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Jl^li ll;el»oy who »ellstlie paper*
•tud he will (ell you more about
circulation (lian all tlic affidavits
iliat can be published. Juxtlryit
and j on will be convinced thai Uie
€. .in- leads all*
At the Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and bunday
M. 1). Merrill. 44rBrondway.
S. 11. Reeves, druggist, Moore block. Seven
C. T. Heller, drupgist SS St. Peter street
Straight Bros., druggists, corner of Rondo
End Giotto.
William K. Collier, druggist, 199 East Sev
enth street
A. T. Guernsey, druggist 171 Bale street
V. A. Hlrecher, druggist, 235 H0nd0 street.
Porker & Westby, druggists, tT'j East Third
E. McCrudden, confectionery, 400 Rice
W . A. Frost & Co., druggists, corner Selby
end Western avenues.
B. J. Wnte, druggist 300 Market corner
A GKMS- Wanted, agents in every city
-il for the Minneapolis Penny Press; good
wages guaranteed Apply or address The
Penny Press, Minneapolis,
A<;: N i Just arrived, new edition of
Charles Kendo's works: nine volumes;
112 illustrations; highest commissions. P. F.
Collier, Davidson Block, Fourth and Jackson
AGENTS— good workers, for city
and country work, to canvass for best-
BclliiiK book now offered to the public. Call
at or address 417 Pioneer Press. St Paul.
ACifcNT— Wanted, responsible state agent:
rood product: million pounds consumed
daily. Hygienic, 27"i Broadway, New York.
AGENTS wanted tot a quick-selling pat
emca invention just being put on the
market: sold only through agents: good
profits and a clear field; sample by mail. 25
cents. The Ohio Novelty Co., 1) 0. Cincin
nati, O.
AGI-.NTS — Salary or commission; the
greatest invention of the ape: the New
Patent chemical luk-E rasing Pencil; tells
on Eight: works lite magic: audits are mak
ing from S-5 to $I'J5 per week. For further
particulars write the Monroe Eraser Aia:iu
lactuiing Com) any. X 4. ha Crosse. Vis.
AT LAST WE HATE IT— Keen, brißht
and brainy men and women wanted
everywhere to take orders for "SHEPP'S
book or copyrighted pbotugraphs of builu-
Ings, Bccnes and exhibits ol the World's
Columbian Exhibition; authorized by the
exposition management; official certificate
accompanies each volume: bonanza for
•workers: drop everything and handle it;
you will make money fast; books ready;
credit given: Lig commissions; illustrated
circulars: tenrs FEEE Address Globe
llible Publishing Company. 3fS Dearborn st.,
Chicago. HI . or t-liiladelpliia. Pa.
I> AKlit X v.auted at «; East Seventh &l
|~iAItI'KNTKKS wanted in every county
Vy to work for us on salary; send reference
and siamu. Topp & Co., Manufacturers, In
dianapolis, Ind.
telegraphy; low terms: day and even
ing school. Gates Telegraph "school, TJO9
Washington ay. south, Minneapolis.
LOCAL and general agents wan tea for
fastest selling book of recent years, au
thorized edition, •'Photographic History of
the V orld's Fair, ' ;r>U photo engravings. Re
tail price 82. Canvassing outfit "v> cents
Jiest book for holidays. Freight paid. Credit
j:iveu. E. 11. Woodward &. Co., Baltimore,
MAX to do small job of masonry and ex
cavating wanted. Apply Monday morn-
Ing at 477 East Seventh.
J\,T liN to sell baking powder; steady em-
XIX ploymeut; experience unnecessnrv;
575 salary < r com. l\ S. Chemical Works.
W'f\ an Huren, Chicago.
wanted: sober man with Rood refer
ences: will pay J2.75 per day ;wanted ut once;
must linve reference. F, M. Church, \loert
Lea. Minn.
CAI.LMVIiN Riving bond can secure retail
+-> line (only one appointed iv each city) of
I>lncini(ii-iiL's and rubber clothing; one agent
«old over 400 in September and October
Bond. P. O. 1371, New York.
OOi.H:J'ious -Wanted, men of energy
U and tact to solicit for the Bankers' Life
Association of St. Fan. Minn.; literal con
u: ct and splendid Urri.orycanbe secured by
.ii-n clarence i.. t=ecor. tt. Paul Minn
KJ raohers and typewriter operators out of
employment are invited to register their
names and qualifications with our employ
ment department; no charue to either eui
ployer or employed. Wyckoff. Beamans <t
Benedict, \>i Lust Fourth st.
SOLICITORS— Permanent employment to
first-class men. 4:>* Wabaslia m*
TAILOR! — Two men wanted, one coat
maker and one pantsmaker; tailors.
H. Hesse. Le Sueur. Minn.
lA7ANTKD — Salesmen or agents; easy
♦ » work; good pay Belling pants to order
v, t!:;:s 815. Hunter Tailoring Company
Cincinnati. Ohio.
nTAN'TKD- Men and teams to work in
*» troodyard. lii«iuire Monday irorniug
r.t yarn corner Lnivcrsiiy ay. and Bice st.
11/ ANTED — Agents for quick selling
» ♦ nrticles ntouee; call between 11 and 2
Si J-.n<<; SeoAnlh, room -y 4.
Ui ANTED- Holp of nil classes for posi
tions in large business houses, manu
tactmiiig companies, railroads.eta, through
out tno United States: positions free; send
6 tain p :'or application blank. National Em
ployer's Miileiin, Dayton. O.
U t ANTED— A man to do chores on Email
farm near city; wages, $10 per month
and board. Address S 133. Globe.
TT7 ANTED— Book agents to handle tlie
»*' Prize HiEtoty of the Fair.. Awarded
}'.ij.'t:e.-i mid only medal. Sells at fiignt.
].■.:.' commissions. Enclose stomps at
oucc for terms and territory. Address J.
V: (.;.::.;.!,;• „ President, ISU Adams X!., Chi-
CllgO. ill.
VXTANTEl>— lmmediately, ten girls for
*» housework, with ciiy references, 392
Peiby&v. C-i.'l at dry goods ami millinery
\\f A~N'f • - . i — Reporters" aud contributors
VV in every locality: any capable person
of good character can represent us. Address,
with stamp. luterstate Press Associatiou, lii
pianapolla, Ind.
U/A.\TED— Active young man in each
town and township to join secret
order and act as organizer; sealed commis
sion free. Knights of Columbus, Drawer P,
Indianapolis, Ind.
WAKTKD-At ouce, competent dentist
to take charge of office; state sulary
expected. Apply Dr. Sehiffmau. Dulutb,
WANTED— A responsinle party to chop
and haul I.WO cords maple wood.
Apply 104 East Seventh st.
WANTED — Four young xntn to learn
telegraphy; can make board. Globe
Business College. Endicott Building.
Or any other kind of HELP, can se
cure them by nd\ jrtising in the
Globe Want Columns
BOAHD — Wanted, a girl going to school to
help at housework for her board. Call
at 535 Robert next to high school.
COOK— Wanted, a competent cook; refer
ences required. Sirs. E. W. Peet 271
Summit ay.
COOK— Woman to cook all winter on large
farm; apply Monday morning. lioom
58. National German-American Bank.
COOK— Wanted, good cook for general
housework; references. Apply 63» Day
ton ay.
COOK— Wanted, girl that knows how to
i cook: good "home; small family and small
wages. Apply to 3t<6 Wabasba Bt.
DINING ROOM GlßL,— Must be experi-
XJ enced. 52 East Seventh st.
DRESSMAKING— girl wanted
to learn dressmaking; can work for
boßrd. 5M5 Broadway.
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
work. . 724 Cedar st
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl at 519
II Broadway. • .
HOUSEWORK— &. girl about twelve years
old wanted at 18 Forepaugh Block,
Seven corners.
HOUSEWORK— girl fourteen or
fifteen years old (German preferred) to
assist in light housework and the care or
children. Apply 280 Fuller st.
HOUSEWORK— Competent girl for gen
ii eral housework; German preferred.
493 Holly ay.
HOUSEWORK— Girl for general house
-11 work. Airs. L. Gottfried, 252 Commer
cial st. -
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl
for general housework in small family.
Apply at 848 Goodrich ay.
LADY MADE §14 last week selling Long's
solid mucilage pencils; why not you?
Address C. A. Lour. Manufacturer. 334 Dear
born St.. Chicago. 111.
JADIKS — To write at home; $15 weekly.
■J Addiess, with stamp, Miss Fanny Felk
nor. South Bend, Ind. . .
LAIJII.S guaranteed (30.00 a week for
writing and conducting pleasant work
at home; nocauvassing; position permanent;
outfit free; enclose stamp. Ethel A. Sprague,
South bend. Ind.
TV LiiSK GIRI — Wanted, nurse girl living
I'l in vicintty of Colonnade; must sleep
home. Would like to have washing done in
ssune famiiy. Address N 131, Globe.
IVT URSE GIRL, wanted at 9JS Laurel ay.
NURSE — Wanted, girl fifteen or sixteen
1* years of age to take care of children.
830 Rice st.
SALESLADY* to travel on salary and ex
penses, soliciting orders for printed sta
tionery, blank books and office supplies;
bring references. 73 East Fifth st.
SHIRT IRONER— Wanted, a girl to run
Sinclair shirt ironer; must be first-class
and furnish good references. Albert Lea
Steam Laundry, Albert Lea. Minn.
WAITRESS — Wanted, first-class head
waitress. Inquire at the Marlborough,
corner Summit ay. and Sixth st.
WASTED — Agents for quick selling
VV articles at once: call between 11 and 2.
34 East Seventh, room 884.
May be tlpht and hard to get. but
you can get all you want by asking
for it through the Globe Finan
cial Columns, to either buy or sell
of any kind or character that the
financial world hap to offer or to
get rid of.
BANK STOCKS a specialty; bonds, com
lJ mercial paper mortgages, securities
bought and sold. George \V. Jenks, Invest
ment Banker. - Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building, Minneapolis.
LOAN 3 on Furniture. Pianos, Diamonds,
etc. 13-14 First rational Bank Building.
MOKKV LOANED on insurance po
ieies; or bought. L. P. Van Kormau
■: Guaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis.
M<)>i:Y loaned on personal property,
household poods, pianos, watches,
diamonds, etc.. in amounts from $10 to $50.
American Mortgage Loan Company, Room 7,
First National Bank, Corner Fourth and
Jackson sts. ; take elevator.
MONEY OX HAND to loan on city prop
erty, and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. MoritZ. 1013 Pioneer Press. - ',
-P-R'-I- V-A-T .-£
Money loaned en diamonds, watches, pianos,
furniture or goods in storage at lowest rates,
and Email monthly return payments; notes
and mortgages bought; most private loan
rooms in the city. Ohio Investment Com"
pi::iy. Yi'i Globe Building;' inke elevator
Houses for >:«{<■•
»ip>C^OVJv/with all modern improvements.
972 Carroll; Inquire within. '
- .
SAN DIEGO. CAL- Ten-acre fruit ranch
in suburban village. . Lemons, oranges,
etc. Water abundant. Modern house. Two
motor lines; stations close by. : Extra choice
land. Will sell 10 acres more adjoining, if
desired. Address i» IS4, Globe. ■ :
. Good Luck Salve— lf your druggist does
not keep it, send or call on W. 11. Lockwood.
chiropodist, St. Paul, Minn. ; 25c, DOc and cl
£ Find it by nsinjr the Globe £
p Want Columns, and you. can be <A
> employed as " X'
4 Hostler, Gardener or Man-of-All- ;&
% Work. r
£ While the Globe is at your serrice. a
APPRENTICE— Situation wanted by a
young man that wants to learn the civil
engineering or surveying trade; has had
some experience in field work. Address!)
129. Globe.
nooKKEEI'ER, thoroughly competent.
■-D temperate, accurate, good penman and
correspondent: excellent city references.
Address G 129, Globe.
BOOKKEEPING— Wanted, by practical
±J bookkeeper, a set of books to post dur
ing two or three evenings of the week. Ad
drees A 132, Globe.
BOYS FOB PLACES, places lor boys;
employment bureau for poor boys, free.
Newsboys' Club R00m,313 Wubasha st. ; open
from 13 to la a. m.. and from 7 to '.) p. m.
BOOKKEEPER— Competent bookkeeper
XJ ana office man, with good references,
wants employment of any kind to support
His family. Address C 134, Globe.
/"CARPENTER would like to see some one
V^ that would have house built or barn, or
repairing done of any kind; is willing to
take groceries as part payment.- Address
Z 131, Globe.
pOMPOSITOR— Lady compositor wants
v> situation. C 131, Globe.
C-'OOK— situation wanted by a good, all
■> round cook; in or out of city : references.
Address A 130, Globe.
FIREMAN — Wanted to take care of fur-
I naces for the winter. John Mellin, 075
Hague ay.
HOTEL, CLERK— Position wanted as
hotel clerk or head waiter, by trust
worthy young man of experience; speaks
English," Swedish and German. Address N
12S, Globe.
MAN AGKK— a situation as man
ager of a good hotel by a gentleman
and wife, or clerk by gentleman; first-clnss
references tarnished. Address Commercial
House. Luverne. Minn.
PHARMACIST, registered in Minnesota
X and North Dakota, seeks position; fifteen
years' experience; French oud German;
highest references. Address It 40, Globe,'
SALESMAN— Wanted, position by experi
enced man. speaking German and Eng- .
lish, traveling or city salesman, or store, in
any branch. D. M., 544 Jackson.
OECBETAKY— excellent penman and
O a thorough bookkeeper wants position;
excellent city references. Address X 125,
Globe. "
CIUNOGBAPHER- Situation wanted by
O a thoroughly competent and experienced
stenographer and typewriter; furnish first
class references. Address A 136, GloDe. I
\t7ORK FOli BOAKU-An honest, poor
» V boy wants to work for his board and
attend school. Please call or address' o4l'
Endicott Building. ■:/■'■" "
WORK OF ANY KIND wanted by a
good man where he has a chance to
learn English; six months in this country;
speaks French, • German, and understands
pretty good English; worked before in a
bank; wages no object. Address X 134,
OOKKKEPEK— Young lady desires po
sition as bookkeepper ; understands
single and double entry bookkeeping, and
can furnish good references as to character
and ability. C. M.. 224 St. Anthony ay.
DOOKKKEPER— Thorough bookkeeper. .
JD stenographer and typewriter; correct
and quick: also had experience in lire insur
ance; moderate salary expected; best of ref
erences. Address P 130, Globe.
BOOKKEEPER— wanted by an
experienced iady bookkeeeper; will
work at moderate salary; best of references;
Address P. G., Globe.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, by young lady.
■D situation, assistant bookkeeper or cash
ier; several years 1 experience. Address N
127. Globe. _^
BIG BARGAIN— £SO will buy a telegraph
school complete in every respect; good
location; cheap rent; apply at once. Loom
88. Court block-. _^
COOK— A first-class cook wishes employ-
J ment In hotel or private family; best of
references. ML. W., 4(M St. Peter st.
COOK— A middle-aged woman, good cook
J and laundress; reference. Address F
135, Globe.
DRESSES made to order ou short notice:
first-class work guaranteed. SCO West
Seventh st
r\KESSMAKER— A dressmaker wishes
DRESSMAKER — A dressmaker wishes
XJ dressmaking or plain sewing. 102 St.
Albans st. - >_'•", -
DRESSMAKKK-A competent dressmak
*J er wants sewing by the day in families.
Call or address 215 Rondo.
DRESSMAKER would like sewing in
families; cutting and fitting a specialty.
Address M. P., Colonnade."
DRESSMAKING wanted by an experi-
XJ enced dressmaker at home or in fam
ilies, Call 272 Rice St.. Room 1.
DRESSMAKER— Competent dressmaker
XJ would like to go out by the day. Apply
1452 Van Buren St., Hamline.
nRESSMAKER-An experienced dress-
U maker wishes sewing in families: does
catting ana fitting; references. Call or ad
dress 280 Aurora ay.
DRESSMAKING— Wanted, by a No. 1
dressmaker, a few more engagements
by the day. Address L 135. Globe.
-Li places. Call at 355 Walnut st.
EMPLOYMENT— Young lady, good pen-
Hi man, wants position. Address S 27,
HOTEL WORK— Two young ladies would
XI like to go to Washington or Montana as
dining room girls or chambermaids. Ad
dress 858 East Sixth St., City.
HOUSEWORK— A young woman in need
of a home desires light employment
where heavy work, as washing or sweeping
.carpets would not be required. Address \V
31, Globe. . - : -
HOUSEKEEPER— A lady with education
II and refinement wants a position of
trust; is perfectly acquainted with how to
manage a house with servants aud children.
Address T 131. Globe.
LADY'S MAlD— Wanted, a situation as
lady's maid with party going South or
Southern California for the winter: a first
class hairdresser and manicure; references
given. Address Mattie Smith, Dulutb, Minn.
NURSE— Wanted, by an experienced pro
-I^l fessioual nurse, invalid nursing; no ob
jection to traveling. Address Dr. M. P. Mc-
Leod, 1303 Second ay. south, Minneapolis.
[VI L'KSE— lntelligent lady 25 years of age
1 V wants position as nurse in doctor's
office, or to assist as day nurse in private
hospital, or responsible place of some re
spectable- kind; moderate wages. Address
W 121), Globe. '
OFFICE WORK— lady who is a
good plain writer would like positiorvin
storcor office: experience more an ob/ec;
than wages. Address S 130, Globe. . ..
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, by a reliable
young lady, ofbee work of some sort; un
derstands shorthand, also typewriting; need
position soon; salary to suit employer. Ad
dress M., 291 Martin St.. - .
EAMSTRESS— PIain sewing wanted by
i san experienced seamstress. Call No, Gfcii
East Sixth st.
Females. : • '*' ;7 ,
SEWING— Experienced dressmaker wpul<S
like sewing in families. Call or r ad
dress 089 St. Peter st. ,) j
stenographer— competent stehog-.
O rapher wants position for half a day; 333
Banfil st. <! ;■ "
STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, a position
as stenographer and typewriter •by a
young lady who has had experience. L. B. C,
21 West Tenth st.
STENOGRAPHER — Experienced lady
£3 stenographer desires a position; can give
best city references, and wiiiiug to do general
office work; small salary for the winter. F
132. Globe. .
OTENOGRAPHER wants a position at
once; can operate both Remington and
Smith-Premier machines; salary according
to the times. Address C 133. Globe.
STENOGRAPHER — Experienced lady
O stenographer wants situation: good ref
erences; will work cheap. Address F 133,
OTENOGKAFHER— Rapid and accurate
►J stenographer desires re-engagement; has
had several years' experience, and can fur
nish first-class references. Address W 128.
Glote. . .- -
STENOGRAPHER— First-class lady steu
k— ographer.with several years' experience,
tresires position at once; salary moderate.
Address P 132, Globe.
OTENOGRAPHER— Wanted, position by
O experienced lady stenographer, who is
rapid and accurate: can furnish good refer
ences. M 134, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER — Competent steuog.
0 rapher desires a position at once. Ad
dress Frankie H. N., 228 East Tenth St.. city-
ASHERWOMAN — Woman wants
washing to do at home, or will go out
by the day. 039 Mississippi st.
WASHERWOMAN— A woman would
like to go out washing. Address 531
Charles st, up stairs.
ASHING— A girl would line to go ou
washing and housecleaniug. Call at
IB West Exchange st. .
WASHING and ironing wanted at 114
West College ay.
WASHING— A girl wants to go out by the
» » day washing and housecleaniug. Call
46 West Ninth. j/
WASHING— A good German lady likes to
take in washing; has soft water and
will do it cheap. Mary Brandl, 710 Blair st.
WASHING — Wanted, washing to take
home at 226 Hondo st.
\y ASHING wanted at 456 East Sixth st.
■ — . —
WASHING— Rough-dry washing wanted
at No. 4 Reid Court. .
WASHING and ironing wanted to take
home. 137 Mount Airy st. ; rear. ■ , .
WASHING— Would like to take in wash
ing; do it good and cheap. Mrs. Jen
nie Schlorhaufer. 694 Blair st. .-; j
WASHING— to go out washing
and ironing, or will take it in. I.' Call
at 715 Thomas st. -"--\.i. X
W ASHING— Lady will do washing: 30
VV cents per dozen; first-class work;
called for and delivered. No. 637 Mississippi
St., in basement y , -■•
% RICn MAN. ,' %
X BEGGAR or "j f
$ THIEF, #
BOARD— For strictly first-class board,
room with steam heat, bath rooms and
accommodations, at moderate prices, call at
No. 7 Lyons court, on Sibley, between Ninth
and Tenth sts.
BOARD— Two front rooms, with board:
furnace heat, bath and gas. 228 East
Tenth st.
BOARD— rent a pleasant single room
with fumßce heat, gas and bath; suit
able for lady or gentleman, with first-class
board; cheap for the winter. 148 Pleasant ay.
BOARD aud nicely furnished front room,
with alcove; with bath and furnace; in
a private family; references exchanged. Ad
dress A 133. Globe. '. ■
BOARD— One large room, with board; gas,
bath aud furnace heat; suitable for two
gentlemen. Inquire at 43 Summit ay.
BOARD— One large room, with board; gas,
bath aud furnace heat; suitable for two
gentlemen, inquire at 43 Summit ay.
BOARD— 151 Summit Ay Very desirable
rooms, with board and steam heat; ref
BOARD— rooms and gocd board;
location central; house modern; terms
reasonable. Call 226 East Tenth st.
BOARD— Pleasant furnished room, with
board. 147 Pleasant ay.
BOARD— A respectable young lady can
get good board and room in private fam
ily for $3 per week. Address X 130. Globe.
BOARD— Good board and warm rooms
with bath, reasonable prices, at 5U2 Jack
BOARD and room for ladies and gentle
men; heated: all conveniences; rates,
S3. 53.50, 84. g4.50 per week. 594 Jackson.
BOARD— 581 selby Beautifully lo
cated, elegantly furnished, provided
with steam heat and gas, this house offers
superior inducements to parties wishingcom
fortable quattert. and first-class board.
BOARD — Room and Board— Furnished
room with all modern conveniences. 29
East Tenth st, opposite Capitol. . - !
BOARD and rooms: one large frontiroom I
, • with alcove. 62 East Eleventh st. o v" ! I
BOARD— Wanted, one or two gentlemen'
to room and board in strictly plivate
family; all conveniences; none. but parties
with first-class references need apply. jlOiVtl
St. Anthony ay. > -• f.p? i ;
BOARD— front alcove room for rent, with
board: suitable for two; also tabie board.
301 West Third st. ...) j •
BOARD — Rooms and board: furnished
rooms with table board; terms moderate.*
524 Cedar st. - i j -
BOARD— Two large front rooms for rent,
with board; one on the first floor. 633
Wabasha st. ' . i ;
BOARD-To rent, comfortably furnished
rooms with board. 622 Cedar Bt "- j
BOARD— front rooms, well fur-
U nished, with board. Those who wish
day board only can be well accommodated
at 145 Pleasant ay., with 6 o, clock dinner. j
BOARD— Furnished rooms, with board
and all conveniences; reasonable rates.
481 Willlus Bt., corner Ninth. ■ .
BOARD— Two front rooms, with board;
furnace beat. Lath and gas. 228 East
Tenth st
BOARD— Selby Ay.. 249— One parlor and
' alcove, second floor; one parlor first
floor: also single rooms, all well furnished,
with board; house modern; all conveniences.'
BOARD — Well furnished rooms, well
heated, with good board at moderate
price.' 9 East Tenth st " . ■ .;, .
BOARD— 341 Washington St. Nortti—
posite Rice Park— Nicely furnished front
room with board • also parlor; day boarders
wanted. .•.'..;..". . .. ;;. .. -/ !
BO ARD— Room and board, $5 ' per week;
first-class home cooking; furnace, gas
and batb. 197 East Ninth st., ••."-■ ;
BOARD— To rent comfortably furniiihed
rooms with board. 522 Cedar st. i
: : i»<)ARI»— rooms, with board, iv
X? .. large ' modern house steam-heated
rooms. 210 East Ninth Bt.
■^;" : r : - : • " for KETT. ' ; :
J. IF. Shcpard, »4 East 4th St.,
«-*< .nets as owners' agent: collects rents:
steam-heated apartments fors2o, 525. $30 and
§35; reduced rental.
•■-■■•'■ Houses.
|~iaupjst CLEANING, refitting and lay
*-J ing. Electric Cleaning Works, 159 West
Third st. Tel. 1200. ■
poTTAGt-For rent, ai Hamiine, a six-
room cottage in Rood repair; rent, $10
per month. Inquire of Pease Bros., Third
and Robert gts.
HOUSE— For rent, 525, 302 Arundel, well
located nine-room corner house, with
all modern improvements, one block from
car. Room 9, Giiflllan block. -.-■- ~. : ■ •
HOUSE— For rent. No. 181 Fourteenth St.;
all conveniences; inquire next door.
TJ OUSES for rent from §5 to 850 per month.
«-J John R. Hickey, Germania Life build
ing, Minnesota ana Fourth. ,
HOUSE— For rent, a fourteen-room brick
house; 547 Canada. Call 221 East Sev
HOUSES— For rent, five and eight rooms;
modern; half-price; Walnut, corner
Pleasant ay. Esterley. 22 East Fourth.
HOUSES— per mouth, 087 and I*9 Har
riet St., corner West Central, hix-room
modern house; ten minutes' walk from heart
of city; near two car lines; §30 per monih,
67 West Central ay., near St. Peter, nine-room
modern house. Room 9, Gilrilian Block.
HOUSE— For rent, house of eight rooms,
347 Walnut st. Inquire 325 Ramsey st.
Low rent.
HOUSE— 417 Selby ay. ; all modern con
veniences; barn, gas, furnace, every
thing in first-class shape. Inquire I. E. Hay
cock, Ninth and Jackson.
HOUSE — Comfortable, handy house for
rent, furnished or unfurnished ; or will
sell furniture in house very cheap. Address
M. G. R., Globe. ■-.-.: -
HOUSE— Brick house for rent." Apply 400
Virginia ay. _^
HOUSE of seven rooms; rent cheap; at
693. Apply 712 SI. Peter st. ; nice neigh
O Sixth, for carpet cleaning, feather and
mattress renovating and upholstering. -; r w ; .
FLAT— A four-room flat: also an eight
room flat on John st. ; both on first floor.
Inquire 404 Eighth st.
A— HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
C CARROLL ST., 612— Corner ' Dale— To
J rent, cheap, two connecting front rooms,
with furnace heat, gas and bath.
p«ARROLL ST.. 395— or rent, four rooms.
rtARROLL ST., 173— T0 rent, five rooms
Vv for housekeeping, with city water.
riKDARST., 643— Large furnished front
v>* room, with alcove; lurnace heat and
bath; rent reasonable.
C^EDAR ST.. 637— Two nicely • furnished
vy front rooms together; about five min
utes from city.hall. " ".: '."."■' "
PEDAR ST., G37— Nicely furnished single
V^ room for $5.
IGHTH ST., 278, EAST- For rent,
newly furnished parlor, bath, §10, and
other rooms; modern conveniences.
EIGHTH ST., 315 EAST— For rent, two
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
i>RANKLIN, 361— Corner Fifth St.-Front
Jl room heated, SO, with or without board.
PIFTH ST., 119 WEST— to Rice
S. Park— S3 gets a bedroom and sitting
room, with heat. ■
FIFTH S r., 254. WEST— Corner Smith
Ay.— For rent, rooms with heat and
bath at reasonable rates to suit anyene;
please call and see.
t'OURXH ST., 54 WESI-Near St. Peter
—Newly furnished rooms.
FORT ST., 374 NORTH— Front room.fur
nished, with partly furnished alcove,
v light housekeeping, cheap.
L A OBT fcT., — For rent, large, furnished
i- front room, with clothes closets; private
family; £8. •
PKAShUN ST., 314 SOUTH— For rent,
I- four large rooms, down stairs, with
modern improvements.
piLFILLAN ROW— East Tenth—
VJ Rooms, furnished, $4 to 810 per month;
one front with alcove.
GROVE ST.. 217— For rent, three unfur
vJ nished rooms, suitable for small family.
p ROVE ST., 397-For rent. . furnished
VJ room. -
GROVE, 187— Two or three rooms, fur
vJ nished or unfurnished; bath room; for
two gentlemen or lady and gentleman.
HOTEL RICHELIEU— corner Robert
and Seventh— Best location in city, op- ,
posite Ryan hotel ; clean and comfortable ,
rooms, with board, $4.50 to $5 per week;
single meals. 25c: by the day, 51 and upwards.
ELEVENTH ST.. 96 EAST— Very com
fortable furnished room; steam heat,
bath; private family; also roommate for
young lady.
FRANCIS ST., Dayton's Bluff-Five
. rooms for housekeeping; family with
out children preferred. .
FIFTH ST., 228. WEST— Furnished rooms
JL for sleeping or housekeeping.
IFTH ST., 199, WEST— Two connecting
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
FORT ST., 400— Three rooms for light
AGUE AY.. "661— For Rent— First and .
second floors; city water; SO and $12,
Apply 235 Fuller st. ■ .
HUDSON AY., 867— Four rooms.furnished
or unfurnished ; city water. ; :■- . ;
IGLEUART ST., 81— Five rooms, all mod-
Je m conveniences, in fine repair; cheap
rent. . • .
LEECH ST.. 30— Near West Seventh— For
rent, three unfurnished rooms, with
water. - ■ '
MACK.UBIN ST., 222— Three or tour
rooms, furnished for housekeeping, on
first floor; one block and a half from cable;
rent reasonable.
MISSISSIPPI ST., 691— For rent, nine
rooms up stains pleasant rooms; city
water. - . ■
NELSON AY., 243— rent, large, pleas
ant front room, with alcove, suitable
for two or three gentlemen ; modern Improve
ments. . -
NELSON AY.. 299i,i— For rent, two fur
nished bedrooms and sitting room,
with gas and heat; suitable for two, three or
four gentlemen. - . . ;
NINTH ST., 234, WEST— For rent, three
i.y unfurnished rooms for housekeeping;
city water; also barn. ■
NORTH ST., 683— Two or. three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, for house
keeping. ■:
PLEASANT A.\ ., Four unfurnished
X rooms for rent, with bath and cellar;
815 per month. - ...•-.. - .■"
ROBEKT~BT.7*S39^A~nic« larw room;
steam heat, use of bath; rent very rea
sonable to right person ; also tw o rooms for
light housekeeping, heated; would like man
and wife with no children, or two ladies;
rent reasonable. . ■- ■ • •
ROOMS— two professional gen
tlemen, good habits and references, for
large front room; all modern conveniences;
hear Selby cable: breakfasts and dinners;
private family; $30.00, perhaps less. Ad
dress Z 182, Globe. .
KOO3IS— or three rooms furui6hed
XV for housekeeping, -ground or u»per
floor, city water, private family, at 84 a room.
Inquire 823 East Thi«i feU
■i!?J\-'''-'- -■'■■■ Isoo:ijs. , ' ■ .- ..•
ROOMS— For rent, two or three furnished
X X or ; unfurnished • rooms suitable for
housekeeping. -Call 91 West Tenth st. .
ROOMS— 810.00 per month will rent four
: . rooms, down stairs, 226 Norris st. . In
quire 1063 Burns ay., or 337 East Seventh St.,
C. F. Miller. ■■■■■■- ■■ . ■■
ROOMS— Four unfurnished rooms' for
JLv housekeeping; ground floor; private
family; party without children; central; ref
erences. Address E 128, Globe. . .:,-.: ,-.
ROOMS— A few pleasant rooms, en suite
or single, furnished or unfurnished; use
of parlor and piano; all modern improve
ments; will rent these rooms for housekeep
ing if desired. 591 Olive st. or 415 East Sev
enth st.
ROOMS— For rent, two finely furnished
rooms in small fashionable boarding
house: steam heat, etc; gentlemen only; ref
erences; central location. Address L 147,
D ATE— Wanted, lady roommate:
•TV reasonable rent; central location steam
heat bath. etc. ; references exchanged. Ad
dress O 130, Globe. .
ROOM— A furnished room with a bay win
dow and bath. Call at 355 Walnut st.
ROOMS — Unfurnished rooms for rent
suitable for housekeeping. Inquire A.
Winter, 6 East Ninth st. : - ;
ROOM— For rent, an alcove room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen, with heat,
gas, bath: five minutes" walk from business
center. Address T 133, Globe.
piEDAR, 478— Nicely furnished room; all
v^ modern conveiences. ■
SEVENTH ST., 211 EAST— Two nicely
furnished trout rooms for rent cheap.
SEVENTH ST., 19H.2 WEST— Seven Cor
ners—Three furnished rooms for gentle
men only; first floor.
SEVENTH ST., 28, EAST— Nicely fur
nished room, suitable for two gentlemen.
EVE NTH ST., 151 WEST— Near Seven
O Corners Two or four furnished rooms
for housekeeping. •■•.:.':
SEVENTH ST., NO. 255, WEST— Corner
Walnut— Sunny, large, nicely furnished
rooms, containing every modern con
venience; central; reasonable; no car fare:
no children; private residence; board if de
EVENTH. 225V2 WEST— B, one block
from Seven corners— Nicely furnished
warm room, bath: So.
SEVENTH ST., 228, EAST— For rent, five
O furnished rooms, heated, at low prices.
SEVENTH ST., 228. EAST— office, Room
3— For rent, furnished for light house
keeping, one suite of two rooms ana one of
three; very low price for winter. ;
EVENTH, 255, WEST— For rent, one or
more rooms, furnished complete for
SELBY AY., 251— Nicely furnished front
alcove room; also single rooms furnished
or unfurnished; all modern conveniences.
SELBY AY., 249— One parlor and . alcove,
second floor; one parlor first floor; also
single rooms, all well turnished, with board;
house modern; all conveniences.
SMITH AY., 137— Nicely furnished, pleas
ant front room, with all modern cou
veniences. in private family.
T. PETER ST., 387— Comfortable fur
nished rooms; all modern conveniences.
ST. PETER ST., 775— Ryan Block—
rent,. two nicely furnished rooms, with
gas, bath and steam heat, suitable for two
gentlemen. . ' '" " - .-.••-■ .
OT. PETER ST., 556— Two nicely fur
-0 nished rooms, with all modern conven
iences; rent reasonable.
ST. PETER, Third Floor— Furnished
rooms for rent; heat, bath, all conven
iences; very cheap.
ST. PETER ST., 642— Furnished room;
O modern conveniences; suitable for gen
SUMMIT AY., 26 — Nicely furnished
rooms; pleasant location; modern con
veniences; with or without board.
TENTH ST., 358, EAST— For rent, front
X room and alcove; also one side room
furnished to suit occupants; with or without
board; with gas, heal and bath. ..'.i.'i. ;
TENTH ST., 59 EAST— Two nicely fur-
JL nished rooms with bath: suitable for
light housekeeping: $10 per month.
TENTH ST., 15 EAST— A very desirable
JL suite of front rooms; all modern con
veniences; suitable for married couple.
rpENTH ST.. 97 WEST— Two unfurnished
-I front rooms for rent cheap for the win
ter '-.■-.. -
117 ABASH A, 523i*— Corner Tenth St.—
V V Furnished rooms for rent: place quiet.
WESTERN AY., 221— For rent, choice
front room, furnished, with large al
cove and closet; all modern conveniences;
terms very reasonable.
WALNUT ST., 3S5— Nicely furnished
rooms, heated. S3 and Si per month.
d HOUSES, d,
\ SHOPS, f
£ FARMS, 0
'■' BARNS, • r
P Or anything: else that you may V
0 have to sell or wish to buy, by m
0 using the >
i Business Columns of the Globe, i
FOR SALE— A good paying business, cen
-T trally located; small payment required,
and easy terms on balance; can be had at a
bargain; small capital required. Address T
130. Globe.
% HORSE. %
% CARRIAGE, S£*2 f
W PHAETOff. !£SS $
X n» PONY or » $
g CART d
6 To Sell, or do Ton want to Bay . one) m
A Try the columns of i
A YOU* G PONT, with outfit, must be
xl sold: very cheap. Inquire at 1026 Case st,
FOR SALE — Horse, buggy, harness and
r sleigh at a great sacrifice; fine driver and
sadler; would sell separate. Address C 130,
Globe. " ■■■-.-
FOR SALE— good team of horses; or
will trade for a team of mares; . also a
Jersey cow; or will trade for a new milch
cow. At 077 Bradley. „
HORSES WINTERED; terms reason
able. George Allen, Shako pee, Minn.
ONY CAST- Wanted, to buy a second
hand pony cart, suitable for a 710-pound
pony. Address Mrs. P., 717 Geranium st.
npo TRADE — A Russian sleigh, platform
. JL wagon or Brewster buggy for work horse,
bob sleighs, work harness. Address 104 East
Seventh st. " • . .
6 YE works.
AHLEKT & ■ MINTEL — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works, 244 East Seventh,
!.. ' LOST A^?l> FOU3TD.
pHKCK LOST— On Merchants' National
V^ bank, St Paul: amount, $17.61; pay
ment stopped. Please return or send infor
mation to Lewin Peterson, 3718 Stevens ay.,
. light spots; name on collar H. G. Danz.
Reward If returned to 583 John st.
DOG LOST— A white pointer, liver-col
ored spots. Return to 1019 Pioneer
Press building and get reward.
HEREBY WAKN everybody not to buy
a note given by Edward Duerer to me for
$1,400, payable on or before two years from
Oct. 13, 1893, with interest at 0 per cent per
annum until paid, as the same has been lost
or stolen. Hastings, Oct. :!5, 1693. W. 11.
PLP LOST— A Scotch Collie pup, black
stripes on back. The finder will return
to 52 and 1 4 West Tenth st. and receive re
RING LOST— Near Hastiugs. on morning
of Sept. 12, by dropping from the Bur
lington train, a gentleman's diamond ring.
Full value of the ring will be paid to any one
returning to W. E. Maeraw, Globe counting
room. ' ■_-;■'-. :;
THK PARTY that took those opera
glasses from the Grand Opera House
last evening had better return them, for he is
DHKSS SUIT, nearly new; cheap. Ad-
U dress C 132, Globe.
■T fixtures and furniture used in the Seven
Corners bans, including two cherry roller
top desks; wire railings: the latest improved
Remington Typewriter No. 5, with desk;
letter file, table ana desk; lame directors'
table; seven cherry chairs; Brussels carpet;
Hall's latest improved time-lock, burglar
proof safe; all the fixtures needed for con
ducting a banking business; for sale sepa
rately or together. Call or address William
P. Westfall. Assignee, No. 23 Globe Build
ing. j
Jackson and 14lh st 9. Thompson & Co.
A Madame Ina Walker, "life reader." for
faithful reading of your past, present and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
life by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, $1. 515 Wabasha St., opposite
worth, clairvoyant; business test medi
um; thirty years' experience. 639 Wabasha
St., city. .•■'.-.-?
RS. DE LAITTRE, experienced mas'
sagist. 27 East Seventh st., Parlor 1, first
floor. Hours 10 to 9 daily. -- 1 '
RS. ALICE AUSTIN, clairvoyant.
gives advice on all affairs of life; card
readings. 25 cents. No. 16 West Exchange st.
[I/I RS. M. A. TUSSEY— 624 Wabasha St.—
1"J. Magnetic and massage treatment for
paralytic rheumatism and nervous diseases.
Clairvoyant reader. Call '.I a.m. to Bp. m .
and vapor baths, Room 7, 159 West Sev
enth St., St. rani. Minn.
O toucher wishes to give thorough instruc
tion to a few ladies and gentlemen; will
give entire term; good retoucher-can always
find employment. Address, at once, F 131,
Globe. . ; .".•;-■--; :
and Art. 26 East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar and mandolin taught.
Lessons given in drawing and painting. Call
or send for prospectus.
WANTED— a house and lot on Univer
sity or other late-going car line in ex
change for equity in one or two houses and
lots. G.A. Riuker, corner West fcixtb. and
Seventh sts.
WANT TO TRADE nice house and lot
for five acres land, city limits. Ad
dross S 12ft. Globe.
SHKS— Cash paid for- ashes and dirt
filling; end of Robert street bridge,
West side. American Hoist and Derrick Co.
UOG— to buy a Great Dane or New
foundland dog; answer, giving age and
price: must be cheap. Address T 134. CJlone.
-1»-L tumes, wigs and grease paint. Mrs.
Louisa Neitmann. 56 East Seventh st.
ONE ELEGANT upright Decker Bros
piano, style 16, at about one-half its
value; it has only been used a few months;
must be sold soon.' R. C. Munircr, 107 East
Third st : " .
MMX. M. FAVKE. 622 Wabasha st, an
nounces to the ladies that she will
make stylish dresses from 85 up.
HJi. Tr..Ui'Lt, Do tjerniania Life lnsur
• ance Building, expert aud auditwork
lessons given in ballroom dancing.
Address James Bodka. 522 Cedar.
iiili*| IxcE v ln ] allulacl urer
LIAKO SUPPLIES; Wareroom 405 and 407;
Office and Factory 411 and 413 Fifth avenue
outb, ItiinneapoHs, Minn.
.- — Arrive • . , Depart .
3 :4opm 13:00 am St Paul. I 1 :-spm|. :15pm
4 :20pinp:4J am Minneap'lis| i " pm|-J:'ispm
Wired Lime to Eau Claire, o»iitk.oatu
V .-I and. Milwaukee.
All Trains Run Daily.
\s Co. Trains leave Union Depot City
Office. 364 Robert Street, corner Fifth.
«Daily. tDaily ex. Suud. Leave. Arrive
Fast Express 7:^.>am il:oJpm
tlowa. Mo. & Kansas Ex. .. 7:25 am 11:05pm
♦Dodge Center Local 3:35 pm 10:05 am
♦Chicago Limited 7:30 pm 7 :35 a m;
♦Dcs Moines. St. J. StK. C. 7:30 prqi 7:3 mm '
■JH^^g^^ggJl Leaves Union Depot for
F^lSfvS I Chicago and down-river
Itmiiji] I rives from same points
BSSckb BmH S * '""' ''■ 1U " I-*' I /- Leaves
JK Union Depot for Chicago '
BBS ifj lllD^si a u< i St. Louis, 7 :3t> p. ra.
ffisS&MA&£-g£ Arrives from same points
I Going Away I
4 And dorr want to store your fur- %
i niture for the summer because you \
5 expect to have new furnishings in V
0 the fall ? Good sales and princely p
A prices can be obtained by advef- /$
tlsinic your *
4 Household Furniture. Stoves. *■
> Kitchen Furniture, Ranges, \
i Parlor Furniture, Dishes *L
x Dining Room Furniture, and ' *
5 Bed Room Furniture, Chairs, €'
x Or anything else you want to Bell, by *
P" letting the public Know It through the &
£ Auction Columns of the Globe. >>
E. Italloway, Auctioneer.
ceived, 4.000 yards of line imported
dress goods, also llannel*. blankets, fur
capes, notions, , etc., which I will sell at
public auction commencing Monday morn
ing, Nov. 6, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Number
129 East Seventh st.. next door to Plymouth
clothing house. This sale, will continue
from day to day until all sold. This will be
the great slaughter sale of the season. Tin
goods are all or the finest quality and all
first-class in every raspect, but owing to tin
hard times and the want of ready money
they must be slaughtered under the auction
hammer. All goods warranted as repre
sented or money refunded. Ladies, don'i
miss this sale. You will regret it if you do.
E. Ilolloway, Auctioneer.
BY SPECIAL arrangement the auction
sale of the Dickinson stock in Lowry
Arcade (Fourth street entrance) will be con
tinued for a few days longer.
f^^^^^&X 159 E - ™ vi st-
rfHui^ \ W§ 480; and Unlon
-r-r-i —"IT".."* -Tin Sibley Street, St.
lyf™'"'*?!""* Pan].:
•Rally. tExcept Sun. I Leave I Arrive
tEx. Monday. ?Ex. Sat. | at. P ■»! | St. Pnnl
1 Badger State Express ♦8:00 am t10:35 pm
j Atlantic ifcSouthern Ex t6 :25 *12 :05 pm
North-Western Limited *8:10pm *7:200 m
Marshfield and Wausau. . +3:03 am tlO:3spm
Green Bay. Stevens Point tB.OO am t10:35 pn
Ashlaud.Washb'n. Bay'ld :00 am +5:00 pm
Duluth and Superiors t9 :00 am +s:oopni
Dnluth and Superiors *ll:00pm *6.50 am
Pipestone & Sioux Falls. t7:3sam tfi:lopm
Winuebago & Elmore . t7:3sam +G:lopm
Omaha, St.Joe, Kan. City •7:35 am *7--IO an-
Omaha. St.Joe, Kan. City *7::.5pm *7:4oani
Soo City & Worthington. *7:3. r *6:loprr.
Soo City & Worthinjrton. *7;5.5pm *7:40 an.
Tracy. Watertowu, Huron §7:55 pm $7:40 am
■^^ Minneapolis, St. Paul
fjSg&g & Saiiltjle Marls Ry.
jfcjjggajg^l 398 Hubert St.
- EgjJgßE'' 1 Telephone, 1053.
Leave. St. Paul Union Depot. Arrive.
Atlantic Limited Ve'sti
buled through train, dally,
• •or Escauaba, -:iult me.
Marie, Montreal, Boston,
New York ad all Eastern
6:19 p. m. poi ts ........ . 8:35 a. m.
Pacific Limited Vcstibu'.ed
through train, daily, lor
Valley City, Minot, Van
couver, Seattle, Tacoma,
Portland, fan Francisco
and all Pacific Coast points.
7 :Co p. m. Cliinw.Japan and Australia. 3:1 1 a, ir.
Wis. JJiv., lical. daily ex
cept Sunday, via St. P. & D.
U. K. and Bald Eagle, lor .. .
Turtle Lake, Prentice and i
8;20 a. m. lUiinelander ----- 6:25 p. m.
Broadway Depot.Foot Jtli st V
St Croix Falls Accommo- -
0:00 p. m dation, daily except Sunday 10:10 a, m
. c oo Line Depot, 2d st. and ; ■ '
4th ay. north, Minneapolis.
Minn. Div., local, dully ex
cept Sunday, for Buffalo.
Paynesville, Glenwood and ' ■
8:3?. a. m. Oakea -------- j 6 : 3) p. m
The Dining Car Line to Fargo. Winnipeg
Helena, Butte and the Pacific Northwest..
™- - , St. Paul.
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and - '—
Pacific Coast Trains. Lv. Ar.
Pacific Mail (daily) lor Fargo,
Jamestown, Livingston, Helena,
Butte, Missoula. Spokane. Ta- 4:15 12:11
coma, Seattle and Portland. ... p. m. p.m.
Atlantic Express (daily) from
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Spo
kane and Montana aud North 5:10*
Dakota points. p.m.
Dakota and Manitoba Express
(daily) for Fergus Falls, Wall oe
ton. Crookston, Grand Forks,
Grafton. Winnipeg, Moorhead, 8:00 735
Fareo and Jamestown p. m. a. in.
Fargo local (daily except Sun
day,,for StCloud.Brainerd and 0:09 6:15
Fargo a. m. ip . m
Dakota Express does not run west <>: Fargo Sunl
days. Pullman Sleepers daily between St. Pau,
and Grand Forks.Gralton, Winnipeg, Fergus Falls-
Wahpeton and Fargo. Pullman First-Class add
Tourist Sleepers are run on through Pacific Co:ist
rains. C. £. Sl'ONr:, City Ticket Agent. lßi K:tdt
Third Street St. Paul.
Tinlrafr 00 Kicollet ay., Minneapolis: 195 E. 31 •
litKclO st..St. Paul. Union depots both cities
leave St. Paul Union Depot, j 'akkive.
Willmar.Morris. Brown's
:05 am Valley :Copm
Fergus Falls. Fargo and
bS:3oam Grand Forks :05am
Osseo, Clear water and St.
bS :30 am Cloud... .... b6:Dspm
AnoKa, St. Cloud and
b3:3opm Willmar b 10:35 am
b4 :30 pm Excelsior & Hutchinson. bll:Js am
- Willmar. Sioux Falls,
bS:OS am Yankton, Sioux City.. b7:00 pm
Breck., Fargo, Grand
aG:3opm Forks, Winnipeg..... a7:4Jaru
tOsseo, St. Cioud. Fergus
. Falls, Crookston, G.
Forks, Kalispell, Spo
kane. Seattle, Great
Falls. Helena, Butte
a 7 pm and Pacific Coast alO :30 am
Duluth, West Superior,
Elk River, Milaca,
Hinckley, Princeton.
bl:°"pm §An0ka. ....... b6:s>pm
a. daily; b, except Sunday; §Buffet parlor
carson trains to Dnluth and W. Superior;
Buffet sleepers. {Dining and Buffet cars,
palace sleepers, tourist cars.
ife^^ Ticket Offices: Robert
f*r ■'*6o^»^ w street, corner Fifth, and
% Ticket Offices'. rS*
street, corner Fifth, aud
Union Depot, St. PauU
i^°^XPAl/l' J •Daily. ' tEx. Sunday.
/ Alonday.J.x. Saturday
: ' ' ; Le. -St. Paul— Ar.
Chicago i,... • ... r>.-- . --.' \ „ r: »■ v.a
Chicago .Ml nlic ' express *-2b~>\> iu|*l2:lO pin
Chicago ■•' Fast .Mstil" . . *<;•.>•"> m *i:lspna
Chicago - Vesiil'Ule" Lira *8:lti p m *7u*J nj
Chicago via Austin aud l)u
--buque .- }4:topm Jlo:3o am
Dubuque via La Crosse _._. 0"> a iv 110:13 p in
Et. Louis and Kansas City,. ■ *ts3a m *6:lo p m
Cnliiu'r and Davenport ..' 1B:55 a m t»--2i P">
: Milbank and Aberdeen iS:« am tßriJ pm
MilUank and Aberdeea ....'■■- -'ISiiui 7-l■ a m
Minneapolis trains -leave *7:J.>. t\ a. m.,
•12:15, *3, *v:33 and +10:50 p. m. - ..
for detail information call at- ticket otlicei

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