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EAST ST. PAIL.
The Fairview Literary and Social
club hold their second monthly meet
ing Monday evening at Woolsey's hall,
corner of Burr and Case streets. Rev.
W. W. Lewis save an interesting pa
per on Wendell Phillips, after which
an animated discussion and musical
and literary numbers followed.
A musical and literary entertainment
will be given Thursday evening, Nov.
14, by Garfield lodge No. 126, I. O. G.
T.. at Odd Fellows' hall, corner Payne
avenue and Wells street. .Refresh
ments will be served also.
Mrs. Weaver and Miss Harriet Weav
er, of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs.
Palmer, of Fargo, N. i's were the
guests of Mrs. J. D. Hoffman, of Burr
street, the past two weeks.
A lecture on "Palestine" will be
given Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at
the Second German M. K. church, on
Bradley street, by Prof. Hertzler, of
St. Paul Park college.
The ladies of the Arlington Hills
Presbyterian church gave a successful
social Tuesday evening. The ladies re
ceiving were \lesdames Knapp, Benja
min and McCullock. .
Mrs. Fletcher and daughter, of
North field. Minn., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher, of Hopkins, street, call
ed here by the illness of their little
A large number of East St. Paul
young people attended a dancing party
g-iven by Miss May Dougherty at Pio
neer hall, North St. Paul, Tuesday
Rev. J. O. Vitz. the popular pastor
of the German Reformed Frieden's
church; has accepted a call to Louis
ville, ;<>-., and leaves the first of the
Mrs. J. Peterson, of York street, en
tertained the ladies' sewing circle of
the Augustana Swedish Lutheran
church, Thursday afternoon.
The ladies' aid of Grace M. E. church
were pleasantly entertained by Mrs.
Bomgardner at her home on Clark
street. Thursday afternoon.
The "Lend a Hand circle, King's
Daughters, gave a corn social at the
home of Miss Helen Atkins, on Burr
street, Thursday evening.
A first-class concert will be given by
the choir of the Grace M. E. church
Friday evening. Miss Mary Dallas is
Intending the affair.
Mrs. S. Butraff, who has been visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Spates, of
Fauquier street, has returned to her
home in Wadena, Minn-
Rev. William Hamilton, of Cumber
land. Wis., has been the guest of his
son, William Hamilton, of Burr street,
the past two weeks.
The ladies of the Arlington Hills
Presbyterian church will meet on Fri
day, Nov. 15, with Mrs. B. Benjamin,
of Magnolia street.
Mrs. Charles Cleveland, of La Crosse,
Wis., who has been visiting Mrs. H.
A. Cleveland, of Olive street, returned
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles J. Lange. of
Burr street entertained the members
ef the Auld Lang Synge club Thurs
day evening: ---
A grand concert will be given Thurs
day evening, Nov. 14. at the First Nor
wegian M. E. church, on Thirteenth
A. E. Traeger • and Guy Menz, of
Bradley street, left Thursday on a
hunting expedition at Cannon Falls,
Id inn. ' '" 'I
Mrs. 'William " - Boyntort, of Cedar
Rapids, 10.,- is visiting for a few days
Mis. Charles Wood, Magnolia street
A charming child's party was given
Thursday evening by Master Edward
Lincoln at his home on John street.
Senator and Mrs. Patch, of Indianap
olis, Ind., spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Culver, .of Case street.
The Misses Gadbois, of Lafond street,
will entertain ..the .Chrysanthemum
club Thursday evening, Nov. 14. *
Dr. E. H. Whitcomb and family have
moved from 533 Cedar street to their
new home on Martin street.
Rev. and Mrs. Irmscher, of Olive
street, have returned from a visit
with Faribault friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barstow, of Ot
sego street,, .entertained a few friends
at dinner on Monday. ,
Guy Young, of Helena, Mont., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Young, of
De Soto street.
<:. Menz, of Bradley street, has re
turned from an extended business trip
to Dubuque,. 10. ' : - '-
Mrs. Phoebe Boden, of Toronto, Can.
is the guest- of Mrs. G. W. Boden, of
-Preble street. .- - •
Miss Esther Clarkson, of Troy, N. V.,
Is spending a few weeks with East St.
Mrs. Phaff, of Burr street, has re
turned from an. extended visit in St
Louis, Mo. . ...
Miss Amy Cotton entertained the
Daughters of the King Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lambrecht enter
tained a party of friends Tuesday even
Alderman John Copeland spent part
or the week in Wisconsin..
jj|! "WEST SIDE. ! '
' Last Saturday #>.-ening Mrsi. P. J.
J.i-ne entertained the Prospect Ter
race Cinch club. Mrs. Heinbach and
Mrs. John Wardell won the prizes.
Among the guests were: Messrs. and
Mesdames Sam Dearing, P. O'Brien
Anthony Yorge Jr., F. A. Xanten. E*.
E. Macdonald, J. J. Cullen, J. A. War
dell F. H. Schriber and H. H. Helm
Riven by the president, -Mrs. John
Dale, a recitation by Mrs. G. F Clif
ford and vocal music by Mrs. D W
"Watson. The main feature of the en
tertainment was a set of literary co
nundrums, and Mrs. Todd won the
Miss Katherine Garvey and Mr.
Frank Welch, of New Prague, were
marriedl on Tuesday morning at St
"Michael s church. Rev. P. O'Neil per
forming the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs
iVy elch will reside in New Prague.
The second of a series of six lectures
will be given at Assembly' hall tomor
row evening by Prof. Maria L. San
ford. The subject will be "History and
Art of Egypt," illustrated by the
The- Eradelphlan Book club enter
tained the study class at the home of
Mrs. w. R. Shaw on Tuesday after
noon. An..addr_s9 <of welcome was
The Social Circle will give its second
dancing party on Monday evening
_>°V" 18 '„ t Lled <"-*tafel hall, corner
State and Congress streets.
Mrs. William Garvey, of East Win
ifred street, entertained the Welch-
Garvey bridal party at dinner on Tues
Mrs. H hi^ rerre of George street,
gave a childrens' parry on Thursday
Blanch 0 !-* for bar little daughter,
On Friday afternoon Miss Mamie
?mf c pertained a large company of
birthd - ' 'honor of her seventh
The Ladies' Missionary Society of the
Heveron Baptist Church met with Rev
George Gamble on Thursday after
noon. * y.
A d. lrs t , Woodbury, of the j:iinflon, is
entertained her ; sister, Mrs. M. M
Morse, of Bethel, Vt.
Miss Emma Waek entertained a
party of about forty young people on
Charles Bryant will leave next week
the I la, . uls Ca *" where he will spend,
Miss Bessie Newton entertained the
i-ntre Nous Literary club on Friday
evening. . rr-*
Miss Mary Small/ of Menjlota, Is the
guest of Mrs. Mulcahey, of Cherokee
Miss Nellie O'Brien entertained the
Duplicate *l\ hist club on Friday even-
On Friday evening the W. R B P '
pet with Mrs. R. E. Wlthey. "
The Kas-Kas-Kia club met with Miss
Blanche Biguelast evening.
Mrs. w. J Doran will entertain the
Wednesday club this' week.
Hon C ; H ; LI s__", and wife will spend
the winter in Redlands, Cal. '
Walter Lineau is spending a few
.Weeks at Jordan, Minn. .
James Craig has returned frpm Chi
John Wardell has returned from Chi
_yld S. Baum-has returned from the
f. -U-RIUA-I PARK.
A dance was given Friday night in
woodruff hall. The entertainment was
J. success in every respect. Among
those present;. were Mesdames Ogden,
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ' 10, 1895.— TWENTY PAGES.
Jones, Hartigan, Cropsey'' Misses.
Bradburry. White, Zahm, Eouglas,
Rich, Grimes, Tew, Hiltgen, Northrup,
Bell, More, Cowles, and Messrs.: Jones,
Ogden, Hartigan. Cropsey, White, Me-
Mahan, Waite, McNamar', CaVanaugh,
Naylor, Matson. Trumball, Heisser,
Baker, Douglas, Keyes, Crandall, Dan
forth, Humason and Moore. n /.
Prof. French, of Minneapolis,- will
open a dancing school in Woodruff
hall next Wednesday night A largo
number of young \peopk» from the
Park will attend. • ■ -
Mrs. W. R. Estes entertained her
brother. Prof. R. G. Young, superin
tendent of schools at Helena, Mont.,
during the past week;
The Ladies' guild will meet next .Fri
day ati 1 p. m. with Mrs. Stroughton,
of 65 East Twelfth street, St. -Paul: . y
Miss Anna Fletcher entertained, a
large number of friends to a card party
on Thursday night.
A dime missionary tea will be held
next Friday at the home of Mrs. Hill
man. :_.. ;
Mrs. Dr. Eddy is entertaining her
mother, Mrs. Hanneford, from Detroit,
Mich. . -. if..* ii;
D. S. Tew, of Rushford, visited Mrs.
O. Raw ley the first of the week". ".'.
Katharine Hillis and Maud; Ferris
are visiting in Anoka.
E. T. ankers has gone on a busi
ness trip to Chicago. .:-.'.•'' -.._ ."J
Miss Louise Davis will return on
Monday to Winona.
George Standly, of St. Peter,'?. visited
Park friends Tuesday. . ; . -,■.,
E. T. Porter has gone to Chicago. Jn*
BURLINGTON HEIGHTS."; i '■
C. P. Johnston had the misfortune of
spraining his ankle' very seriously 'last
Sunday, and it is feared he , will be
confined to the house -for several
weeks. '"'• •'*■
Mrs. Duckworth, who has been visit-
Ing her daughter, Mrs. K. C. Morgan,
left last week for her home in Toronto,
Canada ■■'■',' .'"-. • 'viii'iU"J
Mrs. C. P. MlMahon and family have
left Highwodd and will make " their
home in St. Paul. _^!i___f!
Miss Kitt M. Clum entertained at
euchre very delightfully Friday even
ing. '.-:: --;..
Mrs. Campbell, of St Paul, spent
last week in Oakland. " ' '
St. Peter— are they all awake
yet? ■•;-: " '"--l-
Gabriel — No, I will have to blow
again for Philadelphians.
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HELENA MODJESKA. - ;
"I use the Recamlers religiously and be
lieve them ESSENTIAL to the toilet of every
woman who desires a fair skin."
"I unqualifiedly recommend them as the
very best In existence."
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGO.
Recamier Cream, for tan, sunburi "
pimples, &c. Prica $1.50. • ■ '.y X
Kccamlcr Balm, a bcautifier, pure and
•Imple. Price $1.50. -..-■•;>
Recmnler Almond Lotion, for
fjeckles, moth and discoloration.. Price
$1.50. . v. --;.,,-, h.
Kecamler Powder, for the - toilet and
nursery. Will slay on and does not 'make
the face shine. Prices— Large boxes $1.
small boxes 50c. . .. .
Kecamler Soap, the best in the world,
Prices— Scented 50c. unscented 25c. : " r " 1
Send.-cent stamp for sample of Toilet
Powder. Pamphlet and Bargain.offer. : Mail
orders promptly filled. .., ■• >
rtarrfet ttUbbard flyer,
131 West 31st St., New York City.
ALL. STYLES of stage dancing taught;
jig, clog, winging, fancy, etc. Bon
nie McColloch. 2423 Central avenue
northeast; call forenoons. •-- ' : -:';
A PROFESSIONAL MASSAGIST FOR J
ladies only will take lady pupils and
teach them, the art of massage at'hei"'
rooms, No. 393'/ 2 Selby ay. . ' • --;.•■"-:
A YOUNG LADY living in the neigh
borhood of Central park would like
some young children to— entertain •
them afternoons and teach them the
beginning of the English and French i
languages antL Frotoel method. S 5,
DANCING SCHOOL— PROF, J. RE
MER'S NEW CLASS MEETS
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENING; REDUCED TERMS'
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION A SPE
CIALTY. FOR TERMS, I CALL OR •
WRITE 185 RONDO ST.
ELOCUTION, DELSARTE AND DRA
matlc culture; private and class les
sons. Miss Haas, Studio, 340 Grove
st. . "■;■;-; .... ....
LEARN TO WALTZ GRACEFULLY
—Dancing taught at your homes or :
213 Grove st. Prof. Bodka. ■ k. •■
MOZZARA'S DANCING ACADEMY—
Corner Sixth and Seventh sts^— Regu-,
lar classes Wednesdays and Satur
days; private fancy dancing class
Saturday at 2; private instruction at
reduced rates for next • two ! weeks.
Call or write. ■ - - ■-,
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MU
slc and Art, 2G East Exchange St., St.
Paul— violin, guitar, banjo and
mandolin taught. Lessons given in
drawing and painting. Call or send
PARTIES wanting trees and shrub
bery trimmed call on R. P. Bonsall.
1071 East Seventh fit. .
M n WIS
AGENTS— A. snap, $95.00 weekly, $5,000
• yearly. No experience required; fail
• ure impossible. A new scheme; par
ticulars free. Address S. S. Ware
Co., Box 5308, Boston, Mass. __.-
AGENTS— SIS a week cleared with our
new household specialties. Send for.
free premium plan. Central Supply
Co.. Cincinnati, O. ■ .
• AGENTS wanted for the revolving
griddle cake, fish and egg turner;
, , ' sells itself; sample, 20c. O. E. Mick
el, Haverhill, Mass. ___________""
] AGENTS— SIO a day at home selling
Lightning Platers and plating jewel
ry, watches, tableware, bicycles, etc.;
. plates finest jewelry good as new on
,-,; all kinds of metal -with gold, silver,
• H nickel; anyone can do it; outfit and
materials complete; all warranted."
Address H. F. Delno & Co., X 2, Col
umbus, O. :
j AGENTS— Wanted, agents and street
men to handle the Little Marvel
Thread Cutter; phenomenal seller;
big inducements; sample set with
. complete outfit postpaid, ten cents.
Unkefer Manufacturing Co., Cleve
- land, O. ______.'
AGENTS — Act quick. Preserving
Hook Spoon. Greatest seller 1895.
Send 6 cents for full size plated spoon
by mall. Forshee & Makin, Cincin
• natl, O.
- AGENTS WANTED— Ye who read this
- ad and answer not will miss "a good
• ' thing," truly; household novelty, eas
ily carried in pocket. Write ye to
day. Sutlive Bros., Keokuk, lowa.
: - BARBERS— Young men learn trade in
eight weeks by attending Twin City
Barber College, 110 Hennepin ay.,
Minneapolis. Send for catalogue.
BARBER SHOP FIXTURES for sale
at a bargain. Apply 404 Drake block.
BEST CORD OF MAPLE in the city
. for $5.25 at Haniey's, 249 Eighth st.
! CANVASSER— Wanted, good man to
... canvass for wood and coal orders.
■Call 249 East Eighth st.
ENAMELED LETTER SIGNS — Al
ways conspicuous; draw trade; help
.. business; durable and cheap; we
- make them; agents wanted. A. V.
•Taylor & Co., Cincinnati. "
.MAX ORENSTEIN'S new place is
- opened and a great reduction in all
-order-made clothes; suits worth $25
can be made for $15; best Clay wor
sted suits formerly sold for $35 now
. selling for $20; best trousers from $4
"up; fit and work perfectly guaran
teed, if not money be refunded. 192
East Seventh st. ■
ONE CUTTER STRIPER and five
, .. brush hands wanted. Keller Manu
-'. facturing Company, Sauk Center,
- Minn. ■
POLISHER— Wanted, one polisher and
two young men as apprentices at
Northwestern Plating Works, No.
108 Sixth st. " ■ -
POSITIONS OPEN for few pushing
salesmen, on salary; experience un
. necessary; permanent employment;
apply now. Luke Bros. Co., Nursery
men, Chicago. '
SALESMAN— A first-class salesman
wanted; one who understands sec
ond-hand business; none but compe
tent man need apply. 323 Washing
- ton ay. south, Minneapolis. - '
SALESMEN to take orders and col
lect. $50 bond, signed by a business
firm, required. Exclusive territory.
$25 to $75 weekly. For particulars,
address P. O. Box 1354, New York
SALESMEN to sell cigars to dealers;
$25 weekly; experience not required;
sample free; reply with stamp. Con- .
solidated Mfg. Co., Chicago. " ;-.
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIA
v tion, assets $650,000; largest, strongest
and best Minnesota life company; of
fers to bright men desirable, exclu
sive territory, with every facility for
profitable agency. Address Douglas
Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul.
WANT LIVE AGENTS to sell a new
novelty; send 12c for sample and par
- ticulars. H. G. Strauheim, R. 400,
56 Fifth ay., Chicago. • .
WANTED— One first-class specialty
salesman to push our holiday line;
apply quick. A. E. Ziehme & Co., 56
Fifth ay., Chicago.
WANTED— Everybody to hear General
Charles T. Kelley, U. S. Industrial
Army, speak on the "Labor Prob
lem" Sunday, Nov. 10th, 2:30 p. m., at
Labor Hall, Third and Wabasha.
WANTED— salesman to sell
complete line of lubricating oils and
greases. Liberal terms to proper
party. Garland Refining Co., Cleve- :
land, O. -
WANTED — Experienced deputies for
. fraternal beneficiary society; German
speakers preferred; good plan and
terms offered. Room 312, 269 Dear
born St., Chicago.
WANTED— Men and women to work
at home; I pay $8 to $16 per week for
, ..making crayon portraits; new pat
ented method; any one who can read
•or write can do the work at home
in spare time, day or evening; send
• for particulars and work at once.
Address H. A. Gripp, German Artist,
Tyrone, Pa. ____"5
WANTED— MEN AND WOMEN TO
work at home. I pay $8 to $16 per
week for making CRAYON POR
TRAITS. New patented method.
Any one who can read or write can
■.. do the work at home, in spare time,
day or evening. Send for particulars
and work at once. Address H. A.
Gripp, German Artist, Tyrone, Pa.
WANTED— men. to learn teleg
raphy; sure of position when coin
~ petent; students can earn board.
.f ' Globe Business College, Endicott
• Building. .
WANTED— active lady or gentle
man can make ■ good wages selling
•^ our improved patent curling iron
.; heater and lamp stove; fits any lamp
~ chimney; admits any style curling
■ : iron; a cup of milk or 'hot water for
■ punch, shaving., etc., ready in a few
minutes; in case of sickness it is in
,; dispensable; on receipt of 100 will
... mail sample and instructions how to
• sell. The Enterprise Mfg. Co., Ak
-' ron, O. _- ;. ' . '.' ■
WANTED— Agents; gold glass name
.' plates, numbers and signs; readable
— darkest nights; samples loaned. J.
. G. Thomas' & Co., Englewood, 111.
'WANTED in St. Paul, all or part of
..-time of young.man to do- special work
and make collections; no canvassing;
references. Potomac Publishing Co.,
:*""'■: 1410 G st., Washington, D. C.
WANTED— Salesmen to sell staple ar
'v ticles to dealer?; $100 salary and ex
«;penses; enclose stamp. Anchor Man
ufacturing Company, 96 Fifth ay.,
"Chicago. •__• ■ ■-
'WE DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAF
ers, but men of ability; $300 to $500 a
'- month to hustlers; state and gen
: i eral agents; salary and commission.
Racine Fire Engine Co., Racine, Wis.
$60 TO $150 SALARY paid salesmen for
*3*) cigars; experience not necessary; ex
tra inducements to customers. Bishop
«* & Kline. St Louis. Mo. .
7 $60 MONTHLY and expenses for per
',,,. manent agents, exclusive territory;
~j£ send stamp for information; our Eu
reka is indorsed by all leading pa
pers. American Eureka Fuel Econ
'...- omizer, 1180 Broadway, New York.
DRESSMAKER— First-class dress and
cloak making and children's dresses
■ made cheap at 228 West Seventh st.
DRESSMAKING — Mrs. Lauber, mo- .
. diste, 417% Wabasha st. High-grade
;«- work and evening dresses a spe
-5 cialty. .
MISS PAGE AND MRS. PERCIVAL
have opened dressmaking parlors at
128 West Seventh st. Mrs. Percival
:'. will be pleased to see her former cus
tomers and many more. We do first
class work in every respect; satisfac
WANTED TO RENT.
HOUSE— Wanted, small house or five
or six rooms within walking distance
of business center. Address P 48,
Globe. • ■•'- - - ■
ROOM— to rent, a suitable
room or ' small hall for the winter,
to be used one night each week by
.>.■■**," debating society _* .7, Globe* ' . I ,
I Mjj IIS
' "-' Female.
AGENTS— LadIes to take- orders from
people who have tested our goods;
■ lists supplied. 204 Endicott Building.
APPRENTICE . GIRL wanted and
first-class waist hand. Mrs. M. Stew
art 305 Lumber Exchange, over
' Yerxa's grocery. -
ATTRACTIVE talented lady amateurs
desiring to get into show business
address full ' particulars yourself, Q
'45, Globe.-' .
Wanted, a first-class cook at
once. 39 West Fifth. -.-•■ -.:
DRESSMAKER wanted at Room 308,
, Lumber Exchange Building. . ..
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, capable girl
for general housework; must be good
cook; references. Apply Monday af
_ ternoon,, 595 -Dayton ay. -
HOUSE WORK-VWanted, a good Ger
man girl for general housework at
the Miner, corner College ay. and
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, at once, a
neat and reliable girl for housework;
a good home for the right one. 509
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for gen
~ eral housework; one who can go
home nights preferred. The Lovene,
Flat No. 5, Twelfth st.
HOUSEWORK— good girl for gen
eral housework wanted immediately
at 763 East Fourth st. .
HOUSEWORK— girl for gen
eral housework. Apply 58S Pine st
HOUSEWORK — Wanted, good girl;
must understand waiting on table; no
washing or cooking; good home and
wages. 616 Central Park east:
LAUNDRESSES— three ex
perienced steam laundresses at City
Hospital; good wages; first-class
board and comfortable quarters. Ap
ply. to Matron: _________'
NURSE Wanted, ,a neat, tidy
girl about- sixteen to take care, of
children and assim with housework.
Apply Monday at 923 Grand ay.
SECOND GlßL— Wanted, second girl;
one to assist in taking care of chil
dren. 654 Grand ay. •"
SECOND WORK— girl for
second work and wait on table at 379
East Tenth st.
SECOND WORK— Wanted, competent
" and reliable girl for ' second work.
257 Summit- '-^
-wain _•■_._*— correspondence witn teacn
ers desiring to" change, positions; we
can secure positions for good teach
ers out of employment Address,
with star--.. Teachers' Exchange,
■ Franklin, itiui. .- » - : -.
WANTED— GirIs for general house
work; 5 Americans, 15 Scandinavians;
"* also 12 German girls. 491 St. Peter st.
WANTED— ladies to learn tel
egraphy, shorthand, bookkeeping,
etc.; students can earn board. Globe
: Business College, Endicott Buiding.
WHY PAY five cents for an inferior
- loaf of bread when you can get Al
. len's for the same? Ask your grocer
for It , , -
BARBERS, ATTENTION— Edge
produces an unfailing satisfactory
edge; honing unnecessary; no hum
bug; satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; by mail prepaid,
50 cents, or three for $1. Agents
wanted. Address Keen Edge Manu
facturing Company, Two Harbors.
Minn., Box 132. -
BEST CORD OF WOOD in the city
for. $5.25 at Haniey's, 249 Eighth st.
BIRDS FOR SALE— received, a
fine lot of Hartz Mountain canaries;
also extra fine St. Andreasberger
roller or warblers, cheap. German
Bird and Seed Store, 451 Wabasha st
CANARlES— Beautiful birds, $1.50
each. De Cou & Co., 62 East Sev-,
■-"enth st. " : "' ■ '"' ' " .' ' .",
CAR. LOTS OF MAPLE at $4.30 per
cord. Haniey's, 249 Eighth st. .
DOG FOR SALE— A well-bred St. Ber
nard dog I*. years old; large, hand
some and kind. Dr. J. W. Chamber
lin. ■--.--- ;.
FERRETS for rats and rabbits. De
"j Cou & Co:, 62 East Seventh st.
FOR SALE— Elegant %-karat ladies'
diamond ring or gold watch cheap.
' Address P 15, Globe. ________
FOR CUT FLOWERS telephone 970,
Robert C. Seeger, 62 East Seventh st
FOR SALE— Fish globes, aquariums
and seashells at cost price. German
Bird and Seed Store, 451 Wabasha st.
FURNITURE, heating stoves, side
board, complete for housekeeping, for
sale; cash or installments. 18 East
Third st. ■ ' .
FURNITURE— nice .lot of furniture.
Garland : heater and others, cutlery,
etc. for sale cheap; cash or pay
ments. Room 10, Globe Building.
FURNITURE— For sale, household
goods of all kinds; cooking and heat
ing stoves at a bargain, by parties
leaving the city. Apply Monday at
- 585 St. Anthony ay. _
GOLD FlSH— Fine assortment.De Cou
& Co., 63 East Seventh st. --
GOLDFISH . from 10c up: plants and
-aquarium ornaments, nshfood and
. silver gravel. -German Bird and Seed
Store, 451 Wabasha st. .___
GOLD WATCH FOR SALE— fine
gentleman's Aurora gold watch
cheap- Address X 45, Globe.
ORGAN FOR SALE— new organ
at half price; valued at $100. 244
Grove st. ____ " ,
PIANO— An upright piano for sale; see
It Room 10, Globe Building.
PLYMOUTH ROCKS and Dark Brah
mas for sale; the choicest of stock
at low prices. 715 Maryland st
SALOON FIXTURES, bar and back
bar, chandelier, chairs. John A.
Stees, Seventh and Jackson.
SEALSKIN •i I SACQUE FOR SALE—
Latest style; 36 bust; for sale cheap.
567 Broadway, over barber shop.
SEED FOR SALE— Sunflower seed and
imported canary seed; always fresh
and clean; -four pounds for 25 cents.
German Bird and Seed Store, 451 Wa
basha st .»•<•-
SHELVING •: AND COUNTERS for
sale at 388 Jackson st. - - '■
SEWING MACHINES— makes of
sewing machines for sale at ■ one
third regular price ; call and see them.
Room 10, | Globe Building.
STOVES FOR SALE— Three good
stoves for sale at $12. Call at A.
Horman's, corner Burr and Minneha
ha. ■--■• ■' "'■•■■ ■" "'"- ;
STOVE— Want to sell our Radiant
Gem heating -stove; been used one
month. 713 Grand Block.
STOVES— Latest ' improved self-feed
baseburners, five sizes, $11.75 to $19;
old stoves taken in exchange; terms
cash or easy payments. Union Stove
Company, 67 West Seventh st. .
STOVE For sale, one small cylinder
stove for $2; also wood stove for $2.50.
474 Cedar st. ■__
TELEPHONE 970 - for cut flowers. •
Robert C. Seeger,. 62 East Seventh st.
TYPEWRITER— For sale, second
hand No. 2 Remington typewriter, in
good condition, cheap. 401 Jackson st.
WANTED TO SELL— New Minnesota
Report Vol. -1' to 57, single, with new
index; ,$125 cash, 713 Grand Block.
WIRE WORK of all kinds. St. Paul
Wire Works,- 62 East Seventh st.
WIRE WINDOW GUARDS— St. Paul
. Wire Works, 62 East Seventh st.
MISS ALICE HULL, -successor to Mrs.
Baldwin, removes superfluous hair,
• moles, etc., by electricity; only posi
■ tive . and permanent remedy; refer
ences given. Washburn Block, Fifth
st, opposite court house, Room 522.
MRS. DR. REARDON removed to 394
North Exchange st, corner Sixth;
baths, Turkish, electric, tub and
vapor. ' 9 to 9. Including Sundays.
KAHLERT & MINTEL - Minnesota
Steam.. Die Works, g_4 East Seveatb,
M PEW'S II
d- SITUATIONS WANTED.*' .„■:_
MALI*. "'""" • ""*-
BOY— A strong boy of 15 wants a sit
' uation. Address J. L., 327 Summit
■ place, up stairs. .. . . .;."•' 'll'
CLERK— wanted by reliable.
-young man in grocery or hardware,
store; will work for $6 per week. E.
j Johnson, 214 Fuller st., city. . -ll".*.
CLERK— A bright and honest young'
man seventeen years of . age would
1 : like position in store as clerk or in <
i office of some kind, or would do out-
. side work (inside work preferred),
with experience and first-class * ref
rerences. Call personally' between 10
i and 11 a. m. and 1 and 2 p. m., or- ad
dress George A. Shandorf, Room 15,
'The Wabasha, . corner Ninth and Wa
; • basha sts. ■ . ■ ■„,',•"':.."',
CLERK— A young man of 25, good ad
.dress, wants work in office or store;
.will give $10 to any one securing mo
same. Address T 100, . Globe, . ffllnne
COOK— Situation wanted as all-round
cook by competent man; hotel,*, or
restaurant, city or country; strictly
temperate; first-class references. Ad
dress or call, J. A. D., 231 University
• ay. east. •"-.■.■.. '' v
COOK— Situation as meat and pastry
cook by competent man, city or coun
l try, hotel or restaurant; good refer-
- ences. Address Harry Williams,
:. General Delivery, Postofflce, „ St. -
Paul. :■ V. .._.,
COOK— Young man as short-order'
. cook, good on breads and gems; can •
also wait on table; would like a po
sition at either. Address W. F. H.,
317 East Ninth St.- ■ yr. ' t
OFFICEWORK— Who will employ an ;
• intelligent, reliable and trustworthy
man, familiar with officework-and
. strong enough to make himself gen
erally useful in doors; highest • ref-'
erences. L. L., 270 Charles st, city.
PHARMACIST— desires a
position in town or country;- first
class experience; temperate; .highest
reference. Druggist, 359 Franklin st'
PORTER— by married man,
intelligent, sober, trustworthy, a po
. sition as day or night porter, or some
other kind of work; first-class city
references. 227 Carroll st, third floor.
WATCHM AN— Wanted, position "as
• night watchman or any kind of in
side work by single man; will come
well recommended. Address G., 133
. Smith ay„ St. Paul. -'--',/.
WORK FOR BOARD— A young man
wants a place to work for board and
go to school. 647 Endicott Building.
DRESSMAKING— Situation wanted in
• families dressmaking; first-class ref
. erences. 486 Cedar st.
DRESSMAKER wants a few more en
gagements in families.Address • Q 32,
i Globe. . " , .
DRESSMAKER would like a few more
engagements. Terms, 75 cents a day. •
DRESSMAKER— A first-class 'dress-"
maker desires a few engagements in
private families; $2.00 per day. • Ad
' dress X 45, Globe. _■ " ..:-.■ ■■■.:.• -
EMPLOYMENT— A young lady would
like to go out working by the day.
Call at S. C, 405 Rice str - - •
NURSE— Experienced nurse wants po
sition; no objection to leaving city;
best of city references. 26 East Ninth
street. -. ■ .- _ : '-.- ;j
STENOGRAPHER— ThoroughIy com
petent stenographer and bookkeeper
desires position ; .is familiar with all
kinds of officework. Address A. M.
J., 620 Bates ay. -- y
STENOGRAPHER — A thoroughly
competent stenographer and; type
- writer desires a position; will do sub
stituting or any temporary work; can
furnish machine; moderate salary. 45
Germania Life Building.
•■',ographer would like work; is willing
t-.'to ! work for moderate salary; can
i furnish her own typewriter. Address
:_Q 27," Globe, - - - - - r- -.-.-..
WASHING— in and go out wash
■ ing, at 22 Douglass st
WAITRESSES wanted at 385 - Wal
* nut st. ■ - : .
WHY PAY five cents for an inferior
: loaf of bread when you can get Al
; len's for the same? Ask your grocer
for it. . ■ -
A COMFORTABLE and congenial
home for a gentleman and his wife
or two gentlemen at No. 341 Dale st;
references required. . . -- ..-.
BOARD— To Rent, Rooms, With Board
—A few more desirable rooms left at
528 and 530 Cedar st; if you want a
warm, pleasant, sunny, dry, healthy,
-home for the winter, warm bath
room, plenty of hot water, you can
■ take a bath every fifteen minutes if -
: you choose: steam heat and all other
modern improvements; house recent
ly changed hands; everything new
- and renovated; location^ one of the -
I best in the city; only three blocks
■ from Seventh st. opposite the capitol.,
: 528 and 530 Cedar. -. ,-■ --. -.._ .»■
BOARD— furnished room, suit
able or two, and board, terms rea
son able, at 64 East Eleventh st -
BOARD— rooms, with first
class board, in private boarding
house; central location; use of bill
iard table; references required. Q 26,
Globe. ■ -.p.-: .-.-.-
BOARD— One large front room and al
cove, steam heat, with board, for two
or three; use of parlor; also small
" room with steam heat. No. 474 Cedar
st --.-•■■ ________'
BOARD— Furnished rooms with board;
all conveniences; also table-board.
21 College ay. east. -■-.--• ■'■; yr. -.
BOARD— Very pleasant large front
room; private bath; on or about
Nov. 15. 254 East Tenth st. ■■ ■-■
BO Furnished rooms and board;
also rooms for light housekeeping.
■ 241 West Ninth St., opposite Hotel
Barteau. •••:.■■. .-':.'
BOARD— Two large, pleasant, warm I
rooms, with first-class board; fur
nace heat; fine location; near---Selby
. car. ■ 155 Nina ay.
BOARD— Furnished parlor; also front
room and alcove on second floor;.fur
nace heat and: bath; good table board j
at reasonable rates. 539 Wacouta
BOARD— Fine furnished rooms " with
board; steam heat and modern^
provements. 379 East Tenth st. .~r~~:
BOARD— Two gentlemen can secure
pleasant home with steam heat, elec
tric light, on College ay., between 1
St. Peter and Rice. Address V 41,
Globe.' : •■•"- ■•'•'■ -
BOARD— large, furnished front
parlor -for gentleman and wife or two
- gentlemen, with first-class board, at
146 Pleasant ay. ' : y '-'
BOARD— For rent, beautifully ... fur- \
nished rooms; modern conveniences;
also ■ good table board. 254 West
Fifth st "■ •';''';-*'
BOARD— Furnished or unfurnished'
; rooms; single or en suite, with board; 1
steam; all conveniences of the best
20 Summit ay: • •- " ■ '____ !
BOARD— You can get fine warm,
. . steam-heated rooms, gas, -baths and
first-class board at the Kirkland, Sib
ley st, between Ninth and) Tenth. ;
BOARD— Pleasant furnished rooms,
near, capitol; hot water,, heat -'and
board. Address 486 Cedar st. ■ '•' g-7U
BOARD— few ladies and gentlemen
can find neatly furnished front
rooms, with excellent table board,
in private family, at 100 West Fourth
st., : opposite Rice park. y.\. - -
BOARD— Rooms with board; also nice
. ly furnished parlor suitable for gen
tleman and wife, and two unfurnish
ed rooms. 59 East Tenth st. - "- r*
' MEDICAL WMI.
LADIES: Chichester's English Penny
royal Pills (Diamond Brand), are the
best. Safe, reliable; take no other.
Send 4c, stamps, for particulars,
"lcelief for Ladies," In letter by re
§ turn mall. At Druggists. -Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. " .-. ".. ■:
$500.00 REWARD— Dr. Taylor's Tansy
Pennyroyal English Female Regu
lating Pills, the ladles' friend and
priceless boon. They are the original
and only genuine; aro safe and al
- ways reliable; never fall; mailed any
where for $1; sold at all drug stores.
. For sale ln St. Paul by L. Myssetter,
» F.ourtU and .WftbasJi*. " ..,,'. •■■: ■ '
:•&• J FOR RENT. - '
J. ; W Shenuril, .04 BTflMt 4th St.
RENTS | Houses, Store*, Offices,
Steam-lieuteil Apartment**, Col
• : lect- RentM, acts an Owner*'
X. Agent. -'.: ..
'C. T. CARDIGAN'S Rental Agency, 22
.'- East.Fourth st.; houses, flats, etc.
COTTAGE— For rent, four-room cot
tage,., city water and cellar. Apply
z.;.at 307 Sherburne ay. .
FOR SALE— House furnished through
out with new and modern furniture;
.■ house for rent; best location in the
, city; everything of the latest about
.... the establishment; will sell for one
half cash, balance on time. Inquire
. ■ for further particulars at American
Mortgage Loan Co.'s, 411 Robert st,
ih ßoom 1. . .
HOUSE— For rent, furnished complete,
-i eight-room house 603 Holly ay. ; call
alter 10 a. m.
HOUSE — 316 Market st., nine-room
- house in good condition; bath, etc.*
i B. F. Zahm, at Schuneman & Evans'.
HOUSE— For rent seven-room house,
. - wood shed and coal shed and barn for
- three horses, 361 Banfil st, cheap for
■" 'the winter. : ■ ____■'
\ HOUSE— For rent, at 253 Thirteenth
~ St., cheap to careful tenant. Apply
■•to George F. Patwell, 480 Wabasha
. HOUSE— For rent, six-room house;
;,- improvements; near street car; 664
Pine. Inquire 670 Pine st. -'-"--. "
HOUSE— A house of seven rooms, city
water, suitable for two families,
cheap. 459 Carroll st ___£_,^
;" HOUSE— For rent, good six-room
. .house on Ashland ay. near Kent; fine
:. barn. Inquire 45 North Dale, corner
HOUSE — For rent, ten-room house; ex
■' cellent location; in perfect order; for
$20 per month. 113 Summit ay.
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY,
Davidson block, corner Fourth and
Jackson st. ; houses, stores, flats and
rooms for rent in all parts of the
TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY
GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES,
- TAKE CHARGE OF RENTED
- PROPERTY AND MAKE COLLEC
FLAT of five rooms: all modern. con
veniences: centrally located. Apply
„ at 171 Charles st., near Rice.
FLATS — Seven-room steam-heated
. flats, hot water, gas range fixtures,
shades, screens, etc.; very central; no
: dark rooms. 93 and 95 East Eleventh
'vßfc.- ■; .. "
FLATS— Residence flats, 3 to 7 rooms,
: for rent in Robertson block, corner
. West Seventh and Sherman sts., and
y in 'the Louise Building, West Seventh,
• near Walnut St.; all in first-class or
der. William G. Robertson, No. 27,'.
- Globe Building. .:■ -
FLAT— For rent five-room flat, con
veniently arranged. 650 Mississippi st.
FLAT— For. rent, steam-heated flat;
five rooms and alcove; hot water,
?:as : range and fixtures; all modern
mprovements. 796 Jackson st. In
- quire Leon St. Pierre, Browning,
King & Co. "
BEST CORD MAPLE in the city for
■ '-•" ss.2s' at] Hanley's, 249 Eighth st'
DON'T STOP TO MEDITATE, but act
at once. If you have an idea patent
it; write and get our terms. We are
.. the largest patent solicitors and the
- largest 'patent- agency in • the world.
We have raised within the- last thirty
days, by effecting sales of patents,
over thirteen million dollars. Proof
of this we can give you by' sworn
testimony, and we guarantee that we
ocupy more office space, employ more
typewriters, more salesmen, pay more
-; salaries than all the so-called patent
• -agents combined. Our association is
! under able management; we have
money and brains to secure your
patents and effect the sale of the
same; we have the finest specifica
. tion writers and finest draughtsmen
in the world. Write and get our
terms. Association American Inven
tors, 1111-1119 Betz Building, Phila
CIGAR STORE- FOR SALE-Retail ci
gar store for sale in the heart of the
business district; party is going into
the manufacturing business exclu-
s ively. Call at 205 Endicott building.
FREE INFORMATION and how to
make profitable investments; twen
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-- -never -were better opportunities of
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-. dress- at once Lincoln & Co., bank
• ers and brokers, Dept. 43, 123-125 La
- Salle, st, Chicago.
FOR- SALE CHEAP FOR CASH—
vate- boarding house; business strict
—"ly "first-class; owners are to leave
city. X 27, Globe. ■
FOR SALE good stock of groceries
"" and fixtures; good location and cheap
rent; have other employment. Ad
dress V 43, Globe. ■■" -' •'-
INCREASE YOUR INCOME by care
ful speculation by mail through a
'■_ responsible firm of large experience
and great success. Will send you
particulars free, showing how a small
'-■ amount of money can be easily mul
tiplied by successful speculation in
grain. Highest bank references. Op
portunities excellent. Pattison & Co.,
. Bankers , and Brokers, 83 Omaha
MEAT. MARKET FOR SALE—
good location; well established trade
for several years; will sell cheap. V
42, Globe. ' . - - -• .
PARTNER— partner with $300
or more to start glove factory in St.
-Paul by glove cutter and maker
with dies; big profits. Address A 76,
Globe, Minneapolis. ._*"
PARTNER WANTED— take inter
- est in a well established, legitimate
jobbing business; very profitable;
$30,000 to $50,000 cash necessary; prin
cipals only dealt with. Address X 43,
Globe. ' .
SPECULATION— your specula
tive orders for grain, provisions and
stocks to a reliable house; we solicit
■~- orders on margins; our daily letter
1 "reviewing the markets will be sent
free on request; also our book on
speculation; our facilities are unex
. celled. McKenzie, Turner & Co., 418
Western. Union Building, Chicago.
|H WANTED TO BUY.
, BICYCLE— WiII pay $25 for high-grade
high-frame bicycle, '95 make; must
'-''be in perfect condition.'
• SCALE— to buy a first-class
_ second-hand v scales that you can
: weigh from 1,000 to 1,500 pounds on.
Address Otto Taubert, South Waba
sha st. • * ■' -
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY want
-1 ed; band saw, planer, turning lathe
and one cylinder shaper. Mention
price of each and where to be seen.
I' Address V 37, Globe. ■- ■■ . .
SHOWCASE— small second
" "hand showcase and counter. In good
condition,; also roll top desk. N 47,
* j Globe. \ ;
STOVES— Wanted to buy, for cash,
'stoves' and household goods. Ryan
Furniture and Exchange Company,
142 and 144 East Seventh. R. N. Car
WANT TO BUY ten to twenty acres
1 of land for gardening, five to ten
. miles from the city, for cash. Q 37,
.: Globe.. ... - ■ ■
$5,000 WORTH GOOD, clean household
furniture, carpets, stoves, pianos, or
' I gans and general merchandise want
ed at once for cash; must be cheap
;': X . BiJRK AdU'"e»- X 24, Glob* . }
m m wis
FOR RENT. ?"" :
Roonin. - '"!'■'■';"-
BROADWAY, 667— rent, one large
front room, well furnished; private
family; $5 a month. . ■■
CANADA ST., 655— For rent, four nice
unfurnished rooms; bath, cellar,
yard; good location ; ' rent $8. ■ .- - "
CEDAR ST., No. 706-^Hiawatha Ter
race—Flat 12— For rent, very fine fur
nished room; steam heated. ■■
CENTRAL AY., 61 WEST— Furnished
room; } modern conveniences; rent
CORNER WESTERN AY. AND FUL
ler St.— rent, four large rooms:
all modern, with good cellar and good
barn, j .>■„. .■.>:■<;•.::; ,i>»v '--"?:"-
EXCHANGE ST., 368— Furnished room
with alcove, one without; all con
FIFTH ST., 228 WEST— For rent, two
furnished,- connecting , rooms; quiet
FIFTH, 234' WEST— Second Floor— For
rent, furnished rooms, with bath, gas,
steam, and all modern conveniences,
with use of parlors; -very pleasant,
and in. good locality* -
FRANKLIN ST., 309, SOUTH— For
rent, nicely "furnished alcove room;
board if desired." * •' ■ _____.'
HOTEL (BUCKINGHAM, 67-Former
ly Hotel Barteau— Two furnished con
JACKSON, 1 Five rooms on second
floor; city water, storm sash; near
car line. Inquire in rear.
JOHN t ST., ;,. 676— T0 rent, one room,
partly furnished; ladies preferred.
L'ORIENT ST., 523— Furnished rooms,
cheap, i •'■-'"•- ."- - : -■ ■ -'-' ■■ ■
NELSON AY., 275— Large furnished or
unfurnished front "alcove room for
rent;- with or without board, in pri
vate family. -
PLEASANT AY.. NO. 177— Two or thee
heated rooms for light housekeeping;
partially furnished if desired.
PLEASANT A Y., 284— rent, front
parlor; warm and nicely furnished;
modern conveniences-; rent cheap.
PLEASANT AY., 147— Pleasant fur
nished rooms;- also unfurnished
rooms; well heated. : . ";■ y. : ■■
PLEASANT 15S— Pleasant fur
nished rooj_;u well heated; also table
ROBERT ST., 7C6— Opposite Gov. Mer
riam's I Grounds— A nicely furnished
room, bath room, etc.", to one gen
tleman. ■-•■■■ ' - ■ "■
RICE ST., Corner College ay.—
Nicely furnished rooms for. rent. .
RICE ST., Three, five or eight
rooms for rent. Inquire at 251 Rice.
ROOMS— A few ladies and gentlemen
can find neatly furnished front
- rooms, - with excellent-- table board,
in private family, at 100 West Fourth
st, opposite Rice park. •-'
Pleasant room for rent; gas,
bath and furnace heat; suitable for
one or two* gentlemen. Inquire . 286
East Tenth. V ;
ROOM— rent, furnished room, with
heat, gas arid bath, on Pleasant ay.,
ten minutes' walk. Address V 40,
Globe. i -. •
ROOMS— For 'rent, suite of comforta
bly furnished rooms suitable for two
gentlemen; steam -and all conven
iences. Inquire at 385 St. Peter st.
ROOMMATE— A. Iady roommate want
ed; nice, pleasant rooms: must come
well recommended. 538 Temperance
RONDO, 167— For rent, three rooms,
down stairs; city water and sewer.
RONDO ST., Two rooms furnished
for housekeeping. I_____ :
SEVENTH ST., 159 WEST— 9—
Suite of two , comfortaniy furnished
rooms, ' with 'piano, and all modern
conveniences; board if desired. '■■: ■'" ;.'
SEVENTH ST., 307 WEST— For j rent,
cheap, two or three warm rooms in
brick building for housekeeping; all
conveniences; second floor.
SEVENTH ST., 400, WEST— rent,
nicely furnished front room; also side
room; very reasonable. i__
SMITH A Y., 113— Opposite Hotel Bar
—Nicely furnished room; furnace
heat and bath; price reasonable.
SMITH AY., 137— Pleasant furnished
rooms; gas, bath, furnace heat; pleas
ant location; with or without board.
ST. PETER ST., 691— Near Newport—
For rent, one nicely furnished room;
very pleasant location; one block
from five car lines ; board if desired.
ST. PETER ST., 556— Nicely furnished
room, with " or without board; all
modern improvements; references.
TENTH ST., 194 EAST— rent, com
fortable furnished rooms suitable for
one or two gentlemen, or light house
keeping; all . conveniences.
TENTH ST., 397 -EAST— For rent, fur
nished rooms with or without board;
• gas, steam heat and bath. ■■
THIRD, 257 WEST— Corner of Smith
ay. — Furnished rooms, in suites, for
light housekeeping; price, $8.
THIRD ST., 661 EAST— Three rooms
and bath; .half a block from Maria
ay. electric line.
THE "BUCKINGHAM— Corner Ninth
and Smith -* Ay.— Two connected,
steam-heated, furnished front room
UTOPIA— 493 .-..; St. Peter - Suite of
three rooms for three or four gentle
men, also single rooms. ■
VIRGINIA AY., 244— Two furnished
rooms for. rent with or without
board "steam heat and bath.
WALNUT. ST., 312— For rent, a large
furnished room with modern conve
nlences and furnace heat.
WABASHA, 518— Opposite Capitol— For
rent, two or three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping.
WASHINGTON ST. "402 NORTH— For
rent, furnished rooms, with or with
out board. • «*■'-.« -
WILKIN ST., 24— For rent, one nicely
furnished room; furnace heat, bath,
etc.; cheap-rent;,'". ":■' ■ ■■-:.-. .-
WALNUT ST., 307— Pleasant furnished
or unfurnished room; modern conve
niences; also barn for rent
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN— Elegant
new Cruttenden brougham, standard
style;, can,' be seen at J. C. Shea's Al
bion . stables, 400 Selby ay. N 48,
Globe..; j — -
STORE— rent, store in Robertson
Block; West' Seventh,, near Sherman
st. ; first-class location -for profitable
retail business: -look it up. William
G. Robertson. 27' Globe •Building.
STORE— For rent, good •• corner store
with living room; city water, sewer,
cellar. 651 Canada St.; rent $10. -■■■
COLLEGE! AY.,*: 22, -WEST-Steam
heated basement for rent cheap.
FACTORY at South St. 'Paul for man
ufacturing purposes; cheap rent to
good' tenant. Cardigan, 22 East
Fourth st] _______ -. ■_
PIANO— New' upright piano, standard
make, for rent. ' SS, Globe. • •
THIRTY-FIVE ACRE FARM, with
house arid barn, near city.' John A.
Stees, Seventh and Jackson. •■-;■=■
$2 DOWN AND $2 PER WEEK buys a
$200 ten-acre. farm in New Jersey near
railroad suitable. for vegetable, fruit
and poultry raiding; title clear. Write
for full information to Rlsley's Real
Estate Office, 1 211 South Tenth st.
Philadelphia. Pa.- ■
ATTENTION — Laces, lace curtains
and kid gloves cleaned. Mrs. Haves,
367 Washington, corner West Fifth..
GET YOUR SUNDAY DINNER at the.
"Rockaway," 11:30 to 3 p. m. best
cup of coffee east of Rocky mount
• TO EXCHANGE.
NEW GOODS for secondrhand. Ryan i
Furniture and Exchange Co., 112 and
144 East 7th. R. N. Curdoza, Prop. <
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Consultation confidential. :;:;
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT—
Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced
50 cents; thirty years' experience. 13
Eighth st. -
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE?— Consult
Dr. Bessie Walker, Life Reader, 179
MRS. CARRIE FULLER WEATHER
foreL trance, test and business me
dium; magnetic healer; free diagno
sing. 4 to sp. m. 351 West Franklin.
LADIES TO KNOW they can have hair
chains made cheaper and better than«
any place in the city at Mrs. F. R.
Taylor's, Room 18 Forepaugh block,
Seven corners. •-:-.-
MATRIMONIAL .AGENCY— Send 10c
for papers containing methods and
descriptions; published monthly;
wealthy patrons. Mr. and Mrs. Drake,
MARRY! — Gentlemen desiring mar
riage or correspondence with ladies of
• wealth, beauty and refinement, ad
dress Mutual Improvement, Station
_L,_ Chicago, 111.
MARRY— Send 5 cents for best matri
monial paper published; 1,000 ads.;
wealthy patrons; always reliable.
"Heart and Hand," Minneapolis,
MRS. ALICE AUSTIN, CLAIRVO
yant card reader; hours, 9. to 6 and
7 to 9 p. m. Sundays excepted. No.
16 West Exchange st.
MRS. DR. MOSS. St Paul's foremost
medium, 513 Wabasha st, opposite the
capitol. This gifted lady is superior
to any clairvoyant who has ever vis
ited the West. She stands as high
above the ordinary fortune teller as
the president of the United States
above the rag picker. Come and be
ST. PAUL VIA VI COMPANY fur
nishes health book and consultation
tree by lady attendants to mothers
and daughters. 29 Germania Bank,
• Fifth and Wabasha.
TRANCE MEDIUM.. 1
DR. HARVEY, the renowned trance
medium and clairvoyant, is recogniz
ed by the public generally 'as being
the most correct and reliable 'trance
' medium in the country. Never before
has the future been so truthfully
foretold as by Dr. Harvey; he can '
and will help those who are in trou- ;
ble: correct Information on all love
affairs, marriages, lawsuits, sickness, '
absent friends, etc.; gives names of
your relations and friends, and mes
- sages from your spirit friends on the
other side of life; removes evil in
fluences and develops mediumship;
cures and diagnoses diseases^ i read
ings 50c and $1; open daily, evenings,
and Sundays. 423 Wabasha st ' " ''"
LOST AND FOUND. ~"~
BEST CORD OF MAPLE in the city
, for $5.25 at Haniey's, 249 Eighth st.
DOG- LOST— Oct. 29th. red and white
English setter dog. Finder return to
292 East Cook st. and receive reward.
DOG LOST— A small, yellow, long
haired dog, large eyes, from the cor
ner of Seventh and Forest sts.. about
Friday noon. Return to 962 Resney
st. for reward. - ,-■,.■,..,
"DOG LOST— Nov. 3, a bull terrier pup,
about four months old: all white but
the head, which is brlndle; ears cut
short Reward of $10.00 will ! be
given for the return of the pup to 414
Robert st _. .
LOCKET LOST— Nov. "th, gold charm
locket, double eagle one side and
Knight Templar on the other; valued
as a gift. Liberal reward' will be
paid. E. B. Sperry, St Paul Park,
Minn. . ■ ."
PUP LOST— gray St. Bernard
pup: black face and tail; left 559
Snelling ay. yesterday evening be
tween 4 and 6 o'clock; raised with
boy: child inconsolable; return or
notify; $5 reward. -.- ■.-":»
PHOTOGRAPH LOST— Friday even
ing, on Fuller, near Arundel at., a
small-sized photograph. Will finder
kindly leave at 399 Fuller st. ■
PARROT LOST— Suitable reward for
return of same. August Gundlach,
corner Rice and Martin sts.
RING FOUND— GoId ring; owner by
proving property can obtain same by
calling at No. 50 Court block.
HORSES AND CARRIAGEsT
HORSE— For sale, $10, light horse to
trade for heavy team; laundry wag
on and grocery wagon for sale cheap.
243 Eighth st.
HORSES WINTERED at Cloverdale
farm; warm ventilated stables and
ample paddocks for exercise; no wire
fences; best of grain, care and atten
tion. For particulars call at office of
Gribben Lumber company, 194 East
Seventh st, St. Paul, or address
Freeman Strobrldge, Lake Elmo.
HORSES AT AUCTION — 150 horses
and mares at auction every Wednes
day at 10 a. m. ; sales of horses, bug
gies, harnesses, wagons, etc.; private
sale daily; consignments solicited; we
have from 100 to 200 head constantly
on hand. Barrett & Zimmerman's
Horse Auction and Commission Sta
bles, No. 20 Second st. north. Minne
apolis. References: City Bank, Col
umbia National Bank, Farm, Stock
WANTED— Light Portland cutter; ex
change for good gold watch. L 50,
YOUNG, sound horse; cash or on time;
buggy and single harness; cheap.
897 Woodbridge st
$15 BUYS a sound horse: a free trav
eler. Apply at 552 Rondo st _
WANTED— Horse and light wagon
suitable for butcher's delivery. Ad
dress J 28. Globe. _
DO YOU WANT to borrow money on
diamonds, watches, etc.: any amount
George R. Holmes. 141 East Seventh.
MONEY TO LOAN at 6 per cent on
first-class improved city business and
residence property. No charge for
commission or exchange; no gold
clause; no delay. We give the *on or
before" privilege. The State Savings
Bank. Germania Life Building. <
MONEY" TO LOAN on watches, dia
* monds, jewelry, bicycles, furs and all
' goods of value; diamonds, watches,
chains and charms for sale at half
their value. At Ly tie's, 411 Robert
st. room 1. ■ _________
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pi
anos, etc., to remain with the own
er; also on watches, diamonds, seal
cloaks, etc., loans can be repaid by
Installments; business strictly pri
vate. Room 7. First Nat. Bank Bldg,
cor. Fourth ard Jackson; Minnesota
Mortgage Loai.' Co. .
$50 TO $-00 SHORT TIME LOANS ON
personal property, collateral paper, \
household goods, diamonds, seal gar
ments and all goods In storage. Notes gfi
discounted. Ohio Investment Com
pany, seventh floor. Globe Bldg.;
most private office*- in the city.
_ DERMATOLOGY. ','
PUG SOSES. S.Aw._» r NOSE3,ffl
-.ejecting Ears, —Side to harmonl-e-rlth "h-l_""™l
other feat-res. Bend Btitnp for hook oniMk^W
Uoauty. J. 1. Woodbury, 197 *V. 42d St.,N.Y. >-^-f'
J-foncu O-ices; Beaten, -'_"'•_., Chicago, St. Loujj