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11M> WAMS BY MAIU
/ V. Wnr.t .Ac's, ere rent n woid each in.«er
ti:. Nothing less ifaau 15 cents. Adver
lifcncenia frcm cut-of-Jown tent auydayby
mail to the Clock, accompanied by renm
uiie at aLove rate, will Le invariably m
*tited tLe foilov, h:g morning.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/ t the Follr.'.vsnc Locations for
Insertion in Dally and Sunday
Klobe, nt the Same Rate* as
Charged by the Main Office:
AKLI>CIOJi KILLS.
tIE-Marelius Drugstore
t OK. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
r.Jiir;;cson ....Grocery Store
PAYK£ A\ . AXD KEANEY ST.
•*• «S"°- A- Schumacher l> rug store
IW I'AV2iifi AVENUB.
/.Hermann Grocery Stor
COR. BCRK AND .MIXXEIiAHA.
DAITON*9 BUFF.
leverW«tby Drugstore
b7V EAST TIIIKD STREET.
*. C. Tacder Bie.lce Cream & Confectionery
515 EAST SEVENTH ST.
I3AMLBMJ.
Itmline^armacy. Drugstore
-<iU CELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN
William K. Collier '..Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Ar*ay DrUR g
COHKERtiHOVE AND JACKSON STB.
D-llerrill Newsstand
44-2 BROADWAY.
MI'JMKEA.TI PARK.
A.L.Woolwy Drugstore
ST. AKTEO3SY AND I'RIOR A VS.
FT. ANTHONY hill.
W. A. Frost ico ; Drugstore
tf-LBV AKD t.-£STEItX AY S.
Straight Bros.. ....Drugstore
HONDO AMI GUOTTOSTS.
A. A. Campbell Drugstore
230 RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
IKIVEIiSITT AND DALE STS
A.T. Gueriisey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
r.ilcCrudden ..Confectioner
<J'.t RICE STREET. -
CA. Koncbow clkeii «nd Tobacco
L KIVKSSn V AND IKiOR AYS.
I I'1»IIR TOWN.
tEßrcvc'B Drugstore
lIOOBE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
fct BcUa (oionnaae Drugstore
BT. PEIER ai.u TENTH STS.
P-J': Vi!tc> Drugstore
. 6C UAB k i.'J', CORNER FIFTH.
Klove Drugston
1 < BERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
l.'i. Wincot.ico Drugstore
< OR. Xl( E AND IGLEUART.
1% KST Sl-VENTII RTKEET.
A. A G. A. Schumacher. Driig Store
4ty WEST SEVENTH ST. , ■
I..'.duller. Drugsto
COR. JAKES AND WEST SEVENTH.
Mlif T MJDIL
'J J-t- Kf■iip^e Time: Sore.
J-. ROBECT AND FAIRFIELD AY.
I.T. Dunn Cigar aud Newsstand
«2S S. BOBERT STREET.
BeoT^-t Marti....... Drur store
f. WABASHA AMt FAIRFIELD AY.
0. Lrn:c s Barber Shop
227 E. FAIRFIELD AY.
tctrd^treet Prc^cripti on Dru< . Store;.^.'..
CORKER STATE AND CONCORD.
V.T. Hall Drugstore
COKN£2 S. WAIiASIIA AMD ISABEL,
MTI'ATKns OITEKKI).
»f i< . > >».
A I*VI I.TIM.NCi StM.ICITOKS to work
■Tx. • our plan in counties; roo 1 results. Box
•.'3'. Sidney, 10.
1 PPKKKTICri Hoi*, wanted, between
•TV seventeen and eighteen, tor barber shop.
Call between 10 and 11 o'clo k. Union depot.
AliK.vrs wanted to canvass the counties
In which they live: under our new plau
they can earn from- $<5 to Hint per month;
write {or 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 us men. From $5 to
$1"> per day easily made. No capital re
ouired. Address by mail only, 1) 4, care of
the Globe.
AUKNTi. in every state on sulnry and com
mission. Agents making IK to (SO weekly.
Eureka Chemical & .Mfg. Co.. LaCrosse, VS i"s.
A<ii-.N»> —Wanted, agents for. Bankers'
Life association, St. Pan!, Minn.: strongest
home compsfny furnishing guaranteed pro
tection nt lowest cost: profitable, position
open in St. l'aul and throughout .Minnesota.
Write for aseucy. - - v
AFKV^GOOD.RELIAHkKMEN need
ed to complete our extensive agency for
detective ana commercial work. For par
ticulars address American Detective Agency,
Indianapolis. Ind. ■ '"
BLACKSMITH— tirst-ciassblacksmith;
one that can do forging for a machine
shop and do repairing on well-drilling tools;
would like references. Gillett's Iron Worts,
Lake City. -Minn.
CAUi'KNTKK— Wanted, carpenter: one
/ who is willing: to make himself gener
ally useful round the house. Must be a sin
gle man. To such « permanent position is
offered. W:i^es. with board, room and wash
ing included. (all between 3 and 4p. m. H.
C. Bill. Presley & Co.. Third st.
CAN VAssKßS—Wanted, first-class male
and female canvassers for a tir.st-clnss
book. Adtiress. with references, North S;ar
Specialty Co.. P. O. Kox 44' i. Minneapolis.
Mt>> to learn barber's trade; eight weeks
1»A required: day or evening: tools do
naied; catalogue mailed free. Twin City
Barber School. 110 Hennepin, Minneapolis.
PACKKK— Experienced Mteker wanted;
must have experience packing glass
ud china, and be able to mark boxes. G-.
Summers £ '."o , 1 East Fourth st.
SA.I.ICSJMCM, salary or comuiissioß, to
introduce our goods to the trade. Per
manent position. Staple line; fust sellers:
big jjroiiis. i>k'as;tni work. Address with
stamp. King Mfg. Co.. D f>o, Chicago.
O&LifSltiai IN KVXKY COUMV-175
month and expenses. OHicc, furniture,
advertising furnished. Goods monopoly.
Experience ÜBMOMMiy. Address K. b.
Co.. 121 Colonnade building. Boston .Mas*.
YS7ANTKI* —Active men in small towns;
• * $?f» per montl) can be made, and will
prove it; we furnish samples free; write us;
we will explain. Address Box 53*, Boston.
Mass.
TA\TJ.I>— Salesmen for line cigars
* • Full particulars, address, with stamp
Sumatra CifThr Co.. Chicago. 111.
WANTi D— Boy fourteen or fifteen year«
of age for li^ht work; reference and
wages'expt.'Cted. S IT. Glo!:e.
U^AVl't'.L) —Au active young m;ui to so
licit advertisements in St. Paul. One
familiar with the bicycle trade preferred.
Good reference reqatred. Address L. C.
Sickel. P. O. Box TM. Phihi., Pa.
f-<*a3ii;tc.
A NTS wanted to canvass the counties
in which they live; under our new plan
they can ea.us from S7f> to $150 per month;
write for particulars. Only those who are
•tilling to make a house to house canvass in
the coun:ry and towns are wanted. Ladies
c:iu do the work as well as men. From $."> to
$15-per -day easily made. Mo capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D4, care of
lobe. ,'--..'
C«iOfi— A good, neat girl for cooking and
laundry work. Apply 172 Summii ay.,
during forenoons.
DIWINU ICOOM Uißl Wanted, imme
diately. j,irl (Protestant) for dining
room work at tho Protestant orphan asylum,
corner Marshall nv. and St. Albaus st.
HOL'SV.WOKK— Girl wanted for general
housework; wages $S per month. 56
Tilton st.
HOL'SKWOKM.— Otr! wanted for general
boasework. 233 Smith hv.
Huisi.WOKK-A V..U115 girl can have a
ijood home, in a family of two, by ap
plying today at '^JV2 West Third st.
HUI'SZHWOKK- Wanted.il girl for house
work iv i>mall family; must l»e compe
tent cook: no washing, (iiti Dayton hv.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good girl for
gsneral housework iv a boardiug house.
Apply 610 West Seventh.
NUKSE GiKL— Wanted, girl to wait on a
11 ' lady who is just recovering: from sick
ness. Call at once at 211 Spruce bu, corner of
Sibley. ■
NCKSK —Wanted, an experienced nurse
1 for two young children; must have Rood
testimonials aim be willing to leave city dur
ing the winter. Mrs. H. E. Tnompson, 383
WoodwßJd ay.
auctiom mles.
Knvanngli & Johnson, Auction
eers.
Do YOU WANT books and flue house
furnishings cheap? Read what we !
■hall sell nt public auction on Saturday, Dec.
I. hi 10 a m.. in our store, Nos. 22 and 24 ■
East Seventh »t.: 19 handsome bedroom !
suits, cost from 823 to $150 apiece; very fine I
hall tree: 5 pieces tapestry-covered parlor
siMt, divan, mnhogany music stand, solid
mahogany settees and chairs, a few very nice
pieces in antique goods, bronzes, bric-a-brac,
French clocks, large pier glass, silver tea
set (cost &s.">;>), 1 brand new Domestic sewing;
machine, three-quartered oak sideboard. 3-ex
labie. one of the finest music boxes la the
Northwest, playing 18 airs: a private library,
of which the following Is a partial list: U.
S. Gram's Works. Shakespeare's. Lyi
ton's. £colt's.Byron'«, Tom >!oore*js,Dickeus\
Victor Hugo's, Dante's Inferno. Shepp's
Photos of the World, Gibbon's Rome. Civil
War. etc.; also a large collection of law
hook?, carpets, draperies, silks, chinaware,
dishes, stoves, etc. If you are looking for
bargains in high class goods by all mean's
attend this sale. Kavanash & Johnson.
Auctioneers. N. B.—Goods can be bid off
and will be held for buyer by paying a de
posit of ]'.' per cent. .; ■..
31isccilaii<M>ii». '
HoKf'Ks AT AUCTION every Tuesday
and Saturday at Ip. m.; private Bales
daily. Minnesota Horse Auction and- Com
mission Stables, lit; Fifth si. south, Miune
p.nniis. Window <fr Zimmerman, proprietors
uouskhasi) caecaiiA<;*:•>».
FO!< SALK-A new Crutlendcn extension
prousbam, standard style, with Scott
bobs, nt a barcain. Address O 10, Globe.
ISMSiSUTA HOiiSK AUCTION
M[>'MKSUXA HOiiSK AUCHWX
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 hand, consisting of
draught horses, farmmarcs. drivers and gen
tral purpore horses. Winslow it Zimmer
man. Proprietors-.
VVANTEI) — Second-hand Piaster cart;
W state condition of cart aud price. Ad
dress G :jo. Globe.
FOB #&***..
• — ■
DOGS-^For sale.five very fine half (St. Ber
nard and Newfoundland cross; male;
55.00 each. Hector St. Bernard. Kennels,
Sector, Minn.
SPKCIAL SALE of second-hand stoves
<»ud carpets at Ryiiu Furniture and Ex
change Company. 14. and t44 seventh St.
Iftbl I*l CJLIOAS*.
M !I|, /.ZAKAV I'KIVATj.. DANCMG
I*l Academy— Centra!; Parß Kast—
"The waltz taught in six private lesson*."
ST. ASJATIIA'S ACAVKJKI OJf MUSIC
and Art, l« East Exchange St.. St. Paul—
l'iano, violin, vuitar, banjo and mandolin
aught. - 1>ck»(i::» given la drawing »nd i>aiat
usr. Call or Bend lor prospectus '_ .-i "
*> . * I»KF.SfS.nAKI.X«.. , -.:
I\/| KB.CIKTis has just returned from the
i»JL East. Ladies desiring dainty waists
and perfect-fitting, stylish gowns will find it
to tl.cir interest to call at. 407 Culuunado
building,
THE PAINT PAUL jDATLY GLOBE: gAIURDAY MORNWq. DECEMBER % m*'
KITUATIOAM WAXTKI).
All* U»■: ■. TIC K— a younj: boy fourteen
years old would like to learn the clgar
iuhking trade. 718 Butternut ar.
A YOUNG WAN wishes to take lessons
in hiiißing; ante rate; muht be mod
erate. Address PYX (Jlol.e
ROY of sixteen years wishes work of any
kind; handy with team ; or to do office
work. Address \V. 1). U.. M Knst Klevcnth st
Bt>OKKrJKl*Ki: of long experience wants
work; will accent nnything; must have
work soon. E SO, Globe.
BOOKKKKI'KK — Wanted, position a*
bookkeeper or clerking in retail store;
bave had experience »it above work: can fur
nish first-class leierences; will work cheat).
Address A. J., IB East Eighth St., city.
pASHIKR—\\ unted. a position as cashier
~> or uenera! ottice work; best of refer
ences. Answer NB. tilobe.
C^LKUfc— Young man of eighteen would
-* like a position in some store; is well ac
quainted with city. Address 10&> Mlnuehaba
St.. city.
pOULECTOat-ITaated. position as col-
V> lector or solicitor: have had three years'
experience in city; best of references.' Ad
diess J 18. Globe.
Di.IVKK wants work driving a delivery
wagon, or work around somo store; very
useful and willing; in need of work and weil
acquainted In the city. Address Driver, 4;">U
East Sixth st.
DKIVKIi— Wanted, position to drive laun
dry wagon; thoroughly rcquainted iv
city. P. n. W., 3(55 Summit "place.
DISIVEK— Youiik iuhii wants a position us
a driver in a furniture house; will tal;e
a heating stove and some furniture in part
for salary. Address M., 443 West Page st
EMILOVJIENT-A young man of good
education, first clnss penman, wants
position of any kind; best of references. J
lit. Globe.
£MPLO¥MKHT — Gentle—n of educa
tion and business experience desiras
t"iuployment for two or three hours daily.
Address J ','.'. Globe.
Fm I'i.()VJIhNT-Position of any kind
anted by a young man; is well ac
qnJrT.ied in ibe city, and has the best of ref
erttiues. Addres.s L. P. Miller, 871 Burr
EMS'KOYMKNT- a young man of twenty
would like situation of some kind: can
late care of horses and is well acquainted
with city: can speak and write English and
Scandinavian: has the best of references;
will work cheap. Address 774 Fauquier st.
E"< PI.OVMEN r— Young miiu wants work
of any kind. F 11, Globe.
FI a K.HAN—Young mau would like a po
sition as firenian or tend to innif.ee,
with experience, liooai 10, Utopia, corner
bt. Peter nud Exchange.
PAPKKHANfitII- A first-class paper
hanger will do papering and Kalsomiu
tagfor board or room reut. Address C. X.,
i>s Ens! Seveuth st.
DH.tKJIACIST, registered, desires per-
L m:i:ient position: spenirs English and
French j Highest references. Druggist, Ate
Wnbasha st.
piillNTKi'.— First-class all-rouud printer
-I- wants situation iv country oliice; edi
torial experience, ben references. Address
Printer, 11 East Third St., SL Paul.
STJCHOttBAPHBB AND BOOKKKKP
er desires a position; moderate salary;
good references, address J. H. M., 450 Miu
uesotn st.
SITUATION wauled by a man who is will
ing to do any kind of work, either in or
out of city. Call or address D. M., 448 St.
Peter st. city.
'pKAMSTKKS— good German boys
A want situation as teamsters or coach
men. John ?ickart. 460 St. Peter st.
WOitK FOU BOAKD-Wauled, by a
youug man. any kiud of work for
board mid be allowed to attend school. J.
H.. 6:1 Endicott Building.
VI, OHK FOH BOARD—Boy 10 years old
VV vould like to work for board" and at
tend school; understands the care of horses;
can furnUh best of reference from former
employer. A. B. X.. 391 East Jessamine.
■yoi'HG MAN wants' work about the
X house. C«sll or address <S<B Forest st.
PERSONALS.
Ai A* A* A* A.* A* A»A .Ai -A«
—Pit OF. E.ITTKW. the well-known clair
voyant of New Orleans, 526 Cedar st. Ladies,
50c.; gents, $1. -; •'
LWATfS RKLIABLE-Madame^ Teits
worth; prices reduced 5U cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
ARE >OU IN XKOCKLEt Consult
Madame Ina Walker, "life reader," for
faithful reading of your pact, present and
future; she will guide you In all affairs of
life by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies. 50 cents;
gentlemen, SI. 5U6 Wabasha st., opposite
capitol.
MASSAGIST— Hiss Eastmau.experienced
massagist; treats daily and evenings.
430 Wabas&a St., Room 15.
[I/I ADAM ST. -JOHNS, clairvoyant, mag-
LTX neilc healer, tells past, present aud
future. 130 West Fourth st.
KB. UK. Massage.electric
if± vapor baths. Over Yerxa's. 34 East
Seventh, Room 304; D to 0, Sundays in
cluded.
j\l KSKATK HOSKINS, UOVt West Sixth
<-*A st.; trance medium and magnetic
healer. St. Paul.
MRS. LOUSE NKITMANN—Masque
-Lfl rade and theatrical masks, wigs, beards
, and grease paint. s<i East seventh st.
MKB -M. A. (IUSBKY) BAKRAbOO
iVX mi Wabasha St.— Magnetic and .oasiage
treatment for paralytic, rheum atism «.ud
nervous diseases : also b»lh» a a.m. to.i p.m
MKS. LKWIS, experienced massagi6t;
hours 10 to 10 daily. 35 East Seventh,
Rooms 29 and 30.
VST" AN TED-To know the whereabouts of
VV Rosalia Krawczak. wife of George
Krawczak.\who was last seen on Western ay.,
corner Edmund st.. Oct. "JO. Any informa
tion will be thankfully received and inform
er rewarded by George Krawczak, 257 Ed
mund St.
«.>•_>{* EAST SEVENTH ST. — Expert
-yOU Massage. Magnetic and Alcohol
Baths. Anna of Chicago. ' ..
I,OBT AJfl> FOUMn.
BELL LOST—Solid bell made of same
metal as Columbian Liberty bell: name
and date July 4, Yi'ij. engraved thereon.
Finder please return to Globe office and re
ceive liberal reward.
|VI ABU FOUND—Nov. '&, 1804.0ne sorrel
l'J- mart, also one chestnut mare; owner
can have same by paving expenses. Mrs. £.
L. Crosby, Farm. Montreal cv. f- ,""r:_. T;
OSEV L.'.i> T-Teh-dollar bill in Golden
Rule store; please return to Fred
Jereau. at Barrett & Barrett'
noOKtTBOOK FOISD-If party who
-C lost pocketbook. as advertised in this
paper yesterday, will give his address, he
i will heaO of something to his advnutage. . -
ROSARY FOUND—White bead rosary on
Cedar Bt.. Sunday. Nov. 25. 1534; owner
can have same by calling at Globe office. •
WATCH LOST-Lady's gold watch,
with chain, monogram M. C, either
on Interurban line or West M. Paul car line;
finder return to Globe office and receive lib
erwi reward. £££
BOATII> orFEREH.
BUAIiO — Large, pleasant front alcove
room and an adjoining room, with excel
lent hoard; fine location; near Selby cable.
155 Nina ay.
BOARD —Two nicely furnished rooms,
with board and steam heat. ftM Summit
ay., opposite Sixth st.
BOAUD — Lyoua Court — Special family
rates; steam heat aud modern. Slbley
St., between Ninth and Tenth.
OUAKD-Boarding and room at &4 East
O Eleventh hL
BOARD- Pleasant rooms, with boa d. t9
East Tenth, opposite l*pitol.
U'nuK M.lMCK"—l'leasHtU rooms, with
i. board; contrnlly located for bushiest
wiriTMii»« WASTED !
, Foiualc.
COOK— A competent wom«n wishes wArk
V> as cook, house or linen keeper: speaks:
Kngliuh and German. Room Grand block, •
M. I'BUl. i
IJOoKKt a competent young
U lady would like a position as book
keeper or cashier; is a good man, very
quick at figures, and can furnish best of ref
erences from former employer. Please ad
dress ii 25. (.lobe co
BOOKKEI-I'KU — i'osition wanted by
lady as bookkeeper, casnier or office
work of any kind; best city references. 270
Enrl st.
CASHIBK--Voutig desires position as
v^ cashier, can also do bookkeeping and
typewriting, in St. Paul or Minneapolis AJ
dress S 111. Globe.
pLKBK-A trustworthy young lady would
V-' like half day position either clerking or
os office assistnnt; understands typewriting.
Call or address 2.m Bnyless ay.. city.
pLEBK-A young girl would like a no.si
V> tion as clerk in a small store. 718 But'
ternut
PWOK-Experienced cook would like situ
/ ation. Call','is West lndiiiuaav.. West
St. Paul.
/ MtOK-Situation wanted by a girl as cook
v> or laundress in private family. Call or
address 139 Knst Tenth st
PUOK- Wanted, by a colored girl, a place
to cook—boarding house or private fam
ily. \H\ West Third St., up stairs.
pOMI'AMOX-Young lndy desires posi
v-^ tion ac companion; is willlu« to do
writing or light work inorniucs inexcnange
for board and room. Call or address F 429
Mount ldu.
LiOMPOMToK— Lady wishes situation
J as compositor; references furnished.
Address N Globe.
DRE.SSMAK.NG— A yotiug widow would
a~r like to do drehsmafrinjf or plain sewing
Address Mrs. Maskl. 49 West Ninth st
I \KK.ssaiAIiKK wants sewing in fumi
■LJ lies. Call or address &>l Caundn st.
DKKis>MAKKR- An experienced dress
m.'iker wnnts mwiajE by the day lv fam
iiies. call or aiidretis 1:15 Kondo Bt.
HOUSKKKKI'KR- Wanted, situation by
a competent housekeeper; no obiecti >a
to gome out of city. Call or address tw East
Eleventh st.
HOI'SKKKSI'ER- Kofined German lady
would like to take csre ol a household;
is musical: references exchanged. Aadress
8. K., a 8) Fuller s>t.
HOUSKWOHK-Place to do housework,
hotel work, laundry or auy kind of
work. :.'42 Engle st.
HOUSEWORK- Youiik German girl
IX wants place to do housework; small
family. 78 West Tenth. .
HOISKWOKK- A girl would like a place
H to do housework. call or address 345
Sherman st.
HOeSKWOtm - A good (ierman girl
!-» wants to do general housework. M.
Rnhland, 460 St. Peter at. V<"
HOI'»tIVOKK-A young lady (English)
wmnta situation 10 do general housework
in small family; can sew; comfortable place
more an object. H. H..471 Partridge st.
HOUSJKKKKI'KH-A widow wants posi
i-J- tion as housekeeper; good worker;
don't object to teaviug city. Address L.&
203 Easi Eighth st. - ... '
II OUSKIiKKPKIi — A ..middle-aged lady
LI wishes situation as housekeeper ;;ia
good sewer and firtt-class coot; cau give best
of city reference. Call 34 »Vest Indiana at.
II OUSEYYORK-A young girl would like
LI a position 10 assist housework in a
small family. Address 7a i Olio a\\ ftj .
HOU.SKM'OKK— 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
s=i;y ay.
LjOISKhtKPEK-A position a s house*
Ai. keeper, by a midQle-as;ed Jadv; city or
country. Address y 141. Globe.
r AUNDRKSS — a first-class lauuflress
J-i would like rough-dry washing to do at
home;'good work guaranteed; clothes called
for and delivered. Address Laundress. 450
East Sixth st.
OFFICU WOMH-Vouhk lady wishes sit
uation in doctor's . ofh?e. Address P 19.
Globe.
CEAMSTKESS-A girl wants a position to
O do sewing aud assist in light Housework;
is a good seamstress. Address 433 Miuuehaha
st. east, city.
SECOND GIRL. — A youug girl would
like a position as secoud girl in a small
family; has had experience. 756 Stuart ay.
SKIVING— Wanted, sewing in families by
dressmaker who is thoroughly compe
tent; will make you stylish and perfect-fit
ting garments at your home very cheap to
introduce my work, or will take the work
home if preferred; satisfactory work or no
p«y. M 18, Globe.
STJBN'OtiKAPHRK— Wanted, position by
first-class stenographer (lady); best of
city reference; five years'experience in law
ottice. Room ?. National German-American
Bank Building.
BTtJ.O«KAPHER-A competent lady
stenograuh«r would like a half-day po
sition; understands law and mercantile
work: copying done. 60 (iermania Life,
Fourth and Minnesota sts.
"IT/" ASH l>G—Wish to go out washing aud
> V ironing by the day. Call at 596Chaileast.
UjTASHKRwOMAM-A strong woman
VV wants washing or cooking or any kind
of days' work. 23a East Seveuth, corner
Wacouta, Koom 16.
ry ASHING aud Ironing. 49 Wost Ninth
\\7 ASHlNG—Wanted, washing to take at
VV home. Cnll at 2K Rondo st.
TIT ASH ING—Wouman goes out washing.
w* ironing and houfcecleaning. Inquire
at kitchen of restaurant. No. 511 M. Peter st.
ovk woaiis.
ASK tnrough the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring resulie, or your money
will bo returned to you.
LKAVK your "Want' with the nearest
Globe agent. See list on this page.
77~ ABU-CIVS' £ MINXKL — Minnesota
XV steam Bye Works. 344 East Seventh.
BUSINESS CIIAiICES. >.'■;
FOR SALE— A first-class butter, milk and
egg store. In good location, doing good
retail and wholesale business. Address G 20.
Globe. ■■*'.•*■■
WANTED— Ah opening to start a barber
shop in come thriving town where
such a businewi it. needed. Address J. C,
Globe. Minneapolis, Minn. *--'■'-
WASTED TO BEIT. *£
ROOMS— Wanted, two furnished onm
furnished rooms, good locality, near
business, by man and wife; will pay for good
accommodation; state price. Address M 17.
Globe. ___J
CHIROPODY. ;t :
POOD THIJId for sore feet. Good Luck
VI Salve; sure cure for bad-smelliug feet,
scald feet and dry, hot feet. If your druggist
does not keep It, send or call on W. H. Lock
wood, chiropodist, 203 ana 204 Eudicoit
Building; ZSc. sl)c and 31 box.
*' ■
TO EXCHANGE. ;
N2w goods for sec 'd-uaud. Kysu Furniture
and Exchange « o , 14-' and HI B. 7ta s
TO KXCIIANGK— Corner lot for a portH-
Me saw mill complete. Address P 18.
Globe. ..
WAITED TO B,V\. ~"~
SCAL.K— to buy OOC-pound Fair
banks platform scale. 11*0 East Fifth st.
TYPEWRITERS.
RuiMfini Tfi-mmiTKiw! — m
> ways the standard of comparison al
ways the best aud always liave 'he latest im
drovements. Typewriter paper and *iii>plfei
of all kinds. Machine* for rent. Wjrekoif
itaatuii A bviMONi. M J£*«t Fourth. »t
}i' FOR KKfIT. - -..•;-
floiiw*.
s * t | C. 11. Wl\ili|
!o The ICenlul &K«nt,
IVlnke» a Spcclaltj/or Kcuting
U ■ ■ Property.
.n SOP Manhattan Building. ,:,
J. W. Mi« pur;*, »4 l-;a«»t lite St.
RKNTS HOISES, STOKIS-*. «»KI<'*CKS,
AY. acts us owners" agent. collects rents;
n«Bin-lieftted apartments for $A», $.'5, $ikj aa<l
»« : reduced rt-uui. -i. • ..
____ Houses
TAYI.OIt'S HICXTIKO AtiKNCV —
I GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
j HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHAKUE OiT HENTED PKOI'EIiTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
II DUSK—New six-room house, nicely fur
i-l uishca. in Central Terrace. Inquire 82
We.st Central. -
Fiat». . : ~ ~
I'AT of seven rooms, first floor; modern
A iniproTciuents. storm windows 170 West
Ismth. Apply in rear house. ... '.. ■•■::
FLAT— Fanushed Hat to rent - tor house-
A . keeping; furnace beat and all modern
improvements. r,3 St. Peter st.
I^l. ATS—Handsome two. three and four
. room flats (second floor) at 044 Broad
way.
FLATS— For rent, apartment flats, three
■L to seven rooms, in Kobertson Block,
West Seventh, corner Sherman st. Charles T.
Cardigan. Forepaugh Block. Seven corners.
FL.AT— tor rent, small Hat Dec lln Ar
•i. gyle, corner St. Peter end Central, ln
quire Room 9 or janitor..
fCooui*.
A— 11OTKL BRUXSWiCh. for gentle
• men only; fifty moosmi steam-heated;
rooms by day, week or month.
ItiL.KH.VKT. NO. 61—Four nice rooms for
rent, ground floor: all improvements;
desirable in every respect; $16 mouth.
ROOM— For two young ladies, furnished
room, with ail modern improvements,
on ground floor; private family. Address E I
'-'I, Globe. ■■_
SEVENTH ST.. 415, EAST—A few pleas
ant rooms, en suite or single, furnished or
unfurnished: everything convenient lor
light housekeeping; rent reasonable.
Sr. PETKK M., 630-Between Summit
O and Iglehart— Newly furnished room.
with board; modern; use of parlors and
piano. :
rPfc:NTH ST., 370. EAST —Large front
-L room, neatly furnished: beat, gas. bath;
near business ceuler.
I>«irr». 414, EAST—Rooms (furnished)
-*- —A large room, with two closets; hot
air; light housekeeping allowed. '„."" ■■',
X? A BASH A ST., 52GVa—Corner Teuth St.
•» — Furnished rooms for rent; rooms
kept warm: place quiet.
W'AIiASHA ST., o.i — Furnished front
room for rent, with heat.
• ' Store*.
VTOKit-Kor rent, store on West Seventh,
O near Sherman st.; first-class location tor
retail business. Rent very low. Charles T.
Car.-iiRHn. Korepnugh Block, Seven corners!
STOK*.— Foe rent, wholesale store build
ing Nos. 213 and 215 East Third St.; 33Vj
il-'C feet, five floors and basement: very
Strong and substantially tuilt; possession
Jan. 1; now occupied by KarweiJ. Ozmuu,
Kirk * Co. William G. * Robertson, Globe
Building. ■ • • ' . ■■ ■ .
'[■ ACTtfUJJTI.Vr.S
HM.TBMPLK- Public Accountant and
»■ Auditor. OerniHiiia Life Bide.. St.Paul
©Fa (\ TO $300 ehort-time loans procured
-%>Ks\J on personal property. Ohio JuTest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building. .' .
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
■ Rnmsey—ss. la Probate Court, Special
Term, Nov. 22,-1894. "
In the matter of the estate of Gerald F.
Ryan, deceased. • .
On reading and filing the petition of An
gelina Ryan. Administratrix of the estate of
taid Gerald F. Ryan, deceased, ieprt-senting
among other things that she has fully admin
istered said estate, and praying that a time
and place be fixed for examining and allow
ing her final account of administration, and
for the assignment of the residue of said
estate to the persons entitled thereto:
It is ordered that the said account be ex
amined, and petition heard, by the Judge of
this Court, on Monday, the 17th day of De
cember; A.D. UN, at ten o'clock a. m., at the
Probate Court Room in the Court House in
St. Paul, In said county.
And it Is further ordered that notice there
of be given to all persons interested, by- pub
lishing a copy of this order for three success
ive weeks, once in each -week, prior to said
day of hearing. in the St. Paul Daily Globe.
a daily newspaper printed and published at
St. Paul, In said County.
By tne Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER,
[l. s.l Judge of Probate.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
lUajsey— ss. District Court, Second Ju
dicial District.
Mary Abbott, plaintiff, against Scott Ab
bott, defendant— Summoua.
The State of Miunesotato the above-named
defendant:
You, Scott Abbott, are hereby summoned
arid required to answer the complaint of the
piaimiffiß the above-entitled action, which
complaint haa been lied in the office of the
clerk of said court, and to serve a copy of
your answer to said complaint on the sub
scriber, at his office. Rooms 31 and 52, Court
block, in St. Paul, Rarri6ey County, Minne
sota, within thirty days (31 days) after the
service of mis summons upon you, exclusive
oi the day of snch service: and, if yon fail to
answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded in
said complaint, together with the costs aud
disbursements of this nction.
C. TYSON BUTCHER.
Plaintiff's Attorney,
Rooms 31 and 32 Court Block, St. Paul,
Minn.
IVTOTICK OF MORTGAGE, FORECL.OS
-11 ure Sale— A mortgage was dated, exe
cuted and delivered on the twenty-ninth any
of May, 1888. by Henry J. Grove and Kandine
Grove, his wife, as mortgagors, to William
F. Poet, as mortgagee, which said mortgage
was duly recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of haaisey County. Minnesota, on
the Ist day of June, ISSB. at two o'clock aud
five minutes p. m., in Book 204 of Mortgages,
at page 1.
Subsequently, to wit. on the twenty-fifth
day of September. A. D. 18S«, the said mort
nice was duly assigned by the said William
F. I'eetto John Boardman by an instrument
in writing, which said instrument of assign
ment was duly recorded in the office of the
UegiEter of Deeds of said County on the 25th
day of September, A. D. 188f, at teu o'clock
and twenty-five minutes a. m., in Book V ot
Assignments, at page 348.
Default has been made in the conditions,
agreements and covenants of said mortgage,
and there is claimed to be due. and is due, the
tnbscriber, at the dale of this notice, upon
the said mortgage the sum of eight hundred
and thirty dollars nud eighty-three cents.
Now, therefore. Notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, aud of the statute in Mich
case made and provided, said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the niortgHßed pre
mises described therein and hereinafter de
scribed, to satisfy the amount, which shall at
the date of said sale be due on said mortgngp,
together with the costs and expense of said
sale as allowed by law, the taxes, if any, paid
by the subscriber, and the further sum of
lif iv dollars ($0) as an attorney's fee, which
is agreed iv said mortgage to be paid in cute
of foreclosure. Said sale will be made at the
Fourth Street entrance to the Court House
and City Hall, in the City of St. fast, Ram
sey County, Minnesota, on .Monday, tho24lh
day of December, 1594, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon. c>f said day, by the Sheriff of said
Ramsey County, at public auction to the
highest bidder for ca^h.
The premises described In >&id mortgage
and -o to be sold are situated iv the County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are
known and described as follows:
Lot numbered eleven (11) Iv Block num
be;ed twelve (12), R. P. Lawis' Second Addi
tion to Snint Paul, according to the plat
thereof on Hie and of record in the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for mid County
of Ramsey. ' . ... ■ . . ",
patea November 10, IRIM.
JOHN BOARDMAN.
AiUKue* of Mortgage*
AVBHOBK TIOHK,
Attorney for A.sslf(n«« of Mortgagee, Glob*
. Building, 81, Paul, Mian.
%/k / fli fi o*t ffe n ih.jmbm -
to /Chicago
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DRDT 0 AC Till? WAI>T IYQ QWUUTEW Q/UTPQ
WILL OOInT^.I3ST:
BIRDIE LOOKING OUT FOR ME ..By Ethel Lynn
One at the Most Pathetic Soncs Ever Written.
BIRDIE'S EVENING PRAYER .By Charles Rea
Lovely as Can Be.
RING DEM HEAVENLY BELLS c .....By Sam Lucas
A Delightful Minstrel Melody.
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ENTIRE PART. It Also Grn'ans
S aii into -. Godfrey Marks Mrs. To tv and I Hitichfnson
The Old Sexton Russell J The Old Arm Chair Russell
The Basket M Acer's Child Thompson - j Clochkttk .. Motloy
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On;: Sweetly Solemn Th oitgiit Palmer i Tin: New Kingdom Berthold Tours
Janet's Choice ..C/an'bel j I Will Arise Dr. Leslie
Twenty Yeaj s Ago Hayes Siloam Woodbury
No, Sir . « . .........Wakefield Admiration Haydn
Whistle and Wa: .. s \.\-nv.. Baker
Cestdes Vie above it is e.mhzilished with FOUR ILLUMINATED PORTRAITS OF STAR MuslCiAXS—Carl
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Gtit-of-toivn purchasers will save time and postage by sending for ths whole series at once. We will tier
6* able to place this PRIZE GOMPL?.T£ in your hands in ample time for the holidays.
DO NOT MISS GETTING PART 2;
Because it is easily worth 50 times our price. NO COUPONS. 10 Cents in
Silver (Not Stamps) secures each part Address • *
ART DEPARTMENT, DAILY GLOBE
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