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BEDFORD AND DECATDR. 1 .Jurgeson Grocery Store PAYNE AY. AND REANEY ST, > AC. A. Schumacher Drug Store i&4 PAYNE AVENUE. .* .Hermann ..Grocery Stor . COR. BURR AND WINNER AHA. DAYTON'S BLUFF. tcvcrWe§tby Drugstore t7! EAST THIRD STREET. £. C. Vax:oer Ble.lce Cream <& Confectionery 615 EAST SEVENTH ST. HA2ULIMS. I rir.liiiePharmaey. Drugstore 710 SNELLING AVENUE. LOWER TOWN. % illiam K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. JofephArgay DrugS re CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS. I. .IV Merrill News Stand 44^ BROADWAY. tkl'liHl '1 PARK. A.L. Woolsey ..Drugstore 5-T. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AYS. ST. ANTHONY HILL. W. A. Frost &Co Drugstore iELBY AND WESTERN AYS. Etiaight Bros Drug Stor G RONDO AND GROTTO STS. /. A. Csrupbell Drugstore 235 RONDO STREET. C.A. Lyons Drugstore UNIVERSITY AND DALE STS. /.T. Guernsey Drugstore 171 DALE STREET. I.JieCrudden Confectioner 41! RICE STREET. SUN ION PARK. .A. M one-how Cigars and Tobacco UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AYS. ri'PFK TOWN. S. IT. Reeves Drugstore i.OORE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS. C.T. Heller. Colonnade Drugstore ST. PETER and TENTH STS. I.J. Wltte Drugstore I to MARKET, CORNER FIFTH. W. E. Lowe Drugstore I.OBEHT AND TWELFTH STREETS. I.T. Wincott&Co Drugstore OK. RICE AND IGLEHART. WEST SEVENTH STREET. /.. & G. A. Schumacher. Drugstore 4'J'J WEST SEVENTH ST. 1 . ,\ I'.uV.er. Drug Sto COli. JAMES AND WEST SEVENTH. WEST SIDE. OLe Eclipse Drugstore.. J-. LOBERT AND FAiRFIELD AY. C.T.Dunn Cignr And Newsstand 425 S. ROBERT STREET. Cccige Marti Drugstore t. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AY. C. l.cmc s Barber Shop 227 E. FAIRFIELD AY. iccidStreet Prescription Drug Store CORNER STATE AND CONCORD. A.T. Hall Drug Store CORNER S. WABASIIA ANDISABEI* MTiATioMN oi ri:icri». >t:ti«s. AGKNTs— Wanted, men and boys to sell -t\. '•History of the Qiux Murder."' ' Tiibuue Job Priutiiu Company. Minneapolis. ACJEN'I!* wanted to canvass the counties J\ in which they live: under our new plau they can . .an from 815 tt> fcl.V par month; write for particulars. Only those who are willing to make a house to house canvass in the country and towns are wanted. Lr.dies fun do the work as well as men. From $5 to $1"> per day easily made. No capital re ouired. Address by mail only, D 4. care of the ulobe. \ UK.NTS to take orders by nainple at home Xx or travel. We pay liberal salary and expenses or good commission and furnish snmjiles to right applicant. Address Lock Box 1354. New York City. AGENTS in every state on salary and com mission. Agents'mafciug §:£> ios.v weekly. Eureka Chemical it MfR. Co.. LaCrosse, Wis. Ata.MS— Wanted, agents for Bankers' Life Ahsociation.St. Paul. Minn.: strongest home company farniablog guaranteed pro tection nt lowest cost; profitable position open lv St. Paul and throughout Minnesota. Write for apeucy. : . . Bakukk wanted. Germania Barber shop, corner l- ouith and Mimeaota sts.; ground door. BUTCKKR— Wanted, all-round butcher lor small meat market: a young man pre ferred; state age and experience and wß«res wanted. Adqress II 3f, Glot>e, Minneapolis. COOK —Wantsd. a good oyster cook and opener. Apply at Hotel Metiopolitan j\/JKN AM) WOMEN to learn barber's li. trade: only eight weeks required; day or evening; catalogue free. Twin City Bar ber School. 110 Ilennepin. Minneapolis. "ITtrANTICD — Twenty intelligent young » » men. Call or address Brown Bros., 370 Robert st.. Room :.'. .female.. AGENTS wauted to canvass the couiaifs in which they live; under our new plan they can eaJii from 87.') to $150 per month; write for particulars. Only those wlio are willing to make n house to house canvass in the country and lowm are waited. Ladies chu do the work as well as men. From $3 to 5?15 per dny easily ruade. No capital re quired. Address by mail only. D 4, care of G lobe. C-iOOK— Wanted, cook in hotel: steady em. ployment in a good place. Address I.F -iv. Pine City. HOISEWOKK —Wanted, girl for general housework. Apply at 253 Avon, near ißlehart. H OLSE WOKK — Wanted, a competent girl for general housework at alu Igle hsrt st. TV URSK— Wanted, nt once, nurse to aid in i* care ox child eighteen mouths old. 848 Goodi.'ch ay., near Victoria st. NCi^t GlßL—Wanted ft reliable nurse ii girl at 510 Iglehart si. IV AX'i'KD-Address of parties engaged ♦ V iv the business of distributing adver tising matter in St. Paul. Address, at once, P. i). Box 52. Louisville. Ky.: give terms. LOST ,*>!» FO(!3 3>. DOG LOST OK STKAVKD-From my house. Friday nl^ht, my Great Dane slut, answering to the name of Nero; Mait ese blue, with white spots; dlDoed ears. A liberal reward will be paid for retura of sanuj to Horejs Bros.. *6i Weit seventh. DOG LOST— A you rough-coated St. Bernard dog. Reward for return to 605 Dayton ay. HEIFEK LOST—On Dec.2o.from hamm's JJL brewery, a three-year-old Jersey heifer; had on a short piece of rope when last seen; any information leading to her whereabouts will be rewarded. Theo. Hamm. ICE WOOL FASCINATOrt LOST (black) Wednesday evening at high school building. Return to superintendent's office, high school, and receive reward. I TMBRELLA LOST—Between my resi \-> deuce. 354 Bates ay.. and union depot, Sunday evening, Dec. 16, a silk umbrella with natural wood handle; initials H. R. en graved on silver baud. A reward of $5 for return to George W. Freeman; C. Golziau & Co. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. .Suburban. FOR SALE—Trout pond and improved farm 119 acres, 20 acres in crop; good buildings; trout pond worth price asked; will take part down, balance on long time with interest. Address Box 13, Taylor's Falls. Minn. ■ \ ■ ■ '■ I ' FlfliAM'lAl, !l/l ONEV LOANED on life insurance pol -1»-L icies, or bought. L. P. Van Norman. 419V2 Guaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis. (jj»;~;/ I 1O $500 short lime loSns procured %f*J\J on personal property. Ohio Invest ment Company, Seventh floor Globe Build ing. TYPEWRITERS. D KMINGTON TYPEWRITERS — Al- XV ways the standard of comparison, al ways the bent and always have the latest im drovemenli. Typewriter paper and wuppliei of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyckoff Seamans A Benedict, vi Knit Fourth at CHIROPODY. pHiKOPODIST- Good thing for sore v> feet. Good Luck Salve sure cure for chillbjaius and all other frost bites. If your druggist does not keep it, send or call 'A', 11. Lockwood. Chiropodist. 293 and 3M Endicott Arcade building: :;f>e. 5 c n-)d 51 box. TO EXCHANGE. NEW goods for seed-hand. Ryan Furniture and Exchange Co., '4-' nnrl 144 K. "th st. PIE WORKS. KAHLKIIT & M INTEL — Minnesota XV Steam Dye Work*. 244 East Seventh. HORSES CARRIAGES. AUCTION on Jan 2,1595. Consignment of 100 horses and mares, weight 1,200 to 1,700, to be sold at your own price; this stock Is No. 1; can be seen at No. 20 Second st. north, Minneapolis. .1. D. Barrett. pilAiiTON for sale or exchange for cut- XT ter. 214 West Seventh st. Notice of IWortiiace Sale. DEFAULT HAS BEEN HADE IN THE conditions of a mortgage, contain ing a power of saie dated October '.'id, isui. and duly recorded in register of deeas' oiflce of Ramsey county, State of Minnesota, on November loth, IH'JI, at 3 o'clock p. m , in bock "249 of Mortgages, page 152. whereby Johu P. A. Yemen and Clarissa Yemen, his wife, mortgaged to Henry A. Schroeder. mortgagee, that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Ramsey county, Minnesota, de scribed as lot five (5), in block one (1) of Clark's addition to the City of St. Paul, ac cording to the recorded plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the register of deeds for said Ramsey county, which mort gage was duly assigned by said Henry A. Schroeder to the Security Trust Company, a corporation, on the 10th day of December, ls'ii, and the instrument of assignment was duly recorded In the office of the register of deeds for said Ramsey county in boos 34 of Assignments on page* 13, by which default the power of sale has become operative, and there Is now due on said mortgage $1,815.64, and $22.72 taxes paid by baid assignee on said premises, and $8.00 paid by said assignee as insurance premium on the buildings on said premises, making the total amount due thereon $1,840.36. Now notice is hereby giver, that by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be fore closed and said premises sold at public auc tion by the sheriff of said county, as by stat ute provided, on Saturday. January lltth, lbtia, at ten o'clock a. m., at the frontdoor of the court house, on Fourth street, in the City of St. Paul, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, taxes. $75.00 attorney's fees as stip ulated in said mortgage, and disbursements allowed by law. • ." - Dated December sth, 1504.. . SECURITY TRUST COMPANY. Assignee. By Edwabd i. lloDG»ON, President. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MORN?MO. DECEMBER 58. IPM. BITVATIOIIB WAMTKIh Male. A cpoiJNTANT—A class accountant, -F\. who has hud twelve years' trunerttl offl. c experience, would like to make a change Jan. 1, 1803; can furnish the best of St. Paul references. M '.8, Globe. BAKTKMJKIt - Wanted. Position —An experienced bartenuer wants position; have Rood references. Address F. W., 423 Hobert si. ■ ' • • ■ BAitBKR— Young man nii.eteen yours of a«e wonts a position in barber nhop, one and three-quarter years' experience; 5-.50 a week and bourd. Address Eudie Uaur, 142 Baker st . West St. Paul. COOK— Situation wanted by a colored man who is a Brat-daw cook and (VMiter. U. Kandolj h. Hotel De Mink, Fourth and St. Peter sts. DELIVERY MAN— Situation as delivery man; can furnish own horse and wagon. Call or address W. 11. M., 167 Ron do st. OFFICE WOUK or bookkeeping by yotiiiK man of experience; quick and accurate; A Ircferencea. P 20, Glor>e. OrFICE WORK—s] 0 glren to any per son obtainiuj? good office siiuatiou for eapectable ma, Address 1) L'O, Globe. OFFICE WORK— Young man.wants do sition in oftics where there is a chance for promotion will work cheap. A. J. C, 351 Franklin, city. OFFICE WtJKK—Situation wanted by young man of nineteen at office or nny work which is offered him; dma good pen mau. Address J. M. L., 3ti4J Rosabel, city. "piIAK.MACIJiT, registered, desires posi i Uon: thoroughly experienced and tem perate; highest references. Pharmacist, 321 Chestnut st. SAL.EXM AN—Hardware salesman wants position in store or on road; best.of ref erences and speaks German. M. A.G., 45!) Wabasha st. SALESMAN— Wauted. a situation in a country store as salesman, bookkeeper or manager: fifteen years'experience; pood references. Address H. B. * 8., 160 Mac kubiu it. IV 7 OHK—Wanted, work of most any kind; * * can fin uKli references if wauted. J 28, Globe. WOKK FOR liOArtl) — Wanted, by a younK man, a place to work for board and attend school. Please call 63? Endicott Building. WOKK KOrt BOA KB- Wanted, by a young man attending university, a place to work for board. Address H3S. Globe. WOKK-A respectable married mmi *» wants work of any kind; can furnish good reference: Knows the city; will work for 815 a month and board for the winter; am willing to work'if I can get it; must have some work. Address R. E. Smith, 284 East Seventh st,. city. -■■: females. OOiiKEEFER — Position wanted by lady as bookkeeper, cashier, or any. kind of office work: best city references. '-'70 Earl st. - ■■ ■ ■ ■ COOK— A first-class cook wants place to cook by the day or to make reception diuuers; first-class reference. Address M.W., 405 Rice st. -■■■ ■ - OMPOSITOR — Lady compositor dt-~. v> sires situation. Address 208 East Four teenth St.. city. • U OCSKKEKP.EK—Younx lady with a 11 child thirteen months old would like a position as housekeeper. Call at 552 Deca tnr st. : . LJOI'BMVOKK-a strong Scandinavian Lj girl would like to do general house work. Call at 562 Decatur st. ■ ■ IVJUKSE-Aa experienced confinement 1" nurse wants position; will work cheap, according to times; best city references fur nished. Address 5M Broadway st. NURSE— nursing wanted by an ex perienced nurse; good reference. Call or address 735 Mania st. STKNOG KAPHKK-A position byyomig O lady stenographer; has had experience; will work cheap; best references. Address L. M., 8-51 Agate St. CTtSOORAPHKK-A position by young O lady stenographer; has had experience;: understands bookkeeping; will work cheap. Address Lulu McCullough. 831 Agate st. OTENOGRAPHER—Position wanted by k-1 thoroughly competent stenographer of large experience; will work for reasonable salary; best city references. 270 Earl st. ASHING— A lady would like to take washing at home. Call or address M W. 684 Mississippi st. PFRSOJVALS. I WAYS RKUABLK-Madame Teits worth; prices reduced 5j cents; thirty years" experience. 13 Eighth st. ADAM ST. JOHNS, celebrated clair voyant, massage and magnetic healer, 13!) West Fourth st. : open evenings. ISS KASTMAN-Massage and alcoho baths; open daily and evenings. 430 Wabasha. Room 15. MKN. LOllsK NWTMANJi-Masque rade and theatrical costumes, masks, wins, beards and grease paint. 56 East >ev entii st. jl/l US. OK. F. KEARUON—34 East Sev i-»L euth. Room 304— Massage, vapor and electric baths; «to9p. m.. including Sun days. MRS Iff. A. (VLhSEVi HABKALOO -124 Wabaaha St.—Magnetic and jmssage treatment for paralytic, rheum atum and nervous diseases: als"> ba.h> > a.m. to i i> m THE GREATEST CLAIRVOYANT of the age, the vomit; Madame Rornaiue, is in this city, and can be consulted ou all affairs of life; her predictions never fail; she makes a success where others fall; cor rect advice on business, matrimonial and all family affairs; brings the separated together; causer, happy marriage with the one you love; future plainly revealed; lovers united; troubles healed; those in trouble should not fail to call and be couvinced on ihe above statements; business strictly confidential: letters containing stamp promptly answered; hours 9to it. Address or call 563 Jackson st,, between Eleventh and Twelfth. WOUI>I> some kind Mason or Mason's wife assist the daughter of a brother Mason who is iv adversity. Address J 27 Globe. mrsir«r>s CHANCES. FOit SALii OHKAP-Meat market doing a nice business. Apply SO State st. rOh SALE—Stock of fixtures «ud dairy J- business; $22a taket it. Address P 23, Globe. <£1 (\()C\ CASH secures half inter- VI^UUU erit old-established business monopoly; gilt-edge security given for money: sickness cause selling; can investi gate month before purchasing. Care 435 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis. t:O R(\(\ STOCK of merchandise cheap *iP^i^tJ\J\J for cash or part dear real estate; can divide stock. Noble, -'715 Perm ay. north. Minneapolis. Minn. DOABD OFFRREi). BOAKT> AND ROOM at 64 Eleventh st., near Capitol. BOA KD—Furnished rooms and table board Ms Wrtshington st. tfc'pHK MIKKK"-l'leasftnt rooms. wi(h JL board; centrally located for business people. 162 College ay., corner sixm. IKSTIU:CTIO!VS. it VI OZZAKAS 1 DANCING ACAD. li- eruy. i.'.'O Central Fark East— l'tiinls can niec ?lass at any time; private instruc tion. t'l'. A<,ATIIAS ACADKMY OF MUSIC O and Art. 26 East Exchanf^ St., «t. Paul— J'ijuio, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin Uught. Lessons giwii in drawing end iiuiut ing. Call or fend for prospectus. ' . roB »A«,g. SPECIAL WALK of seeond-hiuid' stoves *J »nd carpets at Ryan Furniture uud Ex- Change ( omt/auF. 142 and in s«ff»«.tb ... FOR BE.IT. ' ; 4l«tuac». . . v i :: " €. tJ WIACHKLJ,, i The Rental *k«eM. '■ ■> Makes a N]»e«*iHlty «i* Renting I*ropca*ly. : 300 Manhattan Bntldfng. Houseik. TAYIOK'B KKNTING AHKNOV — OLOHB BUILDING —WE RENT HOUSES. STORES. OFFICES. TAKE CIIAUUEOr HENTKD PItOPERTY AND MAKE COLLECTIONS. HOQII1&, A-.HOTKL BHCfsWiCK, for sentls • men only; fifty modtiru itaam-neated room* by day. week or month. FOIIKTH »T., 171 WEST — For rent, nicely furnished rooms: furnace heat, gas, bath, etc. Heusouabie rates. TKNTH ST., 07 WKST—For rent, fur- X nUtied rooms; front parlor, $S; small room. S3; for light housekeeping If required. O»J(? «AST SKVENTtI ST.—Expert A;»J\J massaße. Magnetic, and Alcohol baths. Anna of Chicago. WMTEDTO BF\. 1 \ITCHING MACHIXh-Wanted to buy. \) a second-hand ditching machine. Ad dross A. Keesey, Kan Claire, Win. HAND PRESS-A second-handed six column hand press wanted for cash. .1 28, Globe. HOT-WATKK H KATE X—Second-hand hot-water healer, iv Rood condition. Address, stating price, Andrew Brown, P. O. Box 406. JVJOTICK UK MORTGAGE FOHECLOS 1' me Sale— A mortgage was dated, exe cuted and delivered on the seventeenth day of May, 18? i), by James E. Cramsie' and Julia K. Cram sic, his wife, as mortgagors, to Wil liam F. Peet, as mortgagee, which said mort gage was duly recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds of Hamsey County. Minne sota, on the i!4th day of May. 1889. at 10 o'clock and 6'» minutes a. m. in Book 204 of Mortgage* at pace 175. Subsequently, to wit, on the 12th day of June A. 1). In>9, the said mortgage was duly assigned by the said William K. Feet to Henry M. Schmuck, by an instrument in writing, which said instrument of assign ment was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of said County, on the l:ith day of June A. D. 1889, at 4 o'clock and 21 minutes p. m., in Boole 26 of Assignment!* at page 25t>. . Default has been made in the conditions, agreements and covenants of said mortgage, and there is claimed to.be due, and is due the subscriber at the date of this notice upon the said mortgage the sum of three thousand two hundred and ninety-two dollars' and sixty-five cents. ... ! - Now, therefore, notice I« hereby given, thai by virtue of the power of sale combined in t-;dd mortgage, and of the statute m such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a gale of the mortgaged premises described therein aud hereinafter described to satisfy, the amount which shall at . the date of said Kale be ;duß on said mortgage, together with the posts and expenses of said sale as allowed by law. the tuxes, if any, paid by the subscriber, mid the further sum of seventy-rive dollars -($75) as an attorney's fee.-which is agreed in said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure. Said sa'e will be made at the Fourth street entrance to the Court House and City Hall, in the City of St. Paul, Ramsey County, Min nesota, on Saturday, the 2iHh day of: Decem ber, 1894, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day by the Sheriff of said Ramsey County, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. The premises described in said mortgage and so to be. sold are situated in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are known and described as follows: Lot numbered six (6) in block numbered three (3) of Grace's Addition to St. Paul, ac cording to the recorded plat thereof on file in the o*Vve of the Register of Deeds in and for said County of Ramsey. • Dated November 16, 1894. HENRY M. SCHMUCK. Assignee of Mortgagee. Ambrose Tighe, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe building. St. Paul. Minn. -. jVTOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOP.ECLOS -1" ure Sale—A mortgage wa« dated, exe cuted and delivered on the twenty-tirst day of March, 18S9. by Charles Malrao. unmar ried, as mortgagor, to Wm. F. Peet as mort gagee, which said mortgage waa duly re corded in the office of the Register of rieeds of Ramsey County, Minnesota, on the 2ath clay of March, lift*, at i o'clock and 50 min utes p. ni.. in Book 203 of Mortgages, at page 260. Subsequently, to wit. on the "J©th day of April, A. D, 1.-89, the said mortgage watduly assigned by the said Wm. F. Peet to Emerson W. Feet, by an instrument iv writing, which said instrument of assignment was duly re corded iv the office of the Register of Deeds of said county ou the 29th day of April, A. D. ii?Si>, at 4 o'clock and 36 minutes p. m., In Book M of Assignments, at page 140. Subsequently, to wit. on the eighteenth day of June. A. D. 1889, the said mortgage was duly assigned by the sala Emerson W. Peet to Eliza 1). Howell, by an instrument in writing, which said instrument of assign ment was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of said County on the 10th day of June, A. D. 18*9. at 4 o'clock and 35 minutes p. m., in Book 26 of Assignments, at page Default has been made in the conditions, agreements and covenants of said mortgage, and there is claimed to be due. and is due. the subscriber at the date of this notice upon the said mortgage the sum of three thousand bix hundred and twenty-live dollars and twenty-Mx cents. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises described therein and herein after described, to satisfy the amount which shall at the date of said sale be due ou said mortgage, together with the costi and ex penses of said sale, as allowed by law, the taxes, if any, paid by the subscriber, and the further sum of seventy-live dollars ($75) as an attorney's fee, which is agreed in said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure. -aid sale will be made at the Fourth Street entrance to the Court House and City Hall, in me City of St. Paul. Karosey County. Minneso ta, on Saturday, the 29ib day of December.lß94, at ten o'clock iv the forenoon of said day. by the Sheriff of; said Ramsey County, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. The premises described in saia mortgage and 30 to be sold are situated in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are Known and described as follows: | S j Lot numbered nineteen (19) in block num bered nine (y) of Mackubin and Marshall's Addition to Saint Paul according to the re corded plat thereof on file in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said county of Ramsey. Dated Nov. 16, 1894. . . . i ELIZA D. HOWELL. Assignee of Mortgagee. Ambrose Tighe, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe Building. St. Paul. Minn. OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF *J Ramsey—Probate court. In the mutter of the application for license to sell the real estate of Edward Langevin, deceased. On reading and filing the DetJtion ot Arbille Mi haud,admini«r«tor with the will annexed of the estate of -Rid deceased; piay iug that license be to him granted to sell all of the real estate of which said deceased died beized, and it appearing by (.aid petition that there Is not sufficient personal estate In the hand* of said administrator to Day the dents outstanding against the deceased find the lczHOics and expenses of administration, and itfutitls necessary in order to pay such debts, legacies and expenses to sell said real estate; It in therefore ordered. That all persons in terested in said estate appear before the said prolate court at a special term thereof, to be held on Friday, the 4th day or January. A. I). |H'.)."\ at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, tit the Court House, in the City of St. Paul, In said County, then and there to kliow cause (if any th"ere be) why license should not be granted to said administrator to sell said real estate according to the prayer of said petition." ■ And it is further ordered. That notice or such hearing be given to all persona inter ested in said estate by publishing this order once in each week for lhtee successive week* prior to Bald day of hearing in the at. Paul Dau-TOlobk, a daily newspaper printed printed and publiblied in said county. Dated at batut r»ul. the lath day of Do cember. 1 8M. By the Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER, [l. «.] .Tudjre of Probate. John U. M >nnnifiHt Attatuaw, Buy a Brownie Book The cutest the greatest, the best and most popular work ever written by Palmer Cox, the Prince of Juvenile Writers. 8 Parts. 10 Cents Secures Each at the Globe Counting Room. 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