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SPARS fO.i TIME
VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT'S NOTE
.3 NOT SATISFACTORY TO
CONDITIONS PRESENTED THAT
ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE
Germany and Great Britain Will Pyt
Forth an Ultimatum in a Few Days—
Inspired Newspapei* Article Says
Venezuela Has Treated Germany Al
most With Insult.
BERLIN, Dec. 4. —The note of Presi
dent Castro, of Venezuela, presented to
the German minister at Caracas a week
ago, is not satisfactory to the German
government. It is deemed inadequate
and as being especially designed to
gain further time. Its partial accept
ance of the German demands was
coupled with conditions which are un
The exchange of views with the
British foreign, office has resulted in a
decision to proceed with the joint ac
tion. An ultimatum will almost cer-
tainly be presented in a few days. The
phrasing of the note is the subject of
the present correspondence between
the representative governments whose
action will not await the arrival in the
West Indies of the cruisers Amazon,
Niobe and Ariadne, as Germany al
ready has an ample force there. The
departure of these cruisers has been
A seemingly inspired article in the
Cologne Gazette today says:
"Despite Germany's patience with
Venezuela, all thought has been aban
oned of a peaceful settlement. Vene
zuela has treated Germany in a man
ner almost insulting, because Vene
zuela published official communica
tions without Germany's consent,
coupled with improper comments."
CARACAS, Dec. 4.—The British
cruiser Indefatigable arrived today at
La Guaiara. Three more British war
ship's are expected.
BREAKING DOWN GATES
SODA WATER AND ENGLISH BIS-
CUIT CIVILIZE HINDOO
Mrs. McKenzie, of London, Tells of the
Hindoo's Love for Charged Water—
Younger Men of Asian Empire Go td
England for Education.
MTI'VAiJKEE, Wis., Dec. 4.—Mrs.
M. McKenzie, of London, Eng., who is
visiting her cousin James L. O'Connor,
127 Twentieth street, spent twenty
three years in India and Burmah with
her husband, who was an officer in the
British navy. Mrs. McKenzie has been
five months in the United States and
is greatly interested in American cus
toms, and finds many things to admire
here. Her impressions of life in India
gathered during her residence there
v lillHwi^^^^P of free prescriptions, free .treatments,:
HS^K^^^BB^B^ •• *re 3 electric b3lts, .patent medicines.
j j/^ % quack "nostrums, so-callad "devjlop
:^^^\ "^^^\\\W ; ers'" _ etc. - Thousands of unreliable
• '^^pfe^^H^RV medical concerns have sprung up all ovar
.-^^^^^^^^^^^> the country during tha last few' years
#-^^W and their sole purpose seems to be to
*«PnH^»HHr defraud the sick and afflicted with
dr. Alfred l, cole, v — cateh-pemy schemes and fraudulent
Th Expert «*«"«»*• / free offers. ;. •; -.
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I Then there are many medical concerns who claim they cure any ana all dis
eases the human flesh is heir to, whether they are known to be incurable or not.
The successful physician of ■_ today is not the one who knows a little about ev
ery ailment, but the one who knows all about certain ones. It is very evident
that~a~ doctor who dabbles in all branches of medicine and surgery cannot be
.come an expert in the treatment of one certain class of diseases. Consequently a
sick or afflicted person cannot have as much faith or confidence in the ability of '■
such a doctor as he can in one who devotes all his time and centers all his
forces on a certain specialty. Dr. Alfred L. Cole, the acknowledged leading spe
cialist in. the Northwest, realized this and decided.to concentrate all his talents,
energies and skill on the treatment and cure of diseases of men, and .
He Is the Only Specialist
In the Northwest who treats nervous and private diseases of men only.
There are thousands of men whose minds are weak and impaired and whose
bodies are unsound and diseased. . They suffer from the follies and excesses of §
youth and experience a weakening of .their mental and physical powers.' They
are.weak. nervous, tired, dizzy, languid, despondent and absent _ minded v have
weak, aching back, palpitation of the heart. capricious ; appetite, frightful
dreams, a constant fear of impending trouble, and night losses which unfit them
for work, business, study or marriage. Others are suffering from private dis
- eases, such as Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture. Varicocele. -Enlarged prostate ■} or
Blood Poison (Syphillis). ARE YOU ONE OF THESE MEN? Are you stagger
ing under the burden of a secret weakness which is a slow but sure drain on
your strength and vitality? Does the tremor of weakness - and disease shake
your body and appall your mind, and do you look back upon your past life with
a sigh of remorse? Are you in your present state fit for anything? Can anybody
rely on you? Can you rely on yourself? Is your body almost wrecked and yourV
brain in a whirl? It is terrible to be in this condition, but it is worse to allow =
it to continue and become aggravated, for it will then fill your whole future with
misery and indescribable woe just as certainly as night follows day, and it is of
the greatest importance to yourself and yours that you get out of this condi
tion of weakness , and disease. It is also equally important that you consult a
doctor that makes a specialty of the disease from which you suffer.
PRACTICE LIMITED TO DISEASES OF MEN.
Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Impotency, Shrunken Organs, Lost Man
r_ hood, Emissions, Waste in Urine, Enlarged Prostate, Gonor
rhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Blood Poison, Kidney and V
The Largest, the Oldest Established, the Eest Equipped and Most
Relif b:e Medical Institute in the Northwest. " ;l " ?
It will cost you no more to take treatment of an expert specialist than to
place yourself I under the doubtful ability of a mediocre. V* It must, therefore be
plain to you that it is absolutely necessary for your future, welfare and har>pi
ness a } you cast your false modesty aside and place your case in the hands of
g a skillful aria reliable specialist, who will quickly and - permanently I restore you
to what nature intended—a" healthy, vigorous man, with physical and vital pow- ;
' ers complete, fitted in every way to enter courageously and successfully into •
r the strenuous battle jof life. Dr. Cole wishes |to \ have " a private heart-to-heart
talk or correspondence with men of all ages, occupations and conditions in life
who are weak, nervous, broken down, discouraged, or who suffer from any se- 1
cret disease or weakness. Do not put off any longer from day to day and from:
week to week a matter of such vital importance, but do something now. It will
.be none too soon. .. \ . .. _. . ■■.. •■....;. . ■. . v
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
OUR TREATMENT at the HOME is a GREAT SUCCESS. One personal
visit is preferred but the fact . that - you are out of town and ■; cannot call, need
not deprive you of services. If you cannot call write and receive full particu
lars, mode of treatment, prices, terms, etc. These will be mailed-you-free of
ccst.: No medicine . sent unless ordered. , ': r" • --" '
41111 HLrflkU Li UUL t^physiclaijs,;,,
24 Washington Avenue South flinneapolis, Minn. v.
Office Hours—9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
FREE X-RAY EXAMINATIONS DAILY.
"Soda water and English biscuit are
doing a great deal to break dow« caste
in India," she said,' "even a Brahmin
will drink soda water a,nd relish it. Yet
the rules of caste prevail still in many
parts of India. The youth of India go
to England to get their education, yet
they find means to maintain their caste
after returning to their homes, in spite
of the fact-that they are supposed to
lose caste when they cross salt water.
Possibly they pay money to the priests
to get their caste restored. The rajah
of Jaipore, when he went to the coro
nation, carried water and provisions
enough to supply him until his return
to his principality, and took his own
special corps of servants to prepare his
food. This was done with a view 6~f
keeping his caste intact. In former
times it was considered indispensable
for Hindoos going to England to do
this, 1 but the rules seem to be .relaxed
somewhat now. The water the Hindoos
drink is very Important in their man
ner of living. They are very particular
that no low caste man shall dip a cup
into the well they use. Mohammedans
are not allowed to touch their cups. I
have seen a Hindoo dip his cup full of
water and then pour it into the cup of
a Mohammedan, taking care that the
edges of the vessels shall be kept apart.
Now the rule is relaxed, and a Moham
medan may dip his cup down into the
well and draw up water without pol
Strict Rule of Caste.
"These reforms move slowly, and
there are many parts of India where it
is considered, a disgrace for a high
caste man to drink with one of lower
caste. The weaver caste, for instance,
will not smoke with a member of the
caste that washes clothes. The caste
that dresses hides is Jthe lowest of the
"There is a peculiar thing about the
Hindoos. They consider a shadow east
across the food is a pollution. If a
Hindoo is cooking his meal at one of
the improvised ovens they construct of
an amalgamated mud and an unbe
liever's shadow falls across it, the
preparations are discontinued and a
new oven is built to cook another meal,
no matter how hungry the cook may
be. These restrictions are closer in
Lower Bengal *.han in the Punjaub.
"The young men of India are gen
erally going to England to be edu
cated, and are taking their places in
the government positions. The first
native of India to get a place in the
government service was a Parsee. A
native won the honor of senior wrang
ler, the highest honor in mathematics,
at Oxford university, not long ago.
They make excellent accountants, and
are a clever race."
First English Woman in Chindwin.
Mrs. McKenzie has the distinction of
being the first English woman to go
to the Chindwin country, a section of
Upper Burmah. This was done during
the Burmese war.
"I went on a warship of which my
husband was commander," said she,
"The ship went up the Chindwin river
to Candat, the highest point that the
English had yet subdued, and the pur
pose was to patrol the river. We suf
fered for food that time, as we could
not get any fresh meat. The Bur
mese are averse to killing: any animal
for food, and are vegetarians to that
point. They will not even sell their
living animals to be killed for food.
Nevertheless they do not object to eat
ing meat that others have killed, and'
during an epidemic that killed many
horses, elephants and camels, they cut
up the carcasses and devoured them
until the British government, fearing
that the health of the country would
deteriorate, ordered them to desist."
During the entire residence in Asia
Mrs. McKenzie only secured entrance
into one temple, the Golden Temple in
Auritsa, a city of the Punjaub. No
one can enfer without taking off tha
shoes. In Burmah the people are Bud
dhists, and they do not object to peo
ple visiting their pagodas.
THE ST. PAUL, UCOBR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1902.
Where Wants Can Be Lett,
for Insertion in
At the Rate of 1 Cent* per
Word. No Insertions Ac-
cepted Less than 20 Cent»s.
Personal. Clairvoyants. Fortune Teller
and Medical Classifications.
:i wo Gents Per Word
No insertion accepted less than 25 cents.
WANT COLUMN BRANCH OfFIGEB:
CONGEU BROS.. Druggists, ; Selby aye
;' nue, corner St. Albans: 409 Spltiy
:V-> r avenue and "319 University avenue. -«s
j RICE STREET PHARMACY. - 306 '- Rice ■
street. "■^i^-;;i^:y.r,l' f'- :■.■■ . - .:■ ;
ALBERT; W.: BORK, corner Mississippi
•■■-"•*■'. and Nash'streets.'...-...•:....■ . .
CAMPBELL ■ BROS. *:- Selby I and • Victoria,-.
S. H. - REEVES. Druggist-- Seven Comers.
STRAIGHT BROS.. ■•« Druggists. T.ondo
■»■"••'■• ; and Orottn streets. "■■:•*■••'"V- •"'•■ .5.— -'
A. T. GUERNSEY & SON, Druggists. 171
--• * North '.Dale street. - -' '*- -".■■ r.-'ii.-.~.
PEOPLE'S PHARMACY. 798 East Sev
-'-"■'-'->.• enth street. : ;' "/, ■■<■ ■-- ■ ' M
E. B. ROLLINS. - Druggist. -. 295 West Sev
'■ enth ; street.' v • .*- :*' r -•■ -; *- ' ..'•'
SEVER WEST^Y. ; DrupKist, Maria' ave
■•■-- nue and East Third street.
TV. A. FROST & , CO.. r Druggists. \Selby
'•■'-: and WestPrn avenues. r-.^ ■'- • v-"T: *
WALTER NELSON. University t
• avenue and Rice street. -;.' i :;- "'
REITZKE & : CO.. Druggists. Selby and
* . -.-- Western avenues. "• .r ■ c.:': . -■:• ' '-'
A. & a tSCHUMACHER.- Druggists,.: 430
:..:■■ Wept Seventh street. • -
HOLCOMB '■■■ &T- MAONITSON.' 9511 Payne
- : ' • avenue.: ■■-- '. '■.-■:■ ■ < ■■■:-•■' > .-■--■- - : .::^
J. "W. NELSON. Dale and University. >-'
BOTNER & CO.. . Druggists. <578 Grand
■ v avenue, corner St. Albans. '." v■. ■-
C. T. HELLER- Colonnade. St.: Peter and
'. Tenth str*>et3."^ ---::.■:■ .
C. F RUTHERFORD. St. Peter and
Fourth streets...; " ~ • ' "
J. P. JELLTNEK &" CO.. 961 "West Sev
. :'". enth street. :".->' • • ' -■■■ -•-.--- ■■■■■"^'
W. K. COLT.TER. East Seventh street,
: corner Slbley. - ':' - -> . --'
A. A. CAMPBELL. Louis and Rondo
-'street^.:- V-~.vr ■ ■; :•■-': ■••:■■"""■■■•■
TT.-J.-M'CAT,t;. 483 Broadway. : '
DREIR PHARMACY, corner: Ninth :f and
St. Peter streets. ■ • -:■
GEORGE: C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 973
_ East Seventh street.-' .;•-.!
H. W DTCTCM.AN. ; Druppist. \. 830 : East
Seventh street.' corner Beech. :
JOHN -ponT^TR & CO:.:RBl.Payne avenue.':
■R. A. TREAT. 442 Broadway. •=?.■, - : ■'■-.-.-. :'.
: HELP WANTF'.—FEMALES. '
HOUSEWORK—GirI for .general house
- work. :' Apply 227 Virginia aye. .-' r., -!.'.
TWENTY-FIVE GIRLS wanted to ; stitch i
'": shirts or overalls on high speed ma
chines; steady .'work: good pay. Gulter,
--: man Bros.. Fifth and Slbley sts. ■ *
$15 PER THOUSAND, ■ copying letters at
;?home; either sex; send two stamps for
.. particulars. ; Ozark Co., 914 Opera House
,: Block/Chicago. v:-^-■-',>;:
GIRL WANTED—A strong willing girl for
second work; must have some experi
ence. Inquire at 107 Virginia ay.
GENERAL, GIRL for two, Montana; $20;.
fare; experienced child's nurse; family
laundress; hotel family cooks. Inquire
430 Wabasha, German-American Em
"WAITRESS WANTED-fApply Mrs. W. B.
Bend, 239 Summit ay. -
BOY WANTED—DeIi very Jpoy in grocery
at 220 West Sixth St.
H O RSEB~A NcTcARRIAG E S.
LUMBERMAN TAKE NOTICE—We have
constantly on hand- from 600 to 800
heao of heavy logging horses; come and
look the.n over; you can find just what
. you want at any time. Barrett & Zim
mermar's Midway Horse Market, St.
STATE OF MINNESOTaTcOUNTY OF
Ramsey—es. Probate Court.
In the matter of proving the alleged last
will and testament of Mary Josephine
Whereas, Auguste Louis Larpenteur. of
the City of St. Paul and State of Minne
sota has delivered to the Probate Court
of the County of Ramsey an instrument in
writing purporting to be the last will and
testament of Mary Josephine Larpenteur,
late of St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minne
sota, deceased, and filed therewith his
petition to said Probate Court, praying
that the said instrument may be proved
and admitted to probate, and that letters
testamentary be granted thereon to him
It is Ordered, That said petition be.
heard and the proofs of said alleged will
be taken at a special term of this Court,
to be held at the Court House, in the
City of St. Paul, in said County, on Mon
day, the 15th day of. December, 1902, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, when all per
sons interested may appear for or contest
the probate of it; and that notice of
such hearing be given to all persons in
terested, by publishing this order once in
each week for three successive weeeks
prior to said -day of hearing, in the St.
Paul Globe, a legal newspaper printed and
published in said County.
Dated at St. Paul, this 19th day of
E. W. BAZILLE,
(L. S.) Judge of Probate.
Stevens, O'Brien. Cole & Albrecht,
Attorneys for Petitioner. ' <y
Sewer on Jackson Street, Rrom Como Aye»
nue to Valley- Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 26, 1902.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
2 p. m. on the eighth (Sth) day of De
cember. A. D. 1902, for the constructing
of a sewer on Jackson street, from Como
avenue to Valley street, in said city, ac
cording to plans and specifications on file
in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (f) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul,
in a sum of at least ten (10) per cent of
the gross amount bid, must accompany
each bid. Said check shall be made pay
able to the Clerk of said Board.
The saia Board reserves the right to
reject any and alLbids.
JOHN S. GRODE,
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Grading Sturgls Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Nov.- 26. 1902.
Sealed bids will be received by the
iJoard of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St.. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
2 p. m. on the eighth (Bth) day of De
cember, A. D. 1902, for the grading of
Sturgis street, from Douglas street to
Western avenue, in said city, according
to plans and specifications on file in the
office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per
cent or a certified check on a bank of St.
Paul, in a sum of at least ten (10) per
cent of the gross amount bid. must ac
company each bid. Said check shall be
made payable to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
JOHN S. GRODE,
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Assessment for Paving Robert 6treet from
Eighth street to University avenue.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 1, WO2.
The Board of Public Works in and for
the Corporation of the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, and will meet at their office in
said city at 2 p. m. on the 15th day of
December, A. D. 1902, to make an assess
ment of benefits, tosts and expenses aris
ing from 'paving Robert street'"'with vit
j rifled brick, from Eighth street to Univer-
I sity avenue, in said city, on the property
! on the line of said improvement and ben
efited thereby, amounting in the aggregate
All persons interested are hereby noti
fied to be present at said time and place
of making said assessment, and will be
JOHN S. GRODE,
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
HELP WANTED—IV.ALE 9.
BOOKKEEPER, over twenty-four years
old, to handle^ customers' ledger in
wholesale busi»ss; must have expe
rience and be rapid Shd accurate; chance
for advancement for competent man;
state age, experfentee and salary de
_ desired. Address R 162, Globe.
BOY WANTEDrSro help Saturdays. Cro
cus Hill Meat fMafjfet, Grand and St.
BLACKSMITH WAN 1* 1 ED—A blacksmith
for general blafeksiiSith work; must be,
a good horse-skperi •is wanted at once. !
_ Ben Gosse, Wafeasfca. JMlnn.
Your choice or^nK trousers in the
house, made t's ydur measure, $4, $6
or $8; usual pripe, &> to $15; perfect fit
always guarantor;-Trousers kept in re
pair one year. -Minnesota Tailoring Co.,
Grand Opera Hoasl?
THE AMERICA]*'BOY gives a beautiful
calendar free to tHose sending $1 for
one year's subscription during December.
207 Bank of Minnesota Bldg. '
WANTED—Men- With one or two horses,
to sell medicine 1; Neither to dealers qr
consumers; good- wages earned aria
steady erhployment; write to or call at
463 Temperance St.. near Eighth st. P.
Q. Medicine Company, St. Paul, Minn.
WOODSMEN for Minnesota and Wiscon
sin; $30 to $35 per month and upwards^
fare pafd; shin dally. Railroad Labor
ers, $2 to $2.50 per* day; free fare.
Plenty of other orders A. H. Ander
son 197 EastThlrd st.
Anybody Out of Work »n St. Paul of
Minneapolis may" insert art adver
tisement under this heading free of
NURSE—Experienced nurse wishes work.
L 106, Globe.
"A~G6OD~73lßirorfifteen years woukTlike
a position in office or tending telephone:
is smart and active girl. Address K.
S.. 59 West^ Tenth st.
AN AMERICAN middle-aged widow with
little girl 8 years old wishes position as
housekeeper; reliable and trustworthy;
references exchanged. Address 733 Hol
ly jlv, St._Paul.
AN American middle-aged widow with lit
tle girl eight years old wishes situation
as housekeeper; tenable and trustwor
thy; references exchanged. Address 733
Holly ay. St. Paul, . '_
DRESSMAKER wants sewing in families;
charges reasonable. Address 502 Broad
way. < 1
GIRL of seventeea desires work of some
kind in doctor's office. Lillian Hagen,
890 To- at.
HOUSEWORK—"fIoung girl would~like to
assist in light Housework in flat or ho
tel apartments, to go home nights; can
_give references. 457 Harrison ay.
HOUSEWORK-:Stroni~young~ girl; wish
ing to do housewdrk, desires position
at once. Call or address 646 Randolph
st. \ '
HOUSEWORK—Neaf. reliable girl de
sires housework -without washing, in
place without small children. Address
56 Central Terrace.
WANTED—By woman, day work, or will
go. out gick nursing. Call or address
Mrs. Siddan. third floor 9 Central ay,
LAD"i' wants work by the day or by the
hour: will do office work. 'Room 13%,
447 St. Peter st.
LADY wishes position in doctor's or den
tist's office. Address_ S s,_Globe.
NEEDLEWOMAN—A middle-aged lady
wishos a situation as needlewoman; no
objection to a little light housework;
wages no object. J. V., 382 Fort st.
NURSE—A lady would like a position to
take care of Invalid lady and do some
lfght housework, or take care of an old
couple. Address 127 East Eleventh st..
141 East Ninth St.r Telephone Main 183.
WE FURNISH women by the day to do
housecleaning. washing, ironing, sew
ing, nursing the sick and mending: also
men to do ocid jobs:
POSITION WANTED—By a middle aged
man, a position of trust with some re
liable firm; can furnish best of ref
erences. Address. C. S., 148 E. Mlnne
POSITION WANTED-A young lady
wants work of some kind. Room G, 447
St. Peter st.
OFFICE WORK—Young lady wishes po
sition in office: has had experience and
is quick at figures. Address 536 Broad
STENOGRAPHER—An experienced lady
stenographer desires permanent posi
tion with a reliable firm: reasonable
salary. Address J. X., 162 Custer st.
WANTED —Position by young lady expe
rienced in stenography and general of
fice work; good penman; well educated:
not afraid of work. Address H. B. t 495
WANTED—By a middle-aged woman,
half a day's work; is a first-class cook,
boarding house or hotel preferred;
wishes work for all winter. Address
YOUNG GIRL would like to clerk in store
at small counter or do wrap
ping. 457 Harrison ay.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED. Irregular
menstruation quickly cured; forty years'
experience. Office open from 9 a. m.
till 10 p. m. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bldg.,
Minneapolis. TeL N. W., M. 3203-L2.
'1. C 633: pood home for patients.
CHARLES ALEXANDER—AIice is sick;
your help needed; come at once. Ida.
LADIKS in trouble, call or write Dr. Bly,
27 Fourth st south, Minneapolis. New
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION SALE—
Your choice of any trousei*s in the
house, made to your measure, $4, $6
or $8; usual price. $6 to $15; perfect fit
always guaranteed; trousers kept In re
pair one year. Minnesota Tailoring Co.,
Grand Opera House.
LOST AND "FOUND.
DOG V- FOUND—English ~setter bitch,
. : Thanksgiving, on ~ Summit; - black eyes. :
14 West . Sixth -st:'^-"< :■- -;';;■ -.-.
DOG LOST —Lost, a i white English setter
-' dog; r reward"^ for his ~ return •to- A. •-"- E.
Thompson. ; 383 Woodward: ay. -~ v ;:
PARTNERSHIP ? DISSOLUTION SALE—
;_. Your * choice of r any trousers T-in " ■ > the *
■ house, made to .V your v- measure, ■ $4, -$6
. or $8; usual price..- $6 to: $15; perfect fit
-. '-- always guaranteed; trousers kept in re- :
"■§: pair one year. Minnesota Tailoring Co.,
Grand Opera House... —C-.".-■-. '.-"■,...\.'.."-.
- TYPEWRITING MACHINES.
: BV V- typewriters ; with" rent * you pay; all
' makes. <; Jewett : Agency. ftj 237 . Henr.epin
."• ay.. Minneapolis: all;makes. ~■;_ .■ *
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought, sold/
■' exchanged and rented at lowest prices.
»>iWestern Typewrftet Exchange, 813 Pio
* neer : Press. St. Paul. :;--.^ a, ~r - .^-.- •. '
;.""*~~' _ ' _ *~T~r^rr~:; ■■■ ""^^^"^*~"^
MODERATE PRICES for i the best dental
sz work will bring business to any skillful;
'. dentist, an 4 ■ the t best " work i Is ■ always
. S the cheapest; my work, skill and ; prices
■'■' bring me better ; results than the best 1
icr advertisement- I can • write: -■ .Come- and
■.*■'? see me. -Dr. Schiffman. 138 East Sixth
■ Bt . .... ■
For V Unnatural Discharges; ~ Stricture
Especially' Id * old *. eases;':- where doctor*
fait'^use;,.'..''-"--;. 1.,".:^.;;'';. :;"":-/ 3--: -.0-'
a non-poisonous, CURE for ul
ceratlon ■ and' inflammation of : the I mucous
: membrane - of £ the 5 urethra, all 5 private:
; urinary diseases. and *: weakness ■of 'men
I and I women. vrZY-MO Is GIARASTEED
TO .CURE OR MO\EV REFUNDED.
'- Cures -; in 48 I hours 3 without c pain. Espe
!cially advised >; for J old. s obstinate "- cases.
: Druggists, i or;' sent prepaid, $!.-*■* Address,
!Dr Ray & i Co.. No. tsl Prager Bldg., Bos
:ton. Mass. Free medical --advice-give*.':
• Write for book, ZA sent"' sealed— FREE.
:JIT-MO j sf>ld'in t S . t Paul by F. M. > Parker. ;
>254 " Wabasha rßto- ■-^--":^- :^ -" ~--■ y-.^Xy-
- . ; FINANCIAL.
$15—Your credit is good with us. Quick
y $20—loans -; on household * goods, pianos, s
■:s2s~etc. .^without % removal jh; from ;• your \>.
;. $30—residence;,- ; easy payments; '£• lowest "
~ $35—rates. -.Also: loans; to ; salaried -z peo- -;■
■M o— pie r without '•: mortgages or indorser.
■■: $45— payable; in ■'.- easy ? weekly,; or : monthly
8 $50 —installments. We '< have i private ; in-'."
B $55 —terviewing * rooms, and i can \ guar- : :
.; $60 —antee "- absolute 5 privacy - and ? confl- \. \
J $65—dential X_ treatment. Fifth floor.
i- American' Loan Co.; ;i 512 ' Manhattan
! $100 —Bldg. Open Wed. and Sat. evenings..
i?iK<~£: LOANS, LARGE OR SMALL,
.TO' SALARIED PEOPLE with permanent ,
positions " with r> reliable i concerns, "i with
;•; - out \ mortgage ; or •, indorser: j only; security
:■'-' your name: payable >in '-_ installments] to
v suit your convenience; only home com
pany; S incorporated \;. thirty -V years. jJ . By
: reason of I large : client;"ge; we i give better
;:: rates • and v; discount on t t advance nay
ments. ;• Every interview r- and transac- 7
• tion confidential. Our method is to,
.- • please, to do .business. with: you. not for
■ -: • once '-' only. 1 but - in ' every .'■ time - of;* need.
' Private • offices, .316-317."Pioneer Press
V Bldg.. * third, floor. Open -8;a.; m. :to 6p.
■■"- ; »r>. Minn. Mtpe. Loan Co. ■• "•' ■ ' "
- " . -DO YOU - NEED MONEY? ,- V
SALARY ir AND - FURNITURE IiOA.N3.
- ~ ST -PAUL FINANCIAL CO..
■'■-. Room ; 301.' New .York -" Life Bulldins. >
j MONK V; NED •; on diamonds and all
: ; Foods ; of value;:reduced rate* v Oeo._B.
- Holmes^ 141 Fast Seventh, y-v^ \: r> I
6 AND .6 PER CENT. MONEY to 'loan
v . on 1 Improved" property ■in ? St. - Paul I and
-'.■; Minneapolis. V. -, C- Gilmcn.;: German la
Life . Bide. ; ;' >.\--\r.-\,-Z. ■--: v-/;— ,;-^-:
'-'■'■ ."■> V;::A .•-'>"■;-?■•■:■. LOANS V-J-'i -j :"'::..■ -
ON I HOUSEHOLD :• FURNITURE." pianos
•!" and other personal property without re
:'. moval from your residence; no publicity;
transactions confidential;, loans made for
Interest, not-;to; get your ? security; only
home - company; . incorporated - for r thirty ,
years. V By reason of .. large clientage :we
give the lowest rates. "- 317 Pioneer Press
Bldg., Minn. Mtge.' Loan Co. ■•; -:--"~~ '-■■?' ~
LOWEST RATES. EASY PAYMENTS.
ROOM 730. GLOBE mJILDING.
PIANO, guitar and mandolin instruction
by well known teachers; for a short
time twenty-four lessons, $10. School
of Music. 165 Weat Fourth st; open
day and evening.
REMER DANCING ACADEMY, 185 Ron
do St.; beginners' classes Monday. Tues
day, Thursday and Friday evenines;
8:30 to 10:30; enter any time.
WM. H. BAKER, teacher of dancing.
Litt's hall; classes to suit all grades of
dancers; children meet Saturday mor <-
Ings; private lessons. Tel. 1775 L-2.
155 WORDS a minute in shorthand, 40
words a minute in typewriting new
mutter, all perfect, by Misses Adolph
son _and Meili, are records made after
attending Rasmussen Practical Business
school. Fourth and Cedar (526 Globe
Bldg.), two and three months.
Anybody Out of Work In St. Paul of
Minneapolis may insert a.i adver
tisement under this heading fi*e» of
WORK FOR BOARD—Faithful man de
sires position to work for board while
attending school. Address "Barnes,"
720 Globe Building.
LADY STENOGRAPHER with some ex
perience desires position. Address
Stenographer, 221 Norris street.
A YOUNG MAN would like to hear of
place around store during holidays, or
driving delivery wagon; well acquainted
with city. Address 451 East Sixth st.
A YOUNG MAN wants work driving a
delivery wagon or work around store;
very useful and handy around a place.
Address 451 East Sixth st.
BARTENDER—Young man of twenty-one
would like work as bartender; expe
rience five years. Address B. V. 8., 397
West Seventh st.
BOY wants work of some kind. Harry
Hackett, 59 West Tenth st.
BOY of eighteen, speaks English and
German, would like work of any kind.
Address 514 Edmund st, St. Paul,
BOY—A strong boy, seventeen years ct
age. would like work of any kind; call
or write. O. M., 772 Iglehart st.. city.
BOY of seventeen would like work of any
kind, and knows a little about horses;
knows the city well. Address John
Kaluza, 1033 Minnehaha st., St. Paul,
BOY wants work of any kind; knows the
city well. Address J. O. Halloran, 1328
Sigel St., St. Paul, Minn.
BOY wants work of any kind; knows the
city well. Adolph Wegworth, 929 Con
CLERK—Wanted, a position as clerk in
grocery or hardware store in the city;
have experience and can give good ref
erence; I am a young man and have
a fair education. L 148, Globe.
COOK—Wanted, position as cook (col
ored); fourteen years' experience; re
liable and sober; can furnish best ref
erences. Address "Cook," 221' East
COOK—Wanted, position as cook; color
ed; fourteen years' experience; reliable
and sober; can furnish best references.
Address "Cook," 221 East Thirteenth
MARRIED MAN would like inside work
or outside; handy and willing. Address
C. W. Campbell, 236 Commercial St.,
OFFICE BOY —A boy of sixteen would
like a job as an office or errand boy; has
had two years' experience and can give
best of reference. Address 283 Ravoux
INSIDE WORK—A young man would like
inside work; age twenty-two. L. H. 8.,
229 Cliff st.
INSIDE WORK —Young man twenty-three
years of age would like inside work.
Address 397 West Seventh st., A. F. G.
STENOGRAPHER —Young man stenog
rapher desires a position with a relia
ble firm; best reference. Address S- H.
X.. 162 Custer st ;
STENOGRAPHER —Young man desires a
position; best references. Address S.
H. X., 162 CuEter st.
SITUATION wanted by young man twen
ty-two years of age: will work at any
thing. Address 420 Minnesota st.
TURKISH BATH MAN—Experienced;
can furnish good references. G. Turn
er, 142 East University ay.
WANTED—By a graduate of business
school, work of some kind: am willing to
do anything. Address F. G. M., 450 Fort
YOUNG MAN -aW*uld like place to work
for his board while attending school.
Address Thompson, 718 Globe build
lng. ; .
YOUNG MAN. twenty years old, would
like work of any kind; would prefer in
side work; have several years' experi
ence in railroad work. Address L. T.,
280 Aurora ay., city.
WANTED —A position of trust with a
responsible firm; have good record and
Al references. Address Room 9, 342
NIGHT WATCHMAN—Wanted, position'
as night watchman or fireman or any
Inside work; can give good reference.
Address Room 7. 16^ West Third st.
WANTED —Position as watchman or fire
man, or any kind of inside work; can
give good reference. Address Roo.m 7,
16% West Third st.
WANTED —By middle-aged man, a po
sition of trust with responsible firm;
. moderate wages; can give good refer
ence. Room 9. 342 Eighth st.
YOUNG MAN desires position as sten
ographer with a reliable firm. Ad
dress S. H. X.. 162 Custer st.
LARGTEST ASSORTMENT Hartz Moun
tain canaries we ever had. H. Heger,
. 103 West Seventh st.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT FOUR HOTELS NEWLY FUR
nished and papered rooms; all prices,
day, week or month: depot cara pa3S
the doors. The Western, 105 East
Eighth; Imperial Hotel. 16 East Eighth:■
Yukon Hotel. 127 East Eighth: Econo
my Hotel. 360 Jackson st; transient
I HSVE fruit farms, for sale; also improv
ed and unimproved farms, which I will
sell or trade for merchandise: write to
Thomas P. Moore. Mountain Grove. Mo.
FARM LANDS—Five acres garden land
West St. Paul; srroom house, barn and
well, $1,000; terms. Truax and Cardi
gan Pioneer Press.
CASH FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE or
business, no matter where located. If
you desire a quick sale send us de
scription and price. Northwestern
Business Agency, W 312 Bank of Cora
raerce bldg, Minneapolis.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY—A chance
to share In the profits of a great in
vention; stock for sale on the install
ment plan that will multiply in value;
investigate this. Call or write to 86
East Fifth St., St. Paul.
IF YOU want to sell your real estate or
business and sell quick, send us descrip
tion and price. NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS AGENCY. Bark of Com
merce Building.. Minneapolis. Minn.
JUDICIOUS, systematic speculation la
wheat Is very profitable; $20 will mar
gin 1,000 bushels 2 cents; send for fraf<
nook. Facts and Figures, explaining op
tion trading. The Osborn Graiii Co., 815
Phoeiiix idg.. .nneanolts. ~—v.ber»
Chamber of Cry ea.
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION SALE—
Your choice of any trousers in the
house, made to your measure, $4. $6
or $8; usual price, $6 to $li; perfect fit
always guaranteed; trousers kept in re
pair one year. Minnesota Tailoring Co.,
Grand Opera House.
TO PHYSICIANS—Any physician, with a
little cash to buy a doctor's outfit, can
step into a lucrative established coun
try practice; present incumbent leaving
the state. Chas. Dawson. 400 Sibley st.
WANTED—A capabie business man with
$3,000 to invest, who wishes a responsi
ble arii lucrative position in a manu
facturing business. Call or write to 86
East Fifth St., St. Paul.
LOOK AND REASON—I can sell you any
make Singer. White. Wheeler & Wilson,
Wilcox & Gibbs, cheaper than agents.
I sell direct and save agenfs com
mission; good drop head only $13.50. 99
West Seventh st.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT iJ *mea F.
Williamson and Frank D. Mer^haTJt),
patent attorneys and solicitors. Mt-in
office. 929-935 Guaranty Loan Bid*..
Minneapolis, Minn.; branch room, 62,
McGill Bids- Washineton. D. C.
PROPOSALS WANTED FOR CITY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals, marked "Proposals for Print
ing and Publishing. 1903," will be re
ceived at the office of the City Clerk of
the City of St. Paul until 3 o'clock p. m.
on Tuesday. December 16, 1902, for the
printing and publishing during the year
beginning January 1, 1903, in a daily
newspaper, printed and published in the
English language in^the City of St. Paul,
and qualified under the laws of the State
of Minnesota to publish legal advertise
ments, all ordinances and other proceed
ings and matters required under the
charter of the City of St. Paul, or by the
by-laws, resolutions or ordinances of the
Common Council of said City, to be pub
lished in a public newspaper.
Each bidder will be required to state
in his proposal the price per inch to be
charged for the first insertion and the
price per inch for the second and each
subsequent insertion of any such matters
to be published in said newspaper during
the year of 1903.
All of said matter so required to be
publifh'ed will be printed in nonpareil
Also separate and sealed proposals will
be received, at the same time and place,
for printing in similar type, and binding
in book form, for the use of the city, four
hundred copies of the Council proceed
ings for the year 1903, and in such pro
posal each bidder will be required to state
the price per em for composition; per
token of eight pages for press work; per
volume for binding and per pound for
paper, of said printed volumes, the same
to be printed and bound in the same
general style and manner in which the
same has been done for preceding years.
All proposals received pursuant to this
advertisement will be opened and consider
ed by the Common Council, acting in joint
session, on Tuesday, the 16th day of De
cember, 1902, at 7:00 o'clock p. m., at the
Council Chamber in said city.
Each proposal for printing and publish
ing in a newspaper must be accompanied
by a bond to the city, with two or more
good and sufficient sureties, In at least
the sum of one thousand dollars, or a
certified check drawn on some solvent
bank of the City of St. Paul, in at least
the sum of five hundred dollars, payable
to the order of the City Treasurer.
Each proposal for printing and bind
ing of bound volumes of Council Proceed
ings must be accompanied by a bond to
the city, with two or more good sureties
in at least the sum of two hundred dol
lars, or a certified check drawn on some
solvent bank of the City of St. Paul, in
at least the sum of one hundred dollars,
payable to the order of the City Treas
The bonds and checks above provided
for will be received upon the condition
that the amount of money specified there
in will be forfeited to the city in case the
bidder shall fail to enter into contract
in accordance with his bid in case the.
same is accepted.
There is reserved to the Common
Council the right to reject any and all
St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 2. 1902.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey.' District Court, Second Judi
In the Matter of the Assignment of Wil
liam Dawson Jr., Insolvent.
Upon reading and filing the petition of
Thomas L. Blood, assignee of the above
named insolvent, dated December 3d,
1902, accompanying and presenting his
final account of receipts and disburse
ments and "his doings as such assignee,
and asking for the allowance to him of
the sum of seventeen hundred and fifty
dollars as his final fee in this matter,
and for the allowance of a similar sum to
his attorneys herein, and for the examina
tion and allowance of said account, and
authorizing him to distribute the cash
remaining in his hands pro rata among
the creditors of said insolvent who are
entitled to share therein, and for his dis
charge as such assignee, and the dis
ch>!fge of hLs sureties, and of said in
solvent, it is hereby
That said petition be heard at a special
term of this court appointed to be held
at the court house in the City of St. Paul,
in said county, on Saturday, the 27th day
of December, 1902, at 10 o'clock in ths
forenoon, or as scon as said matter can
be heard, and that- all persons interested
appear then and there and show cause, if
any there be, why the sai<?. petition should
riot be granted and said account be al
lowed, and why tße said assignee should
not be allowed to distribute the moneys
available for that purpose among the
creditors of said insolvent who are en
titled to participate therein..
1 It is further ordered that notice hereof
be given by publishing this order in
The St. Paul Globe once in each week for
three successive weeks prior to said 'lay
of hearing, . and serving this order by
mail upon the insolvent and all persons
entitled to participate in the distribution
of the estate, at least twenty days be
fore the time so named for .such hearing.
CHAS. E. OTIS,
i* Dated St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 4th, 1902.
Amount of moneys received by
assignee to date .$77,275.96
Amount of expenses of the trust,
including the dividend of 6
per cent paid to creditors 63,767.18
Balance of cash in hands of as
signee at the date of this re
HOUSES FOR RENT.
HOUSE—A desirable eight-room house,
hot water heat; walking distance. 25
T-iUon. Inquire Custodian, Court House.
HOLSE—No. 282 Pleasant ay.. brick
house, very warm; furnace, bath; eight
rooms; $25. Sprague, No. 255 Sher-
Union Depot, Sibley Street.
. Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul
B ■rip y[ ij 4 rjjffitSg^aa
Electric I Igrhted-Obwnra- ,L?*!. C f? ll\
. tion Cars to Portland, Ore., via * 9:30 • 2 :20
' Bute, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma .' Bm , m .
- -■'..: Pacific Express .
Helena, fintte, Spokane, #10- 1 11 5 * 7:40
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland...... pm Vim ■'
- Fargo and Leech Lake Local
St. Cloud, Little falls, Brain- f 8:40 t 5 :50 \
erci. Walker. Bemldjl Fargo am -pm -
I Dakota and Manitoba Express
;•■ Fergus *; Falls, Wahpeton, -~ <-l.
| Moorhead. Fargo, Jamestown, „ _ __ __a __
Bismarck, Mandan, Crookston, ". 8 .UU » 7 .CO .
Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg pm am
"Oulutli Short Line" *M*M
- A"; trains to : llQu J/..\^j m -
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR *H:lQ H »frg|);
"" ~" "" .'Daily. « Ex. Sunday. -. ~~" .
- NOTE—"Duloth' Short Llni>" trains for Dnlutli
. and West Superior arrive at and Depart from ">•**
wankee" Station, Minneapolis. All other tral*
Union Station in Minneapolis
All trains use Union Station, St. Paul.
TIPIfET nCfcIPC Corner sth and Robert
llliKli UrriUL Telephone Main 1266.
■ Office 382 Robert. St. 'Phone 480.
tEx. Sun. iEx. Sat. . -■ ... *
: §Ex. Mon. Others Dally. LEAVE. ARRIVE. .
, Chicago,' Mil..' Madison 8:30 am 9:50 pra
Chicago Atlantic Express".. 10:50 pm 10:55 am
; Chicago "Fast Mai1"......... 6:05 pm
Northwestern Limited I 8:3 7:25
Chicaco. Mil:. Madison P.M. A.M. ~~
Wausau, F. dv Lac, Green Bay 6:05 pm 8:30 am
Duluth, Superior, Ashland.... t8:10am 14:25 pm
Twilight Limited. 1 4:25 9: JO
Duluth, SuDerior, Ashland., ) P. M. P M.
Dcs Molnes, Redfleld. Pierre t7:40 am t7:40 pm
Sioux City, Omaha, Kan. City 10:00 am 7:40 pm
St. James.Fairmont New Ulm t7:4oam t4:lspm
• Omaha Limited. I 9:05 7:2 .
Su. City, Omaha. Kan. City I P.M. A. M. •
Sioux Falls, Mitchell, Redfisld 8:00 pm 8:15 am
Dcs Moinas, Mitchell, Su Falls 8:C0 pm 8:15 am
Ticket Office—332 Robert St.. Cor. Fourth,
'Phone Main 856.
Leave. ■■ **Dally. Sun. ISun. only Arrive.
a t8:00am St. Cloud, Cass Lake, Bemidji ts:3opm
t8:00am ..Tintah, Aberdeen, Fargo.. +s:3opm ■
*Q«ORa PI YEP To Montana and •OiQAp
DiZOm I LI 1.(1 Pacific Coast... ZiGUm
c I g.r Oarn Wllijiar.-Fareo.S. F.Yankton. +6 . 35mn
- 19.50 am So ££ Waterni Brown's Val ™- 35 P
14:45pm Elk River, M. and Sandstone tl o:lsam
14:40pm - Wayzata and Hutchinson.. t9:2sam
*7:ospm Breck., Fargo, G. F.,Winnipeg *7:45 am
*B:lspmiWillmar, S.Falls, Yank.S.Clty •7:2oam
*8:10pm'.... Minn, and Dakota Exp.... *7:3oam
19:00 am i St. Paul to Illllllfh ft6:2spm
»11:10pm f Mi rcUl ID UUIUin i»6:4oam
Sleeper for 11:10 p. m. train can be oc- "
cupied at any time after 9 p. m.
Chicago Great Western Ry.
: - 'The Maple Leaf Route."
City Office, sth and Robert 3ts. Phone 150-M.
tEx. Sunday, othersdafly. \ Uj? P^ |*f^
i Kenyan, Dode« Center. ' Oel- 8:10 am 10:05 pm
weln. Dubious. Freeport. 8:35 pm 7:25 am .
• Chicago and East. . ■ 11:20pm 12:50 &m
Cedar Falls, Waterloo, ■ Mar- 10:30 am 7:25 pm
shalltown, Dei Molnes, St. • 8:35 pm 7:25 am
Joseph. Kansas City.. . 11:20 pm 12:50 pm
- - - ■•_ -■ ~- 10:30 kin 12:50 pm
Cannon Falls, Red Wing ■. 10 pin 110 45am
i Northfisld, Farlbault. Water- +8:10 am t7:25 pm
1 ville. Mankato. - 6:05 pm 9:45 am •
Hayfield, Austin, Lyle Mason 18:10 am 10:45 pm
. City ....;..„.......;....;. ■ 5:10 pm t7:25 am :
Eael» Crov«. Ft. Dodg» t8:10 am 17:25 on*
'■"■:'■ :-'—— l ••• - ••:••
ST. PAUL RY.
s. Ticket Office, 865 Robert St. "1 'Phone 93.
*billy.-tEx.Sun. tEx- Sat. .LEAVE.- ARRIVB
Chicago, La X, Milwaukee... •8:30 am #9:sopm
i Chicago. La X. Milwaukee .. 6:00 pm *M:2sam".
: Chicago Pioneer Limttsd 1*8:35 Dm *7:250n
i Milwaukee, La X, Wlnona... 3:00 pm #2:sopm
: Chlcteo. Farito. Dubuque... *4:00 pm *9:loam •
■ Red Wing and Rochester ... t3:00 pm tll:2sam
| La Crosse. Dubuque.lsland 18:30 am t9:sopm
j Northfield, Faribo, Kan. City ;*8:00 ,am *6:lopm
! Ortonvi'Je, Milbank,Aberdeen !t8:45 am t6:3opm ;
Ortonvllle, Aberdeen.* Fargo *6:15 pm ■ *7:4oam
Nonhflaid. Faribo. Austin... 117:25 pm tl 1:10 am
■mtmmm BEST LINE TO MWMWBBH|B
IH CHICAGO AND HS
IMgg st. Louis lafflJl
• -- Lv. for I -■■ STATIONS -■■■:■ I Ar. from"
8:05 a. m. .Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque ■■ • --.-.•*;.
and Chicago, ex. Sunday... 12:45 p. m
8:05 a.m. "Wlnona, La Crosse, JJubuque .
..-.--.. and Bt. Louis, ex. Sunday.. ..........
8:00 p.m. Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque '-~- ;.'_.
■--■■•-- - [ Chicago and St. Louis, d'ly. 7:25 a.m.
Ticket Office, 400 Robert St. ' '-■:• Telephone Main 3& - .
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacifb Ry.
. ROCK ISLAND SYSTEn \,
Ticket Officj, . . - Tel. N. W. 762 Main.
6th and Robert. .-'■■-■■--'--. :■■ <T. C. fl7O. ~- ;
:. LEAVE I ■:■ ALL TRAINS DAILY ) ARRIVE '
9. in ««.~1 Farmingtcn, Northfisld, fj, oc __-
!4U SHI Faribault, Owatonna, Albert 14! 20 Dill
- - v I Lea,' Waterloo; Cedar Rap- - r
" . Mds. Burlington, Quincy, >'
_,_:' I Hannibal,St.Louis. Daven-j _ -
7:45 W\p*^&™^> ' L B:os m
Minneapolis and St. Louis R. R. Co,
Office 398 Robert. I '.'.."J- Union Depot. -
•■ Telephone Calls— N. W.— T. C.; ■
Leave- tEx. Sunday. 'Dally. Arrira- -.
tß.loam ..Watertown and Storm Lak».. t 5.500 m
t9.Coam .V:. Omaha and Dcs Molnes.... ♦ 7.20pm
•5.40rm ..:Esther7llle and Madison... • 10.35 am "••
*7 innm THE NORTH STAR LIMITED • 0 Cfl am >,
V'-I.lUylil To Chicago, St. Louis & Peoria O.OU UHl■'.
•B.oopm Omaha &DesMoin«s(Li.-nlted} • 8:00 am .'
, it M., ST. P. & S.S;M.RY.% r
City Ticket Office. 379 Robert St. Tel. 105 L
- Union Depot. > St. PauL /, '.•';
; Leave.l -:' -.■:. EAST, v.^-i.-r ■;| Arrive. "
7:2opml.Atlantic Limited (dally). B:4sani ■.".
r'---";--- •'■■] °i-• ~-west.-••-. .>- :
9:osam Pacific Express (Pacific I -■•--■■-..'.
r , ■\-', ■*-.--• , Coast) daily. '-.'-| 6.40 am
-' 6:OSDm ..Dakota . Exp. ;. (ex.7 Sun).. 9:soam
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RY. Co. ;
City Office, 373 Robert St. : 'Phone No. 691. ;;
i. Leave |> ;:',--.-,.>- ._ ■. .■-.< .- •. ;| Arrive
St. Paull ■AH Trains Daily. -.«'."; I St. Paul ;
kf^is-if?? Eau Claire, Chip. Falls. l—.-- . -■"
" 8:00 am Milwaukee * and jr Chicago B:lsam .
v ~ .. v. Ashland, Chippewa Falls
"7;4opmlQshkosh, Mil. and ■ ChL| ; s:oopii .