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WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/1 the Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
<»lobe, at the Same Kat,es as
Charged by the Main Office:
( OK. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
I. Jurgeson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND KEANEV ST.
Jl. &.G. A. Schuiuacber. Drug Store.
154 PAYNE AVENUE.
/.Kormaxm Grocery Store
COR. BURR AND MINNEIiAHA
OT'J EAST THIRD STREET.
J. C. Vender Bie.lce Cream & Confectionery
•555 EAST SEVENTH ST..
1 1 mlii:e Pharmaoy... Drugstore
7£O SN ELLING AVENUE.
William K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIULEV.
Joseph Argay Drugs re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
li.D. Merrill News Stand
?i Kit It IAH PARK.
A. L Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store
tELBY AND WE&TERN AYS.
Straight Bros Drugstore
EOKLO AND GROTTO STS.
A. A. Campbell .... ...Drugstore
•_■:;"- RONDO STREET.
C. A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE BTB.
A.T. Guernsey .. Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
I. y.tCiudden Confectioner
41H, RICE STREET.
CMOS I AUK.
<:. A. >;■!:<!•>•, Cigars »nd Tobacco
UKl\ hi.si 1 V AND PlilOß AYS.
. 11. Reeves Drugstore
y.OORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Belter Colonnade Drugstore
bT. PETER and TEKTUbTS.
1. J. Wit to " Drugstore
itO MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
TV . E. Lowe Drug Stora
HUBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
E. T. Wincott A Co Drugstore
COR. RICE AM) IGLEIIART.
WEST tEVEKTH STREET.
/.iG. A. Schumacher Drugstore
499 WEST SEVENTH ST.
I. J. Muller j DrugSto'
LOR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
B. ROBERT AM) FAIRFIELD AY.
C.T.Dunn Cigar and Newsstand
425 S. ROBERT STREET.
Geotg* Marti .... Drugstore
h. WABABHA AND FAIEFIELD AY.
O. Demo a , Barber Shop
227 E. FAIR FIELD AY.
inccid Street Prescription l>tng Otore
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A. 1 Ha 11....". Drugstore
COIiNEH S. WABJ&BILAXD ISABEL.
AOKNTS— Wanted, agents for Bankers'
Life association,St P»\nl,Miun. : stronßest
borne company furuiKhing guaranteed 1 pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. Peul'aud throughout Minnesota
Write for ageuoy. -
AGIBMTH wanton to sell our oils; large
commissions paid. The A. K. Tinimlui
Oil Company. Cle^land. O.
A— TIIOKOIGHI.V experienced sales
• men to aeil our higb-grud? lubricating
oils, (J;rea^es, and famous Ginnt Boiler Com
pound: litei.nl terms to a rirst-cUss num.
Equitable Ketinii.g Company. Cleveland. O.
UAKIiER waned at 145 East Fifth su
Bl l'clir, 8 —Wanted, butchers, shopman
and smij-ase maKer: state experience,
wages expected Address 416 Tenth ay.
south, Crd'/ens, Minneapolis.
C^ANVAs.-sKK — Wanted, lirst-class can
' vaster for a first-class book. Address,
with references. North Star Specialty Co.,
P. (). Box 4^;t. Minneupolls. Minn.
MAN* HUH TKAM to lake orders and
-'■'■I deliver meat on commission. Old
Market House, Stall 3.
PHYSICIAN— Wanted, n physician to
take charge of the family and hospita
practice in Minneapolis; one about forty-five
to fifty years old preferred: must have best of
references. Apply by letter, stating salary
expected, to George W. Knapp. care of this
•PWENTY-FIVE MEN for railroad work
J- iw>\t city: station work at good prices.
Harris & Co.. SiTi Jackson.
W 'V>TliD—Young people to learn teleg
»» rapiiy, shorthand, bookkeeping, etc.:
btudents can e&rn board; night school four
uiKhts weekly. Globe Business College, En
V\7 ANTEI>— If you are a Catholic, unenii
»» ployed, ana will work for 518 pet
week, write WacCouneil Bro».. 11 Franklin
St., "Boston, Mass.
ITTAtTOBtt— Active men in small towns;
» » $ T5 per month can be made, and will
prorett; we furnish samples free; write us;
we will explain. Address Box 58'jii, Boston.
UfJkSTk.U —Barbef with cash to buy a
first-class three-chair baruer suop. L
DIKIXU ROOM U1..1, wanted for En
berlin. >. D.; good wages; call at once.
518 Minnesota ■'.
HAIRDRESSER - Wanted, first-class
hairdresser. Cali -*ji Merrill Block,
HDtSEWOKX- Wanted, a srood girl for
Keuerul housework. Apply at liW Sher
HOUSI^WOiJiv— Good girl lor general
housework. CM Lincoln ay.
Ho US KWOKK- Girl wanted for general
fiousework. 233 Smith ay.
Tl7AHTM*—Bright young lady to reore
»" sent us; no canvassing or peddling;
permanent position. Address G 17. Globe.
U* ANTr.D — At Twiu City employment
office, srood cook, for private family.
424 Wabasha st.
WAMKL 1-Ladies to write at home. S2O
weekly: inclose stamp. Louise s>niith,
BOAKD— Nicely furnished front room,
with board, facing Central park. 820
Central Park place east.
BOARD— Pleasant, furnished, steara-h3at
ed rooms, single or en suite, with board:
terms reasonable. lf;t> College ay.
BOAKD— Two gentlemen enn secure board
and room in strictly private family. 50b
BOARD— Two nicely furnished 'room?,
one south, suitable for one or two gentle
men: ti o'clock dinner; steam beat. 20 Sum
BOAKD— Table board. 52.75; also roomers
wanted at £90 Thirteenth st.
BOARD— Nicely furnished room with
liiVfi'laj-s board; terms reasonable
West Kif:h st.
BOARD- Suite of three large rooms, partly
furnished, with board; fine location,
nearSeJby cable. 153 Nina avenue.
BOARD — Nicely furnished rooms; table
boarders accommodated. 52^ Cedar st»
"THh MIXK4I"-Pleasaiit rooms, with
X board; centrally located for business
peor le. 162 College ay., corner Sixth.
Iti:A3. ESTATE FOR SALE.
l^O It SALIi OK EXCHANGE - Two
1 houses and lots in St. Paul Park, beside
statiou, for Cbicas 1 property. Address M
Cunningham. 215 Madison st.. Chicago. 111.
P AIOIS FOR KENT in Sherbourne
-I- county, Minnesota: one mile from rail
road statiou, and forty miles from St. Paul.
J. Zimmerman. Sales Stable, llti Fifth street
nKUG STORE in a splendid location for
•L f sale at a bargain; other business the
reason for selling. G 7s. Globe.
WANTED— Party with §2,51)0 cash to act
» » as treasurer of first-class traveling
theatrical combination, how organizing;
salary 523 per week; the play is a money
maker; a snap; investigate. " Address X 100,
Af\ PER CKNT average weekly profits ou
rt*J Sl5O invested. Prospectus, itemized
statistics free. Benson & Dwyer, 834 Broad
way. New York. - -
• ■ IAA*CXAL.
BANK STOCKS a specialty; bonds, com
mercial paper, mortgages, securities
bought and sold, George W. Jenks, Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building. Mitineattolii. ' .
jITONKY ON HAND to loan on city prop
"A erty and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moritz, luta Pioneer Press.
M u*'-' i A9i «^ onlife insurance ap
iciei; or bonght. L P. Van Normau
Cl (iuarniUT Loan Building. 3Hinneapoli»
Sh^OM WANTED to borrow on good
•I *J\JKJ real estate security. Address of
fers to B 12, Globe.
Cf»n TO $."00 short-time, loans procured
•~>tJ\J on personal property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
BAISY CARRIAGES—2S, baby carriages
to be sold out at less than cost. 45«
W abash a.
1 msu SETTER-Well trained for chick
i- ens and good retriever. Address JB 79,
STOVES— 100 stoves, to close out stock at
once, at cost or less. 4.M) Wabasha.
WASTED TO BUY.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS— We will pay the
highest cash price tor good second-hand
household goods; we" want no trash. -'Ryan
Furniture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
Steam SHOVKI.-Wantcd. to buy a sec
ond-baud steam shovel; Lancaster pre
ferred. William Irle, Portland. Or.
D EMINGTON TYPKWKITKIiS — AI
IV ways the standard of comparißon, al
ways the best ana always have the latest im
provements. Typewriter paper and »nppliet
or all kinds. .Machines for rent. Wyckolf
i"'anin:!« A Benedict. U4 East Fourth »t.
CO llliYS a simple, practical dishwashing
«jJ>O machine. No more wet band* or bro
ken dishes. Sue it in operation. 3','f. Robert
Room 7. Northwestern Dißhwater Conikany.
Aneots wanted. •. -• ■ -
THE PAINT PAUL J)AILY GLOBE: ~ IVX PDAY - WOENiJre;.NOVEMBER- 6 Jiooi.
HIS LITTLE IDEA.
Mrs. Boss (at the door) —John is a dear g-ood man. He sits
with his back to the typewriter.
But then, you see, they had lean-back chairs.
\ PPRENTICE-A gentleman wishes a
-Tl. position witn a first-class barber to learn
the trade. B TO, Globe.
BOYS FOR PI.ACI>, places for boys
employment bnreaH for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Ciub R00rn.313 Wabasha »t.: open
from II to 12 a. m.. and from Iv> p. m.
COLLECTOR— Wanted, situation as col
lector, or office work of auy kind, by
young man of twenty-two; A 1 references;
must have work; salary no object. J. M. P.,
'diki Erie st., city.
pOAt'HMAN — Situation as coachman;
v^ first-class care of horses; good city refer
ences. A, >*.. 232 Rice st.
pOACHMAN-Can take care of steam
plant and can do all kiuds of work
around house; can give good city reference.
Address Peter Key. 261 East Niuth st.
Ci liKßK—Wanted, situation iv either a
' wholesale or retail house or office, where
there is an opportunity to learn the business,
by young man axed nineteen; good penman;
can furnish best of references. Address H.,
No. 231 East University ay.
pLtKK-Wanted, situation as clerk in
store; four years' experience in tea and
coffee business: can furnish A No. 1 refer
euce. S 12, Globe.
DKIVEK wauts work driving a delivery
wagon, or work around somj store; very
useful around horses; a first-;lass deliverer,
and well acquainted in the city. Address
Driver, 450 East Sixth st.
EMPLOYMENT— A strong boy.seventeen
years old. wants work of any kind. Call
or address \V. D. 8., No. SO East Eleventh st.,
corner Minnesota st.
FIREMAN— Situation wanted to take care
of furnaces for the winter by a nrst-class
firemnu. Please call 427 Selby ay.
pNGlNKKß—Situation warned by a young
J~J man as assistant engineer; can do anv
thiug in the plumbing line. Address 'dill
T^MPLOYMKNT-Position of any kind
-Li wanted by a young man; is well ac
quainted in city, and has the best of city ref
erences. Address C. J.. 41SSuperior st. city.
MAN AND WlFfc want situation; city,
farm. 9 Douglas Bt.
DKiNTKR—Good all-around printer for
X country office wants steady work; refer
ences furnished. Address F. G. Hall. Gay
SOLICITOR — Reliable, energetic man,
with large experience in Twin Cities as
solicitor, salesman and collector, seeks em
ployment; highest city references: will work
for small pay. I. N., 235V2 West Third St., St.
SITUATION-Young man wants situation
O in some firm where he can have an in
terest in the business; references. T6. Globe.
OTENOGRAPHER —An experienced
O male stenographer wants work; has a
gair knowledge of bookkeeping; can furuish
good references and will work for moderate
salary. Address 61 East Eleventh St., St.
WOKK FOR BOARD-A young man
wants to work for board and go to
school. 11. M.. C4l Endicott Building.
WOKK wanted of any nature by willing
young man of twenty-two; wate.s no
object, as I must have work; lirxt-oiass ref
erences. J. M. P.. :«3 Erie st . city.
A— AT S. I>OCISb PKESBKEY'S em
• ployment office, first-class domestic
help: orders promptly filled. £4- Minnesota
St.. near High school. Telephone 577.
DRESSMAKKK who is competent
would like a few engagements in fami
lies. Address M BS, Globe.
DOOKKEEPBR-Young Kirl desires posi-
JJ tion as bookkeeper, cashier or salesiady,
in or out of town. Address L 55, Globe.
/""iLEKK— Young man nineteen years old
v> would like a position in some office or
store as clerk or collector: can furnish ref
erences. Address VV 67. Globe.
Cv.)OK— Experienced lady cooK would like
' a situation in hotel or restaurant: city or
country, G. R., Box 21, North Menomouee.
COOK— First-class cook, understands all
branches of cooking, wants situation;
rirst-clßss city reference. H. P., 405 Kice st.
l-iRKSsrviAKING at 'it East Seventh St.,
X-f Room 7; workiDg girls' dresses made for
§3: good fit guaranteed. Mrs. Hoist.
DRESSMAKER — A competent dress
maker would like to go out sewing in
families. Address L 63, Globe.
TVSESSM AKKIt — A first class dress
*-* maker, fitter and desig ner. makes over
equal to new. would like a few more cus
tomers; perfection in fit and finish.' 521
nKE<«!iMAKER-Oood dressmaker, all
JL/ the latest styles, will go out in families,
day or week; best city references. A6l,
DKKS* M A&iJN'G -An experienced dress
maker wants sewing by the day iv fam
ilies. Call or address 215 Rondo it. '
HOIJSEKKKPBR— Refined German lady
would like to manage a household; f.
music*!; references exchanged. Z 10, Globes
HolsjU.Jj.EPEi; — Wanted, a position as
managing housekeeper by a young
widow. Address V 8:i, Globe.
I l ouskreefkr — Position as house-
II keeper or nurse by widow lady aged
forty-five. Address 7, 18. Globe.
rjot'KtKKICPKK-KnKlish lady with two
il children, six and three years, wants
position as housekeeper in -country; good
homo the main object. Address G. L., 893
Kast Sevomh «t.. Kt. Paul. —-- -- ".' . * vrr
HutJSETVOKK— Vented, Work in a small
private family. Sa.' Hi East it vontb si.
HOUSfcWORK-A Swede girl warns to do
general housework in a small lamily;
has experience. Call or address 27:' Rice tit.
HOUSEWORK— A young lady would like
a good, comfortable home for the win
ter; more convenience than wages. Address
421 Martin st.
II OUSEWOKK-A reliable girl wautssee-
Ll oud work or housemaid in grown-up
family. Call or adiiress 139 East Tenth st. '
HOL TSEWOU-\—Youug woman desires. a
ulace to doligbt work; home more ob
ject than wages; centrally located prefer
able. Address T 7, Giobe.
I AINURESS — A iirst-class laundrejw
l-J would like rough-dry washing at 25
cents dozen: clothes called tor and deli?
ered. Address Laundress, 456 East Sixth srt.
VURSK- An experienced nurse would
l^l like a situation; good city reference
Address 142 Rondo.
IVT UKSE— Wanted by an experienced woro
i-^ an able to furnish excellent reference,
place to care for a baby, ay Summit, corner
OFFICE WORK—Youug married man
wfio has had some experience in gen
eral office work and bookkeeping, and is
also a stenographer, desires employment
with some first-class firm with a chance of
a permanent bitnutiou and advancement;
best of references: salary uot an important
factor in the beginning. T io. Globe."
OFFICE WORK.—Aa experienced youug
lady would like a position in dental
office: best of references. Address F. R.,
SEWING— Wanted, family sewing by good
sewing woman. Mrs. Frainritou. 586
Rice st. |
SEWING wanted in good family; object,
home. Address P SI. Globe.
SECOND WOKK—Wanted, a situation as
second v.ork by experienced girl; can
furnish best of reference; would like a per
manent place. Address B 11. Globe.
WANTED— Position as teacher of teleg
raphy, or as assistant in an office. Ad
dress K. 60. Globe.
WASHING— A lady would like to take in
washing and ironing at home. 386
WASHING— A lady like to take washing
and ironing bom*. Call 348 Summit
WASHING— Wanted, washing, to go out
by the day Call IS9 Iglehart st.
X\l ASHING—Woman would iike to go out
washing, ironing and housecleaaing.
Call at Ml St. Peter St., at Restaurant.
WASHING— A woman would like to go
out washiug aud take in washing. Ad
dress 53H Edmund st.
ROBERT 1.. WIHZVK,
Agent For Care of Property.
HIAWHATTAJI ISI 31 I>l^4.
J. W. >ii« parti, 04 East 4th St.
RfcXTS HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES
acts us owners' agent collects rents';
steam-heated apartment* for 320, $23, 53t> and
%i' : reduced rental.
HOUSE— For rent, brick house 46 ftest
Delos st.; seven rooms; modern im
provements; nice location. Inquire next
OUNE-$i4.00-Warm six-room house;
hot and cola water and storm sash.
Call 260 Charles st. '
AYI.OK'S HUNTING . AGENCS i**.
X GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHAKOEOr HENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. "
fg'f Rooms. .. .. ' .-«
—HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentl*
• men only; fifty modern •toam-heated
rooms by day, week or month. : '
ASK through the Glabe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you. — . J• •-
CAPITOL HOTKL—4SSV2 Wabasha St.—
Furnished rooms, with steam heat; with
or without board.
OLEASANT AY., 878-Two front rooms,
■L connected; also one single room; closets.
heat, gas and use of bath; rent reasonable;
private family. ~ •"■Vj
SEVENTH ST., 415, EAST—Mr». Oakes—
i~> A few pleasant rooms, en suite or single,
furnished or unfurnished also rooms for
housekeeping; ail newly papered.
UTOPIA— st. Peter —Front rooms,
\J steam-heated, with or without board.
ABASHA 8 i-., 424-Nlcely furnished
rooms and rooms suitable for business
offices. ■ ... ' . ... , :.-,
ABASHA ST.. 52aVi-Corner Tenth-
Furnished rooms for rent; place quiet.
LM.AT of seven rooms, first floor; modern
-L improvements, storm windows. 170 West
Ninth. Apply la rear house. ■-■ '
Stores, '.... ;.,.
Si'OHu; FOR BKNT-Good corner stor*
*J for any kind of business: good location.
with living rooms. 651 Canada. ...
itliscollaneo'us. ' •• ••
BAKN with three stalls, city water and
. TWjr warm, tor rant. 506 Jackson Mk.*t-
*<1» ' -AUCTION * 4 !.!■>. .-• .
Karnaugh die Johmtoo, Aurtion
,'.•'"' • - - eerw. ■
THii most important sale for the artistic
a» housewife ever held in Hie history of St.
I'A'M is now going on in the closing-out male
pi the C, O. Kice &Co stock. In this stocK
'trill'be-found a magnificent line of Koyal
« ilton CHrpets. Axmiusters, Body Brussels
-and Ingrains; a tine line of artistic furni
ture, beautiful silks and tapestries and a
jtwirge assortment of Nottingham. Irish point.
Swiss and Brussels lace curtains, all at auc
tion regardless of values. If you are intert
e.<ted In bargains, attend this most importau
sale. Kavanagh & Johnson. Auctioneers.
AUCTION— a. S. Weller. the Seventh st.
installment jeweler. 23 East Sev
enth st. between Cedar and Wabasha,. con
tinues to sell watches, jewely and clocks at
auction; sales daily. 10:30 a. m.. 2:31 and
7:30 p. m.; all ladies attending our Hales are
given a ticket free, which entitles the holder
to a chance at the free drawing for a gold
watch, to bo given away Friday. Nov. 9.
HU SKM>S PERVQAAIS.
AUK YUU IN TROUBL.K ? — Consult
Madame Ina Walker, 'life reader," for
faithtul 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. 503. Wsibastia st., opposite
capitol. " " ■'
ASK tnrough the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will briug results, or your mouey
will be returned to you. ,'- ?T r.'
MASBAUIST— Miss Eastman.eiperieuced
massagist, treats daily and evenings.
430 Wabasha St.. Room 15.
jVIMK. ST. JOHNS, clairvoyant, massage
1"A and magnetic healer; tests, 25 cents.
I'M West Fourth St. ■
MKS. aIICK F. BAGNKUL, 159 West
!"-»• Seventh st.; massage and vapor baths.
MKS. DR. KKAKDON & CO.-Newly
furnished apartments, steam heated,
rooms 304 to 307, 34 Kast seventh. Lumber
Exchange. Baths. Turkish, vapor and eleo
tnc. Massage a specialty. Hours, 9a. m. to
IIKS.DK. WILLIAM, clairvoyant and
■i-'-l- massagist, here for short time only. No.
8 ' East Elevemh st.
MKS. UK. CLAYTON, the world re
nowned second sight seer, can be con
sulted on all affairs of life; tells truthfulness
of friends, lost or stolen property; helps all
who are in trouble; gives advice in love nf
fairs; restores lost affections; brings the sep
arated together. If you are confronted by
any difficulty, consult Mrs. Dr. Clayton, in
person or by letter; send stamp for circular.
Office. 143 West Fourth st., St. Paul, Minu.
MKS. LKWlS^Experlenced massaglst;
treats daily and eveniuirs. Parlors 29
and 30, 35 Kast Seventh st , second floor.
MADA.HK TfcITSWORTU, reliable
prophetic Test and Healing Medium:
3» years' experience. 13 Eighth st., St. Paul.
*"*• M. A. iTIttMUiJT] BAHKALUD
■ITJ. 024 Wabasha St.—Magnetic and massage
treatment for paralytic, rheum atism and
nervous diseagei: also bath* « a.m. to > v.m
9& TO EXCHANGE. *
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
-TL Wants, and It will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you. - . ■
NEW goods for sec'd-hand.Ryan Furniture
-L T end Exchange C 0... 142 and 144 E. 7th s
TO hXCHANGE-A new folding bed for
. a self-feeding coal stove. Address B
55, Globe. . .'- .
TO EXCHANGE— Farm lands and city
rA -. property to exchange for stocks or mer
chandise. Address C. Bclander, Little Falls.
Minn. ■:',. .. . . '■ . < a - .-.
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OIT MUSIC
and Art, 36 East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, gnitar, banjo aud mandolin
laught. Lessons given in drawing and paint
ing. Call or send lor prospectus
THE MOZZARA PRIVATE DANCING
Acadomy, 620 Central Park Place East-
Society aud ftage dancing taught; ladies'
class, Wednesday, 3 p. m.; assembly, Thurs
day evening: juvenile class, Saturday. XI a.
m. and 3p. m.; terms reasonable.
ASK tnrough the Globe's Guaranteed
Wauis. and it will be given. An ad on
this page will briug resultp, or your money
will be returned to you.
KAVfc your "Want" with the nearest
Globe agent. See fist on this page.
KAHLKRT A MINTEL, — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. 344 East Seventh.
ASK through- the Globes Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
HM. 'J-EMFLK—Public Accountant and
• Auditor. Germauia Life Bide.. st.Paul.
LOST AND FOUND.
COAT LOST — Between Schuneman &
Evans" and Rice and Iglenart. lady's
coat partly made. Return to Globe office and
DKKSs LOST-Between Seven corneri
and Dayton ay. on Third st.. white box
containing white silk dress. Plea6e return to
St. Paul Dye House. I*B West Third, and re
FOX PITCH AND GRAVEL rooting
and repairing see St. Paul Roofing. Cor
nice & Ornament Co., south cud Wabasha st.
HORSES AHI> CARRI4GES.
AUCTION SALK of hf^ivy logging
horses, farm mares and JUvers, at the
Midway Horse Market. Thursday.
A. li. BSE,Manufacturer aulDjiU; la
j^^^^l^-w?^ B * »jwk^bbßmc?BSJSj9S^*s
Importers of Billiard Cloth and Supplies.
Altering and repairing done on Snort Notice.
Second-hand tables bought and sold. 220
East seventh Street, St. Paul, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
-District Court, Second Judi
Parwell, Ozmun, Kirk A 'Co., a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. S. F. Siurte.vant Company, a
foreign corporation, defendant.
The State of Minnesota to the above-named
£ You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the
above-entitled action, which said complaint
is on tile in the office of the Clerk of the said
Court, at his office, In St. Paul, Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to said
complaint upon the subscribers, at their
office, in the City of St. Paul, Ramsey Coun
ty, Minnesota, within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
take judgment against you for the sum of
S&Rlu. with Interest' thereon from Jan. 1.
1893, at the r«u> of per, cent per annum, to
gether with the costs and disbursements of
tfaisnetion. A. J. & J. P. GALBRAITH.
PlaiutiTi Attorneys, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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