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/ 1 the Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe, at the Same Kates 89
harmed by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON HILLS.
C.K. Marelius Drugstore
( 01;. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
I .Jurgeson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND KEANEY ST.
A. &C. A. Schumacher Drug Store
i :-i i'A iln AVENUE.
Hermann . Grocery Stor
COR. BUCK AND MINNEIIAHA.
BA \'l N%N Bul'FF.
erWestby Drugstore
C7t THIRD STREET.
J. C. Vai:cJer Bie.lce Ore am & Confectionery
119 AST SEVEXT.iI ST.
HAMLIXE.
I fmline Pharmacy. Drugstore
.lV irM 1.1.1NG AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
V. illiam K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Jofeph Argay Drugs re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
1..D. Merrill News Stand
442 BROADWAY.
■EBBIAM PA UK.
A.L. Woolsejr ..Drugstore
ST. ANTKONY AND PRIOR AYS.
ST. AMKONY I* ILL.
W.A.Frost Aiij Drugstore
tZLBY AND X EtsTEKS AYS.
ttiaigtt Bros Drugstore
RONDO AND GROTTO
A. A. Campbell . Drugstore
235 RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyous Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
A.T. Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
r.JlcCrudden Confectioner
41X RICE STREET.
IMON PARK.
C. A. Moncbow Cigars and Tobacco
LNl\ El.Ml V AND PRIOR AYS. *
rPPEII TOWN.
I.H Reeves Drugstore
KOORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
C.T. Heller Colonnade Drugstore
bT. PETER ai,d TENTH STS.
E.J. Witte Drug Stow
itO MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
v E.Lowe Drugstore
I.CBEIiT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
I .1. Wincott&Co Drugstore
< OR. RICE AND IGLEIIART.
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SEVENTH STRICT.
J.&G.A. Schumacher Drugstore
i£« WEST SEVENTH ST.
3 . .\Kulkr. DrugSto
( ( B. JAWES AND WEST SEVENTH.
WEST SIDE

3 tie Eclipse Drug Store. .
t. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AY.
C.T.Dunn Cigar and Newsstand
425 B. ROBERT STREET.
Geou'eXartL Drugstore
t. WABASXIA AND FAIRFIELD AY.
C.Dciac c ........Barbershop
i^7E. FAIRFIELD AY.
tccrdstreet I'r^sn-iD'.u:! Drag Store
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD. **
A. T. Hall Drugstore
CORNER £• WABASIIA AND ISABEL.
AXNOIIIICEIIIEItTS.
ONLY INTELLIGENT ADVKK.IS
ing pays. The Advertiser's Bargain
Book Contain full information on circu
lation and iate» or all leading dailies, week
lies, magazines, agricultural and religious
papers and many interesting combinations
and suggestions bow to succeed by advertis
ing, sent to any address for 10 cents. The
most valuable book of this kind. Address
International Newspaper . Advertising
Agency. !1'» Dearborn si. Chicago. 111.
MTI ATIOKB Oil 1.U1.1*.
Males.
AGENTS wanted to canvass the counties
A In which they live: under our new plan
they can earn from $."5 to Sl.'» • per month;
write for particulars. Only those 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 $."> to
$15 per day easily made. No capital re
ouired. Address by mail only, I) 4, care of
the Globe.
AGENTS in every state on Mian and com
mission. Agents making S-"> 'osVj weekly.
Eureka Chemical & Mfg. to.. LaCrosse, \\ is.
* GEMS— Wanted, agents for Hunkers'
A Life Association, St. I'anl.Minn.: strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
Write for agency.
AGENTS wanted to sell sewing ma
chines in Stillwnter and vicinity; good
wages and steady employment to those fur
nishing reference. Address Fred, UO7 South
Third St.. Stiil water. Minn.
A GENTS WANTED—MaIe and female,
■£*. in every '.own ; steady paying employ
ment. Write to C. L, K.,'Box ;2">. Owaton
-11 a. Minn.
BAKER — Wanted, a nrst-ci&ss baker; no
other need apply. Address Mason City
Bakery.
HOSTLEK— Wanted, man to take core of
hordes and drive delivery wagon: must
understand the care of horses and be w.'il
acquainted with the city. Bcbliek & Co., lOi
East Sixth tit.
JOB POINTER - Wanted, job printer.
Call early. No. 7 Bast Third st.
MAN wanted to care for horses and do
I'J. chores for board. 416 East Seventh st.
MEN AM> WOMEN TO UOKK.AT
home. ■ I pay £8 to Sift per week for
making crayon portraits: new patented
method: any one who can read or write can
do the work at home iv spare time, day or
evening. Send your address. I send work
at once. H. A. Gripp, German Artist, Ty
rone. Pa. tgpi
I Oils ale.
At;!'- wanted to canvass the counties
in which they live: under our new plan
they can eajn from 575 to £150 per month;
write for particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country and tovms are wanted. Lndies
can do the work us well as men. From $3 to
?I.~> per day easily made. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
Globe.
OITSEWOKK— Good girl wanted for
general housework. 233 West Third st.
A LESLA! • V—Wanted, lady for light and
0 pleasant work: one experienced as sales
lady preferred. Address X 14. Globe. ■
PFRSOSA_LS.
A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.
— PttOF. I.ITTK.N. the clairvoyant, 526
Cedar st. Ladies, 50c; gents, $1. Positively
the iast week.
I.WAYS HELIAISLE—Madame Teits
worth; prices reduced 50 cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
MADAM ST. .JOHNS, clairvoyant and
I'J- magnetic healer: readings, 25 and 50
cents. 130 West Fourth st.»
1 ] IS* HELEN OK VKAKK—Manicuring
ill and massage: satisfaction assured.
Office !». No. .-." East Seventh st.
MBS. KATE HOSKI.NS— Psyeh-,meric
ItJ. reader and trance medium. No. 149 I&
West Sixth st.
|\,liss AN—Massage and alcohol
i-»A baths; open daily and evenings. 430
Waba&ha. room 15.
|\ Ks. I.EWiM— Experiencea massagist:
ltl hours 1' to 10 daily. 35 Kast Seventh,
Rooms :.!» and 30.
VI US. UK. F. UEAIiDON— East Sev
-1»A enth, Room 304—Massage, vapor and
electric baths; <J to 0 p.m., including Sun
days.
\1 KS. LOL'ISK > KIT MAN N — Masque-
ITI rade and theatrical masks.-wigs, beards
and grease paint. 56 East seventh st.
MilS M. A. (tUSSKT) lIAKKALOO
t24 Wnbiisha St.— Magnetic and .nassage
treatment for paralytic, rheum aiitm and
nervous diseases: also batbx i a.m. to > D.m
V| Ks. AL.ICK AUSTIN — clairvoyant;
ITX card readings, 25 cents. 16 West Ex
change St., near Wabasha.
TH X (iKKATKST CLAIRVOYANT of
the sge, the young Madame Romaiue, is
in this city, and can be consulted on all
affairs of life; her predictions never fail;
she makes a success where others fail cor
rect advice on business, matrimonial and all
family affairs: brings the separated together;
causes happy marriage with the one you
love: future plainly revealed: lovers united;
troubles healed; those in trouble should not
fail to cull and be convinced on the above
statements; business strictly' confidential;
letters containing stamp promptly answered;
hours oto ft. Address or'call 563 Jackson St.,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
•y'-iU KAST SEVKNTII ST. — Expert
>v»JvJ massage. Magnetic and alcohol
baths. Anna of Chicago.
~ LOST A.^l» FO UJli>.
DOG LOST — A skye terrier pup. nine
-L' months old; yel'owish color, wearing
plain leather collar. Return to 493 Holly ay.
and receive reward.
DOG LOST—A black cocker spaniel; short
tail. Reward by returning to 749 Day
ton ay.
F()( KETBOOK LOST-Saturday even
-l ing, in Schuneman & Evans' or cross
ing from there to o;k St. Peter, wine-colored
pocketbook containing money and receipts
with owner's name. Liberal reward if re
turned to above number.
HI NI*i;SS C IIA^I
IRST-OLASS MEAT MARKET, doing
good buMness; good chance for right
party; will sell cheap if taken at once. Yll
Globe.
FOX SALE—Tke best bakery and restau-
A rant in Little Falls; does a good busi
ness: reasons for selling, sickness in family.
For full information write or call Joseph
Michalka. proprietor.
IK3TIU:CTIO3!S.
MUZZAKA DANCING ACADKMIKB
1»X ' —Private academy and residence. 629
Central Park east; Twin City hall, corner
Rice and University, Saturdays; Paul Mar
tin s opera house. West St. Paul, Tuesdays
BT. AfiAUlA'-S ACAIJK.VI* OK MUSIC
aud Art, «i East Exchange St., St. Paul-
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
aught. Lessons given In drawing aud paluc
nsr. (.'all or send for prospectus
• >YK WOKKV
ASK through the Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring resulu". or your money
will be returned to you.
JKAVKyour -'Want" with the nearest
J Globe acent. See list on this paste.
T/AHI.I.KI & KIMTKJL - Minnesota
XV Steam Dye Works. 244 East SevenUi.
f*l*A*«'l4l,
\ ; 1 ONEI LOAHBO on life insurance pol
l'J- icies, or bought. L. P. Van Norman.
4V.ii<2 Guaranty Lortii Building. .Minneapolis.
S^n 'f<>So'-!0 short-time loans procured
ii?*s\J on personal property. Ohio Invest
ment Company, seveuth floor Globe Build-
Inc.
BOARD WAJtTKI».
BOA ;.!»—Wanted, room and board in nice
private family, within easy walking dis
tance of Smith park, for young man of
eighteen. Address with particulars, J 06,
Uiobe.
THE PAINT PAUL J)AILY GLOBE: THURSDAY MOKNINO. DECEMBER 13, j#H.
«SITUATIO.\S WA\TH!>
Male.
ACCOUNTANT— Wanted, one or two at is
of books to write up at any hours to
suit during i be day. Address Pt& Globe.
AI'PKKN ilt'K— situation wanted by a
young man of spveiucen: would like to
leant a trade, or woik «.>f any kind; best rec
ommendation tarnished. It. G. Ilase, K'l
Seventh southeast, Minneapolis, Minn.
Vri'KKMK'K- A boy fifteen years old
would like a place in a print!ug otlice.
call (>:( Western ay south.
CIIKCULAKN, samples, etc., honestly and
■> inlcliigently distributed; also, will do
mailing to selected names. G-, Gloiie.
CLl'.'ltK —Young man, clerk, fuoaiapaei
and a tair bookkeeper, wants position
with some linn where attention to business
will assure permanent employment. M.,23
C'ouri lilock.
CtOACHMAK. — A young man, experienced
J coachman, wants situation; can give
city references. Address G. Nelson, lUI7
Edserton st.
DKI.ivkKY KAN—Tonne man would
like a position on delivery wagon or
other work around store. Address A. S.
Plena, 623 Hay st.
DtcUG CLERK —Wanted, position in a
diug store by a youns man wishing to
study medicine; twelve years' experience
in general store; references furnished if
desired. Address A. F. Morgan, Pleasant
Valley, Wis.
DKl<i CLERK— Wanted by experienced
drug clerk, an honorary graduate; or
would take position in book or stationery
store; good references given. Address J.W.,
Globe office.
EMPLOYMENT —Situation wanted by
young maujtwenty-two years of age, not
afraid to work; will work for board. Ad
dress Andrew .sandell. No. 2337 Ellis St., St.
Anthony Park.
EMPLOYMENT— Married man with wife
and one child wants work of any kind;
can niiike himself useful in any position;
will accept first offer. 154 Concoid st.
EMPLOYMENT— A young man wpnts
wotfc of any kind: best of references.
Address R. H., i^'s Virginia ay.
EMPLOVXKUT— Work- in or about store
or delivering; experienced; know the
citr; will work cheap. 038 Sims st.
ELKCTHICI AM — Wanted, by practical
electrician'of experience, a permanent
position; am also tirst-class engineer. O 12,
Globe.
OITFICIC WOKK—Situation wanted by an
honest and temperate young man of
nineteen, as office or any other work ottered
him: am a good penman; can furnish refer
ences. Address No. :>t> Louis st., city.
OFFICE WORK—Situation wanted by a
young man of nineteen years of age as
office or any inside work; am a good penman
and will do his best to please his employer;
can furnish good references. Address B. L.
C. 2H-J Louis st.. city.
PHARMACIST, registered iv Minnesota
and North Dakota, seeks position; thor
oughly capable: highest references. Drug
gist, 34'J Wabasha st.
JANITOK— Wanted, a position as janitor
of a building or private "office or bed
rooms. Address or call at & 3 UuiversUy ay.
JANITOK— Wauled, position In store or
office building by first-class janitor; Is a
practical painter and decorator: has been in
the employ of the Tread-Weil Shoe company
for the past rive years: can furnish good
references. Address P. Davis, 247 East Eighth
£t., city.
SAi,JiSMAN — First-class city salesman
wants something to sell on salary or comm
ission. Address VB7, Globe.
WANTED —Job for good heavy team and
Al mvii to work with wholesale house,
coal aud wood yard or work iv the woods for
Winter. Please address or call at 4UO White
hall St., city.
WOKK FOB HOARD— A poor youne
man wants to work for his board and
go to school. Please address A. J., 641 Eudi
cott Building.
WORK FOR BOAKO-A young man
wants a place to work for his board
and amend school. Adare&s F. J., 4JIVi
Michigan st.
WOKK— a young man nineteen years of
age wouid like a position of any kind:
is well acquainted with city and has best of
references. Addres-s E. R., 125 Virginia ay.
OKK FOB IJOAUD- Wanted, a place
to work for board and attend school.
Address J. A. G., ;tt'i4 Uosabel St., city.
Female.
A> AMATKIK would iike to travel with
an opera company; has had some ex
perience. C 7. Globe.
BOAKI)— A lady wants to board children
at her home; reasonable; call or address,
at 51 West Exchange, Larpenteur's Employ
ment Office.
COOK— First-class cook would like a situ
ation in a private family. Apply X 17.
Globe.
CiOOK— A first-class cook wishes situation
in a private family; won't do anything
but cooking; furnish best city reference.
411 Jay st.
COOK— A first-class lady cook wants cook
ing by the day, or make dinners for re
ceptions: first-class city reference. Address
M. \\\, 405 Rice st.
/"lOMPANIOM— A young lady would like
v> position as companion, or pleasant em
ployment of some sort. P i>. Globe.
DKKS.SMAKER desires a few more en
gagements in families; perfect fit given;
references. Address Dressmaker, 30a East
Ninth st.
pvKtS!)MAKEK, first-ciass references;
LJ willing to work cheap tbjough holidays.
Call or address Dressmaker, 230 East Tenth
St.. city.
DRESSMAKER that can give perfect fit
and finish desires more engagements in
families; references. II 5, olobe.
DKKSS.HAKfcK —An experienced dress
maker wants sewing by the day in fam
ilies. Call or address 215 Rondo.
DKKSSMARKR- Competent dressmaker
wants work by the day, or will take it
home. 2?W Norris st.
U OUSK WORK— Good German girl wants
LJ place to do general housework. J. Kuh
land. 458 St. Peter st.
HOi;SKW«»RK — Young German girl
wants place to do housework; small
family. TH West Tenth st.
Hur^KKKKPKK — A young Scandina
vian woman, with a one-year-old child,
would like position as housekeeper. Call
52'J Bradley st.
HOLSKKEKPKii-A refined young lady
would like a position as managing house
keeper. P % Globe.
HOL&KKKfcPEK— An elderly girl, who
ta« a yesr-old child, wishes to keep
house, or assist in housekeeping, in or out
of city, for small wages* Call IST East Ninth
street.
HorsKKEKPKR— A competent (Cath
olic) lady past thirty-five desires a
position as housekeeper (not for widower),
uurse or some respectable work; city refer
ences. Address J l>\ Globe, Minneapolis.
LAI'.M)REHS-A girl wishes a position as
first-class laundress; can give good ref
erence: no objection to leaving the city. Call
at 139 Enst Tenth st.
LAUM)HK9»~A girl wishes a place as
first-class laundress; can give good ref
erence; no objection leaving the city. Call
at 199 East Tenth st.
NUKSK— Young woman wishes position
to care for children. Address 4'js Blair
street.
|V I'KXK-Experienced nurse will take any
1A t>irk case at reasonable price. Address
y.>6 Corilsnd st.
NL'KSE— Wnuted, a position by a young
11 lady 10 work by the day at taking care
of children, and go home at night. Call or
address 453 Oakland ay.
OOSITIUN wanted to do some kind of
X work byihoduy; has some experience
in clerking, and 1.- 11 good, neat sewer; will
work for small wages. Call or address Jitsi
Walhue. -'72 Rice st.. Room 3,
OTKHOGRAPHKR — Competent sten-
O ographer want! work; cau do assistant
bookkeeping; will work for a reasonable
salary. 60 Gennania Life Building.
SITUATIONS WAITED *:V
.Females. • !<Jt
Lady stenographer
*>- desires a position : have experience, arid
willing to use own typewriter. Address L.H
Globe. . Jn
WAITRESS — An experienced waitress
wishes situation in hotel or restaurant.
1.".4 Concord st. t-;.
WASHERWOMAN — Woman waists
washing and scrubbing by the day. 212.
East Tenth st.
\X7 -*sHlNG—Wanted, washing to take at
V * home. Call at 2215 Rondo »l.
WASIIINU — A first-class washer and
ironer; a first-class sweeper and dust
er, or any kind of housework; in a private
lainily. Call 4(5 West Ninth st.
WASHING A.D IRONING wanted to
take home, or go out. at 40 cents a
dozen; good satisfaction. Call or address
JC3 Arch st.
WASIIIN'tJ— Wanted, to go go out wash
ing, ironing aud cleaning. Call at till
Charles &t.
FOR KKKT.
Ji ou *<■>.
€. 11. ITWIWIWII.
The Rental Agent,
Hakes a Specialty of fCcntiuK
Properly.
309 Manhattan Ituildinv;.
J. W. piir<l. 94 East 4th St.
RKHTS HOUSE*, STORKS, OFFICES,
acts as owners' agent, collect* rents:
steam healed apartments for &A\ S:>s, JU-j and
$■'. : reduced rental.
Houses.
TAVI-OK'S KKVriNO AiihNCi —
1 GLOBE BUILDING *• WE RENT
HOUSES. STOKES. OFFICES. TAKE
CUAKUKO? KENTED PKOPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTION'S.
Moo ins.
A—hotki, HKUNsWiCn, for gentla
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
CKDAIt Sl'., 637—Opposite Central Park-
Nicely furnished front alcove room for
rent.
JGL.KHAKT ST.. 81— Four nice rooms for
rent: ground floor: all iniproremenls;de
sirable in every respect: $10 per month.
LYONS t'OL'KT — Steam-heated rooms,
newly famished ana renovated through
out. sibley st., between Ninth and Tenth.
ROOM— Newly furnished front room,
modern convenience; central location.
Apply 318 Spruoe st.
DLIcASANT AW, 179—Furnished rooms,
-L furnace heat, bath, hot water; rent from
$6 to $10 per month. ,y
HVKMTII ST., 400. WfcST—Nicely fur
nished rooms. 1*
TENTH ST., 97 WKBT-Two furnished
rooms; front parlor $3. »mall room $4;
board if required. **-
WAH ASH A. «S|— Nicely furdished front
rooms, suitable lor young gentleman
or gentleman and lady.
A BASH A ST.. 52UI*—Corner Tenth—
Furnished rooms for rent: location
central.
FOR SALE.. - : ,
BIKUS that cant be excelled: everybody
■who has heard them pronounces them
beautiful singers, and we'll make low prices. -
De Con & Co.. 31 West Third. ' "'-' "-''■
pIIKISTMAS THlCKS—Christmas trees
yj as fine in shave as you could grow your
self, and much cheaper; very cheap by the
dozen. De con & Co., 21 West Third. '
C CHRISTMAS TKKK lIOL.DKKS. De
V> Cou & Co., 21 West Third.
C^iims. COWS, COWS—Large assortment
* of fresh cows and springers to trade or
sell. G. L. Lyite's Cow Exchange, South
St. Paul.
FOLDING BKD-A new mantel folding
bed, cheap. Call at 4-4 W abasQa, Room 4.
GOLD FISH for a week at the low price
of 15 cents each, iust to induce you to
try Third street for prices. De Cou & Co.
Holly: HOLLY!! holly::: with
beautiful bunches of large red berries.
De Cou & Co , 21 West Third.
RING— Diamond cluster ring, with 1 -carat
sapphire in center; also elegant IVi-carat
solitaire gentleman's sapphire ring; a perfect
beauty. Room 22, Schutte Block.
SPECIAL SALK of second-hand stoves
<»nd carpets at Ryan Furniture and Ex
change Compauy, 142 and 144 seventh st.
IRK WORK of all kinds. St. Paul
Wire Works, 21 West Third.
BOARD OFFKR!:i).
BOAKO — Very desirable steam-heated
rooms with board. 151 Summit ay., op-
Dosile Sixth st.
BOAKD —Rooms with or without board;
all modern improvements. 26 Summit
ay., between St. Peter aud Wabasha.
BOAKD— Pleasant front room with alcove,
also sunny side room: excellent board;
near Selby cable; best references. 155 Nina
avenue.
DOAKD-Lyons Court—Table boarders.
WTHK MlNK«."—Pleasant rooms, with
-L board; centrally located for business
people. 162 College ay.. corner Sixth.
WAVFKOTO BIT*.
BUTCHERS' TOOLS AND COOLER—
Write me what you have and your low
est cash price. T. J. Moore, Morris. Minn.
UGGY HARNESS (single); must be
cheap and in good condition. Call 17!)
East Third st. .
PIP— Cocker spaniel pup. male, not over
ten weeks old- Address N3, Globe.
VIOLIN— Wanted, a good violin: one
whose qualities have been established by
use. Address I) 6. Globe.
TYPEWRITERS.
D EMINGTON TYPEWRITERS — Al-
XV ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the bent and always have the latest ira
drovementa. Typewriter paper and xuppliei
of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyekotf
' Seamans & Benedict. 94 Bast Fourth st „ ■
TO EXCHANGE.
NEW goods for seed-hand. Ryan Furniture
1 and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 E. 7th st.
O KXCHAKGK-House ana lot. clear,
for a small farm; East preferred. 804
East Lawson ft. ||
REAL ESTATE FOR SAKE.
miscellaneous. l:-,
FOR BALE— Lots south of Summit, east
of Lexington, for 8875; worth $1,500.
Small cash payment. Address V 12, Globe.
iHii.ssn
DRESS made very reasonable, $3.50;
fancy waists, $2; good fit guaranteed.
.18 Thompson ay. '
A* I*. EGB, Manufacturer and Dealer in
Importers of Billiard Clotb and Huopflaa.
Altering aud repairing done on Short Notice.
Second-hand tables bough: and soli*. ££0
East seventh Street, St. Paul, Mlna. .
AUCTIf».\ MM-:*.
Kavaiia^h A Joliukoii. Aim>tiou«
EXTRAORDINARY SALE ItV AllC
-Li —The following stocks are on hand
and must positively be disposed of regardless
of prices: The C. O. Rice stock. Wolter
«orff, Haskell & Co.. Davis & IJrown and
a $5,000 jewelry stock. On Monday, Dee. 17. at
1' a. m. and .' p. in., and continue for seven
days, we will commence to sell at public
auction ail of the above stocks in our store.
Nos. 12 and '.'4 East Seventh .st.consisting of
elegant carpets in Royal Wiltons. A.xmini
siers, Moquettes,Hody Brussels. ingrains; tine
Brussels, Net and Irish point lace curtains;
draperies, silk mid tapestries: over 500 new
bedroom suits in forty different styles. 4/0
new fancy rockers of nil s;yles. bookcases,
sideboards, cabinets. China closets, combina
tion bookcases and desks, ladies' writing
desks, sideboards, ball tree?. ward
robes, beds, bureaus. commodes, mat
tresses, springs pillows, 400 pairs
of fine, heavy all-wool blankets, piano
lamps, stand tamt«. carving knives,
silver-plated ware in knives, forks, spoons,
etc. In jewelry we snail sell a large assort
ment of bronzes, onyx clocks, tea sets, cas
tors, cake stands, fruit plates; solid gold
watches for ladies and gentlemen' a few dia
monds, emeralds, garnets, turquoises, pearls,
set in rings, studs, pins and eardrops; a
.lot of small goods suitable for Christmas
gifts, albums, picture books, etc. Never iv
the history of St. Paul has such a large and
varied stock been put up and sold at public
auction as this, and all must go, regardless
of prices. Kavanagh «S: Johnson, Auction
eers, 22 and 24 East Seven st.
Ylis<-<-ll:iii<-i»iiH.
PROF. B. S. MAYS will sell at auction,
preparatory to goinj! South, on Thurs
day end Friday, Dec. id and 14, at 2:#> p. m.,
at Bowen <s Muncy's Art Store, 31'J Wabasha
st., a lar>;e col.ectiou of oil paintings, includ
ing scenes on the Pacific coast, Kastern land
scapes, and a great variety of fruit pieces.
Those desiring a handsome pnintlng for
Christmas should avail themselves of this
unusual opportunity. These valuable
paintings will be gold at your own prices
THE NEW
"HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE"
FLORIDA,
VIA
St. Louis &Cairo Short Line,
From St. Louis, the Illinois Central R. R. to
K. C. M. & 8., The Southern
Holly Railway and F. C. & P. R. R. to
Springe*, Jacksonville aud all Florida
points.
Tli i* Is the quickest line to Birmingham,
New and a direct route to Atlanta,
Route Macou. Charleston. Savannah
, and all Southeastern points.
Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars, St,
Louis to Jacksonville. Fla.
Call on your nearest ticket agent for our
I'lnrida and v" information regarding
PnWpr>" this new route, or address
If older' GEO.E. LARY.
, Geu'l Passenger Agent,
„ St. Louis, Mo.
GREAT NORTHERN RY
Tickets: li).» E. Third St. and Union Depot.
lkave. St. Paul Union Depot. [ Anmvis:
Wlilmar, Morris. Browns
bS:osam ..Val. and Breckiuridge.. b 7:oopm
Fergus Falls, Fargo. G'd
:30 am Forks b 6:05 pm
Osseo, Clearwater and St.
b3:3opm C10ud.... bl am
b3:.»pm Anoka, St.Cloud,Willmar blO :.">.) a
b4:30 pm .Excelsior* Hutchiuson. bll :55 am
{Breckinridge, Fargo.
a|s:3opm ...Grafton. Winnipeg.... a 7:3oam
+Anoka, St. Cloud, Ferg.
j i ■-• . Kalis. Crookstou, Grand
j: ?. •■ Forks. Helena.Butte, An
.. ■ aconda, Spokane, Seattle. .
a? pm Pacific Coast a7:lsara
bS:tisam 300 Falls. Yankton.S.City b 7:olpm
. a. Daily; b, Except Sunday: {Dining and
Buffet Cars, Palace Sleepers. Tonrist Cars.
Eastern Minnesota Railway
Runs the only fast train from St. Paul
through Union Depots Minneapolis and West
Superior to Dulutb without change of cars.
Finest Buffet Parlor Cars in the West.
Leave. St Paul Union Depot. Arrive
West Superior and Duluth,
1 :!>.'»'pm ...Daily Except Sunday.... '»:T> pm
NORTHERN PACIFIC
The Dining Car Line to Fargo, Winnipeg,
Helena. Butte and the Pacific Northwest.
Dining Cars on Winnipeg and Pa- „*';, pa
cific Coast Trains. £*™ F™l
Lye Arr.
Pacific Mat: (Daily) for Fargo,
Jamestown, Livingston, Helena.
Butte, Missoula, Spokane. Ta- 4:15 l-.Vi
coma, Seattle and Portland p.m. a.m.
Dakota and Manitoba Express
(Daily) for Fergus Falls, Wahpe
ton, Crookston, Grand Forks,
Grafton, Winnipeg, Moorhead, 3:00 7:00
Fargo and Jamestown p.m. a. m.
Fargo Local (Daily except Sun
day) for St. Cloud, Bramerd 0:00 fi!2o
and Fargo a.m. p.m.
Dakota Express does not run west of Fargo
on Sunday.
Pullman Sleepers Dally between St. Paul
and Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg, Fer
gus Falls. Wahpeton and Fargo.
Pullman First-Class and Tourist Sleepers
and Free Colonist Sleepers are run* on
through Pacific Coast Trains.
C. E. STONE. City Ticket Agent, 162 East
Third Street. St. Paul.
Thro' Trains Lv Union Depot: *DailyVtEx. Son.
CHICAGO— am. t6:25 pra. *8:10 pm.
SU C/Y. OMAHA. KAN.CY-tß.4oam. *7:55pm.
DULUTH & SUPERIOR-tlO:. r *ll:C0pn».
MAMKATO-ts:ospm. New OFFicE-Robert A 6th,
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.. Opp. Hotel Ryan
Cliicaso ♦•SilvvauUeoA M I'ait! RR
fj Le.— Papl— Ar
Chicago "Day" Express.. t3:05 am|*lo:4.=> pm
Chicago ""Atlantic" Ex.. *J:55 pm »1i:55 am
Chicago "Fast Mail" *ti:ss Dm *2:45 pm
Chicago "Vestibule" Lim *3:10 pm *7:50 am
Chicago via Dnbuque +4:10 pm tlO:50 am
Dtibuqne via La Crosae. . t8:0fl am 110:45 pm
tit Louis & Kansas City.. *5:3.» am *6:25 pm
Milbank and Way +8:20 am +6:31) pm
Milbank and Aberdeen.. •9:15 pm *7:45 am
i *Dly. tEx. Sun. tKx. Sat. Mon.
For full information call at ticket offica
SOO T_iI3STE,
M.PAIL union DEPOT.
j Dally as follows: Lsava.
Boston. Montreal and New Eng
i land point* 6:.10tx ny
Vancouver, N. Whatcom and Pa
cific coast points 9:05 am.
For further information and time of local
trains call at ticket office or consult folder.
igSgE3SM_LjL-iLl,l L«ares Union Depot for
jfyEjffaSßßlKiiai Chicago, St Loiiib and
la fliintTaiiifial down-riTe points 7-.30
'I^l'll HI mill Bl a-m; Arrire* from Chi-
CB*[o 2:Sa Pr except
BsSBSS^BB^S from same points 7.-4S
§S |l|j Ml JSkSJ Depot for Chicago and St.
jßWUlMAiMiujami Louis 7:40 p. m; Arrires
MB**^^lß^^^ff;P from same paints 7:45 a.m.
daily.
• Trains leave St. Paul 12:3 a
p. in. and 6:35 p. m. daily
for Milwaukee, Chicago
and intermediate points.
Arrive from Chicago 8:26
a. m. and 3:*5 p. in. daily.
Dining car service "a la
carte" on all trains. City ticket office,
164 East Third btr«W : ;:
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This series contains not only the brilliant productions of
the brightest composers of the present day, but also those
Jewels of Song that, because of their exquisite worth, will
live forever.
It is designed, not for professional musicians, societies or
church choirs, but is pre-eminently adapted to increase the
pleasure of the home-circle and render home tenfold more at
tractive to the young and doubly enjoyable for the older mem
bers of the family than it otherwise would be.
WHY PAY A BIG RENT ? Is not that what you do when
you go to a big'store and pay 50 cents for only one song in
stead of taking advantage of the "GLOBES"" great distribu
tion of "The World's Sweetest Songs" at a cost to you of less
than
Half a Cent Each ?
Why this immense difference; do you ask? The rent of a
big store is enormous, and printing music in very small edi
tions is costly, to say nothing of a force of stylish clerks that
must be in waiting to serve one single piece of music, neatly
wrapped and tied with a silk cord. While we pay no rent,
print this series in enormous editions, and distribute it by the
thousands daily.
Think of It! Patti's Favorites,
20 Lovely Songs, Excellent Paper, Handsomely Printed, Ele
gantly Bound, Worth, at Sheet Music Prices, About $10.00.
NOW READY.
each - ILLUMINATED
SiSished 4- PORTRAITS OF
with ■ STAR MUSICIANS.
Out-of-town purchasers will save time and postage by
sending for the 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 this work, 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.
Back numbers supplied at same rate, postage paid.
Both Vocal and
Instrumental.
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