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( freulatlon Utah all the affidavits
(bat rau be piib.Mted. JimHryU
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( lobe lead* all.
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':nn ent!« frcm cv.t-of-tcvi-n sent any day by
c ail to the Globs, accomrauied by remit
isne at alove rate, will Le invariably in
uutd tLe loliov.ing morning.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/ 1 the Following Location* for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
lobe, at Hie Same Hated as
Charged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON hills.
C.E. Marellus , ....Drugstore
( OH. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
E. Jurgeson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND REANEY ST.
A. &.G. A. Schumacher. Drug Store
104 PAYNE AVENUE.
.A.Kormann Grocery Store
COR. BURR AND MINNEUAIIA.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
lever Westby Drugstore
17! EASTTHIRD STREET.
i. C. Vender tie.lee Cream & Confectionery
51.5 EAST SEVENTH ST.
BA3ILINE.
y s-ffiline Pharmacy. . Drugstore
710 SPELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
Rilliam K. Collier ..Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
JrseihArgay DrugS re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
K. D.Merrill Newsstand
442 BROADWAY.
3IEHRI.UI PA UK.
A. L. Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
ST. ASTHOSY HILL..
IT. A.Frost & Co Drugstore
tELbY AND \\ EbTERN AYS.
Elraigbt Bros Drugstore
L.ONLO AMI UkOTTOSTS.
A. A. Campbell .. „ Drugstore
'J35 itOlsDO STREET^
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
/..T. Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.'
X-SlcCrudden Confectioner
4 RICE STREET.
IMOX PAKK.
C. A. }'(,! cl.ijiv Cigars and Tobacco
UMVEKSITy AND P&IOB A VS.
i pi: it town".
E.B. Reeves..: Drugstore
3.CORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNEJiS.
I. T. Keller. Colonnade Drugstore \
fcT. P£TEK and TENTH bib.
I J. itte Drugstore
•i 60 MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
6 . K. Lowe Drugstore
tCBEJtT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
I . T. Wincott & Co Drugstore
' 08. RICE AND IGLEIIART.
%\I£S.T SEVENTH STREET.
i.. & G. A. Schumacher.... Drugstore
4li> WEST SEVENTH ST.
1. J. Mtiller. DrugStor
< ( ].. JA»iES AND WEST SEVENTH.
WEST SIDE.
Oi-e Eclipse Drag Store „
I. LOBERT. AND FAIRFJELD AY.
t.T. Dunn...... .... .Cignr and Newsstand
420 S.ROBERT STREET.
GcoiceKwtl Drugstore
I. Vv AUASiIA AND AIRFIELD AY.
O. l;cn:o « Barber Shop
'-•-". E. FAIRFIELD AY.
*icid Street Prescription Drug 5t0re......
C 01.M.H STATE AND CONCORD.
A- T. La!! ........Drugstore
CORNER S. WABASUA AND ISABEL.
A3 NO III* t'EM EUTS.
WK I.KND MOKE MONEY ON
clothing and furs than any one in the
business. No *» East Sixth st; 'Hymaii Ke
gelsou. opposite Metropolitan Opera House.
——
SIT! ATIOKS OFFKHKI*.
GENTS MARK two-thirds profit: 2Sc.
Political novelty. Sample, etc., 10c P.
M. Pun. Co.. Trenton, X. J.
Alit NTS—Wanted, agents for. Bankers'
Life association, St. Paul.Minn. : strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
■Write for agency. ''.--■■
A GKNT.S WA>T£l> to job cigars in dif
x\ ferent towns. Address P. W. Jacobs,
Akron. Lancaster county. Pa.
A— THOKOUGIILY experienced sales
• men to veil our high-grade lubricating
oils, grenses, and famous Giant Boiler Com
pound: liberal terms to a first-class man.
Equitable Kefiuiug Company. Cleveland. O.
PHYSICIAN— Wanted. • a physician to
X take charge of the family and hospital
practice in Minneapolis; one about forty-live
to fifty years old preferred: must have best of
references. Apply by letter, stating Ralary
expected, to George W. Knapp, care of this
office. ■ •
OALKSMhti IN EVKKY rOi;NT¥-S7O
CJ month and expenses. Office, furniture
advertising furnished. Goods monopoly
Experience unnecessary. Address K. S.
Co.. 131 Colonnade Building. boston iMas*
SALESMEN— traveling shoe sales-
C> men uited, with established .trade in
Minnesota and Unkotus, for a manufacturing
and jobbing house in Minnesota; must be
first-class and experienced ; or no i need to
apD<y. Address, with full particulars. V 15,
Globe. ':
ANTED— Active men in small towns;
*V $?5 per montii can be made, and will
prove it; we.furnish samples free; write us;
we will explain. Address Box 53Jf, Boston.
Mass.
WANTED— Strong, willing young man
as assistant in storeroom. Apply be
tween 1~ and 1 to the manager. Hotel Aber
deen.
WANTED- if you are a Catholic, imcim
ployed. ami will work, for $18 per
week, write MacConneil Bros.. 11 Franklin
St., Boston, Mass. - •• - . '
Female
AGKN rs—Lady asttnts wanted. 318 Wa
' basha st.: good pay. ■ '
HOUSKWOKK. — Wanted, a competent
girl for general housework; two in
family. -t>? Sherman st. ;■ •:;,-'
HOUSKWOKK- Wanted, girl (colored
preferred) for general housework; fam
ily of eight; steam-heated room. Address
G 76, Globe. .
OU.->EWOKi.—Warned. at34l Maria
competent girl for general housework;
German preferred.
KITCH- WO ..K—Good, strong girl for
XV kitchen work. 254 East Tenth st.
WANTED— Agents, especially ladies, in
every city and town; can make S2 to.
S5 a day ; tend .0 cents for sample and terms,
The lusectolene Company, 301 Broadway.
Cincinnati. O. '
HKAI, ESTATE FOR fi.U.F..
itliNcclian«oii«».
r>OK SALK OK KXCHAJKiii — Two
jC houses and lots in St. haul Park, beside
station, for Chicago properly. Address M.
Ciiuiiiiiaham. -1"> .Madison st.. Chicago. 111.
FOR SAILE.
FUKNITLKh — for sale, entire furnish
ings of ten-room flat, including Penin
suhir heating stoves. No. \) Astral range, bed
room sets, etc. 405 North Washington t>t.,
third floor.
STOVJ. KKI'AIKS for ail kinds of stovos
at American Stove Repair Works, ISB
\\ est Seventh.
Ol'OVrs fOti SALE-A lew more days
O will wind up our bankrupt stock of
Sterling double heaters. The greatest bar
gains ever offered. Old stoves iakeu in ex
change. The Sterling Stove Co., t>7 West
Seventh st.
IS OMSK'S A* 3> CARRIAGES.
JUST KKCKIVED from Northern lowa,
three carloads of extra heavy longing
horses, which I will sell to suit the times.
EL C. Farmer. Stillwater, Minn. :
TO KXCHANGK—I have an eleeant sin
gle-footer to exchange for a speedy
family driver. Ed A. Page, Canton" Minn.
R(\ HEAD OF HORSES and a car of
*J\J young, heavy mules in bams at pri
vate sale: auction next Thursday of 100
head at Midway Horse Market.
13STRt:CTIO;*S.
ST. AH A 'liA's ACAUKMV OX MUSIC
and .Art, 3d East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
laught. Lessons given In drawing and paint
iuit. Call or send lor prospectus
HE -.HOZZARA" PRIVATE DA>X
ing Academy. 620 Central Park east:
classes Wednesdays and Saturdays; terms,
$.> per twelve ie.-sous. •
ROABI) OFFKHED.
BOARD — Well-furnished, steam-heated
rooms, with board, i'lo Ninth, corner
Sibley.
BwAKI) —Nicely furnished rooms, with
board; furnace, bath and gus. 228 East
Tenth st.
BOA UU — Furnished rooms, with got
bible board. 385 Washington st. north.
BOAUJJ— Rooms, j-iutrle. or en suite, with
excellent board. Hue location near Selby
ciibl3. lJoNinaav.
AUCTION SALES. ;•
31iKceliaueoim.
A LOTION—A. S. Weller. the "Seventh st.
JTI- installmein jeweler. No. 23 East Sev
enth st between t.edarand Wabasha streets,
continues to sell watches, jewelry and clocks
at auction; sales daily,; 10:30 a. m., 2:33 aud
"•Mi p. nv.; all ladies attending our sales are
given a ticket free, which entitles the holder
to a chance at-the free drawing for a dia
mond ring, a gold watch, or some article in
silver. Drawings take place daily. .
LOST AJTD FOIJXn.
UKI».T LOST—On Saturday last, from oue
O of Yerxa's wagons, a package contain
ing a black skirt. Finder wiil be rewarded
by returning to Yerxa Bros. & Co.
PIN LOST—Between West Publishing
company and Broadway, a pin with
link supporting a small gi>ld pistol. Finder
will please return to 326 East Eighth st. and
receive reward.
ACCOIJIiTAWTS
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
HM. TKMfLJC —Public Accountant aud
• Auditor, Germania Life Bide., M.Paul.
WAITED TO BUY.
II OUSKIIOLD GOODS-We will pay the
JTJ. highest cash price tor good second-hand
household goods; we want no trash. - Ryan
Furniture and Exchange C 0.,142 and 144 East
Seventh st.
MmCELMJkM EOVS.
FUR PITCH AUD GBAVKL roofing
and repairing see St. Paul Hoofing. Cor
nire A Ornament Co., south end Wab&bha st.
brittce.
JJSUSI^I-;SS CHANCE*.
A F\ I*KK CENT average weekly profits ou
L**J 8150. invested. Prospectus, itemized
statistics free. Benson & Dwjer, bin Broad
way, New York. V;%. - •.V.-'- '
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBK: IVK&DAX MOKNING. KOVEMBEK V3> H*tL
SITUATIONS WAXTKI>.
Ulnle.
OUBI*. WORK— Kin for general
li housework. 107 Ninahv.
NUKNE— Wanted, a girl to tHKe care of
11 children ats3J Bice St.. at once.
OAI-KSLADIBS-Wauted. salesladies at
Cl once; a permanent and good position
offered. Address Klt «lobe.
WOKIi FOX BOAKIJ-Wanted.iiirl to
work for board, or will pay good girl
>■•> a month. y> Tilton st. .
DAKTKNUKR- Wanted, position by com-
JL> petent man as bartender; eight rears'
experience: best of reference. J. F., 383
Summit place.
BAKIIEK— Pint-class barber, wants work
in a small town; steady; state wages.
Wilson 56. lilobe, tit. Paul.
BOVb FOR FLACKS, places for boys
employment bureau for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Club R00m.313 Wabasha st ; open
from 11 to 1-* a. m.. and from •' t > p. m.
OOKKEHPEK-Wanted. by a young
man. a position as bookkeeper; situation
in a bank preferred: can give references as
to character and ability. Address Box 5-!7,
Naif rim, Minn.
CI.KHK — Grocery man would like situation
as clerk; can take orders and deliver.
Address J. Anderson. 584 Dale St..
C^OACIIMAX or take care of steam plant.
•■' andean do all kinds of work around
me house; good city references. Address E
76. Globe. .
DKIVKK wants work driving a delivery
wagon, or would like work around some
store; very useful and willing; in need of
work and well acquainted in the city. Ad
dress Driver. 450 East Sixth st
ONGlNKKK—Situation ax stationary engi-
J-i neer: or place as fireman. Address P.
M.. 3-,1) St. Anthony ay.
EMPLOYMENT— Would like to do any
kind ot work by the day. Call at 59d
Charles st. ....-.■;•',■•; . s;
■piIPLOYMKNI whined of any kind.
J-i in either office or store, by young man
aged nineteen -.good penman; eau furnish
best cf city references. Address H. C. M.,
No. 231 East Fifteenth st. '
HOSTLKK— A young man, student, wants
to take care of horse, cow, furnace, or
will do any kind of work for his board and
go to school. J. M.. 641 Endicott Building.
'f\VFICI& WO .iK—Young man of twenty
\J one, with good college education, wants
situation; master of English and German
languages: good references. Address H. F.
Looser, 031 Bates ay. JJ r.:.'
DBA KM AClfeT—Wanted, by registered
i- pharmacist, sixteen years' experience,
position as manager or clerk. ADplv c 13,
Globe. ' '
QTKNOGKAPHK —Male stenographer,
O experienced, desires permanent posi
tion, or will take temporary place: give good
reference; moderate salaryat start. 450 Min
nesota st. »; '".■■'.
VJTKNOGUAPHEK, male, wants work.-
O first-class references. Address O 13,
Globe. - ~ ■
ASHING AND IKOMNG wanted
at home; plain clothes, 25 cents per
dozen; flannel washing a specialty. 447
East Eighth, corner Willis st.
OT KXOGKAPHKB — An experienced
O male stenographer wants work; has fair
knowledge of bookkeeping; can furnish
good references and will work for moderate
salary. Address L H., 61 East Eleventh st ,
city. .^.<i.
\I7"OKK F ».{ BOA«O-A young man
* V with reference wishes a place to work
for board. Call or address Hi West Tenth bt.
11/ OKK FOJt BUAKD-Situation want
*» ed by young German mtin, to work
around b*ase for board during the wiuter.
Mark Berkuon. l&D Hudson ay.
IVTOKK rOM BOAKfI-Wanted, Mtua
»♦ tiou by a williusj Scandinavian boy.
eighteen years oid, to work ior board and go
to school. Cali at i)" 4 Rice st.
(t£f-\ (}( CASK will be paid to any per
«SVy»V_/vy son giving me information lead
ing to a steady job. Am an all-round priuter,
with seven years' experience. Chance to
learn machine setting preferred. Address
X 12. Globe.
WASTED TO RF^T.
HOUSK— Wanted, to rent or take care of a
furnished house for the winter by a
lady whose son is in the university; best of
city reference. Address Mrs. K. P., Box 20,
Shakopee. Minn.
OVK WORKS.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad ou
this page will bring result?, or your money
■will be returned to you.
LKAVV your "Want" with the nearest
-LJ Globe agent. See list on this page.
KAIILKHT & MINTEL — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. 244 East Seventh.
TYPEWRITERS.
D ISMINGTON TYVKWKITEKB — Al-
Xv ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the beat and always have the latest im
provements. Typewriter paper and supplies
of all kinds. Machines for reuc. Wyckoff
Seainaus <& Benedict. 'Ji East Fourth *t
I>ISIIWAJKIII3<- WKACBUnSS.
LADIES, CALL AND SEX OIK §3
dishwashing machine: washes and dries
dishes in three minutes without welting the
hands. ?.'2ti Roberc St.. Room 7. N'orthwest
eru Dishwasher Company. Agent 3 wanted.
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f*~: ...... - Want a Cook, .. ...... "~2%
*S£T • ••• Want a Situation, ........... -^^#
w™*"^~ ■.■'-■,-■; "^^w^ *
"J^f" • Want a Salesman, .......... -~"O
......... Want a Servant Girl -~«
••^ ........ Want to Hire any Help, ........ I^I©;
•^~- ••• Want to Rent a Store, *...... Z^s
•b~- ...... Want an Agent or Partner, ...... ]^s°*
+ZZ ..... Want to Buy or Sell a Farm, ..;..I^|
J^l .... Want to Hire or Rent a House, ...*^s r
•[^ ... Want to Trade or Exchange Anything, ... "^g
*£: • • Want to Find Anything You've Lost, . .
J^ . Want to Find Strayed or Stolen Animals, . -^-^
«»^ You can do it easily through the Adlet Col- ..."~*& :
g£~- umns of the Globe, the Great Want Medium -iS
NIT! AXIOMS WASTED. „
•■ Female. . *•* "
A— AT S. LOUISE PKESBKKV'sL
• ploy men t office, first-class domestic
help; orders promptly tilled, £4- Minnesota
St.. near High school. Telephoue 577. . r ,
CIOOK— Wanted, a portion as cook wili a
' family going to California; best of city
referenced Address E., 837 Broadway, ia Uk
rear. ■ . .
COOK— First-class cook, with references.
waiting for a place at 385 Walnut st.
COOK— First-class cook wonts to go out
cooking by the day, or will make comp
any dinner; first-class city reference. M
W .. 4f>s Rice st.
r-iLKKK— A young lady desires a situation
vv in a store or doctor's ottjee; can furnish
good references. Address or call at 585"
Cedar St., L. H. ■
EXPKKT STKNOUUAPiiKIt wants
work three or four hours each day: will
work for $10 per month; - piece work neatly
done. J 17. Globe. '
UOUMUUL.KANING — Wanted" by 1
Al strong woman, house or omcecleaning.'
washing, ironing, scrubbing, or any kind of
day work. ?& East Seventh, corner Wacouta.
Room 16. -■
HOU.SKKKi-I'KK — Position as house
keeper, by middle-aged lady: homo
more of an object tb.nu wß^es, Address O
141, Globe. . • .- . ■•-.- ■-
OUSKKKKPER-Wanted, situation as
housekeeper by widow, asied thirty.
Address Mrs. M. Watson, General Delivery.
city. .- ■ .
OLSKKEKPKR—W'anted, situation by
"a widow as housekeeper in Butte, Mont ;
; a good home an object. Address Mrs. J.
: Cook, 11--. East Fourth st., Duluth. Minn. .
MOCSKKKePKIt-Wanted. situation as
LJ housekeeper by a -young American
woman; good cook: references furnished.
Address M.. Lock Box 'M. Ciear Lake. lowa.
it OUSKKKEPER—Wanted, by a young
jll woman, a positiou as housekeeper; no
objection leaving thb city. S 80. Globe.
noIisKKKEPi'.K-Refined German lady
LI would like to take care of a household*;
is musical. ■ Address S. H.. s*) Fuller st.
LJ OUSEKKEPiiIt—A respectable Amer
1A ican woman aged, thirty-rive, with a
good recommendation, wants a position as
housekeeper anywhere. Box 60, Newport,
Minn. ■ :
i iIOUSEKKEPEK— Wanted, by a your.g
| 1.1 widow, a positiou as managing house
i keeper; city reference. Address Dl 3, Globe.
OUSEWOKK — Good German wants
place to do housework. titi West
Cook st.
HOIS..VVt)RK-A competent girl wains
a place in a small family to do general
housework in or out of the city. Call at 52
l.yton place.
HOISEWOKK-A Danish *irl. who can't
speak English very well, wan is place to
do general housework. Address 61u Pieas
ant ay.
HOUSKWOKK-At Mrs. Schnell's, a moot:
Germau girl wants a situation iv plain
family: wages $10. 444 Wabasha.
LAIINUKOS- A, first-class laundress
wishes a place to work by the mouth, or
work of any kind by the day. Call ai 53J
East Tenth st.
LAL'M>KKSS — A first-class laundress
would like rough dry washing to do at
home: clothes called for and tieiivered. Ad
dress Laundress, 45ti East bixth st.
"IVL'KSE—Wanted, a position by an ex
1* jerienced nurse; city references. Ad- 1
dress Mrs. L. Wiltsie, 22.) tSpruce st. Kj
Nt'RSK —Wanted, position asnursetosrek
lady or invalid, or would be willing to
take charge of a young child: have best of
aity references. Add;ess M .37. Broadway,
up stairs.
NL'KSK— An experienced nurse wonkt
like a place to take care of young cfiil
dren; a middle-aged woman. Call or aa
dress 163 Como ay.
OFFICE VVOKK- Wanted, a situation in
a store or doctor's office; can furnish
I good references. Address or call at 585
! Cedar st. L 11. . .- : , := .•
i OALESLADY-A young lady, speaking '
■ O Scandinavian and German "fluently, de
j sires a position as saleslady: experience and
• best or reference. Address W no. Globe.
I QEIVINU — An experienced dressmaker
i O would like to go out sewing by the day
I Call or address 215 Rondo st. -
j OTKXOCRAPHSK-A competent lady
I O stenographer would like half-day posi
j lion; understands law and mercantile work;
I copying done. Address N 6(5, Globe.
ASHING AND IKON ING— A lady
■would ltke to take washing and iron-;
ing home. - Call 348 Summit place.
VIA ASHING wanted to do at home. Mrs.
, W Kagerer, 727 Charles st.
WASHING- a lady would like to take
washing and ironing at home. 386
Walnut st. '
TO EXCHANGE.
IVTIfiW goods for seed-hand. Ryan Furniture
1" and Exchange Co., '143 and 144 E. 7th s.
A. li. 12GJ£,Jlduufaci,arvjr aulUj* le; In
Importers of Billiard Cloth and Sunplies.
j Altering and repairing done on Short Notice.
• Second-hand tables bought and sold.
i East Seventh Street, St. Paul, Minn.
-^ ?. FOR itEST. -: - •
v €. H. HI\tHEI,i,
The Rental Agent, v;
, Makes a Specialty of Homing Property. .
; 3tt» Manhattan Builaing. ■
J. W. »h«pur«l, «4 Kiii^t 4th St.
RKNTS lIOUSKH, STORK*. OPFICKS.
i-V., acts as owners' agent, collects reins:
Meam heated apartment* fur S'.v, $.'.», $Sj aud
&> : reduced rental.
.- : Houses. .' ■ :... . ■
TAYLOK'S kKJCTINQ A«i-;NXk —
i GLOBS - BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STOUES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE OK HENTED PIiOI'KKTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS. -
HOUsi-— For rent, first-class house, ten
rooms, 100 Summit »v.. P. Keiguer, .'ita
Rice st. . ;.
t Flats;
17I<AT of seven rooms, first floor; mod> m
1 improvements, storm windows* 170 West
Niuib. Apply in tear house.
FLATS — Steam-healed apartments in
"Beilield;" hot water, kjijl slntdes. set
tabs, etc.: $-*0 to 532. J. W.^bepard, 94
East Fourth. : - ■
FLATs for iig&t houseueepingr: first floor:
- shed room, yard room, use of bath, and
tine cook stove set U| ; $S per mouth. Inquire
of janitor in t.ytle's Flats, upper floor, 'i\l
Grove St.. or Kooni 7, Kirst Naiional Bank,
corner Fourth and Jackson sis. „
liOOUIN. ' -" ' '-
A— HtiThl. BKU.^tt.CH, for centle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms Mr day. week or month.: :- * -"'
CARKOLI, ST.. aft:)— For rent, 'second
V-v floor: six rooms; city water; rent, $S.
Also, stare same buiUlin», reasonable to de
niable parties. Apply 40g Manhattan Build
ing. . "■■■ ■■■ ■*': v . '■-; •'■'.'
f UI'ITOL HOTtl.-4.vV2 Wabasha St.—
' Furnished rooms, with steam heat; with
or without board. -••.-; -•'•;.. .; ;..
IGLKHART ST.. 85— Four desirable rooms
for rent: ground floor; modern improve
ments; desirable in every- respect; 816 per
month. ...:.•"■:.'""'_■:.., j^,; • et,
T YO.NSCOUKT—For rent, fifty rooms', all
•L' finely furnished; steam heat and nit
modern improvements. -Maurice Lyons, 720
Cedar st. . ■■.: ■■-. „ .
SUMMIT AY., i'tJ^lienveen St. Peter and
O W'abasha Sts. — Furnished rooms, witti
or'wlthout boara. ' J '■ * ■ "•
UTOPIA— 493 st. Peter— Front rooms,
,\J steam-heated, with or without board. .
WABASHA ST., RTJfe—Corner Tenth—
Furnished rooms for rent: place ouiet.
PERSONALS.
AiiK YOU IN TftUOfHK? — Consult
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 liighar than human: corre
spondence confidential: ladies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, $1. 503 Wabasha St., opposite
U:ipilOl.
EXPKKT THICK iJANJJUST wants
position with medicine company, or
any one selling eoods: c«n also play piano
and orgiui. W. X., Globe. Minneapolis.
MX!*. I.i-.WlS—Experiencea massagist:
treats daily and evenings. Parlors -'9
and 30. ;15 East Seventh sr... second floor.
l/i AS.sAGIST— Miss Eastman.experienced
JltA massagist; treats dally and evenings.
i'iO Wnbashast., Koom !:">.
M.SS HEI.KN DKVKARK, manicuring
and massage No. 27 East Seventh st.
MKS. liK. .KKAKDOX-VMsftßc, elec
|lTl'; trie, vapor baths. .34 .East Seventh*—
Over Yerxa's. Room 304—9«, ni. to I* p. m.,
Including Sundays. - .' s •
fV,! INN'KAPOLIS I)KKS!SM,\KING and
i.T-1 Shirt Waist Parlors—Shirt waists made
to order iv silk or wool iuside of twenty-fonr
hours. Dresses from $0 and upward. AH
work guaranteed and prices moderate. t>2i)
Mcoliet ay.. Minneapolis.
I/I MR, .ST. JOHNS—Wonder of the
iMA. World — Clairvoyant and magnetic
henler. I'M West Fourth st.
"VI K8 M. A. (TiiS.Sh.Yi BAKIiALOO
i»-l C 24 Wabasha St.—Ma>tnetic and .nassage
treatment for paralytic, rheum atism and
nervous, diseases: also^ba;h« i a.m. to i D.m
MAUAMK TfelTsWOKTif, reliable
prophetic Test and Healinjc .Medium:
8•■ years' experience. 13 Eialnh st. St. Paul.
MISS LX WREN, of Chicago, has opened
massage parlors at J2l Wabasha, Room
14, hours IU a. m. to 9 p. m.
UfAXTKD-Barber with cash to buy first
• V class three-chair barber shap; good
location. Address L 15, <ilobe.
11/^AJiTEU-To know the whereabouts of
»* Rosalia Krawczat, wife of Ueorge
Krawczak.^vho was last seen on Vt estern ay.,
corner Edmund si.. Oct. 9k Any informa
tion will be thankfully received and inform
er rewarded by George Krawczak, ioT Ed
mund et.
OQU KAsr -SifiVKXTH ST.- Expert
**>*J\J Massage, Magnetic and Alcohol
Baths. Anna of Chicago. , ..'.
FIIVA^CJIiLf.
UAJtK STOCKS a specialty;' bonds, com
-»-' niercial- paper, mortgages, securities
bought and sold. Georsre .W. Jenks, Invest
meut Banker, Alinneiota Loan and Trust
Building. Minneapolis. : .• ■
lIIONKV ON ISANi) to loan on city prop
l-'A erty aud farms; lowest rates; no delay.
\V. F. Morltz, luU Pioneer Press.
Mo>.,i h,ah v oulife insurance ai>
lciei; or 1 ought L ¥. Van Normau
Cl Guaranty Loan BuiMin*. >tinucapoli»
QFvf") TO $300 short-time loans procured
tipt/V on persona) property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building.
OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
*-5 Ramsey-District Court, second Judi
cial District.
Furweli, Ozmun. Kirk & Co., a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. B. F. Sturtevant Company, a
foreign corporation, der'f nrtaui.
The State of Minuesota to tue above-named
defendant:
You are hereby summoned, and required to
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the
above-entitled action, which said complaint
is on file in the office of the Clerk of the said
Conn, at his office, iv St. Paul, Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to *aid
complaint uppu the subscribers, ai iheir
office, iv the City of Si. Paul. Kamsey Coun
tr, Minnesota, within twenty days lifter the
service of this summons upou 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
tate judgment ajjaiust you for the sum of
ftft'.lu wilh interest thereou from Jan. 1,
1893, at the rnte of ? per cent per annum, to
gether with the costs and disbursements of
thisactiou. A. J. & .]. P. GALBRAITH. '
tinintff s Attorneys. St. Paul, Minnesota.
DR. FELLER,
180 last Seventh st. St. Paul Mint
Speedily cures all private, nervous, chronic
and blood and skin diseases of both sexes,
without tbe use of mercury or hindrance
from business. NO < I KU, ;so V\\ . Fr:
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where the blood ha* become poisoned, caus
ing ulcers. blolehen, sore thrum and mouth,
pains in the head and bones, and nil diseases
of tbe kidneys and bladder are cured for
life. Men of all ages who are suffering from
the result of youthful indihcretiou or ex
coises of mature tears, producing ucrvous
ness, indlge»tiou, constipation, loss ot mem
ory, etc, ars thoroughly and permanently
cured.
Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex
perience in this specialty, is a Kraduate from
ouq ot the leading medical colleue* of the
country. He bas never failed in iurmi? auy
cases that he lihs undertaken. Cases and
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