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A«k (lie boy vtlio roll* tlie -paper*
(■-ltd he will 101 l you niore about
Circulation than all tlie affidavit*
Hal can be publitltcd. Juil try It
*i:d you will be (ouUmcu iktai vi«
< J, bo lea«St> ail.
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12 Mi WAXVTS BY MAIL.
/li fTaiii Ads, ore rent a woid each inser
tkn. Koihiiig ies-s than 15 cents, Adver-
I:wrrent6 from out-of-town sent any day by
n f.ii to the Globe, accorauanied by remit
uiie i.i stove rate, will te invariably In
ttitec the following morning.
WARTS CAN BE LEFT
/ 1 the Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe, at the Same Kates as
Charged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON KILLS.
C.E. Marelius „ Drugstore
< Ol{. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
I. Jurgcson Grocery Store
. PAYNE AY. AND REANEY ST.
'%'. &G. A. Schumacher Drug Store
■ M PAYNE AVENUE.
A.Konnaan Grocery Store
tOR. BUBB AND MINSEUAHA.
DAYTOS'S BUFF.
11 vcr Westby Drugstore
i 7: BAST THIRD STREET.
3. C. Var.cJerßie.lce Cream & Confectionery
515 EAST SEVENTH ST.
HAMLINE,
1 (inline Pharmacy. . Drugstore
:;'U &NELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
JcsephArgay Drugs re
COKXERtfIiOVE AND JACKSON STB.
Merrill News Stand
•i-1^ BKOADWAT,
RBIRU *J PAKK,
A. L Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR A.VS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
W.A.Frost &Co Drugstore
tELBI AND WESTERN A VS.
Rimigbi Bros Drugstore
RONDO AND GROTTO
A. A. CsmpT;ell ... . Drugstore
235 RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STB.
A.T. Guernsey .. ..Drugstore
. 171 DALE STREET.
E.XcCrodden Confectioner
48t EICE STREET.
_
I MON PARK,
C. A. Mo:,(-Low Cigars ana Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PKIOR AYS.
I PPKK TOWN.
Reeves Drugstore
iIOOKE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETES £i;d TENTH STS.
-J-"'vnte Drugstore
£«J MARKET, CORNERFIFTir
WE-Lowe Drugstore
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
*.T.WH.rott&Co Drugstore
COR. RICK AND IGLEIIART.
WifST BKVEKTB STREET.
/.. & D. A. Schumacher Drugstore
4i# WEST SEVENTH ST.
>-*.»Hner DrugSto'
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
WEST MU|;
*J.':c Eel;] Drag Store. .
i». HOL'fiKT AND FAIRFIELD AY. '
<Tr>uniJ .cigar and News Stand
•S3 S. ISOHERT STREET.
Ce0ie>1ar11...c:....... ..::.,..DrugStore
'X WABASIIA AND I"A IK FIELD AY.
0-Berne »..../„-.-.. HarberShop
-272. rAIKFISLDAT. .
jrd street l» rftl i<Tl 0 ii O Oruj Sior«
COKIJ£I> STATE Ar.l) CONCORD.""*
*•''•»*•" r .. Drugstore
ccb:;£3s. fIrAUASHA and ISABEL,.
KIT! ATIONN OFFF.ESi:i>.
■ttj» !«•<«.
AUVl<:itTl»ilN<> KOLICITURN to work
our plan in counties; gool results. Box
-•3". Sidney, 16. : - '. ■.-■ ■
AOKNTS to take orders by sample at home
«w travel. We pay liberal salary and
expenses or Rood commission:and furnish
samples to right applicant. - Address Lock
Box K;M. New York t-itv. t -
AUISXTS wanted to canvass the counties
IX in which they live: tinder our new plan
they can earn from $>r> to $15> per month;
write for particulars, Only thoso who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country and towns- are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. From S3 to
$15 per day easily "made. No capital re
aaired. Address, by mail only, D 4. care of
the Globe. - .
AG * NTS—Wanted, agents for Hankers'
Life association, St. Panl.Minn.: strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest'cost; profitable position
open lv St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
Write for agency. :
BKST WOOI> AM) COAL at louest
prices. Best maple, $,">. Leave orders
Stall 28, Market House, Wabasha side.
BllA. POSTER — Man wanted to post
bills. Inquire at Reeves' drug store,
beren corners,- Monday moraing:
BOY— steady bar wanted with limited ex
perience- in typesetting;. Star Printing
Company. 319 Jackson.
LACKSMITH — Wanted, blacksmith;
must be good horseshoer and able to do
repair work; single man with good reference.
C. K. Kia^ise. New London, Miim.
CAN VASSKRS-Wanted, first-class male
and female canvassers for a first-class
book. Address with references. North Star
Specialty Co., P. O. Box 44:t. -Minneapolis.
CARVEJiTKKS. AiTI.?«TI()\-A meet
V/ ing will be held at Labor hall Tuesday
evening at 7:30.
>'E BASS VOICE and one tenor for
Catholic choir; must be accurate and
strong;: salary moderate; knowledge of Latin
not necessary. Rev. J. F. Dolphin. '299
Case st.
OIiOhMAKKR-Wanted.a first-class shoe-
O maker. Nic Wilwer, 141 hast Third st.
Y\j A>"ll-:i»— man to manage
*» branch office: position permanent:
salary $1,200 and commission. Must furnish
$GttJ is assist in carrying stock. Address
Manufacturers. Box '<&.). St. Louis, Mo.
U/A>'ii:i>— Four younc men and ladies
»» to lenru telegraphy: can earn board.
Globe Business College. Kudieott building.
WANTED — Sufferer from rheumatism,
there is yet relief tor you, although
other remedies failed. Try "the Russian
Rheumatic Remedies and you will believe
this.
117 ORK FOR BOARD — Middle-aged
» » man wanted to work for his board; a
good home, Call at 452 St. Peter st.
female.
AGKXT.S wanted to canvass the counties
in which they live; under our new plan
they can eaaii from 575 to £150 per month;
write for particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to "house canvass in
the country iificl towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. From S"> to
$15 per day easily made. No. capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
Globe.
Canvasser— Lady canvasser for "The
Woman's Book:" sells at sight; salary
or commission; exclusive territory, refer
ences required. Charles Schemer's Sons,
502 Bauk of Commerce. Minneapolis,
DHKSS3IAK.KK wanted; must be first
class cutter arid fitter;.none other need
apply. Call Sunday evening or Monday
morning. Room 3,1/2!) NicoHet, 2orner Sev
enth. Minneapolis. ♦
HODSKKEKPKH — Wanted, a lady to
keep house for a widower; four chil
dren; good home. Apply 1047 West Sev
enth st. ;:-.c";_
HorsKWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
small family. 776 Rondo st.
nODSKWOKK-Wanted, a good sir! to
-1-J do general housework. !i43 Nelson ay.
IIODSEWOEK-Girt wanted. 285 Sibley.
HpUsER'OKK-A good general house
work girl at 555 Grand ay., corner oi
Oakland ay.
HOUSEWORK - Thoroughly competent
girl wanted for general housework in
family of tour adults; references required;
call Monday forenoon. 337 Ashland ay.
HOUSKWOXK — Wanted, girl to assist at
light housework and company for lady;
small wages. !iOB Fjilier st.
FFICK WOUK-Wanted, experienced
young lady for office position: also sales
lady. Address Z 19, Globe.
HoUSKWOKK-Girl wanted for genera:
housework; family of two 561 St
Peter st.
HOU»i;WO :K— Wanted, girl for house
work. on farm, Rosemount: fair wages.
424 Wabasha. "- ;>.
OUSKWOKK-Girl for general house
work. 1021 Fauquier st.
<>USKWOKK-Girl wanted for general
housework. BBS East Fourth st.
JUPITER RKMEDIES are sold by all
O druggists.
rp\T^Wi:iTK.>; having use of machine
-1- to write about fifty letters; state where
advertiser can see you Monday between 10
and 'i o'clock. Address S 20. Globe. '
WANTED— A lady familiar with while
»> work; must be refined and forcible
Address F 12. Globe.
WANTED— Dressmakers, sewing girls,
and all interested in dressmaking, to
call and examine French Ideal System; given
and taught Torgl. 444 Wabashasi.
fIMAMUIMJL
ANK STOCKS a specialty; bonds, com
■MJ mercial paper, mortgages, eecuriues
bought and sold. George W. Jcuki, invest
ment Banker, Minnesota Loau aud Trust
Building, MiTineapglig. .
ONf.V ON HAND to loan on city prop
erty and farms; lowest rates; no delay
W. F. Aloritz. l.ii.i Pioneer Press.
Mo:i... 'i.>.a;i .- oul:Ie insurance ap
i'l lcie»; or lonsrht. I. I. Van .Normsu
61 <.uarmity Loan Building. JMiiuieapolU
WANTKD— jTiOiiloan on 1*450 manufac
* » turinsf stock; will pny is per cent and
give silent partnership interest in new com
ijany. Address A ij. Globe.
<fcfjATO $:*0 short-time loan* procured
i^fUKJ on personal property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building. . -•
KKAI. ESTATE FOR HUB.
House* for Sale.
EVEN-KOOM HOI SE in good l^caltty
for sale on easy terms; will take vacant
lot in part payment. V 10. Globe.
- Suburban.
FOR SALE— Seventeen acres, suitable for
■»- garden or dairy; little cash, balance on
easy terms. Inquire owner, Thomas Bell
Gladstone, Minn.
Miscellaneous.-
/■^AisH III) tour nice residence lots In
v-/ good locality nt a tremeudous bargain.
Address Z 17. Globe. '
LOTS in Summit Park addition lots
J-i on University avenue, near Dale st, lor
sale cheap by owner. 323 Jackson st.
INSTRUCTIONS.
uri/rozzAßA's" private dancing
i-fJ. Academy—«2o Central Park East—
"The waltz taught in six private lessons."
tJifcMOIiKAI'HKKK Wftuted to join
K> speed dictation classes. | Tuition, $2 50
month. Complete conr»e in stenography
and typewriting. 820. or*a.So month. Beit
system. 60 Germania Life Building.
ST. AGATHA'S ACAI»J£MV OJr~M€Jhl€
w and Art, «> Ktit Exchange St. St Paul-
JKiono, violin. «uit»r. banjo aud mandolin
aught. LeMonis given In drawing end paint
ag. C>UptNa4Cw»Muwtiii- .•
THE SATJ^T PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNTN-q. NOVEMBER 26, m%.
SITUATIONS WA.VrKlfc : ';;;■
'^..:':%^ t,. ;t>T Hln|«j,... ... .r _"
/^ASlllEKVMautedi"a position as cashier
%~> or tcneral oflice work; best of refer
ences. Answer N SU. Globe. „,. .
CM>I,I,EOTOU-Wan,ted. position as col
■> loci or or solicitor.:: have had three years'
experience m city; best of references.' Ad
dress J J&Glohe. oa . .
D^IVKII wants work' driving a delivery
AVflgon, or work around some store; very
useful and willing; in need of work and well
acquainted in the city. Address Driver, 450
K«st Sixth st. v \= < i' - " .
DRIVKK— Wanted, position todrivj laun
dry wagon; thoroughly i cquaiuted iv
city. P. li. W., :jCS Summit place.
EMI'LrOYMJENT— A young man of good
education, first-class penman, wauts
position of any kind; beat of references. J
10. (.lobe.
EMPLOYMENT —Gentleman of educa
tion and business experience desires
employment for two or three hours daily.
Address ,I 2:\ Globe.
EMPLOYMENT— Position of any kind
wanted by a young man; is well ac
quainted in ibe city, and has the best of ref
erences. Address L. P. Miller, 871 Burr.
EMFJ.OYMEIST— a young man of twenty
would like situation of some kind: can
take care of horses aud is well acquainted
with city; can speak and write English and
Scandinavian; has the best of references;
will work cheap. Address 774 Pftuqoier st.
EMPLOYMENT —Young man wants work
of any kind. F 11, Globe.
PHARMACIST, registered, desires per
manent position: speaks English aud
French; highest references. Druggist, 349
Wabasha st.
SITUATION wanted by a man who is will
ing to do any kind of work, either in or
out of city. Call or address I). M., 448 St.
Peter st. city.
WOKK FOR BOARD—Wanted, by a
young man. any kind of work for
board and be allowed to attend school. J.
H.. 6H Kudicott Building.
Female.
BOOKKEKt'KK — Position wanted by
lady as bookkeeper, cashier or office
work of any kind; best city references. 270
Earl st.
CL.KRK— A trustworthy young lady would
like half-day positino either clerking or
as office a>-sistant; understands typewriting.
Call or addretss 2;j!KS Bajrlens ay.. city.
(^OOK— Experienced cook would like situ
> ation, Call 'Jls West Indiana ay., West
St. Paul.
CWMI'AMOX- Young lady desires posi
* lion ns companion; is willing to do
writing or Inrht work mornings in exchange
for board and room. Call or address F., 4^o
Mount Ida.
COMFO -I.T(»i:-Ladv wishes situation
as compositor; references famished.
Address N 30, Globe.
DRKSSJW.AK i NG-A young widow would
like to do dressmaking or plain sewing.
Address Mrs. Maskl..4i) West Ninth st.
DiiKSSSIAKKR- An experienced dress
maker wants tewing by the day in fam
ilies. Call or address 215 Rondo st.
HOttSKR! KIKK-KeSned German lady
would like to take cure of a household";
is musical: references exchanged. Address
8. X., 58) Fuller st.
HOCSfiWOBE- A girl would like a pluce
to do housework. Call or address i(45
Sherman st.
HOUSEWORK— A young lady (English)
wants situation to do general housework
in small family; can sew; comfortable place
more an object. M. H.. 471 Partridge st.
HOUSKKKEFER —A middle-agc-fl lady
wishes situation as housekeeper; is
good sewer and first-class cook; can give best
of city reference. Call 34 vVest Indiana ay.
Hoi; [-.WORK-A young widow would
like a good place for general house
work; best of references given: wages not
less than $15. Call or address 457 Univer
siiy ay.
HOU.SKkh,KP£R- A position as house
keeper, by a midale-aged lady; city or
country. Address Q 141, Globe.
T AUADRESS — A first-class lauuUress
A-i would like rough-dry washing to do at
home; good work guaranteed; clothes called
for and delivered. Address Laundress, 456
East Sixth st.
OKAMSTRF.SS—A girl wants a position to
*J do sewing nnd assist in light housework;
is a good seamstress. Address 438 .Minnehaha
st east, city.
OiTUATION wanted by cook; also second
O girl and German gitl for housework.
yS Seiby ay.
OTiiNOGRAPPtKR — A competent lady
O stenographer would like a half-day po
sition; understands law and mercantile
work: copying done. 60 Germania Life.
Fourth and Minnesota sts.
WASHING and ironing. 49 West Ninth
* ♦ St.
W' ASHING—Wanted, washing to take at
home. Call at 22ti I-tondo st.
\T7" ASHING—Wouman eoes out washing.
V* ironiiig nud housecleaning. Inquire
at kitchen of restaurant. No. 511 St. Peter st.
PFOSOSALS.
ALWAYS RKLIABLK—Madame feits
worth: prices reduced 53 cents; thirty
years' experience. U Eighth st.
AN INTELLIGENT LADY with some
capital has the opportunity to become a
first-class clairvoyant. Address X 20. Globe.
ARE .or IN TROUBLE? Cousult
Madame Ina Walker, "life reader,'' for
faithfui rending of your past, preseut and
future; she will guide you in all affairs of
life by a power higher than human: corre
spondence confidential: ladies. 00 cents;
gentlemen, $l. 505 Wabasha st., opposite
capitol.
MARRIAGE PAPKR in plain sealed
wrapper; 2.0J0 description*, many
wealthy; 2 cent*. Mr. and Mrs. Drake, 15*5
Washington st., Chicago. 111.
[1/1 ADAM ST. JOHNS, clairvoyant, mag
-1»A uetic healer, tells past, oresent and
future 130 West Fourth st.
MASSAGIST— Mifcs East man.experienced
massaßist; treats daily and evenings.
430 Wabasha St.. Room 15.
[VI RS. ALICE AUSTIN, clair\oyant; card
L»X readings, S3 cents. No. it> West Bx
hanKe St., near Wabafha.
MRS. DR. RKARDON-Massace.electric
vapor baths. Orer Yeixas, ;j4 East
Seventh, Room «M; » to 9, Sundays in
cluded.
MRS. IXH'IKK NkITMANN-Masque
rade and theatrical masks, witrs, beards
ajid grease paint. 56 East seventh st.
MRS M. A. ITCMCT) BAUKAI.OO-
C24Wabasba Magnetic and jias*age
treatment for paralytic, rheumatism and
nervous di«»*«ei : also baths 9 a.m. to I D.m
(VIiHS HELKN I>E VKARK, manicuring
i*x and massage; satisfaction guaranteed
No. 2? East Seventh st.
fVI K8- H ATE MOSKINS, ueva West Sixth
i-'-I. St.; trance medium aud magnetic
healer.
1/IRS. 1-KVVIS, experienced irmt-sagist;
I*l hours 10 to 10 daily. 35 East Seventh
Koouis:".) and 30.
WANT*.U-To adopt, boy baby, two or
four weeks old; state referem-eu and
complexion; a good home. Address A"6
Globe.
\\T ANTED— To know the whereabouts of
• » Rosalia Krawczak, wife of George
Krawczak,iwho was last seen on Western uv
corner Kdmnnd -St.. Oct. 80. Any informa
tion will be thaiikfullr received and Inform
er rewarded by George krawezak, Ed
mund it. :.•■•,-:.:•■-
WANTKD-lf you. are sutteriug from
»» rheumatism you want to know ttt&t
Riibsian Rheumatic Liniment will give yon
immediate relief. -r, • - -/
V*^ EAST SEVENTH ST. _ Expert
«fr .Was^e- v Magnetic and Alcohol
ISailiß. Anna of Cbicngo,
ACCOUNTANTS
H*- TKMFHp-Vabll« Aocquaiaat sod
• Auditor.. G&tjbjiaU 14^ fiM&^u!jUMK
Farmer Cair—Say, squire, does thet "con." stand for con
fidence er consolidated?
for re!«t.
V, 11. WnCBELL,
The Rental l^«'iit.
Makes a S]»<'<>ialtj of Renting
Proi»erty. '. " -:|
309 Manhattan Building; i
J. W. »he|>ar(l, »4 Kast 4th St.
j> Kirn HOUSE*, STORK«, «>FF/CKS
IV acts as owners' agent, collect's rents: I
steam-heated apartments for $:.■(', $:.'5, $oj aud
Wi'- reduced rental.
______^^^ Houses. Vs=*
TAViOK'S KKNTIJ.K A«KKOi' i
GLOBE BUILDING —WE REN'Pi
HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHAKOEOr KENTED PROPERTY \ND '
-MAKE COLLECTIONS.
CIOTXAGK— For rent, small cottage, 3*6, j
• Rondo, corner Western. • ■ I J
WTTAGK—Furnished cottage, with storm i
v- doors and windows, until Ist May or
longer. Inquire 409 Dayton ay.
pOTTAGK-Seven-room cottage on Spruce
*-^ st. Inquire ■'.-.? Canada st. r>
CiOTTAGEi- For rent, cottage 457 Laurel
■>■ ay. Inquire 425 Ashland. ,*F; ,
potl'AGK-For rent, cottage CBU .Tes^a
•KJ- mine bt. east. MnqnireS'i) jessamine * '
pOTTAGK-Forrent, cottage, nWrooms;
V- city water, sewer, cellar, woodhouse;
253 Fourteenth st.: rent §10.
L-UKSISHPI) HOUSES AND I'NFL'R-'
X 1 NISHED FLATS; HOUSES LOWER'
TOWN. VERY CHEAP INDEED. TAY
LOR'S RENTING AGENCY. j : }'
HOUSK— To rent, good, warm nouse. No
325 East Ninth st. Inquire next door. 327.
HOUSE— Seven-roomed house suitable for
one or two families; first-class coudi
tion; cheap. 505 Marion st.
HOUSE— Seven-room brick bouse for rent
Apply 400 Virginia. . :.f i
HOUSE— For rent, dwelling, 405 Ashland
Bay. Inquire 429 Ashland.
•■•';'■"'": ■; Flats.
LAT of seven rooms, first floor; modern"
JL improvements, storm windows. 170 West
Ninth. Apply in rear house. •
PLATS— For rent, three, four and five- I
■- room flats and four furnished rooms j
reasonable. 456 East Seventh st.
17 LAi— Steam-heated apartments, seven
X room?, gas range nxtures, hot water
double windows, shades, laundry, etc. Ref
erences required. <J3 and «5 Eleventh st.
l7 1'AT~For rent, nice four-room first-floor
A flat; bath, grate, hot water, cellar, store i
room, storm.windows and everything con
venient: good neighborhood; central. IBBV2
East Fourteenth st., near Jackson.
FLATS FOR RKNT-SlO, f» ' aud 816;
best for the money in the city; houses I
at 85and upwards; see us before renting
11. 11. Schulte & Co., 103 East Fourth st.
pLATS—Steam-heated flats for rent; S2O
X and $X). Apply to janitor. 3SO Selby ay.
CONCESSIONS.
.1. W. »liepar<l has for rent some
first-class apartments in modern
apartment nouses; location excel
lent. Liberal • oncesiions made to
stricllj" first-class tenants. J. W.
Sbepard, 91 East Fourth.
Office*.
SOME -of the best law offices in suites of
two and three rooms, and two large single
front rooms on first and second floors, with
large vaults, in the Gilfilian block. Prices
very low. J. K. Hoffman.
...Rooms. •
-HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day. week or month. .
BROADWAY ST., 551—For rent, pleasant
front parlor; private family. - ; . ; .
fANADA ST., 592—For rent, furnished pt
v> unfurnished rooms suitable for liglrt
housekeeping.
pBDAR ST., 637— Nicely furnished front
v> alcove room for rent.
CTEDAIi ST., 528—For rent, rooms en suite
J or single; front rooms.with alcoves: wjth
or without board; steam heat, gas and bath
CHARLES ST.. IS4—For rent, four rooms;
city water and sewer: ground floor.
pOLLEGE AY., 70, WEST-Nicely fttr-
V/ nished front room, all modern conven
iences, suitable for two gentlemen; refer
ences.
DAYTON AY.—Between Kent and Dale—
Large, nicely furnished room for one or
two gentlemen; gas, heat and bath: private
fnmily; references required. Address 815
Globe.
Dl-KVENTH ST., 63 fc AST-Near Capitol
J-< — troct room, with alcove, mauteL gas,
heat, bath; suitable for two; also single
room.
PIFTH. 234. WEST-Thml Flat-Fnr
-» niched steam-heated rooms, with bath
and gas.
rBAJIKLiN »T.. 405-Furnishcd front
•*■ alcove room; also 6ide room; electric
light, bath and heat; rent reasonable.
LM>l RTII ST. NO. 48 WEST — Nicely
X furnished front rooms, suitable for two,
or for lndy or gentleman.
t FOURTH ST.. 143 WEST - Furnished
rooms for rent, in suites or single, with
bsth.
HAOI'I AY., 721—Furnished room In
private family, with or vntnout board.
HOTEL BAKTEAI7, 43-For rent, large
uufurnlshcd front room; all con
venience*.
HOTISI. BARTEAL, 59-Oue furnished
room.
I a ABT. NO. 81— Four Bios rooms for
1' rent, ({round door; all improvements;
desirable vi every respect; $16 per month.
NINTH ST., 156. WEST— Second Floor—
L,»r«# front rooai, oii-ei/ tiuniibtdi
CAUTIOUS.
FOR BEST. .
i-.^.j 2C«>osn».
NKLSOX. AY., 243—Nicely furnished front
1™ alcove room; with or without board.
ST.,. EAST23S—Front room fox
' rent. ,V;.
KICK. SSl—Corner College—A nicely fur
. nished room with heat.
13 OOMMATE wanted foryouugman; aiso
i-V table boarders wanted. 208 Nelson ay.
oO3lS—Neatly furnished rooms for rent
XV from S3 to §10. Apply at 800 Cedar Bt.
RONDO ST.. -,'sl— For rent, upper or
lower part of modern house, furnished
|dV unfurnished: references required.
I ROOMS — Ten minute? from postofiice,
! XV near Madison school; heat, gas and
f private bath; lady or gentleman; reference
I exchanged. Address M 16. Globe.
R ousts —Five elegant, rooms for rent
cheap; half block from cars; city water
and sewer connections. Apply 274 Good
rich ay., corner West Seventh. ?*• ..;*■
ROOMS— For rent, three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire
at 29tj Fuller st. . \
OBKRT ST.. f>3s—For rent, nicely fur
nished room, with bath and neat; 87
per month; no objections to light house
' keeping. - -
RONUO ST., 185— Near. Rice St.—Nicely
furnished iront room for rent. j
RONDO ST., 403—For rent, two rooms,
furnished complete for housekeeping;
cistern and city water.: -» ... ....
CEVENTH, 255. WEST-Choice furaished
O rooms"for rent. .. „ • . .
BELBY AY., 485 — For rent, three un
-0 furnished rooms; city water and sewer.
KLBlf AY., 262Vs—Fornished room for
rent on St. Anthony hill for two gentle
men ; furnace heat and bath. j ■
SEVENTH ST.. 228 KAST—Farties' look-
ing for good rooms for the winter, fur-
I nished or unfurnished, at low rates.
SEVEN ST., 533 WKST—Five modern
rooms, second floor, in fine rendition;
I storm windows: cheap.
SMITH A V.. 113. KORTH- Two fur
nished rooms in private family; all mod
reu conveniences; rent. $4 and $8.
SMITH AY., 127—Desirable furnished
front rooms; furnace heat, bath and
gas; private family.
ST. PKTER ST., 630-Between Summit,
and Iglehart—Newly furnished room,
with board; modern; use of parlors and
piano. -
SUMMIT AY., 56. EAST—For rent, fur
O nished room in steam-heated outside
flat; third floor. .
TENTH ST., 9; Wi-.ST— For rent, room;
-I 84.00 per month; bath included.
TENTH ST., 93, WEST—For rent, fur
-L nished front and alcove; private fam
ily: beard if desired.
KNTH ST., 370, EAST—Nicely fuT
1 niched front room, well heated, gas.
bath; central location; rent reasonable.
rpi4K MAKTIN— and 251 Selby Ay.—
-L . First-class rooms and board.
WABASHA, 628— young men who
»» wish to economize can find two com
fortable, cosy furnished rooms very reasona
ble : private family. v
11/ ABASH A ST.. 523Vj—Corner Tenth St.
•V ■ ■ —Furnished rooms lor rent; rooms
kept warm; place quiet.
ABASHA ST., 357-Room 1-Nicely
VV furnished rooms; steam heat: all
conveniences; ten minutes' walk from post
office; call Monday.
ASKINtiTON ST.. 367 — Furnished !
room for rent: rent reasonable. j
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DYE WORKS.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring resuite, or your money
■will be returned to yon. .-.-,- ■. .'.
LKAVK your "'Want" with the nearest
X_i Globe agent. See list on,this page.
I <T7"AHLKRT & MIKTEL — Minnesota
■IV Steam-Dye Works. 244 East Seventh. ■
H chiropody.
OOD THING for sore feet. Good Luck
VX Salve; sure cure for bad-smelling feet,
scald feet and dry, hot feet. If your druggist
-does not keep it. send or call on W. 11. Lock
wood, chiropodist, 203 and 304 EndicoU
Building: 28c, 50c and 81 box. . - •
A. &M nO OLD foil.
AI C'TIOM ?»41.S:s.
£ ifliwcellaneou*. " , ;,
AUCTION" -ALKSiifpfie Great *atch. Dia
mond and Jewelry sale at A. B. WellerV
jewelry store. 'Si lidfit' Seventh street, will
continue for one week longer. Last chance
for the great bargains in Watches, Diamonds
and Silverware. All persons attending sale
will receive a free ticket to the watch draw
ing. A gold watch given away every «ven
lug., Sales at 2:at> and 7:' Mp. m, A. S'Weiler,
Jeweler, 23 East Seventh st., St. Paul..,',
HOKS4.S AT AUCTION every Tuesday
and .--aturday at Ip.m.'; private sale's
daily. Minnesota Horae Auction aud Com
mission stables. 110 Fifth st. south, Minne
apolis. Wiuslow & Zimmerman, i.roprietors
BUSINESS CHANCES.
AN OPPORTI'iVITI' for one nr two
partners to invest in an equal .-.bare in a
sound manufacturing business about to start
in thin city: capital required from Jj.OOO to
55.000. Address B 17. (,]obe.
r\K. SDLtMOJCS BITTERS for sick
X-/ headache, indigestion, costiveuess,
rheumatism and to purify the blood
FOR SALE—Fruit, confectionery and
cigar store; contains soda fountain. 333
wabasha st.
FOR SALE—Room-reutiug business, tran
sient; well established; cheap. F 14.
Globe.
FOR SALE—Newspaper, The Lake Breeze
White Bear; have other business. Ad
dress Dr. Francis. White Bear. Minn
DOUND PUBLISHING COMPANY
X for saleon easy terms; reason for sell
ing, owner not a practical man. Inquire 338
Sibley st., or J. 11. Pound, 103 Griswold St.,
Detroit, Mich.
THE BEST jewelry business in Minnesota
for sale; $5.>0 takes stock, tools, materi
als, safe and shelving; bench work alone
over ?l.'Ki a month; store rent only S3. This
is the best opportunity for a young man to
start in business. lam going to Evrope, aud
must sell quick. Address E 17, Globe.
TITILL buy established grocery or general
»» store business stock $2,000 to $4,000,
good fixture*, flourishing town of over 1.000:
Southern Minnesota preferred. Address X
19. Globe.
VV ANTjt;D-Rheumatic sufferer, do not
*» despair. Just try the Russian Icheu
matic Remedies. Hundreds recommend
them.
B»ARI> OFFERED.
BOARD— Boarding and room at 61 East
Eleventh st.
BO A RD- Nicely furnished front room, with
U board; comfortable home; modern con
veniences. 620 Central Pant East.
L>OARJL>—Excellent board, warm, com-
XJ fortable rooms, home comforts, terms
moderate. 16 Summit ay. : ■
BOARD- The Martin. 249 and 251 Selby Ay.
—Large, handsome, sunny south front
room and alcove, with board. J
BOARD— Large, pleasant,- front alcove
room and an adjoining room, with
excellent board; fine location; near Selbv
cable. 155 Nina ay. ; '
BOAKD— Rooms and board: steam heat.
151 Summit ay., opposite Sixth st.
BOARD— pleasant rooms, with board 29
East Tenth, opposite Capitol.
BOARD— steam-heated- front room, with
XJ good board for two gentlemen; reason
able. ISO College ay. ■ ■•-. .; :: .• _ ,•-•
BOARD — First-class board, with nicely
furnished rooms, f22 to £9 per month;
table board. $4, 50. 36S Nelson ay.
BOARD— Furnished room for rent with
board; suitable for two; also table
board. 45 West Fifth st.. opposite Windsor.
LI OAR D AND ROOM—Newly furnished
-L/. rooms; home comforts; heated; gentle
men 53.50, ladies $3 per week. 53: Jackson
street.
BOARD— 146 Pleasant Ay.—Pleasant fur
nished side room with board; private
family; everything modern.
BOARU— Nicely furnished rooms, with
board; all modern conveniences. 341
North Washington St.. opposite Rice park.
*VTUiE MlNK"—Pleasant rooms, with
X board; centrally located for business
people. IH.J College ay.. corner i^ixtn.
HORSESA*» CARRIAGES.
FOR SAL.fc.—One good work team, $30.00;
one good work horse and harness, $ 12.00:
test pony in town, $;0.00; good delivery
horse. JSJO.OO; will sell on lime; any way to
suit parties. 47:.' Mbley st,
FOR SAMS— A fast pacer: also carriage
team and new buggy. 155 Sherburne ay.
fl/| INN 5-SOT A HORSE AUCTION
-L»X and Commission Stables, 116 Fifth st.
south, Minneapolis, hold auction sales
every Tuesday and Saturday at 1 p.m.;
private sales daily. We have" from 50 to 100
horses constantly on baud, consisting of
draught horses, farm mares, drivers and gen
eral purpose horses. Winslow & Zimmer
man. Proprietors.
ft REE HOKSES for sale cheaD by Sea
Bollling Co. 63 East Fillmore ay. ■
TO EXCHANGE—Fine two-seated uleign.
J- Hallowell make, for good driving horse,
or for good phaeton or buggy. Address D
19. Globe.
1 — _
WANTED— To buy a light delivery
*V wagon in good order. C. E. Parks,
354 Jenks st.
———i — .
ITTANTftD-Horse and rig for light de
♦ » livery for keeping by responsible
party. 229 Rondo st.
FOR SALS:.
I'FJFALO COAT-For sale cheap. Call
after 6. p. m. 238 Arnndal at.
C THICKENS —Extra fine Light Brahma
' chickens for sale very cheap. "82 Buf
falo st., near Acker st.
C^LOAK— Lady's clour, last year's style
V> for 84.50; size, 3* bust. Address J2O i
Globe. - .-----
ENOINK— sale cheap, one steam en
gine, one chest of carpenter tools. Call
at once at No. 463 St. Peter St.. Room 1. third
floor. .
JUI'ITER REMEDIES are sold by al
druggists.
SPECIAL BALK of second-hand stoves j
%nd carpets at Ryan Furniture and Ex
change Company, 142 and lit seventh st.
r°Ol>—Eleven cords hard maple for
» » sale, 83.75 per cord. Please ca.il at :be
address, 267 East Tenth st, in the evening
rom 5:30 to 7.
LOST AMD FOJID.
BELL . LOST—Solid bell made of same
metal as Columbian Liberty bell: name
»nd date July 4. 1776. engraved • thereon.
Finder please return to Globe office and re
ceive liberal reward. •
DOG LOST—Female pug. about eleven
months old. Return to 165 Valley st
tnd receive reward.
HORSE LOST OR STRAYED-Large
dark bay horse; left hind foot white
iteral reward for any information. Address
« Gahan. South St. Paul.
ORSES FOUND-One gray mare, with
brand on left hind hip. one young colt
tbout six mouths old; both have halters on
\t Ryan's farm, Suntish Lake road, West St
■Jaut. . , ■siviv , ■ .
ROSARTf POUND-White bead rosu yon '
Cedar St., Sunday, Nov. 25. 18U4: owner j
■an have name by calling at Globe oßico.
TO EXCH.4!t€nR.
NX W goods for sec'd-nand.Ryan Furniture
I and Exchange Co.. Hi »nd U( H. 7tli 1 ;
rO EXCHAXGE-A cood double and Bin
gte house; small mortgage for good va
ant property. H. H. Schulte & Co., -TVS
Cast Fourth st. . v - - :
rO KXCHANOi;-Diamoud ring, value
>s('. for typewriter. B 19, Globe.
rO EXCHAKGK - Several imLproved j
farms and wild land in iflniresoTST to ex
iiauge for city wal. t»tat» or mvrc&andiaA.
I. H. !!«*•, iH Bait S«veuta »%., si. raalT* *
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WAXTiiI) TO B!V.
HIS«- Highest price paid for gen- j
X-J tlemen'« ana ladies' second-hand cloth- !
ing. Address ISM East Seventh, store.
DK'TIONAKY— Wanted, Webster's die-'
tlonar\ ; latest addition preferred. Ad- '■
dreas C 1!), Globe. j
FUrtKITVKK- Wanted to buy. second-!
hand furniture to furnish a first-class i
forty-room hotel; must be cheap. Address :
I' 100, Globe, Minneapolis. i
T^UKISITURK — Warned to buy. «;0,000 '.
L worth of new and slightly U6ed furni- i
ture. Apply Rooms 0 and 10. Rogers Block, i
F'UBNITL'KK— Wanted, to buy new and I
second-hand furniture in large and!
small lots. " G la, Globe. .
F UK COAT—Wanted to buy. fur coat, in
good condition, or cloth coat. Address
C 19. ulobe.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS— We will pay the I
highest cash price tor good second-hand j
household goods; we want no trash. Ryan '
Furniture and Exchange Co., 14 J and 144 East I
Seventh st. .■■-...... i
JOIN THE CROWD TAKING ADVANTAGE
THE GLOBE'S
GREAT OFFER!
Crayon Portraits ol a 10
The size (18 by 22 inches) of these crayon por
traits is recognized as the most satisfactory. It per- '
mits of a life-size picture, fiead and shoulders, and
is larger than is generally offered by portrait houses.
The price, $1. 75, for a fine crayon portrait is cheaper j
than ever before offered in the Northwest. Take
advantage of this great offer NOW. Cut out
this Contort and take or send it to the GL OBE office
with your money.
$ THIS COUPON $
& TOGETHER WITH
5* "WILL, PAY FOR, A (f*
I Life -Size Portrait! «•
/5jt22 inches, enlarged from a photograph. \
# THE ST. PIOL GLOeS. $
The Work of the
St. Paul Globe Artists
Will surprise and delight all who entrust their pat- .
rohage to them. Portraits which sell elsewhere for
$10, $15 and upward are decidedly inferior to the
Globe portraits at
$1-75-
Out-of=Town
Globe
Readers
Send the price, $1.75,
together with 50c for
packing and express
charges, by post&ffice,
express order or draft
along 1 with the photo
graph to be enlarged in
crayon and the coupon,
and you will receive a
receipt for the same,
and in % about three
weeks you will receive
the portrait, EXPRESS
PREPAED.
We reserve the right to
decline to make copies
from " imperfect pictures.
In " such cases "vie return
the monty : .d original
picture at once.
Bring in your photographs of your father,
mother, sister, brother, daughter, son, the precious
baby, the lover, the sw^eihe^rt, or a photo of your
self and have an enlarged crayon portrait, size 18x22
inches (glass measure) made by the GLOBE artists.
.51.75 pays the bill, and in two or three weeks the picture
will be finished. Remember, no frames forced upon
the buyer. You re at liberty to purchase your frames
anywhere. You re not dealing with an irresponsible
agent, W with A GHEAT DAILY PAPER that will
§cc that every one is satisfied . money refunded.
Address The Globe Art Department,
WAi» rF » T'» RE TiV.
BOAI»D— Two gentlemen want nr*t-ci«ts«
rooms and r.ot»rd: St. Anthony bill ire*
ferrea; no objection to private Until.: ret
erences; give full particulars. Addre.-s 7. -ji>.
Globe. -
ROOMS— Wanted to rentTfwo un»
furnished rooms, heated, with use of
bath : first or second floor. Address M 17.
Globe.
ROOM — Roomer wain.*! room, quiet place,
J-V well heated, rent reasonable, where '■an
have his own-hours mid company urivnte.
la in city p»rt of time only. O 1%. «;lobe.
ROOM wanted, by a professor of muxia
J-V in exchange for let-so is; teacher uiane,
siuging. cultivation of voice ana elocution.
C 18, Globe.
j TYPEWRITERS.
D KMINOTOM TYPICWBITKRS - A!-
XV ways the standard of coinpari»oo, al
way» the best ana always have (he latest im
drovementß. Typewriter jiaper and Mj D pHes
or all kiuds. Machines for retn. Wyckotf
Seaman.i ik Benedict m Ea*t Fourth «
In-Town
Globe
Readers
Call at the Globe of
fice, corner Fourth and
Cedar, with a coupon,
leave your photograph,
pay $1.75, get a receipt,
and in about three
weeks the portrait will
be delivered to you.
Satisfaction guaran
teed or money cheer
fully refunded.
These Portraits
Are Just the Thing
mam Chrisi Presents,
turn ff^P „ ... Binhd«j Presents.
H 111 Holiday Presence,
, ":■■ ■ Auuiversary Presents.
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