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lied the following morning.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
fit the Following locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe, at tha same Rates us
Charged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON HILLS.
C.R. Marclius Drugstore
( It. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
E.Jurgcson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND P.EANEY ST.
A. AG. A. Schumacher. Drug Store
154 PAYNE AVENUE.
a.Kormann Grocery Stor
COP. PURR AND MINNEHAHA.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
teverWestby Drugstore
071- EAST THIRD STREET.
3. C. Vander Bis.lee Cream & Confectionery
&L 5 EAST SEVENTHS*!.
HAITI LINE.
Efißliiie Pharmacy. Drugstore
■ ■ I* SNELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
illiam K. Collier. Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY*.
Joseph Argay Drugs re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
li . D.Merrill Newsstand
41 ■- BROADWAY.
JUKI. HI ATI PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
W.A.Frost &Co Drugstore
SELBY AND WESTERN AYS.
Straight Bro3 Drugstore
RONDO AND GROTTO STS.
A.A.Campbell ...... Drugstore
255 RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
A. Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
E.McCrudden Confectioner
41*0 RICE STREET.
UNION PARK.
C.A. Moncbow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AYS.
UPPER TOWN.
E.H.Reeves Drugstore
MOORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNEAS.
C. T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER Rid TENTH STS.
a*.* VVi»« Drugstore
a 6U MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
TV. E.Lowe ...Drugstore
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
R.T. WincotttkCo ..-.Drugstore
COR. PICE AND IGLEIIART.
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EST SEVENTH STREET.
A. aG. A. Schumacher ' Drugstore
45,') WEST SEVENTH ST.
3 -.'-Muiler DrugSto
COR. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH.
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*.. AT SIDE.
llit Eclipse Drug Store
fc. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AY. "
C'.T.Dunn Cigar and Newsstand
•,•_. S. ROBERT STREET.
(enre*Mart! Drugstore
{-. W ABAStIA AND FAIRFIELD AY.
f). Berne * Barber Shop
•-".7 E. FAIRFIELD AY.
■score* Stres*.Pr-Js-i*ir»tii»-i Drat Store
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A.T. Lull * Drugstore
CORNER S. WABASHA AND ISABEL.
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AOVKKTIMNG SOLICITOUS to wok
our plan in counties; goo I results. Box
23 ', Sidney, 10. *
AGKN !.n in every state on salary and com
mission. Agents mafciuc *"L*s 10 $ 0 weekly.
i.•]••>. Chemical it Mfg. Co.. La Crosse, Wis.
AG KMT'S wanted tocanvass the counties ;
ii in which they live: under our new plau I
they can earn from $"*> to #151 per month; |
write for particulars. Only thoso- who are ■
willing to make a bouse iv house canvass in i
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. Prom $•"> to I
•Mi per day easily made. No capital re- j
ouired. Address by mail only, I) I, care of j
the vi lobe,
At; t- > Wanted, agents for Bankers'
Life association,!:*. pan!. Minn. ; strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open iv St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
Write for agency. » -
t lANVASSKKS for ex-Secretary R. W
" * Thompson's book. "Personal Recollec
tions of Sixteen Presidents," written in his
eighty-fifth year; clear, forcible, attract
ive. Sold by subscription only. North Star
Specialty Company. Agents. P. O. Box 11"!,
Minneapolis.
CLERK— Wanted, experienced grocery
> clerk; one speaking German and ac
customed to city trade. Address B 19, Globe.
CIOOK — A competent cook. Scud refer
' ences to Steward. Si. Peter Slate Hos
pital, St. Peter, Minn.
MEN AND WOMEN can learn barber"
l»l trade in eight weeks: catalogue mailed
free; day or evening. Twin City Barber
School. 110 Hennepin, Minneapolis".
k-Al.hsMi.N IN EVERY COUNTY—
►-J month and expenses. Office, furniture,
advertising furnished. Goods monopoly.
Experience unnecessary. Address K. S.
Co. 131 Colonnade Building. Boston, Mass.
YYTATCrrMAKERS wanted. A. 11.
» » Simon, Seventh and Jackson.
*5» ANTED — Salesmen for line cigars
»* FuR particulars, address, with stamp
Sumatra Cigar Co.. Chicago, 111.
VjTANTED-^Au active young man to so
» licit advertisements in st. Paul. One
familiar with the bicycle trade preferred.
Good reference required. Address L. C.
SickeJ. P. O. Box 7M. I'hila.. Pa.
7ANTED-*?- Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy, shorthand, book
keeping, etc. Night school four nights
weekly. Glebe Business College, Eudicott
Building.
\*TaN'IT;I) — Agents to take orders by
* sample at home or travel; expenses
and good salary or commission Iv right party;
samples sent on application. Address, with
stamp, Lock Box 420. New York City.
ieiiiate.
GENTS wanted to canvass the counties
A in which they live; under our new plan
they can earn from $75 to fl*io per month:
write for particulars. Only I hose who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country aud towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well as men. From $5 to
SI", per day easily made. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
Globe.
Bo v .i> FOR WORK— Active girl about
fourteen years old waHttd to work tor
board and attend school. Address 158 West
Fifth st.
C.OOK— Wanted, a good general cook at
' 148 Nina ay.
COOK" Wanted, cook at the Crescent res
taurant, 329 Jackson st.; German pre
-11; red.
DINING ROOM GlßL—Wanted, imme
diately, girl (Protestant) for dining
room work at the Protestant orphan asylum,
corner Marshall ay and St. Albans st. "
■p >* PLOY ME NT—Wanted, a young Scan
-L-i dinavian girl for inside work. Call
afternoon, 137 East Ninth st.
HOUSEWORK— \\ anted. German girl for
general housework at No. titiO Port
land ay.
HOUSEWORK— a good, strong
German girl to do general housework:
one not afraid 10work; good wages and good
borne to such a lady. Apply at 397 East
Tenth st.
HOUSEWORK— Good girl for general
housework. (545 Fine St.; references
required.
HOUSEW.JRK— Good girl for general
housework in small family; must be
neat. 299 Avon st.
HOUSEWORK— Neat, willing girl for
general housework; second girl kept.
Apply Monday or Tuesday morning, 259 Day
ton ay.
HOUSEWORK— capable young girl to
work by day and live at home. Call
Monday morning. Flat SO, Marlborough.
HOUSEWORK— a girl for gen
eral housework; must be a good washer
and irouer. Call at '■>:>'• East Eighth st.
HOUSEWORK-"""- a German girl
for light general housework; small
famiiy. 11. E. Brandt, 158 Charles st.
HOUSEWORK - Wanted, a competent
girl for general housework, inquire
SM Iglebart St.
I WILL PAY LADIES A SALARY of $10
per week to work for me in their locality
at home. Light work, good pay for part
time. Write with stamp. Mrs. E. E. Bassett,
Suite 934, Marshall Field & Co. Building,
Chicago.
jVrTJ"iTs,. vi.;!., wauled for light work. i 94
11 Ashlaudav.
NIKS;, wanted: white or colored; must
Lv be neat; for child three years old; com
pensation small, but home is good; call be
fore 11 a. m. today. Lynns Court, between
Ninth and Tenth, on Sibley.
TkTUKfeK— Wanted, an experienced nurse
1' for two young children; must have good
testimonials and be willing to leave city dur
ing the winter. Mrs. H. E. Tnompson. 383
Woodwajd ay.
ECOND WORK— Competent girl forsec-
O ond work. 257 Summit ay.
SECOND GlßL—Wanted, second girl In
small family. (575 Dayton uv.
Was i'iMAN—Woman goes out
washiu;r. ironing and housecleaning.
Inquire at 72 St. Peter st.. at kitchen.
WANTS -J— Bright ladies of neat address
at once. Address 8 ">. Olobe.
Yl7 ANTED— Experienced bands to work
VV on seal cloaks; only first-class hands
need to apply. Schultz Cloak Company, -"90
Robert st.
TT7"ANTED—lntelligent lady, with some
V v money, who wishes to become a clair
voyant. Address X2O, Olobe.
lIISCEI.faAaIIF.OI7S.
''"p *;. MOORE, of the Cedars Stock Farm,
J. • Sbawhan, Ky., has a valuable herb
remedy. lie sells the remedy tor 32.10, and
gives his customers valuable trotting and
pacing horses, including the great-bred, fast
young horse Banner Murk, four-year record
•i:!." 1,, expected to go in -J •OS to 2*07 in 181*5.
Cures rheumatism, indigestion, etc. There is
no doubt of its efficacy: It should bo iv use
In every family. Circulars. Local agents
wanted.
lafSTIM'CTJLOaVS.
DANCING SCHOOL—34 East Seventh-
Class for ladies and gents Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from 8 to 19; ladies' and
children's class Saturday afternoon. M. E.
Cur ran, Teacher.
RADZZaKA'S" PRIVATE DANCING
ILL Academy—62o Central Park East—
"The waltz taught in six private lessons."
ST. AsUATstA'OACADKMI Olr MUSIC
and Art, .(J East Exchange St. St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
aught. Lessons given in drawing and paini
ng. (.'ail or send lor prospectus
DYE WORKS.
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad ou
this page will bring result*-, or your money
will be returned to yon. . .
J RAVE your "Want with the nearest
-J Globe agent. See list on this rage.
KAHEkaItT A f.iINTEL — Minnesota
Steam Dye Works, East Seventh,
THE PAINT PAUL DAILY GLOW: MONDAY MORN-NTT CAMPER 8. MM. Jl*«fi
SITUATIONS WA.liTl'l*.
3£:tls">.
* iwis.-.N lit it— .a boy of eighteen would
-a* like to learn a good trade; would start
at low rages. Address v. West Fifth st.
A YOUNG HAS wants work of some
Kind, where he can net wages on lime.
Address li> Summit iv.
CsE.KRK— A young man with good refer-
* ence and two years'experience, wants
ai> isltion as clerk in a law office. Address
k.. I. East Ninth.
IVKM wants work driving a delivery
wagon, or work around sonic store;
; lirst-class deliverer and well acquainted in
; the city, and in need of work. Address
i Driver, 456 Last Sixrii st.
E>tri.ov*tS:.NT —Wanted, situation ot
any Kind In either a retail or wholesale
boose (or office) by a voting man, aged nine
teen; good penman. Address -.'"lI East Fif
teenth st.
r^.-VII'I.OVMKN I— Situation by an honest
l-J and thoroughly reliable man; cap*
of doing most anything; reference. 354 Fort
street.
t)HAKMACa»T, registered, wishes pos-
L ition; thoroughly capable and experi
enced; highest references. Pharmacist, 321
Chestnut street.
POM I ION—A young man, nineteen years
of age. would like a position of any Kind;
is weli acquainted with city end has good
references Address CI. 188 West Seventh si.
WORK FO.'i HOARD by a strong young
man; will saw wood, lake good care
of horses, furnace, or will wash dishes for
board and attend scnool. C. 11.. 611 Endicott
Building.
AOONRIAKEK—Wanted, situation In
VV a wagon or carriage shop; Is a good
all around man; would do work of any kind
for the winter. Address for leu days. Earnest
P., P. O. Box IP*. Melniite, 10.
YTTANTED— A situation in commission
VV business; had large expericnt > in
handling butter: would invest some money
in the business later on. Address 1) it.. Globe.
Female.
BOOKKEEPER— girl desires po
sition as bookkeeper, cashier or type
writer, to gain experience; in or out of town.
Address T. o , '££& East University.
COOK— Situation Wauled— A girl would
J like a place as cook or laundress in
private family. Call at 133 East Tenth st.
DRESSMAKER in need of work wiil
accept 75 cents per day or take home
and make wool dresses for $2: satisfaction
guaranteed. Address AI, Globe.
DRESSMAKER-**** An experienced dress- '
maker wants sewing by the day In tarn- j
iiies. Call or address 2i5 Rondo st.
DEC Akifc.lt wants plain sewing in
families. Address 59 East Seventh St.,
Room 7.
i7*l'•; EMAN — Situation as stationary fire
man. Address 347 Wabasha.
HOPS; -WORK— A young lady desires a
ll place where she can assist in household
duties mornings and evenings in return for
board. Address Pi, Globe. '
.WORK—A Norwegian gill would
like a place to help around the house
and do plain cooking. Please call at 2C7
Thomas st.
HOUSEKEEPER— A respectable woman
would like position »< housekeeper for
small family. Apply ,j'.iS Starkey St., West
side.
HOUSEKEEPER— Refined German lady
would like to lake care ot ** household;
is musical; references exchanged. Address
8. ii.. 580 Fuller st.
HOUSEKEEPER— A lady wishes posi
tion as housekeeper; no objection to
children, where a servant is kept: in or out
of city. Address D 18, (.lobe.
HvUSEWORK— At Mrs. Schneifs, two
gills, understand general housework
and cooking, want situations in plain fam
ilies. 01 West Seventh st.
LAUNDRESS— An experienced laundress
wants situation. Address HIT York st.
LAUNDRESS — A first-class laundress
would like rough-dry washing to do at
home: clothes called for and delivered, and
good work guaranteed. Address Laundress,
l.'iii East Sixth st.
IV* UisSE—Experienced nurse will' take auy
lv sick case at reasonable price. Mrs.
Sacho, 955 Cortland st.
OFFICE WORK— lady wishes sit
uation in doctor's office. Address P 19,
Globe.
SEWING — An experienced dressmaker
would like sewing of any kind to do at
home; prices reasonable, and perfect lit
guaranteed. V;". Globe.
STENOGRAPHER - Position Wanted-
O Young lady stenographer, competent, ac
curate, rapid and experienced, especially in
law, desiies position immediately. Address
C. 8., Olobe.
\XT ASHING— washing to do at '
VV home; will do it good aud cheap. Mrs. I
Kagerer. ','^V Charles st.
I.GIiM'S .&.*%.» < AICISIAC^ES.
FOR SALK-Good work team tor $.5;
JC good horse and harness, $15; good driv
ing horse cheap; will sell on time. 472 Sib
ley st.
DOR SAL!.-Horse, top buggy, harness
l and organ; horse is perfectly sound,
kind and gentle; any woman can drive; or
gan is in good repair and is in perfect tone.
call 938 Woodbridge st.
17*01. sai.k-a new Crutteuden extension
-T brougham, standard style, with Scott
bobs, at a bargain. Address 6 19. Globe.
FINE PONY for sale, cheap; gentle, kind;
weighs 7011 lbs.; will trade for cow or
good buggy. Address A "'i. Globe.
WANTED— Light sleigh; suitable for
grocery delivery. Address E 19, Globe.
MINT AXIS FOIL! P..
BELL LOST— soiid bell made of same
metal as Columbian Liberty bell: name
and date July 4, 1771, engraved thereon.
Finder please return to Globe office and re
ceive liberal reward.
DOC. FOUND— A small dog early in No
vember. Inquire of Jefferson & Kas
son.
MARKS FOUND—Nov. •.'ft, iSui.one sorrel
ItJ. mare, also one chestnut marc; owner
can have same by paving expenses. Mrs. E.
L. Crosby, Farm, Montreal ay.
rt/lONEY Li.« T-Ten dollar bill in Golden
iVI Rule store; please return to Fred
Jereau. at Barrett & Barrett's.
POCKI.TBOOK FOUND—If party who
lost pockctbook. as advertised in this
paper yesterday, will give his address, he
will heaO of something to his advantage.
TO EXCIIAIfL-E.
NEW goods for sec'd-hand.Ryan Furniture
11 and Exchange Co., 141 and 144 E. 7th s
OTOVK EXCHANGE—OId stoves taken
kj in exchange for new; also headquarters
for Peninsular stove repairs. Karst & Prober,
183-187 West Third, comer Exchange. Tele
phone. .^
TO EXCHANGE— A new solid gold watch
tor new gent's clothing. Apply 15 East
Third st.
TO EXCHANGE— Rent of a good nine
room house near center of city, for pa
perhauging or most anything of value. Ad
dress N 24, Globe.
*-po EXCHANGE—Corner lot for a porta-
J ble sawmill complete. Address P 18,
Globe.
WANTED TO RENT.
HOI Wanted to rent for the winter, a
five to seven-room furnished house or
flat with modern conveniences for family of
four; rent uot to exceed 833: state price. Ad
dress ii .'fl. Olobe.
ROOMS— Wanted, two furnished or un
furnished rooms, good locality, near
business, by man and wife; will pay for good
accommodation; state price. Address M 17,
Globe.
music Af,.
BAN.IOES— The J. B. Sehall & Co. high
grade superior toned banjoes. *J7l Wa
bash a v., Chicago- send for catalogue,
FOR BEAT.
.>flll*tCV
C. 11. VIM 1iF.1.t.. £**J
The Bcntal Agent, ,'•"'
S-akes a Speciaiiij- of lCcntiuci'
Property!
SOP Manhattan BiiitluiH-j*.
J. W. *»h«-p;ir<i, at Kmmi -lilt St.
L» knjh iiOlisi>, STOKI's, F****CB**,
IV acts as owners' agent, collects rents;
steam-heated apartments for At*" 1, *.'•>. $ij aud
IP : reduced rental,
l.oi:r<es.
COTTAGE— Furnished cottage; low rent
to right Party. 4Q'> Dayton ay.
('OTTAtiI. —Five-room cottage: city water,
-' sewer, wood ho use. cellar; rent gift *.'.">•!
Fourteenth st.
CiO STAG*.— A new rive-room cottage: rent
J cheap. 901 Virginia ST. Inquire s4o Min
nesota st.
TAVLOK'S UKNT.Nt; AtiKNU. —
-I GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE OF ItENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
et»USK— Seven-room brick house for rent.
Apply at 400 Virginia
HOI'S For rent, furnished seven-room
house on St. Anthony hill to Mayl;
rent reasonable. J IS. (Robe.
HOUSE— For rent for six months, fur
nished house on sit. Anthony bill:
seven rooms, thoroughly furnished, with
all conveniences: rent reasonable to re
sponsible party. Address D 17. Globe.
BOUSE— New six-room house, nicely fur
nished, in Central Terrace. Inquire 82
West Central.
HOUSE— Jackson st. at a great bar
gain for certain reasons. Inquire
Esterle}-. Room 11. German la Rank building.
HOPS X—Six-room house; hot and cold
water, bath, storm sash, -.'till Charles st.
Fiat**.
IT*EAT of seven rooms, first floor: modern
A improvements, storm windows. 1711 West
Ninth. Apply in rear house.
FLAT— Furnished flat to rent tor house
keeping; furnace heat and all modern
improvements. 073 St. Peter st.
1 "7*CATS—Seven-room heated flats;
A hot water, gas range fixtures, screens,
shades, laundry, etc. 93 and 95 Eleventh st.
[7* LATS—Handsome two. three and four-
I 1 room fiats (second floor) at 04, Broad
way.
FLATS— For rent, apartment fiats, • three
to seven rooms, in Robertson Block,
West Seventh, corner Sherman st. Charles '£,
Cardigan. Forepaugh Block. Seven corneas;
FLAT— E"*or rent, small flat Dec. 1 in Ar
gyle, corner St. Peter and Central. in
quire Room 9or janitor. . f*j
UIAT of four rooms, furnished for use
-1 keeping, or furniture for sale. 377 North
Washington st. ■*$ •
PLAT— For rent, a five-room flat. with Ml
A conveniences, at 644 Wacouta st. Apery
"221 Bast Seventh st. 4.
pLAT—Wanted, young lady to share steaja-
F heated flat. Address C 4, Globe. i
PL ATS— rent, steam-heated Hals, CO
F and $30. Inquire at 391 Selby ay. '■*$•
tton.it-.. A
A— HOTEL BRUNSWIC*.. for gentle
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated,
rooms by day, week or month. W
: : _4_
BARTEAU, 39 — Nicely furnisned east
room. $
BROADWAY ST., 551 — Pleasant frtuit
parlor; private family. . „-,
C *.i ADA ST., 157 — Three unfurnished
' room?, with bath; back yard; good cellar.
COLLEGE AY" 70, WEST—Nicely fur
nished front alcove room; all modern
conveniences; suitable tor one or two gen
tlemen: references.
DOUGLAS ST.. 83—Rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, suitable for light house
keeping.
EIGHTH ST,. 313 EAST—Two pleasant
furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing: ground floor.
ELEVENTH ST., 74 EAST— rent,
large furnished front room and alcove;
suitable for two gentlemen; eight miuutes'
walk from postoftiee.
FIFTH, '.'34. WEST—Third Flat-Steam
heated rooms: gas, bath.
FOURTH ST.. NO. 48, WEST—Nicely
F furnished rooms, with heat, suitable for
two, ladies or gentlemen.
HOTEL BARTEAU, 32—Pot rent, steam
heated front bedroom.
JGLfcHA.aT ST.. 81—Four nice rooms for
reut: ground floor; all improvements de
] sirable in every respect: $10 per mouth.
JACKSON ST., 571 — Good furnished
rooms for rent for light housekeeping at
reasonable price; centrally located.
MINNESOTA ST.. 54'»— Near High School
ItA —Two large rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, with bath: furnace heat.
TVTELSON AY., 287—South front room,
11 nicely furnished ;lfuruaco heat, gas and
bath: suitable for two.
NINTH ST., 150 WEST—Secoud Floor
-11 Nicely furnished front room, centrally
located; rent reasonable.
PLEASANT AY., 147-Pleasant furnished
front room, also side room: will rent
reasonable; board if desired.
RECK ST.. 200—For rent, two nicely fur
nished rooms: S'l and %4 ncr month.
ROOMMATE wanted; young man of
good habits; furnace heat, gas, hoi and
cold water: reut 53.50. 646 St. Peter st.
ROOMS — Four unfurnished rooms for
rent: also furnished room. N 25. Globe.
ROOMS— Furnished rooms. Inquire room
3. Forepaugh block.
f) tiOMS—Nicely furnished rooms,en suite.
V In steam-heated Hat; private faniil
for gentlemen; Address J ,'. Globe.
EVENT ST.. 415. BAST—A few pleas
iaj ant rooms, en suite or single, furnished or
unfurnished: everything convenient for
light housekeeping; rent reasonable.
SELBY AY., 405-For rent, three unfur
nished rooms: city water and sewer.
t^jEVENTH ST., 278. WEST—For rent,
O one comfortable furnished front room, j
SEVENTH ST., 255 WEST—Furnished"
rooms; with or without board.
SHERBURNE AY., MB— For rent, fur
nished alcove room for two gentlemen;;
board if desired; private family.
OHITH AY.. 127 — Desirable furnished
O front rooms: rent reasonable; modern
conveniences; private family.
SMITH AY., 113 NORTH— nicely:
furnished rooms; all modern conven
iences; private family. Call Sunday or,
after 0. >r,
SMITH AY., 2ii3, NORTH—Furnished!
trout room, with bath. -*■•.■ f
SMITH AT., 13**— Near Hotel Bartean—
For rent, nicely furnished rooms; mod
ern improvements.
BT. peter, :ißs—Directly Opposite the
O ('rami For rent, to gentlemen only, a
suite of furnished rooms; also a small fur
nished room at 55 a month.
i^jT PETr.lt ST.. RS-LaifA comfortably
•^ furnished front room to rent; furnace
heat and all modern improvements.
ST. PETER &T., 630-Kelween bummit
and Igleliart—Newly furnished room,
with board; modern; use of parlors and
piano.
SUMMIT AY., -.ti Near St. Peter- -Nicely
furnished rooms; all modern conven
iences; with or without board.
•pENTH ST.. 203, EAST — Nicely fur
x nished front room; all conveniences;
private family.
■Pi-.NTH ST.. 87, WEST— furnished
A rooms; frout parlor, $8: small room, 1;
bath included.
•■pENTH ST., afc, EAST — Large front
A room, neatly furnished;heat, gas. bath;
near business center.
fir ABASH ST., 4-Jo— Furnished frout
s * room for reut, with heat.
FOB BEST.
, ttootu-.:
TENTH. 414, HAS !-Ji7..ms (furnished)
— A large room, witn t*vo closets; hot
air: light housekeeping allowed.
Titlito ST., NO. :.':tr,. W -,mt — 1 hr-e
A front furnished rooms', suite or single,
with heat and bath.
\\'alni:t ST.. *MS— Furnished rooms.
»* convenience of light housekeeping,
and bat j,
U? ABASH a a I*., 'aftHa- Corner Tenth St.
—Furnished rooms tor rent; rooms
kept warm; place quiet.
WASHINGTON ST., NO. 4 i.V- Corner
Seventh—For rent newly furnished or
unfurnished rooms. Mrs, h. •'. l.emome.H
AUCTION 8 A MRS.
HIGH V IM FO 1 ANT I..NX t!*
served sale at auctiou of upwards of
Sirs.o9o worth of elegant end costly parlor,
library, boudoir, dining and bedroom turni
tare, Axminsier, Royal Wilton. Moquette and
Brussels carpets, rich and handsome silk and
silk, plush draperies, solid silver articles, fine
brass goods, costly china dinner service and
bric-a-brac, valuable library overTM volumes
books, portfolios of etchings and engravings,
larfte French mirrors. elegant upright piano,
best curled hair mattresses, bedding linen.
Royal batsman, Imari, Cloisonne and Owari
pottery, silk shade banquet lamps. 5 o'clock
sets, candelabra, mahogany roods, etc.. Lite
same being consignments from residences at
Rondo St.. Merriam Park. Lowry Oil I. Selbv
ay., St. Paul. A valuable lot from It P. Rus
sell storage warehouse, and all the new fur
niture and carpets from Messrs. Jayne &
Morrison, receivers in the matter of A. E.
Horton, insolvent, all of which have accu
mulated during the progress of extensive
alterations at our new salesrooms, Kos. 44
and 46 Seventh st. siuth (two doors from
Nicollet ay. I. Minneapolis, where everything
has been removed for convenience of sale,
every piece of which will be sold at auction
without the slightest reserve, on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, lull, 13th and !4lh
December next, commencing each day at 10
a m. sharp. Catalogues will be ready in a
few days and may be bad at the office of the
the auctioneers, 312 Hennepin ay..- or will be
mailed free on application. Goods will be
on exhibition Tuesday. ilt.\ December, from
Ba.m.to i! p m. Parlies in search of bar
(tains iv line furniture or goods for the holi
days cannot afford to miss this opportunity,
it being seldom such a large assemblage of
nice goods comes under the hammer for
bona toe unreserved sale. Goods packed
for shipment Robert Bown A Co., Auc
tioneers. 312 Hennepin ay.. Minneapolis.
PFBSOaVAfJS.
A...:. You i.i luoiSl/,.! — consult
Madame lna Walker, "life reader," for
faithful reading of your pas*, 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, $1. 505 Wabasha st., opposite
capitol.
ALWAYS ABLE—Madame Teits
worth; prices reduced 5,' cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st,
M.M E. ST. JOHNS-clairvoyant,:magnetic
1-1 healer. Readings, x:5 cents and .0 cents.
130 West fourth st.
\/'l Its.- ALICE AUSTlN.'clairvoyant; card
if A readings, 25 cents. No. 10 West Exchange
St.. near Wabasha.
MRS. LOCI.SE NEITMANN—Masque-
J-'-l radeaud theatrical masks, wigs, beards
aud grease paint. 50 East seventh st.
MRS. D .RKARDON—Massage.electric
J..X vapor baths. Over Yerxa's, 34 East
Seventh, Room 3j4; 9 to. 9, Sundays in
cluded. „,.-. !- :.:, ;... , i i • ..-.,• a.;
MRS M. A. (TUSSKY') I.AHKAI.OO—
l.i €21 Wabasha St.—Magnetic and joassage
treatment for paralytic, rheumatism and
nervous diseases: also baths i a.m. to I D.m
MRS. LEWIS, experienced massagist;
hours 10 to 10 daily. 35 East Seventh,
Rooms 29 and 30.
YTT ANTED—To know the whereabouts of
VV Rosalia Krawczak, wife of George
Krawczak.,who was last seen on Western a v.,
corner Edmund st.. Oct. 30. Any informa
tion will be thankfully received and inform
er rewarded by George Krawczak, 257 Ed
mund st.
KDAIS3* ifrgEKEn.
BOARD— Pleasant Ay.—Pleasant fur
nished side room, with board; private
family
BOARD— Day beard at 64 East Eleventh
st., near the capitol.
BOARD — Well-furnished, steam-heated
rooms, with board. -210 Ninth, comer
Sibley.
BOARD— Furnished front rooms.with best
table board. 385 North Washington st.
BOARD — Large, pleasant front alcove
room aud an adjoining room with excel
lent board; fine location; near Selby cable.
155 Nina ay.
BOARD— nicely .furnished rooms,
with board and steam heat. 151 Summit
ay.. opposite Sixth st.
BOARD- Lyons Court — Special family
rates; steam heat and modern. Sibley
St., between Ninth and Tenth.
jfiEDAK ST., 486—Pleasant furnished
v.' rout rooms, single or en suite; board if
desired: near business center.
•fc'T'HE MlNE.."—Pleasant rooms, with
-L board; centrally located for business
people. 10' College ay.. corner Sixth.
BISfasJEWS CHAIC 'ES.
FIRST-CLASS brick hotel, thirty rooms,
nicely arranged: doing good business;
city of 10,000; near St.Paul: for sale at a
great bargain. Address Cremer & Co.. St.
Paul.
Foil SALE—A first-class butter, milk and
egg store, in good location, doing good
retail and wholesale business. Address G 22.
Globe.
\\, ANTED TO BUY — Carnage repair
VV business or general blacksmith and
wagon repair shop in good locality; answer
immediately. Address Blacksmith, Globe,
St. Paul.
WASTED TO Bill.
CASH REGISTER—NicueI-plated cash
t register; spot cash if low enough. Ad
dress J 20, Globe.
ROBES— A couple of good fur lap robes
cheap fjr cash, or will trade jewelry.
Boom 10, Globe Building.
BECONU-HAND CEOTH IN O-Highest
•O price paid for ladles' and gentlemen's
second-hand clothing. Address 188 East
Seventh, store.
TYPEWRITER— Wanted to buy, a sec
ond-hand Remington typewriter on
monthly payments; No. 5 preferred; good
condition; cheap. G 21. Globe.
FOR SALS.
SKIVING MACHINES—Four first-class
O machines with attachmeuts. Please
call and examine. 260 Bice si.
t^jPKCIAL SAKE of second-hand stoves
►J aud carpets at Ryan Furniture and lix
change Company. 142 and 141 •seventh st.
i>Ki:ss.n/\Ki'%«.
Ks. CURTIS has just returned from the
J- East. Ladles desiring dainty waists
and perfect-fitting, stylish gowns will find it
to their interest to call at 107 Colonnade
Building.
< IUI(OI'OI»Y.
/'i uon THING for sore feet. Uood Luck
vT Salve; sure cure for bad-smelling feet,
scald feet and dry, hot feet. If your druggist
docs not keep It, send or call on W. H. Look
wood, chiropodist, 201 and -.'O4 Eudicott
Building; '-.'sc, 50c and $1 box.
BO.UID WAHTEI».
BOARD— Young gentleman desires room
and board with private family in vicin
ity of Summit park or on the hill. Address
o *". olobe.
TIPEWBITEKS.
RE Ml OK TTPEWIUTKttS - Al
ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best aud always have the latest tm
drovemenls. Typewriter paper and supplies
of all kinds, alaohtnes for rent. Wyokoff
Seam an* * U*)u*-d««A M Kail Fourth st
to /^hlcao-o ■ '
Pk *
*§££&& HELLO—Central ! " Connect me with)
!&iS-- & "• Mrs. Palmer in Chicago."
-m /W^^T HELLO ! "Is that Mrs. Palmer?"
\ Zgjm "Yes- What is it, Liilioukalani ? "
X " Coxe Arm?"
(I - ~" If^wF/W^yWh^X X^^P% "oil no ' you make ms *^gk~
y / "; : ' ■■/^/f\^W^Wm^ /SP**!^ this is something REAL
/ \^&Mf \^^§W' GOOD."
* ) lN^llt Have you heard of the new
//// /^-r^Jffiv jw^tr music portfolio just out ?
HI A V'n^mT " The World's
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iIIIm Im^r^ Sweetest :
V rt )J^lii™ lllsi H «yW
It contains all of 3*i«j^^ V i lffl>^_K^i,^
ft at favorites, MfwWW "' ;;.
It is just too ( /W (M
lovely, for any- W/l \^MM^//M^^^^^
thing. lam going f"^ ymWW^/Mf^^\\ \l
to send you a copy. I *^MMJW\ \ WJ^ V' 1' \,
Oh, thank you, but I've ' V"-^^JW|f\, u , ) >i / )
.just got the first • X.'^>^\3 Mm ///
number and am perfectly / 4f
delighted with it. My boys vC TS^^^^v^ ( J^\ /
and girls are going to have f {^^^^^^^ )" X^^^T
a grand rally here to-night ' / Vl^/)y^^a^^^L^ X-~~~<^
to sing the songs. I had to ll r'ln//^^^^i^% -ia
get twenty copies for them. ill! Mm I \ V///~W
Isn't it just splendid? I'm : • iff///// ' *^i 1/ \
glad you've got it. r f 'j|f//f 1/ \
GOOD-BYE! ;// T \
GOOD-BYE' i ' / _. _ . >
The great Basso Profundo of Bos
ton, who sang the grand solo in the
open air to 100,000 people at Phila
delphia in 1876, says of these songs:
I am happy to express to you my
cordial endorsement of the work as most
desirable for the home circle and the ex
cellence of its selections as deserving of
great praise. With sincere congratula
tions on the musical success of your work,
and kindest wishes for the financial suc
cess which it so well deserves,
I remain
Very sincerely yours,
M. IV. WHITNEY.
PART 2 JUST READY.
It is issued in sixteen weekly parts, each containing forty-eight pages of music
and four beautiful illuminated portraits of Star Musicians. There are twenty lovely
songs, worth at Sheet Music Price About $10.00.
PART 2 OF THE WORLD'S SWEETEST SONGS
BIRDIE LOOKING OUT FOR ME *> By Ethel Lyn
One of the Most Pathetic Songs Ever Written.
BIRDIE'S EVENING PRAYER By Charles Rea
":"..'". * Lovely as Can Be.
RING DEM HEAVENLY BELLS By Sam Lucas
A Delightful Minstrel Melody.
Above Alone Gould Not 8e Bought in Any Other Way Short of FIVE TIMES Our Price for the
ENTIRE PARI. It Also Contains
Sailing Godfrey Marks
The Old Sexton Russell
Tup Bask Maker's Child Thompson
When Ye Gang Awa, Jamie Demar
One Sweetly Solemn Teojght Palmer
Janet's Choice Claribel
Twenty Tears Ago Hayes
No, Sib Wakefield
Whistle and Wait for Katie Baker
Besides the above it is embellished with FOUR ILLUMINATED PORTRAITS OF STAR MUSICIANS-Carl
Streitman. Emma Nevada, Eugene Pappenheim, Delia Fox. These would cos' 50 cants each elsewhere.
. Out-of-town purchasers will save time and postage by sending for ths whole series at once. We will then
be able to place this PRIZE COMPLETE 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
WILL 003STT-AainST:
ART DEPARTMENT, DAILY GLOBE
Think of
$5,000
a Night
That is what the World-Renowned Queen of Song
Adelina Patti,
receives in any part of the world for singing
just a few of her favorite songs. You can gel
them ail for a much less sum in
"The World's
Sweetest Songs."
Mks. L 0.-tv and I Hutchinson
The Old Arm Chair Russell
Clochette Motfoy
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs Claribel
The New Kingdom Berthold Tours
I Will Arise Dr. Leslie
Silo am Woodbury
Admiration Haydn
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