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SAINT PAUL WANTS.
"WANTS" IN "THE GLOBE" HA YE LARGEST CIRCULATION , LARGEST RESULTS. 420 Replies to a Single "WANT" AoVt. SITUATIONS OFFERED. ; Male. APPRENTICES — Immediately, 3 gentlemen to learn railroad and commercial telegraph business at tne Globe Telegraph company, corner Fourth and Jackson, 336 Jacson St., St. Paul, Minn. 338 '* A FEW bright, steady boys, 14 to 16 years old, can find s tuations at can factory, Fourth and Exchange sts. Home & Danz. 362-64 tSaKER— Bread and cake, at 160 West Third. 4 OOKKEEPER-r-One well acquainted in the city and understands figuring on archi tectural plans. Call at 9 o'clock at ISO West Third st. * OOKKEEPER— Must be rapid at figures and understand figuring on architectural plans. Call at 9 q- Clock at 170 West Third st. 3 ETCHER— Good; steady work for the right man. Miller & Rambarter. Zumbrota. Minn. BUTCHER -First-class: one having trade on east side preferred: state references and ■alary wanted. Sirloin Steak, Globe. 1 BoVirom 15 to 18 to do chores. 131 East Eleventh st. 8 BOY to hold horse while selling goods. 861 Burr st. . _ 3 BOY and young man can secure a temporary job at indoor carpenter work by applying at 12S East Third st , J BOY about 18 years old, acquainted in the city, to drive dc.very wagon. Inquire corner Fourth and Exchange. Home & Ilans. 3 C' ARPENTER can obtain temporary indoor work; wages low. Apply at 128 East Third st- ; 1 C^OOK— First-class, short order; at 188 East ,- Seventh st. 5 COACHMAN— who thoroughly under stands the care of fine horses and can come well recommended; no others need apply. J. J. Morton, 309 Jackson st. DRUG CLERK to help take inventory for two weeks at Allen's drug store. Apply im mediately^ . ' KEDER— First-class newspaper and book.can find steady employment at H. P. Hall's. corner Fourth and Cedar sts. * GOOD MAN with sober habits to drive a light team: one acquainted about the city is re quired. Call corner Sibley and levee. 4 TITAN to black stoves at 74 East Seventh st. 3 MAN, with experience, to run barn and fur nace. Apply. 12 to 1 p. m. Tuesday, 177 Nelson ay., near Summit. ; 3 AN— Young, energetic, to collect; must bring reference; call in the forenoon. 70 East Seventh st.. Room 1. 3 AN with railroad office experience; none but quick, accurate man need apply. Address with reference C. 23, Globe. 3 MAN to drive delivery wagon. Call at 861 Burr st * SHOVELERS and woodchoppers at 948 Laurel ay. ; ■ •__ _ 3 STRONG BOY, 16 to 13 years. 114 West Third st. _^ __S IT7AITEE. 307 Robert st 2 WANTED— A couple of small boys to help in carpenter shop. Arply at 128 East Third ■t. _* WANTED— once several musicians and a piano player.-at Burgdorferi dancing hall. 917 East Seventh st., Dayton's Bluff. 3 WANTED— A tenor who can read music and VV would like to associate himself w.th a few good singers in the city under a first-class leader with a view to improvement; ' an alto may also apply. Send name, address and references to Musician, Globe. 362-63 WANTED— A newspaper man who is also a practical prjntsr, to take charge ot one of one of mv newspapers for the next three mouths: a good chance for the right man to make money. Burt W. Lyon, Lambarton. la/ ANTED— pharmacist; one who W . is thoroughly conversant with all details of retail drug store. Richie &, Co., corner Day ton and Western ays. 3 "\T MAN at Astoria hotel. 1 X7"OUNG MAN in a real estate office: must be .'A a gobS business, man, energetic, steady and good penman/ P. B„ Globe. _ 6 YOUNG MEN and ladies to learn telegraphy, shorthand and tpyewriting. day and evening classes; chance for men to nearly cover all ex penses while learning: terms reasonable; send for circulars. Globe Telegraphy company, 336 Jackson st. St. Paul. ?" a * •_) ACTIVE MEN to canvass the city for the •J Singer Manufacturing company: previous ex perience not necessary. Apply 27 East Third st. * ' 351-63 feinaie. APPRENTICES— Immediately, 4 ladies to learn short-hand: terms reasonable. Apply to Globe Telegraph company, corner Fourth and Jackson. 336 Jackson St.. St. Paul. Minn. 33?-* PPRENTICES— Immediately, 4 ladies to learn to operate typewriter machines. Ap ply to Globe Telegraph company, corner Fourth and Jacksou. 336 Jackson st., St Paul. Minn. 335-* |^OOK— at 400 St Peter st 3 DRESSMAKERS— Good waist finishers at once. Room 5, Knauft block, corner Seventh and Pine sts. \ * IXING-ROOM GIRL at Davis* restaurant, 52 East Seventh. 1 FEMALE COOK— Apply at once to Mrs. A. B. Ovitt, 330 South Exchange St. . 3 OUR GIRLS— once, that can handle a pair of scissors, at 115 East Third St., up atairs. _; \ * First-class, for general housework. 586 Temperance st * r~\ IRL— Good, for kitchen work, 356 Cedar st. GIRL— for general housework in a small family; good wages. 165 East Seventh, cor ner Jackson, up stairs, room 4. 363 GIRL— Good, for general housework, private tamily. " 297 West Third st ' 4 GIRL to work tor board and go to school, or . woman that wants home and will help with housework for board. Inquire at 459 St. Peter st GIRL— Good and strong, for general house work in small family, at 663 Wabasha st 4 IRC— Good one to help in kitchen. 483 Wa basha st. ' _^ _4 GIRL — Good, for small family:good wages paid; German preferred. 509 Selby ay. 4 GIRL for general housework; must be a good r cook. 641 Cedar st. 4 GIRL tor general housework; small family. 233 Oak st. 4 GIRL for general housework, small family; 568 Selby ay. 4 f~\ IRL— Competent, at 579 Wabasha st. GIRL for general ' housework immediately at 135 University ay., between Jackson and Robert sts. * GIRL for general housework. 83 Park Place, between College and Summit ays. 3 GIRLS to wash dishes and do kitchen work. 446 Sibley st. ;_ _3 GIRL to assist in housework. Apply at 56 East Seventh st. third floor; good reference jfequired\ '■__ 3 G~ IRL who understands general housework; good wages paid. Apply at once 227 Iglehart at ; _i f~* IRL for general housework at 446 Maria ay. GIRL for general housework; must be a good cook and laundress. Call between 9 a.m. »nd 12 m. at 361 Summit ay. ] 862-63 GIRL — Good one. for general housework in a Ijr small family, where they have a second girl, at 254 Ramsey st. 1— - _2 GIRL— For general housework, at 691 Dayton f ay. ; _? GIRL— Family of 2. light housekeeping. Call between 9 and 12 o'clock a. m. 2 V-iIRL — For second work: must understand fj dining-room work. Call at 386 Exchange st. 2 ~g~y IRL to do general housework in a family of VX three. Apply room 1, 371 Jackson st. I IRLS to" operate steam power sewing machines. Frisk, Turner _ Co., 185 East Fourth st. ' " ■- - ■ . ■ • . ' m '2~\ IRL— For housework in family of two per lx sons. .'249 Spruce at __ ' 7 GIRL— Competent, for general housework. 420 XX East Tenth st. 7 GIRL competent for general housework. Ap ply at once at 849 Dayton ay. 6 7=TIRL to do kitchen work. Apply at 579 East (j seventh st. ; C 'g-y xRITf general, housework; small family. sjjr; Call at 267 West Fifth st. 0 Immediately, tidy, for general house \j wfirk in a famdy ot three. I 153 Iglehart st 3 ■— aDIES" 4N'D GENTLEMEN, learn shon \j hand and typewriting at a first-class school. Anna C. Drew. 8 an« 9 Hal* block, opposite Mer «» 332* «£ha«tß. ; ; — _. , — , _ — . — ; vf__UsE GIRL, 13 or 14 years old, to take i\ charge of a t wo-year-old boy. 649 Dayton V*. % SITUATIONS OFFERED. Females- -Continued. NINTH ST., 9 WEST— GirI : wanted for gen eral work: one who understands private boarding house work. 3 OLISHERS— First class; at 228 West Sev enth st. 2 SERVANT— Good general, at 192 East Tenth st. . 4 SECOND GIRL "and" dishwasher at 85 East Eighth st ' 4 SECOND GIRL— that has had experience in waiting on table for boarders. Apply 677 St Peter st. 2 STENOGRAPHERS call for pos t ons. Anne 0 C. Drew _ Co., room 9. Hale block, opposite Merchants. - 128* TABLE WAITER— Call on W. W. Woodruff, Merriam Park. - 3 WASHERWOMAN— Good, at once, at 350 >* Fort st. • - - ' ■-^ 4 ANTED— Ten good honest girls that mean V* business, for domestic work, in good families. Call at Elite intelligence agency, 40GH Wabasha. 363 WANTED — A girl to do general housework in •a small family. Inquire room 1, 371 Jack son st. 3 SITUATIONS ffAXTbu. Male. ' BAKER— First-class second baker; 212 West Sixth st 4 TJLACKSMITH wants a place. K. S-, Globe. ARPENTERS wish to take small jobs; good work guaranteed. 59 West Tenth st 8 COACHMAN— Man with good habits and ref erence, thoroughly understands his work wishes to make a long engagement to work for a private family. Z.. Globe. ■ 3 COACHMAN — By a German; can milk and at tend furnace and steam; city references. 468 North Fort st. .■ 2 ENGAGEMENT By traveling salesman with long experience, from Jan. 1. J. B. S., Globe. - 3 ENGINEER— Licensed, and some experience in gasfitting, wants a situation. Fred Wel ter. Globe. 3 GROOM: and driver, experienced, place in pri vate family. J. F. W., Globe. 3 HOTEL Experienced, and A 1 ref erences, fully competent to manage or clerk in first-class hotel, wants permanent situation; | open to engagement after Jan. 1. Hotel Clerk, j leul North Fifth St., Minneapolis, care of Charles Smithy 363 JOB — young man, to take care of horses or furnaces; references given; w^ges no object; 100 West Sixth st. 4 TVI IGHT WATCHMAN or janitor: best of L\ reference it required. J. R., 446 Minnesota St.. St. Paul. ' 1 PORTER at once, corner Fourth and Jackson sts. 4 POSITIONS supplied in stores, offices, hotels, private families, and the better class of positions; employers receive help free; orders promptly supplied. Elite intelligence agency, 406Va Wabasha. 363-64 POSITION of some kind by young man with good education: speaks the German lan guage: work for low wages. O. A, 185 Filteenth street 3 POSITION in store or outside by German, speaks English fluently. 400 West Seventh st 3 PLACE to work for board and go to school. N. 8., Globe. _* PLACE by a young man to work for board and go to school. P. 1... Globe. ■ 4 STENOGRAPHER wants a position for prac- O tice. A. C. S.. Globe. 7 STEAM FITTER'S helper wants a situation; have had experience. A. D. 11.. Globe. 7 SITUATION by young man at any kind of inside work; willing to work tor small wages. B 18. Globe. 4 SITUATION by an experienced accountant O thoroughly acquainted with lumbering in all its details, best of references. A., Globe: 302-67 SITUATION in wholesale house by young O man of good habits; willing to work: refer ence given. Address E. M. 8., 422 East Seventh. 7 SITUATION wanted where I could work morn- O ing, noon and evening for my board: balance of time he should like to devote for school. . Answer to P. J.. 231 East Seventh st., city. 3 SITUATION by an experienced salesman in O store or on the road. 28 West Third st. 3 SITUATION by a young Scandinavian; expe rience in dry goods, clothing, grocery and hardware business; first class references. Address January. Globe. 363-365 SITUATION— By pharmacist, registered.Scan dinavian, of long experience; steady worker and good habits: best of reference. Pharmacist, box 527, Albert Lea. Minn. 363-71 SITUATION in a plumbing shop by a boy of O 17. W. R., Globe. .... ... 3 ' [TRAVELING commie sion man wants a side . J. ■ line to work with same. G., Globe. ■ 6 T TELEGRAPH OPERATOR— By young man in the city, or as clerk in any kind office; quick at figures; references given. J. 11., 549 Wabasha st - 6 WANTED to get an interest in real estate office; I have got an agency for the Vienna safe. W. F. S., Globe. 363 WANTED to keep a set of books by an expe rienced bookkeeper: very best references. R. 5, Globe. C WORK wanted evenings from 7:30 to 11 o'clock at stenography, typewriting, book keeping or pen work. H. A., Globe. 3 WORK of some kind for board, by young man of good address. F. F. P.. Globe. 2 WORK — A German who speaks good English, with business experience, steady and sober, good wr.ter and figurer, wants work of any kind for small salary. M. 100, Globe. C ."Tenia c. BOOKKEEPING— Lady wishes instructions evenings. Address by mail, stating terms, E. 8., 139 Fast Third ft., city. __J ENGAGEMENTS as assistant at parties or as invalid's nurse. Mrs. Cusher, Room 17, 63 East Seventh st., third floor. 3 FOR a competent and experienced nurse apply at 129 Iglehart st.; best of references. - 8 GIRL, 13 years old, wants a place to work for her board and go to school. C. 11., Globe. 3 HOUSEKEEPER- By lady of 45 or 50. " Call at 489 Wabasha, near capitol. 4 LADY would like a situation through holidays, or longer if needed, to take care of children and do chamber work. Address 335 East Sev enth st. 7 LADY wishes a position as shorthand and type writer. Address 8.. 350 Fuller st. 7 NURSE — wants a place; can give 1> good reference. Inquire or address 335 East Seventh st. 4 SOPRANO SINGER with a powerful voice desires an engagement: good reader and thoroughly understands church mus.c. B 2, Globe. 3 STENOGRAPHER and typewriter— By young dredy of experience. For further particulars ad ss K. 8., 10, Globe. 3 SITUATION by a lady in a wholesale home. IP G., Globe. 4 SITUATION as cutter after Jan. 1 by a prac tical tailor and cutter, late of Augusta, Me. C. A. Noonan, box 79. Spring Valley, Minn. 4 SITUATION to take care ot children or do second work. Inquire at 64 Iglehart st 4 SITUATION by German girl of 15 to help C: where there is no washing; is experienced in nursery. 99 East Seventh st.,' upstairs. 4 WANTED — To uo cooking in a private family. or to nurse an invalid. Mrs. Casher, Room 17. 63 East Seventh st.. third floor. _6 WHEN YOU WANT a good honest girl for domestic housework, leave orders at Elite intelligence agency. 40&H Wabasha; no charge until supplied. 363-64 YOUNG married . lady wants a chance to A work for her board in a good family, while her husband is away during the winter. F. X.. Globe. 7 YOUNG LADY wants to do washing in fam ilies. 103 West Tenth st, second floor, room 3. 9 FOR SALE. FOR SALE A well-established bakery and and confectionery business; everything in good running order: good stand; veay low rent; satisfactory reasons for selling. W. Watt, real estate. 423 Jackson st. 363-65 E"OR SALE — good sound horses, one weighing about 1,300, the other 1,100, delivery wagon and harness; cheap. Apply at 557 Rice st. 363-65 FOR SALE CoaI stove, base burner; almost as good as new; will be sold cheap. Inquire 176 Western ay., corner Selby. 562-64 FOR SALE — Furniture, carpets, stoves, etc., - at great discount if sold immediately. Apply 539 Lafayette ay. 363 FOR SALE— From 35 to 40 cords of dry tam arack wood; station. White Bear or St. Paul. Address Harry Getty. White Bear Lake. 862-63 IT OK SALE— Blacksmith shop and tools cheap; r good location, long lease and low rent 916 Lyndale ay.. M nneapolis. 1 HOUSE FOB SALE, with all modern con veniences. Apply to owner, 751 Selby ay. 357-59 ~ BUSINESS C'HANXE". A GOOD confectionery, tobacco and notion business can be bought cheap at once; lot will be taken in exchange; long lease on it. 505 St. Peter st. __ Sts A MAN with $300 to make desirable invest ment; this is no catchpenny advertisement; the writer means business. Call at 12 IS First ay. south, Minneapolis. I FOR SALE— for *350.g00d location, grocery store, doing a goo J business; good reasons for selling. Call at Tremont house. 363 PARTNER wanted oy merchant tailor; a worker can ■■ make good living: capital re quired. (700; knowledge of business not necessary. j Beta. P. O. box 585, Gran ! Forks Dak. 363 FBI Villus'. of selling the . st Raphael French wipe in every Northwestern state ; and county. Prof. Boucher, 326 Wabasha st. I 359-63 ; ' SALOON tor sale, budding included: 3 years' i >J lease on ground; receipt ■ (15 per day at 50 1 cents on the dollar. Apply 515 Robert St., or ask I in grocery store fur McKenzie. ' £63 ,| _i/fj_| WILL SI-CUI..E half interest .v Ot'vJU good paying = business; investigate. Lee, Globe. good paying business; investigate. Lee, Globe. 363-64 tHE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MOHNINGa DECEMBER 29, 188 ft ; l ~£v : X.- ?.,.-. FOR RENT. ;! . . r OFTS— To let, 3 elegant lofts for jobbing or -L/ manufacturing purposes, right '. in the midst of the jobbing center; sixe 33x145. Over 190 and 192 East Third St.: inquire on first floor. 345* SEVENTH ST., 340 > EAST— Store; Knauft block; low rent. F. Knauft . . : 2 ■ • - llouses. -■ ■ HOUSE and lot for sale at a bargain for a short time only. Call at 90 Garfield st. 363-04 HOUSE— Small, famished, cheap. W. B. Land, ' 44 Chamber of Commerce. 358-64 HANDSOME six-room flat; modern conven- V iences; rent : 130. Apply 539 Lafayette ay. .; - : - : - 363 .. - - MACKUBIN ST., corner St Anthony ay.— An elegant new 8-room house and barn to rent cheap if taken at once. Apply to P. E. Murphy, Room 13, Hale block, corner Jackson and Third sts. . ■ 362-67 RONDO ST., about two blocks from Rice st— House with 8 rooms and barn at (25 per month. J. A. Sabin, Davidson block. 3 ANDOLPH ST.— Fifteen-room boarding house, close to shop, cheap; would rent in parts till May. Call at 34 1 Sherman st. 2 RANDOLPH ST.. 640— A l.Vroom boarding house; would rent it to different parties to live in up to May. Call at 341 Sherman st. 362-67 hooids. '<WfßWß6ißßßßmm\ BLUFF ST., 72 WEST— furnished front room; heated it desired. 3 CEDAR ST., 474— Two large front rooms fur nished, very nice and very pleasant, one block from capitol, with hot and cold water bath. 4 CEDAR ST., Pleasant front room, nicely furnished, suitable for 2; rent reasonable gentlemen only. 2 C CANADA ST., 665— Three unfurnished rooms; s water and woodshed. - ' 6 COLLEGE AY,, 250, corner Rice st. — Comfort able furnished front room, use of bath, etc.; two blocks from capitol: suitable for two or more. COLLEGE AY., 20 WEST— Pleasant tur nished room, with first-class board. - 3 CLIFTON. HALL (Annex), 21East Fifth, Op • posite Court House— First-class furnished rooms, heated with steam, by the • day or week. P. W. Saute,' manager. r te 358-64 CiARROLL ST., 459. first floor— Four nice ' I rooms, cheap, for the winter. _^ 4 COOPER ST., 544— R00m and board; strang ers visiting the city during the carnival can find good board. _^_ * EXCHANGE ST., 382 Unfurnished rooms for rent. 3 EXCHANGE ST?! 386 — Neatly-furnished rooms, single or en suite, with heat bath, hot and cold water; also a few table boarders de sired. ■ 2 EIGHTH ST., 270 EAST— Three unfurnished rooms cheap. 3 EIGHTH ST., 229— Pleasant unfurnished rooms, convenient for housekeeping; private family; desirable location. 4 EIGHTH ST.'; 320— Pleasant furnished rooms ' suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife; all modern conveniences, hot and cold water, good bath; small private family; three doors from good board, i^ r.* .•.?.i'u-; :■■.-..■.: 3 IfIHTST., 275 EAST— One large front room . and 2 small rooms. ' 3 EIGHTH ST., 417 EAST— A large room; two - gents or married couple; board; private family. ••:■"->:■ '-■■'. 359-60 FOURTH ST.. 88 WEST— rooms fur nished or unfurnished tor light housekeep ing- ; ; ' • * FOURTH ST., 161 WEST, between Franklin and Exchange— Single rooms, furnished, at ? 5 and $6 per month. 4 I>ORT ST., 354 NORTH— One nicely fur nished front room. Call after 1 o'clock. 1 FORT ST., 386, near Sevsn Corners— Furnished front room suitable for 2 gentlemen: $10. 4 FRANKLIN Nicely-furnished, heated room; $9 per month. :< ■ ; 4 FIFTH ST.. corner M -rket st— Furnished room suitable for lor.' persons. 4 FIFTH ST., 232 WEST— Pleasant furnished room in a private' family, one block from Seven corners; terms reasonable. ■ - 3 FIFTH ST.. 99 EAST , near Robert— at $4 ] er month. 353*9 T EECH ST.. 103; 5 rooms; 12 a month. TVriNTH ST.. corner Oak— One furnished al- NINTH ST.. with bath; also side bedroom, cove room, with bath; also side bedroom, with heat. . -3 jVfINTH ST., 140 Nicely-furnished i^l room. Apply at the barber shop, Fourth and Jackson sts. 363 NINTH ST., 148 EAST— Three newly-fur nished rooms cheap. :•,.. 4 "VTINTH ST., 210 EAST— Two nicely furnished It rooms for gentleman and wife, or four gen tlemen, With first-class board and use of bath, in private house. •' . ' - 356-65 -VTINTII ST., 162 WEST— One furnished room. pLEASANT AY„ 155— room. EARL ST., 211— Pleasant front room with board; hot and cold water; use of bath; terms reasonable. ' ' 3 ROBERT ST., 515— Nicely furnished rooms on second floor, single or en suite. 3 ROBERT ST7rs46— Nicely~furnished rooms, and board in private family, near capitol and ice palace. -,: .'.;■:,• . -. 360-63 RAMSEY ST., 251— Furnished room, heated, suitable for 2 gentlemen or . man and wife; terms reasonable. 3 ROOMS Nice furnished suite, in a private house; bath, hot and cold water, coal grate, one block from street cars; also unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call at 341 Sher man st. 362-67 ROOM— Neatly furnished, front; near ice pal ■ ace grounds; rent moderate: heated if de sired. M. (j., Globe. _1 ROOM— Furnished, within two blocks of short line on West Seventh st. R. C, postoffice. 4 ROOM-MATE— share rent of room within two blocks of postoffice. R. C.. postoffice. 4 PRICK ST.. 233, between Wacouta and Sib ley — nicely-furnished rooms, heated, suitable for 2or 3 gentlemen: private family. 2 SPRUCE ST.. 233— nicely-furnished rooms, heated; private family; suitable for 2 or 3 gentlemen. 4 SPRI CE ST.. 227— New. comfortably furnished front room, in 'table for two gentlemen; heated, modern conveniences. • 1 ST. PETER ST., 459 Room Handsomely fur nished rooms for two or four gentlemen; also suit of two rooms for gentleman and lady. 4 ST. PETER ST.. 459. Room 6— Handsomely furnished rooms for two or four gentlemen; also suite of rooms. 3 SEVENTH~ST.r22B EAST, also 424 Wabasha, corner Seventh — Nicely-furnished front rooms. 4 SEVENTH ST., 840 EAST— Four desirable O rooms for light housekeeping. F. Knauft. 2 SEVENTH ST., 222 WEST— Unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, cheap. 3 MIKDST., 238 WEST, near Seven corners — Furnished rooms with use of front room. 4 HIRD ST., 253 . WEST, corner Oak—Fur nished room for two gentlemen; references exchanged; terms moderate. C, H. A., Globe. 4 TENTH ST., 204 EAST— A pleasant well-7uT * - nished front room, with large closet and use of bath. •'■■■ ■ - ■ ■- . 6 THIRTEENTH ST.. 181 EAST— Front room, J- unfurnished, on first floor; use of kitchen. 4 WALNUT ST., 318— Three rooms and pantry, closet; kitchen and cellar in the house. 4 WASHINGTON" ST., 385— Furnished room » V . with board". - ■'■■'•''■• 4 Vt WASHINGTON 1 ST., 371— A nicely fuT VV;- rrfsheVJ room with' board: suitable tor one or two gentlemen. '• -^iO:- ■■ 6 1111 ■ n~-»i^ ■— — — — Bgaj WASTED TO RENT. _ ROOM— Furnished and heated in private family, by a young man. near corner Pearl and Canada sts.; state price wanted: references given. G. 4, Globe. _j • ■ '4 ROOM furnished for housekeeping, for man and wife, not more than 6 blocks from Hamm's brewery. A. C. Globe. 4 ROOMS— Three or four unfurnished, centrally located, for light housekeeping; references. E. W. S.. Globe. ■ ■ ■■' ' ■ 4 ROOM— Furnished, near Viola and Jackson st; rent not to exceed ft per month. J. M.', Globe. • :. _ 4 ROOM— Unfurnished, for gentleman, in priv ate family in Cathedral parish. A. M., Globe. ... . .'" - 3 ROOM— By gentleman .- and wife, furnished, in _^ central part of city. , J. R., Globe. • 3 ROOMS— or three unfurnished in private house, wanted for . light housekeeping at once. M., 438 Wabasha st . 3 OOMS— or three 'furnished for light housekeeping; centrally located; rent must be reasonable; permanent tenants. Address P. 31. C.. 94 A 96 East Seventh st. 3 WANTED to House of 5 or 6 rooms; centrally, located. Address B. F. 11., Globe. , ■ 363-64 BOARDING OFFERED. ARK PLACE, 77 SUMMIT AY.— One large front room, w "board. 2 BOARDING WANTED. ~ BOARD and room near postoffice by young man; good references; private preferred; state price. C. C. C, Globe. 3 PERSONAL. " INFORMATION obtained and investigations pursued; private detective work a specialty; strictly confidential. G. 12, Globe. 362-64 11 RS. ECKHARDT, the natural gifted, most ItJ. reliable and truthful fortune teller in the world, can be consulted on all life and business j affairs at 541 Mississippi st . 363-65 \] us. ALICE UAGNELL, magnetic healer, it J- heals rheumatism, kidney and liver dis eases. 323 East Seventh st . 360-66 MRS.- ELLlS— Celebrated xortune teller; satis, faction guaranteed. No. 169 East Ninth st, [ near Jackson. ■■'-• .;.:•■•- 348 J I ■ " ' 1 . - HORSES. CARRIAGES. *_. * — . . ■ »»'._■ BARGAIN— Must, be closed out at once; car - load of draught and driving horses at Sim ! ons' sale stables.' cor. Sixth and Cedar sts. :• ■ 3 1 FOR SALE— Matched team at a bargaic . Cu' £ lia'i stable, 24 West Fourth it 263-1 ■HMMMsnaMHsflsbw I AT AND AROUND SEVAN CORNERS I JOHN A,. LAABS. upnolstorer, corner ot J Seventh and Exchange sts.: steam renova tor for cleaning leathers and mattresses; all work guaranteed. •- ■ -'____ • 104* KfIAL ESTATE FOB. SALE.. J. Y. Eisenmengor's -.Ist. . 472 Rice st. a~J »") p. PER ACRE for five acre lots at Casel S?!/^*-/ station. " ' :■■:■' >- CIT-l I TO $150 PER ACRE for five acre <!MUU lots on Rice st --"'.''■" ' " ((jjynn TO $400 PER ACRE in West St OTS AND FARMS in and around Bt. Paul . at great bargains. 472 Rice st 31 1» Miscellaneous. ABSTHACTS OF TITLE and all other man- ' uscripts copied perfectly by Anna C. Drew, Hale block, opposite Merchants. . 33J» FOR TWO DAYS only— House and lot worth ' 83,600 tor $600 cash, balance $15 per . month. E. J. Flint. 48 chamber of commerce. 362-68 FOR SALE— Dayton ay., one or two lots in Anna E. Ramsey's addition. .V. F. 5., .. Globe. ... '3 Qlin PER FRONT FOOT will buy the «?11U choicest- property on Pleasant ay. if taken in the next few days: 190 feet by 245 ' wide to a 16-foot alley. N. E. Solomon, S2 l Wabasha st ■ . ' 302*66 <s»*jry C AN ACRE for lot 8 in Kerwln's out «JfJ«J / *J lots. Apply to owner, 28 Davidson block. - 303-63 LOST AM) JFOTJyD. ;■ CU T FF BUTTONS— in the Glass block J Saturday night one pair of cuff buttons with monogram on, W. E. A.; finder will receive a lib- - eral reward by returning to A. E. Brown the jew eler. ■ ."' "" '- .. 3 DOG FOUND— Rat and tan, with collar on, which bears the inscription of J. N. W. In quire at 447 St. Peter st. __l DOG LOST— Wednesday afternoon brown Water Spaniel, female, 6 mouths old; bring to drug store, Hennepin and Seventh, and get re ward 1 TMMJNU — A money order dated Dec. 27, issut d L at Austin, Minn.; owner . can have same by calling at 464 Carroll at. . - ■ .'-. - . * GOLD BRACELET LOST— Dec 28. 10 a. m.. University ay. street car. between Central ay. and St. Peter st. to Sixth and Jackson, or on Sixth, between Jackson and Rosabel; finder return to 500 St. Peter st. and receive reward of ft , '. __3 TORSE FOUND— Bay; strayed to tho stable 1"1 of N. W. Kittson on Selby ay. 4 HORSE LOST— Dark brown; any infornat on will be rewarded. John A. Tierney, 4SO Day ton ay. . 2 LEDGER LOST out of runaway cutter on Dec. 24, between Seven corners and Ran dolph' st. Return to corner Fourth and Exchange sts. and receive reward, i ' 4 LOCKET LOS I— Between Christ church and Windsor hotel, a small gold locket attached . to short chain and containing photograph. A re ward will be paid for its return to the Windsor hotel. 4 LOST BUFFALO robe, lined, on Carrol st.. near Josette st. ; finder please return to 301 Carrol st and receive reward. .. 4 MONEY LOST— Between Streissgutli.t Drake's store and corner of Jackson and Third sts., a $10 bill. Finaer will please return to F. Leitner, care Streissguth & Prate. 3 UFF FOUND— At the corner of Fifth and Third. ' Apply 285 Sum mit ay. ■■ •■ - 3 POCKETBOOK--A yellow alligator, skin pocketbook, containing about $DQ in money and two railroad passes, one over St. Paul A Duluth, the other over the Northwestern. Finder ' will be suitably rewarded by leaving same with Dr. C. A. Wheaton, 351 Washington st, St. Paul. I 359-65 J PURSE LOST in postoffice between 9 and 10 ! a. m. Dec. 20; alligator purse; return to 199 West F.fth and receive reward. . 3 ROBE FOUND— Owner can have it by prov ing property and paying charges; call at cor ner Arundel and University. ■ W. Meyer. i SCARF LOST— On Monday afternoon a black ice wool scarf. Please leave at the Winslow house and receive reward. - • 4 EN KEYS LOST— On . -Seventh St., corner Lockett st; finder return to 355 Grove st. and receive reward of $1. Nils Ingemanson. 4 FINANCIAL. MONEY to loan on improved city . property. Frank E. Chipraam, ? attorney-at-law, 349 Wabasha st c ■ 351-65 INNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COM MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COM pany — Loan from $10 upward on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., without removal; also on warehouse receipts, diamonds and gold watches. J. S. Mackey, manager. Room 7, First National bank building, St Paul, and Room 7. Mackey-Lcgg block, Minneapolis, 250* ONEY TO LOAN, in sums to suit, from »l up, on watches, d amOnds and all goods of value; special rates on sums of $50 or over. , J. EL Ingham, 827 Jackson st. ■ ' '• 240* M"ONEY"TO LOAN on personal property for 30, 60 or 90 days in sums to 'suit. A. B. Roberts, corner Fifth and Wabasha sts. 282* ONEY TO LOAN in sums $1,000 to $lv. --000 at 6 and 8 per cent interest without de lay. St. Paul Trust company, corner Jackson and Fourth sts. - •'; 22' t WANTED TO BUY. i HOUSE AND LOT wanted to buy; good lo cation, on monthly payments. Box 2176. city^ - ■ 362-63 HORNS— A pair of steer horns wanted, pol ished and mounted; - state price. C. C. C, Globe. - ■ ■ 3 LOTS— few cheap lots wanted; none but the owners need apply. W. F. S., Globe. 863 IN STRUCT fON. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND and typewrit ing—First-class and exclusive. Names of graduates now holding positions sent on applica tion; lessons day and evening, or by mail; send tor circular. Anna C. Drew, Hale block, corner Jackson and Third sts. 332* WANTED— Pugilist to ■ give lessons. C. R., Globe. 4 ~ DYE WORK'S. ANGEL cleans toboggan suits the same as when new; come early. 133 East Ninth st., one door from Robert st. •. "* 316-lyr L. J AMIES ON. Steam Dye Works— Gent' • clothing a specialty. - 412 Wabash.* st.St. Paul. Minn - - • TO EXCHANGE. COWS— Two young, to exchange, and some cash as part payment on a house and lot. T. 30. Globe. . ' '. ■ . ' . 362-64 FARMS choice Jim .valley farms, 160 acres each, « miles from Andover, Day county. Dak., for sale, or will exchange for stock of merchandise, or St. Paul or Minneapolis prop erty; will give a bargain. Address Box 1.4, Andover, Dak. •■>. 351-16 MISCELLANEOUS. SMALL CHILD from 2 to 5 years old to board; the best of care guaranteed and a good home: price moderate; reference given. B. 11., Globe. '■-- 362-67 ■■- TOBOGGAN SUITS made for $2 at 739 Burr St., north of Collins. • ' : 1 WANTED— Second hand letter file cabinet. ' Wyckoff, Seamans A Benedict, 116 East Third st ' . 868-64 WHY NOT , LEARN shorthand and type writing this, winter at, Anna C. Drew's school? Hale block, corner Jackson and Third sts. - :"' .:-:,-.'•': 332* MINNEAPOLIS WANTS. Want Advertisements for the Globe re ceived at W. J. Hughes', druggist, corner Monroe street and Third avenue, East Division, Minneapolis. .-...' '\ SITUATIONS OFFERED. A FEW MOKE good canvassers; pay weekly. Advance Copying House, 613-615 Washing ton ay. south. ■, .. . . . 363-66 COOK— Immediately; male, second. 253 First ay. south. ■'.•;.'.'' .■,'..'.-■•.. .3 LITHOGKAPAIC ENGRAVER to do plain map-work.' Harrison A Smith, Minneapolis, SALETMAN for a wholesale bitters manu factory, ob commission; none but first-class need apply. Call at 1029 Marshall st. northeast Minneapolis, Minn. _~ ■ 6 SITUATIONS WANTED. ~ DISHWASHER— By a girl in a restaurant where one or more girls are employed. Call at Room 8, Richardson block, 114 and 110 Third st. South, , •'-'.■• 6 . » ■ POSITION as photographic printer. J., 2705 Lyndale avenue south. . -- . ' 6 POSITION as salesman or solicitor; i years of — ■ experience. R., 2705 Lyndale avenue south. 6 SITUATION by experienced man with refer- O ence, as traveling salesman; can handle most any line of goods. G. 75, Globe. ■- 8 ! IUOKK of any description; understands hois.'* ' V V etc., and can make myself generally useful. G. H. W., Globe. - -■■■ -:■-:■ 8 MISCELLANEOUS. OR RENT— Minneapolis— A handsome brick ! and red stone block, 4 stories, consisting of 8 stores, each 22x100 feet, engine-room: this build ing tronts on Second St., , between . Second and ■ Third ays. north: excellent location; manufactur er s, merchants, here is an opportunity; a 3 years' lease at $3,500 per I year; the | stores alone are i worth $100 per month; $3,500 only for the who c • block. Egbert G. Handy, 137 East Sixth st. Hotel • Ryan building. ■ - ■ . - - 303-69 I' T) ATENTS— P. H. Gunckek 456 Temple oouri, I A counsellor and solicitor; ' 15 years' practice, , • .'■■■-.;•- 278* : ! WANTED— gentleman with »».. $250 ready cash: can make $1,000 in f w ! days; will bear investigation. A. B. Globe. 363- * Cir\ WILL BE PAID for the seal -cap stolen •~V/ trom BIT South Eighth st. on the evening of Dee, 24, by returning the same to ; LockwuiM Welsh, 811 South Eighth St., . and ,no questions asked.. .' ' • - ■■ ■ '•'-'-- ■•-*••■■■■•■•:- *3..r r\(\t "i Af „ 1 BED. pressed brioa. . umce Hi tJ\J\J 9 \J\J\J ■ Temple court. * Anoka Pressed : Brick company. ' •&-* ife^ FASfMAIL i__w FAST MAIL /r/OG^^s^^ LINE. I MILWAUKEE I with smoking rooms IjllllLtw/iUfiCiL/i with smoking rooms II Aitr.*. < I »nd the finest dining Cfc^JwA $TDAf/L I cars in the world, -^"^^^rr_7 I are run on Main Line '- , I rains to and from 0/ / Chicago and Mil- waukee. Departing Trains. ' . Leare „ I -I*27* ■ - : -. * .•-. Minneap'isj St Paul, La Crosse, Dubuque and St | Louis Expre55......... . _ 5:15» mB 5:15 am Prairie dv Chien, Milwau kee and Chicago Express B 8:40 a m B 8:45 a m Calmar and Davenport Ex. n 8:40 a m B 3:45 a m Ortonville & Fargo Ex B 9:05 a m B 8:25 a in Milwaukee _ Chicago < Ex- . .pre 55........ A 1:00 m A 1:40 pm Korthfield, Faribault, Owa - tonna, Austin and Mason City............. A 4:SOp m A 4i35 m La Crosse Passenger B 4 :30 m B 5:05 pm Aberdeen acd Mitchell Ex. A 4:50p m A 4:1 p m La Crosse and Dubuque Fast Express. D 8:03p m D 3: .0 d m Milwaukee and Chicago , Express A 8:00 in A B:4o pa j " 1 Arriving Trains. Arrive Arrive St. PauL M nneap's. Chicago & Mllwaukeo Ex- '■ press A 7:35 am A 7:45 a m Dubuque and La Crosse Fast Express , C 7:01 am C 7:45 am Davenport and Calmar Ex C 8:33 a m 3 9:40 a m Mason City. Austin, Owa tonna, Faribault and Northfteld A 9:30 am A 9:49 am Mitchell and Aberdeen Ex AH. 4O am A 11:00 am Chicago and Milwaukee Express .*..... A :5 pm A 2:3> pm Fast Mail and La Crosse... B 3:25 p m B 4:00 p m Chioago, Milwaukee and Prairie da Chien Ex B 6:60 Tim 6:5* pm Fargo and Ortonville Ex.. B 7:05 pm B 6:25 p m St. LLosu >s Dubuque and La __Crosse Express B 9-15 p m 3 9 81pm A means Daily. B except Sunday. C except Monda-*. D excent Snt'iHa*-. Additional trains between St. Paul and Minns* apolsvia "Short Line" leave both cities hourly: lcrparticularssee Short Line time tables. ST. PAUL— Chas. Thompson. City Ticket A?3n.t, 3«? East Third street Brown ft KnebaL Via tat Agents, Dion Depot MINNEAPOLIS— w* B. Chandler, City IteM Agent. No. 7. Nicollet House, a. B. Chamberlain. Ticket Agent Depot _j^^_ Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha AND Chicago & Northwestern R'ys. The best equipped Route to Chicago Dining cars the finest in the world, and luxuri ous Smoking Room Sleepers on all Regular Ex press trains to Chicago. Through Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Omaha ml Kansas City Express. Dcs Moines and Kansas City express has Pull man sleeper Pcs Moines to Kansas C ty. " Departing Trains. ___™ lia &£_, Dcs Moines & Kansas City *8:40 am] *8.05 am M lwaukee & Chicago Ex »8;10 p ra i »8:50 p m Sioux CS-xF. APipest'ne -18:40 a m t8:05 a m Shakopee A Merriam J'n.. »7:80 a m '8:15 a m Omaha & Kansas City *6:35 pm j '6:oopm Green Bay 4 Wisconsin Ex 47:30 am +7 a m Shakopee A Merriam J'n. "6:30 pm »c.-20 pra Lake Superior Express... -18:15 a m 49:00 an* St llwater and R ver Falls 49:30 a m 410:00 an. River Falls & Ellsworth.. 14:30 pm ts:oopm Chicago Day Express *1:00 m *l:4opm Duluth night express *9:oopm ♦9:4opm ft. Paul & P.erre Express »11:55 M •11:20 pm Lake Crystal and Elmore. »B:4oam '8:05 a m Arriving Trains. «, Ar ,V v ! L- Al 7 iY9 ,- St. Paul. Mmn'apolis Ft. Paul A Pierre Expresi! *3:00 a m *2:25 ara Luluth night express *6:00 am *6:40 a m Lake Crystal and Elmore. +11:30 ami '10.50 am ChicapoDay Kxpress ! *fi:ss a m *7:35 am Ellsworth A R ver Falls.. I +9:10 am 1 +P:sss m Memam.l'n 4 Shakopee. | *11:40 a m »12:55 p m .V lwaukee ACh cago Ex *i:SO p m *2:30p m S.'ouxC.Sx F.APipest'ne +7:13 p m +6:40 p m Omaha and Kansas City.. *11:30 a m *10:50 a m Lake Superior Express..! +5:40 p m +6:20 p m Merriam J'n A Shakopee.! *9:35 p m *10.50p m Green Bay & Wisconsin Ex' +7:20p m +8:00 p m River Falls * Hudson j +5:40 pml +6:20 m Kansas C_ * Dcs Moines '7:13 n m »6:40 pm 'Daily. tExce^t .Sundays. E.^tit trains tyjt.il water tExcept Monday. T3f~ ckets. sleeping car accommodations ani •11 information can be secured at No. 13 Nicol.et House Bock. M nneapolls, W. B. WHEELER, Ticket ASfant H.L. MARTIN. Agent, Minneapolis Depot No. 159 East Third street opposite Merchaati Hotel. St. Paul. CHAS. H. PETSCII, City Ticket Agent BROWN A KNKBKL, Agents, St Paul Union Depot >'•" NORTHERS PACIFIC BULBOUI nin3 ;oi<oi _ — TUB— New Overland Route." —TO— Portland, Or., and the Pacific Northwest. The "Pioneer Line" between St. Paul, Minneapolis. Moorheacl and Fargo, and the ONLY Line running D nina Cars ana Pulli___ bieejiers leiween Those Points. _ nPA-TiKd -uxw. Leave Lj__*~. a * FA * Tl so ™ Anra - St. Paul. Minneapolis Pacific Express for Fargo, Jamestown , Mnnewau kan and Portland (Dally) 4:00 pm 4:35 pm Fargo Ex. (Dally exceptSua) 8:15 am ■ MM m Dakota Ex. (Ua iy) B:UOp.n 8:35 p m Dining Cars, Pullman Sleerjer3.cle^aaC day cjao.iai second-class coaches, and emigrant sleeping cars Detween St Paul, Minneapolis, Far*.), Dai. and jill points In Montana and Washington territories. Emigrants are carried out of St. Paul and Minne apolis on Pacific Express, leaving dally at 4 p. ra. Arrive Arrive -Bravura thaws. i inn' polls j St. Paul. Atlantic Express (Dally) I il:soam~| 12:25 p m et. Paul 4 Mm, fast Ex. (Dy) »7:15 » m ! *7:50 a m St.Paul &M. acc.(dy f:10om 6:45 m •To" not run west of Fnreo on Sundays. Through Pullman Sleepers daly between St- Paul an' 1 Wahpeton, Dak, on Dakota express. Cllj office. St. Paul. 163 East Third r .~~ 4. it office, Minneapolis. No. ' , Nicollet -I '3*. CHAS. -'. ' .'. . General Passenger and Ticket —fM_ WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE* The Palace Sleeping and Parlor Car Route to Chicago. , Leave Leave ' Minneapolis. St. PauL Chicago & Milwaukee — —————— Day Express a 12* 0 p. m. a 12:15 p.m. Prentice A Ashland Xx- I T»re*s a 7:35 p. m. a 8:15 p. m. Chicago Night Express a 7:35 p. m. la 8:15 p. m. I Arrive I Arr i Minneapolis. ' St PauL Chicago Fast Express. Ja 7:50 a. m. a 7:15 a.m. Prentice _ Ashland Ex-] press a 7:50 a. m. a 7:15 a. m. Chicago Express 'a 4:20 p.m. a 3:10 p. m. a Daily. b Ercf^it •unSl* Through Car Service All trains carry ele gant day coaches, superb sleepers and luxurious dining cars without chafige between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago. For tickets, rates, berths in sleepers and all detailed information, apply to the city offices; Minneapolis, No. 19 Nicollet House Block, corner of Nicollet and Wash ngton avenues; F. H. Anson, Northwestern Passenger Agent St Paul— 173 East Third street. Merchants Hotel Block: C. E. Robb. City Ticket Agent. . i >' en. General Manager. James Barker, Gen eral Passenger and Ticket Agent, Mi waukea. MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAIL It ALBERT LEA ROUTE. Lv.St. Paul Minpls Chicago & st.Louis Express *7; sam'. »8:10 ami Dcs Moines Express , : *7:Jsam *8:10 am Ch.caio "Fast" Express... U6:3)pm d7:lspra St. Louis Fust Express J 46:3 pm +7:15 ra DesMoines Passenger I '*6:Sopm *7:lspm ExeelsorA Watertown.... »B:lsam '8:55 am Excels. cr and Morton. 1 's:lspm •5:45 p m Albert Lea (Local). I »3:lspm »3:.0p m - Additional Short~LiHe trains leave ft. Paul at *7:1 . d 8:15, *9:15, s!0:I5. a. m., d 4:15. f'6: 5 p.m.; leate Minneapolis at 6::5 s7:'s, d 7 :; 5. *8:"5, a 9: 5 *I::>* ra.,d" ' d •'" 6:0. »7 3' • m * Ex. Sunday. t Ex. Saturday, d Daily, s Sur day - Ticket Offices— Minneapolis, No. 3 Washington avenue) under Nicollet house), and depot cor ner Third street and Fourth avenue north; .St Paul. 199 Ea<t Third street (corner S.bley),. and depot, Broadway, toot of Four h street * S. F. BOYD, General Ticket and Passenger Agent OSBORNE'S IMPROVED BOMB, For House Heating: is nnequaled for Economy, Efficiency and Durability for Private Residences, Churches and School Houses* Write to E. F. OSBORNE, *'' Corner Fifth and Rosabel streets, : ST. PAUL. MINN. ; >; '; %%y___w $ _* _ __fc_^_^^^^^ The "Burlington Ronton From the JJorthWesf." i -— & i ■ — — -~- t — : : ~ ' — ~ ' j 1- AT AT Arriving Trains. St. paul. Minneapolis. 1 : . , — _______ . — , : — . . __ ._, ; Chicago Impress - - -as- 705 a.m. 742 a.m. \ "The Owl" - <* © 200 p.m. 2 4op.m»| St. Couis Express - j e25 p.m. 705 p.m. ! • ;-•_••*:• - ... ■; _ •'- ■ _. . FROM FROM Departing Trains, st. PA ul. Minneapolis. i ; , . 1 _____ '. 1 _+ St. Couis Express - f 915 a.m. 835 a.m. Chicago Impress j.© . 1 sop.m 110 p.m. j "The Owl" - - -« 840 p.m. 8 00 p.m.! ; : . — , — _ . -« 33 Daily. ¥ Except Sunday. Popular time to CHICAGO. At_ hours n • iOAnio_i-,n I 1 10 to pEOI^IA ; ?ZU to jjT.JOUIS/, pull/nap palace Sleepers, peerless Dir)ir;<£ Qars. / ALL CLASSES OF TICKETS GOOD ON "THE OWL" which runs every day in the year to CHICAGD, PEORIA and ST. LOUIS. ~~~~~ OFFICES HOTEL RYAN, ST. PAUL. NICOLLET HOUSE, MINNEAPOLIS* 4 , UNION DEPOTS. * GEO. B. HARRIS, . ■ W. J. C. KEN YON, i CENFRAL MANAGE*, . rr-urp., n. ■•—•«■'>—» ] "THE DUBUQUEROUTE? "t"7»^LtAPO^IS^rfj^STj.PATJTj _ __ P A -^-^^sß^-^^^klh^^. 1 » M aT_ OT O/I v?^~t^^ 2^^_c*s_?%b« ■ vara # V ' J__ —a of 1 X.- «t* ».#»«^__-S_®*jk-» «"•<» l▼I» -. _- *-» i *«^ vv ' i __,"V S-a_gj^i^fci»^r^_^pE__* A I I IXIIVI _?*_'*» ' _•-.-_ If C^ *_w»;s_L^_*J^By_r-tr-_j\, tA«-H IN iM t«^ «_*CTERMI __^ss|as_^i_ r Nrrth^JJ SI _r ~"^^3il_?ya_l%l_^ v »^__--------«fltAciio_B_ 5_7 /* t^Rrfvß l^-IT_l__3^^^ f "-J7^ Connections. M ®iW_ako " A3 £: _^-\^^___Ai?w^ 'v*v* o \ Kte\*"yiV 4 (Iff/))' -r^u.V.r,*""^?>^-^jpAw]->f^ o*>0 *> A i^%ltfi C __hi!|_R^-^<^r___3&^r& k \o 6 IPS 2: -_^^^^ £^j^!2"' s ""°^^^ .. — r*^ V>*"^_C_ 7_>JvP*H^ e -m»LOOSA I- _/--** <?jL J Q _■ 1.1 5 l*-»_3r UW t"_C 0\ v _y * G^y__T_J__\V A l\\'.*AV J^i/C** 1 ' » »V^* *•*+*?* 7r^*T^< v-/ / 1 I --J*^^-^ I M «^H__^_4l^^^ij^a^ : /^? V >^X^|^°J Ew °/°^^ I .St — «L>— --— «^H" ..AlexaaariajPx »/ J /x^/Sl v. minviiU Ac* ✓ _-<y^lr-ivUl*~--__« «\. _ • (r*^ _^oir\^lcUu^U____^ Wvifr jo- £p 0 ~ plata l' e » j^^vtej^y s - ANj fc __5p ; ?R _^^^-^*^^ Mac °°?,f _-v______2-_l^ wc MC B1 «ff s y 7 s^___^_-__--HSrf_^St/w I[ltl ' I 1 0^ v^^T / i /\l M f_^-^fe r^^^T^^^^^A^^L^^ f&^vh /a //x*l a _^T^ 4 | ; PITVtU_ **? / • J*^___^' -s^ :^ M i j 7-n?r^-|e KANSAS ClTYyl^^iaT/ / * jOl-eyj [ We__ ! .(..__ JEt^- "^^ *^^^^i--^^^f\ __-__-_-—- V w J 2fc TWO DAILY TRAINS EACH WAY BETWEEN J? ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS) V —AND- ■"■■:) Chicago, St. Lflßis and Kansas City.\ Pullman Buffet Sleepers and Through Coaches on All Trains* 1 BEST LINE TO PEORIA, LOUISVILLE, NEW ORLEANS, INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, JACKSONVILLE, COLUMBUS, WASHINGTON, SAN FRANCISCO. PITTSBURG, s BALTIMORE, SAN ANTONIO, NEW YORK, BUFFALO, GALVESTON, BOSTON. i'/^r ... PHILADELPHIA, V " MEXICO. REMEMBER: In Pnrchasin.2: Your Tickets, that All Trains of tlid MINNESOTA & NORTHWESTERN R. R. Arrive in and Depart from Union Depots in St. Paul, Minneapolis, . St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Peoria and Indianapolis. ' J>. Mpls. jLv. St. Paul. Ar. Mpls. Ar.St. Paul* Chicago and St. Louis Express .................. +7:30 am +8:15 am ;»B:3oam »7:55 ami Kansas City Express +7:3oam +B:lsam »B_oam *7:55 am Peoria, Indianapolis and Columbus +7:3oam +8:15 a m »B:3oam *7:ssani Chicago Fast Express *6;Sopm ,7:05 +B:3>pm +7:50 St. Louis Fast Express »6:3opm *7:ospm +8:30 p m +7:sopra Kansas City last Express »G:3O m '7:05 +B:3opm. +7:Copw Peoria, Indianapol s and Columbus ........... »ti;3opm ■; *T:o.jpm +8:30 m ' +7:50 ra Rochester, Chatiield and Plain view.....'. +3:3opm +4:oopm +11:55 am '+ll:20am Faribault, Cannon Kails and Bed Wing......... ■■ +3:30 p m +4:oopm +11:55 am +11:20 ara +Daily except Sunday. tllaily except Monday. *Except Saturday. • -Daily. CITY TICKET OFFICES: . No. 193 East Third Street, ST. PAUL. '„".' : No. 234 Hennepin Aye., MINNEAPOLIS. J. A. HANLEY, Traffic Manager, St. Paul. ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS & MANITO3A RAILWAY FARGO SHORT LINE. Only Rail Line to Winnipeg and British Columbia. TIME TABLE. '■ " ~ — ..: ..:;' ..'.;-■ ' ' Leare Leave Mn. Arrival A rrivn»" r ' -- ... >' '' ■■ St. Panl neapol.g St. Paul' Mm neap j wTilniar. Brown's Valley and Brockenridge.. . »7:30 am 8:05 a m »7:00 p m 6:25 pta .' Fergus Falls, Moorhead. Fargo V..' .....;.,.. »8:20 » m • Bio am »6:15 p m 5:40 » m : tt. Cloud Accommodation, Monticello and Clear- . - water - " .. .V.. ....'..:.. ■'... "2:30 p m : 8:05p m *12:0) m 11:20 » • Et. Cloud Accommodation,' V a Anoka and Elk »B:SUp m 4.05 p m »10:55 a m 10:20 » « Breckenndge, Wahpeton. Casselton, Hope,' Portland, ■■ May-ill«. Crooiißton, .Grand Forks, Der.l'sLake . \. •...■■.;, StVincent, W nnipegO lgur ,V n;oJ.er, victora J:80p m . t:osp m 7*) am 6:55 a M Fergus Falls, Moorhead. Fargo," Grand Forks, Der_'s ..' z .-- >->>'' * Lake. Lar more, - Neche . . . . .. . ....:.....:. •...■••■'. 8:30 pm : 9:10 r» m 7:00 am 6:25 a m- 1 "~ All trans daily except as follows: *Da. except -u rida r. * > . '-*--■■. ••. . - ► • TICKET OFFICES— ST. PAUL, comer Third and Jaoksoa streets; Union depot . rj MINNEAPOLIS, UaionDa^ot, Bnlil -latri; „a. u.-Jujlu: 80-S9Blo| -/? m