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St. Paul daily globe. [volume] (Saint Paul, Minn.) 1884-1896, December 25, 1894, Image 7

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TRy_TKe_SLO|S >S POPULAR WANTS AND BE CONVINCED-
DULL DAY ON'CHANGE
3nly a Holiday Crowd Ob
servable in Wall Street
Markets.
MERRYMAKING PREVAILED.
But Few Shai^es Were Traded
in to a Noticeable Ex
tent.
WEAKNESS RULZ3 IN THESE.
A Holiday in the Chicago Pro
duce an! Stock Mar
kets.
York. Dec. -24.—This was one of
the dullest days of the year on the stock
exehanjce.and Lite speculative fraternity
paid more attention to the Christmas
merrymaking than they did to the buy-
I tic and selling of stoeics. There was a
holiday crowd about th« street and few
-$ tie brokers' nfiieea made a pretense
3f doing bushif s>. There was a general
jrrumbliac at th • refusal of the govern
ing committee to clo;e the stock ex
change tocay as petitioned for by a mi
nority of th* inemjers. an I for ail prac
tical purposes the exchange might have
£>ist as well have Ihwh closed, the trad
ing being almost entirely professional
t*iJ without the slightest animation.
Qn\y two stocks were traded lit an
amount over 10,000 shares, to wit: Dis^
tilling and Sugar. T;ie entiie grander
group figured in the transaction a were
only S.OOO shares and General Electric
7.630 to its credit. A slight reaction
Bet in about 10:15 o'ciojlc. but thd
speculation quicKiy recovered its tone,
and by 11 o'clock the market had be
come firm again. The higher ranire of
prices was not Ions: maintained, and
during the hour preceding midday the
figures moved downward. Toward
uoon the depression grew less pro-
Bounced, and the market gradually
iteadied itself. A period of extreme
itascnalion now set in, and but few
thauges of moment were made during
the subsequent two hours, In the last
boar the tradliit; was irregular, but at
the close a fairly steady tone prevailed,
the greater part of the list, however,
showing declines compared with the
ciosinif quotations of Saturday. Bay
State Gas and Cordage guaranteed
showing each a loss of 2}^ per cent; do
common and preferred, % ; Sugar pre
ferred. 7,. and Mobile .v Ohio, %.
Some lew shares recorded advances
on the day including Delaware, Lacka
wanna, l;; s : Laciede (iaa preferred, %,
and Distilling and Hoc king Valley, %.
in the grangers, Burlington is un
changed. Ruck Island is up It,. and St.
I'aul and Northwest are down ){ and }{
respectively.
The trading in the bond market today
was dull, and apathetic, many of the
wore speculative issues being a shade
lower. Some of the higher-priced
mortgages were in favor and recorded
material advance-:
Lehigl: & \\ ilkesbarre 7s advanced 3
per cent; Wheeling iV: Lnke Erie lsts,
Wheeliug divisiou. 2 '■., ; Brooklyu ele
vated Ms, 2.
Decliues— Lake bhore dividend 7s,
2'- 2 per cent.
The Total Salon of Stocks Today
were 70,650 shares, including: Amer
ican Suirar. 12,400; Burlington, 21,400;
Distilliug, 1,40 General Electric, 7,500;
Reading, 4,300: St. Paul. 5.900; United
States Cordage, 2,500.
XICHAZL DORAS. JAMES DOHA!*
M. DOR-AN & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
311 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn.
Closim: stocks— West.
-V.chi-'jii 4 Northwestern .. 9714
Adam.- Express..U.' do pfd. 141
Alton & Terre 11 ,7 N. Y. Central.... 99V8
♦do pfd 193 N. Y. &N. E.... m*
Am'can Express. 110 Ontario & West.. 15U
Baltimore & Ohio Co Oiegou Imp 11
Canadian Pacific. i!'"s] Oregon Nay 19
<'annda Soutbbiii .'•'.) (). S. L. &U. X.. 6
< entrai Pa«:lue. .14 [Pat Mail ... -21%
< ties. & or:!o ... ;7U !*-*. I). & E. 3V2
•ChicaßO AAltou.Uti *!':ttsblirg ! 157 "
»'.. H. & Q.. .!U Pullman Paiaee..ls3
Chicago <jias.. .. i;.s&
CousohdßtedGas.i:cJ liiohnioud Ter 15
0..C-.C. & St. L.. I'.-U] do j.fd 20
Colorado C. .v 1.. 8 RioG. Western.. 16%
Cotton Oil Certs. '.'4 do pfd 43
Del & Hudson. 1! /:■ '■-- Rock Island ... Ci^
Del..Lack. & W. l« Ms|M. Paul 57^
I). & 11. G. i>fd... ;;;i,2| do pfd 1191^
Dis. & C. F. Co.. IfiVt St. P. 4 Omaha.. 33%
Erie '.>:V »do pfd 112
<io pfd 20 Southern Pacific. l-"*
*Fort Wayne .... 157 iSugar Heiiuery... >>9--2
tit. North, pfd... 101 Teuu.< oal&Iron l5Vs
«:. it V. J. pfd. u:-:u Texas Pacific... 9%
Hockiujr Vs.' \'.Ut Tol. &O. C. pfd.. 75
Illinois Ceutni 8 I !'.'?ir>'j Pacific 11%
SLPaul a Duli-ili ■.•! L. s. i!x::icif . Ii
Kan. & Tex. pi I. 2-.'i»!Waba'-li.St.L.Jil 1
Luke Erie & West ICS** do pfd ." 13^
do pfd .: YVells-rargo Ex .106
Lake Shore IH7 Western Union.. 8(5%
Lena Trust :i75.4 Wbceliiic <t L. E. 10%
Louis. A Nash ... 53 '< do pfd 39'?
J.ouisville & N.A. 6V2IM/1& St. L 28tj
>iaiih.ttuin Can.l l). &R. O. ... 10H
•Mem.' A(Uiarls'n 10 General Electric. &JV2
Mil Cent.... 93 National Unseed 17&4
Missouri Pacific . -V',^ Col. Fuel & Iron 25V»
Mobile & Ohio . I7JV4J do pfd ' 80
>tish. A. Chatt.. .. •:> :ii. <v T. Central 2Vi
Nat.Cordage. ... I3fe T01..A.A.&N.M.. 2
■Jo pfd lU-2 1.. St. L. &K. C. 7
N. J. Central .. !i:.V2 do pfd. 6
N. &W. pfd 1- southern R. 1t... icsj,
North Am. C 0.... 'A*A\ do pfd :;t^ii
Northern Pacific. Tobacco 05V2
do pfd !t-!; do pfd sf,iA
L.P..Denver AG. 3 |
* Bid.
R.M. NEWPORT & SON,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
l.oau Money on Improved Property in St.
Paul and ilinueapolis
At 9% 'On or Before'
New Piouecrl'.-ess Blii^.. Reeve Buildlntr
ST. PALL. MINXAPOLIS.
Bonds.
L\ . « re« U i -4i*i). AH. O. 48... 82 .
do do coup 1K34 Erie seconds 64
00 4 rate. ..•.. .IJ;;B,6J*t;.H.A B.A. Ob.. If
do do coup 11444 *<!■-> do 7s 100
*rto 'is reg 97 •!!.* Tex. C. 58..106
'Pacific 'is .';».">. !'■') do do tss ...102
Ma., Class A... . 104^1 M. .K.& T. first SI
Mo do I? 106 do secoua 4s. 48%
•Jo do c: v. r ( ♦Mutual Union 6slCs
do Currency 04 N.J.c.Geu.fs. . 115
'.a N ConsoiMs.. 0.".' i' N. P. lsts ItCfl
'Missouri ijs i'j'i *.li> i'd« 87
S.C.is l'J4 .V. V/.cun 142%
•do 4s 10] •<.(-( ij.K.deb..">s.ll!'J
H. >'. Non-Fund.. imiK. <;. W. lsts.... 60..
Teitn. uewset.tis. 80 >t P.consols in2Vi
»do do .ris...llW j do C..VP.W.51.114
•Jo old <"n 80 6t.L.Al.M.Gen.ss 71%
V« .Centuries.... ('.' isSi. !..A5.F.0«n.6i102
&o def I~*JT. P. firsu...^.. 66%
Aiehiaoa4a f::% da Ids 5S%i
do second "A". ITVfe U. P. I»ts of '<J6..t(<3Tft
♦Canada SO. -Ms.iO. W West Shore 4s. ..10«i%
< 'A. I of ''.>>.... Southern 91
«1). H. G. 78...H4»|

_»bid.
I.oikloh I'iiiaiii-iul.
New Yokk, nee. 24.-The Evening
Post's London cablegram says: Money
for settlement is dearer cause of the
end of the year. . There is a very small
account. All the stock markets weie
cod today except Americans, and even
these were firmer at the close. The
boom in mines continues up to the very
evu of Olmstmus. The outlook for the
market after Christmas is pood. Cheap
money is likely to continue for some
time to come, and activity in stocks is
expected, but Americans* are thought
likely to revive very slowly.
Rew York .Honey.
New Yoisk, Dee. 84.—Money on call
easy at 1 ..(>£•-; last loan, closed 1
per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 1%
@4. Sterling exchange quiet, witn
actual business in bankets' bills at
4.68>£@4.85^ for demand, and $4.57
($4.87% for sixty days; posted rates,
$4. SS(tf4.S'J and $4.89).;, (o> 4.'JO. Com
mercial bills, $4.56>4'. Sliver certificates,
59& c bid.
Sew York Produce.
New Yohk, Dec. 24.— Hay dull.
Hops dull. Hides dull but firm.
Leather dull. Wool dull. Butter dull;
Western dairy, [email protected]; Western cream
er v. [email protected]; We stern factory, <d}4®
Isc. Ekins, 24c; Imitation creamery, 12
@13c: stale dairy, [email protected]; state cream
try- [email protected] Curette quiet; lar«e, [email protected]
ll^c; small,*[email protected]; nart skims. 2H'(cg
93c; full skims, i;@;>c. Ezra firmer;
state and Pennsylvania, 22t*; ice house,
[email protected] Receipts, 5,122 packages. South
ern, [email protected]
Hese Ccohtions Furnls'ial j;
Jameson, Havener
& co.,
. WHOLKSiALE .
Hay, Feed. Flour and Seeds
ST. FATJLj.
Hi. Paul Grain Market.
Wheat—No. 1 hard [email protected]
Wheat —No. 1 northern .. 50J^'@57^c
Wheat—No. 2 northern [email protected]
Corn— No. 3 [email protected]^c
Corn—No. 3 yellow [email protected]
Oats— No. A white [email protected]>£e
Oats—No. 3 [email protected]
Barley [email protected]
Rye—No. 1 44©45 c
j Flour—Patent [email protected]
Flour-Straight iy.tHXaj3.lO
Flour—Bakers' [email protected]
Flour—Rye [email protected]
Buckwheat flour [email protected]
Corn meal—Bui ted [email protected]"
Cornineal—Coarse fiy.so(ts2o
"Ground Feed—No. 1 [email protected]
Ground Feed—No. 2 $19.25(t519.50
Ground Feed-No. 3 *19(t519.50
Bran—Bulk [email protected]
Shorts—Bulk [email protected]
Hay—No. 1 upland prairie [email protected]
Llay—No. 2 upland prairie [email protected]
Hay—No. 1 wild fb\[email protected]
Hay—No. 1 timothy $10.50(aHl
Timothy seed, per bu [email protected]
Clover ?5.20(^5.40
.Straw £[email protected]
St. Paul i'rtMluce.
Butter—Fancy separator, [email protected]; ex
tra creamery. [email protected]; first creamery,'l6
@17c; second creamery, [email protected]; fancy
dairy. [email protected]; first dairy, l.x'iltie; sec
ond dairy, [email protected]; fancy roll and print,
l. [email protected])c; common roll and print. 10(a/llc;
packing stock. [email protected]; irreaHr, 4('t.j3.
Cheese—Full cream, [email protected]}£c: prl
most, 5 l. 2 (arjc; brick cheese. [email protected];
Limburger cheese, 10(a)l0>^c; iomur
America. ll>^@l2c; Swiss, [email protected];
skims, [email protected]>£c.
Esks— Fresh, case included, 19>jc;
fresh, cases returned, 19c; storage,
[email protected]
Dressed Poultry — Turkeys. [email protected]>£c;
chickens. [email protected]; hens, G(it«Kc; ducks,
[email protected]^c; geese, 7C<*7Kc.
Vegetables—Onions, green, rjer doz.,
[email protected]; onions, Minnesota, bu, [email protected];
ouious, white, bu, S(Ka>9oc; radishes,
per doz, [email protected]; cauliflower, per doz,
[email protected]: cabbage, doz, [email protected]§l'; beets,
doz, [email protected]: parsnips, bu, [email protected]; cel
ery, doz, [email protected]; celery, noma grown,
30(^33c; lettuce, doz, [email protected]; rutab
sig^is. bu. [email protected]; cucumbers, doz, JKcj
1.20; spinach, bu. $1; tomatoes, home*
grown, per Ib, 2O(g>-25c.
Dressed Meats -Mutton, packing house
stock, 4>£@sc: mutton, country, 4>s'c;
veal, fancy, [email protected]; veal, medium, [email protected]
4. 1/- 3 ' c; lamb, country, [email protected]
PorK. Beef, Hams. llides.Etc.— Hides,
steer, cretsii, per Ib, [email protected]^c; cow, green,
[email protected]>^c; calf, green, 7c; steer, salt. [email protected]
sc; cow, salt, SW(§4c: pelts, [email protected];
wool, washed, 13(414c; wool, unwashed.
[email protected]; tallow, [email protected]>^c; pork, mess,
[email protected]: beef, mess [email protected]; bacon,
€l0.50ft§ll; [email protected]; hams.picnic,
[email protected]; dried beef, y;iC«illc; lam, $7.50
@S: hops, [email protected]
Oranges—Mediterranean sweets, 53.50
"4; Koiiis, ?;4.r>[email protected]; Floridas. |[email protected];
Mexican, [email protected]
Lemons—Extra fancy, 14.5035; fancy-
[email protected]
Bananas— Port Limons, |[email protected]; Hon
duraa No. 1, |[email protected]; Honduras, No. 2.
1L25^L50; cocoa nuts, per 100, [email protected]
California Fruits— Peaches, per box,
free. $1; peaches, per box, dine. 85c;
Dears, Bartlelts, box, [email protected]; pears.
New York Duchess, bbl, $:[email protected];
pears, Winter Nellis, $1.50(d 1.75; pears.
Jlcnrie II 7V«^2: pears, Vicars, *[email protected]
1.75.
Berries— Crßhbviine*. fj Sr B [email protected]
11.50; cranberries. Cape CoJ, tiiZffM
12.
Grapes—Tokay.crate, singles, $1.50;
Morocco, crate, [email protected]; Muscats,
crate, 50: Emperor, #1.40: Concord.
basket, [email protected]; Malaga, bbl. [email protected];
Catavvba, basket, 17(«>l£c. "
Apples—Fancy stand, bbl, [email protected];
fancy. $2.75(aJ3; standard, 82.2.50;
fair, $202.25; California Belliiower, bu
box, f 1.75®2.
Potatoes—Minnesota, bu. [email protected];
Western, per 100 lbs, [email protected]$l; Bur
banks. 100 lbs, 90c(^$l: sweet Jersey 3,
per l»bl, [email protected]; sweet Illinois, per bbl,
$2.40(^2.05.
Dried Fruit— Apples, evaporated, per
ib, [email protected]; peaches, peeled. 15($l6o;
Deaches, unpeeled, [email protected]: pears, 6(d*lQe:
apricots. [email protected]«; raspberries, 22^230;
blackbeiries, [email protected]>^c;"pruueß, California
French, [email protected]'Jc.
(iame and Fish— rabbits, doz.
[email protected]; small rabbits, doz, 75c @*1;
jacksnipe, [email protected], ducks, mallard, «loz,
K.75^3; ducks, teal, doz, f1.2551.50;
ducks, common, doz, $1; black bass, [email protected]
10c; pike,6®7c: pickerel,[email protected]; cropplel,
3c; Keeise, doz, $9; brant, doz, $6.
WOODWARD & CO
Grain
Commission.
Kstatjlished 1879.
Minneapolis. Duluth
JIIV\EAPOI.IS MAISKETS.
(hnmherol Commerce.
The members of the Pxciiahße voted
, Friday that the chamber liiould be
THE? SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOP& TUESDAY MORNTNQ. DECEMBER or, jpo4.
closed Monday, but, nevertheless, there
was a goodly Attendance of receivers
and shippers of wheat. The refusal of
the terminal companies to recognize the
day as a holiday or to forego their regu
lar demurrage charges on cars standing
on track caused .many to be present
with their samples for sale and the de
livery on sales previously made. There
was a little friction in one or two oases
which did not amount to much, the ma
jority of the. buyers being in favor of
relieving the shippers. The Washburn-
Orosby company were about the ouly
buyers of cash stuff.
• The curb price was 58}£c, being the
same as Saturday's urice for May. The
Chicaeo curb was %c better than Satur
day. Cash wheat sold hero at si)c for
No. 1 northern, and Kgil^'c under for
No. 2. Receipts here were 3388 cars;
shiitmeut.s, 17.
No. 3 oats sold at 29 1-4' c. There was
no trading done in other grain?.
Chicago received 70 cars of wheat, 585
cars of corn and 133 car* of oats.
RECEIPTS A.ND SHIPMENTS.
9 Received—Wheat, 209.020 uu; oats
47.800 bu; bailey, 7,slu bu; rye, 570 bu;
flax, 4SO bu; Hour, 447 bbls; hay, 195
tons: fruit, 2G1.300 lbs; merchandise.
1.U43,39tJ lbs; lumber. 52 cars; posts, 2
cars; barrel stock. 12 cars; machinery;
00.000 lbs; coal. 1.200 tons: wood, 144
cords; brick. 30.000; lime. 2 cars; ce
ment, 220 bbls; stone, 3 cars; live stock.
I car; dressed meats, eO.OCO lbs; hides,
71,300 lbs; railroad materials, 3 cars;
sundries. Hears. Total car lots. 602.
Shipped— Wheat, 19.040 bu: oats, 7,480
bu; barley, 2,520 bu; flax, 590 bu; flour.
14.180 bbls; miilstuffs, 7(i2 tons; hay. 10
tons; merchandise, 1.115.230 Ilia; lum
ber, 54 cars; machinery, 200,000 lbs;
coal. 20 tons: wood, 12 colds; cement,
100 lbs.
ROGERS & ROGERS,
Live Stock Commission.
Union Stock Yards. South St. Pani.Hian
IMinurKota Transfer.
Cattle— Supply light and pens cleared
early. The market is in good shave for
liberal receipts of butchers' stuff. In
quiry is rood also for best grade feeders,
but what is most desired is anything fit
for beef, Sales:
No. At. Price
:.•-' steers 1.302 $3..V»
15 steers 1.19J 3.-I5
Scows 1.015 2.5
1 btocker 820 1.10
Hot's — Market steady. Nothing ar
rived and nothing done.
Sheep— No trading. Demand good for
best grade muttons and lambs.
WANTS CAN BE LEFT
A t the Follcwinff Location!) for
Insertion in Dally and Sunday
Globe, at the Sams Kates as
Charged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON HILLS.
l K. Marelius Drugstore
< OH. BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
L.Jurgeson Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AMD RSANEY ST.
A, AC. A. Schumacher Drug Store
VO4 PAYN EAVEN DS.
/..Komi nun ...Grocery Stor
COR. BURR AND MINNEHAIIA.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
lever Weetby Drugstore
C7l> EAST THIRD STREET.
J. C. Vatsder Die.lee Cream & Confectionery
£15 EAST SEVENTH ST.
HAITI link.
lemlirie Pharmacy. Drugstore
«iO SNELLING AVENUE.
LOWER TOWN.
William K. Collier Drugstore
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay DrugS re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
K. D.Merrill News Stand
442 BROADWAY.
niEKHIAJTI PARK.
A.L. Woolsey Drugstore
&T. ANTHONY AND PRIOR A.VS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
W. A. Frost 4 Co Drugstore
fcELBY AND WESTERN A VS.
Straight Bros Drugstore
RONDO AND GROTTO STS.
A. A. Campbell Drugstore
235 RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS.
/.T. Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
E.AlcCradden .. Confectioner
4DC RICE STREET.
I MOV PARK.
C.A. Moncbow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AYS.
rFPFR TOWN.
fc.li.ll«e«es... .. T)nig Stors'
iIOORE BLOCK, &JLVKN CORNERS.
C.T. Heller Colonnade Drug Store
ST. PETER and TENTH STS.
I.J. Wltte Drugstore
SCO MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
W. E. Lowe Drugstore
KOBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
E.T. Wincott&Co Drugstore
COR. RICE AND IGLEUART.
WEST SEVENTH STRBET.
A. i. G. A. Schumacher Drugstore
499 WEST SEVENTH ST.
3 . l.V oiler DrugSto
COR. JAMES AND WEBT SEVENTH.
WEKT SIDE.
1 be Eclipse Drugstore
£. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AY.
I.l.Dunn Cigar and Newsstand
426 S. ROBERT STREET.
CeoigeMartL Drugstore
fc. WABASHA AND If AIRFIELD AY.
C. Deme b Barber Shop
227 E. FAIRFIELD AY.
»ccid Street Prescription Dru? Store
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A.T. Hall .....Drugstore
i IO&&KBS. WAEA&rU ANIHSABfIj^
feITI'ATIOMS OFFERED^ j
Irtw.
AGKNTH — i; you want mi insurance
agency for your town, address A 75, j
Globe. Minneapolis. o**t '
AGENTS— Wanted, men and boys tosell
'"History of the Ging Murder." "Tiibuue
Job Printing Company, Minneapolis. !
AGKNTH wanted to canvass the comities;
in which they live: under our new plan I
they can earn from $."f> to $151 per month; i
write for particulars. Only thosa who-are;
willing to make a house to house canvass in I
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well a* men. From $5 to
81") per day easily made. No capital re
ouired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
the v;lobe. •
AGISNTS in every state- on salary and com
mission. Agents making $2."> to i'y'J weekly.
Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co.. Lacrosse, Wis.
AC KNTS—Wanted, agents for Bankers'
Life Asseciatlou,St.Panl.Miuu.: strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open in St. Paul and throughout Minnesota.
Write for agency.
SOLICITOUS— Ten good solicitor?, to In
troduce new goods to consumers: big
p >y. slit St. Peter st.
WANTKI) —if you are a Catholic, isncui
ployed.and will work for SIS per week,
write McCounell Bios , 11 Franklin st., Bos
ton, Mass.
Female
A life NTS wanted to canvass the eouuties
■CX. in which they live; under our new plan
they can eaj from $75 to 0150 per mouth;
write for particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the conmry and towns are wanted. Ladies
c.-m do the work as well as men. From $5 to
$15 per day easily made. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
Globe.
ITCHKN GIItL- Wan ted. a good kit
chen girl Immediately. 217 East Seventh.'
NSJKS;- — Wanted, competent nurse girl.
1* H\-j Goodrich ay.
FOR BEST.
it—c*.
C. 11. WINCIIEL.I.,
The Rental **«■*,
Makes a Spccinltj- of Renting
Properly.
SOB Manhattan Building.
J. W. fehepnrd, t»t East 4th St.
RKNTS HOUSE*. STORES, 'iFFrCK*.
acts 08 owners' agent collects rents:
heated apartments for fc.V, $23, $3!> aud
%i : reduced rental.
___^ Houses.
A COTTAGE and unfurnished rooms for
rent: suitable for housekeeping In
quire A. Winter, C East Ninth st.
TAYLOK'S HUNTING. AOKNC» —
GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT
HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. TAKE
CHARGE Oif RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
Woo ins. *''
A— H.iTKI. liKUNS WiCi\. lor sentl* >
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated
room* by day. week or month. "' .. <
CiUDAit ST., (537—Nicely furnished front;
v^ alcove room for rent; five miuutes
from city hail. j
IFTH M r.. 39 WKST-Opposite Windsor
Hotel— Newly furnished front room, first
floor; modern conveniences; suitable for
two. fc;
OURTH ST., 171 \VI«T — For rent.
-I nicely furnished rooms: furnace heat, •
gas, bath, etc. Reasonable rates. '•"-*
\\r ABASH A. ■ sK«i^Corner Tenth St —
»* Furnished rooms for rent; location'
central. > ■■■ '.. :
HEAI, ESTATE FOR SALE.
'- XI i»<-«*lianei»u* .
IFAX.VABLK IKACKAGK PROP
» BRTY—I66X*>O—CLOSE TO UNION
DEPOT. ALMOST GIVEN A WAY AT IliO
PER FRONT FOOT: SIMILAR FRONT
AGE, ONLY 150 FEET DEEP. HAS SOLD
FOR OVER $300 PER FRONT FOOT
SHEPARD. 04 EAST FOURTH.
LOTS south of Summit, east of Lexington.
$875. worth $1,500; small cash payment.
J 24. Globe.
*1 A r7A WILL BUY a cottage and
•+^-I}*-'* *■' forty-foot iot on St. Anthony
nv. ; a bargain. R. O. Strong. 113 East Fourth.
LOST ASP roi id.
rvLOVE LOST-One beaver driving glove
VX near Rivoli st. Finder please leave
with Dr. S. Robitlard, 878 Payne ay.. and re
ceive reward. . .
(VI ON/ I'OUNU-Found. Dec. 24, a sum
«i of money. lucuire Room 17, Qilflilan
Block.
I AMPsiiAUis LOST-silk lamp shade
-U in the vicinity of Ramsey st. and West
ern ay. Return to Ogdeu. .Merrill & Greer
corner sixth and Siblev sts.
T APKOBH LOST-On University ay.
A^ between Minneapolis aud St. Paul Re
turn for reward to ','SOB Fourteenth ay south
Minneapolis. ' """*•
MONKY L,«MT-Lost, between Wednes
i»A day arid Saturday last, a roll of money
Liberal reward offered if returned to 540
Olive st.
BirsiSESS CnAXCES.
A CHOICE STOCK of dry goods at a
XX bargain in a city of 0,000 in Southern
Minnesota; invoice about §9.000: good trade
and good location. Addressee. Globe. St.
Paul. "
S?1 ()( (i *"A>-J1 secures half iuterest in
v-M-''-' old-established business, mo
nopoly; gilt-edged security given lor money;
sickness cause of selling; invesUcate mouth
before purchasing. Carl, 435 Lumber Ex
change.
S9 STOCK of merchandifce cheap
*W^I<.J\JVJ for cash or purl clear real
estate; can divide stock. Noble, 2715 Perm
ay. north. .Minneapolis, Minn
IMBTBIJCTIOas.
DAMCIVG SCHOOL-Prof. J. Remer Jr.'s
M Academy for Dancing—New classes open
•Jan. 7, 169); reduced terms offered until dan
14. Call or write ISS Rondo st. > v..
itVIOZZAKA'S" DANCING ACAD
-1»X emy, (,'JO Central Park East—Pupils
enn enter cluss at any time; private instruc
tion. i\
ST. AGATHA'S AOADKIIY OF MCSIO
and Art. 28 East Exchange St., St. Paul—
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
taught. Lessous given in drawing and paint
nig. Call or send for prospectus.
POiBP OFFERED.
IlOAKO— Lyons Court—Room*and board,
*-* single or en suite; bath and steam heat;"
bell boy aervice; reasonable. 7 Lyoni
Cdurt. , .<
BOARD— Bright, sunny rooms, steam heat
and board. 151 Summit ay., opposite
Sixth si.
urr«HK MINE«."-Pleasnnt rooms, with
X board; centrally located for business
people. ltij Coliepe ay.. comer Sixth.
TYPEWRITERS.
D KMIKGTOK TYPKWRITKRS — Al
i-V ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best aud always have the latest im
drovements. Typewriter paper aud vuppliei
of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyckoff
Sesinans & Benedict, m East Fourth *t
WYE ffOBRS.
KAH'LIEBT * BIINT-i; — Minnesota
I* Steam Dtp Works. 244 East Seventh.
AUCTION SALES.
M In «*cll.-iii«m>iik.
rpaK AUCTION of the Ileisliik'Cr lUocir.
1 '-'6 and 'J8 Chicago ay . that was to l.c hold
22d. has been posponed to the 23th. The bale
will take place ut 11 a. m. Inquire of J. H.
Moroiig, aar_iQl9tr«tor a 828 Robert *.
SITUATION* WAITKI)
Male
BAKBKK— Young man niLeteen yeurs of
age wants n position iv barber shop,
one and three-quntter years' experience;
92.50 a week aud board. Address Eddie
iMiur, 142 Maker itt . West St. Paul.
CtOOK— Situatiou wanted by a (-olored man
' who is h lirst-class t-(.ok and kvniier. B.
Uandolph, Hotel De Wiuk. Fourth aud 6t.
Peter sis.
DKLIVERY MAN—Situatlouas delivery
man; can furnish own bor»e and
was;on. Call or address W. 11. M., 167 Ron
do st.
OmCS WOKK or bookkeepiu* by
young man of experience; quick and
accurate: A 1 reference*. P SO. Globe.
P>l AKM At IST, registered, desires poßi
-- lion: ihoroughlv experienced end tem
perate; highest references. Pharmacist, S-l
Chestnut st.
SALESMAN— Hardware salesman wants
position in store or 011 road; Lest of ref
erence* and speaks Herman. M. A. G., 43!>
Wnbiishu st.
SALK.SMAN- Wanted, a situation in a
country store as sak BMW, bookkeeper
or manager: fifteen years'experience; eood
references. Address H. B." 8., 180 Mac
kubiu it.
Y\J OKK-Wanted.work of most any kind;
» » can furnish references if wanted. J 2*,
Globe.
WOHK FOX BOAHl) — iVanled, by
ft young man. a place to work for
board and attend school. Please call 03?
Endicott Building.
U/OKK FOX BOAKL»—Wauled, by a
»» young man attending university, a
place to work lor board. Address 11 GloDe.
DOOKRKEFhK — Posilion wanted by
A3 lady as bookkeeper, cahhicr. or any
kind of office work; best city references.
'.TO Earl st.
(lOOK —A first-class cook wants place to
-' cook by the day or to make reception
dinners; first-class refeieme. Address M.W.,
4J. iiice st.
[VTI'KSK— Sick nursing wanted by an cx-
J-' petienced nurse; good reference.. Call
or address TIJ Martin st.
OTKNOOKAPHKK-A position by young
O lady stenographer; hns had experience,
will work chenri; best references. Address
L. M., s:n Agate st.
CTKNOGKAI'HKU-Position wanted by
thoroughly competeut stenogrnpher of
large experience; will work for reasonable
sxlary; best city references. :.'7.) Earl st.
PERSO.KAI-8.
ALWAYS RKLIABLK-Madame i'eit»
worth; prices reduced W cents; thirty
years' experience. 13 Eighth st.
MAI»AM ST. JOUNs. celebrated clair
voyant. ma>sane and magnetic healer,
13) West Fourth st.; open eveniiiKS.
MIHS BABTMAX—Matate and alcoho
baths: open daily aud eveuings. 430
Wabasha. Koom l&
MitS. LOt IMb; NKlTMAXN—Masque
rade and theatrical costumes, masks,
wics, beards aud grease paint. s(i Kast bev
enth st.
j\.l las Hc:l.kiv Dt Vr.Atit, manicuring
"•1 andmHssase: entisiaction guaranteed.
No. 27 Rast Seventh st.
\/IKS MA. (lliSSfcYi *SAItKAL.UO—
1»1 Cli Wabasha St.—Majrnetlc and jjasgage
treatment for paralytic, rheum atism aud
nervou* disease*: also ba;hi i a.m. to • n.m
MKS. LEWIS, experienced massa^ist;
hours M to 10 daily. B East Seventh.
Rooms and 30.
THE GKKATtST CLAIRVOYANT of
tbe a^e, the voutic Madame Romaiue, is
in this city, «nd can be consulted on nil
affairs of life; her predictions never fail;
she makes a success where others fail; cor
rect advice on business, Matrimonial and all
family affuiis; brings the separated together;
eaoaw tapDy marringe with the one you
love; future plainly revealed; lovers uuiicd;
troubles healed; those in tiouble should not
fail to call and be convinced on the above
statements; business strictly confidential:
letters containing siniap promptly answered;
hours 9to 0. Address or call ",(j:{ Jackson St.,
between Eleventh and twelfth.
FI.IAM-IAI,
FOX S.VLt CHEAP-Slock in tne Rob
erts Manufacturing Company. Apply
to the Capital City Oruameutal Iron, Wire
and Brass Works. Ib 3 EiKhth si
!l/l OSKI LOANED on life insurance pol
i"A icics. or boußht. L. P. Van Norman.
■JDiVa Guaranty I.onn Buildjnsr. Alinneapolis.
(ftr;/)TO 8500 short-tlrae loans procured
%f*J\J ou personal property. Ohio Invest
ment Company, Seventh floor Globe Build-
TOR sai,£.
SPKCIAL SALK of serond-hand stoves
<uid carpets at Hynu Furniture and Ex
chaugo Company. 14:? aud 144 •seventh st.
\l'OlLDßome kind Mason or Mason's
»* wlfo assist the daugli'ter of a brother
Mason who is iv adversity. Address J27
Globe.
WAITED TO Bl\.
BOWMNG A LLKY- Wanted, double
bowling; alley, second-hand. Address
Franklin Bowliug Club, 15-*) Franklin ay.,
Minneapolis.
HAND nUW-A second-handed six
column hand press wanted for cash.
A :8. Globe.
TO I-LYCIIASUK.
IVT J<;W goods for sec'd-iiand.liynn Furniture
1 * and Kxchnnge Co., Hi ami 114 K. 7ib st.
HORSES Aft i> CAfIJSIA«ES.
PiJ AhT».> for sale or exchange for cut
ter. 214 Wen Seventh st.
A. L.. E6E, Manufacturer and Dealer in
Importers of Billiard Cloth and Suuplies.
Altering and repairing done on Short Notice.
Second-hand tables bought and sold. 220
East Seventh Street, St. Paul. Minn.
TiTaLIS
s£&ta*±. PKOT6SRAPSEB M lf |A -, Wall
p^^Bk from lire. iviaae a wen
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t=^^P^^-l\\\\\vi Listening to the Instrumental flusic in
ff^^WW^yM "The World's
v^^^^^^?to Sweetest Songs
4 I.*
Both Vocal and
Instrumental.
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 bi^f store and pay 50 cents for only one song in
stead" of taking advantage of the "GLOBE'S" 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.
THE FULL SET, TWENTY PARTS,
NOW READY.
BoSIB /I ILLUMINATED
EMBELLISHED 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
Btamps) secures each part. Address
Art Department, Daily Globe.
Back numbers supplied at same rate, postage paid.
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