJ.OftV/. WfBNJ-FBAY MfPN'^.. fHOIFR Si, ipo*. • y
TELES THE STORY EVERYWHERE,'
TRY mi TUESDAY.
SITUATION** WAS i *•!>
JrVmalcK.' }
COOK— situation .wanted by a cook;
American; also first-class second girl.
302 Selby ay
Dlt ssmakkr — Experienced dress
. maker would like a few more engage
ments iv families. Address ati West Central
11 v. •
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, day work of
any kind; housecleaning or any kind
of work. Call l-.i' East Tenth st. ;
Employment— A graduate of the high
school wants work of any kind; can sew,
nurse or do second work. Call or address
Oil St. Anthony ay.
FURSi.WER— Young lady would tike a
I- position to sew on fur: has had ex
perience. Address N 13, Globe.
HOUSEWORK— At Mrs. Seidell's. 444
Wabasha, two German girls, experi
enccd in general housework aud cooking,,
want situations at once.
HOUSEWORK— A Norwegian girl would
like housework in small family: has
experience. Address V '!, Globe.
HOUSEKEEPER— English lady, with
little boy four years old. wants place as
housekeeper: iv or out of city. Call or ad
dress 383 East Sixth st.
HOUS..KEEPE — VVauied, a position as
managing housekeeper by a young '
widow. Address V Sri. Globe. ]
HOI'SEKEEPK — Itefined German lady
wouid like to take care of a household;
is musical; references exchanged. Address
Z 11), Globe. . _
J ADIES can find best help for outside of
J city: write at once. Mrs. Merryweather,
54' l Wabasha st, ■ ;
111 II. LINER— First-class milliner wants
■c-'-l position: no objection to leaving the
city. l'7c) Earl street.
NI'KSF— Wanted, by experienced elderly
1' nurse, situation in private family: best
of city references. Call or address 127 East
Fifth st.
NURSE — Experienced nurse will take
' any sick case at reasonable price. Ad
dress Mrs. A. Sacho, 956 Cortland St., corner
Case, city.
NIT ESK — A good, competent girl desires a
situation as nurse, general work or auy
kind of work where she can go home nights;
has first-class city references. Please call or
address 442 Pleasant ay.
NURSE— Woman wants children to take
care of and board. Mil Jen St.
JV URSSC— Young lady desires good situa
li tion as child's nurse; able to do plain
sewing. C. S. L.. Globe.
NURSj — A nurse waats sick nursing of
any kind; can give best of city refer
ences; wili work cheap. Address. 238 A
nnapolis St.. West St. Paul.
OFICl: WORK — Young lady desires
position iv a doctor's or dentist's office;
reference given. F9, Globe.
SECOND WWIIK- A girl would like to
get a position in private family at
secoud work or housemaid. Address L 14,
Globe.
rKNOGKAPH ER — Wanted, situation
by competent, experienced stenographer.
Address 11. 162 College ay.. Ctty.
WAIST HAND — Experienced waist
hand wants work in a dressmaking
shop. Address 670 Cherokee ay.
\\r ASHING wanted at 456 East Sixth;
»V called for and delivered.
WASHING— A poor woman would like
to go out washing or do any other
kind of day work. Call at ISO Forbes ay.
WASHING— Wanted, washing to do at
home. Mrs. Kagerer. 727 Charles st.
Washing— Woman goes out washing,
ironing and housecleaning. Call at
511 St. Peter st., at restaurant.
117 ASKING— Woman wishes washing to
VV do at home, or will go out wasning. 51
Valley st.
WASHING— Wanted, to do washing,
•V ironing and housecleaning. Cud at
130 West Fourth st.
WASHING— Wanted, washing to take
home by a first-class laundress: will
work cheap. Please address -98 Pleasant
ay., or call after 6 p. m.
WASHING— lady would like to tike
washing and ironing home; without
ironing. 25 cents per dozen. 'Jan 31s Sum
mit place.
All/ ASHlNG— Wanted, washing or ironing
VV or any day wurk. Call 461 Blair St..
city.
117 ASHING— A lady would like 10 take in
W washing and ironing at home. No. 366
Walnut st.
ORK FOR BOARD— A young lady
would like to assist with work in
private- family foi her board and go to
school. M. Globe Business College. Endi
colt arcade. __ '
KifcT AA» iinLir..
T7'» , .Y I'tlONl) — On Broadway, Yale key
XV Owner please call at this oiliee.
PUP LOST— Pointer pup. liver or brown
color, breast and part of necK white:
liberal reward for return. Geo. W. Free
man. C. Gotzian & Co.
OCKKTBIIOK LOST— Black leather,
with gold corners, near Fourth and
Robert sts.: owner's name 011 inside. Please
return to ;i::),.]ackson St., Room — , and re
ceive reward.
ROSARY LOST— Near court house, ro
sary containing two pictures, one the
Blessed Mary, the other Buskstone Blessed
Mary. Finder please return to this office.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Kamsey— District Court, Second Judi
cial District.
Henry Benedict, plaintiff, vs. C. E. Heidel
and August ileidei. partners as C. E. Hei
del & Company, defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that under and
by virtue of an execution issued out
of said court in the above-entitled action,
dated September 24th. 1894. and to me
delivered, with Instructions to enforce the
same. 1 have levied upon all the interest
which August Heidel had in the hereinafter
described real property ou the 24th day of
November. 1893. on which said date last
named said real property was by me attached
in said action under ana by virtue of a writ
of attachment Issued therein, and dated
November 24, 1893, and that 1 shall on Fri
day, the 7th day of December, 1894. at ten
o'clock a ni., at the Fourth street entrance
to the Court House and City Hall in the City
of St. Paul. Ramsey County. Minnesota, sell
at public auction 10 the highest bidder for
cash, all the interest which the said August
Heidel had in said real property at the date
ol the levy of said writ of attachment, to wit.
the 21th day of November, U93,0r at any date
thereafter, to satisfy the judgment entered iv
said action iv favor ot the plaintiff and
against the defendants, amounting on tho
iTJIh day of May, 1894, to $9,358.11, and the
costs aud expenses of the sale.
The real property so levied on is known
and described as follows:
' All that part of block 13, Lyman Dayton's
Addition to St. Paul. Minnesota, described
as follows, viz. : Commencing at northwest
erly corner of Sixth street and Bates avenue,
thence northwesterly along the southwest- "
erly line of said Bates aveuue 22714 feet;
theuce southwesterly on a line parallel with
the northwesterly line of said Sixth street 120
feet; thence southeasterly on a line parallel
with said southwesterly live of said Bates
avenue 227% feet to the northwesterly line of
said Sixth street: thence northeasterly along
said northwesterly line of said sixth street
120 feet to the place of beginning, in the
County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota;
and the same will be sold then and there as
aforesaid,' if neccssarv, 10 satisfy said judg
ment, except the following-described por
tion thereof:
All . that part of block thirteen (13) of
Lyman Dayton's Addition to St. Paul, Ram
sey County, Minnesota, beginning at -said
northwest corner of Bates avenue and Sixth
street, running thence northwesterly along
the westerly line of said Bates avenue
51 teet. thence southwesterly on a line par
allel with ihe northwesterly line of said Sixth
street 120 feet; (hence southeasterly on a Hue
parallel with said southwesterly line of said
Bates avenue 51 feet to the northwesterly live
of said Sixth street; theuce northeasterly
along said northwesterly line of said Sixth
street 129 feet to place of beginning, which 1
have set off to the said defendant, August
Heidel, under authority ou me conferred by
statute iv response to his claim of homestead
exemption iv said premises.
- ■ CHARLES K. CHAPEL,
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minnesota.
Dated October 24th, 1894.
Aa chose Tittut, Plaintiff's Atlorau,
WEDNESDAY
'.-.: :". r. fai'
A I (TIM h.i.ra.
li» '.annuls iV Johnson, Auction-'
--r-.y'.yy. ••'•.. :; t •'■ evrm. :
Hi AICIIKS ANU J. \V. Mil at auir-
VV linn al ihe jewelry sore o* A. K.
Weiier, the well-known Installment jeweler,
-~A East seventh st. (between Cedar and
Wabasha). Commencing Oct. 27, we will
oiler fur sale l.tw i-olnl void, field filled and
coin silver watches, with Elgin, V. oltbuui
and Dueher Hampden movements: solid
silver anil Quadruple plate silverware, sol. d
gold and KOtd-ptated Jewelry; ion dozen of
Rogers Bros." knives, forks, lea ami table
spoons. Everything In the line ot watches.
clocks, jewelry and silverware will be sold
at auction. Thee goods were bought in
large quantities for cash, and we are over
stocked and must unload. (.'locks— Uurstoc-k
of clocks is complete. comprising, as it dues.
both Thomas, Ingrichara, New Haven and
Waterbury. liemember. we are not retiring
from business; bul, on the contrary, will re
main in business at the old number and con-'
tinue to sell goods on installments, as of
yore. Guarantee— Every article sold will be
guaranteed as represented. Sales daily at 1 I
a. m.. 2:30 and "::;■ p. ji. Kavanagh i
Johnson. Auctioneers. Col. T. K. Dawson,
Salesman. A. S. Heller, 2.1 East Seventh st ,
St. Paul. Minn. . !
PIANO AND FINIS FIIKNITUKK AT
Auction— We will sell nt auction at Ihe
residence No. 549 Olive st.. on Wednesday,
Oct. 31st. at 10 a. m.. a tine lot of house
hold goods, consisting of one fine upright
piano, made by the following well-known
maker— schiller: large bronze panels, good
as new. cost six months ago JS.M . Nice
parlor suit, bookcase and desk combined,
oak bookcases, glass doors; fancy tables
and bric-a-brac; velvet, body Brussels and
lugrain carpels. Nice lot of rugs, (one
very laraej. One fine sideboard cost
new 5! to; tine extension table and chairs;
silverware, dishes, etc. Fine black wal
nut and oak Lcdroom suits. Oak ward
robe with glass front: folding bed: wil
low rockers and chairs; cherry chiffonier .
witb glass; one fine Jewel range with water
front und high shelf hose and reel, girl's tri
cycle, kitchen utensils, cc. etc. Anybody
in search of bargains attend this sale. ' Kav
anagh A- Johnson. Auctioneers. Removed
to ft', and -'4 East Seventh ■-!.. near Wabasha.
FIrtAUC'IAI.
ASK through the Globes Guaranteed
-t\- Wants, and it will be given. . An ad on
this page will brine results, or your money
will De returned to you.
BANK cSTOCus a specialty; tonds. com
mercial paper, mortgages, securities
bought and sold, George W. Jenks, invest
ment Banker, lliunesota Loan and Trust
Iluildiui.'. Minneapolis.
MONI-rv ON ll.'.sn to loan 011 city prop
erty and farms: lowest rales; no delay.
W. F. Merits, I ■■ i Pioneer Press.
M*--"' -■•-• • ouhfe iiiMtranc! a?
icienor i ought, L P. Van Nomas
61 Guaranty Lean Building. .Vinneatcolix
WANTS- To borrow 51.20' on business
property in Tacoma, Wash., worth
three times the amount. Address C 10,
Globe.
'•i'lO 10 S'.OD short-time loans procured
•ij.'tyV/ on personal property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
buildiiiii.
miSISEMS CHANCES. *
TOBIiCH To be disposed of on
J- easy terms, the old-established . meat
market. No. IS-' Concord st. : proprietor re
tiriug from business. r
AN rJSD TO BUY-Barber shop in
*» good location, iv or out of city. Ad
dress P 12. Globe.
IIT 7 ASTKB — Barber- to buy three-chair
» V barber shop, good chance ior man with
cash. Address 1. If; Globe.
A F. l'h.K CENT average weekly profits on
rt*J $159 invested. Prospeetna, itemized
statistics free. Benson di Dwyer, 634 Broad
way. New V.crk. ' "
• TO EXCHANGE.
ASK through the (Hole's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
NiiW goodsforsee'd-hand.llvan Furniture
and Exchange Co., 14-' and 144 E. ?th s
TO J-.XCUANGt— plumbing in
exchange lor wagon work. 407 Seventh,
corner Willius.
TO 1-rXtHANOt-Kiinn lands and city
property to exchange for stocks ot mer
chandise. Address c. Bclauder. Little Falls.
Minn. ■ i
OIE WOEiKS.
ASK lhrough 'the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will bt. given. An ad ou
this page iv. ll bring result, or your money
will be returned to you.
A Y.. your "Want" with the nearest
Globe agent. See list on this page.
Albi'ii > « itisiv.l. — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. -'44 East Seventh.
BOARD W.4JiTKI>.
BOARD— Wanted to exchange, stoves tor
room and board. ' Address N 11, Globe.
BOAKO AND KOOM wanted by man
and wife: modern conveniences and
moderate. X 14. Globe.
BOA —By two lady stenographers
board and Mom within walking dis
tance of Globe building; stale terms. Ad
dress C IS. Globe.
T\PEWBITEES.
RIiMINGTOK TYPKWUITKKS — Al
ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best and always have the latest im
provements. Typewriter paper and supplies
of all kinds. Machines for reut. Wyckoff
Seamans & Benedict, at Ea«t Fourth st.
% i,k<;ai, KOTIC'ES.
American Building, Loan and In.
vestment Society.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
United States. Northern District of Illi
nois. .
Marcus M. Towle vs. American Building,
Loan and Investment Society.
Notice ishereby given that the undersigned
was on the 6th day of February, A. D. lijjl. ;
appointed receiver of all of the estate, real,
personal and mixed, of every name, nature
and description, of the American Building,
Loan and Investment Society, a corporation
existing under the. laws of the State of Illi
nois, within said circuit.
' Notice is hereby given to all creditors and
shareholders of said society to file their
claims against said estate with the Receiver,
at Room 50 in the Hartford Building, in the
City of Chicago, in the State of Illinois,
within thirty (»') days from October 10th,
1804. being the first day ot tbe publication of
this notice, the creditors by filing astatemeut
of account verified by affidavit, aud the
shareholders by filing the certificates for the
shares of stock held by them. Any creditor
failing to file his claim, and any shareholder
failing to file his certificate within the time
limited shall be debarred from sharing in the
assets of said estate.
W.K.SULLIVAN, Receiver.
Collins, Goodrich, Dißiiov: Si Vincent,
Solicitors for Receiver.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey— ss. Probate Court.
In the matter of proving the alleged last will
and testament of Max Fisher, deceased.
Whereas, Jacob Schmidt, of the County of
Ramsey and State of Minnesota, ha? de
livered to the Probate Court of the County of
Ramsey an instrument in writing purport
ing to be the last will and testament of
said Max Fisher, late of said County, de
ceased, aud filed therewith his petition to
said Probate Court, praying that the said
instrument may be proved and admitted to
probate, and - that letters testamentary bo
granted thereon to bim; .
It is Ordered, That said petition be heard
and the proofs of said aliened will be taken
at a special term of this Court, to be held at
the Court House, in the City of St. Paul iv
said. County, on Monday, the 12th day of
November, 1594, at 10 o'clock In the fore
coon, when all persons interested may ap
pear for or contest the probate of It; and that
notice of such hearing be given to all per
sons interested, by publishing this order once
in each week for three successive weeks,
prior to said day of hearing, iv tbe St. Paul
ailt Globe, a daily; newspaper printed and
published in said county.
Dated at Saint Paul, this Kith day of Octo
ber. 1604. JOHN B. OLIVIER.
IV ..] „ Judge of Probata, .
I Davis F. Pssßtig. Attomej,
P-* FOB Ki:.\T.
C CO .
ItUHEHT i.. WINNER
r- I'rivntc Hunker,
c A^cnt for fare of Propertj'. 7
ESTATES BLc&LAAEn.
JIA3MATTAS NttUMUf-S.
J. W. »h«-(>nr<i, 11-1 East 111* St.
f»i.\:s irOv^K-. Ki'»KK<, I-'FIC .i.
•- acts us owners' agent, collects rents;
-healed apartments lor Jr.., $.'.>, $3j and
>-c -. reduced rental. r
lIOIIKCN.
. A SK through the Globe*! Guaranteed
■tX. Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this pane will bring results, or your money
wnl be returned to you.-
HOUSE --For rent, seven-room house;
ri modern improvements. 353 Walnut st.
Hous. S— Few houses and rooms, well
located; treat reduction now; apply
at once. linerley, 22 East Fourth.
HOUSES— UO, 411 E. Tenth, 12 rooms; 8
room house, 335 K. sixth; 503 Westmin
ster St., b rooms; 4t»D North St., 6 rooms, 15
minutes' wink from cor. Fourth and Jackson
sts. J. K. Hoffmann. S3 Uiltillan Block.
HOUSE— For rent cheap, good twelve
room house; modern improvements;
No. 1~7 Nash st. Inquire of John Dovvlau,
35 East Filth st. • . - -
TAVbotcs KKI«riNQ AUKNC'i —
GLOBE BUILDING —WE KENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHANGE OK HENTED PKOI'EKTT AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
fj-t A HOLLY AY.— eight rooms, fur.
.» 'J nave, ciiy water, bath. barn. St-
Paul itentiil Agency, 31 East Fourth st.
Flat*.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
-TV Wonts, and it will be given. An ad ou
this page win bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
FLA:s — Handsome two. three, four and
. five-room flats, secoud floor, at Gil Broad
way. -
LITTLE FLATS— Grove St.— For rent,
first floor, large double parlor with
mantel, kitchen, separate sheds with lock
and key, Use of bath room with hoi. and cold
water, yard room, light and sunny, south
facing, §10 per month. Inquire of Janitor,
upper floor. 217 Grove st., or E. Lytle, Koom
. 7, First National Hank building.
ftooiiisL
A— 11. itl;U-» C -.. for gentle
• . men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day. week or month.
ASK through the Glnbe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
-tOIvOAIi WAY, 551— For rent, large front
" J.J parlor for two gentlemen, cheap,
f lAl'M'ol. HOTEL— 4SS% Wabasha St.—
I'A ' Furnished rooms, with steam heat; with
or without board.
Km .-•!'.. :43 WKSX— Three uicely
If furnished front rooms, in suite or sin
gle, with bath.
fiOUDKICH AY., 318— Near West Sev-
O" enth St.— Four cosy rooms, lower floor,
unfurnished; conveniently arrauged for
housekeeping.
PLKA-.ANT AY., -.'9o— Corner Suermau
St.— Finely furnished front room, suit
able for two; reasonable rent.
ROOKS with steam heat and elevator
. service In Grand block, on Wabasha st..
between Third and Fourth sts. - Kent, S3 and
.upward. Apply room Sfl, Court block.
UTOPIA Corner suite of three rooms,
steam-heated, for three or four gentle
men, with or without board. 493 5t. Peter.
UTOPIA— 493 St. Peter— Front rooms,
sieam-heinecl. with or without board.
BTg:iBE<B PILK.O.VH.S.
AsK inrongh the (.lobe's Guaranteed
Wauls, and it will be given. An ad on
this page wiil bring results, or your money
| wil! Le returned to you.
DO NOT FAIL to consult Sirs. Dr. Clay
ton, the celebrated business medium, late
! of Boston: gives advice in marriages, di
vorces.-business speculations and all affairs
of life. Oflice 143 West Fourth St., St. Paul.
Minn.
MADAM ST. JOHNS, clairvoyant, mas
lT-1 sage and»magnetic healer; readings. 25
nnd 5j cents. 13: West Fourth st.
MA.SAG i Si — .Miss experienced
massagist, treats daily and evenings,
430 Wabasha st.. Kooin 15.
I»;»ISS HELEN OE VKAitE—Mauicur
i'l ing aud massage. No. 27 East Sev
enth st.
MKS. LfaWl —Experienced massagist;
treats daily and eveuiuirs. Parlors 29
and 30, 35 East Seventh st , second floor.
MKS. A. F. BAGN'f.LL— Masiage and
vapor baths. 15!) est Seventh st.
MKS. D.i. K..AKUUN- 34 East Seventh.
Over Tforxa's, Kooms 3e3 to 3J7 — .Mas
age, vapor, improved Turkish and electric
baths: open Sundays and evenings.
AOAdIE T..ITSWOKTH, . reliable
prophetic Test and Healing Medium:
3 1 years' experience. 13 Eighth St., St. Paul.
MKS, M. A. (IL'SSrJYI UAKKAI.DO
-124 Wabasha St.— Magnetic and .nassage
treatment lor paralytic rheum atism and
nervous diseases: alsobaths - tt..ir, to '■ cm
ACCO USTASTS
ASK through the Globe's Guarauteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
Hil. icjifici-,- Public Accountant and
« Auditor. Germania Life Bldg.. St. Paul.
MISCELLANEOUS.
i^OK PITCH AND GHAVKL roofing
and reoairing see St. Paul Roofing, Cor
nice A Ornament Co., south end Wabasha st.
bridge. ■
~~ BUNDS lIiLcKGALc. ~~
.Counties Have No Right to Sub-
If sidize Railroads.
vr, Washington. Oct. 29. — Justice
( Brown delivered an opinion in tha.
United States supreme court.: today in
the cafe of Charles Lewis vs. Pima
County. Ariz., involving the validity of
. railroad • bonds in aid of the Arizona
Narrow Gauge railway, authorized by
the territorial legislature. The supreme
court of Arizona declared that the bonds
were illegal, and the decision rendered
today contains this decision. The
opinion . holds that under the federal
statutes Arizona has no right to au
thorize a county to issue bonds except
for internal improvements, and that a
railroad could not be properly consid
ered an internal county improvement.
':Js£ .
. Post- Mortem insurance N. O.
: St. Louis, Mo., Oct. Judge Priest
today found for the defendant In the
suit brought by F. A. Brown, adminis
trator of the estate of Edwin E. Brown, ~
wherein insurance policies taken out by
Brown were not delivered until the day
after Brown was killed, and then, of
course, not to him, but to his partner,
Weils, who paid the premium. Judge
Priest, during the trial, intimated that
he did not think there was such a de
livery of the policies as would hold the
defendant company liable, and it was
evidently on this point that his decision
turned.
r 'Canadian Bonds in Demand.
London, Oct. 29.— The Dominion of
Canada loan of £2,250,000 in 3 per cent
inscribed stock, repayable in 1896, which
was issued here by the Bank of Moot
real Wednesday last at a minimum price
of 95, was allotted this afternoon. The
average price was 98 8-0. The tenders
totaled up £11,294,000. The money is to
be used to pay the floating maturing
debt, and to enlarge the canal system. ...
Hunt ■JMim^M t~l JMUHI uteawwar-jwiffliriw — iiu— ffl ,
TRY OKE THURSDAY,
PA KUAWi>'oryci-:.iK'i:'
BOA Kl>— Nicely furiii»he<l rooms; tablo
boardere nccumiuudaieJ. Sr;'- Cedar st.
BOilKl>— choice fur-.ut-hed rooms with !
board: location unsurpassed. 614 Cen- I
tral Park place, on .Summit ay., uear Miuoe- '
sola.
OAKD— .'BI Selby A v.— Delightful loca- !
tion: elegantly furnished rooms: steam j
hesi, gas, baths; every requisite for comfort; \
board unexcelled.
BOARD— I'll Summit ay.. opposite Marl- I
borough, laree siiun.v rooms; steam- i
heated; suitable for two; board.
BOA RD — Lur«e, pleasant front room
third floor, vri'.h board. Bra Wabasha.
cik'T.HK MINKI!' — l'leasanl room', with
X board: centrally located for Lusi ness
people. In" colleee ay.. comer sixtn.
ISSTKICTI(I\X.
ST. AOA.'HA'.-. AClilKll 1 OK UCSIG
and Art, iii East Exchange St.. St. Paul—
Piano, vi.illn, cuitar, baujo and mandolin
lauirbt. Lessons ifiveu In drawing and paint
init. Call or tend tor prospectus
THK MOZA X KAi'KIVATK DANCING
Acaaemy.6:'o Central Park Place— Private
instruction a specialty; terms reasonable.
JOIN THE CROWD TAKING ADVANTAGE
OF- =
THE GLOBE'S
GREAT OFFER
Life=Size foi 7C
Crayon Portraits |!,I3
The size (18 by 22 inches) of these crayon por
traits is recognized as the most satisfactory. It per
mits of a life-size picture, head and shoulders, and
is larger than is generally offered by portrait houses.
The price, $1.75, for a fine crayon portrait is cheaper
than ever before offered in the Northwest. Take
advantage of this great offer NOW. Cut out
this Coupon and take or send it to the GL OBE office
with your money.
THIS COUPON
TOGETHER WITH
WILL pa"? for a.
Life - Size Portrait !
18x22 inches, enlarged from a photograph.
THE ST. Piyi OLQSE.
The Work of the
St. Paul Globe Artists
Will surprise and delight all who entrust their pat
ronage to them. Portraits which sell elsewhere for
$io, $15 and upward are decidedly inferior to the
Globe portraits at
$1.75.
Out=of=Town
Globe
Readers
Send the price. $1.75,
together with 50c for
packing and express
charges, by postoffice,
express order or draft
along with the photo
yfA': graph to be enlarged in
. crayon and the coupon, .
and you will receive a
receipt for the same,
and in about three
weeks you will receive
the portrait, EXPRESS
PREPAID.
We reserve the right to
decline to make copies
from imperfect pictures.
In such cases we return
the money and original
picture at once.
Bring in your photographs of your father,
mother, sister, brother, daughter, son, the precious
baby, the lover, the sweetheart, or a photo of your
self and have an enlarged crayon portrait,, size 18x22
inches (glass measure) made by the GLOBE artists.
$1.75 pays the bill, and in two or three weeks the picture
will be finished. Remember, no frames forced upon
the buyer. You're at liberty to purchase your frames
anywhere. You're not dealing with an irresponsible
agent, but with A GREAT DAILY PAPER that will
see that every- one is satisfied or money refunded.
, Address The Globe Art Department,
TRY ONE FRIDAY.
vntm *iA»,t.. •
ENCYCLOPEDIA B ITAN.NICI.
J not reprint, 23 volume: new: will sell
cheap. J. K. offninn. Cilflllan Block.
FL'UNAL'hK— Small furnaces: new; very
cheap. See A. K. Prudeu at st. Paul
Hoofing and Cornice Works.
MASTIFF— Par sale. English mastill.four
months old: price reasonable. Addiess
C I', (.lobe
WA.M'KI) TO BUY.
FUKMTUKi. CliP etc.. wanted
for spot cash; entire contents of resi
dence preferred special figures on high-class
goody. Address C 13, Globe.
Household Uc'.ODS- We will pay the
highest cash price tor good second-hand
household goods; we want no trash. Kvan
Furniture and Exchange Co., Hi and ill East
Seventh st.
STtrAM SHOVKL- Wanted, to buy a sec
ond-baud steam shovel; Lancaster pre
ferred. William Irle. Portland. Or.
HORSESIftn CARKIAGES.
HOKSj-.S— Five cars of horses frr auction
next Thursday at the Midway horse
market; mostly heavy logging hones.
In=Town
Globe
Readers
Call at the Globe of
fice, corner Fourth and
Cedar, with a coupon,
leave your photograph,
pay 51.75, get a receipt,
and in about three
weeks the portrait will
be delivered to you.
Satisfaction guaran
teed or money cheer
fully refunded.
' These Portraits
Are Just the Thing
■_■-■ Christmas Presents.
Li A^V „ „m Birthday Presents.
W^ 11 | Holiday Presents,
■ \r 1 Anniversary Presents.
TRYONESfITUaar/,
REAL ESTATE EOK MALE.
ftliscrllnneou*..
FOKSAi.Ir- The best 40U-acre farm near
J. St. Paul for half Us value.
The linest twelve-room house on Davion's
bluff for two-thirds of its \alue.
Two small pieces of acre-i ropertv near he
city, very elicit
Several good houses on St. Anthony hill at
panic Prices.
Good homes in town and country r-hean.
i line house on Summit ay. to give away.
Several fine lets on the same street and
good lots in rations places.
About fifty bus. worth $.00 each.' for sale
on easy terms for Sin > each.
If you have anything that you really want
to sell cheap, bring it in. I have a customer
for it.
I have also money to lend at from 5 to fi per
cent. Odin G. ( lay, Uonm 1, Geimauia Lite
Insurance Building.
L'OK SALE OK KXfrIIANGK - Two
•I houses and lots in St Paul Part, beside
station, for Chicago property. Address M
Cunningham. r.'ls Mad son at.. Chicago. 111.
Suburban.
AKSIs FOX KKJiT in Sherb..nriie
A county, Minnesota: oue mrlo from rail
road station, and forty miles from St. Pant.
i. Zimmerman. Sales Stable. 116 Fifth street
south, Minneapolis. -
GLOBE
REACHES
PEOPLE
WHO BUY
THE GOODS
WHICH ARE THE
"PURCHASING CLASSES?"
"People who buy
goods are divided into
three classes: The se
lect 10,000, the well
to-do 100,000, and the
more or less prosper
ous million. Nine
tenths of all the for
tunes are made from
the trade of the 100,
--000 and the million,
because they buy nine
tenths of all the goods
which are sold. They
are the people also
who respond to adver
tisements, and who
buy for cash or pay
their bills promptly.
The merchant or any
advertiser who caters
successfully to the
100,000 and the mill
ion will get all he
cares for of the trade
of the select 10,000.
They rarely answer
an advertisement, and
are proverbially slow
pay."— Stewart.
The St. Paul Globe, dally
and Sunday, not only has
by far the largest circula
tion in the Northwest, but
reaches the homes of the
"IOO.OOO" class and the
"more or less prosperous
million."
tfITALIS
/*^ P nSS un." Made a Well
THE GREAT ZOthbay.'iii&^Mgp
FRENCH REMEDY sou, Day.
Produces the Above Besults in 30 Days. It
acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when
all others fail. Young men will regain their
lost strength and old men will recover their
youthful vigor by using VITALIS. It
quickly and surely restores Lost Vitality,
Lost Power, Failing Memory, etc., and is a
positive cure (or Nervousness, Wasting Dis
eases, and all effects of indiscretion. Wards
off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on
having VITALIS, noother. Can be car
ried in vest pocket. By mail, $1.00 per
package, or six for $3.00, with a Posit
Written Guarantee to Care or Refund the
Honey in every box. Circular free. Address
fr;\J/TM*T RJPTCDY CO- W<*-~o T 'l
F°rSa!e by Lathrop Musset*
ter Fourth and Wabasna.
HOTEL IMPERIALbo^ I^ IO^
■■w n.l. inn uumu ST cuicAtio.
One of thu> lirgesl and best in the city.
Booms, $I.!U per day up. Send for circular.
Halt a block from lrrtti st. exit of the new
Illinois Central Station. All baggage deliv
ered FKEE from Ills. Central depot. No cab
fares necessary. Look . out for our porter hi
the station, If you want comfort, conven
ience and economy, stop at the new
HOTEL l.Ui>i<: ; tllL, (UICAGO
7

xml | txt