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• »•< tl«- l:oj- %* 1 * •«>!!♦ '!»<» ->«,.,
Ik Itc will (ell 3011 «>:.-> about
I illation titan all the -.isiuluvii*
(I ni can be )i '.iii ltd. at si trj It
hi <' you ill be i>iiwinti. »». au ..»»
• lilt leadx all.
1 *^^^^>^~
»IM tIARTS til S3 AII*.
A X v r.i ; /. ( 's. rr.c cent » n n-<J pacn in>er
l:< i ycihiit|t less thnn 15 rents. Adver
lifurcnts from ci.t-cf '.< v sen any by
k as! k< the Globe, accompanied t>> remit
nice it sieve rate, will Le invariably in
«tiitc iLe loiiowing morning
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/1 trie I'ollnrvfnjc I reatioir* for
liiserti«in in Daily ami Sunday
Glultr, at the Sarnf Kates as
( tt*need by the »Jaiu Office:
ARLINGTON BIU4K.
C.I. Marthas Drugstore
< OIL BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
E-Jnrgeson Grocery Store
I -AY Mi AT. AND UEANEY ST.
/ &(.. A. Schumacher Drug Store
: 54 PAYNE AVENUE.
A.Kcrmaan ..Grocery Store
COX. BURKAND MINNEIIAHA.
IJAYION'S BLIIF.
toei Wefctby Drugstore
tT,i. EAST Till STREET.
.' ( Yonder Bie.lee Cream & Confectionery
515 EAST SEVENTH ST.
mum.
I Pharmnry. Drugstore
'it CELLING AVENUE.
LOWEB TOWN.
V. illiam K. Collier Drug store
SEVENTH AND SIBLLY.
JceephArgoy Drugs re
Ct:l:NI".l< AND JACKSON STS.
i.. Merrill ; Newsstand
41 BROADWAY.
ill-: EC HI A.VI PARK.
A. L Wool&ey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR A VS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
W. .'.. Frost* Co Drug Store
1-tLhV AND V. KI;N A\ ;>.
Straight Bros Drugstore
ItONL-O AM* GkOTTObtTS.
A. A. Campbell .... ... Drugstore
-o - SON DO STREET.
C.a Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE srs.
A.l Cuerr.scy Drugstore
171 DALE STICKET.
I.KcCraddeu Confectioner
< 4U. BICE &TKEET.
I M«\ PASS.
C.A Moncliow .. .. C»K«rs ana Tobacco
LMVERSITY AND PRIOR AYS.
( FPF.II TOWN.
1 1! Reeves Drugstore
i.OOKh; BLOCK. SEVEN CORXKKS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
t'i. i'fc'l LI: and TENTH >'j .•?.
B.J. Vi;' DmsStore
• tc WAKKET, CORN EH FIFTH.
v *• lc« Drugs**!
LCBEItT AM) TWELFTH STKEETS.
XT; Wincott&Co Drugstore
COX. lici; AM) IOLEiiAHT.
i*l>'i SEVE.WH STKIJKT.
V. d. G. A. Schumacher Drig Store
4iit WEST SEYENTII ST.
3 «■ ■ niier *.... Drug st o
< 08. JAIIKS AND VEST sEVKNTH.
WEST SI UK.
Oht I.cJii >c I imp Store ,_
t. ROBERT AM) FAIRFIELD AY.
Dtmti Cigar and Newsstand
•-'_ IK. IIOBEUT STIJEET.
Cc( Muni Dra{t;ton
:. M AIIASHA AND Y AIRFIELD AY.
©. I'cmc Barbershop
2« E. FAIKFIELDAV.
tct ;<■ Mrcct rrftscriptioa Dm; 8 tore
• OKMili STATE AND CONCOIiD.
A.T. HpM Drugstore
CORNER S. WABASIIA AND UABKL.
■■..-.■....'■-.
p. l»K. >!•»•;. .-.<». thi« vc l-fcumvrt s-pnn-
I Nil -. i! :i:ir and niatiUiJlii Instnicu-r ami
s,.!iu-i, hi;s H'!iu.\eil ii Itooiusi .T- it.. \\i;sli
buru ln:t:o!>.».. .>|.|.csite „,,(,,-, house. Kver<
bwly is i-o.<l. ' y inviicdlo call mid hear him
Hiiy. - - -
Mij i A'i [<[.>s <>i ti.ia:».
V . t< N.
AUV.. TI-lN<i SOIiCIIIMIS to vo:k
i~V our plan in counties: k'oo I results. Box
■-'■: '. Sidney, Id
AtitcVTH i!i:£t-ii tncnttrass t!i» rouutles
»V hi wrhielt they live': under our new |i!itn
they can t«rti frcthi (U:i id M. |ier in«!i;ili;
write fwr particulars. Only those who are
willing to mn!;en hotline to liou«e cniivass in
the country and towns arc wanted. Ladies
i .11 do Hie work ii- weJl as mm. From $,"• to
H"i per day easily matte. No capital re
u;iirv<t. Address L>\ mail only, 1> *, ease of
the lilobtr.
A<<> > ■ .v—\V«!i:[e(!, figci::s for Unnkors"
Lifenssoci«tioi:.st. Paul. Vim: : strongest
I 1 me company furnUhlut: mnra:ilted pro
tcuiou at lowest cost: proiitKt.lo position
(■; i ii in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota
Write for wggticy.
\ l<"Ti(»N \Vediies><Hy. Nov. '>>. nt 22-?4
/i Enst Scvi'!:tli st. Itead want ootnnit».
BLACKSMITH — Wanted, blacksmith:
must be ro .1 horseshoCT and i»bl«j to do
repair work; single man with Bood reference.
('. I. X a :>o. New London, Minn.
I >t»Y wanted. •-• (fast Seventh st . room ,".
CANVASSi'.iiS- '.Vlimed. h"TBt-clas(« male
aud female canvassers for a first-class
book. Add less, with references, North star
S|'j(i.ilty Com puny. P. O. Box 4-13, Minneap
olis, Minn.
C'OAIM \Kii;s _ Two first-class coat-
V-v makers: steady work. V. Fahey & Son.
St. Peter and Martin sis.
DULC. <'.«-i'.iiK — Wanted, drug clerk:
you i:t; man, single prefetred. Address
X IT. Utote.
SOLICITOR."— Wanted, three thoroughly
kj educated ueniienien to solicit sutocrip
t-criptioui for Shakespearian Readings: prof
iuible; travel South. Apply Tuesday or
Wednesday between 10 »nd IS l'J East
TVsitli st. A. P. (.animiiin!.
\\, 1!*Tl Gentlemen to c:t!l and get
* ♦ their working and driving gloves at 11.
V. Scott's, 130 i.«s: Third st.
U" AMM>- ii you are a Catholic, uitemi
ployed. iui'l will work for SIS per
week-, write .VaeConneil Bros.. 11 Franklin
st.. Boston, ]\la*s.
IVAMI.D-Active men in small towns;
» » §:."; per month can be nta4e. and will
prove ii; v.c furnish samples free; write us;
Me will explain. Address Box 53:£," Boston,
?>iass.
Ul AXTKi)-Young people to learn tel
• » esrispby. shorthand, bookkeeping, etc.;
iiiht school, tour nights weekly. Glote
Business College. Eudieott Building.
1 «-H!SII«'.
ARfcNTV wanted to canvass the counties
in which they live: under our new plan
they can eaju from §75 to Jl5O per month:
write for particulars. Only those who are
cviliiuK to make ■ house to noose canvass in
the c:>unry ;ind towns are wuiited. Ladies
cm dn the work us well as men. From $."> to
SI» per d,ty easily made. No capital rc-
•inired. Address bv mail only, D 4, care of
(itoi c.
AI'CT-fJ « Wednesitny. Nov. L'!. at 2:-24
East Seventh st. Bead waul column.
t'OMI'AN.ON —A girl or young lauy emu
' hnd a comtort.Mble home in a family of
two as comimnion mid helpn>a:e to young
murried ludy. Address (> 4. (;h>t>e.
HOI sr.Witlih- Wanted, ■ girl for gen
eral housework. pj:-> Charles si.
DINIXU KitOMGlßLwntifid. Cai! 4t4
JacKson st.
HOI M.WOKR- Wanted, a girt for gen
eritl housevvurk- will pay good wages.
■tS'i Dayton ay.
HOUSi-.WOKK— Good German girl want
ed for general Housework. Call at iSO
East Winifred .st.
HdINi.WOKK -Competent girl wanted
for general housework. 133 West
Fifth st.
HoOKWoiiK— Wanted, girl for Reneiml
housework in small famiiv. aa>
Grove st.
H<»i;>>KK.liKl;4.:ii!»— Attention is called
to the itnctimi saVe ot the CO. Kice
carpet stock and the assigned Mock of Woi
teretorff & Hasten hardware Rock at 22 and
r.'4 Earn Seventh St., on Wednesday, Nov.
~1. commencing at 10 a. m.
1 K>i'.—Wanted, a competent nurse for
I two children Apply .Mrs. H. E. Thouip
son. :,8:; WooOward ay.
\T'- UiS*J IiADV of refinement and 1 good
X address for good paying position, re-
Quiring enemy, education and tact; refer
ences required. Charles Scribuer's Sons, 50:.'
Bank of Commerce. Minneapolis.
Y\" A>Tl I>—l-ady ot good address; snlnry
»» B3Q per month. U«o. S. Cline, siiO
Ce-rtarst.
PI'RSOIALS.
AUK YOt IN TKOtßlr.? — consult
Madame lna Walker, -'life reader." for
fnithful reading of your past, present and
fuiiiie; she will <rnide you in all affairs of
life by a power higher than human; cone-
M.ondence oon(identi»»l; Indies, 50 cents;
gentlemen, $1. KS Wabasha st., opposite
capitol.
MADAM ST. .lOiiNs, clairvoyant, mag
i."l netic" healer, tells past. present and
tuture. li) West Fourth si.
•L.i \">>.i(iisr—Miss Kastman.experienced
i.»l massagist; treats daily and evenings
Vi U nbnshßst.. Etoon 15.
MI.H. UK. i.ka::DOS-Mussase. elec
tric vapor -baths. Over Ye:xa"s, :j4
Kwst, Seventh, Room :; r4; 0 tot), Sundays mc
i tided.
MiiN. |.«M ISfc M-ITMANN-Jlasque
rudeai.fl theatrical masks, wigs;, beards
and L'rcase pniut. S6 Knst -eventh st.
MU:» hi. A. «1 « *.>..*, 15 AM i-. A L.l N>—
i2J Wabasha St.—Magnetic and .nassage
treatment for paralytic, rheumatism ami
nervo«a disease*: also bjiiii* a.nt to ■ v.m
•1] l'>s. 1.1-Wis. exneriencef! uiiissatift:
l'-i hours 1 to 10 dii.ly. ;j:> East .Seventh,
• 39 a:"! :;■>.
jV-1 .voA.riJ-. t. liMVOitT.I, reliable
Ifj prophetic Test and Healing .Medium:
6' years' ex 1 erience. V: Kiuhih «t.. St. Paul.
MAG MCI tC .. i-Ai.; X and trance me
i'X dium. Mr-. Kate Koskins. itlMti VVes-
Sixth st.
PLAIN SIIAJMOK, :;:, cents; facial
sttaniing and manage. 5i cents. itM
Selby. ladies* Lath house;
11 A N'«l:l>—a Rid or young lady as com
♦ » paniou and helpmate to a ycung mar
rietl lady; a family of two ana a comfortable
home. Addretso 24, Oiobe.
*> U{ * As« »KVB-XTII ST _ Expert
>s,»>lJ Massage. Magnetic aud Alcohol
Itathw. Anna of Chicago.
TO EXCHjIJfcBE.
L T i:\\ Roo.isforseca-hind.liysji Kuri'iture
j^ fnd Kxf!)>-.nt.'e < o . '± »n'<t H4 K. "iih *
I>3Ci:SS.U \liIM..
DriKs>i,> and clonks made at low prices:
Brst-clatM tailor work guaranteea At
."■ • M*Rj>a«ha t-t.
nncivi.
PUOf i. •'. M.! X MIS aoauimv
for dancing; new class m<ets Tuesday
and Friday evening; elfi<dren** meet?
every Saturday. Cull or address )-> Hondo st.
A. it. liUii.vliiiHifiiciarir aniDaitar in
Importers of Billiard </loth and Supplies
Altering and repairing done on short Nutlet-
Seioud-lniiid tables bought and sold "20
Eust beveuih Street, St. Paul. Minn
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: TUESDAY MOENINQ. NOVEMBER 20. 18S4.
Mll'A'IIUMf. WAVT!-:«»
»»!<•.
ni!Ti<M:-a situullou whiKoU by a mid
i die Rfjed man as butler: I reliable, sober
nnd t;;iri^h( man. Atlilres» si.> Payne hv. ;
I). R. Uoiinsiii. cohered.
C'OAtJII.UAN — Situation M coiichriiiin:
V * experience in city. U Nelson. I^l7
COgerton st.
COACH H AS— Young man wants shim
v^' ludi us couchmaii: good city references.
itarber }Mio|i, Chamber of commerce Build
ing.
DhI.IVKUYMA.N — I lace to work about
store and deiiverini:: well acquainted:
will work cheap. Kiiward AihUt.-oii, 0 3
>ims st.
pMPLA»IIII-KT- Situation wanted in
i-J either a uho!e.-uie <>r retail store (or
office), good peaamn. l>y ■ young man aged
nineteen : best of city relereuees. Address
11.. '.ai Bast Fifteenth st.
I'MMMKXT — Wanted, position of
any kinu by young man when- he can
have it dome ami devote a portion of his
time to study; salary uu object. KE., 4i»L>
Minnesota st.
FIKttMAN— anted, furnaces to take care
of for the winter by a nrst-class ti reman.
Please call 427 Sol by uv.
HOBTLif£K —A willing and honest young
man wants to take civ of horses, fur
nace; or will wash dishes for his board, mid
po to school M . A.. .141 Kudicctt l>uiidiiig.
PAl'r..;iUNui X— A lirsi-class pai.er
bancer will do papering and kalsomiu
ing it! exchnnge for room rent or board.
Address (. 7. (.lobe.
SUrKIUNTKXDi NT—Position wanted
*J «■< superintendent or electrician of
central station: thoroughly ext>erieuced
Address Northwest Electric Company. 412
SiMeyst.
oi'KMKiitAi'ii; it —An experienced
0 male stenographer wants work ; hew a
fHir kuovrledseof bookkeeping; can furnish
good references from former employers, and
is willinsr to work for a living salary. 1. 11.,
til East Eleventh st.
'Pi,a.hstku- Young man, good teamster,
-I wants a job driving or work around store.
Call or address F. G. G., MS Stryker ay.
117 OUK F..K itii.vKl) — tinted by
» » young man, position in restaurant or
hotel f'-r board and washing; can cool;, wait
on table and mike himselt useful around.
Address at once, W. F. li.. CDS Robert M.
U,'i>KK FO . BOAuD-A poor, but hon
est, young man wishes to work for
board and attend business school. 11. C, 78
Klevpnth st.
UIJK43 2-: * . i_; ; ii \ ["; ■;».
A £. ViAl CKNT average weekly profits on
-^tJ Jj;V.> invested. Prospectus, itemized
statistics free. Benson & Dwyer, Broad
way. New York.
AC'COIJMT.a..Tf'I'A
HM. TKMl'l-l;- PubHc AccouiiiHiitand
» Auditor. (■:crinniii:t Life Hide.. ?t.Pnul.
WHEREAS. DEFAULT; IIaS BK2K
V* made in certain conditions of a mort
gage in writing and under seal, whereby the'
iiower of sale contained it; said mortgage has
become operative, which mortgage bears date
September 'isth, 18Si». mid wns executed by
Caspar Oehrlein and Catherine Qehriem. his
wife, to William, Kiiick. to secure the pay
ment of $l,r>iio.! 0 find interest at the rate of
eisht per cent per annum, the principal and
interest of winch is long since past due:
which mortgage was duly recorded in the
ofliee of (be -Register of Deeds of Ramsey
County. Minnesota, in book iku of Mortgages,
on page 618. on September 28lh. 188»;
and whereas said Mortgage was
by the said William Rinck, by
written instrument bearing dale August 27th,
189% and recorded in theofticc of raid Regis
ter of Deeds on October 3d. 1S!)U, in book ill
of Assignments, on page ISO, duly assigned,
with the indebtedness which* the same was
given to socure. to the nude signed Anton
?.liesen: and whereas.said Anton Miesen.by a
written instrument bearing date October 4th,
18.). and recorded in the office of said Regis
ter of Deeds on October Ulh, 109*, in book si
of Assignments, on page 14; duly assigned
said mortgage to Peter J. Miesen; and where
as. Peter J. AMeseu. by an instrument in writ
ing beating date October 2'ith, IS!)', and re
corded in the office of said Register of Deeds
on November Bth, iB'.H, in book 31 of. Assign
ments, on page duly assigned said mort
gage to said Anton Miesen, who is now the
holder and owner thereof, together with the
indebtedness which the Fame was given 10
secure; and, whereas no action or proceed
ing has been instituted at law to recover the
debt now remaining secured by said mort
gage, and there is now claimed "to be due on
said mortice sixteen h-iimred and thirty
eight dollars and thirty-three cents, ami the
undersigned assignee has paid at tbe dttieuf
this notice 841 lc-lt>o taxes on the property
described in said mortgage.
No«, therefore, notice is hereby give a that
said mortgage will be foreclosed by Kate of
the mortgaged premises therein described at
public vendue to the highest bidder &v the
Sheriff of said county, ut the Fourth street
door of the Court House, in the City of St.
Paul, in said county, on the 3d day of Janu
ary. MKt, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of
thnt day.to pay said sum of fI.riOO.OO with in
terest at the rate of ei«ht per cent per an
num from September :.'4ih. I*o3, and said sum
of $11 IK-100 taxes paid, as aforesaid, with in
terest thereon from the time of payment, and
the costs and disbursements as provided by
law incurred in the foreclosure of said mort
gage, audalso the sum of seventy-live dollars
solicitor's fees for foreclosure of said mort
gage (said mortgagor having cnrenciitecl in
said mortgage to pay the snni of one hundred
dollars as such solicitor's fees).
The premises so to be sold are situated in
said Ramsey County, and are described, and
described in said mortgage as follows: All
that pr-.rt of the west one-half (W. V 2) of the
southwest quarter (S. W Vi) of ibe northeast
quarter (N &. Mi) of section number seven
teen (li), township number twenty-nine (21)),
range number twenty-two (32) west, in said
County and State, described as follows: Be
ginning at a point on the north and south
center line of said section seventeen (17).
three hundred and thirty (330) feet north of
the center of siid section. running thence
east six hundred and sixty (Mvi feet to the
east line of said west one-half (W.i&) of said
southwest quarter (s. w. to) of the northeast
quarter (N.E.«4iof said section: thence north
along said Jnsi-mentiotied lire three hundred
and ninety-six :il)G) feet; thence west six
hundred and sixty (Wj) feet to th* north
and south center line or said section; thence
south along said center line of said section
three hundred and ninety-six (363) feet to
the place of beginning; containing six acres
ot land, more or leas.
Also. bfeginiiinß at the northeast corner of
the piece heroinabove described and con
veyed (being a point on the east line of said
west one-half (W. Xi of said couth
quarter (S. W. ty} of the northeast quarter
(N. E. to) of said section keventeeu (I?)
seven hundred and twenty-six (72b) feet
north of the east atui west center line of said
section, mid running thence north along said
east line of said west halt (W. is) of said
southwest quurlcr (S. \\. \ A) of the north
east quarter (N. li. yO of said section, liv
hundred and ninety-four |.">!>4) feet, to the
north line of said southwest quarter (S. W.
It] of the northeast quarter (N.S.4)of
said section; thence west, along skid last
meiiUoned line one hundred arid forty
and sixty-six huudredths (146.0b) feet:
thence south, parallel wish said east line of
said west half (\\ . Vi) of said southwest
quarter (S. W. i^iof the northeast quarter
(N. E. •*) cf said section seven'een [li). five
hundred and ninety-four (MM) feel; thence
e«st one hundred and forty-six and sixty-six
hundredths (I4»i.fi6) feet tot he place of be
ginning; containing two (i) acres of land,
more ot loss.
Duled November Nth, 1894.
rr ASTON MiKSKN.
Assignee Of Mortgage*.
Jko. II Itks. Attorney of Mortgagee.
OTATE OF MINNESOTA,. COUNTY OF
kl Ramsey-District Court. Second Judi
cial District;
Farwell, Ozmuu, Kirk & Co., a corporation
plaintiff. v«. V.. F. stunt-vain Company, a
foreign corporation, defendant.
The Male ot Minnesota to the above-named
defendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint, of tin; plaintiff in the
above-entitled action, which said complaint
is on file in the office or the Clerk of the «aid
Court, at his office, la si. Paul. AlinnevHa
ami 10 serve h copy of your answer to said
complaint upon the subscribers, ni their
office, in the City of St. Paul.ltainscv Coun
ty, Minnesota, within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive
of the day ot such service; ami if you fail to
answer tin: sui.l compbiint >. iliiii the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in thin action will
use judgment hcmiiki ron for the sum of
*>:t .I* with interest thereon frotn Jan. 1,
tflW, at ibe r»teof ? per cent per annum, to
gether with the costs and disbursements of
thisnetion. A. 3. &J. p. GALBRAITH,
i'laintrt Attorneya, Si. I'ani, Mlnne«eu.
_NITI A'?li>^>i \VAVn:i>.
f'Vnmlr.
A— AT S. Mills.. lii: Hi; « V-> cm
• |fii>yment olii-e. fhst ciiiss domesic
help; ordeib promptly I lied. !4! -MinnesotH
si.. ;u;ur High mliool. 'IVlephtme ill.
COMl'ttsiiiiH- situ.it on as compositor:
refeiencesK'von. Address U 16. lobe.
COOK— Lxpeiionced lady cook would like
a situation in hotel or restaurant, cliy
or country. <.;. ]{„ liox .1, North Meitomo
nie, Wia
COO!\— A first class cook would like to no
out euoldng i.y the day. or will make
dinner for receptions: lirst-class city refer
ence. M. \V.. 4ti.'i it ice st.
i~\ .i lossai a X kk- Comtent dressmaker
mJ wants a few more engagements in fam
ilies; prices cheap; can Ktrc best of city ref
erences. Address I! Hi. cil'hfe. • '
DIJKS!>M/itv!.\«. at home or in families
by experienced dres.s.uaker; good city
reference. 14:< Martin st
EMl'UiVMiiNi —'situation Wanted—A
J-/ strong boy. sixteen years old. wants
work of any kind. all or address W. D. U.
Ko. ."-0 East Eleventh si . -corner -Minnesota.
Hoi.>>.. Vi \>i:iv —a Kill wants to do light
housework in a small family. Addiess
;to.> \\ eM.Lawson st.
HOi!S..VVOK!< - Situation wanted,
colored girl, housework or cook. Call
or address Bl'l Roherl.
HOUSfcWOHK— A youns eirl would like
a place io do light housework, all or
arid res.- 315 Sherman st. ■
HOt'SKKKKVi; —Refined Herman lady
would like to take cure of a household; j
is musical: references exchanged. Address
S. It., 58.) Fuller st.
HOUskkkkpbk- A respectable young
widow, with one child, would like posi
tion as housekeeper; city preferred. Call or
address 450 East seventh st., st.Pnul. Second
floor, in the rear.
HOl'Si k:;i.l'i.K — Position as house
keeper, by middle-aged lady; home
more of an object thun wu^ies, Address Q
141. Globe. • _:
LAIN iIKKSS-Situation Wanted—A first
class-laundress would like a place by the
month, or work of any ';ind by the day. Call
at 139 East Tenth st
jV'LUSK —Wanted—An exierieuced nurse
■t' would like a few more euga^eineiits;
good nurse for sick people. Address 14:.'
Rondo.
[W I'KsK—Situation as sick nui-se wauled :
•1 * be sure of beatoif care; or will take care
of ladies in confinement at home. Mrs. A.
Dncharme. No. 4:42>t Peter st.
IVTUKSK — sick nursing wanted by ex
1' perienced nurse. Call or address 725
Martin si.
jV I'Ksi —i would like a child to care for;
1 ' any age; good home, best of care; good
reference. .Mr* Frainpton, ;'.f>o I»'ice st.
ir,,si-.—Experienced nurse will take any
Ii sick case; city refcreuce given. Address
Mrs. A. Sache. »».">*> C'ortland st.
|VJ iHHtK— Wnnted, by elderly, experienced
11 nurse situauon In or out (if csty; Rood
wweruid knitter: reference given. " C'ali or
address I,'? East Fifth st.
Si ..TN!W;KA*MIi,K—A i.irty woulrt like ft
position asslenoKrupher: will take small
pny; will fnr:iisb type writer one month if
necfssarv. Address a 31, Giobe.
WASHING— Wanted, washiuguud scrub-
Diuj; at 884 Edmund st.
\\J ASlll>O—Woman goes out washing.
V» ironing ana huusefleaniiig. Inquire
at the kitchen of restaurant, No. SSI St.
Pet»r st.
\V ASHINIi—A lady wants to take in
washing and ironing at home, awi Wal
nut St.
WASHING AXUIItUMKGdoDe at 49
' West Ninth st.
WASHING wanted to take home by a
VV flrs'-class laundress; will work very
cheap. Please adaiess iCB Pleasant ay. or
:call after Op. m.
11/ ASHINU — Woman wants washing and
» V ironing to take home. SI Valley st.
Vl/ASHIMi wanted to taKe home; do it
» » good. Mrs. Osen, «58 Thomas st.
WASHING —a womafi wants washing
V* and cleaning to do. Please call or ad
dress 70 West Tenth st., rear.
WAMll>«;-A woman would like to take
in washing. Address M\i Edmund st.
lITwKK FOR BOARD—Wanted
♦ » desires a nice place for the winter to
assist with light work for Hfcnrd aud attend
school; con give me best of references. Ad
dress 4'.H Martin st.. city.
ici:ai, estate FOR -sai;e.
Itlisr**llane»iis.
J^OK SAI.K OK fcXC'HANGK — Two
-L houses and lots in St. Paul Park, beside
station, for Chicago property. Address M.
Cunningham. L-l.i Mnilison nt '.. Chicago, 111.
liOAKIt OFI'KICEIK
BOAKD— Pieasatit.sunnv room; also front
parlor, unfurnished, with first-class
board; - home cooking. Near Selby cable.:
]"».') Nina rv.
B<»AKl>— Choice furnished rooms, viih
board; location unsurpassed. (514 Cen
tral Park place, on Summit ay., near Minne
sota.
BOAKD— steam-heated front room, with
good board for two gentiemen; rvasou
able. 16u College ay.
rpiiK Ml"—Pleasant rooms, with
X board; centrwllj located for business
people. 16.2 College ay., corner Sixth.
FISAKCIALi
UAKKSTOCKS *Bpecl»lty; bonds, coin-
JL» mercial paper, mortgage*, aeuarHiei
bought and sold. George W. Jenks, iuves*
nieut Danker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building. Miiiueatiwlig
IVTONKY ON AM» to loan on city prop
L»a erty and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
VV. F. MoriU, l.tV.i Pioneer Press.
Mo*,.. . , a-> .' on life JiisurKnea ap
iclei; or bought L I*. Van Normaa
61 »uarunty Loan Building. >:iiiiieapoli«
♦jiJ'SO'l'o $.".00 short-time loans procured
Mi/tJKJ on personal property. Ohio Invest
veetinent company, "seventh floor Globe
building.
• OYE WORKS.
ASK inrough the. Globe's Guaranteed
W'anls. and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring result*, or your money
will be returned to you.
*v« your -'Want" with the nearest
Globe agent. See list on this page.
KAHI.KKT & MIMKL - Minnesota
Steam Dye Works. .'« East seventh.
(TIOHB.
ST. AIiAfHA'SACAUKMV Olr MUSIC
O and Art, 28 Bast Exchange BL, St. Paul
I'iauo, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
Huirht. Lessons Klveu in drawing and paiut
uu «'all or »end for uroxne^tns
TTPKWRITKHN.
D EMINUTON TYPKWKITERM — Al-
XV waj« the standard of comparison, al
ways the beat and always have the latent im
provements. Typewriter paper and »npplies
of all kinds. Maohlues for rein. Wyckoff
Scunmii' A HeiH'dlf.t. ut H»<t Fourth st
1»IM1U ASH I\ 4. m M IJI MIX
I ADIKS. CAM, AND SKE OUK $3
I-i dishwashing mnclyne: washes and dries
dif-ho* in three minutes without welling the
hand* :ts»s Jtoberc St., Room 7. Northwest
ern l>inhvrnsljfr Company. Agents wanted.
H'AITKD TO Bl'V.
BJM v.lidl.li O(»oi)s-We will pay the
highest rash price tor good second-baud
household goods; we want no trash. Ryan
Furniture »nd Exchange Co., 14? and 144 East
Seventh »t
IJO«M>»M» CABRIAKES.
pHAKTON for snip or to exchange for a
-*- vice cutter. 214 West Seventh it.
a W_ for wmrr.
}-':.'•"'";' » «-l»^. *.
C. 11 WISCIIKI,* ,
TJie Rental « K tii(,
.."Hak***, m »|M*crinlt}- of U<>ii4liii£
I*ro|»«*Hj\
3O» TOaiaiKiUun liutlulns.
J. W. 6li«'|>ur«l, O4 llnst liii St.
RKN :S 1, OtSJ.; -, hJO U •.: ', VWC . ■!.
■i-V nets ps owners' ngeiit. collects rents:
t-uam-denied ■iwnHninn or 93a, $.•<, $!• ami
>■■ : reduced rental.
tIOIINCS.
/ lOl'TAUfc — Seven-room cottuge. on
Spruce St., cheap. Inquire 557 Cana
da st.
Hl.*!-; —To rent, brick house, six rooms
*-* find alcove; modern improvements; in
first-class repair. Inquire 4> l> est l)flos.
TAVIOU's idCKttNG A<<i.Ni;» —
-1 GLOIJE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. SI ORES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE OF HUNTED PROPERTY AND
.MAKE COLLECTIONS.
npilK UO>UtINKD STOCK of C. O.
A Kiceand WolterstorfF. llasketl &Co will
be sold in auction Nov. 21, at lit in., at 2,'
and u'4 East Seventh st.
Fiat.%. ~~' ~ ~ ■
t^LA 3 >—steam-heated flats, seven rooms,
-*- all modern c»nveniences, hot water, gas
range fixtures, and convenient: reference re
il'.iired. '.i:; ami ii:. Eleventh at
L'Al- Five room flat for rent;' all con
■l- veiiiemes. r(i.'St Anthony tiv
I|>t.AT— At !C>l East Seventh St.—A new
six-room flat, with bath, bewer ana cis
tern water, tor $10 a month. Inquire at 1020
Fauquierst.. near Seventh.
Fi-Al— E:ist Eleventh si., five-room
flat, unfurnished; use of bith: $s a
month.
FLATS— steam-heated flats. $» and $:JO.
Inquire of janitor. 301ScIbyav.
FLAT— For rent, Hal: four rooms: bath, all
conveniences; cheap. l')f»r> Canada.
17 1-AT of seveni rooms, first floor; modern
■ improvements, storm windows i7<> West
Ninth. Apply in rear house. ■
S'TiSAm-HISATISDAPARTniiNTS
O l.\ I'ivu IHl!«i;*T,i A* A ST
KENT laoiSUK; HOi WAsKK,
HAS KAM;!!X, SSIAOKS, SET
WASH ÜBS, I»ATIiI\X CMTHES
a»!E B i:£Cr. fISANI»NO:?SK!^Y t>i:«<>.
KATEDi WELL DOWN TOWN.
FiSO.f? eSIJ to 810. ÜBfKll.
<:O!VC*SSMONS IfIADl<: TO GOOD
"i'KKAK'rS. J. W. SHi;PVK», 94
KAST FOtJKTH ST.
j . _—_ _—
Oiiice^.
SOMK of the best law offices in suites of :
two and three rooms, and two l&ntc single
front rooms on rirst and second floors, with |
large vaults, in the Uilhltuu block. Prices
very low. J. K. Hoffman. .
ftOOUIN.
A— H..TKI, BIlU.Vsfi'.CA, for gentle
*£\.» men only; fifty rcodern •team-heated
'rooms by day. week or month.
/ UI'ITOL HOTJvl—|3Bfe Wabasha St.—
*- y Furnished rooms, with stcum heat; with
or wilJiuut ioard.
CiHTAtw ■■ —Furnished cottage, with storm
doors and windows, until Ist May or
longer. luqulie 469 Dayton ay.
LACK <njK*A"INS. silks, tapestry, car
pets, rugs, etc., at auction Wednesday.
Nov. 21. at 10 a. m.. at 22 and 24 East Seventh
jstrcet.-,::,. - ■• . . -- . , , .
LVOjN.n iOf isT—Between Ninth and
.Tenth Sts.. on Sii.iey— Elegantly tur
nished rooms, single and cii suite, with table
board; steam heat.
ROOMS— For rent, thiee nice and com
fortable rooms, cheap: good location;
with or without board: furnished or unfur
uished. Call ?Ji) East Seventh -st.
Stores,
StttHt: — For rent, store No. 423 West
Seventh st. ; four-room house in rear it"
West seventh : good bam, three double stalls,
rear 43 West Seventh. Inquire «i'J7 West
Seventh, or 281 Rondo st. '
AUCTION S4I.FN.
liarumigla «1 Johnson. Auction
cers.
AUCTION — Fine household furniture,
carpets, lace curtains, bilks, etc.. at pub
lic auction. We will sell at public auction,
in our salesroom,Nos. 22 and 24 East Seventh
St., on Wednesday. Nov. 21, at It) a. m. and 3
p. in., a large assortment of merchandise,
consisting of the following .goods: Four
very handsome oak bedroom suits, large oak
hail tree, elegant parlor suit of five pieces,
one Emerson piano, a Western cottage
organ, sideboard, extension tables, dining
room chairs, sofas, folding bed. hole
cooking range with water front. The fol-
I lowing out of C. O. Rices carpet stock:
Over 10 rolls of Royal Wilton carpets, '.5 rolls
of Axminster. and over 2,000 yards of in
grain carpets, rugs. Irish point lace cur
tains, over 35 bolts of drapery silk aud tapes
tries. Out of Wolterstorff & Haskell hardware
stock: 10J pairs of skates, brass and copper
cooking utensils, tinware, knives, forks,
silverware, table and teaspoons, carving
knives, porcelain-lined cooking utensils of
all descriptions. If you want to furnish
your home cheap with good goods, attend
this sale. Kavanagh & Johnson, 22-24 East
Seveuth >t.
ATitKAIBMDOUSEFFOKT to unload
goods. On Wednesday. Nov. 21. at 10
a. m. and 'i p. m.. in our salesroom No 22
and 24 East seventh St.. we shall sell the
balance of the C. O. Kice carpet and drapery
stock, as well as the assigned stock ot
Wolterstorff. Haskeil * Co.. hardware stock;
consisting of 10 rolls of Uoyal Wilton. l"i rolls
of Axminister and 2.oJO" yards of ingralu
carpets, rugs of all sizes and dtscriptions.
Irish point &nd Brussels net lace curtains. •.'.">
bolts of the highest quality of drapery silks
and tapestries, fringes, etc. 100 pairs of
skates, brass and copper ware, porcelain,
linea cooking utensils, table aud teaspoons,
ca-viiiß kniTes. forks, teakettles of all sizes,
bird cages, woodenware. etc. Yy all means
attend this sale for bargains. Kavauagh &
Johnson. Auctioneers, 'ii and 24 East
Seventh st.
_•'■•' itliHcei lHuei>ii.<*.
AI.CTTOX— A. S. Weller. the Seventh st.
(installment jeweler, "No. 28 East Sev
enlli st., between cedar and Wabasha streets,
continues to sell watches, jewelry and clocks
■at auction ; sales daily, 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and
S":3op. in.; alt ladies attending our sales nr«
jtiven a ticket free, which entitles the holder
to a chance at the free drawing for » dia
mond ring, a gold watch, or some at tide iv
silver, drawings take place daily.
'■■'Ui LOST AWP HH 111.
BOA l,4)vT-On Seventh st. car. Sunday
iLJ afternoon, fur boa. Return to tiiobe
office, receive reward.
/_. ; ; *"*• ■ >
DO» lOST—Deer hound, black, with tan
mark; braided rope collar, with key
ring on: a liberal reward will be paid for his
return to 708 Olive st. Will A. Lee.
MAKEWITBiOM LONT—Ou Satur-
K day afternoon, a blue-gray mare with
Colt; finder please return to Robert Asten.
South St. Paul, and receive reward.
Yl/ATOH LOST-A lady's gold watch.
» » Saturday, near Congress and I'ayue or
Robert and Ninth; reward for return. Ad
dress H. C. filohp. '
f«B MAI.C
A SON Wednesday. Nov. 21, at 22-24
Kast Sgveuth Bt. Read want column.
KLL lost—solid bell made of same
metal at Columbian Liberty bell: name
and date .Inly 4, IT7B. engraved thereon.
Finder please return to Globe office and re
coive liberal reward.
IJHJYCLK— A good. nrst-clHss, high-grade
v bicycle for sale cheap, on account of
It-avipg town. Apply nt once at &>; Siblt> »t.
Ei.I.WKIHKK & HUO*., wholesale and
J retail dealer* in vegetable*; tirHi-jlasu
Montana potatoes at He bushel. Ciiy Mai
kei, stall 12. S«venth and St. Peter.
Fl^^*' iri4NlTllrtl<> •'•'■ pet*, glassware,
X dishes, etc.. a) auction on Wednenday,
Nov. at, at 10 a. in. and 2p. m at U and 24
ratt seventh st.
tjTOTE — Radiant Home No ts; parlor
i-> cookstov*. 231Rond6st.
JOLLIEST JUVENILES
HERE THEY ARE! SCAT!! LOOK AT 'EM!!!
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BY
« 7" AUTHOR OP ~~" " ~"
■; a J^lT \ The Brownies," -^JllLa J*k^/^
• Widely Famous ;^^S^&&^
°^^T T^' -J as
THE PRINCE OF JUVENILE ARTISTS
This new production V ™~~ " I PEASANTS, FOXES,
from the pen and pencil >&^§) RATS, MICE, BIRDS,
of Palmer Cox—whose *&Smt INSECTS, ELEPHANTS,
world-wide fame as the jfgls^W ' etc describing their
greatest Juvenile Artist • £j^ R~^SL, strange adventures and
of this age— literally JIPP^ If^llnlW their qUaint conversa"
crammed from cover to ilQm WIST tio" ' theii FROLICS «
cover with ROLLICKING f^CWw sg^S% ESCAPADES, FLIRTA
FUN for LITTLE FOLKS ! /^^^^~^ =^^Sp- x J TIONS, COURTSHIPS,
and BIG FOLKS, too. WEDDINGS, etc., etc., all
It tells of the most ||§L^ pT^ ? jfX^T of which are illustrated
remarkable and ludicrous sKE^ '"* f ' \ in that unapproachably
experiences of FAIRIES, 4»< . ,> humorous and grotesque
GIANTS, KINGS, —*-2:^—----S^^L^ style peculiar to our gifted
clowns, pixies, I „..... .:; ""— •*■■ —- »* j author Palmer Cox.
Obtainable Only Through The GLOBE
J AJ
have the option of 25,000 sets for our READERS, and the
"■"^ exclusive supply for this city
NO COUPONS. Just a Christmas Treat for our LITTLE PEOPLE.
T?ie saw a chance to give the children of its readers a great treat
by securing an option on 23,000 of these book*, and determined to distribute them to the first
that cam*, at 10 cents each to cover cost by the 25,000 lots. They are genuine Palmer Cox
books, and beauties. Speak quick for they wont last long. Each book is complete in itself.
A. WONDERFUL ITTJIVINY SERIES.
<—• IT IS BY A. WONDERFULLY GIFTED AUTHOR.
SOLD AT 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 V
PITiHT ROfWQ THIRTY-TWO PAGES EACH Price to Our Readers
FlfiHT RHHk'C abolitfiftypictures «*\ t
L^lVilll LIV/VflVO ILLUMINATED COVERS 11!/"* A «fj ft Si
ISSUED WEEKLY M\fV© Wd.lyfi.l
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.
—*^7THE FIRST OF THE SERIES IS^**—
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HfHlf til Ppt ThlMI— Come or send to our offi cc IO cts •• and we deliver or
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