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PRKSHOWSRESDLTS
riili WOMAN'S CIVIC LEAGUE HAS
ALREADY ACCOMPUSHED
ill CH GOOD
ACCORDING TO THE REPORTS
At tin- Meeting; Yesterday City Kn
giaeer Kuudlett (iave Some F1&-
--uri'H Al>ont the Paved Streets of
hi. I'aul and th-e City's Work In
koii'i»S Them in Condition Dr.
Oli:i»e Talks Along Health Lines.
The murky sultriness of the weather
outside, while it took the stiffness out of
in!':- mid collars and the curl out of care
fully crimped hair, In no degree lessened
the energetic ami determined aspect of
the - 1 0 or more women who assembled
yest rday aftecnp<g» at the Central high
to listen to and to applaud what
the Woman's Civic league has already
accomplished and what it intends still
further to accomplish, as outlined by its
van us roembeca Mrs. Conde Hamlin
yi : :<'•■ v and Miss Caroline Beaumont
an..* as temporary secretary.
Mrs. Jackson, as chairman of the com
mit ;•.•<> appointed to look after the pas-
Bage uf the ordinance in regard to ade
quate milk inspection, told of the commit
tee's visit to the council when the ordi
nance was under discussion and how they
»>M,;d by it to a woman until it became
a ftxed enactment.
The report of Mrs. H. C. Burbank.
chairman of the committee on streets,
Bhowed i;ow tha wbrk of the league to
keep the streets in ftt condition would ba
assisted by the passage in the recent leg
is!ur.:re of the two park laws, v.hich pro-
Vlde for the cutting of grass on vacant
lots and the planting of new trees. Tho
reject also showed that the Seventh ward
has been organized into committees.
Whose duty it will be to see that tha
streets they represent are kept spick and
span. The following are the chairman of
the committees: Mrs. E. R. Sanford, Mrs.
J. \V. Bishop, Mrs. Frances Corning, Mr*.
F. M. Douglas, Mrs. Emerson Had
ley. Mrs. C. H. Bigelow Jr., Mrs.
J. B. West, Mrs. T\ B. Kellogg,
,Mrs. C. J. A. Morris, Mrs. William
Canby. Mrs. F. G. Ingersoll, Mrs F B
Wright, Mrs. J. L. Forepaugh, Mrs C A.
Dibble. Mrs. J. W. Edgerton, Mrs A Mc-
Laren, Mrs. H. T. Black, Mrs. George
-Thompson. Mrs. S. c. Olmstead, Mrs
Ambrose Tighe, Mrs. C. IS. Smith Mrs
C. H. Beaulieu, Mrs. N. B. Hinckl.^
Mrs. Thomas McDavit and Mrs C R.
G roff.
The president read a copy of the in
structions of Mayor Kiefer to the police
In regard to sanitation and the enforce
ment of the ordinances pertaining to it.
< :ty Engineer Rundlett was Intro
duced and gave some statistics in regard
to stre-et cleaning and Improvement, and
Incidentally much good advice as to how
best results may be obtained.
•The total number of miles of dedi
cated streets," said Mr. Rundlett, "Is 790
of which number 385 miles are improved!
JWe have really a small amount of paved
etreets in comparison with other cities
of a like population, but at^present there
appears to be no immediate demand for
extending our paved district."
The speaker gave the amount of the
S-i'id set aside for the care and main
tenance of streets, sidewalks, sewerage,
etc.. and said that on account of the
smallness of this sum the city Is cramped
for means to keep the streets in such
order as might be desirable, although ha
ST. PAUL'S LEADING JOBBERS 4 MANUFACTURERS
ROUT? 2 <!HflH ".s-ssaK'i.^affir p Bntftan xfa
BUUlOftfrnULO ».»jaaria& w > CtßS.°A>
11181118 -^sSnfm
iimimuu 11I1U ILUIU Banners. ||, 131 E. Third St.
BUTTER c e ,siic_ petoiteifyci
Third ana Minnesota.
nnnnrTO Wholes«le Carpets, Linoleum*. Mat- nnilllliru nsi n nriinn
UUJmV tines. Curtains and Upholstery. VPU MfMOPJ 7 Clffl W
bnitri 111 Cut Order Pri^ List Mailed to Dealer. |\U!iUl!LfflilN Q LlfiNu
VIIIII LIU on Application. U 6th & Wabasha 3ts.. S "paul
COMMISSION -slfi^ rl»,
_^__ •*• 31-33 fi.3d Si.
nn\f /lAnnn Wtoleaale Dry Goods nnd i i-j-i^.. iii n n l •
OR! GOOOB ss ».^h-' L*fe Bwf 8 sm».
** 4ih and Bibley.
niMinn Oldest and Largest Dnig House ■• n _ „ „
DRUGS &2 # -aa=aS£ ffl s3 i P cs * X Cdß.
** Gih and Sibley,
. .*■ MercanUle Co^ 3rd aud Sibley.
finfi/lrnfl Wholesale Groceriem. >.. ... _ _
UfIUULnO Wholesale Or^^use lath. -I H. fillffl fl hi,
. v * 201-200 E. 3d St.
linriiirnn LeatheT, Shoe Findings n r> i n i ■ . « „
\ \\MVXX and Saddlery Hardware. Man- U Unrn&llhQrflh V Fft
RnitNtoo m 'S"£sr^ lUri p IL U - IRIIUBHfIBW a WU
• • 235-238 B. Bth SL
FIFV-FOO Harness. Stock Saddles, I/rnflnin Pnrirflflra On
HWbl&rW Collars, eto. fc / .\RfifllPf? I.H
flflM For the trade only. RUllUII!/. OUlllllUlJ UU.,
_ ■■ 227-231 JL Sixth,
■ irinn niniUnilllS.in Maanfaeturers and Job- /IhSla™,-- n...^.
PUR V LllUlilvll MIV oersofMen'irurnlshinjf I> MfflQ
IHLiI U I UillilUtlillUU Celebrated "Summit Shirt." U gibley and 6th
ijTM Miii,r
jSDB °'-Sb. L L llj|^,
. thought St. Paul compared favorably
with anr other city of the same size so
far as cleanliness and general appearance
are concerned. The speaker then went
on to tell something of the cleaning of
paved streets, the maintenance of dirt
streets and street sprinkling. The street
sprinkling he regarded as equal to, If not
better, than any other city in the United
States. But he acknowledged that the
people did not appear satisfied, for ha
had received complaints on the same day
from residents in the same block, ane
complaining that the street was sprinkled
too much, the other that it was not
sprinkled enough.
Waste paper and sweepings, weeds, al
leys, city refuse, drinking fountains,
boulevanUng streets, tree planting, ail
those things were touched upon and val
uable advice in regard to all given.
Mr. Rundlett, when he had finished,
cheerfully answered the many questions
put to him by the women present.- ■■
Dr. Justus Ohage, of the board of
health, gave a short but Interesting talk
on the evils of expectorating on the
streets and in public conveyances. "On
account of this offensive habit," said the
speaker, "consumption has become more
prevalent than smallpox, diphtheria, scar
let fever or measles." The speaker said
that common belief to the contrary not
withstanding consumption is not a heredr
itary disease, but it ia the most conta
gious of the malignant diseases. The
habit of expectorating on the streets
spread the consumption bacillus, making
it impossible to stamp the disease out.
Supt. Smith. Mayor Kiefer and Mis 3
Brooks alt spoke briefly, encouraging th&..
work of the league and congratulating
it on what it has already accomplished.
Before adjourning Mrs. Hamlin, tho
president, announced that while ' the
league would hold no more meetings
during the summer the work would go
vigorously on in the hands of tha va
rious committees.
WORLD'S TALLEST WOMAN.
She Lives In Sllttnuart and la EigTit
Feet Hiffli.
Chicago Record.
The tallest woman in the United States,
and probably in the world, is Miss Ella
Ewing, of Gorin, Mo., a little town not
far east of Kansas City, on the Santa Fa
road. This "high-born lady" is 26 years
old, acording to the family Bible, and
measures 8 feet 4 inches In- her every-day
shoes. Her parents are well-to-do farm
ers, of ordinary stature, and her father,
Samuel Ewing, is a highly • respected
member of the community. Miss Ewing
was born at Gorln, and when 12 years
old she measured near seven feet, but
kept on growing, to the amazement of
her family and the neighbors. In her
girlish years she was quite sensitive
about her height, because the other
children used to tease her, but when she
discovered that it was worth $50 a week
from aßrnom's circus and museum man
agers, she took another view of the case.
She earned enough money to lift the
mortgage from her father's farm, and re
tired to private life.
Quite T~n sensational.
A Montreal paper, which has known
success for twenty years, bars all sport
ing, dramatic and tobacco news, as well
as the advertisements for the same, and
will mention no sensational cases in the
courts.
Proof of Energy.
New South Wal«?s lost $1,000,000 by the
drought of 1897-98. Yet the colony thrives.
DRINK GEAIN-0
After you have concluded that you ought
not to drink coffee. It is not a medi
cine, but doctors order it, because it is
healthful, invigorating and appetizing
It Is made from pure grains and has
that rich seal brown color and tastes
like the finest grades of coffee and costs
about % as much. Children like it and
thrive on It because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nourish
ment. Ask your grocer for Graln-O the
new food drink. 15c and 25c.
THE ST,, PAUL GLOBE, FRIDAY, APKII, 28, 1899.
I" I think them the most wonderful medi
cine tot all bronchial affections."— Hon.
Mrs. Pzsry, Castle Grey, Limerick, Ireland.
DBfIUf II' Q Branchial
Of BOSTON
Sold la boxes only— Avoid Imitations.
POCKET PDPP
KNIVES 1 H1414
TO BUYERS OF OUR
GARDEN SEEDS
A test of our Northern Grown Seeda
will at once convince you there are no
better grown, and we therefore make
the following unheard-of offer to readers
of this
57 PACKETS
Fresh Garden Seeds and Knife No 7 SB
all for 77 cents, postpaid, or 57 packages
Fresh Garden Seeds and Knife No 77 SB ,
all for 97 cents, postpaid. Cut out this
advertisement and send us 77 cents if you
want Knife No. 7 SB., or 97 cents if you
want Knife No. 77 SB., and the following
grand collection of the
BEST VEGETABLE SEEDS.
Retail price is over $2.75, and we will
!? n £ y £»*4 e entlre 57 P acke ts and tha
Knife FREE, ail postpaid.
. T _ . 1 Pkff Gem Peas.
No. 77sb. 1 P kg Eclipse Blood Turnip
Beet.
ijggiH 1 pk^ Dwarf Wax Beans.
HEr"3. 2 pkgs Early Jan.- Peas.
jggfrrjgjfr 1 pkg Yellow Danvera Flat
££^«» 1 Pk§r Kobba Gem Water
-iKyia * pli % c ' x H »"&rt Carrots.
* pks Large Early York Cab
■'■'^^aPEßS 1 pk|? Marble Mammoth
BSB?Has«l\i Drumhead Cabbage.
B«fia|a 1 P k^ i - on S Green Cucumber.
fr< : \ <;las * P k & Danvers htftf-long Car
.;.> . 'Ws 1 pkg Green Citron Muskmel-
EffisSy 1 pks Perfection Tomato.
'§1^ ~W' 1 pkg Trophy Tomato.
\§iy» j 1 pkg Rutabagas
- 'I lpkg Big Boston No- 7 Bb
• ' t pkgs Purple
v Top Turnip. BS^
> 1 pk* Red Globa |§|jl
1 pkg Hollow f*.-
Crown Parsnips. 'laSr
I pkg Early Long •.; .=
Scarlet Radish. gjj*
ggj 1 pk? Double ;J;:
Curled Parsley. >;;/
¥®t 1 pkg Celery. Isß
ySf 1 pkg Thyme.
V 1 pk?r French JESS
Breakfast Rad- i&f
1 pks Summer Crookneck Mlli
1 pkg Curled Simpson Let- „ ej|§S|
1 pkg Early Flat Dutch Tur- *^i*/|i|""i
1 pks Scarlet Turnip Radish. '*Pfs( pig|
1 pkg Denver Market Lettuce Vsfcii3«s
1 pks Early Russian Cucum- yßMag^
1 pkg Cutham King Cabbage. * ] V,~^
1 pkg Sweet Pumpkin.
2 pkgs Early Minnesota Corn. ' v "
Also 20 other assorted packages of Car
den Seeds; in all, 67 packets.
KNIFE FREE.
At 77 cents the No. 7 SB. 4-blade Con
gress, buck-horn handle, best steel, war
ranted knife, will be sent FREE
The No. 77 SB Knife Is just what every
farmer should have. Extra weight, finely
polished ends, three heavy steel blades,
including hoof blade. We give FREE to
every person ordering the above collec
tion at 97 cents through this advertise
ment, or we will furnish 37 fresh packets
of garden seeds to any one postpaid for
47 cents, or the 57 packets postpaid for
70 cents- -no better seeds grown or sold
at any price. This collection cannot be
broken or any variation made.
T. M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE,
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
Ml \VU\ hoda and Mineral Water*. llFOWnj I \ftfl?
DUI I LflU Fruit Cidefg | aud JjlbßlJ ft OifliJ,
_____ " 702-710 P*yne At.
DITTCfVO . Aromatic Stomach Bitter*, I\ Oimnn
UI I I LflU Blne Blood Pllrffi «- At all Drug*i*_\ II WllMUtf*
= ***7Ox& Broadway
I (DM ""t^Hf"". SgiiJwiT
"CRY GOODS -«a^ pm i ft* ym i go.,
4th and Slbley.
FinU flAftnn Ia »P*«ew -ad Jobbers erf Dry Goods a i\ a j a
iJy 111 If If IV and Notions. ftfllfln lliU PAAlfo Pfl
lilll lIUUiJU JUunlacUirer "^ o »»'>» Furnishing I/Ulfbis liij Imli) WJ.,
' *** Waoouta.
PIMHTn Batfcblfshed 184K
L UI H I V - I«»ixw«*r« and Jobbers n HrmlAH YOn
I nil! A Foreign, Domestic and C.iifornl. U MM PI I fjj
. . U * lOa-lOBE. Thtid St.
_^ w 193-198 B. 3d SI
nnnflrnn Importers and Wholesalers. *»„• , n Oft
GROCERS -«»=» B%c?wsft.
*4,*-262 B. Third St.
llßmirnn Wtnufacturen avA Jobbers of ITarnfsss, n~U « n t\
■88 ~*sa~ ~ 8 511 * i ■«■.
U 174-178 E. 4th SL
HfiTfl U ritnn ***>«™»»»diCannf«etur«ri«>f Hau, i -__!„,_ rt««i. •'nu
Mil IV I LIIUV Cape, Fnrs <S «lovo3. Maken of I niißßOf Mini L vlnnnQF
nHn fl I ffill «M"»orUi Star Fnr Coat" U!![ifl0I lUi Q OlflßJ .
HIIIUUIUHU and-I^npherau." L igp.^Tk^ s"
HARDWARE -»~ Mon is Co.,
__^_^^ ■ 3rd and Broadway.
UI 111 IhlhJi taral Uon Work. All U DR fAßfilfrV Pfl
X n ill mil Ktndi Qe^'* PonDdrr IV- rUUI riiOillll! bu.,
IWII IIUIUI Wort - »ia-ai3 Ma»aaUatt Bid*.
nnnnrn nAAr\n ?rico Li«t* n j r\ ll n
98-102 Krtit s«vontii St. .
MATTRESSES SISL. IMSA.
POPULAR WANTS
AGENTS AND AGENCIES.
A GENERAL AGENT— "Life of Admiral
Dewey" and "America's New Posses
sions. Superbly Illustrated. Sample,
26 cts., stamps or coin. Catalogue free.
F. Tennyson Neely, 114 Fifth ay., New
York -!•-■. ,
AGENTS WANTED to sell "Republic or
Empire— The Philippine Question?" by
Wm, J. Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, Sen
ator Hoar, ex-Secretary Carlisle, Sen
ator Teller, General Weayer, Samuel
Gompers, Carl Schurz and many oth
ers. Book sells on sight; ' Liberal com
missions. Freight paid.. Send 25 cents
for outfit quick. The independence
Company, Franklin Building, Chicago,
HELP WANTED— MALES.
BARBER — First-class barber, $15, at
once. G. H. Apfet, Puluth; Minn.
KITCHEN WORK— Wanted^, .young man
to help in kitchen. Apply %£ Colonnade
hotel.
NOTICE— Selected maple. $5 per cord;
pine slabs, $2.75; sawed hardwood slabß,
$2.50 per load. 293 East Seventh, oppo
site Schoch's grocery.
SOLICITORS— Wanted, a few reliable
representatives to solicit and collect for
glck and accident insurance; salary and
commission. Call or address D H.
Bradley, 27 East Seventh at., St. Paul,
Minn.
HELP WANTED — FEMALES.
GOVERNESS— Wanted, governess for
two children, age four and six. T 113,
Globe.
OFFICE WORK— Wanted, a young lady
for light office work;^ must write a
good hand; state age and salary ex
pected. Address C 112, Globe.
SECOND GlßL— Wanted, a second girl
In small family. 676 Dayton.
RELIEF SOCIETY
EMPLOYMENT REGISTER.
Office. 141 East Ninth St. Telephone 183.
We can furnish men for janitor work,
wx>od sawing and odd jobs.
Women to sew, clean house, wash and
care for the sick.
Boys to do chores and run messages.
DETECTIVE WORK.
DETECTIVE WORK— Private detective;
good references; good work; charges
reasonable. L. H. Bradshaw, 315 North
western Building, Minneapolis, Minn.
ROOFING.
aTl^^kwd^^f^g^avelTro^flniS^
Repairing a specialty; city or country.
American Roofing Co., office 636 Endlcott
building.
Leo's F,H|ifolnl Honor.
The pope Is the only ruler of the Vat
ican who has ever strolled down Pall
Mall. It was early In his career, when
he was simply Mgr. Peed. He was men
tioned in tne London papers as having
attended a reception of tha queen.
Handy Prize.
A Parisian prize of $600 is awarded an
nually to the poor father who can show
the largest and most creditably brought
up family. A shoemaker, who has 14
children alive, carried it oft this year.
m
Artisan Bnrledt In Westminster.
The only artisan buried In Westminster
abbey is George Graham, the instrument
maker who invented clockwork In the
year 1700.
-«-
English Proivlnctal Saying.
They say in Pembrokeshire, England,
when it snows while the sun is shining
that "the devil ia beating his wife."
SITUATIONS. WANTED — MALES.
Anybody oat of murk In Si. Paul or
Minneapolis may insert nn a river,
tlicment under this heading (re*
of charge,
A GOOD respectable young man of nine
teen desires a position of some kind in
°r out of the city; has experience In
wholesale house. Address J. S., 874
Duke st.
A MAN wants work at once for porter
or work In the kitchen; can also do
pastry work. Call at 166 Martin st.
A STRONG- BOY of eighteen years wants
steady work of any kind; knows city
_jyetl. Address 381 Erie st.
BOY of eighteen years wants steady
work of any kind; knows city well.
Address 381 Erie st.
BOY wants work tn office or errand boy;
give references. L. S., 605 East Mlnne
haha st.
CLERK— A young man wishes a position
as clerk tn a grocery store; have had
six months' experience. M 119, Globe.
COACHMAN— Man well acquainted with
horses wants place as coachman or de
llvery man. L 117. Globe.
COACHMAN— A competent coachman
wants situation; thoroughly under
stands care and treatment of horses,
carriages and harness; careful driver
and obliging. Address C. Pestell. No.
11 Fourth st. west.
COACHMAN— Situation by a competent
coachman; first-class city references.
Address H 116, Globe.
COUNTRY PRINTERS— Do you want a
nrst-clasa man, who understands edi
torial work and business hustling, as
well ;is mechanical work, to manage
your office; references furnished. F 116,
Globe.
DRIVER— Wanted, position driving de
llvery; well acquainted in city; had
experience In grocery; uood reference.
Address Z 121, Globe.
DRIVER— Young man wants work of any
kind ; Is a good driver and well acquaint
ed in city. Address Ed 8., 160 W. Third
St., city.
EMPLOYMENT— Young married man,
honest and sober, desires to take care
of lawns and garden; can also handle
■horses. Address 269 Gooclhue st.
SHORTHAND— Young man with knowl
edge of shorthand desires position; rail
road work preferred. F. I. Cumminns,
care General Delivery, St. Paul.
SOLICITOR— Wanted, situation by a
young man of 25, who is an experienced
solicitor, collector and salesman. Ad
dress F 115, Globe.
TRAVELING SALESMAN, successful
experience, wants opportunity; salary
or commission. Address A 113, Globe.
WANTED— By a good respectable young
man of nineteen a position of some
kind; has experience in wholesale house;
can furnish references. J. S., 374 Duke
at.
YOUNG MAN handy with tools wishes
position of some kind: willing to work;
No. 1 reference. D 111, Globe.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES
Anybody oat of wurU In St. Paul or
Minneapolis may Insert an adver
tisement under this heading free
of charge.
A YOUNG girl would like a position in
an office or store; accurate In figures
and writes a plain hand. Address Miss
S. A. OH.. postofflce.
DRESSMAKER— An experienced dress
maker wants sewing by the day In
families. Call or address 312 Louis st.
DRESSMAKER wants sewing in families,
or to do at home; cutting and fitting;
will work reasonable. Call or address
315 East Seventh st., third floor.
EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, day work of
any kind at once by thoroughly com
petent person. Call or address M., 470
St. Peter.
HOUSEKEEPER— Lady just from Eng
land, aged twenty-six, seeks a situation
as housekeeper or useful help. Address
E-, Globe. .
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE OR RENT, a butcher shop;
ice houae filled; everything ready for
business. S. H. Brown, Simpson, Minn.
DESK— Good, solid, roll-top office desk,
$10; also lady's bicycle, good condition.
$12. 214 Phoenix building.
FINE FOLDING BED for sale; modern
oak and perfect. Call Saturday, at 10
a. m., at 419-421 Jackson st.
FURNITURE— If you want household
goods cheap, attend the auction sale
Saturday, at 10 a. m., at 419-421 Jack
son st.
HOUSES FOR SALE CHEAP— Three
two-story frame houses on Starkey be
tween Fairfield and Fillmore; price, $50
each; purchaser to remove buildings
at once. Bayard, Deuel & Co.. 602
Pioneer Press.
LACE CURTAINS, carpets, rugs, dishes,
etc., at auction Saturday, at 10 a. m
' at 419-4g Jackson Bt.
AUCTION SALE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS. RUGS, ETC..
at Auction— l will sell at public auction
on Saturday, April 29, at 10 a. m., In
the salesroom No. 419-421 Jackson at.,
a large and fine lot of household goods,
consisting of parlor pieces, of fine rock
ers and divans, hall trees, fine organ
sideboard, extension table, dining room
chairs, toilet sets, combination book
case and desk, lady's writing desk,
chandalier, hanging lamp, stand lamp,
a fine lot of crockery and glassware
table ware, pictures, books, table lin
ens, towels, etc.; also a very fine lot of
lace curtains, Smyrna rugs, Brussels
and velvet rugs, carpets of all sizes and
descriptions, one family refrigerator
one gas and one gasoline range. By all
means attend this sale if you want
goods cheap. A. G. Johnson, Auc
tioneer, 419-421 Jackson st.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
AUCTION! AUCTION! Horses! Horses!
Barrett & Zimmerman and H. A Wins
low have constantly on han* RQ9 heavy
drafters, farm mares, carriage horses
and mules. Auction every Wednesday
Private sales dally at their Midway
Horse Market, Minnesota Transfer, St.
Paul. __
HORSES ALL kinds constantly on hand
at G. W. Wentworth & Co.'s stables at
South St. Paul.
MULES! MULES! -MULES! MULES!— 2M
large young work mulea for sale at
Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse
Market. Minnesota Transfer. St. Paul.
PHRENOLOGY.
PROF G. MORRIS will assist the at.
Paul Phrenological society every Friday
evening, and give private advice on
health, education, business and mar
riage, oral, 50 cents; with chart, $1; every
Saturday from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., until
July 2, at Room 4, Central block, corner
Sixth and West Seventh sts. Call and
see his new book.
STORAGE.
STORAGE— The St. Paul Storage Com
pany, the model furniture warehouse
of the West; fire-proof and dust-proof;
corrugated iron rooms; safe as a vault
419-421 Jackson at.
BUSINESS PERSONALS.
VARICOCELE, SEXUAL WEAKNESS
and all nervous and private diseases
cured. Call or address Room 206, Mer
rill Building, St. Paul. Minn. Case*
treated by maiL
PLUMBING.
TO PROPERTY HOLDERS — We
are doing plumbing for 20 per cent leaa
than any firm in this city. Call or tel
1632-2. D. J. Harrington & Co., 151
University ay.
PROFESSIONAL.
RUSSIAN, MEDICATED, SEA SALT
tub baths; massage, magnetic healing.
27 East Seventh st., suite 200. Mrs. Dr.
Stetne.
PERSONAL
MAN AND WIFE In good circumstances
•want to adopt a littre girl nat over
three years, old. Address F 111. Globe,
CLAIRVOYANJ
MRS. AL.ICB AUSTIN, clairvoyant card
reader: advice given on all affairs of
i life. 484 Cedar St.. near cajdtol.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
KOBKRT JL. WARE & CO.,
Rental Agency.,
38 Bant Fourth Street, Globe Bids.,
liave for rent housen. Oats, stores
and offices.
H SH? E ~ For rent ' ax-room brtck house;
modern improvements; fine location. 48
„V- Del0B : *15 to small family. Con
solldated Bottling_Company ( Tel. 919.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
ROOMS-At Hotel Fey, corner Cedar and
Seventh; one block from all street car
"pc": two blocks from the theaters; fur
nished room* by . day or week, with
B ?. am i? eat ' batn » etc. Transient trade
solicited.
EAST TENTH ST., 4M-For rent, two
connecting or single furnished rooms;
_rent reasonable.
HOTEL ARLINGTON-For rent, a few
nice rooms, very cheap, for the sum
mer, with or without board.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
FOR RENT. ~" "~"
LARGE OFFICE.
Plenty of daylight.
Electric lights.
ROOMY VAULT.
Stationary wash bowL
Rent reasonable.
For particulars inquire
BUSINESS MANAGER,
THE GLOBE.
; Newspaper Row.
WHITE^BEAR AND SUBURBAN.
C ?ZI AG F^7^ r rent - suburban cot
tages at Mahtomedi, White Bear lake:
313 Wabasha st.
FINAKCIAIj.
f\ -$10, $20, $30, J40." S3O. $100 TO LOAN
q on furniture, pianos, household gooii
etc., without removal. Loans can b»
IN paid In installments, reducing cost
g accordingly. Promptness, privacy Bad
y lowest rates. Guaranty Loan Co., 201
Manhattan Building, Robert and Fifth
LOANS on household t'urnltire pianos
etc., without removal from your reai
oence; moderate rates; call and get
rates; confidential; private offices. Min
nesota Mortgage Loan Co., 317 Pioneer
Press Building.
MONET LOANED on life policies; or
bought. L. P. Van Norman, Guaranty
Building, Minneapolis.
MONEY loaned salaried peoplo holding
permanent positions with reliable con
cerns, upon their own names, without
security; call and get oar terms and
plan of lending before closing loans
elsewhere; easy payments; confidential.
817 Pioneer Press Building.
B AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on
Improved property in St. Paul and Min
neapolis. V. C. Oilman. New York Life
. Building. '
BOARD OFFERED.
BOARD— Single room with good board
ten minutes' walk from postofflce; one
block from all car lines. (532 St. Peter.
"THE MINER I '-PleasanT" rooms, with
board, within walking distance or with
convenient car service. 163 College
corner Sixth.
BICYCLES.
fGopltofSpsciai
Conceded to be the lightest running
wheel ever built. Manufactured by
F.M.SKTIfcIt& l
326 Waba3';a Strast.
BICY ,CLES AT AUCTION-I will sell at
public auction in the salesroom No 419
--421 Jackson st., on Saturday April
29. at 11 a. m., a bankrupt stock of
high grade gents' wheels. A. G Jchn
aon, Auctioneer, 419-421 Jackson st.
UNHEARD OF SNAPS in 7econd-hand
wheels. Men s and boys' wheels from
15 , up: d i??' at *J 5 and £7; also have
a few '98 J45 wheels for $25. Joy Bros
23 W>st Fourth rt.
W >, AN J^P~T° p £ rcha ««- a soocT.. V cond
hand Wcyele; the Halladay or Smalley
preferred. J. B. Harrison, 460 Jackson st
BUSINESS CHANCES.
HAVE you stock goods (any kind/ you
wish exchanged quickly, without public
ity T Write "Wilde." 512 Manhattan
Block. St. Paul.
NEW GENERAL merchandise stock In
North Dakota; doing good business
Call o» or address 8., Hotel Vendome,
Minneapolis, after Sunday.
WANTED— Figures"on yearfy~eontracTto
remove asfiues and rubbish from Grand
opera house; call mornings. Theo L
Hays, Manager.
WANTED— Lady or gent that can teach
bookkeeping and shorthand to open a
business college in a flourishing little
city. Address, with appointment at
once, U 112, Globe.
j|^gfi|g. MASSAGE.
AJSAA AIACK., iroiu tiacagu; steam, tub,
medicated baths; select massage; pro
fessional operators; open day and niirht
IS6 East Seventh st.
MRS. LEONIE— From Paris— Select mas
sage, cabinet, vapor and electric baths;
treatment given for rheumatism. Room
8, 165 East Seventh.
SUPERIOR AiKJJICAi'KD VAPOK alld
salt glow baths by Mrs. Sidney, of Bos
ton. 108 East Seventh st.. Room 16.
[ 1 CHIROPODISTS.
LOCKVVOODS Good Luck Salve; best
thing for sore feet; all druggists; estab
lished sixteen years. '
WANTED TO RENT.
FLAT — Wanted to rent, for the sum
mer, small furnished flat; must be cen
trally located. Address F. E. C, Globe.
ROOM — Two traveling, men want a .nicely
furnished room; one with bath prefer
red; privileges desired. Address L 119,
Globe.
INSTRUCTION.
DOCTORS, dentists, healers, osteopaths
or- other specialists, graduated home.
Box 196, Chicago.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOXHOUND LOST— Fawn color with
white on neck, and feet; answers to the
name of "Swipe." Return to 517 Mis
sisaippt at. for a rewar-1.
PROCEEDINGS iN BANKRUPTCY.
DISTRICT COURT OK THE UNITED
States, District of Minnesota,
Third Division.
In the Itatter of \
\atli:m l.lnton, \ In ilu ul.ru ntej .
BaijUrupt.N
NOTICE OF
FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS.
To the creditors of Nathan Unton. of
the City of St. Paul, in the county of
Ramsey and District aforesaid, a bank
rupt.
Notice is hereby given that on that 27th
day of April A. D. 1899. the said Nathan
Linton was duly adjudged a bank
rupt; and that the first mealing of
creditors will be held before the under
signed Referee In his office, No. 58 Ger
manla Life Building. St. Paul, Minn.,
on th» 9th day of May, A. D. 1899, at
2 o'clock in the afternoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint - a trustee,
examine the bankrupt and transact
such other business as may properly
conae before said meeting.
Aprtl 27th. 188».
M. DOR AN JR.,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
7
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FINEST TRAINS GN EARTH.
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B:lsam|..St. Louis, except Sunday I
S :ospralChleago_& jt._ Lotils daily ! ' £ taia
Ticket Offlca, «D Robert St. TeL at
Chk»go Great Wbternl^
"The TVUpie Leaf Route."
Ticket Office: Robert St.,eor. sth St. Phone 150
1 rains leavs froai St. Paul Cdoa Denoc
*paaly. tKxcept Sunday, tevo. irnr»
Dubiiane Chiuaao, Waterloo ( tß.ioarr. ts.;,-Opm
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|Eau Claire. Cblppewa "FaUa^
B:ooana|. .Milwaukee and Chicago... B:lsaa
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Extra Strength.
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Power, Lost Manhood.
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$1 a box; sis for $5. withav^Qtag/
wi'itt«n jjnsrs
•^•P-F-ORE o - ! ? lrd !I> "" a3 "* ' *■ B " ° Vi r!^v- 'J
M. E. Coan, Clarendon Drug Store, Bth & W»
b*»ha. & W. S. Getty. 848 Hobert gL. St. Paul
sSfifbnfl KB woman tola
m«S S IBWbP 1 HI v ©»tifrate our special
Sw 3 sB??3S 11 «y«em of tresttment
II Vlllhll eombluin? Klec
trlelfr and •;.• 1
cllns. Call or write for particulars.
State Electro-Medical Institute,
301 Hennepln Ay., Minneapolis Minn.
BTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey — District Court, Second Judi
cial District.
In the matter of the receivership of An
thony W. Sonnen.
Notice is hereby given that Anthony W.
Sonnen was, by an order and decree of
the District Court of Ramsey County,
adjudged and declared to be insolvent,
■which said order bears date the 28th day
of March, A. D. 1898. and that the un
dersigned was by said order duly ap
pointed receiver of said Anthony W.
Sonnen and of all his property, not ex
empt by law, for the benefit of all his
creditors without preference.
All his creditors claiming to obtain
benefit under said receivership must flla
with the undersigned-
Dated St. Paul, Minnesota. April 26th,
A. D. 1899.
LAWRENCE I. CASSERLY,
Receiver, Union Brack, St. Paul. Minn.
W. H. McDonnld
Attorney for Receiver.-

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