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CASTORIA Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought lias t>orno the signa ture of Chas. 11. Fletcher, aud has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations "and Substitutes are but Experiments, and endanger the health of Children — Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years, THI C.NTAUH COMPANY. TT MURRAY •TRCCT. NCW YOUR CITY. The G.oba's Minneapolis Offloe for Subscriptions, Minneapolis Book Exchange -.20 Washington Ay. South. SAPBAGGERS BUSY THREE MEN IN MASKS ACTIVE ON THE STREETS OF MIN NEAPOLIS THE PLUNDER NOT EXTENSIVE Watches Secured in a Few Cases and Small Snnis of Money, bat Xo Large Reward Church 'Without . a Creed Increases Its Membership by Baptisms ln a Barbershop Plum;.' Minneapolis News. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. I.—Highway men -wound up the old year by getting ln a little work. Patrick Mo'en, 1601 Fifth street south, was met at Park and Franklin avenues by three sus picious-looking men who "poked a re volver into his face and demanded his valuables. Patrick showed fight and for his pains he was knocked down, and his head was badly cut up by the butt end of the gun. which was used a.* a club. After beating their victim. tba robbers relieved ; Moen of a gold wa.tich and $-1 in silver. The police, tpok Moe-n to the city hospital, where '.his iyriunils' were sewed up. Hia Injuries ar£ " not serious. ■ The same bad trio held up a butler ln the employ of F. A. Peavy. This hold-up occured. in the s^me- neighbor hood, and shortly after the other. .The robbers went through their Victim's pocj^ei^, but failed to secure At* y money .or valuables. " The ""victim's name was not reported to the police. A. D. Me^, gas inspector, Nvas a victim of thff-Tandbag. Three me__-met him on Park avenue, between Ele.it> teenth and Nineteenth streets, Satur flffiy nlgfht. They ran cut at him from a dark place in the street and felled him to the ground with a blow from a sandbag over the eye. They search ed his pockets and located a silver watch besides $7 In cash. They kept the money, but were considerate. Mr. Meeds requested them not to take tha watch. He had had it a long time and valued it highly as a relic. After a consultation, the footpads returned it to him. Charles Erickson. 2600 Thirteenth avenue south, was the next victim. He was met by the footpads in the same neighborhood, about five minutes aftsr the episode which happened to Mr. Meeds. The highwaymen made use of a gun and frightened their victim into handing over to them $4.50. After hold ing a consultation they considerately returned a half-dollar to Mr. Erick son. Frank Kline, 2019 Twenty -flrst ave nue south, lost a silver watch by rea son of his experience with the bold thugs. Charles Cross, who encountered the knijrhts of the sandbag, near Twenty-fourth street and Minnehaha, paid as tribute two gold watches, but the robbers found no money on him. CHRISTIANS -WITHOUT CREED. Band of Believers Increased by lin i-.irrslon in a Barber Shop. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. I.— A band of Christ ians that has no ordained minister and dis claims having any church organization or ad herence to any creed had its numbers in creased yesterday afternoon by baptism in the swimming pool in the basement of the Lumber exchange. Eight men, women and children were Immersed in accordance with the form of primitive Christianity. Services were held before the baptisms In the barber shop of H. L. Turner, who gave the band. of Christians the use of his shop and bath room apartments for the services, which included the baptism. The members of the band and the spectators present numbered twenty-nine. The services were simple. "We have no creed and are simply a band of believers ln the followers of the Savior," said W. A. Upton, who conducted the services. "Baptism ls not essential to salvation, but we believe in bap tism as an evidence of being saved. Immersion ls the only true form of baptism according to our belief." Exiiosed to Diphtheria. MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. I.— The five-year-old daughter of Frank Wlllman, 1526 Fifth street south, died today. As a regular physician LaGrippe Have you nad it? If not, be prepared, for it is here. You needn't dread the dis ease so much as the suf fering afterwards. Why have it ? 'Tis the weak, nervous, pale and thin who suffer most. Scott's Emulsion corrects these conditions. It gives strength and stability and the strong throw off the disease. 'Twill lift you out of that terrible depression which IOIIOWS. All druggists, 50c. and $1.00. I had aot attended the child, the coroner had to be called upon to issue a death certificate. Coroner Dennis held a postmortem exam ination, which showed tlwtt death had been caused by diphtheria. The child had been sick three or four days; the house had not been quarantined, and the neighborhood had . been exposed to the danger. The child had been ln the charge of Christian Scientists. MINNEAPOLIS BREVITIES. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. I.— Hiram Bolton, a resident of Minneapolis for twenty years, died at the advanced age of nldrty-one years this morning at the home of his son, B. O. Bolton, 2722 Third street north. William B. Nelsa-n was taiken Into custody tcday on a warrant sworn out by his wife, Hattle A. Nelson. She alleges that Dec. 13 her husband threatened to kill her. The roof of a diwelltog at 3011 Grand ave nue caught fire this afternoon and was dam aged to the extent of $2(10. A defective chim ney five is supposed to have been responsible. A dwelling house on Cedar lake road, near Superior avenue, v>as totally destroyed by fire early this morning. STILLWATER. Mrs. Botrden Dead From the Effects of Grip— Fax ewe 11 Sermon. 9TIH.WATIBR, Mtan., -Jan. I.— (Special..— Mrs. Nancy G. Borden, who has resided on. a farm just north of the county farm slttca 1856, died last evening from the effects of the grip. Sbe was seventy-sly years of .age and was well -known. She Is survived by three children. . iPJ_e funeral will be -hftftX, at 1 o'clock next Tuesday and the !n --term*Dt will cccur at Falrviefw cemetery. *■*"•}.■ J. .H. Albert-, for many years pastor of Grace Congregational church and alsj chaplain a>t < the prison, preached -his fare well sermons 'at the prison and church this morning and will leave in a few days for hf» new fl«ld of labor, at SedaHa, JMo. New Year's *wlli he observed at the prison tomorrow forenoon with appropriate exer cises. The tearing of the Staples will contest will be resumed In the district court at noon next Tuesday, when the cross-examination of Mrs; Angelina Hover wild be resumed. The Northwest BIG DAMAGE SUITS. Mankato Citizens' Telephone Com pany Is the Defendant. MANKATO, Minn., Jan. I.— As New Year's gifts It is quite likely that the Mankato Citizens' Telephone company and H. B. Kellogg, the contractor *ho is putting in the plant for that corpo- ; ration, will be presented with suits &g~-' gregating $17,000. It is learned that Walter Vosbeck. the boy who was In jured by having his hands caughts in a pully attached to a pole owned by the telephone company, will sue through his father, George Vosbeck, for $15,000. ,Mrs. Julia Vosbeck, the mother, who received injuries at the same time the boy was hurt, will name $2,000 as. the sum in her complaint. At the annual meeting of the Cliris tlan Endeavor society, of the Welsh denomination, the following officers were elected: President, Levi Jones, of Bristol Grove; vice president, John C. Roberts, of Lime Springs; correspond ing ?ecretary, Hiram Lloyd, of Lake Crystal; recording secretry, W. .O. Hughes, of Lake Crystal; treasurer, B. G. Roberts, Lake Crystal. HORTICI*I_TURAI_ISTS» ANNUAL Will Be Held in Spring Valley oa Jan. 18 and 10. SPIRING VALLEY, Minn., Jan. I.— The sixth annual meeting of the South ern Minnesota Horticultural society will be held at Spring Valley, Wednes day and Thursday, Jan. 18 and 19. The society covers Mower. Fillmore and Freeborn counties. On the excellent programme which has been prepare^ for the occasion Jonathan Freeman, of Moscow, is down fojr an address Wednesday moaning on "The Hor ticulturist a» Public Benefactor;" Clarence Wetfee, Wednesday aft ernoon. "The Id'eaV* Winter;" A W. Manses.. ■• Thursday morn ing, "Strawbert-fe*- asPT Them " Mr. Wedge will also deliver the re sponse to the address of welcome. Estates Are Tangled. CROOKSTON, Minn., Jan. 1.-Judge of Pro bate Hagen lias discovered that in order to make a settlement in the Estate qLJngeborg 01 , S ,? n 'x2 Ye °^ er estatea have to beTrobatef Ingeborg Olson died some ten years ago Sfe a , homes /cad near Fosston „pSi which final proof had not been made. There were eight heirs to the estate and final proof £t 8 .K Ub £ c ? Uent fe. made u P° n ""> homestead »„„ f J? 8 matter was never settled and since then five of the heirs have died ?L»° U fn Se h» th ;?. pon -2 nß . of th . 6 deceased heirs ?hi« c-e -f to . b f K dlßpose(l of . an«l to accomplish this it will be necessary to appoint admlnis .trators and probate five different estates. Election at Sleepy Eye. SL_BEPY EYE, Minn., Jan. I.— The mv nlcipal election will be held here tomorrow" There ls but one ticket In the field, which is as follows: President, J. Palmer; councillors Hans Morgenson, A. Steffen, Andrew Glati gorey; recorder, George Qlottbooh; treasurer .Lars Mogenson; assessor, M. Frantz- Justice' P. Oeshwlnd; street commissioner, ble j 0 r gensen. B. B. Hicks has been unanimously In dorsed as chief of police. All Bat One Renolminated. ORTONVILLE. Minn., Jan. 1.-The follow ing ticket has been placed in nomination by the citizens for the city offices: Mayor F M Geier; trustees. Dr. Charles Bolsta,' Gust Lindgren and Andrew Becwar; recorder, ™f_, f 8 .ii H * Keith; treasurer. N. G. Anderson This will return the present officials with the exception of Mr. Becwar. Winnebago Curlers Organize. WINNEBAGO CITY, Minn., Jan 1 — Tha ! Winnebago City Curling club has been or i ganized and already has a large membership The officers elected are: Dr. W. S. Fuller ton, president; M. A. Alvey, vice president; F. G. Wasgatt, secretary; J. N. Knutson, treasurer. NORTHWEST NEWS NOTES. WINDOM, Minn., Jan. I.— A Christian En deavor union has been organized here, with the following officers: Fred Frey, pres.dent; Jessie Trowbridge, corresponding secretary and treasurer. The flrst meeting was held to night. HAL.LOCK, Minn., Jan. I.— The farmers ot Hallock vicinity will hold a meeting at tha city hall Thursday, Jan. 5, for the purp se of discussing the advisability ot building a farmers' elevator. IMADEUIA. Minn., Jan. I.— At their last election Columbus court, Catholic Order of Foresters, choose the following officers: C. R.. J. P. Hale; V. R., F. Hodapp; recording secretary, M. D. Kratz: financial secretary, Nick "VVirtz; treasurer, Joseph Keber; S. C, J. E. Orogan; J. C, P. Gillespie; J. S., F. Barrett; 0. S., D. Griffln; chaplain, Rev. M. J. Holper; trustees, J. Griffln, A. Hilleshelm, Peter King. The open installation of the newly elected officers occurs next Tuesday. PARK RAPIDS, Minn , Jan. I.— At a busi ness meeting of the Congregational church it was decided to extend a call to Rev. H. A. Cotton, ai_d it is expected he will be the pas tor of the churches at Park Rapids, Dorset and Akeley for the ensuing year. OWATONNA, Minn., Jan. I.— At the an nual meeting of the Ladles' Aid Society of the Congregational church, held recently, with Mrs. Joseph Dietz, the following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Frank Grove; treasurer, Mrs. J. W. &tultz; secretary, Mrs. S, S. Thomas; board of di rectors, Mesdames Frank Grove, John Smith, Henry Winshlp, Webb Boice, 0. Josten, A. E. Hotchkiss, C. G. King. THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn., Jan. I.— Emil E. Zeh" and Miss Delia B. Forder were united in marriage last night ln the presence of a few friends at the residence of the bride's parents. Both are well known young people in this county. LE ROY, Minn., Jan. I.— The Modern Broth erhood of America have elected the following officers for 18&9: H. J. Brown, president; W. S. Well, vice president; B. A. Hardeti. sec retary; E. Diddams Jr., treasurer; Frank Myers, chaplain; Charles Howe, conductor; S. White, watchman; C. M. Kasson, sentry; A. E. Henalin, physician; B. A. Harden, dele gate. THE DATE LINE. It Follows a Devloon Route Through the Pacific Ocean. From the New York Sun. A mapmaker asks the Sun If the date line, or the imaginary line drawn to mark the change in the calendar day required of circumnavigators of the globe, follows the 180 th meridian. He adds that he has been unable to find the date line on any map. The date line does not follow the 180 th or any other meridian for its en tire course, but takes a somewhat devious route through the Pacific. It is strange that It is shown on so very few maps of the world,. The reasons why a crooked course was given to it and why it was placed in the Pacific are interesting and easily understood. Suppose the date line had been run through our country on the meridian of Chicago. Tn that case, when it was Monday in New York, Cleveland and Indianapolis it would be Tuesday all the way from Chicago to San Fran cisco and' out on the Pacific. Of course that would be a serious business in convenience. It is evident that the date line should not pass through any continents. It is practically a neces sity that such a line had to be fixed somewhere, but it obviously had to run through an ocean. It should not pass through the At lantic ocean, because, in that case, when it "was Monday in London, Paris and Hamburg it would be Tuesday in the United States; and this would be Inconvenient In regions that have such enormous interests in common and are so closely united by telegraphs and cables. The best place for the date line was in. the Paciflc ocean. If. we follow the line through the Paciflc we shall observe that the. ideas above ex pressed have had due weight ln mark ing its course. Passing- thrpugh the middle of the Bering strait the . line suddenly turns to the southwest till it reaches 170 de gree -east longitude. ' In/f this. ~,ytx\y Bering Island and the entire Aleutian chain, all a part of North America, are kept on the American side of the line. When it is Monday in New York ft is also Monday in Attu, our most Western American possession. Then the Ifne sweeps eastward again and follows the 180 th meridian far sduth fill it reaches the neighborhood of the Fiji islands. As this group and other islands round about belong to Great Britain, and are closely united in business relations with New Zea land and Australia, the line takes a wide sweep to the east so as td give them all the same calendar day. It then returns to the 180 th meridian, which it follows to the Antarctic. The annexation of the Philippines, which lie sixty degrees beyond the 180 th meridian going west, makes It incum bent on all Americans to know every thing about the date line. ROMAN WEALTH AND WASTE. Pearls Dissolved ln Wine— A. Relay of Dinners for Mark Antony. From the St. Nicholas. "The pearl which Cleopatra drank to Antony's health was valued at nearly $400,000, so at one mouthful she dispos ed of as much as the cost of Caligula's supper. I suppose that was the most valuable pearl we have any knowledge of; though Julius Caesar owned one worth $250,000, which he gave to the mother of Brutus— the same Brutus who afterward helped to kill Caesar. Pearls seem to have held out particu lar temptations to people who took pleasure in wasteful follies — perhaps because no other jewel could be so eas ily swallowed. "Cleopatra's prank was not the first of its kind. The same absurdity had been committed by a silly fellow in Rome named Aesop — not ycur favorite fable teller, for he lived centuries ear lier, and was a very wise man. The Roman Aesop was the son of a rich actor, and, just to make himself talked about, he took a pearl from the ear drop of Caecilia, the wife of the tyrant Sylla, and, according to writers of that age, drank It ln vinegar. I believe that the possibility of dissolving this kind of gem is disputed by many modern authorities, but the ancients appear to have had no doubt on the subject, for the instances recorded by them were numerous, and were attested by men of scientific standing. A Jananese nat uralist, who has studied pearls mi nutely, states that he has found them of such various quality and structure that the existence of specimens which might be melted does not seem to him inconceivable. But whether Aesop liquefied his pearl or not, the perform ance certainly cost him a sum equiva lent to $40,000— quite enough, though nothing in comparison with what Cleo patra squandered. Hers was the wild est piece of extravagance that I can recall. "It was the fashion to be extravagant then. Mark Antony was not far behind the Egyptian queen ln that respect, though his fancy was not for beverages flavored by trinkets. Substantial food was more in his line. A visitor who once went into the kitchen of his palace in Alexandria saw eight wild boars roasting at the same time, and thought there must be an immense number of guests expected; but the cook told him only twelve persons would dine that day, and the reason of the extensive preparation was that no one could say exactly when Antony would go to the table. But whenever he gave the signai the meat must be just in proper condi tion at that moment. So It was the rule to get ready a series of dinners, THERE IS A CLASS OF PEOPLE Who are injured by ths use of coffee Re cently there has been placed ln all the _rro eery stores a new preparation called ORAIN- O made of pure grains, the* takes thelikoe of coffee. Th* most delicate BtomMh re f*.', v *S U lt >°Jf t aiftreie and but few caa tell it from «»tfee. it do*, ftp. cost over 14 i* much. Children may drink U with great THE St. PAUL "<BtQB'&— MONDAY JANUARY 2, 1899. overlapping one another, ydu might say, at intervals of fif teen or twenty minutes. Only one ccmld be -eaten, and the rest were wasted; but the waste did not matter. Antony was never kept waiting, and that, in his opinion, was the thirig^to be consider ed'" *"* PROSPEROUS tMiBEE HALL The Multitudinous Life of Londoa'i Great S«'U.l«*i.»on_. From the London News:^ ~ The parent "settlement"— that of Toynbee hall— has just put out its four teenth annual report it gives a very interesting and vivid, .account of the multifarious life of^thir place— its ac tivity in the public affairs of the neigh borhood; its picture 1 exhibitions (now developed Into a permanent art gal lery); its lectures, cfosses, laboratories, studios, club rooms. J (s students' resi dences (the nucleus, perhaps, of resi dential colleges In the future London university); its "smoking debates" (whereat, by the way, the doctrines and formulae of abstract socialism are noticed as monotonously familiar); Its students' library (lately enriched by some "Kelmscott" gifts from Mrs. William Morris, in memory of her hus band); its travelers' club (which has done excellent work Jn expanding the horizon of school teachers and others); and, finally, its learned societies, its social clubs, its concerts and parties. In the midst, however, of all this social beehive, two general points stand out in the report. One is, as the warden puts it, that the settlement has "no policy — political, social or sec tarian." The resl^nts represent all shades of opinion. Secondly, Canon Barnett insists that the essential virtue of a settlement resides neither in any of its activities nor.ln the aggregate of them -all, but rather in the mutual knowledge of rich and poor which it promotes. If this idea Were more clear ly seized the number of residents and associates from the universities and elsewhere would greatly increase at Toynbee hall and at other institutions like it. The settlement welcomes not merely enthusiasts and missionaries, but all men of good faith who have a sympathetic desire to learn something at flrst hand of the realities of life as it is lived by the people of London. Turtle Came Back. It ls a superstitition of some importance among the Chinese that he who saves a turtle by purchase and jalj.c^ys It to go free upon the sea will enjoy good fortune. In accordance with this iHraofcice, a wealthy Macaoan bought a turtle-"thir mprning from a Malay fisherman, who "Sid taught it in his fishing stakes off Taifloifg l Tokong. The price was 5 dols. ThaamilCjiaser proceeded to scrape the back oflßielrturtle, so as to prepare an even surface -for his name to be engraved upon th'e.^Bhety, when, he dis covered his name already, [ppgraved on the animal's back, and then remembered he had made a consignm«__!it. lo the, sea some few months before. The turtle was, there fore, his own property, and- he at once pur sued the Malay and demanded a return of the 5 dols. The fisherman declined, and the Ma caoan was obliged to co-fIJ-iitfhimself with the recovery of the turtle, which he forthwith, in his rage, proceeded 16 kill, as being the cause of a loss to him of;s -dols.— Pinang Ga zette. « * - • ** Naked Pata^o&ians. Hundreds of naked ttktafkonians, begging for tobacco, clothing a'dtr whisky, were met with in the Straits of Magellan by the Brit ish steamship Blanefleld. which arrived yes terday from Carrizal, Chill, with 5,375 tons of manganese ore. The boats that came alongside of the steamer were made from the trunks of large trees, with bulwarks of bark, and contained men, women and children. Despite the extreinefy cojd Weather, nouo wore clothing except a few of the men, whom the master of tho ->. Blanefleld believes were the chiefs of the different tribes. They wore, hatSJand. coats, but-,no trousers,—Kill adelfcffitf Record. -■•■ ' ?!#£ I Peculiar PennsyLvanla.rDlHh. Crumb pie is a local dish peculiar to East ern Pennsylvania. It is offered at breakfast as a substitute for hot bread. As'.-lts -name indicates, it is a kind ot pastry, and is a compound of shortening, flour and .sugar In i its p.rei»ray<ii»...tJtese*felenj«)*ihi* strtftflßed or picked together, the r.s'irtt kttpt baking be ing a crisp,- flaky ple'mifrci. Wore toothsome, according to those who haye partaken of It, than the description sugggits. : tfra. Wlnslow's Soo tiling syrup Bas been U3od for over flty years by mUtlonj Of mothers for their children while teething, wltfc perfect nucoesa. It soothes the child, sofUng- the gums, allays all pain ; cures wind colic, and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea, Sold by Druggist ■ ln every part of the" world. Be sure and ask for " Hn. wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ne other kind. Twenty -fl* > cent* a kottle. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST. List of Unclaimed Letters Rentals. ins in the PostotAee, 3t. Paul, Jan. 2, Free delivery of letters by carriers at tha residence of owners may be secured by ob serving the following rules: Direct plainly to the street and number of the house. Head letters with the" Writer's full address, including street and number, .and request an* swers to be directed acpordfcgly. Letters to strangers oxf transient visitors In the city, whose special address may be un known, should be marked:*, the left-hand corner "Transient." This will prevent their being delivered to persons of the same or similar names. Persons calling for letters ln this list will please Bay they are advertised, otherwise they will not receive them. —Robert A. Smith, , Postmaster. Albright, Prank. Knutson, Cjus. American Heave Pow- Krautteir, Frank. der 00. Krieser, Mrs. William. Ames, H. O. K*3<hle, Peter. Anderson, Archibald. Andersen., Mies Jo- Larsen, Lyle B. hanna. Laahlifgen, Aften. Arnold, E. Lasage, Willie. Landen, Miss Mabel. ■Bacfh, W. H. Lewis, Mls3 Marion. Bailey, Mrs. J. B. Link, Henry. Baugh, Miss, Lushes, Rev. Mr. L. 77 Summit Aye. Beeman, Prof. W. L. McCauley, Phillip Belish, Louis. McKinoie, Capt. G. Bernett & Jlnkson. McMillan, J. B. Best, Mrs. P. Merrill. McMullin, Mrs. K. Bicknell, Miss Minnie McThirston, Mrs. May „,?• Magin, WiHia.m B. Blly, Mike. Mahoney, Miss Mollie. Bloom, Dr. Will. Miller. Mr., Bcstedo, Charles. Iglehaat St. Bradfleld, Oliver E. Miller, Mrs. battle S. Brlchler, Miss Mabel. Miller. Mllse Kate Briggs, Mies Ruth. Muller, Michael. Brine, Mrs. Lena. Mitchell, Miss Anna. Blocker, Miss J. M. Mollnor, Jno. Brown. Frank, Mon, Rev. S. 313 Carroll St. . Moore, John A. Brown, G. W. Moore, J. W. Brown, J., Moran, Mra. 458 Sherburne Aye. Morren, L. Broesart, Theode. Moss. Mra. A. Bucchaird, Joseph B. Murphy, Mr. Brudwm, Chas. Burnett, Misa Rose; Nelson, Mies Helma. Butter, Patrick. Nofrie Bros., Buttrick, Mrs. C. H. Hdwa North 9tar Soap Co. Callahan, Mr*. J. W. Northwestern Loan Gampble, John. Co. Card, Howard. ~gfc|T"-- darter. W. C. M. O'BonS-1. M. Gary. Mra. Winnie. Of»ts,i.!F. F. Clark, Wm. Ojesoir. S. A. Coatee, MUss Oadle. O^fcorn, B. F. I. Collins, Jerry, OMfii Miss Chri»tine Btl East 9t. : * Ooltnsky, Augrust. Parker, Chas. Q. Commercial Collection PWfk«B Harry. „Co- Pttrket, Mm. Wm. Coydra. Ed. Paul. Haiggart ft Paul. Onaig. David. Petera, A. C. Craighill, W. a Peter, Miss Tony. Crowell, A. C. Pefersftn, Daniel. Ourrte. J. M. Petersen, N. W. Curtiss, Wm. 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Paul Ada- SO words or less lOe Out-of-Town Ads— SO words or less 20c Board Wanted— 2o words or less lOc. Board Offered— SO Worda or less 10c. For Bcnt,Roomi- 20 words or less 100 'Wanted, Rooms— 2o words or less 10c Agents and Agencies 20 words or less 20c Auction Sales 20 words or less 200 Business Chances 20 words or less 200 Business Personals 20 words or less 20c Cblropodlsts 20 words or less 20c Clairvoyants 20 words or less 30c Dyeing and Cleaning 20 words or lass 20c Farm Lands 20 words or less 20c Financial 20 words or less 20. |or Rent, Houses 20 words or less 20c For Rent, Store. 20 words or less 200 For Rent, Flats ie words or less 20c *or gale. Miscellaneous. .20 words or less 20c For Sale— R«al Estate.... 2o words or less 30c Horses and Carriages 20 words or less 20c J lO ' 618 20 words or less 200 Instruction 20 words or leas 200 £ost and Pound 20 words or less 200 *L a ?J** e JO words or less UU "f" 10 * 1 20 words or leas 30c Miscellaneous 20 words or less 200 S 0 ™ 0^ 20 words or less 20c Efsooal 20 words or less SOo Professional 20 wor4s or leM 200 Storage j» words or lass 80c Wanted to Buy 20 words or lass 20c Wanted to Exchange 20 wrds or leas 20c Situations Wanttd--Ma.es Anybody out of work in St. Paul or Mtn neapMis may insert an advertisement under this heading free of charge. BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, situation as book keeper; man of experience; double or slnela entry. M 62, Globe. COLLECTOR—Wanted, position ln offloe, or as co-lactor. by youmg man weM acquainted In city. Address L 70, Globe. CLERK— Wanted, position as clerk ln rall road or other office by competent man of ta-mperate halblts. L 60, Gldbe. • COACHMAN— Young man, age 21, wishes to care for horse and do chores around with private family. Address George Berger 49 West Fourth st.,, city. EMPLOYMENT-Man would like light work of some kind for board and room. Call 412 Jackson St., Gem Hotel, Thomas Mcßride, EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, by a young man, work for board and room. Address John Gordon, Gem hotel. 412 Jackson st. EMPLOYMENT— A young man of 19 years of age. would Ilka work of any kind. Address W 75, Globe. EMPLOYMENT — Wanted, employment o* some kind by young man; references.- H. U. Judd, 182 Bast Fourteenth St. -FIREMAjN— Man> of 26 womld like a pla*e~as firemaa or engineer; referencea from last emiployer of five years. Q 106, Globe. MARRIED man, experienced in general mer chandise, would like place in store or out side *ork; weM acquainted In city; rafer- w ,epoq». . V. 65, Globe, ■ STENOGRAPHER— Young man .eocperlenced in stenography and typewriting desires po srttlon-; references. X 70, Globe. STENOGRAPHER— MaIe stenographer with . experience in general offlce work desires po fsltlon; references. Address W 93, Globe. WANTED— Travelffl^ man wlshes~poaltlon ■ •*!*_. 'Old-- established house; experienced -special In dry goods and notion lines; refer ences. L 88, Globe. WANTED— Hardware man with Aye years' experience wishes position in country- town • work cheaip during winter; beet of refsx ecoes. Address Box 87, Carver, Minn. WANTED— Married man wants work; must have work of some kind; had experience in "butcher shop. Call corner Robert and An* napolis sts. _^ Help Wanted aisles St. Panl and Minneapolis Ads, 20 Words or I_ess, lOc. Oal-of-Town Ads, SO Words or Less, 20e. BOY— Wanted, boy slbout 17 yesirs old. 362 St. Peter st. . CLERK— On* flrst-class MJI clerk wanted; must be qu*ck and proficient. Apply L. L. May & Co., 381 Minnesota at. COATMAKER— FIrst-class coatmaker wanted for Monday or Tuesday morning, early. 61 West Seventh st. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS— Don't prepare for any civil service examination without seeing our illustrated catalogue of Informa tion; sent free. Columbian Correspondence College, Washington, D. C. MEN AND WOMEN— Permanent position; local and traveling; 915 per week; mall ap plications at once. Electric Fire Kindlor, Belvidere, 111. FIVE SALESMEN wanted by e^rtaibfUhed house selling dry goods and general trade; give references ln application. Box 127, Detroit, Mich. . SOLICITOR— Wanted^ good, live man to rep resent job printinig hoiuse; must know some thing about th«l business; good pay to right party. 309 Sl'bley et. WANTED— lnventions to patent aad put on market; also traveling and local agents everywhere. Write for our liberal offers and get rich. American Patent Market and Novelty Works, 279-281 Williams St., St. Paul, Minn. YOUNG MEN waroted to learn baiTber trade; oall and see how we teach the trade In eight weeks; furnish positions or start you in business; seaits for 600 visitors; cata logue explains; mailed free. Moler Barber College, 223 Washington ay. south, Minne apolis. For Sale. 20 "Words or Less, 200. STOVE— Fine Styart heating stove, hard coal burner. 849 North Exchange. Call at basement door. bet Shepard, Mt., Erikson, Fred. Care Clerks' Ex change. Farrington & Co. Sheparde' Big Minstrel Faael, Miss Vina. Jubilee. Fawoett, Herbert. Sinclair, Alexander R. Pawoett, J. H. Skateia, Mrs. Kat*. Fordiyke, 0. H. Skothelm, Rev. O. H. baiter, S. a Gale, MJ-9S Susan* A. Snow. David 3. Gemmal, W. L Snyder, Tooy. Georgeson, Jaa. Soward, S. A. Glass, Arthur E. Stsvetna, F. A. Glum, H. M. Stenrems, Mns. Geo. H. Glutih, Miss Emma. Stoevel, B. Goronide, Jas. J. Storm, N. Y. Gormley, Mm. John. Bundell, A. B. GiraT, A. N. Superior, Al. Gray, Miss Maud. Sutfwland. D. W, Greene, Robert E. awaitmao, Hhsd*. Greendng, H. B. Swisher, Frwl. Grimes, Elmer. Gunter, Mrs. E. G. Taylor, F. J. TpmjST, MAs. Kata Hale, Miss Harriet. Thul, Pete*S Haihner, W. Ifl^wn. Hi W. Hamley, J M. T«>i«t JrtMTßi. Hanson, 0. A. Tw*ert. MSS"No«. morvtoe, Miss N-iwie. j^^JoS?. Mflfc Ifcrtcfc, Mrs., Tuck, George. ?2l Norrl. St. Tuel, Miss AUIos. Haulwlch, Mlm Mary. Kealy, Jno. Van Eps, G. JU HelnW, Hsory. HoAgiAon, Mrs. M. J. Wslls, Miss GertniAs fioet, Mrs. NetOs. jB, 1. Hoffmaini, Cits. WeMs, Roibt. «me. W. W«js, Mlrs. Lula Howard, W. J. Thorns*. Howes C. S. Wsston, Mrs. 0. F. Hoyt, Fred W. SjSte S^*" A- * Jackson, Mrs. Harris*. Ws_.*)lnW^^ i. F v Johnson, Jno. R. Wood. Miss H. 11l K«(bler, Miss Luoy. Unipaid Lsttars— Ksech. Qeo. 4. ButTir, P»tri<#. Ketinedy, Mrs. Jaimea. Coataa, M_sa Oadls, Agents and Agendas, 20 Words or Lfcss, 20c. AGENTS— Latest craze; eight different col ored revolving bosoms on one shirt; sive3 laundry bills; sample free. Krueger Mfg. Co., Chicago. AGENTS in all sections to handle our union lamp burner; entirely new, cheap and an article that sells on sight; excius ye terri tory. The Union Burner aud Wick Co., 48-60 Long at., Clevefand, O. SALESMEN WANTED-Oils; large line sme cialties; refiners. Nickel Plate R. R. & Qulncy, Cleveland, O, SALESMEN WANTED to sell to foundries; references. Mfns.,. 28 Lagrange st., Cleve land, O. WANTED— OiI salesmen to sell lubricating oils and greases on salary or commission; excellent side line. The International Oil and Grease Company, Claveland ! _o. WANTED, GlßLS— Cooking, private and boarding houses, waitress. s, chamber maids, kitchen, laundresses, paint waiters; best wages paid. 643 Wabasha st. Mrs. Merryweather. WANTED— Salesman contemplating trip West to the coast, to carry a side line of fine knit mittens- and gloves, having exclusive feature, for manufacturer. Address Box 414, La Crosse, ' - . WANTED— Traveling salesmen for our lino of oil cans on commission. Bumann Mfg. Co.. Litchfield, 111. Situations Wanted--Fema.es Anybody out of work in St. Paul or Min neapolis may insert an advertisement under this heading free of charge. A YOUNG LADY will work for room and board; as a companion, preferred; educated and refined, L 58, Globe. - A YOUNG LADY of experience would like position in doctor's office, or any kind of of office work. 'Address X 66, Globe. COMPOSITOR— Lady, wants position. T 74, Qlobe. ■ -' HOUSEWORK— Aged woman desires light work by Jan. L without, washing or heavy sweeping:-^comfortable home main object. Address 224 Avon -ft. HOUSEWORK— A girl wants plain cooking or any general toouseWork by the day. Ad dresa X 52, Globe. HOUSEWORK— Wanted^ a nice place ln a small private family ln a flat to do house work. Address C, 174 West Ninth st. HOUSEKEEPER— Situation waited by com petent woman as housekeeper; excellent cook; willing to leave city; best references. X 94, Gloibe. NURSE — A competent young woman desires a position as nurss ln small family; can sew; references given. 810 East Fourth st. REFINED young lady would like position In doctor's or dentist's offlce; must have work. Miss Hazel Deane,' General Delivery, city. PlANlST— Situation wanted by refined wid ow as pianist for orchestra, copyist or sales woman, in store; willing to go to country town; best reference*. X 61, Globe. SICK NURSING waited by experienced nurse; references. 14 Douglas st, WANTED, by young lady, place to care for children; can help with studies. 3 Harvest er ay. • . WASHING— A German lady would^like - to take washing home; good work guaran teed. Call or address 809 Mississippi st WASHING— Taking in washing and going out. Call at 241 West' Ntnth St.. St. Paul. Kelp Wanied-Fema.es- St. Paul and Minneapolis Ads, 20 Words oar Less, 100. Oat-of-Town Ads, 20 Words or Less, 20c. HOUSEWORK-Wanted at once, good girl for Seneral housework ; small family; no ehil- Ten. Addrow 193 Mcßoal st. HOUSEWORK-Wanted. -girl for general housework, for small family; must go home nights. C?ll 487 Broadway.. ■ : HOUSEWORK-^-Wainted, competent ■ giri for general housework at- once. Call 779 Day ton ay. • - - HOUSEWORK-Wanted, a young girl for light housework. Apply to 395 Eichenwald -.st. ['ll"-.~- .:.'.■". LADIES, 'i $8.00 weekiy while learning my business; -no canvassing; darning machine or art work* N. Dusinbery, 25 Third ay., New York. LADIES everywhere to mail circulars, 3_tni ples and copy letters at home; reply" with stamped envelope." Peerless Co., Sou.h Bend., Ind. NURSE — Wanted, competent nurse girl; O^r man preferred. Apply to 109 Summit ay. RELIEF SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT REGISTER. Office, 141 East Ninth st. Telephone, I*3. MAN— We can furnish a good, strong, handy man for wholesale house or any otner such work. BOY— A bright willing boy for office or er rand boy; needs work badly. BEWING — We have several good women who want to get plain sewing to do; also a woman who can do all kinds of crocheting etc. NURSES— We can furnish efficient women to care for the sick. WOMEN— To do washing, ironing and clean ing can be had from this offlce; also men to do odd Inbs. wood sawing, etc. Wanted to Buy 20 'Words or Less, 20c. TYPEWRITER— Wanted, to buy typewriter in good condition; must be cheap; Reming ton or Smith Premier. Answer with sam ple writing, price, number of machine and where it can be seen. Address B 84, Globe. WANTED— Farmers to know that we want to buy potatoes. Donohue & Co.. 854 Selby ay. Horses and Carriages, 20 Wordi or Less, 20c. HORSES— AII kinds of horses constantly on hand at Q. W. Wentworth & Co's, South St Paul. LUMBERMFN. TAKE NOTICE— We have constantly on hand from 300 to 500 head of heavy logging and draft horses, with qual ity and weight suitable for logging work, and invite all buyers to Inspect our excel lent stock. Part time given if desired. & Zimmerman's Horse Market, Minnesota Transfer. St. Paul. Chiropodists. SO Words or Less, 20c. LOCKWOOD'S Good Luck Salve; best thing for sore feet rail druggl»ts:est»bllehpd Id vm g% RESULTS DMA S Are What You Want, yJ^-Vii "°* Promises. I^PDr. COLES Lost Manhood Proscriptions Greo Treatment It not only acts directly on the GENITO-URI NARY organs, strengthening, invigorating re vitalizing and rejuvenating the fundamental organs pat at once Imparts to him the vital ity and vigor of manhood that he should pos sess. OREO TREATMENT electrifies ths whola mien, searches out the Weak points and fortifies them at once by acting on ths ncr/. esnters. stomach, digestive organs, heart llv tsr, kidneys, bladdsr, spinal cord and brain thus preparing ths way for nature to assert tsslf. making the man strong, vigorous ro iu»t aod healthy; without an ache or pain "WIOE HUTMENT. In every case where It ls possible, for you ta com* to ths offlces, by all means do so. It la io muOb more satisfactory to you aud to ths doctor to nave a personal consultation and examination. You then ses and talk wl.fi the old doctor. w HOME TREATMENT. For thess who cannot ooms to the offices onr method of home treatment ln all cases U as psrfeot as it can be made. A completo and corrsot diagnosis ls made of eaoh ceis free of ahargs, %nd a *peoial course of treat ttsdt is |«nt to mest tns.apsctfU reauirements IL Qols, M*«_6»l lAstftute and' Counrf] 0 | Pftj«cians. 24 Wftahlpgton AvenUe S, Minai- ; Financial. 20 Words or lean, 20c. KONBY TO LOAN-JlO to JIOO on hou.=etiolj furniture, pianos, sic, witfiout removal; loans can be paid in installments; prirata offices; confidential. Minnesota MO'-tsu. Loan Co-,317 Plone.-r I'ress Building. MONEY!-To loan salaried " peopTe _ ""hoTdlni steady position., without security. Call be fore going •elsewhere and get our plan of i.? di 5 g; all busin ess confidential. Room 817, Pioneer Press Bldg. M 2S w Y 10 " 1 '■"' "fe polices; or bought. L. P. Van Norman. Guar. Bldg.. Mlnnea polls. Instruction, 20 Words or- Lean, 20e. MISS NELLIE A. HOPE, teacher of vlorn and mandolin. Studio, 642 and 643 Chamber of Commerce, opposite Hotel Ryan, corner Sixth and Robert sts.. Sl Paul Studio Tel 131-2; Res. Tel. Dale 177. - PIANO pupils given first-class Instruction beginners a specialty; Mason method au<_ Virgil table work; satisfaction guaranteed. Address 0 85, Gfobe. THOROUGH instruction on the piano given to beginners; terms $10 per quarter— twenty lessons, of one hour each. Addre*3 V 66. Globe. Board Offera! 20 VI ord* or Lena, lOe. BOARD— Rooms and board for one !'3dy $2 54 &f r T.. week i wlth °v* board, $3 per month. 78 West Tenth st. BOARD— Newfy furnished, well-heated rooms - gas and both, with flrst-class board aC '1 East College, BOARD— Roams en suite or single, furnished or unfurnished ; modern, corner, brick house, 335 Washington st. Rice Park- ex celtent taible board; call next door. "THE MINER"— Steam-heated rooms, wi h -board; within walking distance, or con sfxth nt ear Bervice - 162 College, corner T— — >, Rooms for Rani. 20 Words or Leas, lOc. FIFTH ST.. 124-Furnished front room, with alcove. FOURTH ST.r 138 WEST— Furnished rooms with or without board; all modern con veniences. ROOMS— At Hotel Fey. corner Cedar and Seventh; one block from all street car lines: two blocks from the theaters, furnished rooms by day or week, with steam heat, bath, etc. Translent_trade_aol ici ted. •SELBY AY., 237— For rent, pleasant fur- E/islhed front room; furnace heat and gas; handy to business center, SEVENTH ST" "m"~EAST— For rent, two furnished rooms for light hou.ekeeping; also parlor, furnished or unfurn'shed; fur nace, heat. SEVENTH ST., 236, EAST, ROOM 8-Kor rent, furnished and unfurnished rooms; ceo trally located and at reasonable prices. Stores for Ren). 20 Words or Less, 20c. STORE— For rent, first-class store; 44x80 --best location ln Northfield, on corner. Wilts E.- Holland, Northfield, Minn. Personal, 20 Word, or Less, 30c. BLOOD POISONING, primary, secondary and tertiary, colored spots, mucous patches m mouth; ulcers and sores; guaran.eed per manent cure. Universal Vitaline Co., Box H. Hammond. Ind. ■ Lost and Found. 20 Word* or l-es... 2<Jt. DOG FOUND— Dark ie_ Irish setter do-g; white marks on broast, lac? ar.d lore I ... Owner can have dog by calling tods Magnolia et. •■■ MEDAL -LOST— &o.d medal, with owner's name engraved on it. Return to 655 :sast Seventh St., and receive reward. LOCKEiTaND CHAIN LOST— A BBl3 'Flock ;t and chain, with name "H<n»a n engraved on locket.- Return to 532 Carro.t St:, aa-i .r-* --celve liberal reward. POCKETBOOK LOST— Blaok mo-oc ■-> peckot bcok, near comer of Wt;.-. Fitch an i - contained two'small i.-_-.:tc = rar.h . aii o':>' nt $4 in money. Re.urn to .ilrs. " J'jhi:»u.n r R d Cross nurse, Unl;n Dtpct. SETTER LOST— Dark red Irish setter Jo?; white marks on breast, face and 1, Reward offered for his return to 3 5 Wi j low ay., St. Paul. Business Ohancas. 20 Words or 1., v., -Uc. FOR SALE cheap, if taken at once; naying business; small capital required; perience. M 63. Globe. WANTED— A bright business man to put on the market an article of merit; a good seller _in the East. Address T 77, Globe. WANTED— A gocd second-hand cutter, cheap. Call or address 927 Payne ay., or 624 Si mi. Hotels, 20 "Word* or Less, 20c. WORKINQMEN'S HOME— AiI new, remod eled, furnished; large reading and sitting room; a good, cheap home for the winter. Office, 127 East Eighth at., corner Eigiu.i and Robert. HOTEL IMPERIAL — New. remodeled, fur nished steam-heated rooms, with al! con veniences; cheap tor the winter. 16 Eajt Eighth, near Wabasha. Medical. 20 Words or Less, 30c. ANNA MACK, from Chicago; steam, tub. medicated oaths; select massage; profes sional operators; open day and night. IS-J East Seventh st. DR. STELLA FREMONT, baths, vapor, electric and massage; newly rtfittrd rooms. 165 East Seventh St., corner of Jackson, Room 4. MRS. LBONIE, from Paris. Scientific mas sage, alcohol baths, ekictric treatment. Room 0, 165 Bast Seventh st. MRS DR. DE LAITTRE. sclentilic maa sagist; medicated vapor bath.; magnet. v treatment. 9 to 9 daily. 56 East Seventh st Farm Lands. 20 Words or Less, SOc. FARM— Six miles from St. Paul postoffkn; Hudson road; farm. 156 acres, $15 per acre: must sell; terrms easy. J. T. Dean, lSs East Fifth St.. or 618 Victoria st. VA. FARMS $3 per acre and upwards Easy payment*. Catalogue free. Geo. E. Craw ford & Co., Richmond, Va. Assignment Notice STATE OF MINNBSOTA. County of Ram sey, District Court, Second Judicial Dis trict. In the Matter of the Assignment of Robert A. Smith, Insolvent. Upon the petition of Charles T. Miller, assignee of Robert A. Smith, Insolvent, filed herein this day, and on motion of Stevens, O'Brien, Cole & Albrecht, his attorneys, it is ORDERED, That all persons Interested show cause at a spedafl term of this court to b« held on ths Uth day of January, 1889, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court Houoe, ln tho City ot St. Paul, Ramaey county, Minnesota, why an order of this court should not be made authorizing and directing said assignee to proceed to sell the bills and accounts receiv able of said estate, at private or public sale, separately or in bulk, as may seem most de sirable, and to make sales of the real estate belonging to said assigned estate as soon as practicable, and for the best prices obtaina ble, to pay taxes and assessments on any such real estate so sold by bim and any expenses necessary ln making such sales, including brokers' commission thereon, and to other wise aot tn the settlement of said estate as seams best to bim. with the approval of tbis oourt, and without notice to the creditors of said estate. It ls further ordered that notice be given to all persons interested by publishing this order three times in Ths St. Paul Globe, a dally newspaper printed and published at St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey and State of Min nesota, 'not later than the 3d day of January, 1899, and that a copy of this order be mailed to each of the creditors of said estate who have file* proofs of their claims with the Mate*** not later than the Ud day ot said January, 1860. Datsd St. Paul, Ulan., Deo. », 1898. CHAS. BfOTia, District Judrfs.