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GEflPflS fIOIiD off SON-COMMITTALATTITVDE ON THE VENEZUELAN-BRITISH - * I OLE. CHRISTMAS AT THE COURT. EMPEROR WILLIAM EXAMINES THE I*_„XS FOR AUXILIARY CRUISERS. - MORE OF THE YON KOETZE CASE. Bin Former Lawyer •_-:»«■€•«! iv London Writing the Stoi-> of the Great Scandal: BERLIN, Dec. German feeling In the Venezuelan difficulty seems to be veering around, although the gov ernment studiously refrains from an expression of opinion! From an offi cial of the foreign office, however, it has been learned that several diplo matic attempts have been made by Great Britain during the past week to get Germany to join in a movement looking to combined. European action opposed to the latest application of the Monroe doctrine. These efforts, have thus far met with non-committal an swers, and unless things assume a much more serious aspect Germany will keep officially aloof from the whole question. Public feeling is cer tainly more favorable to the United States as the cause of the whole trou ble is coming to be understood. The Christmas meditations of the German press are, with few excep tions, rather melancholy, dwelling up on the unsatisfactory state of Ger many's domestic and foreign policies and the economic situation. By the imperial court Christmas was cele brated quietly. The distribution of gifts took place in the Shell hall of the palace at Potsdam, where each of the imperial princes had a tree to him self, and their parents had a grand tree to themselves. Among the gifts received by the empress was a minia ture tree of malachite from the czar. The three elder of the princes were most pleased with presents of minia ture army rifles, of the type of 1895, made especially for them at the Span dau factory, with which arms they will learn their military drill. Pres ents were also exchange between the emperor and his allies, the sovereigns of Italy and Austria, and the Ger man army, through the commanding captain and a delegation of his own company of the guards, presented his majesty with a painting of Christmas cakes. AS AUXILIARIES. A few" days ago the emperor re ceived Mr. Weigand, of the North Ger man Lloyd Steamship company, and Admiral Sanden-Bibran, chief of the marine cabinet, to examine the de tailed report of the plans for the new North German Lloyd steamers, now building at Stettin, which, with the steamers of the same company at pres ent undergoing reconstruction, will be rebuilt on lines and plans designed to make them serviceable in war time as auxiliary cruisers. The emperor showed himself to be thoroughly in formed on all points of naval archi tecture. An alleged expression of his majesty during, his visit to Breslau is going the rounds of the press. . Speaking of the regimental mess, he is quoted as having said: "The cowardly German bourgeoise cannot be relied upon in warfare against socialism." Dr. Fritz Friedmann,- one of the best known lawyers of this city, who is miss ing, with a scandal attached to his ab sence, is understood to be in London, where he is writing an authentic story of the Count yon Koetze case for pub lication. Dr. Friedmann was Yon Koetze's counsel when the latter, about eighteen months ago, was arrested as the result "of four years' police investi gation, charged with being the author of a series of anonymous letters which had been sent during that period to members of the highest aristocracy in Germany. The affair caused a sensa tion at the time, as Yon Koetze was one of the masters of ceremonies of the j imperial court. Nothing seemed too bad for the anonymous writer to inti mate. In fact, the anonymous mis sives are said to have caused the most serious family troubles. Yon Koetze was afterwards released from custody and has apparently been cleared of the charges brought against him. Dr. Friedmann went to Paris as Yon Koetze's legal representative in order to obtain statements from the much talked-of woman who professed to have a thorough knowledge of the whole af fair. Dr. Friedmann's book, it is un derstood, is to be full of sensations, reflecting upon distinguished persons moving in the highest circles of Berlin. Gambling debts are stated to have in fluenced Dr. Friedmann's departure. EXTRADITION TREATY. Diplomatic negotiations have been re sumed between the American embassy and the German foreign office with the view of settling, one way or another, the proposed changes in the extradi tion treaty. The United States insists that extraditable crimes should be more precisely defined. The presence here of Poultney Bigelow as the repre sentative of the American insurance companies, together with the energetic representations of the United States embassy during the past fortnight, and the fall of Baron yon Koeller, the Prus sian minister for the interior, who was the prime mover in the unceremonious exclusion of the American insurance companies from doing business in this j country, are looked upon here as hope- j ful signs that the matter will be final- j ly and amicably adjusted, though this ; will probably take months to accom- j plish. Mrs. H. Squires, wife of the second secretary of the United States embassy, j gave a children's Christmas party in i the German fashion on Wednesday last, j United States Ambassador Runyon, Prince Child and Baron Teets were among those present. Mrs. Charles Dekay, wife of the Unit ed States consul general, is to hold a ball Jan. ■*. YY-Y Prince Hohenlohe, the imperial chan cellor, took a trip to Vienna on Friday to see his brother, the court marshal of Emperor Francis Joseph, and also to return the visit which Count Golu cbowsky. the Austrian minister for for eign affairs, paid him last summer- at j Ousse. The pope has conveyed to Emperor William hi** acknowledgments of j his majesty's readiness to grant the per mission necessary for the interment of the remains of the late Cardinal Paul MiJchers in Cologne cathedral. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ■_. NOTICE— AII goods bought at our recent auc tion sale and left with .us for future deliv ery must be called for . by Dec. 31. A. H. Simon, Jeweler, corner Seventh and Jackson sts. . . THEATRICAL & MASQUERADE. COSTUMES, wigs, beards, masks and grease paint; mail orders/promptly attended to; Theater Lcih-Bibliotek. Mrs. L. Neu mann, „ East Seventh st. -V.-..- >:.'.; THE jSlto^4l_*^ ;^Afit* GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1895..-*^IXTEEN PAGES. 1 fill; IL Lv LL VI iSllii vi ; SfTUATIONS OFFERED. •■'"■ MALE*. AGENTS— men to __1 our. harvester and harness oils on commission. ,. Addr3ss, , ■ with reference, Atlas Oil Co. ■■ Cleveland, O. AGENTS— Economy gas burner, saves 4*- Per cent of gas, makes a large, beautiful light and gives 150 per cent profit to salesman. General Agency Co., 225 i Dearborn 8., Chicago, 111. * _________ AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE— S4 daly, sure; many are making double .this selling Aluminum Novelties, the new substltu'e for silver; untarnishable: wears better; costs less; liberal terms. Write for full informa tion and catalogue or sample. lCc. Aljmi num Novelty Co., 335 Broadway, New York. AGENTS WANTED— glass name pl-tes, numbers and signs, readable darkest nights; samples loaned. Thomas & Co., Engleword, _iii__ ; ...-■■-..- AGENTS— out; new 1896 : Illustrated cat alogue FREE. .. We . manufacture best sell ing novelties. Big profits. Write -for par ticulars. Address "Manager," 25 Randolph st., Chicago. . ■ .*.*-. - r,; --. AGENTS TO SELL PATENTED ARTICLE— Dealers, farmers, families buy at sight; one agent sold ten thousand in thirty days. Sample, 25c prepaid. R. Given, Wholesale Grocer. Corpus Christl. Tex. - .'-■-- . AGENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR our celebrated $4.00 " Custom' Pants and Suits. Chicago Custom Pants Co., 205 Fifth Aye., Chicago. _________ " ADVERTISING AGENT— Experienced ... and reliable man with- good house references. ' Pleasant and very profitable employment. Fred Klein Co.. Chicago. ■ APPRENTICE— stout boy to learn moulding trade. Apply Valley. Iron I .Works,. West side,. Monday morning between 8 and 9. : ' '__ . Wanted, boy about fifteen years old for general work. Star Printing Company, 319 Jackson st. ''. _r_t '" •' ' f CRAYON ARTISTS— Wanted at once, five good crayon artists; steady work, good pay. Hub Portrait company, 631 First ay. south, Minneapolis. ■ .. ■ ':"':- .*.--.--.'y. DRUGGIST— Wanted, druggist with some ex perience; German-American preferred. Ap ply to E. C. Krueger, Forest River, N. D. GENERAL AGENTS wanted; $8.00 to $20.00 • per day made easily; no capital required; catalogue mailed free. Address H. A. Clapp, 95-97 South Canal St., Chicago, 111. HOSTLER— Wanted, man to take care of horses, steam plant and chores about pri vate house. Address Blaik 53, Globe. OFFICE WORK— young man for of fice work in a collecting agency. Address at once, in own handwriting, stating expe rience and expectancy, G 25, Globe. ORGANIZERS— Wanted, five or six good men as organizers for the Foresters; must be •well recommended; steady work for years. F 38, Globe. SALESMEN to take orders and collect; $50 bond, signed by a business firm, required. Exclusive territory. $25 to $75. weekly. For particulars address P. O. Box 1354, New York City. .'..■■ SALESMAN— Wanted, . first-class tea sales man with good references for a specialty tea and cigar house. Address F 40, Globe. SALESMEN WANTED— s:ll our gco_3 to the wholesale and retail trade. Our goods sell on sight. Liberal salary or comm'ss'en paid. Position permanent. For ) articular** address Centennial Manf'g Co., Atlanta, G_. Factory, Milwaukee, Wis. SALESMEN— To sell steel tube sleigh runner to the trade; fits buggies or light wagons; good side line. Samson Steam Forge Co., Chicago. SALESMEN— We want three traveling sales men for Northwestern states to sell our line of pocket cutlery and silverware; pay 15 per cent commission straight; a good line and • want only first-class men who can pay their own expenses for first 30 days, until their ability is proven; no others need answer. Hamilton Mfg Co., Chicago. TRAVELING SALESMEN and agents can add line on uncovered ground, from prom inent manufacturers changing from salaried to commission men. P. O. 1371, New York, N. Y. THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as sets, $650,000; largest, strongest and best Minnesota life company;' offers to bright men desirable, exclusive territory, with every facility for profitable agency. Ad dress Douglas Putnam, Secretary, --St. Paul. WANTED— to advertise our None-Such polishing paste and other specialties; tack signs on fences, buildings, place samples, orders, etc.; salary $9 per week; $3 per day allowed for expenses; no canvassing; send 35 cents for sample box, contract, etc. None-Such Specialty Company, Whitehall, Wis. . - . YOUNG MEN learn good trade and become independent. The Twin City Barber" Col lege, 110 Hennepin ay., Minneapolis, can make you competent barber in eight weeks. Illustrated catalogue ; free. ' '; . V V., WANTED— Men and women to work a' home; I pay $8 to $16 per week for making Crayon Portraits; new patented method; any on 3 who can read and write can do the work at -1 home, in spare time, day or evening; send for particulars and begin work at once. Ad dress H. A. Gripp, German Artist, Tyrone, Pa. WANTED special representative in every state to travel. . $75.00 . to $1C0.03 salary and commission to energetic young men. Excel lent chance for teachers and studen's. Busi ness pleasant . and permanent. Splendid op portunity to make money. Our new ' plan takes like wild fire. Address Natianal Li brary Association, 221 Monroe St., Chicago. WANTED— people to learn telegraphy, shorthand, bookkeeping, etc. ; students can earn board. Globe Business College, Endi cott Building. YOUNG MEN to learn trade and become in dependent; eight weeks required to become barber, at Twin City Barber College. 110 Hennepin ay., Minneapolis. Send for illus trated catalogue. $50 TO $150 PAID SALESMEN for cigars; ex perience not necessary; extra inducements to customers. Bishop & Kline, St. Louis, Mo. $50 TO $100 PER MONTH and expenses to sell cigars; experience unnecessary; extra inducements to customers. Folk & Co., St. Louis, Mo. "7-7 FEMALES. * : — — ; — COOK— Wanted, plain cook and second girl to assist with care of children. 654 Grand. COOK— Second girl, general housework small family; good wages. Call at 543 Wabasha st. Mrs. Mary Weather. COOK— Wanted, competent cook with refer ences, for three in family.' 435 Summit ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girls for general housework at Intelligence Office, 307 East Seventh st. -v- HOUSEWORK— a good, honest girl for housework. Call at the Virginia, No. 3. HOUSEWORK— Good girl for .general house work at 306 Hoffman ay., corner Third st. HOUSEWORK— a good German girl to do general housework, and good cook. Call at 397 East Tenth st. ; ' HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a capable woman for general housework in the country; a good home and fair wages. .353 Summit ay. HOUSEWORK— a girl to help with light housework. Apply at 721 Stewart ay. 7 HOUSEWORK— girl for general housework; good cook. Apply 27 Sherburne avenue. HOUSEWORK— girl for . general housework. 591 Pine st. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for general housework at 195 South Chatsworth st. COOK— A good plain cook wanted. 275 Sum . Mit ay. GUITERMAN BROS. WISH TO AN nounce that their factory will resume oper ation .on Monday, Dec. 30, 1595. All em ployes arc requested to report on that date. HOUSEWORK— Wanted— A middle-aged En glish woman with first-class references de sires a situation in a good English family where other servants are. kept; good needle woman, and will help to do. any kind of housework, or take charge of children; very small salary required. Call at 20 West Cen tral ay. , • ... HOUSEWORK— wanted for general housework in small family. Apply 868 Grand ay. HOUSEWORK— wanted for general housework in family of three. 246 Day ton ay. ~ WHY PAY. five cents for an inferior l:af of IWHY PAY five cents for an inferior loaf of bread when you can get Allen's for the same? Ask your grocer for It 7: -*,-.-- I IJEffIEW. SITUATIONS WANTED. MALE.. . ,. ;k ■ APPRENTICE— A young man nineteen years old would like to learn a trade, electrical, woodwork or machinist preferred; Is also a -fair penman- and quick at figures. Address J. ■■■_ 227 Colborn st. -.- ■ __ BOOKKEEPER— First-class bookkeeper and accountant, successful salesman ' and 7 col lector, wants position. Can furnish bonds . and highest city references. G 32, Globe. BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, by T a young man, position as bookkeeper, collector or general office work; best of references furnished. Call or address 890 St. Anthony ay. ..7. DRIVER— work driving a delivery . wagon or work . around some store ; . very . j useful and handy around a. place; can.fur nish references, and well acquainted with city, and in need of work. Address Driver, 456 East Sixth st. EMPLOYMENT— A young man -will do -any kind of work and go to school; best of ref erences. A. 8., 649 Endicott building. EMPLOYMENT— A boy of sixteen would like to learn work of any kind. 450 Goodhue. --* PHARMAClST— Registered, desires position; thorough experience; can run store and -manufacture; highest references; moderate . ; wages. Ph. G., 349 Wabasha st. ■ ■■•• WORK FOR BOARD— A poor young man wants place to work ' for board and go i to ' school. Please call, or address J. H., 647 Endicott building. ___' WORK - FOR BOARD— man twenty years old would like a place to work for his board and go to school. Address G 33, Globe. ... -:, .. . ...... FEMALE. . HOUSEKEEPER — Wanted, by a young woman of experience, a position as house-, keeper or any light work; wages no ob ject; best of references given. Apply at once. E 45, Globe. ■>-. . -. . -■■■-.•■ -*" - DAY WORK— A lady would like to get work by the day. Call or address S. C, 405 Rice st. __ HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general housework in private family; no children.' 340 Grove, near Pine. ■ : .-.. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for gen eral housework; family of three. Mrs. Farrell, 796 Jackson st. _* HOUSEKEEPER— by a young wor n of experience, a position as housekeeper or other light work; wages no object; best of references given and required; only strictly flrst-class need answer. Apply at once, E 45, Globe. / ... _. . .' HOUSEKEEPER— Young woman desires posi tion as hotel housekeeper; thoroughly com petent; in or out of city. 374 Fort st. LAUNDRESS— first-class laundress would like rough dry washing to do at home; clothes called for and delivered. Address Laundress, 456 East Sixth st. SITUATIONS WANTED by two girls for housework; four second girls; five cooks. Call 491 St. Peter st. YY JANITOR— situation by married man as janitor, porter, or night watchman; good references. Address 475 Como ay. STENOGRAPHER— Competent stenographer wishes position; is -willing to work for mod erate salary; also willing to leave city; can furnish machine if necessary. Please call or address No. 564 Wabasha st. STENOGRAPHER— Lady, desres a position; has experience in law work, and "can assist in bookkeeping; has run typewriter, and : willing to work for a small compensation. Z 17, Globe. : STENOGRAPHER— Competent stenographer wishes employment for the forenoons or all day; best of references furnished. Address 333 Banfil st. WET NURSE— Situation wanted by lady as wet nurse; good health, age twenty-five. Address J. 8., Box 133, Albert Lea, Minn. - WHY PAY five cents for an inferior loaf of bread when you can get Allen's for tha same? Ask your grocer for It. LOST AND FOUND. DOG LOST— Pointer dog, quite large, nine months old; two large brown spots over back and stripe over head and nose; . an : swers to name of Spot. Finder . notify John W. Lux, and receive reward, corner Rice and University. . . ■ .-„ - DOG LOST— reward will be paid for re turn to 631 Fairmont', ay. of large male St. Bernard dog. '•' SPECTACLES LOST— gold spectacles. Friday evening. Finder leave at Emil Geist's Jewelry Store or 712 York st. ; $1.00 reward. , WATCH LOST— silver chatelaine watch, be tween Summit and Oakland ay. Return' to No. 25 Sherburne ay. and receive reward. - FOR SALE. BEST HARD COAL, $7.35; Best Maple, $5.00; Good Maple, $4.25. At Hanley's 249 Eighth st. _ '.. . . BEST HARD COAL, $7.35; S. Maple,- $5.00; Good Maple, $4.25. At Hanley's, 249 Eighth, st. ' .. COAT— sale, good large buffalo . coat and large size fancy fur sleigh robe. Address P 21. Globe. :jy FOR SALE — . Hard maple chunks, stove lengths, $2.50 per load. F. F. Salisbury _ Bro., Westminster and Lafayette. Tel. 1335. - -" ' FOR SALE— Extra fine quality body maple, $5.50 per cord. F. F. Salisbury & Bro., corner Westminster and Lafayette. Tel. 1335. ' FOR SALE— Pea coal, none better, $5.25 per ton of 2,000 pounds. F. F. Salisbury & Bro., Westminster and Lafayette. Tel. 1335. FOR SALE CHEAP— coat, lady's As trakhan coat, gold and silver watch. Room 25, Germania Life Building. FURNITURE— sale cheap, some good fur niture at 553 Marshall ay.; parties leaving city. ORGAN— sale, an . eleven-stop Strong & Clark organ, condition perfect, at less than one-quarter cost. Inquire at 20 Summit ay. west. PUPPlES— Chesapeake and Great Dane pup pies for sale cheap, If taken at once; also other breeds of dogs. 555 Snelling ay. Geo. P. Smith. - ■■ -...■■■■■ RlNG— Fine half-karat lady's diamond ring and solid gold watch at a bargain. Address P 21, Globe. -r::-. INCUBATOR— For sale, reliable 200-egg in cubator, in good condition, at a bargain. 118 South Robert st. TYPEWRITER— sale, Remington type writer, latest pattern, No. 6, only used short time; practically new. G 22, Globe. -JACKET— For sale, one genuine Alaska seal jacket, bust 36, almost new, very latest style, price $75; call at once if you wish to buy a great bargain. Schultz Cloak Co., 376 Robert St., upstairs, between Fifth and . Sixth sts. . WANTED TO BUY. FURNITURE— WiII pay cash for some choice bed room sets, fine chairs, rugs and house hold utensils. 'Schrsm's Renting Agency, 320 and 322 Manhattan Building. LATHE— screw cutting lathe, 16x5, in good order; cheap for cash. B 46, Globe. LUNCH COUNTER— Want to buy lunch counter and showcase, oak finish. Wil shusen & Lewerenz, corner Concord and Robie. TYPEWRITER— Wanted, a good second-hand typewriter, Smith Premier or Remington; must be cheap, for cash. 916 New York Life Building. i WANTED— Good second-hand furniture, car pets and stoves at all times. Will pay cash or exchange new goods. Kavanagh & Johnson, 22 and 24 East Seventh st. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A SNAP— acres of wild land for sale cheap,- within six miles of Hinckley, Minn., on the St. Paul & Duluth railroad and East ern Minnesota railroad. For full particu lars call. upon or address Barrett & Zimmer man, horsemen, 20 Second st. north, • Min neapolis. FOR* SALE— in California cheap; Liver more Valley; splendid ranch, 320 acres, fruits, grain; $18,000; long time, easy terms. ■ E. N. Lindsay, Fresno, Cal. ■ WANTED TO RENT. ROOM— Wanted, furnished room, with or without board, -by one young and one mid dle-aged gentleman, where there are no other roomers; widow woman preferred. G 38,' Globe. ■-;.". ' M Willi. j FOR RENT. |_ HOUSES. .-•';':•••>■ J. W. Shepard, 04 East 4th St. RENTS Houses, Stores,Offlces, Steam- Heated "• .Apartments, Collects. Rents, Acts an Owners* 1 Agant. :*'.'v;:<?; I HOUSES. . - COTTAGE— Cosy - three^room cottage, ,180 £ Grove; cheap to goo* party. Esterly, _■ 11 Germania Bank Building. . .:■-■> •■-..-■ HOUSE— Cosy seven-room brick house, No. 9 . Tilton, cheap -to right party. Esterly, •11 ■ Germania Bank. ': . ;■<■.- HOUSE— For rent, nlcet eight-room house; all modern improvements-;; $16; also three . unfurnished rooms; city water; $6. : 655 Can*!: ' ■ ada gti 684 WABASHA . ST., 10 -rooms, bath, fur- ... • nace, in good repair ..._ $20 175*_ East Congress, corner -Slate, 6 rooms, • bath (good brick building). $12 656 Cherry st, 8 rooms,.. barn, water .sl3 Schram's Renting Agency, 320 and 322 Man- : hattan Building. , • _________ TAYLOR'S RENTING -AGENCY — GLOBE BUILDING — WEI RENT HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES, TAKE CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERT**- AND MAKE, COL ■ LECTIONS. : -:.;-..•: .-'•■>. -'■ FLATS. - FLAT— Nice four and five-room flats for rent cheap. At 474 Rice st. ..■;,, FLATS— rent,' flats; steam-heated, hot water, gas range and fixtures; all modern improvements. . 796 Jackson. Inquire Leon. ' St. Pierre, Browning, King & Co.-;. .: -• FLAT— Furnished flat, with heat, bath and all , modern conveniences. No. 275 West Sev ■- enth st. Y'-Y--'-- . : .' \,.: "j. CHARMING SUITES. rj-iUsitj.. IN THE "!' • ~ ; ' : COLONNADE . APARTMENT HOUSE. ' Rentals $20.00 to $35.00 Per Month. .-_-._ . Elevator service, steam heat, hot and cold water and all modern improvements. Superior restaurant in the house serving meals at reasonable rates. . Special inducements will be offered to new .tenants for tie next thirty days. • ■ ' ' - , Apply to LUTHER S. CUSHING, - 137 Endicott Building, or on premises. Rooms. -vf ;"-. AT CORNER SEVENTH and Wabasha, over bank, furnished front rooms by . day or week. , ■ FOURTH ST., 102 AND 106, WEST— OPPO-. SITE RICE PARK; COMFORTABLE, STEAM-HEATED ROOMS, WELL FUR NISHED, WITH BOARD IF DESIRED. FOURTH ST., 125 WEST— Furnished rooms by week or month; heated; elected lights; from $4 to $12. EAST SEVENTH, 222— few large, pleasant rooms furnished or unfurnished; also rooms for light housekeeping. . , . FIFTH ST., 254 WEST— Nicely furnished rooms, with steam heat; first-class table . board. J '::-''.'-•■■,-.. JACKSON ST., Corner Tenth; nicely fur nished rooms, well heated,*- all modern con veniences. ■ NINTH ST., 241, WEST— Opposite Hotel Bar teau; three rooms furnished complete for light housekeeping. PLEASANT AY., 185— rent, nicely fur nished rooms; all modern * conveniences. ROOMS— rent, furnished, rooms with gas, bath and steam heat- Apply at 397 East Tenth st. ROOMS— For rent, four rooms on the first : floor, having city water and sewer. Apply at 163 Rondo st. ■ -. . RONDO, 161— Near Rice— For rent, two fur nished rooms for housekeeping; water; sew ers in kitchen, $8.00. ;' _ ____■ PLEASANT- AY, 168— Two unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, with use of bath. Call, or --address. .. • .■■* .-■.-■'■ - SMITH AY., 137— Nicely furnished, pleasant rooms, all modern conveniences, 'near cable, private family. SEVENTH ST., 400, . WEST— Large, nicely ■ furnished, front room up stairs,' with large closet: very reasonable. ST PETER ST., 385— For rent, comfortable • furnished rooms; steam heat, ■• electric lights, use of bath. ■SUMMIT AY., 26— Near St. Peter Nicely furnished -rooms; all modern improvements, ; with or without board. TENTH ST., 364, EAST— To let, unfurnished . rooms, large, warm, sunny; all modern, very central; terms reasonable. TENTH ST., 335, EAST— well-furnished ■ private room; heat and gas; central; fam ily strictly private. _ VIRGINIA AY., 226— For rent, on and after Jan. 1, nicely furnished, well-heated room, with bath. YY;Y VALENTINE— 474 Wabasha . St. — Furnished rooms at reasonable rates;- steam heat, ele ; vator and bath. _7Y* MEDICAL ELECTRIC WONDER- cures the sick of j all diseases without poisonous drugs. Prof. J. Warren Thurston's wonderful electric belt for men and women ; three sizes. - The best and cheapest made. For sale at 165 St. Anthony ay. Call and see them, or write. Cut this out and keep for reference. LADIES: Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) arc the best Safe, reliable; take no other. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladies," in letter by return mail. At Druggists. Chi chester Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. PENNYROYAL ENGLISH FEMALE REGU lating Pills, the ladies' friend and price less boon. They are the original and only genuine; are safe and always reliable; nev er fail; mailed anywhere for $1; sold at all drug stores. For sale in St - Paul by L. Mussetter, Fourth and Wabasha. . " BOARD OFFERED. PRIVATE BOARDING at 431 East. Eighth St. Mrs. Knapp. BOARD— Pleasant rooms, with board; also table boarders wanted; : rates reasonable. 76 Iglehart, near St. Peter. BOARD— Furnished room i and board; all i conveniences. ; 21 East College ay. THE MlNEß— Steam-heated, hot and cold water; flrst-class table and prompt ser vice; convenient to business and street cars. 162 College ay. v TO EXCHANGE. NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East . 7th. R. N. Cardoza, Prop. PERCHERON STALLIONS AND BROOD , mares to exchange for land or work horses. P. 49, Globe. $50-000.00 WORTH OF NEW HOUSEHOLD furniture and carpets to exchange for sec ond-hand household goods in large or small lots.. Kavanagh & Johnson, 22 and 24 East Seventh st. ~ PROFESSIONAL. DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, specialist ; ds?ases of women. 72S Hennepin ay., Minneapolis, Minn. - . ' MISS ALICE HULL,- successor to Mis. Bald win, removes . superfluous hair, moles, etc., by electricity; only positive and permanent . remedy; references given. Washburn Block, Fifth st, opposite court house, Room 522. •* MRS. DR. REARDON, 394 North Exchange St., corner Sixth; baths, Turkish, electric; tub and vapor;. 9to 9, including Sundays. ; Notico . of 7 Dissolution. -' The co-partnership firm of Johnson Bros. & Loomis heretofore existing between the undersigned, has this day. been dissolved by mutual consent, Francis H. Loomis : retiring. Charles Johnson and Heiiry Johnson have acquired all -the title and interests of -Mr. Loomis in the partnership' property and ef fects and will pay allfithe indebtedness of the firm. . . Dated at St. Paul, -Minnesota, this 26th day of December, 1893. : : . HENRY- JOHNSON, CHAR3-EB JOHNSON, FRANCIS H. Loomis. M Miff M -,'!■; ■?--;.■ t ■ V ' V - ■ • ' -l ■ AUCTION SALES. : Jebb & Schauer, Auctioneers. WET. GOODS AT AUCTION— We still have a •great big lot of wet goods to be sold In our -, store, 16 and 18 East Seventh st. All staple goods, such as sheeting, pillow casing, 1 gingham, cheviot, sateens, German prints, "• about forty dozen ■ unlaundried shirts, cot tonades. suitings, about . forty suits and odd .._• coats, etc. -These goods are all' from the Northern Wave steamer, , and must be sold. no matter what the price may be. Jebb & . • Schauer, Auctioneers. Sales daily at 10 a. 'm. and 2p. in. -Y\YYYv"-' ; •« >;-' '•'- We have the entire stock of Westlake & '-' Kendrie to close out' This stock is the well . known Schuneman & Evans' clothing ','. department stock, which was lately at 406 .'''.arid 408 Wabasha st. This stock is now on sale in our j store, 16 and 18 East Seventh st. 'If', you : "need clothing for boys and children come in and see what we can do for you. . Jebb & Schauer, Auctioneers. YY: ,:; FINANCIAL. ... If you want I'lioap Money anil can - give good > Business Property as se curity, call on the National Invest ment Company, Room -1.1- IS Nation al German-American Rank Building. Applications in . amount** of . Five Thousand, Ten Thousand, Twenty Thousand, Thirty Thousand, Fifty- Thousand, or One ; Hundred Thou sand Dollars will be considered nt 5 par cent interest. National Invest ment Company, Rooms 45 to 48, Na tional ; German-American Bank Building. Don't invest your money until you: have investigated our Tax Cer tificate-Bonds, dated August Ist, 1805, due in five- years, rate of in terest O per cent, payable semi-an nually. National Investment Com pany, Rooms 45 to 48, National Ger man-American Bank Building. DO YOU WANT to borow money on dia monds, watches, etc.? Any amount. George R. Holmes, 141 East Seventh. . - I WANT TO BORROW $1,000 on $9,000 good unimproved property. Address F, Globe. MONEY TO - LOAN— On furniture, pianos, • etc., to remain with the owner; also on watches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans can be repaid by installments; business strictly private. Room 7, First Nat. Bank Bid., cor. Fourth and Jackson; Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co. MONEY TO LOAN at 6 per cent on first class improved city business and residence property. No charge for commission for exchange; no gold clause; no delay. We give the "on or before" privilege. The State Savings Bank. Germania Life Build ing. ; MONEY TO LOAN on watches, diamonds, jewelry, bicycles, furs and all goods of value; diamonds, watches for sale at half their value. At Lytle's, 411 Robert st, Room 1. * $2,500 TO LOAN In sums to suit; no delay, money Is now on deposit. Address E. H. Murray, 1981 St. Anthony ay., Merriam Park. - - - $50 TO $500' SHORT TIME LOANS ON PER sonal property, collateral pap?r, household goods, diamonds, seal garments and all goods in st<->r a «». Noes d'scountfd. Ohio Investment Compaiy, siev*nth H or, G oba building; mo-t rivate offic's in the >i y. _• BUSINESS CHANCES. A RARE CHANCE for a party with a small capital to engage in a profitable business in one of the most flourishing cities in ) Minnesota. For particulars inquire of John S. Grode & Co., corner Seventh and St. Peter sts. ] ____________ CALIFORNIA— I will -sell ten-acre tracts near- Los Angeles, plant to any kind of fruit and care for same three years with no taxes or interest. Price, $100 per acre; $300 cash and $120 in one year, $150 second year, $200 " third year, $230 fourth year. Address H. C. Cooper, 312 Ramsey st, St.; Paul, Minn. FARM OWNERS, ATTENTION— A thorough and practical young farmer would like a good farm on shares, furnished. Address J 50 Globe, Minneapolis. FOR SALE— Stock in manufacturing business which has been established for years. Ad . dress G. 39, Globe. __ FOR SALE— First-class news, cigar and con fectionery store; a great bargain if taken at "once. Wm. F. Moritz, 1013 PioneeijPress^ HOW $20 MADE $500 IN 20 DAYS— for • our book, "How Fortunes Are Made." -New ton Bennington. Co., 47 -Broadway, New York. ..'.:.- i MAKE MONEY by careful speculation in -grain through a reliable, successful firm; excellent oportunities to make profits by our new plans; fully explained and sent free; highest references. Pattison & Co., 769 Omaha building, Chicago, 111. WANTED— in best located and es tablished restaurant in city; practical cook preferred; cash required for interest. Ad dress Restaurant. Globe. -'. WANTED— Partner for patent; practical and successful. Adress G 35, Globe. $367.00— THERE IS nothing equals this; good things always pay; by my plan $100.00 netted $367.00 in one week; smaller investors re alized proportionately; valuable information free. H. Hudson, 530 Madison ay., Coving ton, Ky. . WANTED— Man with $150.00 for one-third in terest in good business, to manage Chicago : branch. F 39, Globe. YOU SEE WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL, and we are convinced that after Inventors have once secured a patent through us that we shall '.'have their future business. If you have an idea, write and get the opinion of our ex perts as to its patentability; their services are at your disposal free. We have experts in electricity, mining, mechanical engineer ing, and we sell more patents than all the rest of the patent agencies combined; we em ploy more help and spend more money for advertising. Call or write and get our terms. Ass'n American Inventors, Betz . Building, Philadelphia. Long distance tele phone, 4940. PERSONAL A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— Madame Teitsworth; prices reduced 50 cents ; thirty years' oxperiences. 13 Eighth . street ■ ' LADIES— Ten cents in stamps secures circu lar of information guaranteeing you abso lute protection. Address Eureka Medic. Co., 11 North Seventh st, Minneapolis, Minn. MY MOTHER COULD NOT HAVE TOLD my past more accurately than you describe It in my horoscope. Postmaster, Blum, Tex. Thousands testify that I read the past and foretell the future; send date of birth and 10c for sketch of your life. L. Thomson, Astrologer, Kansas City, - Mo. MRS. .ALICE AUSTIN — Clairvoyant, card • reader; ladies, 25 cents; gentlemen, 50 certs. 16 West Exchange. MRS. DR. MOSS— you wish to consult a clairvoyant, why not see the best? Madame Moss Is today without doubt the foremost clairvoyant in the country; her surcers -s her best advertisement; she can help you, where all others have failed; whatever may bY your troubles, suspicions or desires, ca : l on this gifted lady and she will send you away happier and wiser than ever, before; no mystery is hidden from her; she reads your entire life like an open book; she warns . you of impending disaster; tells you if your I friends are true or false; she guides you through the vicissitudes of life and shows ' you the straight road to love, wealth and happiness; she unites the separated and causes happy and speedy marriages with the • one towards whom your affections tend; : her advice In business matters and sp?cu lation is invaluable; Mrs. Dr. Mess charges for truth not more than others for false •i hoods; come and be convinced; fee, 50c and upwards. 513 Wabasha st, opposite capi - ST. PAUL VIAVI COMPANY furnishes • health book and consultation free by lady " attendants to mothers and daughters. 29 Germania Bank, Fifth and Wabasha. WIGS, any character or color, mailed for $1.00; Beards 40 cts., Moustaches 7 cts.. Mas querades, Stage makeups, Tricks and Nov elties. Catalogue free. Chas. Marshall, Lockport, N. Y. ;>Yv . -/;:Y DIRECTORY ■■-, . . '.-,. priMpalSess houses PRINCIPAL BUSINESS HOUSES OF ST. PAUL, • The following- is published daily for .the benefit of traveling salesmen, -; strang-ers and the public generally. It includes all the trades and professions, * 4 and cannot fail to prove of interest to all who intend transacting business in St. Paul. Y. ... .-.-■' •'*• -'• Amusements. Metropolitan, ..Sixth, near Robert st. . Grand, Sixth and St. ,' Peter streets. 7 ~ -v Straka's Tivoli, Bridge Square, Concert even ings . and Sunday V matinee. - Admission free. . V-" 1 7 Bodega. 148 East Sixth street. Olympic, 174-178 East Seventh street. ■* Auctioneers. Kavanagh & Johnson. 22-24 E. 7th st. .*.-■. Accountants. Wm. Waugh, 215 Now York Life Building. ~ Bakeries. Thauwald Bros., 353-355 W. Seventh st Horejs Bros., 463 and 1165 West Seventh st, 15 East Seventh' st and 383 West University avenue." '"' '" *" J '*; --. •*- ■• Birds and Seeds. German Bird and Seed. Store, 451 Wabasha street; . • Rooks, ._e?v. Rare and Standard. E. W. • Porter Company, 100. East Fourth street. . . . Builders!' Hardware and Gilt Edge ' ': '''Cnt-er.v'^-X.' Schroeder Bros., 902 Payne ay. Boots and Shoes. Elmqulst Shoe Store. 229 E. Seventh st. ~ Butter and Eggs. Wisconsin Dairy. 513 St. Peter street, Tel. 821. • Milton Dairy Company, 772 Wabasha st. Tel. 281. ;----..-.,. - . '■.-...-• -■'-v,T:- • Carpet Cleaning. Schroeder & Dickinson, 16 E. 6th St.- Cloaks. Ransom & Horton, 99-101 East Sixth. >• Commission Merchants. Wm. Miller & Co., 263 West Seventh st. McGuire & Mulrooney, 280 E. Sixth st. R.E. Cobb, 294-298 East Sixth st. C. C. Emerson, 251:255 E. Sixth st. Geo. Thuet, 24 West Third st. E. McNamee & Co., 249 East Sixth st Schierman & Co., 318 Robert st. De Camp & Beyer, 129 East Third st F. L. Parshall, 18 West Third st. H. C. Hemenway & Co., corner Third and Minnesota streets. . *. Dore & Redpath, 70 East Third st. Knauft Grain and Produce Company, 338 East Seventh street. Tel. 574. Caterer. J. D. Ramaley, 403 St. Peter street. Coal and Wood. Casey & Norris, cor 7th and Willis sts. S. Brand, corner Wabasha and Park avenue. Tel. 1033. O. G. Wilson, corner Bth and Broadway. Independent Coal Co., 156 East 3d st. Confectioners.. Horejs Bros., 463 and 1165 West Seventh St.. 15 East Seventh st and 383 West University avenue. Clothing. A. Peterson & Co., 231 E. Seventh st European Clothing Co., 282 E. 7th st Cat Flowers. E. P. Holmes & Co., 336 St. Peter, near Fourth street. Cut-Rate Tickets. George W. Frey, 382 Robert street. ~~ Corbett's, IC9 East Third street. Edwards. 173 Third st, 339 Robert St. • ' Compounders of Dr. Pasteur^s Ca tarrh Remedy. The Stella Drug Co., 440~Wabasha. . Drug Stores. George J. Mitsch & Co., corner Seventh and St Peter streets. ■_ .•'■:«. '.'- _ Dye Works. New York Steam Dye Works, 16 West Sixth street. Employment Office. E. L. Larpenteur, 51 West Exchange st. Express, Piano Moving, Packing anil Storage. J. B. Desforges, 154 E. 6th. Tel. 550. Express and Storage. Kent's Express and Storage Company, 211 W. Seventh st. Cheapest and best. Electricians. John Gorman, 315 Minnesota street. For Funerals. Carriages, $2; hearses, $3. Seven Corners Livery, tel. 339. Furs. Ransom & "Horton. 99-101 East Sixth. Merrell Ryder, 339 Jackson street Furniture and Upholstering. J. XV. McDonell, 277 West Third street. Schroeder & Dickinson, 16 East Sixth street. Flour and Feed. H. R. Shelre. 505 Robert, tel. 531. Tierne. & Co., 91 East Third st. Capitol Flour Co., 21 East Third st. Florists. Henry Krlnke, 511 St Peter street. Green Vegetables. M. Lavansky, 34 West Third st. Tubbesing Bros., 100 East Third street HORSES AND CARRIAGES. A BARGAIN in cutters, bobs, sleighs and sin gle harnesses; also two pacers and one 1,100 --pound work horse cheap. Sixth and Cedar sts. ... "*' • .'■ ■■■ •*■.-.'*--- ■:: FOR SALE-- Fine, good young horses, two fine cutters, one pair of single bobs, cheap for cash or time. 211 East Ninth st. FOR SALE— Young gentle horse, weight 1,000 pounds, and good jump seat cutter. 897 Woodbridge st. 'Y-.>i ; :hY HORSES AT AUCTION — 150 horses and mares at auction every Wednesday at 10 . a. m. ; sales of horses, buggies, harnesses, wagons, etc.; private , sale dally; consign ments solicited; we have from 100 to 200 - head constantly on hand. Barrett & Zim* ■ merman's Horse Auction and Commission Stables, No. 20 . Second st north, Minne ; apolis. References: City Bank, Colum bia National Bank, Farm, Stock and . Home. . ■ ■ ■ -. WANTED— To buy transfer or express team; must have steady, hauling. Adress G 24, Globe. . ■ . ■ WANTED— Cheap for cash, a Portland cutter; state price. Address G 21, Globe. DYE WORKS. KAHLERT & MlNTEL— Minnesota Steam Dye Works, 244 East Seventh. , DERMATOLOGY. fill V CIfEBI ITCHING SCALP, Fall- JBfe_ UILT -E-EI-e ing Hair.all fckln ar.dtY& Fci'lp Diseases. Twenty yenrs* exponent JOHN H. WOODBURY, 127 W. 42d fct.N. \.l&>? Branches: Boston, P_ila.,St. Louis, Chicago, *"7 : 150 p. book on Beauty & Dermatology, lor a stamp. Grocers. - ■^■■lyS 1 > John Wagener, corner Twelfth and Robert sis., and 456-4 SB E. 7th st. . £??•- A. Dlonl ' 3 78 East Seventh street ': "Y '-:' Guns, Skates and Sporting- Goods. J M. F. Kennedy & Bros., Third and Robert. Hardware, _tov<_*» and Furnaces. _ I*. »'. Justus. 312-314 Rice. • Tel. ■ 1069! ! "" Hardware. \ \'i. i) ; J. H. Hayes, 423 West Seventh street. : ... ==r • Hotels. . -, Grand Central, cor. 7th and Wabasha. Ilairdressing and Dressmaking-. " Mrs. B. Taylor. 156 East Sixth street ; .: * — . :zz^zrrr : =__i .. Insurance a.-d Steamship Agents. ... J. S. Grode & Co.. corner Seventh and SU -' Peter streets. • • • ' - '" . . , . . 1 - _ Jewelers. -. Henry Bockstruck, 11 E. Seventh street " 0. . H. Arosin, 187 East Seventh street. ' '-*.- Simon Nelson, 189 East Seventh street. Henry Jacke, 263 East Seventh street. M. Albreht, 225 East Seventh street. =^ — » — _ ___. — _r Loans on Watches, Diamonds, Furs, - Etc. -.-.-":"'/ ; ';" : ; .: '. T. Lytle's Loan Office, 411 Robert, Room 1. ; ~ Laundries. The Elk. 51 West Third; tel. 268. '■ ~~~- : Merrill's. 407-409 Rice street, telephone 747. — r"j — — " — -* , Moat Market. R. Spangenberg, Rice and Carroll. L. Elsenmenper Meat Co.. 455 Wabasha. Merchant Tailors. ■••■*" Hagstrum Bros., Arcade | Building, 360 • St.' Pe.er street. A. Peterson & Co., 231 East Seventh street. Jos. Peizenka, 152 West Seventh street. W. L. McGrath & Co., 166 East Third street Musical Instruments. A. Peterson. lis East Seventh street. Manufacturers and Dealers in Dyna« mos, Motors and Electrical Ap* pa rat us. Northwestern Electric Co., 412 Sibley street." John Gorman. 315 Minnesota street. News and Stationery. Harry Pomeroy, 468 Wabasha street. " Charles L. Neumann, 224 West Seventh st Old, New and School Books. G. Dunn & Co., 22 West Sixth street. 1 ~ Patent Medicine Mfgs. ' P. Q. Medicine Co., 463 Temperance street. Picture Friyucs. Lowe Picture Frame Co.. 591 Wabasha. Plumbing-, Steam and Hot Water Heating. McQuillan Bros., 183 Western avenue. ■ Plumbers and Gas Fitters. Geo. H. Kees, 473 Broadway. ~" John H. Shea, 128 Eighth street C. A. Webber, 253 West Third street. —: : : Plumbing, Hardware and Heating. McDonough & Bowers, 747-749 Wabasha ' street Tel. 572. " Portrait Artists. N. A. Forseen. 679 Wabasha street. Restaurants. Ed L_ Murphy, cor. St. Peter and ldih sts. Rolling Shelf Ladders. G. A. Milbrant & Co.. 148 East Eighth street." j Storage. The People's Storage Co., corner Ninth and Wabasha. Tel. 1028. - : . ..' - .: Second-Hand Household Goods -7:.'*Y Bought. L_ : __ __ ' People's Furniture Co., 165 West Seventh st. Sheet Metal Workers, Stoves an.' - Hardware. ! : _"" Karst & Breher. 183 West Third street Taxidermist. C. J. Gunston, 269 West Seventh street. Tin and Sheet Iron Job Work. Schroeder Bros., 902 Payne avenue. Undertakers. Thaung & Jacobson, 328 East Seventh street. • Theo Bunker, cor. West 7th and fith streets. ■ Willow and Rattan "IVroks. Twin City Willow and Rattan Works, 273 West Seventh street. Western Lands. E. H. Hobe. 204 East Seventh street. , Wholesale Confectioners. McFadden-Mullen Co.. 101 East Fifth street * Wholesale Gum Mfgs. Standard Gum Company, 461 Temperance st Wholesale Wines and Liquors. B. Simon, 297-299 East Seventh street. J Wind Mills. Gran Bros., 477 East Seventh street INSTRUCTION. ; DANCING— DANCING SCHOOL, Central hall, Seventh and Cedar sts.; also 185 Rondo st. ; new class now forming. Office hours from 12 to 8 p. m. For terms call or write. ■ j - ELOCUTION, Delsarte and dramatic culture; : private and class lessons. Miss Hass, stu dio 340 Grove st. . MID-WINTER TERM of J. D. Hess Short- : hand college, Pioneer Press Building, opens Jan. 6. Day and evening classds. Make arrangements now. ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND Art, 26 East Exchange St., St Paul— Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin taught. Lessons given in drawing and painting. Call or send for prospectus. . "THE MOZZARA ACADEMIES." corner Sixth and Seventh; private, 27 East Sev enth. Dancing, theatrical and ball room; piano, violin and mandolin taught. Hours 10 to 9. Satisfaction guaranteed. Terms reasonable. : ... WANTED— A practical stenographer of ten** years' experience will give lessons In sten ography and typewriting; day course $5 per month; evenings $4. Positions secured, - 45 Germania Life Building. * . ■■ FARM LANDS. FOR SALE— Forty acres of good farming land, one and a half miles west of Still water Junction, .Minn. Inquire of M. F. Neumann, Stillwater -Junction, Minn. 10,000 ACRES heavy pine timber and 20,000 acres choice farm and fruit lands in Flor- >-! Ida for sale cheap. John G. Allen, 176 East Third st., St Paul.