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Subscribers and Dealers should leave their orders at the Minneapolis Book Exchange, 20 Washington Avenue South. CRISHED BETWEETN CARS. Fatally Injured at Hop kins Died at the Hospital. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 4.— Charles T. Bris tol, a brakeman In the employ of tho Min neapolis & St. Louis railroad, was fatally in jured at Hopkins, late this afternoou. He died :Ive minutes after being taken to St. Barnab.;s' hospital. .Hist l'.ow the accident occurred no one seems to know. It is thought that the brake niau slipped, or was caught between the bumpers. He was crushed about the hips and also received internal injuries from which Jhe .lied. < ironer Dennis viewed the re. ains aufi will have a post mortem examination held this mornig. It is possible that an Inquest ■■will also be he:d. Bristol was a married man and lived at 2900 Eighteenth avenue souih. He was twenty-five years old. Hinlit to Register Questioned. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 4.— Edward R. Wal hinlst employed at the Soo shops, and living at 944 Twuuty-seventh avenue northeim. is the first man this year to be charged with unlawfully registering. Wal lace was arrested on complaint of John Burns, Democratic candidate for the legislature from thy Thirty-ninth district, and is charged by M:. Burns with registering Oct. 25 in the Eleventh district vt the Ninth ward, when he knew well that he was not a qualified elector. He was arraigned in the municipal ->iourt yecterday, and his examination set lor Nov. o. Bail was fixed at $100, which he furnished and was released. Honey Killed Him. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 4.— Carl Maynard, son of M M. Maynard, an Excelsior fruit grower, died Thursday morning of a very peculiar malady. The young man had been eating very heartily of honey in the eomib, and the lar?e amount of beeswax he ate clogged his digestive apparatus to such an extent that sickness and death resulted in spite of the efforts of the doctors to save him. MINNEAPOLIS BREVITIES. MINNEAPOLIS, Not. 4.— The jury in tho first of the cases brought by parties injured by the falling of the Lake Harriet bridge during the cycle races last summer, has found far the plaintiff, MerrU-k L. Shlrly, giving the plaintiff $1,500 damages. Jt»e stockholders' suit against the Minn3 a'Mlis Termira! Elevator company came to trial beforo Judge Johnson in the district court thi:i morning. David Gagne, proprietor of the French hotel calocn, en Nlcollet island, where Frank La bell,, and John Knappen, two fifteen-year-old boys, w-rre gold liquor, has been ordered by- Mayor Pratt to pay the boys' fines and dis charge his bartender. The funeral of Frank W. Smith, driver of Truck No. 3, -occurred from his late resi dence, 0210 Seventeenth avenue south, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The report of City Treasurer Hulbcrt, re garding dividends received in the Haugan xnatier, shows that the c-Uy is doing much better than generally known. Since Oct. 25, IS9S. the city has received dividends amouut ing to $I,l 'i'- The .Mimilkhada club, a society for cut- Joor sport and summer recreation, was cr gaiiiZ'.J tonight at the West hotel. A com mitteo was appointed to elect fifty members to sign the article of incorporation, to el.'Ct a governing board of ten members, and to appoint officers. A subscription list laid out for that purpose netted a subscription of $1::. Capt. S. R. Van Sant, of Winona, spoke at four Republican meetings this evening. The Northwest. «iiooti.ec;gers" nor 3D over. Two Alleged Vendors of Whisky Held for Trial at Fargo. FARGO, N. D., Nov. 4.— (Special.)— Supt. Coleman, of the county hospital, has received word that fire at his farm near Coburn destroyed his barns, horses, harness and all the hay, oats and other feed. There were about twenty horses and aJbou't 4,000 bushels of oats. He had only $1,600 insurance o» the whole lot, which will not cover lhalf of the loss. George Norton and Philip Ray have been bound over to the district court charged with "bootlegging" whisky through the county. They were caught in the vicinity of Page and had a good eized grip full of pint and quart bot tles of whisky. Rev. Willard Crosby Lyon, son of Cashier S. S. Lyon, of the First Na tional bank, of this city, has been in stalled as pastor of the First Presby terian Church of La Moure. Judge Pollock issued a decree of di vorce to Mable Dennison from Frank Dennison, of Spokane. The grounds upon which the divorce waa granted v.ere of extreme cruelty and an at tempt to kill. The plaintiff is the daughter of E. M. Durfee, postoffice clerk in this city. She married Den nison some five years ago and went to Svokane, but they did not live happily together. Dennison about two years ago rthot his wife twice in the back with a revolver, for which he is now serving a sentence. ST. CLOU). An ESaeaped Patient From the Fer- KUH I-\»I1m Asylu jn Reeai»turtMl. . ST. CLOUD, Minn Nov. 4.— (Special.) — Charles Weymout! an inmate of the insane hospital at Fergus Falls, who made his escape from that institution h;st Monday night, was taken in charge by officers from the asylum here today. Weymouth was consigned to the asylum from Sauk Center some time ago. He walked nearly all the way from Fergus Falls to this place. He made no resistance when appre hended. A sudden change has been made in the management of the St. Cloud board of trade, and it will hereafter be op erated by Angus McKinnon, who has boen assistant nmnager since July. L. M. Hamilton, who has been manager to date, has dropped out and has ac cepted a position on the Northern Pa cific at Glendive, Mont. About twenty members of the ca thedral choir surprised Hubert Gans, the choirmaster, at his home on Ninth avenue north. Though unaware of the intended party until the guests ar rived, Mr. and Mrs. Gans succeeded in playing the host and hostess to the entire satisfaction of all present. Cards Were the principal amusement of tih-e evening, after which refreshments and ■music occupied the attention of those present. The congregation of the Methodist church tendered a reception to Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Ro3s this evening at the home of Prof, and Mrs. B. B. James. William H. Pankake, of Maine Prairie, did a kindly act last spring and it now rises up to bless him. Theodore Paumen, a bachelor 48 years old and in very poor healfh, "eamo to his home and Mr. Pankake took him and cared for him. Paumen died recently. It was supposed that he was a poor man. but in ' looking over his papers it was discovered that he owned an 80-acre farm in Maine Prairie township, and this he left to Paakake. STILLWATKR. No Improvement in the Condition of Mr. Staples Vive Paroles. STILLWATER, Minn., Nov. 4.— (Special.)— The miscellaneous cash receipts of the prison for last month amounted to $75,601, and of this amount $71,154 was received from 001- ' lections on account of binder twine. The prison board met today, but transacted CASTOR! A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sip j4/stf-*^£~ Signature of L/uX^^Tc^CC^V* no business of Importance. Five paroles were granted and one paroled prisoner was discharged. All members of the board were in attendance excepting M. O. Hall, of Du luth. The Clyde arrived today and went Into winter quarters. There has been no change for tho better in the condition of I. E. Staples, Who Is critically ill with paralysis. He is uncon scious, and his condition is alarming to his family and friends. * Ormsby Soule, a resident of this city, em ployed in Minneapolis, will be married In Minneapolis Nov. 24 to Miss Ruth Chambers, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cham bers, former residents of this city. The Elks will give their next dance for members of the order and their friends In Elks' hall on the 18th lnst. A number of counterfeit coins are in cir culation in this city, and several merchants have been victimized. Most of the coins are 50-cent pieces. They are lighter than tho genuine, and imperfectly made. Since the Ist of November about $125,000 has been paid on the twine notes due at the prison. Thousands of dollars are being re ceived daily. Northwest Pensions. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. — Nordrwestern pensions were granted yesterday as follows: Minr^soba— Original: Charles H. Freeman, Minneapolis, $6; Theodore A. Walker, Pine Island, $6. Increase; Robert Millie, Ken yon, $8 to fl2; Virgie Thomas, Minneapolis, $10 to $12. Widow: Sarah J. La Fond, Lit tle Falls, $12. North Dakota— Original: Henry W. For man, Fargo, $0. Widow: Abigail A. Skinner, Bisunarck, $12. South Dakota — Original: Ellas Jones, Hud son, $8. Judge Cox's Death. ST. PETER. Minn.. Nov. 4.— (Special.)— The first news of the death of Judge E. St. Julien Cox was received here through The Globe today. Judge Cox was a former well known and Influential citizen of St. Peter, and served this county in the state legislature, 'both in the house and senate. In 1877 he was elected judge of this district. He is survived by his wife and cix children, among whom is Mrs. W. F. Markoe, of St. Paul. Normal Seh&ol Reception. WINONA, Minn., Nov. 4.— (Sppc : aU— At the normal hall this evening a farewell reception was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Shepaid, the late president of that institution. At a meeting of the Business Men's as;o eiation it was decided to celebrate the suc cessful outcome of tho late street fair with j a banquet, to be held Nov. 16. Prairie Fire Near Morris. CROOKSTON, Minn,. Nov. 4.— A prairie firs 6tarted at a point in the angle of the G. N. and N. P. tracks east of Tilden yesterday afternoon, and swept north tnward Red Lake Falls, hurried by the high wind. The fire ran on to the northward, sweeping every thing before it, and without doubt some buildings and stacks of grain were destroyed. Xew PostninMtei'H. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.— Postmasters have been appointed as follows: Minnesota — Sperry, Martin county, John W. Miracle, vice Oliver H. Sperry, resigned. South Dakota— Twin Brooks, Grant county, Miles D. Hocum. ('onsregutionallNtg in Session. WATERTOWN. S. D.. Nov. 4.— The six teentih annual meeting of th« Northern Asso ciation of Congregational churches is in ses s'on here. The number of delegates is very large, and represent nearly all parts of tho slate. Warehouse Co. Gets Judgment. RED WING, Minn., Nov. 4.— The second trial of the case of the Goodhue Farmers' Warehouse company against John O. Davis et al., has resulted In a verdict in favor of the plaintiff, with judgment In the sum of $5,700. Peterson Will Make Good. SLAYTON, Minn., Nov. 4.— Examiner West completed his examination of Treasurer Peter son's books for his entire term, of eight years. His report will show discrepancies during the last five years amounting- to $I,ISO, and this amount will at once be returned. Militia at HayOeld. WEST CONCORD. Minn.. Nov. 4.— There is a movement on foot in Hayfleld to organize a militia company. Word has been received from the adjutant general that a place may b3 made for a company. Diphtheria at Mo>rris. MORRIS, Minn., Nov. 4.— An epidemic of diphtheria, in a comparatively mild form, has caused the temporary closing of the schools here. There are about a dozen cases in different parts of the town. nrutally Murdered. BISMARCK, N. D., Nov. 4.— Mrs. Hedstroin, an old lady 72 years, was brutally murdered at her farm, thirty miles north of this city, her head being crushed with a blunt instru ment. NORTHWEST NEWS NOTES. MANKATO. Minn., Nov. 4.— (Special.)— The Southern Minnesota Teachers' assoclatiou, now In session here, was addressed tonight by Dr. George D. Hurron, of Grinnell, 10. LA CROSSE. Wis.. Nov. 4.— The members of Companies B and M, Third regiment, who arrived home Monday, were given an elabo rate banquet and ball at Germania hall. nOYD, Minn., Nov. 4.— Bernt B. Taftnes3, who tiled to kill himself by cutting across his wrist with a razor, was brought before Judge Rosenwald and adjudged insane. FOREST LAKE, Minn., Nov. 4.— The home belonging to Sam S. Eustis, a former resi dent of Minneapolis, waa destroyed by fire during the absence of the family. Loss, $2,i;00: insured for $300. KENYON. Minn., > »/. 4.— The people of j this little city have subscribed 522 in money ar.d 000 pounds of clothing for the Wisconsin I fire sufferers. BLACK RIVER FALLS. Wis., Nov. 4.— Deputy City Marshal Will Hewitt was stabbed w'liile on duty last night by a drunken Indian. VERMILLION. S. D.. Nov. 4.— F. M. Smith, a farmer, living near Vermilllon, lost over 2.000 bushels of wheat by fire last night. Twenty-one stacks burued. Cause not defi nitely known. News of the Railroads. JOINT TRAFFIC DISSOLVES. Future of Railroads Interested De pends I pen Legislation. NEW YORK. Nov. 4.— An executive ges- | sion of the presidents of the railroads of ! the Joint Traffic association was held this } afternoon, and a resolution passed dissolving the Joint Traffic association. Mr. Depew, who presided at the meeting, hurried away after the meeting was over. "I cannot say a word," Dr. Depew said. "The association is a spirit — -a corpse." Dr. Depew further eaid that, beyond the dissolution and discussion, there was noth- j ing done. "The matter," he said, "is left to the legislature." F. H. Hoyt, secretary of the board of control of the association, a*so said no cre ative action had been taken; that no agree ment, verbal or otherwise, had been made. In his opiniou, the dissolution would be fol lowed by speedy legislation that would al low tl\e railroads to protect their interests. HEAW FREIGHT TRAFFIC. Northern Pacific Is Experiencing' Marked Increases. Northern Pacific shipments of range cat tle to date are lOS.OCO head, an increase over I last year of 5.000 head; sheep, 613,000 head, an increase of 15.000; horses, 3,000 head, an increase of 1.000. All this stock was shipped to the Twin Cities and Chicago. The freight business now is very heavy. Grain is moving along regularly and in large volume and salmon shipments are also very heavy for this season. Wool is being held over In Oregon and Washing-Urn for better prices. Shipments of green fruit are larger this year than ever before. The movement of peaches, plums and pears is now over, but it was the largest ever known. Some apples are now coming from Washington. Oregon and Idaho for the Twin City market. CANADIA.N LINE It Signifies a Willingness to Ac cept Recent Events. The Canadian Pacific has had all it wants of arbitration, and has signified a willingness to abide by the decision of the last one regarding its right to a differential on busi ness taken in competition with American lines. Uoon a fuller examination of the question They saw there was no validity to their claim that only a technical point "was arbitrated. They were led into the error by advice of their representative on the board of arbitration, who has a reputation for seeing the fly on a barn door before he sees the barn. American railway officials are all pleased with the Canadian Pacific's decision and they hope there will be no more trouble on its account. Tlie Canadian Rfc- THE ST. PAUI, GLOBE- SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1898. ciflc has always been the main disturber in every rate war on transcontinental business and many times on plain United States bum ness, and it seems Impossible that H really means to keep the pace. But If the Canadian Pacific will abide by Its promiso all will be forgiven. "It's too bad," said a prominent railroad man yesterday, "that the Canadian Pacifio makes so much trouble. The officials of thai road are all good fellows, and we hate to keep pounding them all the time." Northern Committee Sat. The Northern committee met In Minneap olis yesterday afternoon andi discussed a number of minor topics relating to the freight situation in this territory. There was but a small docket and no Question of vital importance was on the programme. Its Earnings Inorea.se. The earnings of the Chicago Great Western the fourth week in October asnounted to $173,424.05, an increase of $9,427.01 over the corresponding week last year. o .a. srook a: .a. . Bears the _^ Ttiß W Mavß Alwa^ S a^ Supreme Court Routine. The following cases were argued before the Supreme court yesterday: State of Minnesota against Matt Dunser, and State of Minnesota against J. Grimes, Thomas Murphy and Eug. Farrell. Cheap Homeieekcri' Excursion* to the Sdnjh Are run twice every month by the Wiscon sin Central L»ines; tickets are good for stop over in Land Seekers' Territory south of the Ohio river. For particulars call at City Ticket Office, 373 Robert, St. Paul, Minn. A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE On Snlnt Paul & Dulnth Railroad. Hunters report good luck at Pokegama Lake (Pine City), Rush Lake, Chisago Lake 3 and Forest Lake. Half Rate Hunters' Tickets on sale Saturdays and Sundays, good return- Ing any train Monday. DPI IF*s!i S"*CJ \( m ' CUBES THE FIRST TIME. CUEO TREATMENT is Dr. Cole's own discovery for WEAK MAN, in every way weak, who may be suffering from the wasting^ weakening and nervous results of LOST MANHOOD. After a quarter of a century's practice In the cure of all DISEASES OF MEN as a specialty and in the treatment and cure of just such caßes aa these. Dr. Cole discovered his famous CREO TREATMENT. It not only acts dirsctly on the GENITO IRINARY organs, strengthening, invigor ating, revitalizing and rejuvenating the fundamental organs, but at once imparts to him the vitality and vigor of manhood that he should possess. CREO TREATMENT electrifies the whole system, searches out the weak points and fortifies them at once by acting on the nerve centers, stomach, di gestive organs, heart, liver, kidneys, bladder, Spinal cord and brain; thus preparing the way for nature to assert itself, making the man strong, vigoi&us, robust and hsalthy; without an ache or pain, correcting the whole system. OFFICE TREATMENT. In every case where it is possible for you to come to the offices, by all means, do so. It Is so much more satisfactory to you «"«* to the doctor to have a personal consultation and examination. You then see and talk with the old doctor. HOME TREATMENT. For those who cannot come to the offleos. our method of home treatment, in all cases, is as perfect as it can be made. A complete and correct diagnosis is made of each case, free of charge, and a special course of trp«t ment is sent to meet the particular require ments of each case, by mail or express. Dr. Alfred L. Cole, Medical Institute and Council of Physicians, 24 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minn. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey — District Court. In the Matter of the Petition of Hazel Park Improvement Company for vacation of plat of "Richard Marvin's Addition," and the streets and alleys therein. Notice is hereby given that Hazel Park Improvement Company has filed in the office of the clerk of the above named court its petition, wherein it is recited that southeast quarter (M) of southwest quarter (%) of sec tion twenty-five (25) in township twenty-nine (29) north of range twenty-two (22), in Ram sey County, Minnesota, was heretofore duly platted into lots, streets and alleys, and as so platted was designated as "Richard Mar vin's Addition," and which plat is page 37, in Book 5 of "Original Plats," in the office of the Register of Deeds of said Ramsev County; and said petitioner further recites in Its said petition that said petitioner is the owner of the whole of the said "Richard Marvin's Addition," and that said land is un broken brush land, and suitable only for agricultural purposes, and will not be suit able for urban purposes in the immediate future; and said petition recites other facts showing that such plat and all streets and alleys indicated thereon (except Minnehah.i and East Seventh streets) ought to be va cated, and by the said petition petitioner prays for the vacation of said "Richard Mar vin's Addition," and all streets and alleys therein, except said Minnehaha and Eait Severn h street: Notice is hereby given that said petition will be presented by said petitioner tn the District Court of Ilamsey County, Minne sota, at a special term to be held at the Court House, in the City of Saint Paul, in said Ramsey County, on Saturday. December 10th. IS9B, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as counsel cari bo heard, and upon said petition and the evidence then to be presented this petitioner will move that said petition be in all things granted. HAZEL PARK IMPROVEMENT CO. By ALB. STEINHAUSER, Vice President. Attest: C. W. Horr, Secretary. Dated November 3. 1898. (Corporate Seal.) Charles Bechhoefer, Attorney for Petitioner. PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Minnesota, Third Division. \otiee of Sale in the Matter of Frederick M. I.ytion, Bankrupt. Notice of Sale of Bankrupt's Prop erty. Notice la hereby given, that, in pursuance to an order heretcfore made on the 3d day of November, A. D. 1898, by M. Doran Jr.. referee in bankruptcy, I will sell at pubiio vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at my office, No. 70, in the National German- American Bank Buildin.tr. at the corner of East Fourth street and Minnesota street, in the City of St. Paul, County of Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, at 10 a. m., November ISth, A. D. 1898, the property belonging to Frederick M. Lytzen, bankrupt, the descrip tion of which is as follows, to wit: A policy numbered 365,387, executed by the Northwest ern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Mil waukee, Wisconsin, for five thousand dollars, payable in twenty years, dated the 9th day of March, A. D. 18?7, and a poliev numbered 79. (',19. executed by the Home Life Insurance Company of New York, for five thousacd dol lars, payable in twenty years, dated March 2nd, A. D. 1897. Dated Nov. 4th, 1898. JOHN S. CROOKS, Trustee. BANKRUPTCY MATTERS. Ilaving experience in Bankruptcy Courts, and Facilities for transacting the business we solicit such practice and promise prompt attention to correspondence and dispatch in each case. CHARLES N. AKERS. Office in Gilfillan Block, St. rani, Minn Miscellaneous. 2O Words or Less, 2Oe. IF RATS and mice annoy you write S. S. Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111., for sure extermi nator. A Little Want Tolls the Story Everywhere, GLOBE WANT ADS AT REDUCED RATES: Board Offered. * .^..2owordsor!es9 lOc Help Wanted, Female looal ads 20 words or less 100 Board Wanted.. ........ M»t«.«..~.*,»i»....r.... 20 words or less lOc Help Wanted, Male locaiads 20 words or less lOa For Rent, Rooms-... ... **.•••* • ...20 words or less 100 Wanted, Rooms 20 words or less lOj A«cmts and Agencies ....20 words or less 200 Farm Lands «« ,—«. ..20 word* or less 200 Horses and Carriages.... 2o words or less 200 | Notices 20 wnrrti nr i««« xv, Auction Sales 20 word, or leas 200 Financial ...... ,^^.««.20 words or less 200 Hotels 20 words or less 200 Personal"." ."."' " .~M words °r e Business Chances .... 20 words or less 200 For Rent. Houses .—...20 words or less 200 Instruction 20 words or less 200 Professional 20 words or lon 20a Business Personal. ......20 word* or less 200 For Rent. Stores .......20 words or leas 200 Lost and Found 20 words or less 20c Storage 20 wards ZZZ ftv! Chiropodist* 20 words or less 200 For Rent. Flats „.. 20 words or less 200 Massage ... 20 words *or less 30c Wanted to Buy 20 worts ore nv^n™^ "•• j} ™£ ° r ! 68S 3 °° For Sal9 < Miscellaneous .20 words or less 200 Medical 20 words or less 800 Wanted to ExchW ".'.S words or uZ 2ta Dyeing and Cleaning...... JO wojto or less £0c For Sale— Real Estate... .2o words or less 200 Miscellaneous 20 words or less 200 ~ PAYMENT STRICTLY IIN ADVANCE FREE Situations Wanted Advts. JESSST * Try The Globe's Popular lA/ants and Be Convinced, Situations Wanted— Females. E£R.nsnpzi ■ ) -diilvertititiments under this elaasi/ioation \ w^?g s &ir m^ m ■ 1 itisvrted free to tha unemployed^ of at. i*ai»l S F» g^g* g" ■ •"*■■ ■ ? and Minneapolis. ? >-,■■■■*■• ■ BOOKKEEPER— A thoroughly competent youug lady desires a position as bookkeeper or office assistant; first-class references. Address A. P.. 801 Pioneer Press. CLERK— Wanted, position clerking, or day work; good penman. Miss Molltor, 82 B. 11th. COMPANION— Refined lady desires position as companion to wealthy lady; good traveler, reader and amanuensis; expert In art work, and milliner. C 82, Globe. COOK — Must have work; first-class private family cook. Also a number of girls for gen eral housework, at the Capital Employment office. 505 Wabasha st. COPYIST— Wanted, copying of all kinds neatly and quickly done. Address E 56, Globe. CLERK— Wanted, position clerking, or day work. Address s€B Beaumont st. CLERK — Young lady as clerk; reference; office work or penman. Address N 79, Globe. DRESSMAKER— Dressmaker dealres work in families; the best of references. 191 Rondo. DRESSMAKER wants a few more families to sew for; references. Z 50, Globe. DRESSMAKER wants sewing, by the day, In families. 227 Carroll st DRESSMAKER with first-class references would like work in families. F 22, Globe. EMPLOYMENT— Position of some kind wanted by a lady who has had several years' experience as teacher. Address M 94, Globe. GOVERNESS— Young lady governess, or to be company for invalid. S 98, Globe. CLERK— Lady wants position; clerking or office work. Address S 97, Globe. HOUSEKEEPER— Young widow; housekeeper, with a respectable party; has a child of 5 years; good, home more^ object than high wages. N 76. Globe. HOUSEKEEPER— Lady as housekeeper in hotel; has 16 years' experience. N 74, Globe. HOUSEWORK— A young lady wants light housework or chamber work. 70 W. Geranium. HOUSEWORK— In private family by a competent girl. 114 Lelghton Place. HOUSEWORK— By an experienced second grl. Address 527 L'Orient st. HOUSEWORK— Situation wanted, a German girl. Housework or nursing. 637 Palace st, LAUNDRESS — A girl wants a job as laundress or dishwasher in hotel or restaurant. Ai> _ply 139 East Tenth street. LADIES can find some good cooks waiting places; girls can get the best places and high wages, at Mrs. Merry wejatuer's, 543 Wabaaha street. MOTHER and daughter would like to get ro oms as Janftress. W 55, Globe. NURSE GIRL— A German girl of 13 desires position as nurse; references. V 78, Globe. NURSE — Experienced; invalid preferable; willing to leave the c:ty. 460 Jackson st" SEWING — In private families by week; will work for 50c a day and board. V 77, Globe. SECOND WORK— Good girl wants second work and plain sewing, or chamber work in private family. Call 4CO Charles street. STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, by a young lady, position as a stenographer and typewriter; _can furnish bast of reference; will work cheap. V 68, Globe. STENOGRAPHER— Four years_' experience; references. Adress Sten., 397 Grove st STENOGRAPHER desires permanent position ; four years' experience; references, if de sired; moderate salary. Address Stenographer, 397 Grove st. SECOND WORK— A young lady wishes position as second girl, or waitress; best city references. Address 563 Beaumont st. WORK FOR BOARD— A girl in high school wishes a place to work either for room rent or for room and board. Address O 68, Globe. WASHING— WouId like to take In washing; prices reasonable, 306 Rice st, top floor, Flat 6. WASHING — Wanted, to go out washing and bousecleanlng. 387 Western ay., N, upstairs. YOUNG lady desires to learn vestmaking. Call or address 529 John at. YOUNG widow';' office work; competent and trustworthy; small salaro. N 78, Globe. Help Wanted— Females, 2O Words o r Leas, lOc. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework; two in faniilv 693 Marshall ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework; good wages. 482 Holly ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general housework. 1890 Marshall ay. HOUSEWORK— A good girl wanted for general housework. Apply GftS^Wabasha st ' HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework. Call at 796 Selby ay. HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, a girl to keep house for a young roan in country town- no _chlldren; good home ; J^tejage. Adaress_to H. Salzbrun, Sleepy Eye, Minn. LADIES, HAVE YOU HEARD OF IT?— Mrs.~Howard made ~ss97so~ lasTweek Mrs Beard made $400, besides attending to her household duties, selling Quaker Cabinets Any woman can make money by writing B. World Mfg. Co., (2) Cinciunati, O. WANTED— Educated, reflntd young lady companion and housekeeper fond of travel" ao complished in music; may go South in winter. Address B 63, Globe. WANTED— Competent girl to do first work In family of four; wages $16. Inquire at onca at 856 Dayton ay. WANTED— Experienced business woman as collector, over 25. Call 901 N. Y. Life. Agents and Agendas. 2O Words or Less, 2Oc. AGENTS— Either sex; something new; no competition; just patented; no oinvasiing. Send address on postal oaid to Ideal Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. Room 1. BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION ASSETS, $85C,0Q0; largest, strongest, best Minnesota, life company; wants capable -agents; gives producers every assistance. Address Doug las Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul. SOLICITORS wanted foX Harper & Bros.' subscription books in... combination with Harper's periodicals; high-class trade only; no deliveries or collections; exclusive ter ritory. Ask for Mr. Elliott at St. Paul Book and Stationery store, 10 to 12 a. m., or 2 to 5 p. m., today. WANTED, AGENTS— S7S ; per month and ex penses locating and superintending B'-t> cgents for the sale of the Hygienic Vapor Bath Cabinet. Particulars, address D. C. Burs-en & Co., Kansas City, Mp. AiMOuncgmsn? --2O Word* or Lexs, 2Oc. EXPERT ACCOUNTING. Opening and clos ing of books, preparing of statements, audit ing of bookkeepers' and cß3hlers" accounts; teims moderate. O. J. Hall. 193% East Third si. Business Chances. JJO "Words or Lean, 2Oe. FURNITURE AND GOOD WILL of ttn rooni lodging house; good location for board ing house; turniture nearly new; a bargain. O 99. Globe. FOR SALE— A good saloon in St. Paul. eH established, doing good business; purchaser must have not less than $2,000. Address N 73, Globe. TWO ROOMY houses of twelve and thirty rooms, centrally located, with all modem conveniences. Inquire People's Storage, Cor. Wabasha and Ninth sts. Financial. 2O Words or ii*ss, 2Oc. HOME MONEY to loan S good security at moderate rates, without charge for com mission, at the State Savings Bank, Ger mania Lite Bldg., 4th and Mlnn^ts. MONEY TO LOAN— IIO to $100 .on household furniture, pianos, etc.,>?withaut removal; loans can be paid in initallrisents ; private offices; confidential. Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.. 317 Pioneer Ptesa Building. MONEY loaned on life poSKdes; or bought. L. P. Van Norman. Guar. Bid*.. Minneapolis. ' : Tt 7i Horses and Carriages. 2O Words or lAkx, 2Oc FIVE CARLOADS of good; second-hand leg ging horses are on Barrett & Zimmerman's horse market, Minnesota "Transfer, St. Paul, and will be sold at any price; Investigate. FOR SALE— Horse, wagon and harness, cheap. 358 Minnesota st. HORSES— AiI kinds of horses constantly on . hand at G. W. Wentworth & Co's, South St. Paul. 100 HORSES FOR SALE at Kittsondale, con sisting of stallions, draft horses and colta from six months to five years old; these horses were bred and raied by the lat» Isaac Staples, of Stillwater, Minn.; if you want to buy a horse come and see them; they must be sold at osoa Hotels. 2O Words or Leas, 2Oc. WOIiKINGMEN'S HOME— AII new, remod eled, furnished; large reading and sitting rocm; a good, cheap homo for the winter Corner Eighth and Robert. [ HOTEL, IMPERIAL— New, remodeled, fur nished steam-neaied rooms, with all con veniences: cheap for the winter. 16 East Eighth, near Wabasha. Keusgs for ¥ml 2O Words or Le.SN, 2Oc. 918 JUNO— Cor. Milton— Seven-room house, city water, fa. Inqui;-e Room 4, Germania Life Bidg., 4th and Minn. sts. Rooms for Rent. 2O Word* or Less, lOe. AT HOTEL. FEY— Corner Cedar and Seventh — Steam-heated, furnished rooms, by day or week, single or en suite, at reasonable prices. FIFTH ST., 124 WEST— For rentT furnished front room with alcove; heated; suitab c for two gentlemen; $10 p?r month. NINTH ST., 19 EAST— For rent, furnished rooms; heat and bath, $4 and $"> per month; furnished rooms complete for housekeeping. Lost and Found. 2O Words or Lkmm, 2Oe. POCKETBOOK LOST — Pocketbook, black leather, containing postoffiee order made out to Gustave Schmidt; also §5 bill, cards _Mrs 1 Johnjßraee, 80 Western ay. WATCH LOST— Lady's gold watch, Thurs day afternoon, between Laurel and Far rington and Endloott arcade. Return 441 Selby ay.; reward, v Stores for Rent. 2O Wordi or Leas, 2Oc. 756 PAYNE AY.— Brick store with barn; fine location for grocer or dairy. 968 Payne Ay.— Brick store with living rooms behind. Inquire Room 4, Germania Life Blag. Professional. 2O Word* or I. cnm, 2Oc. DR. BETTY SCHMITT, Chiropodist, Scalp, Skin specialist. Mme. Simor gives treat ment for pimples and all ailments of the face. Room 204, over Yerxas 1 . instruction. 2O Words or Less, 2Oc. PIANO pupils given first-class instruction; beginners a specialty; Mason method and Virgil table work; satisfaction guaranteed. Address O 85. Globe. THOROUGH Instruction on the piano given to beginners; terms JlO per Quarter— twenty lessons, of one hour each. Address 'V 85, Glooe. For Sale. 2O 'Words or Leas, SOo. BUY STOVES EARLY; you save from 10 to 25 per rent; large line of new and second band. Cardozo I'urniture and Exchange Co., SUZ East Seventh Bt- EJHJETC ■ J Advertisements under tnis classification < K"iPiPB- ■ B itkEa ■ C free to t/»a unamploja.l «/ ' .*;. faul S ■^■fi^^iP ' ACCOUNTANT— By a competent, experienced double-entry bookkeeper with rhanea for advancement; majr^^jteady^trust worthy, good recommendationa N 77. Globe" a £rt^° ii M, < a l^g wrlter: <*^*~^™™- a. j. Ein^^: tj^jffi^. v, xp i?in? a'^hft g^f"* 7 * wul do >ay ""^ ELEVATOR man, 20 yeara old, wanta work; references. Address 139 Bast TentlTst! BOY, 17 yeara_o'.d ; has_experlenee_ln delivery, etc. Address 335 Pleasant ay BOOKKEEPER, stenographer and cashier; references. N 80. Globe! ' BOOKKEEPER-A1 bill clerk or assista^^^kk^n^^ftni^^H^n f}~ n]fthr ' BOOKKEEPER— Experlenced_man ; salary no object. N 82, Globed SOY 17 wanfa^ to learn printing trate. g."1«., W St. Anthony «VT " "™" COACHMAN wants a situation to care for horses and harness; is a carorul driver ani an honest and trustworthy man.__ Fred Robbius. 348 h'pnt st c "oiui arl\er, and COACHMAN— Wanted, by middle-aged man. a situation" as Coachman; wi'l guarantee the best of satisfaction. Address Thomas Jonej. n West Fourth st. guarantee tne COACHMAN— Competent; is a handy man around house, and rarsful driver -""honest ard _t£n^rate^jchjbest_of referepces. Addreag Coachman, 702 Burr st. ' noneßt a™ COACHMAN— Young; best care to horses and carriages and jtarnessi C 19 Rlnhe. COACHMAN— Wanted, situation as coaeUman. M. Keinz, 557 Farrington ay] ' COOK— Wanted, a position as cook or baker in lumber camp, by an A No 1 nmn "aiT dress 19 Eaat Ninth st., William Melshelmer, St. Paul. COOK-Flrat-claM moat and paltry cook; hotel or restanrant. M 89, Globe. 2^ K Zl!L i ri t :': IJ:gg..1 J:gg..E ca Lgg2 k _^ or ho - el : pes t of referelices. X ft, Globe. " " COOK— Experienced family cook; have good city references. 893 De Soto~^u CLERK— Wanted, position, clerk in department store. O 97. Globe] ' ' ELEVATOR MAN— Young; experienced; aaUa factio^n^AddregTT"!. H., 474 Edmund st.~ ENGINEER or fireman; or any place of trust; references.~^ddressV^."s4J lYdar *T BOY. 17 yeara old; work of any kind; experienca lnd^livfry^tc. Ad 1 G^beT" EMPLOYMENT-Educaled young man would like position to- the winter- any kind o~f light work; best of city references. Address 339 East Sixth st. w "" tr . *"/ K'»a or EMPLOYMENT— Young man would like offloe work. Addreaa X O. Otoha ' Q^^Ser OL 5£^ < T t 9 ni^: W9n "^^ fa «n ~>"~»< •** *»pp^ °a w Ad R d^s Vf L n i 06 wbere there la a nee OFFICE WORK— Steady, honest young man. twenty-two, desires Doslti^r~!n~T«^ 1 stock: can give best of city references. Adjresg F 83. Globe P° sit 'on la office or PRACTICAL AGRICULTURIST, general stoolc and dairy~m7n hnai., o . m . ried. would like some position of trust._W. JC^.^angor Wis! bu sin,=ss nun, iv.ar- SITUATION wanted by a young reliable man, as Janitor~oTany other~kT.^"7r"wn"rU 1 afraid of work. Address W P 27, Globe. y r X " a of work: n -t SOJ^^TOR-W^n^sJ^t^n^j.fflc^^^ STATIONARY BNGINEE-R wishes a position in or around Srr«atb •- d I,k ■„ . 7Z lr^^T^lo^d-a~ountant; good refer". STENOGRAPHER, capable of filling _any_po 3 ltlon. Address N 75. olobe" ' g !Sf *jjg£ ffVff jyfcflßg^ at -riTior hotel or r^^T- """^^ """• t0 "° rk hotel] YOUNG man employed during the day in wholesale h«.~. -~.» ■« ■ Jng L Jurtag^he^oJtda^_Ad^«_^aj^n_^oti..c. 3J«-a4B 3ibl?-> st cUy y Y S° £&?,• gogg,?.'^ yjf o'X 31 "^"^ forT^ winter; wluinTte doVny"- Help Wanted-Malas. 2O Wordu o r Lena, 100. PARBEg— First-elaas man to take interest In shop. 52 Germanla Life B'dg. BOOKKEEPER— Good [bookkeeper wanttd for Dulu-.h rr!inufactiirlng~nTant7 must b-com« _financially interested; salary. Address Rooni_2^_German-Ame; ican iiaiik Uldg FOR MINNKSOTA, a chie-f organizer frr the Ancient Order of Amorcani; the ■nit mdb' ular and progressive beneficiary order In America; rnuewal lntero-,t Kiven t.> , m i,» if organizer*. Addreta Col. W. aparling, 703 kaln t. Llttto Rock, .\vk-..»m. SELECT Wisconsin Maple, 55.15 per coid; Birch, $4; Oak, H.S; two torn i^w »Wi i^ _wh!!e unloading. F. K. Salisbury, 579 Lafayette a y. TeL H67 ' * STONECUTTERS— Wanted, thirty stonecutters, both day and piece work- wlni«r'n ~i7h" Minnesota Sandstone Co.. Sand-stone. Minn. ' wlnter 8 J- 0 - TAlLOß— Wanted, at once, a good general tailor by E. Hesse, Le Sueur,~Minir " ' WANTED— lnventions to patent and market; long experienced "patent attorney _American Patent Market and Novelty Works. St. Paul. Minn. attorney. -O \V(ii*(]m or I. chs, 2Oe. tion — I will sell at public auction in the salesroom, Nos. 419 and 421 Jackson fit., on Saturday, Nov. 5, at 30 a. m., a $5,0'J0.00 stock of furniture and carpets, consisting of elegant bedroom suits, flue sideboards, combination secretaries, fancy parlor writ ing desks, extension tab'.es, 130 dining 1 oom chairs, high chairs, center tables, 2.">0 fancy rockers and easy chairs, 25 iron beds, 21 .mattresses, springs, pillow*, comfortables; over 3,000 yards of misfit carpets, Smyrna rugs, art squares, lace curtains, porti.r m, etc. I will also sell at the same time and place the balance of the Summit ay. resi dence consisting of all the carpct3, one Garland cooking range, one gas rang?, gaa heater, fancy center tables, wardrobes, up right folding bed, elegant dressers and iron beds. To parties looking for bargains in new or second-hand furniture this Is a great opportunity to get bargains. You make the price; you g?t the goods regardless of pric€«. A. G. Johnson. Auctioneer. N. B. — Sale all day, but try to come in the morning. * Personal, 2O Worda or Lena, 2Oc. BLOOD poisoning, primary, secondary and tertiary, colored spots, mucous patches in mouth, ulcers and sores. Guaranteed per manent cure. Universal Vitalln* Co., Box H, Hammond, Ind. LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR; never fails; send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard. Wilcox Med. C0..Dppt.146. Philadelpnia. Pa. Board Offered. 2O Words or Lena, lOc. BOARD — For rent, furnished room, with good board.; $3.50 per week; nice location. 652 Wabasha et. BOARD — Nicely furnished room, steam heat, bath and gas, with good table board. 21 Eas-t Tenth, st. BOARD— Furnished frc-nt room and alcove, steam heat, bath and gas; back parlor steam heated; centrally located; opposite state cap itol. 19 Eaat Tenth. Medical. * Twenty Words or Lean. 3Oc. SCIENTIFIC MAS3AGlST— Medicated . va por, tub baths and magnetic healing. 77 East Seventh, Suite 200. ANNA MACK, from Chicago; steam, tub, medicated baths; select massage; profes sional operators. 186 East Seventh at DR. . STELLA FREMONT— SeIect masiiagel vapor, electric and sponge baths. Hours, 9to 9. Room 4, 165 Ea3t Seventh st., corner Jackeon. Chiropodists. 2O Worda or Leas, 2Oc. LOCKWOOD'S Good Luck Salve; best thng tor sore foet;all druggists ;eaUiba--h<;d 16 jr*. Horigage Sales M(ir(«r.Kv Xulo. DEFAULT HAVING UEEN KADH IX TUB vent of the sum of Klghty-nfne and 69-100 (59.69) Dollars, which is Maimed to b" due at the date 01 this notice, upon . ceri .", mortgage, duly executed and d, i:vero,i by Walter Hewirt (an unmarried nan) o f ,|, e h!, ty ? f £"■ . P; ' Ul ' Ranm ' v County, Minne sota, to bred s. Gardner, of Ha-rlngs Min nesota, bearing dale tho lf.th day of De cember A 1). tm, mtt duly recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds in and for the County of Ramsey, state of Minnesota on the IMb. day of December, a. d. HW. at three o'clock P. M.. In ?. wk . 27M ot Mortgages, on pages 522. 523. 024, dL'5 and 52'J, and said mortgage was duly assigned by aaid Fred 8. Gardner 10 Charles M. Trench, of Cook County, Illinois by an instrument in writing, bearing data January i -iili. 1895, which assignment was» duly recorded In the office of tho Register of Deeds in and for Ramsey County, Minne sota, on the 15th duy of January. 1896, at 12:30 o'clock P. M.. In Book 37 of Ass la ments, on page 2«9. s And, whereas, an action at law was here tofore i- .mm' Deed upon the indebtedness se cured by said mortgage In the District Court in and for the County of Raruaev, and State of Minnesota, and judgment was duly had and recovered in s;.id action by said Charles M French, and against said Walter Hewitt fur the sum 'of One Thousand Six Hundred Forty two and 21-100 (1642.21) Dollars, and prior to the date hereof an execution was duly issued out of said Court to the Sheriff of Ramsey County. Minn«s«ta. and said execution him prior to this date been duly returned Into court unmtisfled to the extent of the sum or E'.ghty-nine and 09-ICO (59.69) Dollar!, and co part of said buiu of Eighty-nine and 69- 1 CO (59.69) Dollars has ever b»en uaid. Now. Therefore, notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of the i>ower of sala contained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in sue.i case mode and provided the stUd mortgage will be foreclosed, and said premises dosrr:V>ed in and covered by said mortgage to-wlt: That piece or parrel of land situate In the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota. and known and described as follows, to-wit: The East one-half (E Vi) of the North one half (N V 2) of Block Twenty-one (21) of L*fond's Addition to St. Paul, a-eordlng to the recorded plat thereof on file and of record In the office of the Register of Dqg-Js in and for said Ramsey County, State of Minne sota, together with the her«*itani»n's and ap purtenancee thereunto belonging, will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt, and interest thereon to the date of eaid sale, and the sum of Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) Attorney's fees, stipulated in and by said mortgage lv case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law, which sale will be mada by the Sheriff of said Ramsey County, at the Fourth Street Front Entrance of the Court House, in the City of St. Paul, in slid Ramsey Couuty and State of Minnesota, on the 20ti day of December. A. D. ISi'S. at ten o'clock A. M\, of that day. subject to redemption at any time within one year from the data of sale, as pro- Tided by law. Dated November Ist. 1898. CHARLES M. FRENCH, Assignee of Mortgages, A^ E. Boyeseo, and Mclaughlin ft Boyee^n, - for Assignee of Mortgage*. t Pr«ss Rldg.. Si. Paul, Minnesota*. 7