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C-[TR A"DE S [° $ o)COUNCjLp
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mO MAMS BY MAIJj.
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ter. Nothing less ifcau 15 cents. Adver
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■bail to the Globe, Boeonii»anled by remit
ictte at atove rate, will Le invariably in
liiiiu the following rooming.

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WANTS CAN BE LEFT
fit the Following locations fop
.Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe, at t!ie Same Kates as
Charged by the -Main Oflice:
1 ~ =r— =
ARLINGTON KILLS.
C.i; Msrelius Drugstore
( OIL BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
E. Jurgeson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND UEAKEY ST,
/>.. & G. A. Schumacher. Drug Store
104 PAY:. L A V EN UK. ......
/.Kormann. Grocery Store
COR. BURR AND M INN EH AH A
» —
DATTOIPB BLIFF.
EeverWestby Drug Store
OTi- EASTTiIIKD STREET.
I. C. Var.der Bie.lce CrfMm & Confectionery
5£5 EAST SEVENTH ST.
*> .
.
BAHUKB.
Ern.liue Pharmacy. Drugstore
7LO SNELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SJBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug S re
CORKER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
&.D. Merrill News Stand
442 BROADWAY.
ITIEKRIAPI PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drugstore
BT. ANTHONY AM) PKIOK A VS.
ST. AMHOKY HIIiL,.
V.". A. Frost &Co Drug Store
tELBY AND WESTERN AYS.
Straight Bros Drug Store
RONDO AND GUOTTOSTS.
A. Campbell ..... Drugstore
235 BON DO STREET.
C. A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
A.T.Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STKEET.
3.-McC'rudden Confectioner
4S(; BICE STREET.
.... —,—_ _
UWIOM PARK.
C. A. IToncbow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND 1 iilOR AYS.
Pll'Fl'fe TOWN. Drugstore
Reeves... Drugstore
KOOBE BLOCK, SEVEK COBNEK&.
C. T. Boiler Colonnade Drugstore
bT. PETEH aid TENTH STS.

13. J. Wllte Drugstore
IfcC MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
T. .K. Lowe.... ; ...I Drugstore
i < BEET AND TWELFTH STREETS.
It.T. VVincbtt&Co .... ....Drugstore
CGR.HICE AM) IGLEIIART.
ttIi^TSIVKNTII STREET.
A. L G. A. Schumacher...... Drugstore
4C9 \\ EST SEVEKTH-ST.
1. .\Muller DrugSto'
■ ( (■};. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
p— -
WEST SIDE. ■
QLc-'Ecllpre I'rug Slate
>. I.OUEIiT AMD FAiRFIELD AY.
Daiiii Cignr and Newsstand
4'Ai S. ROBERT STREET.
Ceo!!( Marti Drugstore
.VV A i.A Sl! A AND FAIRFIELD AY.
■©.r<?n:e ? Barbershop
: •■- ■ E. FAIR'FIELD AY.
Kccrd Street Prescription Dru; Sto re
« ' i.:■• bit SsTATE AND CONCORD.
A-'1 ■ '"'!'■ Drugstore
<.(./!.:« Xi; s. V\ ABAS HA AND ISABEL. ]
Aanfoiiiic^oi TS.
U,"K LKNU WORK MOMKV »>N
clothius niid furs than any one in the
boslneaa. No Ml hast Sixth st.; Hymau Ke
fcrc'.son. oM'nsiio Meiropoliian opera Hou*e.
SIT I AHO^S «Fn:isi:i>.
n»i«M. *
AOIOVi Wanted, agents for Bankers'
Lifeossecl«Uon,bt. rani.Minn.: stronsent
home company furnishing ''tiiiaramced •pro
tection Ht lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota
Write for aceoey. -
HAiiBKR- Fin»t-('lae» barter wanted. 44t>
MJ JflcKson St.
BOY— anted, a smart, bright boy about
sixteen: we want him to put up stock
in cloak department, a.«id there is no use ap
plying without <tood recommendation. Cull
Thuisday between 8 and »a. in. at Hansom
& liortoirs, JO East SUth si.
GANVASSBK— first-class can-
V- vasser for a first-clnss book. Address,
with references. Nona Star specialty Co.,
P. O. Box ;4 , .Minneapolis. Minn.
ESUkUit.TIV MXX. investigate what you
caa earn br sel.'i ns oils nnd on
commission for the Northern Kemuui; com
pany, Clevelana. o.
SAI.KSMKN— Two traveling s-hoe sales
men win ted. with established trade in
Minnesota and Uukoias, for a manufacturing
and jobbing house in .Minnesota; must be
first-class and experienced or no need to
aprt'.y. Addr. ss, with full particulars. V 15,
Globe. .
Hi/ ANTKO—Active men in small towns;
»V S?5 per montii can be made, and will
prove it; we furnish samples free; write us;
we will explain. Address Box S&i, Boston.
Mass.
I'l !■■!< .
CAiiFKT SKW.-.K.s — Wanted, carpet
sewers; none but experienced need
appiv. The Palace Furniture Company.
(^A^H ..i —Wanted, lady as cashier and
' assistant bookkeeper in grocery store.
Address <; Is. Globe.
Co >X— Girl wanted who knows how to
-■' cook. 188 Mniih ay.. corner Third.
pHAJlBhiiMAii) — Wanted. German
girl for chnmberwork. Minnesota
Home. \!&l East '1 liird M.
HOL"Sr.\VOKK—W. uited, a good girl for
general housework. Apply at l'Ju Sher
burno.
hoi^fcWO.K — wanted for general
*-» housework. .33 Smith ay.
KrrC.-fc.Hi WtihE - Wanted, girl for
kitchen work in small family: must be
n rood couk. tiT6 Dayton ay.
YV A*T*;l>— Lail >' of good address; Mlary
' * i'6o per mo..tu. Call on George Cliue,
&i! Cedar st.
IV" A.NTKD-Everv indy in Si. Paui to call
** at Shuit/.!- millinery, 4.-' and 410 WaDa
sha st. for free trial of the finest ureparation
forte compk-xiou ever introduced in St.
Pani, ail tb:.s week.
IBISMJES»S PERSONALS.
AKf. Vv;U IN TKOtJlll.ii • — Consult
Madame Ina Walker, '"life reader," tor
faithful reading of your past, present and
futute; she will guide you in all affairs of
life by a power higher "than human: corre
spondence confidential; ladies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, St. 50j Wabasha St., opposite
capitol.
ASK tnrough the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, Hud it will be given. An art on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
MASS AGlsT— Miss Easimun,experienced
i»x massagist. treats daily and evenings.
430 Wabiishn st.. Room 15.
ft,T."il«:. ST. ,Jim>», clairvoyant, massage
j-TJ. and magnetic healer; tests, id cents
I3U 'Vest Fourth st.
MX*. Ai,ICK F. BAGKKI.L, 150 West
■ITX Seventh st. : masscgo and vapor baths.
MKS. DH. KrAKDON & C '.-Newly
famished apartmet>ts. steam heated,
rooms 3 4 to :i >„ ;^4 Eust seventh. Lumber
Exchange. Batba. Turkish, vapor and elec
tric. Massage a specialty. Hours, Da. in. to
i> p. m.
Mas. LfcWiS— Experienced srassagist;
trer.is dfiiiy and eveniuss. Partora iy
and 3j, ■;."■ East Seventh st , second Uoor.
MA DA.H E TilfS W ORTU, re Ii able
prophetic Test and Healing Medium:
3 years' experience. 13 Eighth st.. St. Paul.
MKS. If. A. (iXbSKT) BAKSALUU
u'-t Wabnsha St.—Magnetic and .nassnge
treatment for paralytic, rheumatism and
nervous di*«.-asc»: alsn ba'ln ■ am to ■ n.m
HOARD OFFERED.
BOAKU —Nicely furnished room, with
first-class board; terms reasonable. 2do
West HJth st.
BOAKD— Uooms. hinale or en suite, with
excellent bourd. tine location near telby
cable. X.5 Nina ay.
BOA Kl>—Pleasant, furnished, steam-heat
ed rooms fiugle or en suite, with board:
terms reasonable. lGti Coltege ay
(*rpHfS MINER-P leasant rooms, with
■i- board; centrally located for business
people. IC2 College ay., corner Sixth.
REAL ESTATE for SALE.
Suburban.
FARMS FOX kekt m Sherbourne
■I- county, Minnesota: one nillo from rail
road station, and forty miles from St Par.i
J. Zimmerman. Sales Stable, liii Fifth street
south, Minneapolis.
■BITSIKESS chahcej*.
Tj"'OK SALE— A first-class machine, insur
■»- ance. musical instrument business, with
large warehouse, and test location in the
state: will sell half or whole interest. Ad
dress Q 08, Globe.
WASTI'.I)-A partner with $2,000, to join
advertiser in a first-class saloon; big
money to be made. L 59. Globe.
A f\ PKK CiSKT average weekly profits ou
I*J SioO invested. Prospectus, itemized
statistics free. Benson & Dwyer, £34 Broad
way. New York. ■^
IIAAXCIAL.
L>AJ»K STOCKS a epecialty: bonds, com-
XJ mercial paper, mortgages, securities
bought «nd sold. «eor*e W. Jenks, invesi
n:eui Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Buildintr. Minneapolis.
IVjONi.i' ON HAKS to loan ou city prop
LT.L crty and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moritz, !■>;.< Pioneer Press.
M *>>*•,! i.*. si. is. t , en life lu&uraue« ap
' 'ides; or Lou«ht L. Y. Van >ormau
Cl Guaranty Loan Building. 11Inueapoli«.
CAfjTO $-00 f-hort-time loans procured
*&*J\J on persona) property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building.
FOR SALE.
BABYCAKHIAGES-25 baby carriages
to be sold out at lesi than cost. 4ju
Waba?ti;i.
IKISH SKTTKK—WeII trained for chick-
A ens and good retriever. Address E 79.
Globe.
Stovks— 100 stoves, to close out stock at
onoe. at cott wr Iprs. 4.0 Wabanha.
WASTED TO BUY.
HOISiIHOLU GOODS-We will pay the
J-J. highest cash price tor good second-hand'
household goods; we want no trash. Rvaui
Furniture and Exchange C 0.,142 and 144 East
Seventh st.
PIANO— Wanted, to buy Sleiuway or;
Knabe or Checkering baby grand piano.
Addreegß C 74. Globe. I
TTrKWBITEiBS. j
p KMINUTON TVPICWBITKKB - Al-:
XV ways the standard of comparison, al
wayi the best and aiwuys have ihe latest im
provements. Typewriter paper and *nppli« '
of all kinds, Aiaehines tor real. Wyckotf '
fceauiaiis A Benedict, v* £aat Fourth, it. '■
THE SAJNT PAUL J3AJLY GtOß^: THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER '- 8. ■ jiii.
SITUATIONS WAI%TCI>
31ai«».
AI'PKKNTICK- A gentl.man wishes a
position with a first-cUss barber to Jearn
the trade. R 76. Globe.
B. KBKK— First-class barber wants work
in a small town; steady; state waires.
Wilson L' 6, tllobe, St. Paul.
Boih iok Fl«.VC|*a«, placet for boys
employment bureau for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Club Kooin.:sn Wabasha Rt.; open
from ,1 to I.' a. m.. and from . t • . p. m.
BOOKKICHI'KK-- Wanted, by a young
■ roan, a position as bookkeeper, situation
in a bank preferred: can give references as
to character and ability. Address Box 5J7,
New rim, Minn.
CiOL.L.t£CT<>*c— Wanted, bit nation as col-
J lector, or office work of liny kind. l>y
younjc man of twenty-two; A i references';
must have wort; salary no object. J. M. P.,
;ij;j Krit! St., ci:y.
Cv»aciima\ — situation hs coachman;
> tiist-eluss care of horses; yojd city refer
ences. A N.. 2iyi ii-.ce st.
C^OACHMAN-Can take care of steam
v-7- Hunt and can do nil kinds of work
■round house; can give good ciiv reference.
Address Peter Key. -Mi East Ninth st
CiKJ.ItK— Wanted, situation in either a
J w hoiesale or retail boom or office, where
there is an opportunity to learn the business,
by \oung man as>ed nineteen; good penr.mn;
can furnish best of references. Address 11 ,
No. ->:{1 East University ay.
pLKKK-Wanted, situation ns ck'rk in
*~ J stnn;; four years' experience in tea and
coffee business: can furnish A No. 1 refer
ence. S 12, Uiobe.
DKIVKK— German well acquainted in the
city. W. (i.. 44; St Peer. Room \
DUIVI^K wants work driving a delivery
wagon, or work around soras store; very
useful around horses; a lirsi-class deliverer,
and well acquainted in the city. Address
Driver, 450 East Hxth st.
E.UI'KOYMKNT— A stroug boy.sevenieen
years old. wants work of any kind. Call
or address W. D. 8., No. BU East Eleventli St.,
corner Minnesota st.
piBKMAN-Situation wanted totakeciire
•I- of furnaces for the winter by a tirst-cluss
tircman. Piease c;;ll 4','T Belby ay.
EN(iINKEK —Situation warned by a young
lartu as ashibiant ensiueer; cu'n do miiv
thing In the plumbing line. Address 301
Iglehart.
EMPLOVMOT- Position of any kind
wanted by a young man: is well ac
quainted in city, and has the test of city ref
erences. Address (.'.,).. 4ls Superior st . city.
\1 AN AMD WJFK want situation; city,
m farui, 9 Doutiljis sc.
OFFICK WOKK— Young married man
who has had some experience in gen
eral office work and Dookfceepine, and is
also a stenographer, desires employment
with some first-class firm with n chance of
a permanent situation and advancement:
best of references: salary uot tin important
factor in the beginning. T l:». Globe.
OtrtrtCH WoKh-Wanted, a position by
a bright(colored)hoy of sixteen as office
"work or work around ihe house us butler.
or work for board ana go to school. Apply
in the basement of ::'& Selby av.gt
QKiNTliK—Good aii-ari>i:nd printer for
JL country office wants steady wort: refer
ences furnished. Address F. G. Hall. Gay
lord. Minn.
P.»KTKK— Wanted, position by compe
tent man as porter in saloon or hotel.
F. L. W , 315.'. Summit place.
St;JLICITOK— 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., 236VS West Third st., St.
Paul. • . -
SITUATION —Young man wants situation
in some firm where he can have an in
terest in the business; references. Ti*. Globe.
OTKKOGKAPJIKK — An experienced
O male stenographer wants work; has a
gair knowledge of bookkeeping: can furnish
good references and will work for moderate
salary. Address til Hast Eleventh st., St.
Paul, Minn.
\I/ OKR YOU boa KM—a young man
»» wants to work for board and go to
school. 11. M.. (541 Endicott Building.
UT OKK wanted of any nature by willing
youug man of twenty-two: wages no
object, as 1 must have work; lirst-rlass ref
erences. J. W. P., ;;P3 Erie st . city.
Y"OUN<i MAN would like position of any
kind; three yenrs' experience in hotel;
good references. Address 125 East Ninth st.,
Edward 11. Bee be.
Females.
A— AT S.XOCJISjS PKESBKKY'S em
• ployment office, first-class domestic
help; orders promptly filled. £42 Minnesota
St.. near High school. Telephone 577.
I>UESSMAKKii who is com Detent
would like a few engagements in fami
lies. Address M ft.'). Globe.
AT TWIN CITY LADIKh' KMPLOY
meut office two good cooks aud girls for
housework waitin • for places. 4,4 Vi Hbasha.
DOORKEEPh'K-Yuaus eirl desires posl-
JJ tion as bookkeeper, cashiercr salesiady.
in or out of town. Address L 55, Globe.
CI>EKK— A lady who has taught school
tor three years wants a position as clerk,
copyist, cashier or any kind of office work.
Call at 2:8 West Third" st.
CL.XXK —Young man nineteen years old
would like a position iv some office or
6tore as clerk or collector; can furnish ref
erences. Address W tS7. Globe.
C^OOK— Experienced lady cook would like
' a situiUion in hotel or restaurant: city or
country, (i. R.. Box 21, Korth Menotnouee.
Wis.
COOK— First-class cook, understands all
branches of cookiug, wants situation;
iirst-class city reference. H. P.. 4U5 Itice bi.
MKKSSMAKIMti at u7 East Seventh bt.,
■m-J Room 7; working girls' dresses made for
$3; good fit guaranteed. Jlrs. Hoist.
HKESSMAKBR - A competent dress-
U maker would like to go outsewiugiu
families. Address L (i?. Globe.
"p|KK*SMAKEK — A first class dress
mJ malrer. fitter and designer, makes over
equal to new. would like a few more cus
tomers; perfection iv fit aud finish. 521
Wabasha st.
DKESSMAKKU- Good dressmaker, all
the latest styles, will go out in families,
day or week; best city references. A 61;
Globe.
DKKS!> MAKING—An experienced dress
maker wants sewing by the day in fam
ilies. Call or address 815 Hondo st. *
FIKST-CivASS liIiI'.SSMAHKH wauls
tewing by the dny. 71!t Case st.
HOL'SKKKKPKR-liefir.cd (ierman lady
would like to mnnage a household; i.
musical; references exchnnued. Z 10, (Globes
HOUStWORK-A Swede girl wants to do
general housework in a small ttimily;
has experience. Call or address "J7, 1 Rice st.
HOUBKWOKK — Situation wanted at
assistant in housework or chamber
work B. F UU9 Cortland st.
HOI'SEWOftK-A young lady would like
a good, comfortable home for the wiu
ter; more convenience than wages. Address
421 Martin st.
HOI'SBWOKK-A reliable girl wants sec
ond work or housemaid in growu-up
family. Call or address 139 East Teuth st.
H OURKWORk—Young woman desires a
Dlace to do light worfc; home more ob
ject than wages; centrally located prefer
able. Address T7, Globe.
HOIT.SKCi.KANIN'G— Wanted, house or
offire cleaning, washing, cooking or any
kind of day work. Inquire Kooni lOi :*33 East
Seventh, corner Wacouta hi.
1J DtSbt'LtANING-A woman wants to
XI go out houßecleaniug or any kind ot
day work. Call 139 Ecst Tenth st.
XJ UUf**.Kltfc.jrEt<—Warned, a position as
11 managing housekeeper by a young
widow. Address V «J. Globe.
HOI -KKkKl'itK — Position as house
keeper or nurse by widow la<iy aged
forty-live. Address Z 12. Globe.
HOUSiSKKKFJCH-r-EnßUsh lady with two
children, six and three years, wants
position as housekeeper in country: good
home the maiu object. Address G L., 6U.;
East Seventh, st., St. Paul.
MTVJITMHMi \l'A."kTKl». j!
—————' ——i _i-u
Female.
HOI'stiKKHI'KH— Wanted, a position a»
housekeeper by a mlddle-a^d lady;,'
can furnish flnt-clan reference: a jrocq»
home more object than high wages. AddreSV
ll .41. (ilohe. ■: ' •" - <J
oUSKWO^Kr-Wanted, work in a smaf
"private fairiHy.- No. Si Bant Seventh s\
KITOMKN WUttK— Two girls: wanlS
places iv restaurant to do kitchen work,*
I'll Pnrkav. "
lAUNI)Ut;>.s — A first-class laundress
-J would like rough-dry washing at 25
cents dozen; clothes called for and deliv
ered. Address Lanndresy4'.t> East Sixth st:
|V UltSri— An experienced nurse would
J-' like a situation; Kood city reference
Address 112 ltomio.
TV UKSK—Wanted by -an experienced wom
-11 an able to furnish excellent f.'rence,
place to care tor a baby. 39 .Summit, corner
St. Peter.
Ni. i\Si —a poor wuinHii would i.kc to so
out to work by the day or week; takes
places to nurse. Cull at lSt» Port* ay., near
West >evt»nth Kt." ■- :•■ - •• ; . ;..
I\J': »-;.*is.;—situation wanted by a young
1^ " lady of eighteen as nurse girl. chu'niber
work or light work of any kind. Address
i; 18. Globe. ;■ ; . . „ •
OFi'lCiO WiiKK-ATI CxDcrienced young
lady would like a position in dental
office: best of references. Address F. X..
58? \' f.»w- . ■-■:■ -:.. .
OKWlNG—Wanted, family sewing by good
O sewing woman. Mrs. Fraiiij>tou, st>3
Rico st.
SKWING wanted in good family; object,
*^ home. ' Address I' Si, (..lobe.
SICCONI) WOKW-Wai.ied, a situation as
■ second work by experienced girl; can
furnish best of reference; would like a per
manent plane. Address IS 11. Globe.
\f r^^'TKU— Sewing in families by com*
W . t>etent dres.-malcer; best city refer
eie:n^»; terras reasonable ■ - A<li pc M., this
oflioe. -■■-.■-.■ • - "
W/ANJ'KD— PosHio: is kiich'ei of teleg
* V raphy, or as assistant in an oface. Ad
dress X .0. (Jlobe.
WASHING— A lndy"lvould like to take in
washing and ironing at home. 366
Walnut st.
WISHINH-A lady like to take washing
and ironing homo. Call 348 Summit
place.
\\/ ASHINd-Wanted, washing, to go out
* ' by the day Call ISO Iftlnhart st.
X\l ASHINGWoman would like to go out
*» washiiijT. ironing and innsecleauinij.
Call at Ml St. Peter St.. at Kestaunmr.
\I7"A.SHrNG—A woman would like to sro
* V out washing and lake in washing Ad
dress '.>?;.<, Edmund si.
tHiST A?¥s> POli.^l*.
DOG l^O-T—.vt. Kernar'; dag eighteen-j
months old; weighs 1O;> pounds; very
small white spot on left hip: no Haze in
face; white marking extends entirely arcuudi
nee!:; answers name of Monk. Kewa-d for"
return to Lewis &. Audersou warehouse, i!9l
£ast Third st. . ,-• - it
■pVKGLA«}SKS LOST--Or. Seventh st ,*
-Li Tuesday afternoon, pair of gold eve-:
glasses; tinker ple«>-e return to 131 Four
teenth «.-andreceive reward. ■ *'■
HtrtCMl - TH AYEIi- Large bay horse;
loft hind foot white: liberal reward for"
information: Address M. tiuhau, South St.'.
I'aul. • :f'
OI'iSCTACLKb LOST—A pair or boys',
<J spectacles, between Third ami Ex
change, by way oi Seventh to Jefferson
school. Hewani at D. Counel's, horsesbcer,
14S West Third ; :<;:: .-: .; • ; .<v.i
WATCH CHARM LOST—In either a
» » Rice andCoiicord or Selby cahlo cor
on rah iust. a watch charm; finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving at No. 71 ana
7.; West Seventh st -
S*y R LOST—in paper, in an empty to
/*J bncco bag. Please return to 256
West Third and receive liberal reward. '
Al TCTIO^i &AB.FS.
RlteeeTbtae«w«
AICkION— a. S. Wflier, trie Seventh st.
installment jeweler. No. :'- East Sev
enth st. between Cedar nn<] \\ abssba, con
tinues to sell watches, Jewel and clocks at
auction: tales daily, 10:33 a*, m.. 2:3t and
7:3) p. in.; p.li ladies attenaiuj: our stiles are
given a ticket free, which emiilps the holder
to a chance at the free drawing for « gold
watoh. to he given away Friday, Nov. !•.
WANTED TO BEST.
F^L. AT— Wauled, a. nicely furnished flat of
four or five rooms within a few blocks
of portofflce: state price. M 35, Globe.
ROOM— Ueitlenian employed at night
wants a well furnished and healed room
where ihere are no children and day sleep cau
be had undisturbed. Z 7,'. dote.
Room*— Two rooms suitable lor light
housekeeping; rent not to exceed $5.
Address F. Abbott. 16 Summit nv.
oroi.t-—Wanted to rent, store or hou*c
O with brick bnko oveu; in St. Paul or
Minneipoii:-. Aiidr^ss E RI, Ulobe.
to i;\c iia^«;i;.
ASK through the Globes Guarauteed
Wants, and It will be given. An ad ou
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
NEW goods for sec'd-hand.Ryan Furniture
m and Exchange Co., HI and 144 E. Tin s
TO l-.XCHANGE—A new folding bed for
a self-feeding coal stove. Address B
55, Globe.
TO KXCUAXOM— Kami lands ana city
properly to exchange for stocks- oi mer
chandise. Address c. Bclander, Little Falls.
Minn.
IXKTKI'CTIOXK.
ST. AOATIiA'S ACA'(K.U» OF JWIJSIC
anfl .Art, ac East Exchange St., St. Paul—
Piano, violin, guitar, baujo and mandolin
liiuirhl. Lessons yen iv drawing and palm
ing. . Call or send lor prospectus
THE KOZZAHAPBIYATU DANCING
Academy, 620 Central Park Place East-
Society" and stage dancing taught; ladies'
class, Wednesday, 3 p. m.; assembly. Thurs
day evening: juvenile clasp, Saturday, 11 a.
m. and 3p. m. : terms reason-ilile. *
MI SCELLASEOI'tI.
FOB PITCH AND C.KAVKL rooflne:
and repairing see St. Paul Roofing, Cot
nice A Ornament Co., south end Wabasha stt'
bridge. ■„
Tan ST. PALL PICTUiJK FKAJVIB
Manufacturing Company, 319 tt'abnsha
st, between Third and Fourth, has just re
ceived a large line of uew studies for oil,
water color and china painting: also a lot of
new frames and pictures at the lowest
price; artists' material of all kinds; china
tiring a specialty. Bowen & Muncy.
ME WORKS.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed/
Wauls, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring resulie, or your mouey
will be returned to you.
liAVKyour "Want" with the nearest
Globe aa;ent. Bee list on this page.
KAIILKKT A MISTKI, — Minnesota
Sinnni Dvo Works. «44 Ka^t Seventh.
ACCOUNTANTS
ASK through the Globe's (iuaranteed
Wunts, and it will bti given. v a< j on
this pare will bring; results, or your niocey'
will he returned to you.
H>l. I'hMl'Lh--l'ublic Accdtiutmit-Hud
• Auditor, Uermauia Life UldK., c^Paul.
Iftislltt 4SIII\<. >IUiIIMV
I 'AOIKS. CAlil, -AN4) SKK OUK f;j
J dislivvHHhiiiß machine: washes and dries'
dishes in three minutes without weitine- the
bunds. 32S Kolert St., Koom 7, Northwest
•in Dishwasher Company. Ageutß wanted
FORBEST.
;'^'";" Houms. • . ■'■■-■■■'•
\.Z\- ROBERT 1,. WISLYfc,.. ... •
I i*riviU«> Haulier.
! .itftcnt lor Cure ol* Property.
I " ESTATES MAZiAUEn.
I BUlii>lKO.
i 37 W. iShepiira, »4 East lih St.
] Ejikntß hodsk*, ST«KK"*, tjrviotst,
•** nets as owners' agent, collects rents;
. sieani-heated apHriuitui» for 5-W, $.Vs S3j aud
$■< : reduced rental. ; ' ■'-''■ '
: 11011 ses'.'.', _
rrAVI.Oit'S Hh-.SVISii At.lJM'l —
-I CJLOBB BI'ILDINfi —WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES, OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE Off HENTED ritOPEIiTY AND
-.MAKE COLLECTION'S. ■ . -,-'.. -; .: ■:
Flat*. '■'};' ':\ ;'- V'
ipi.AT.of seven rooms, first "floor;? modern
A improvements, storm; window*. 170 West
Ninth. Apply in rear house.,.-; .
*' - ttUOIIIN. ;• -. . ••.;--"
A— HtITKL UHO.HSW: Cv. for KelltlO
• men only; fifty modern uteam-beated
-rooms by day, week or month, v
ASK through the Glabe's Guaranteed
Wants, ami it will be given. : An ud on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you. ,"r • = ," : --A
•f Ui'lTOL «OTKL-i:.;,ij WabaSha St.—
v<l ' Famished rooms, wit a &team heat; with
or without Loard. - , : .
SKVi:NIn .ST.. - 4C(V W!-.ST — Corner
Smith ay.—Nicely rurnished room, well
heated and clean, $.">. ■',* : ■■ ■: ■>'■-.
SKVj;>TH. 415. KAST— People looking
for elegant rooms. eirsniteor"sirij:le,fur
ulsbed or unfurnished, call; also rooms for
housekeeping. - .-. . r: .-■::■;.•.■•
UTOl'i A— 403 St. Peter — From '.rooms,
sicam-heated. with or Without board. '
W ABASH A ST., s*-.V2—Comer Tenth-
» " Furnished rooms for rent; place quiet.
lMimniil>Bii«f'ia ■ : '
■ 1 ■ ■ -f;, : • " ■ ■ -■ ~ ••
DAJtis for rent. 510 Jnckson St..
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JOLLIEST JUVENILES
I HERE THEY ARE! SCAT!! LOOK AT 'EM!!!
..... ENTITLED
BY
o . . "^v AUTHOR OF ~"~
- jiiN^ l "The Brownies," .~jpL* jS^^
l^T 1 " - 'I as . L '
THE PRINCE OF JUVENILE ARTISTS
This new production —~~~ . j PEASANTS, FOXES,
from the pen and pencil >^® RATS, MICE, BIRDS,
of Palmer Cox—whose INSECTS, ELEPHANTS,
world-wide fame as the Jlllrlr etc, describing their
greatest Juvenile Artist @Mjjj* jff^kim^ '< strange adventures and
of this age— is literally Jiffl?^* \ their quaint conversa
crammed from cover to ifSllf WS^W tio" St their FROLICS»
cover with ROLLICKING fE=^^) ESCAPADES, FLIRTA
FUN for LITTLE FOLKS f _,^^^~^=^^,^^ J TIONS, COURTSHIPS,
and BIG FOLKS, too. J^s***-3£l ~~~ *^^*f^r WEDDINGS, etc., etc., all
It tells of the most gjjL^ *& pT^7^^\^r of which are illustrated
remarkable and ludicrous H?£^ ■ <** '" ; V" in that unapproachably
experiences of FAIRIES, A mk**^ humorous and grotesque
GIANTS, KINGS, .^-^gs^isgsu»-^'*"^rj^i^—"— style peculiar to our gifted
CLOWNS, PIXIES, j-^—r^ -~---*»^—-. f & author, Palmer Cox.
Obtainable Only Through The GLOBE
||gga*We have the option of 25,000 sets for our READERS, and the
m^ exclusive supply for this city *_^
HO COUPONS. Just a Christmas Treat for our LITTLE PEOPLE.
ne saw a chance to give the children of its readers a great treat'
by-securing an option on 25,000 of these books, and determined to distribute them to the first
that came at 10 cents each, to cover cost by the 25,000 lot.-. They are genuine Palmer Coon
books, and beauties. Speak quick for they wont last long. Each book is complete in itself.
A. WONDERFUL FXJIVIVY SERIES.
--*- . IT IS BY A. WONDERFULLY GIFTED ATJTIIOK,
SOLD A.l? A. WONDERFUL BARGAIN.
Each part contains thirty-two pages, about fifty unique pictures printed in a variety
of colors, on a superior grade of paper, very highly calendered, and they are bound in
beautifully illuminated covers, executed in the highest style of the art, from designs by
Palmer Cox. A lovely set, complete in
—-_.-. w^^^w THIRTY-TWO PAGES EACH Price to Our Readers Only
PIIf Hi RIBII \[ V ABOUT FIFTY PICTURES t A 4
i^lllil 1 UV/vrlVO ILLUMINATED COVERS 11 \f* AfSAM
WORTH 50 CTS. EACH. ISSUED WEEKLY IvVe
WORTH 50 CTS. EACH.
The price of this wonderful series (Just funny enough to make a frog laugh) if sold
in the stores (they can't get it) ought to be at least 50 cts. each, but as you are one of
our readers you shall have them, if you speak quick, for only 10 cts. each.
-^^TTHH FinST OF THE SERIES ISis^—
No. 1; Howl Heady ftSSS-*
PpW Ifl Opt ThfllTl Come or send to our office 10 cts» and we deliver or
llbff lU UUI Illyill mail to your address, as you wish. No extra charge.
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