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¥%& i*s. Aubr-y Tyson in "Ellack and White."* o)\)) $% (J' A-br'-y Tyson in "Black and White'.")'^ -^ '[' ■ '"'^^j^U] w^jw>(V Ks^s^Fr_\ -<r^t? ooTQffl^. *-vfyV ' 7z?l__X7yiLz^/ffs)> Arthur Singleton was being re-. ' f us?3. the logical outcome of propos- 1 ing -t p Miss . Berkley after an •>" quaintance of barely three w"'*vs. _**■__ hi nmore, the young lady, no less ( c;..i?p.: :.s'.br.ule' than beautiful had deemed it ; advisable to sags st. Cot : tli*** own sake, ;'.-..:: hi.3 visits should , cease, until he could regard h*r mere- ■. ly as a faithful ft tend who, though < i >:c:'!i. him highly, did not love him and could never be his wife. * "Is It not- better ■'.'" sii-- ha 1 ( asked. "After what has now passed , :li£Cw£en vs — you are as sincere in * your profession of regard for me as 1 believe you are — my apparent! lack , of; reciprocal s.thtimen't, being day by i day iqip.ri .-;.. i upon you, must neces- ; sarily cause you tin." I Now. had Singleton been an or- i ulnary man, t'.iis (gentle, though firm- < ly expressed," negative would have ' been -sufficient to cbnviincS him of the ' utiter hopelessness of his suit; but ' Single-ton was not an ordinary man. of he would not have replied as he did. \ ""And in requesting me to cease my - visits are you not. Miss Berkl y, act- ] tia-ted by a. fear of the consequence i of. their continuance — to yourself?" i "i don't und . ?taind you," said Miss i "Berkley, looking alt him quickly. She 1 saw a faint smile playing about the <. aec's of his mouth, but in her sur- ' pris? she failed to observe how grim ; , .-.- is. ; "1 mean." returned Mr. Singleton. ! • "I mean." returned Mr. Singleton, I ■ '".".at. having formed the resolution ; not to love me. are you not fearful ' lest a prolonged acquaintance would ' compel you to accept me as a hus band?" An expression of blank astonish- \ . ment overspread Miss Berkley's . features; then a flush of pardonable j « indignation mantled her brow. ' • "i must confess myself a dull ob- \ ' server of human nature, Mr. Single- i '. tun. for during the three weeks I ! have known you I was not aware | , thai egotism was dominant in your I i Character.*.' ' i ' "V.'i y not say 'confidence?' But no ' matter-— call it what you will. Tour j manner plainly indicates, however, that you think the very idea of my being able to shake your resolution ; is absurd. I will prove it is not." i < ""How?" asked Miss Berkley, sar- !' castically. ' ""By winning you for a wife against your will." -, ; "Oh, indeed." j "The surprise is unique, I'll con- j I fess," continued the imperturbable . Singleton. "Let us make it more so. ; . You like bon-bons, do you not? Well, j I am especially desirous of having you select a bookmark for me. Now, ; I will wager a box of bon-bons against a bookmark that three j months from today you will accept t me as a husband subject, however, J to certain conditions." j '. "And the conditions, please?" The j, smile on Miss Berkley's lips would ■ i in all probability have discouraged ! any one else, but Singleton did not ' seem to mind it in the least. . "First, that you continue to re- j ceive me as you have lately; sec- ! ; ondly, that at the expiration of the ; ', three months you will give me an i , opportunity to repeat my proposal, and that you will then give me all definite answer." I "Very well; I accept the wager " ami grant the conditions." They shook hands; then Single- : ton withdrew. As Singleton left the room a change ' touched the features of Miss Berkley; her face flushed, she stamped her foot, and clenched her fists in such a manner that the thumbs were be- i tween fingers and palms — ominous ! *** i sign in a woman. j . "Why. the impudent, egotistical : : wretch!" she exclaimed. "The — the I ' oh, but I'll humble him." j '■ To the credit of Miss Berkley, be I ' it said, she adhered conscientiously j to the terms of her compact with Mr. I Singh The gateps and the doors and \ even certain windows in the Berkley • ' establishment yawned whenever he was j pleased to enter, and day by day the I spider's parior became more familiar to the self-invited fiy. j ! ':.-. Berkley was not slew in de- 1 term in ing 'Hi her ities. Slowly and ' < laboriously would Mr. Singleton be permitted to climb heavenward, then ' p she would suddenly hurl him down. J « She. therefore, began to manifest aj; profound interest in poetry of a sen- J limental nature. Singleton, who was; an excellent reader, tendered his ser-; vices, which Miss Berkley graciously j • accepted. The young lady could not j J deny that his voice war; wonderfully I sympathetic; but then, she reasoned, ' good as he was. there must surely ox- Ist men who were better readers than Mr. Singleton. So she listened, and he I read the poetrc— Browning and Swin- 1 hurne ami Shelley and any number of j others. Sometimes, after having read ' a canto or two, Singleton would be- ■ come fatigued, .then they would talk,! arid Miss Berkley usually contrived! to find seme pretext that appeared ' reasonable, for disagreeing with nearly j ' everything in tbe form of an aphorism ! ; that emanated if rom Mr. Singleton. j Thus through -" the long summer af- ' tc moons they rowed together, .talked ; together and drowsed together, till at i length Miss Berkley reached the con-: elusion that "Mr. Singleton was deriv ing rather more satisfaction from her j society than Ik- deserved. She conse- 1 quently -resolved to give him a pre- I lii: iaa-y hurl into the abyss of blight-! od — just to see how ho would be |1 likely to look when the three months j had expired and ho had tho bon-bons | to buy. About th!?; time Lady Plymp- j ton -gave a. hall/In honor of the home- i coming of her son, Capt. George, who i had for several years served her ma- i jesly in a military capacity in India.] Singleton besought of Miss Berkley tho j privilege of escorting her, to the unc- '• : ■tion, and it was accorded him; but i when he besought of her the further i : privilege of Inscribing his name on her j dancing card in five or six places, his. "hopes were dashed by the intimation ! thai he would be restricted to two. - /..-' ;;. After 'heir first measure they senar- ' at i. Miss Berkley was then . appro- printed by the hero of the evening, ! Car.it. George Plympton,. whose atten- • tions to her for the next few hours! were conspicuous enough to excite '• , comment. It was also apparent that! Miss Berkley found the young officer I fascinating, as he found her, and it was a moot question among the specu- ! ' lailve whether or not Miss Berkley. j hud ever treated man so graciously' j"* before. . Y'*'""' But where whs Singleton? O**,, Singleton was dancing with Mrs. I Colchester; a charming widow, young, handsome, witty arid rich. He. devoted I "himself to her. pnd she reciprocated his ! manifestation of devotion. Each of j them fairly reveled in the society of | the other. At, ' last. they *. disappeared. People wondered, Miss' Berkley among | them, what hail 'become Of- them. | Capt. George alone was without* curi osity; he would not have given a clank of his saber for the knowledge. ~:Y,.Y By-and-by Capt. George proposed to j Miss Berkley that they should "sit out"' j one of the dances, He. knew of such j a charming place— a little alcove, half way up stairs— wouldn't she come? Well, she was a little fatigued, and ] thought she would— and did. But they I did not Sit in. that., little alcove, . for t'^ere they found Mr. Singleton and Mrs. Colchester. They all nodded pleas antly to one another, and Capt. George and Miss Berkley, "sat it out" some where else. " In consequence of this j Miss Berkley has since consistently and emphatically maintained that a bachelor who deliberately flirts with a widow in the presence of an assembly of respectable* people is a social abom ination and should be repressed. This Introduction of third and fourth parties Into the Singleton-Berkley tournament wrought a new phase in the relations of the first and second parties, and each of the latter now began to mis trust the motives of the other. Was Miss Berkley really in love with Capt. Plympton? Was Mr. Singleton sincere in his professed adoration for Mrs. Col- - Chester? Well, the three months had nearly expired i all would soon be known. Miss Berkley was resolved, however, that the egotist should not thus lightly escape his well-merited punishment If she could prevent it. In the circum stance only one thing was to lie done, and she did It. Capt. George was re tained as a foil wherewith to parry the widow-thrusts of Mr. Singleton; but the amiability aparently inspired by ('apt. George at the ball was also extended to the man destined to select the bon-bons. Never before had Sin gleton found her so gentle, so graceful, so sympathetic, so lovable. He was enchanted, and his attentions to Mrs. Colchester began to lose much of their ardor and persistency. But when he observed that Capt. George was simi larly rewarded by there manifestations of awakened affection he became at once chagrinned and distressed. His calls on Miss Berkley became less fre quent, the widow was neglected, 'his male friends began to know him better, and the extermination of game-birds. appeared now to become the prevail ing motive of his life. In this manner the last two weeks passed away. The morning' of the 11th of September dawned clear and bright. This was the day. on which Fate, in vited by Singleton, was to preside at the Interview which should determine the future relations of Miss Berk ley and her egotistical wooer. Singleton went shooting; Miss Berk ley remained at home. Singleton, in the fields, confessed that he never before had such execra ble luck with his gun". Miss Berkley, in the library, acknowledged. that nev er before had the hours seemed so tardy and so unpromising of better things. Was Singleton coming, or wasn't he? Well, he knew what her answer would be, so there was really no necessity for his appearing. Still. she believed in the man adhering to his word, no matter what the conse quences. These were her reflections in the morning. In the afternoon she wondered just how much Singleton cared for that Colchester woman. Per haps he was calling on her then. What was there in Mr. Singleton that pleased Mrs. Colchester? " She did not know, and tried to ascertain by . comparing Singleton with some other young men of her acquaintance. She recalled his words, actions, mental and physical characteristics, habits, virtues and those vices which she had contrived to unearth. The result was that she thought a great deal about 'Singleton that afternoon; but why did the man not come? She was growing impatient about something.- Was it Singleton's delay? Certainly not. She would not care in the least If she never saw him again. There she stopped —to think this over a little more. She wondered how he would act and look and feel after it was all over. About '. o'clock she began to feel unwell— a sort of nervous attack, she thought. That was the reason she had occasional crying spells. The per sistency of these attacks made her ir ritable. That was the reason she scold ed the maid who announced Capt. George Plympton. She was not at home to Capt. George today. At 5 o'clock the maid tremblingly informed her that Mr. Singleton had called. Should she tell him Miss Berkley was not at home? No, she should not. So Singleton came In, and had the bad form to lay his hat, stick and gloves on the drawing room table. As they seated themselves each was conscious of a sense of restraint. For several moments both were silent. Then Miss Berkley made an attempt to open conversation by asking her suitor if he had been shooting, and if shooting was good this year as it had been last year. Singleton admitted he had been shooting and that game was about as plentiful as It had been the year be fore. They next attempted to discuss the merits of "Trilby," but this topic proved as short-lived as the previous one had been ; so after two or three more ineffectual efforts to appear at ease they* relapsed into an uncomforta ble silence. "Miss Berkley," began Singleton. The critical moment was at hand. Single ton's face was pale, and his gaze sought Miss Berkley's eyes. She appeared to have become suddenly interested in the texture of a rug at her feet, and her fingers toyed nervously with the fringe on. the arms of her chair. Dame Fate had reported for duty. . •: -7. -' ' "Miss Berkley, three months ago, aft er having known you only three weeks, I asked you to be my wife. - You re fused me. We have now. knowri7"each other for nearly four months, have had ampis'time to reconsider what we then said. I have reflected-serious ly on what I am about to say, and having during the past three months learned to regard -you more earnestly and devotedly. than before, I will now take the liberty of repeating'- my pro posal. Will you be my,. wife?" 7; ---- Miss Berkley rose, and, with averted face, made her way slowly towards the window. Singleton rose also, * but did not follow her. Thus for several mo ments they stood- in silence.'^ Why did wot the lady answer, him? Surely -the egotist was at her- mercy now. One little word the j simplest in the.- lan guage — would humble all his conceit and satisfy her curiosity. She had but to speak that word and turn her head to see how Arthur Singleton would look In the presence of defeat. Why did she not say it? * ' ' * •'■ '— -' _\ -.•"'}"■'- The little onyx clock on. the mantel ticked joyously— tick after tick— until sixty were told. Then it started on another sixty. • '•'. 7 •" 7"• 7. '"-1" « "You do not answer me," said Sin gleton quietly. .-[-..- ._/*" '7' •..'■'■'. -777 Ah, but she did! A moment, later he had his answer. It came gently— was scarcely more than a whisper— i but It came. . ,;'."." .-.'■?! '••■" ' ; '-'"*£; "Na." Will you try it again. Singleton, or Will you try it again. Singleton, -or have you had enough? Not so irresist ible with the ladies as you thought, eh. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. Singleton? Well, go liny a box of bon bons—the bespt." that can be bought— there's. a good, fellow. She won them fairly. Miss Berkley still continued to gaze out of the window.' Dhl She won der how. singleton looked now? No, she had licit turned her eyes In his di rection, but she knew. /IBs- face was pale, his lips were compressed and there was an "expression of overwhelm ing disappointment In his eyes. She knew.- It nil.''" ■ Singleton' advanced and extended his .hand.- How-it came.. to pass that hers found a place in , his she never knew. But she will /never forget that. smile which she then saw on Singleton's lips. It was* not a cheer ful one. Y';V7 V "-YY 7 ■ "I have tost;"". -faltered Singleton. "Good-bye.";- /'* ■'.- ■ '.'7~'~~ ■ ■':■ ■ • "Good bye." exclaimed Miss Berkley softly, in a tone of surprise. '.'•'.'■ ' "Yes, good bye," - he returned. "Three months ago* you said that a re jected lover would find it .difficult -.to maintain the position of a disinterested friend with respect to the woman he loves. I ,did not brieve you then, but in the course of three months a man may leant many bitter truths.- I new admit that you were right." Miss Berkley smiled. Singleton . thought it was a smile of triumph, and leased her hand. - --.. '■-.-■ - "Come and see me tomorrow after noon," said Miss Berkley gently, as Singleton turned away. ': "I start for Paris in the morning," replied Singleton a trifle coldly. '"For Paris:" exclaimed Miss Berkley, whose features now wore a. startled expression. "Yes, I shall join some friends : of mine there, ami travel the continent a bit." Singleton turned toward the" table, and appropriating his hat, gloves and walking slick, started for the door. But Miss Berkley was at the door, and what is more she had her back against it— thus cutting off his retreat. "I'll not let you go until you prom ise to call on me tomorrow," pouted the lady. '"I have said that I leave for Paris in the morning." "Then postpone your departure. Will you call tomorrow?" "Pi rhap3," said Singleton, after some hesitation. "That is no promise," replied his fair captor, stamping a dainty foot pet ulantly. A dark flush mantled Singleton's brow, and there was an ominous gleam In his eyes. "I beg of you to let me pass.Miss Berkley," he- said 7. with frigid polite ness. ' : '■:■'■ "Don't be angry with me, Mr. Sin gleton." -: That Singleton was angry it would have been fain to deny. He felt that, being beaten, he should at least have been permitted to depart with the hon ors of war. He laid his hand on the knob of the door, and a moment later felt Miss Berkley's hand fall gently upon it. "You need not send me those bon bons. Mr. Singleton," faltered the lady, as her eyes sought the well-handled but insensible knob; then, as Single ton remained silent, she looked up and realized for the first time in her life that the face of an angry man is no pleasant object. A profile view may be interesting to a student of human nature, perhaps, but a full-faced view should be avoided when practicable. Miss Berkley now confronted the full face presentment, and didn't find it al together agreeable. "If you will leave me your address. I'll— l'll send you the bookmork by post," she said a little feebly. Then, withdrawing her hand from the door knob, she continued: "You may go now*,, if you want to, Mr Singleton." ■ Having ■ thus spoken, Miss Berkley abandoned her position at the door, and made her way dejectedly towards the window. Singleton for a few moments looked as if he had taken leave his senses. . .' "Do you mean—" he exclaimed. "I mean that I haven't much confi dence in your ability to select bon bons, still it would have been graceful ln you to have let me win them— would it not?" and she turned towards him saucily. Singleton, dropping his hat, stick and gloves, -rushed across the floor, and clasping the lady in his arms, ho-"? well, he kissed her, and she let him.- TO SAX FRANCISCO!! 3 XIGHTS Via <<Tlte North-Western Line.*'*' Every night in the week fast Cali fornia train leaves Minneapolis via "The North- Western Line" 7:20; St. Paul 7:53, landing passengers in San Francisco third day 8:45 p. m., Los Angeles next day 10 a. m., or a whole night quicker into San Francisco, and a whole day and night quicker into Los Angeles than 's possible by any other existing line. All meals en route served In Dining Cars and Pullman's finest sleepers to both cities. Every Thursday night, as heretofore, a Pullman Tourist Sleeper leaves Min neapolis, 7:20: St. Paul, 7:55, and runs through to San Francisco and Los An geles. For tickets and further infor mation about the best line for all class es of passengers to California, call on agents, 395 Robert street, corner Sixth, St. Paul: 13 Nicollet House Block, Min neapolis, or union depots in both cities., BRITISH DUTY OX FLOUR. Salisbury Will Consider an Ex- port Bounty on Wheat.: "• V LONDON, Nov. 27.— Marquis ■ of Salisbury, replying to a letter in which the writer points out that during the past ten years the country has spent £32,000,000 on imported wheat and flour, and that the import of flour instead of wheat had re- sulted in a loss of £18,000,000, promises to consider the writer's suggestion regarding the, payment of a bounty to wheat growers, and the admission of wheat free, while a duty is planned • for imported flour. .... .-.,/, ... '• ** ■ To California "Wltliont Changs To Oil I torn in "Without Change - -via "The Milwaukee.*-"- -" '. On every Saturday during the winter, an elegant Pullman Tourist Sleeper will leave Minneapolis (8:25 a. m.), St. Paul (8:33 a. m.), and arrive Los An- geles, California, at 6:30 p. m. follow- ing Wednesday. "Via "The Milwaukee's" famous "Hed- rlck Route" to Kansas City, thence via the A., T. & S. F. Ry. through South- crn California.-, A most delightful winter route to tho coast. Quicker time ls made via this routs between St. Paul and Minneapolis and California than via any other line. Rate per double berth, $6.00 through from St. Paul and Minneapolis. . i Leave St. Paul and Minneapolis every Saturday morning, arriving Los An- geles every Wednesday afternoon. For berths, complete Information, and lowest rates, apply to "The Mil- waukee" agents, St. Paul or Minneap olis, or address —J. T. Conley, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt, St. Paul, Minn. ADRIFT EN AX OPEN BOAT. Tiik'n Searching- for Survivors of a Wrecked Ship. KILRUSH, Ire., Nov. 27.— A tug has gone in search of the missing boat con taining eleven men belonging to the American ship Belle O'Brien, Cap tain' Colly, from San Francisco for Queens town, which foundered off the coast of Ireland. The boat was sighted 7 off ; Loophead and was driven seaward by adverse winds. Six survivors of the Belbe O'Brien reached Kerry Head on Saturday. 77/77 Yr'-'Y; KILLIXG A niRD. How the Act Affected n Hoy Willi ii Toy Gun. Youth's Companion. j A ten-year-old boy, of Newtonvllle, was given a toy gun by his father, who laughingly promised him a dollar for every crow he would shoot. Highly elated with his gun, and sail- I guine of earning a small fortune by'j shooting crows, the young sportsman j spent the greater part of ten days in | a field watching for the birch). Not a crow came near him, greatly to his' , disappointment, and-' he reported his ; ill success to his father, who said, to | comfort him: "Well, never mind the crows, I'll give you half a dollar for any kind of a bird you can shoot." I "Early the next morning the boy, gun in hand, took up his position in the back yard to watch for sparrows.-^ A half-dozen or more unwary birds i«oon appeared to pick up the crumbs that he had thrown out to lure them within reach of a shot. At a move ment on his part the sparrows rose, and the boy fired. One of the birds was hit and fell to the ground, where it lay for a minute, fluttering Its wings, and then became motionless. ' The boy went forward, picked it up, and looked at it. The poor little head hung limp the shot had broken the sparrow's neck. For a mo ment the boy stood contemplating the dead creature In his hand;, then he turned and fled to the house. . .-.->:. "Oh. I've killed it! I've killed it, mamma!" he cried in a, shocked tone. "It can't fly any more!" and all that day his lament was, "Oh, I wish I hadn't done It!" His father, who had not supposed the boy in any danger of hitting a bird, tried to solace him with the half-dollar and suggestions of what might be bought with it. "No, papa," was his sorrowful an swer, "I don't want it. I wish I could make the sparrow live again. I never thought it would be like that to kill a bird!" , "And," said his father, in concluding the story, "I was more pleased at the tender feeling my boy displayed than I should have been had he become the best shot in the state." THAXATOPSIS. New York World. I'm doomed! Alas, the death-knell soon I'll hear, ■ Y. V And all will then be over. I was born To grace the banquet with my ample presence, To bring good cheer, and give my ; worthy self To make the merry guests full merrier. For I'll be full of chestnuts by that time, And none but' shall be pleased to down - them, too. : With thankful grace. I shall for once be given . •■'••"■. The .seat, of honor at the noble feast And be the 'cynosure of every eye, The jjuest of honor. ' Yes, so popular I'll bo to one -and all, and they'll de . .. your. no . My presence with a most flattering greed! . .. And tho' when through this sweet or- deal 1"! be Scarcely as winsome to the eye, what matters? ■'■ *; I shall. not care so very much, I ween By that time. Thus 1 have not lived in vain. '.". '" I know full "many ' mortals who were born To no such noble destiny and who * Will gather- such cheer and merri ment ~ •7 . At the'.r own funeral. So, I'm content. I Although the thought of death is not • so pleasant. To die for such a glorious cause is sweet, And tho' no fame of martyr shall be writ .'** .-.'■'..•* ./-.,' Upon a pompous tombstone at my :' ■■ -. head, i '.-' 'Tis one dear thought that while full ■ many live , - •.* In hearts they leave behind them when ••- they die, i_i --, _--7- 7 . I'll in their stomachs be content to reign *■* "-"■ - * And give them- many blessings. So farewell! - ■-.-;.■ .-.. ■*-...;. -,-. :«." 'Tis sweet to die that others here may live, .-, And feel ; that ■ others profit in - yOur j .;,-death;p::i;i2K ■'■■'■ "ts^"."*-'"'' •''•« -'*_-•» 'Twas , so with Julius - Caesar and- Na • ' poleon, .'- •. ■- ,•:•:.■•**•' And why not so with him who signs : himself. "'■;*" 7 With humblest compliments. —A Big Fat Turkey. MffiU ■ EASIER "WITH MADAGASCAR.. France Will Modify the Terms of : the Treaty. PARIS, Nov. 27— minister of foreign affairs made a statement in the chamber of deputies today in regard to Madagascar, reciting the intentions of the government for the administration of that island as al ready told, and adding that, though the government did not intend to repudiate the conviction arrived at, its terms would be modified before being finally submitted to the cham ber, in order to avoid the possibility of any misconstruction of certain points. M. Robi, the late premier, protested that Minister Bartholo's statement in- regard to the modifica tions to be made in the treaty were not clear and asked the government to submit documents in the case to the chamber of deputies. Other speakers complained that the state ments made by M. Bartholo were not clear. . A motion to impeach the late min isters for alleged mismanagement BIDS FOR BONDS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Independent School District, Village of Morris, Ste- yens Co., Minn., will receive sealed bids for $6,000 ten year school bonds, inter- est not to exceed 6 per cent and to be paid annually. Bids will be received by the Secretary until 8 a. m. Monday, December 2d, 1895, and be acted upon at the regular meeting to be held at the residence of Mrs. H. S. Judson at 9 a. m. of that day. The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. - .... ..-_-• - Morris, Minn., Nov. 20th, '95. ' ' LOUIS THOELE. Secretary.- Notice of Appointment of Re-.. ■-. ceiver. i- STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY of -Le Sueur— ss. District Court - Eighth Judicial District '.'■ In the matter of the appointment of. a receiver of Carl Hartwig and A^ 'Gabrielson, Insolvent. At city of Le' Sueur, the 9th day of November,' . 1895. . 1 The undersigned hereby gives notice ' of his appointment as receiver of CarL Hartwig and A. Gabrielson, of the village of Waterville, In the countyl of Le Sueur and state of Minnesota,'* who have been adjudged insolvent one the petition of creditors B. McGovern,} and others under the provisions of chapter 148 of the General Laws of the.,' State of Minnesota for the year 1881. " All creditors claiming to obtain ben-' efits of said act are required to file; their claims with the undersigned within twenty (20) days after the publi- cation of this notice. P. O'LEARY, !9 Receiver of Carl Hartwig and A. Ga'e brlelson, Insolvent -ii Dated the 18th day of November, 1895. P. J. KIR WIN, Attorney for Receiver. Notice of Assignment. Notice is hereby given that H. W. Deike and Emil Pust, doing business at the city of Faribault, county of Rice, state of Minnesota, under the firm name of the Blue Front Cash Grocery Company, have by deed dated the 23d day of November, 1895, made an assignment of all their, and each of their, -unexempt property to the un- dersigned of said Faribault, for the equal benefit of all their bona fide creditors who shall file releases of their respective claims, in conformity to the provisions of chapter one hundred and forty-eight of the General Laws of the State of Minnesota for the year 1881 . and the amendments thereto. All claims must be verified and presented to the j undersigned for allowance within such time as the court shall by order pro- vide, which time may be for cause ex- tended..- . -■' &;-; - i Dated November 25, 1895. 7 -"-*■*'•-- P. F. RUGE, Assignee, I •:.:»;■■ Faribault, Minnesota. J Liverpool.' ■'.■... LIVERPOOL, Nov. 28.— Wheat-^Spot U YIORPOoy, Nov. 28.— Wheat— Spot quiet; demand poor; No. 2. red winter, W 2d; No. 2 red spring, "stocks ex hausted; No. I hard Manitoba,* stocks i exhausted; No. 1 California; >5s 3d. Futures closed steady, with December, ■"•id lower and other months *4d lower; November, 5s 2d; December, 5s l%d; January. 5s- 2>/--d ; February,' ' 5s 3d;' March, 5s 3*fid; April, 5s 4"4 d. ' Corn— Spot steady; American mixed, 3s 4y.d. Futures closed steady at. V4d lower. . , *>■' Hi: of England's Weekly. ' 1 "LONDON, Nov. 28.— The weekly. statement of the Bank of England, is- sued- today, shows the following "changes as compared with the previous ' [account: Total reserve, increased, £1, - circulation, increased, £28,000; jMilllon, Increased. £1,067.288; other se curities, increased, £963,000; other de- posits, decreased. £316.000; public de- posits,. lncreased, £380,000; notes reserve, increased, £1,007,000. Government se- . curities unchanged. The proportion of the Bank of England's reserved to lia ■ bil'ty, which was last week 57.60 per j cent, is now 59.33 per cent. The Bank •■of, England's rate of discount remains [unchanged at 2 per cent. . . ..... 'R.M. NEWPORT & SON; INVESTMENT BANKERS, . Loan Money on Improved Property in St. Paul and Minneapolis V..C -7; at ■"..:."- ■ 5 and .-6% "On or Before" 5 and 6°/0 "On or Before" New Pioneer Press Bids;. Keevc building ST. HAUL. MINNEAPOLIS 1 7 ole — Our mortgages are not made payable in gold.: ©. H. SMITH & ©©. V7Y'.; J New York Stock Exchange, . VemhP- J New York btock Exchange. "■..ember ' chiCBKO Board of Trade. fffcoks-. Fends, Grain. Provision** and C tiler. Private wires to Kew York and Chi cago. 202 Pioneer Press Bids;., St. Paul,' Mi uu ABSTRACTS OF TITLE ABSTRACTS DF TITLE And Lists of Property Owned '" by Any Individual Furnished. THE ST. PAUL TITLE IHSUBBNCE& TRUST CO. f™ LIVE STOCK M ROGERS COUSIN ™- sogers commission es- E.li. PROUTY & CO. I LIB STOCK liiiii 11 nion Stock Yards, Soutii St. Pau I* nloii Stock Yards, South St. Pau CUNNINBHHin 1 HUBS Live Stock Commission. -th} Union Stock Yards, South -St;l Paul, arid ■ " -'■■■ Minnesota Transfer.!:'.'',- --• ~h ! Michael Doran. James lMtran. " M. Doran «& Go. Bankers and Brokers; 311 Jackson St., St. Paul,fl_inn. of the French force .at j Antanarivo was rejected by a vote of -470 to 43, and M. Cadet's '* motion, approving of the declaration of the govern- ment, was adopted, 426 to 54. M. Bartholo promised to issue a yellow book on Madagascar shortly. t"?n^.'t"-:'"' .'•■""'■ : == I'^y.l ",";.:."'."*- WHEREAS, ."DEFAULT 7H AS 7 &EEN . WHEREAS, DEFAULT HAS SEEN made in the conditions of a certain Mortgage, executed and delivered by Walter W. Ife and Louisa Ward Ife, his wife, both of St. Paul, Minnesota, mortgagors, to Richard W. H. Brad- ley, of St. Paul, Minnesota, mortgagee, dated the 10th day of August, A. D. eighteen hundred and •* eighty-seven, and recorded in the offlce of the Regis ter of Deeds of the County of Ramsey, in the State of Minnesota, on the 17th day of August, A. D. 1887, at 11:55 o'clock a. m., in Book 127 of Mortgages, on pages 323 to 326, on which there is claimed to be due. at the date. of this I notice, the amount of four thousand four hundred and fourteen dollars and ten cents ($4,414.10); and no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt se- cured by said mortgage or. any part thereof. And whereas, said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Richard W. H. Bradley to Simon Cameron, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,' by assign- ment, dated the 10th day of December, A. D. 1887, and recorded in the office of said Register of Deeds, on. the 10th day of December, A. D. 1887, at 4 o'clock p. m.. in Book Q .of Assign- ments, on oage 547; . Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and pur- suant to the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged premises therein described,- and- the ' said mortgaged) premises will be sold by the sheriff of said County. of Ram- sey at public auction, to the highest bidder therefor, for cash/at the front door, on Cedar street, • of the-. Court House, in the City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey and State of Mm nesota, on Saturday, the 7th day of December, A. D. 1895, at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said -mort- gage, with the interest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and seven- ty-five collars attorney's fees; as stipu lated in said mortgage in case of fore- closure. The premises described in said mort- gage, and to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and known and described -as follows, to-wit: •> " •'..-.' - ' The north thirty-five (35) feet of Lot numbered four (4) in the Sisters of the Good Shepherd's subdivision of part of Block numbered sixty-eight (08)-. of Ir- vine's Enlargement to Rice and Ir- vine's Addition to St. Paul, according ■to the recorded plat thereof on file in the office of the Register of Deeds in and. for said county of. Ramsey. . ■ ! JAMES DONALD CAMERON, . *! WAYNE MAC VEIGH. 3 fJ. MONTGOMERY FORSTER and i . t JOHN H. WEISS, ... Executors under the last will and tes tament of Simon Cameron, deceased, ' the said Mortgagee. ._*;-,; James H. Foote, Attorney of said Ex f ;ecutors, St. Paul, Minn V 7 J Dated October 23d, 1895. : l ■■■■■■■■ . ■■ ■ ' . . .' '■■' .■ ■" I ■ !■ = ""Notice OF mortgage fore 's CLOSURE SALE— A mortgage with a flower of sale, . made by James H. yj^oomis and Nettie "V. Loomis. his ,'wife, to William F. Peet, dated Sep tember 22, 1890, and recorded in the '"Register of Deeds' offlce of Ramsey . cpunty, Minnesota, September 27, 1890, , sit 3:30 o'clock p. m., in Book 244 of Nlortgages, on pages 42 to 45, and by the said William F. Peet assigned to ■Emerson W. Peat by an instrument of i assignment, dated April 30th, 1891, and ..recorded lit" said Register of Deeds' .Office on the day last named, at 2:50 o'clock p. m., in Book "V" of Assign- ments, at page 590, and subsequently, to-wlt, on May Sth, 1891, assigned by the said Emerson W. Peet to Mary Ann Porter by an instrument of as- signment, recorded in the said Regis ter of Deeds' office on May 15th, 1891, at 3:45 o'clock p. m., in Book "V" of Assignments, at pages 598 and 599, will be foreclosed by public sale of the mortgaged premises, situated in said county, to-wlt: Lot numbered live (5), in block numbered three (3), of Frank- lin Addition to Saint Paul, according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the offlce of the Register of Deeds ln and for said county of Ram- sey, to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage, which now is fifteen hun- dred and sixty-four dollars and forty- five cents, together with an attorney's fee of $75 and the costs and disburse- ments of said sale as allowed by law. Said sale will be made by the sheriff of said county at the Cedar street main "entrance to the Court House and City Hall, in the City of St. Paul, in said county, on Friday, the 27th day of De- cember, 1895, at ten o'clock a. m. ' ■ Dated November 14, 1895.* '" YY: ' MARY ANN PORTER, * Assignee of Mortgagee. AMBROSE TIGHE, Her Attorney. II ffjj ITS SITUATIONS OFFERED. Male. • AGENTS— MaIe and female every- where to take orders -for- the best i • Christmas goods ever out; profit big; • use part or all your time. Apply at "once to the American, Patent Market and Novelty Works, 279 Williams st., , St; Paul, Minn. (Inventors remem j ber this address). ■ ■ . . ■- . 'AGENTS— A snap for you, $95.00 week .' : ly, $5,000 yearly; no experience re- quired; failure impossible; our scheme a new one; particulars free. j Address P. O. Box 5308, Boston, Mass. I AGENTS— S6O to $150 salary paid sales- I men for cigars; experience not neces ■ sary; ' extra inducements to custom-' . era Bishop & Kline, St. Louis, Mo. '. ARTISTS— Wanted, six good crayon , artists; must understand air brush; . steady employment; good wages. .Hub Portrait Co., 631 First ay. south, j Minneapolis, Minn. I ..,..—-. > ■ . : BOYS— Wanted, ten boys; apply at 8:30 a. m. today. Schuneman &■ Evans.-" CLERK— Wanted, grocery clerk to go . in business; no capital required; send stamp. Box 366, St. Joe, Mo. ':'*. PIANO PLAYER— Wanted for saloon; no objection to color. Address J. E. Levers, Aberdeen, S. D. •• ■' ' "-" - . SALESMEN to take orders and col- . lect. $50 bond, signed by a business firm, required. Exclusive territory. $25 to $75 weekly. For particulars, ! address P. O. Box 1354, New York City. - -. -- j THE BANKERS" LIFE ASSOCIA tion, assets $1150,000; largest, strongest- and best Minnesota life company: of- fers to bright men desirable, exclu sive territory, with every facility for profitable agency. Address Douglas ■ Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul. '- YOUNG PEOPLE learn barber trade in 8 weeks at Twin City Barber Col ' lege, 110 Hennepin ay., Minneapolis; 2 good positions secured. Catalogue mailed free. : WANTED — For U. S. Army, able -7 bodied, unmarried men, between ages 1 of 21 and 30, citizens of the U. S., of good character and temperate habits, , .who can speak, read and write Eng . lish. For full information apply in person or by letter, to Recruiting Offi cer, 34 East Seventh St., St. Paul, or -324 >i» First ay. south, Minneapolis, : Minn, .". .■,*■■"* ■ '■' '■ ■ 77- ..* $75.00 BEDROOM SUIT for $27.50 at 21 ' and 24 East Seventh st. •f:>Y FEMALES. AGENTS— Wanted, lady agents every- where; read the first advertisement '■ under "Male Help Wanted." HOUSEWORK- Wanted, girl for gen- : eral housework at 659 Conway St. : • BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE— A drug stock of $1,500 in a FOR SALE— A drug stock of $1,500 in a growing town of Southern Minnesota; i population 1,000; good reasons for ■ selling. N. Johnson, New Richland, ' Minn. - .-.. ■■•-.. - . INCREASE YOUR INCOME by care- ; ful speculation by mail through a responsible firm of large experience • and great success. Will send you particulars free, showing how a small amount of money can be easily mul tiplied by successful speculation in grain. Highest bank references. Op- ' portunities excellent. Pattison & Co., ; Bankers and Brokers, 83 Omaha ■ " Building. Chicago. FOR SALE. CARPETS 10 cents a yard. 22 and 24 East Seventh st. • - - • BARGAINS IN PIANOS— I Emerson upright, cost $350, only $175; 1 Guild upright, cost $400, for $150; 1 Match- less Shaw, cost $425, shopworn, only ■ $325; other 'great bargains; $10 down I and $5 to $10 monthly; the lowest . prices in the United States on fine ! new upright : pianos. Call or write | S. W. Raudenbush & Co., 14 West ' Sixth st. . - BOARD OFFERED. BOARD OFFERED. FOR SALE— $75.00 bedroom suit for $27.50 at 22 and 24 East Seventh st. .". PROFESSIONAL. MRS. DR. REARDON removed to 391 ' North Exchajige St., corner Sixth; i baths, Turkish, electric, tub and vapor. 9 to 9, Including Sundays. CLAIRVOYANT. CLAIRVOYANT. MRS. ALICE AUSTlN— Clairvoyant, ■ card reader; ladies, 25 cents; gentle- men, 50 cents. 16 West Exchange. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY of Morrison— District Court, Sev enth Judicial District. In the matter of the assignment of j Hans Olson, insolvent. : Notice is hereby given. That Hans Olson, of Royalton, in said County and State, has by deed in writing, dated November 27, 1895, made a general as signment to the undersigned of all his property not exempt by law from levy and sale on execution for the benefit of all his creditors, without preferences, who shall file releases of their claims as provided in said deed. I All claims must be verified and pre- sented to the undersigned for allow- ance. V .'• 7 I Dated November 27, 1895. .j:?"' FRANK ARMSTRONG, ■ Y*-r: Assignee. .Royalton, Morrison County, Minn. Lindbergh, Blanchard & Lindbergh, • Attorneys for Assignee, ; Little Falls, Minn. PROPOSALS. I I .will receive bids for plumbing for I will receive bids for plumbing for my 'new building at St. James, Minn., until Dec. 10th. I will reserve the right to- reject one and all bids; specifica tions can be seen at the office of E. J. Davis & Co., No. 712 Wright Block, Minneapolis, Minn. J. N. MILLER, St. James, Minn. :-;: PROPOSALS. -I. will receive bids for steam heat for I will receive bids for steam heat for my new building' at .St. James,, Minn., until Dec. • 10th. I will reserve the right to reject one and all bids. Boiler to be 16x52; plans to be seen at E. J.. Davis & Co.'s Office, No. 712 Wright Block, Minneapolis, Minn. . J. N. MILLER, ' St. James, Minn. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY of Ramsey— District Court, Second Judicial District. •'.'"--• . In the matter of the assignment of Lucas Brothers, Insolvents. Upon reading the petition of Edwin Austrian, assignee in the above-enti tled matter, and upon examination of the final account of said petitioner, which petition and account have been duly filed, It Is ordered, That said petition be heard, and said final account be examined at a Special Term of this Court to be held on December 13, 1893, at 10 a. m., or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, "and that at said time assignee's fees and attorney's fees will be fixed, and after payment has been made by the assignee of the amount then ordered to be paid to the creditors, judgment will be ordered forthwith, without notice, discharging the assignee and his bondsmen and discharging the Insolvents from the claims of persons who have duly proved their claims and duly filed their releases herein. Let a copy of this order be mailed to each of the creditors of said insolvents at once, and to each of the insolvents, and let the same be pub- lished, for three successive weeks, on Friday of each week, ,In the St. Paul Dally Globe, a dally news paper, printed and published in said Ramsey county. . Dated November 21, 1895. ' :'* JOHN W. WILLIS, District Judge, ■ Y7>7 '■ Y-.' STATEMENT. Amount of rash received..... $474.00 Amount paid out... 39.15 Estimated expenses 176.00 I "nr nrnnipfl uiniiTn IIL. Lv LL-U ■•< I 111 HU SITUATIONS WANTED. •SITUATIONS WANTED. MALI*. ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS made and repaired; ladies' skating caps and gentlemen's" caps a specialty. Room 9, 63 East Seventh st. •" «t.'« v* t ■» .:'( ■■.'. :.'•-, BLACKSMITH— Good all-round sober blacksmith' like to have steady work anywhere.'*? Apply. 410'/^ Waba- sha St., room 14. CLERK— Work -wanted in general store; eight years' experience; good references*/ German' American. Di- rect Fred Vierllng, P. O. box 221, Shakopee, Minn. .V • CLERK— Wanted, by young man, po- sitiori-as'deliverin"? elferk'or collector, traveling companion, with an aged or invalid person; had" " experience in traveling, would rather learn some business and work myself up; can furnish city referenceand bonds. Ad- dress P. 0., General Delivery, St. Paul. .; „,- . . ,.....,.. ...... ; COOK— Situation wanted by good meat and pastry cook, city or country; ho- tel or restaurant; steady and sober: good references. .. Address Jim. 231 East Universltyav., St.. Paul. Minn. DAIRYMAN— Wanted, work on dairy farm by man well acquainted with the business. Thos. Whitten. 350 Mm nesota st. - •■■ - ■'■' "•■* ; • EMPLOYMENT— Wanted,' situation by a reliable young man in wholesale or commission house or. night watch- man, or will take any other kind of work; can furnish good reference.' Address A. J. H., 312 Cedar st. EMPLOYMENT— of seventeen wants place in private family; is a earful driver, and understands stable work and care of horses; .s bright and willing; best of references. Ad- dress 8., 274 West Third. ' PHARMACIST, registered, desires pet manent position; thoroughly ex- per .meed; can' run store and man- ufacture; highest references. Drug- gist, 349 Wabasha st. STENOGRAPHER— First-class sten ographer familiar with all details of office work desires position; can fur- nish best city references; several years' experience in legal and railroad work. Stenographer, 321 Bates ay. TEAMSTER— Wanted, situation as teamster or delivery clerk by a young married man; can give reference. Ad- dress J. J..5.. 368 Exchange st. WORK FOR BOARD— boy 15 would like a place to work for room and board. Address J. T. 8., 235 Spruce street. $75.00 BEDROOM SUIT for $27.50 at 22 and 24 East Seventh st. FEMALE. BOOKKEEPER— position by young lady as bookkeeper who can speak German and English fluently and has had several years' expe rience. , Address X 18, Globe. BOOKKEEPER— young lady wishes a place in some office where she can learn bookkeeping. Address Miss Scott, 871 Bayard ay, . ___ BOOKKEEPER — Competent young lady bookkeeper desires situation; can furnish good references. C. M., 224 St. Anthony ay. CASHIER— Any one in need of a com- petent cashier or bookkeeper please address A 15, Globe. CLERK— A young lady about eight en years of age would like a position as clerk in dry goods store. Address Miss Getz, 756 Stewart ay. "COOK— Girl wants place as cook in small family. Call at 205 Rice st. DRESSMAKING— wanted in families as dressmaker; first-class ref erences. 486 Cedar st. - HOUSEWORK— A colored lady would like a place to do housework where she can go home at night. Call at 592 Robert st. " ' " '"* HOUSEWORK— A good German girl wants a place for general housework at 307 East Seventh st. HOUSEKEEPER— Wanted, by widow lady, position ,as housekeeper. Ad- dress No. 912. Minnehaha St., St. Paul, Minn. *' * "'. _ HOUSEWORK WANTED— A. young widow would like light employment in small family, in return for board and room. Answer at once; West side prefered. Q 39, Globe. HOUSEKEEPER— Situation wanted by a young lady as housekeeper; no objection to leaving the city. Ad- dress Florence Boughton, general de- livery. St. Paul. Minn. HOUSEKEEPER— middle-aged re- spectable, lady, wishes . a place with a single gentleman as housekeeper; no objection to a couple of children. Address C. H., Housekeeper, 602 Rob- crt st. LAUNDRESS— A woman wants work every Monday as a laundress; can furnish best of references. Address 527 Broadway. NURSE— Professional nurse wishes po sition in confinement case: have had experience in all kinds of sickness; good city references. Call 142 Rondo st. OFFICE WORK— Young lady would like a position in some lawyer's office. _ Address 128 East Fourth st. '-"■:■■.- OFFICE WORK— Young lady desires OFKfCE"wOßl'^Y"oung~lady desires position in office; will take in extra work if possible. Miss M. S., 556 East Wyoming, city. SEWING— wanted by very respectable woman either for sewing and chamber work or as housekeeper. Address Mrs. Logan, Six Oaks, Olm- sted county, Minn. SEWING— An experienced dressmaker wants sewing by the day in families. Call or address 215 Rondo st. SEWlNG— Wanted, family sewing by day. 199 V*; West Seventh st. STENOGRAPHER— ThoroughIy com- petent lady stenographer, familiar with legal and railroad work, desires position; five years' experience; best city references furnished. Address i Stenographer, 321 Bates ay. i STENOGRAPHER— sten- j ographer employed afternoons wants j work for the forenoons, or all day: i best of references given. Address 333 j _Banfil st. ' j STENOGRAPHER— Lady stenogra- j pher desires a position; have had ex- | perience; own machine; can assist in books, and willing to work for a small compensation. .X 31, Globe. STENOGRAPHER— Competent sten ographer would like work: is willing to leave the city; will work for mod- crate salary; can furnish machine if necessary. B 49, Globe. STENOGRAPHER— ThoroughIy com * petent lady stenographer and type- writfet desires a position: will do sub- stituting or any temporary work: can furnish machine: 45 Germania Life. STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, employ- ment by a competent stenographer and typewriter; competent to do all kinds of general office work; can ! give best of references. Address No. ■ - -•Wilkin st TEACHER— Lady teacher with five \ years' experience iin public schools ' would like a school for the remainder of the school year. Can furnish tho ! best of recommendations, and pre- fers advanced work, but will accept •grade. work. Address Miss Mary E. Gately, . Moorhead, Minnesota. WANTED— By 'experienced woman, work in hotel or. restaurant Ad- dress H. M. W., 211 East Ninth st WANTED— Young- lady would like •position in an office, will work reason- able. Call or address, 403 Duke st. WANTED— A respectable youiw lady ■ would liko a position In an office to do light work. . Address Miss Get". 756 Stewart ay. WASHING— Woman goes out washing) ironing nnd housecleaning. Inquire at Capital Grocery, No. 32 and 34 West Fourth st. "■*■' WASHING— A lady would liko to take washing In (lie house. Call or ad- dress ftS-l Mississippi st WASHING— to go out wash- ing, Ironing and cleaning. Call at 64 Charles st. - • WASHING— woman wants to go out washing and Ironing and house clean- ing. No. 11 East Seventh st. Room 11. WASHING wanted to do at home. Mrs. Kagerer. 727 Charles at. THEATRICAL &MASQUERADE COSTUMES, wigs, boards, masks and grease point; mail orders promptly i attended to; Theater LclhißlSjl'otek. Mrs. L.. Ntltmanu. 56 East Seventh st. ! 7 HP FOR RENT. FOR RENT. HO I. SI'S. ggggf J.AV. Shepurd, !)lEn»t 4th St. J. W. Shepard, «M Ea_t 4th St. WESTS . lloiihom, .Store*,/ Office*, RENTS BtUMi Store*, Ollie. ■-, Steam-Heated Apartment*, Col- lect* Rents, nctx ns Owners'*. leetM Ken i.s. mclm na OirnerH* " _cent. 7 .":... lit 'LSl-*. 7-7 77.7:-7.-: CARPETS 10 cents a yard. 22 and 21 East Seventh st. ... . -...- -. . ... COTTAGE— B2 ". Eleventh St.. I corner • Minnesota; five rooms; ; city. -water. Esterly. 11 Germania Bank Building. COTTAGE— Furnished cottage, 469 Day- ton ay. ..-■■ .:': '. .' -.«■: ..i> HOUSE— Nice, three-story brick house, nicely and newly furnished,- 146 Pleas- ant avenue, three blocks from court house,. for rent; -call at once. r ':**'■ TAYLOR'S RENTING "AGENCY- GLOBE BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES, STORES,- OFFICES, TAKE CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKE COLLEC TIONS. . FLATS. .'. "_*''' "7"*' ' FOUR, FIVE AND SIX-ROOM FLATS IN THE BEIFELD, VIC- TORIA AND RICHMOND; "HOT AND COLD WATER. ELECTRIC BELLS, JANITOR SERVICE. ETC. CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION . IN SUMMER. J. W. SHEPARD, 54 EAST FOURTH. -: - ' it noma. AT SEVENTH AND WAB ASHA-Over AT SEVENTH AND WABASHA-Over Bank— Furnished front rooms by day or week. CARPETS 10 cents a yard. 22 and 21 East Seventh st. PLEASANT AY., 181— For rent, two PLEASANT AY., 181— For rent, two" unfurnished and one furnished room, with heat and bath, on third floor. SMITH AY., 235— Two unfurnished con- necting rooms and alcove; suitable for light housekeeping; gas and bath; in private family; references. ST. PETER ST.. 413— The Utopia— Steam-heated front rooms, single or en suite. '"' - " TENTH ST., 97 WEST — Furnished front parlor and small room; $3 and $8 per month. --.■'.-: TENTH ST., 228, EAST— Nicely fur- nished rooms with first-class board; all conveniences. INSTRUCTION. . ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MU- sic and Art. 20 East Exchange St., St. Paul— Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin taught. Lessons given in drawing and painting. Call or send for prospectus. THE MODEL SCHOOL OF Busi ness The J. D. Hess Shorthand school. Pioneer Press Building. Thorough, practical and progressive. Winter term now beginning. FINANCIAL DO YOU WANT to borrow money on diamonds, watches, etc.* any amount, George R. Holmes. 141 East Seventh. MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE^ watches, diamonds; etc.; strictly con- fidential. Address U 31, Globe. MONEY TO LOAN at 6 per cent on first-class Improved city business and residence property. No charge for commission or exchange; no gold clause; no delay. We give the "on or before" privilege. The State Savings Bank. Germania Life Building. MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pi- anos, etc., to remain with the own- er; also on watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc., loans can be repaid by installments; business strictly pri vate. Room 7, First Nat. Bank Bldg, cor. Fourth ard Jackson; Minnesota Mortgage Loai. Co. ■ ■ MONEY" TO LOAN on watches, dia monds, jewelry, bicycles, furs and all goods of value; diamonds, watch- es for sale at half their value. At Lytle's, 411 Robert St.. Room 1. $50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on personal property. Ohio Invest- ment Company, seventh floor Globe Building. , AUCTION SALES. . liy Iv:tvHiiii;;li & Johnson. MILLINERY" GOODS AT AUCTION— We will sell at public auction, in the store No. 157 East Seventh St., com- mencing on Wednesday, Nov. 27. at 10 a. m., and continue daily at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. until all is sold, the Lyons stock of millinery, consisting of trimmed and untrimmed hats and bonnets, hair goods, feathers, plum birds, laces, ribbons, velvets, silks, ornaments, etc. All the shelving, showcases, mirrors, etc. This stock Is entirely new and strictly first- class, and must be closed out at once. Kavanagh & Johnson, Auctioneers, 22 and 24 East Seventh st. PERSONAL. PERSONAL . ARE YOU IN TROUBLE?— Consult Dr. Bessie Walker, Life Reader, 173 Western ay. A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT- Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced 10 cents; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth st. - FOR SALE— A $75.00 bedroom suit for $27.50 at 22 and 24 East Seventh st. MRS. DR. MOSS. St. Paul's most pop- ular clairvoyant^ should be consulted at once by all who wish to better their condition of life. 513 Wabasha st.. opposite the capitol. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. HORSES AT AUCTION — 130 horses and mares at auction every Wednes- day at 10 a. m. ; sales or horses, bug- gies, harnesses, wagons, etc.; private sale daily; consignments solicited; we have from 100 to 200 head constantly on hand. Barrett & Zimmerman's Horse Auction and Commission Sta bles, No. 20 Second st. north. Minne apolis. References: City Bank. Col- umbia National Bank, Farm, Stock and Home _i__i !__ FARM LANDS. FARM LANDS. GARDEN PLOT of five acres for $100 in New Jersey, payable on install- ments of $1 down and $1 per week. Delightful climate and neighborhood. Splendid water. Land high, dry and healthy, covered with wood. • Soil specially suitable, for fruit, vegetable and poultry raising. -Near railroad and convenient to best markets. T.tlo clear. Immediate possession. Ad- dress Ripley's Real Estate "Office, 211 South Tenth St.. l'hlladclph la. Pa. LOST AND FOUND. \ LOST— EIk tooth watch charm, B. P. O. E. Lodge, No. 59: blue enamel and monogram P. 11. G. on one side; return to Silas J. Gottsehammer, at C. Gotzian; suitable reward. WIG LOST— Red wig and heard lost Wednesday night at New Columbian hall; finder please return and receive reward. Inquire .T.-Larkln, Horn & Danzo Co.. West slue. TO EXCHANGE/^-' . FOR SALE— $75.0} bedroom' suit for $27.50 at 22 and 24 East Seventh st. NEW GOODS for second-band. Ryan Furniture and Exchange Co.. 142 and 111 East 7th. R. N. Yfdoza. Prop. __ MEDICAL. $5C'0.00 REWARD— Dr. Taylor's Tansy Pennyroyal English Female Regu lating Bills, the ladies' friend and priceless b'jon. They are the original and only genuine; arc safe and al- ways reliable; never fail; mailed any- where for Jl: sold .it ull drug sto-cs. For sale in St. Paul by 1.. Musst-lter, Fourth and Wabasha." - - __. DYE WORKS. \ KAHLERT & MINTEL — Minnesota Steam Dyo Works. 244 East Seventh. BOARD WANTED. BOARD WANTED. BOARD— A substitute teacher wishes to find a home with a re.'insd family near the high school; refer. -njej* __;- changed. Address <4 43, Globs.