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TTIE ATTGTJS, TKTDAT, XOVEMBETI, 8,-1001.
H. H. LOHSE IS DEAD
TALES OF THEATRE.
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VERY old maxim declares that it isn't econ
omy to pick up pins ; the time is worth more
than the pins. Similarly it is not true econ
omy to do without Ivory Soap; your health
requires the daily removal of the bodily 'xcretions
which are discharged through the pores jthe skin.
These tiny mouths must be kept ojy ,,and they
should be opened only with a pure soap. T
IVORY SOAP 99f PER CENT. PURE.
"MEN OF ILLINOIS," IS
TO BE A VALUABLE VOLUME j
E. A. St. John and Ihirrv St. -I
f Chicago, are in the city in the in
terest of a volume entitled "Men of
Illinois" that is in course of prepa
ration by Halliday it licrsooi. of
Chicago, and is to make its appear
ance Feb. 1. The work which is pri
marily for the comeiiicnce and
of iiewspajters, and is lieing prepar
ed under the direction of an advis
ory board composed of Hugo Van
Jloesten of the Kecord-llerald. II. II.
Tingle of the Chronicle and A. .1.
Jeshout of the Inter Ocean. will be
t value generally as u handy work
of reference. Judging from the ad
vance proofs the aim is to make a
high and representative standard in
the choice of subjects, which are
presented in finely executed engrav
ings with condensed biographies.
There are to Ik- a.rno of these por
traits. I'.sou of which hate already
leen prepared. Kock Island
will, as it should, be well
l'rotn Coopers ville, Mich.. comes
word of a wonderful discovery of a
pleasant tasting liquid that when
used before retiring by any one
troubled with a bad cough always
ensures a good night's rest. "It will
kooii cure the cough too, writes Mrs
S. Hiinelburger, "for three genera
tions of our family have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and never found its equal for
coughs and colds." It's an unrivaled
life-saver when used for desperate
luti! diseases. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1.00 at Ilartz & Ulleineycr's.
Trial bottles free.
C. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Vt., says
his child tras completely cured of a
bad case of eczema by the use of De
Witt's iiteli llav.cl Salve, t He ware of
all counterfeits. It instantly relieves
piles. II. II. Bieber and llartz & Ulle-meyer.
lliRGEST STOVE rUINTtiEVoiS
The leading stoves and ranges in the world. Unequalled
for "perfect construction, economy of fuel, handsome ap
pearance. Over 3,0,OOO in use. Famous for 35 years.
For sale by leading dealers everywhere. Look for the
trade-mark, and insist - eing the genuine JEWELS.
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Seventeenth etreet. Telephone 4753.
Gsw v ri r i r
WEDDING AT H0LY0KE, MASS
I oil 11 I. Weyerhauser, uhu a few
years ago moved from I lock Inland
to Lake .tchagaiuou. Wis., where he
ha? extensile, IuihIm-i interests, was
i ied at noon yesterday at llolv
oke. Mass.. to Miss Annie M. Ilol
brook. a former teacher in the Mo
line hijrh school, and more
a traveling representative
Prang Art company, of Chicago. The
ceremony was )erformed at the
home of the bride's mother. Mrs.
Elihu llolbrook. Uev. Hill, a brother-in-law
of the groom, officiating, the
guests, mostly relatives, numbering;
7c. Mr. Weycrhiiuser and his bride
will spend their honeymoon in Cali
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Davis, of
this citv. were guests at the wed
ding. ik ia:.soxs
Why ICork Inland I'roplc should Follow
I'ecause the proof is in Koek Is
land. Vou can thus investigate the
When investigated they will prove
It demonstrates that theory gives
way before facts.
Mrs. J. Anderson, of 1'Mj Thirty
eighth street, says: "I had steady
pain through my kidneys and in niy
hips. esccially after a hard day's
work when my back hurt nie so se
verely that it made nie nervous und
restless nights. There was too fre
quent action of the kidney ecivtions
as a rule, very annoying und distress
ing. Doan's Kidney l'ills were rec
ommended to ine and I obtained a
box at Marshall & Fisher's drug
store. In u few days I began to im
prove and I continued the treatment
until 1 was completely cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price T0
cents. FostevM'Iburn Co., HulTalo,
S"ew York, sole agents for the U. s
Ilemember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
"One touch of nature mukes the
whole world kin. one touch of humor
makes 1 whole world grin." If one
touch has that effect what will hun
dreds of touches do? Why turn the
grin into one prolonged roar of side
splitting tears racing down the
cheek merriment. This is the ef
fect r witnessing a lierformance of
William (iillette -.Ml the Comforts
f J lomc" 'which will be presented
here Sunday evening-. A gooil story
ari.os is of u prominent citizen of
.Tiicago. who had become a chronic
hypochondriac. Jn vain had doetorR,
laiuiiy ami iriencls labored with him.
nothing could 1h done, a picture of
utter despair, he cast a gloom upon
4 every one with whom he came in con
tact with. One morning a friend
met him. transformed. smiling,
beaming. "Why old fellow, vou look
! a not her man. what's come over you?
i Have you been left a million?" "Xo,
jWilkins, but 1 saw "Ail the Comforts
'of Home" last night, did you?" "No."
!"Too bad. too bail. Weli. I tell you
(what we'll do. It plays in Juliet to-
night. I want to see it again any
J way. Come on. we have no time to
lose. I'll stand all expenses."
! Krnest Set on- Thompson, who has
j gained world iile fame with his
charming animal stories, will give
two of his intensely interesting talks
on wild animals at Harper's theatre
next Tuesday afternoon and evening.
The afternoon lecture will begin at
-1:1.1. thus enabling the hundreds of
school children who are eager to
hear him to attend. Both the lect
ures are ' profusely illustrated by
views made from his own drawings.
Popular prices will prevail, and the
i house will doubtless be packed both
afternoon and night.
Hrooke and his famous Chicago
orchestra are to appear at Aligns-j
tana college chapel next Tuesday .'
evening, giving the lirst entertain-
nieiit in the J.yceum course. " The j
ban 1 was recent ly in Kockfonl and)
the Uegister-liaette had this to sa v : i
I i ne appearance oi lirooKe s t in-
j cago Marine band orchestra at the!
jouera house Tuesday evening, as the I
first numU r in Ihe Y. M. C. A. series I
of entertainments, was met with a!
crowded house, even Ihe boxes leing "
almost uncoiufortabl v tilled. Prom
his first entrance tixi the stage. )
Thomas I'reston IS rook e was recog- !
nized by the big audience as a mas-
terful leader, and at the close of the i
William Tell overture every doubter i
was conv incetl. i lie nuinlicr is al-i
wavs an effective one from a large
orchestra and it was played better;
Tuesday night than it has been cr- ;
haps in the history of the house be
fore. "Mr. Urooke's mastery is so :
simple as to be even more striking. I
His usual position is standing
straight before his men. perfectly!
quiet, save for a slight wrist motion j
in wielding the baton, whose move- i
nients are hardly apparent to thei
audience, so quiet they are. lie was'
generous in response to applause. :
nearly every number being encored." (
Tonight the Harry Shannon com
pany will present Duinas' master
piece C'aniiire.' A line production
is promised. The Wabash liaily
Times of Oct. -Oth says: "Not since
the lirst opening of the llartcr opera
lifkiwi. lifiu Kiw.il inn rtl I (1 eili t Sliwli- i
ence witnessed such drama, present
ed by such talent amid such stage
settings us last night. 'Camille." the
great masterpiece of Alexander )u
mas. was presented by the Harry
Shannon company. The cast was of
most superior talent, the costumes
as elegant as to be found in the
courts of kingd. The stage settings
would lie a credit to any theatre.
From start to finish the performance
was practically perfect." Seats are
going rapidly and it will be more
than likely that a large house will
greet the company this evening. To-,
j morrow a dime matinee will be given. '
10 cents to everyone. Little Hazel J
und Harry will be seen in new spe- j
jcialtics. Tomorrow night will con-t
i elude the engagement when "A Hoy!
'and u tiirl. a comedy drama, will)
be presented. Little liuzel and liar-
try Shannon both play prominent
j par to i:s this play, !
That Tbrobbliiff Headache
Would quickly leave you. if you
used Dr. King's New Life l'ills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure,
blood ami build up jour health. Only :
2j cents. Money baek if not cured.
Sold by llartz & Ullenicyer, drug
gists. I have long suffered from indiges
tion," -writes Li. A. LeDeis, Cedar C ity,
Mo. "Like others I tried many
preparations, but never found any
thing that did me good until I took
ivodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle
cured me. A friend who had suffered
similarly I put on the use of Kodol
I Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining last
and will soon De aoie i" on.
fore ne used Kodol Dyspepsiu Cure
indigestion had made him a total
wreck." U. IX. liieber and Hnrtz &
WHAT ABOUT TOUR BOWELS?
If the people only attended to the
regular movement of their bowels as
closely as they do to their business
and social affairs, half the ills of life
would be avoided. Constipation and
torpid liver are the forerunners of se-
lious disease and should be cured at
... w , r . t 1111 nljian fr I
once with Liver-Lax, the little
liver pilL Guaranteed to cure.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggist
Ex-Member or City Council Implies
at Hi Home on Kightli Ave
nue This Morning.
The death of Kx-Ald. Hans Henry
Lohsc occurred at ti:'.'U this morning
at his home. !CS Kighth avenue, from
the result of cancer of the stomach,
with which he hail been siitl'criii"
for the past six months.
Deceased was one of Kock Island's
most highly respected ' citizens. He
was born in . tiermany in ly7, but
came to America in lhtis and fur the
past 'V2 years hail made this city his
home. He was a mill-wright bv
trade, but for a number of years he
conducted a grocery store on the
corner of Kighth avenue and Tenth
street. He remained actively engag
ed in the affairs of life up to last
spring, when age
led him t o re I ire.
.lr. Lohse was
and of the I'latt
of this citv. He
and failing health
an active member
No. li. A. . I". W..
served in the citv
council from the Second ward during
the term from 1V.I7 to 1:i;i. faithfully
fulfilling his obligation to his con
stituents in every respect. The sur
viving members of the. family are the
wife and two sons. Henry and
('ustavc. both of this city. The fun
eral will be held at .' p. in. Sunday
from the home.
WILL RECOMMEND MORE
PAY FOR THE CAMP CLER 5
In his moiithlv bulletin for ca inn
clerks, which is 'now about readv for
the I. less. Ilea.l Clerk II awes of t he
Modern Woodmen will emiihasie the
importance of the cainj) clerks ef
forts in maintaining the standiriir of
the order. He will urge the selection
oi the best and most active nun
the position ami will recommend an
increase of the compeiisnt ion allow
ed them. In ' the clerks the head
clerk sees the remedy for the with
drawals of younger Members and the
lapsing of camps.
TRI-CITY COMPANY GETS
finSTTET?. ON SPINTHETOP i '
O. 1.. t miner, who is at I'eaumont
in tin- interests of the Tri-City Oil
company telegraphs back today:
"Tri-City well in. t'ool il-inch gush
er." This is continuation of the in
formation received yesterday after
noon to the same effect. Those who
art- interested in the concern are
j jubilant .
TilK STKANl SI' IT
VI A K.
Who Are lleaduiiiirlert for l.ovn'
ami C 'hildreii'a TSovcltlen
herevv it h
ill I rod uce
as one n
The "St rami" suit
tvle to the "Funston.
at the neck.
made with a belt, and
those who have seen
if pronounce it
for a winter's
us "just the thin
Jumped on a Ten I'euny Nail
The little daughter of .1. X. Powell
jumped on an inverted rake made of
ten penny nails, and thrust one nail J
entirely through her foot ntid a sec
ond one half war through. Chuni-
berla ill's Pain 15a I in was promptly ap
plied and live minutes later the pain
had disappeared and no more suffer
ing was experienced. Iu three days
llie cniiu was wearing ner snoe as j
usual and with absolutely no di.-s- !
comfort. Ir. Powell is a well known
merchant of Forkland. Va. Pain
Balm is an antiseptic ami heals such
iujuries without maturation and iu
one-third the time required by the
usual treatment. For sale by all
Hives are a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to some
j Easily cured. Doan's Ointment never -
fails. Instant relief, permanent cure
, . .. . . . il.im . , . . , l . .1 t-
At any drug store. 50 cents.
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J Subscribe for The Argus.
The November "National Maga
zine" has five features of lirst class
value, besides a host of other matter
f m high grade of excellence. The
number contains a dose range char
acter study of Theodore I'oosevelt as
president, by Editor .loe Mitchell
Chappie: a powerful story by Maxim
(lorky, the new Kiissian literarv star:
ja striking article on Host oil's linan
jcial condition, of vital interest to all
American cities, by Mayor Thomas
N. Jlart; a vivid statement by Editor i
Levepie of the New Orleans "llarle-!
tjuin." of the extraordinary prosper-!
ity ami good cheer that has been I
brought to the -south by the record-J
ureuKing cotton crop or r.iui. and a
survey by Charles W. 1 learn, president-elect
of the New England Pho
tographer;" association, of the rise
of art photography in America. This
article is illustrated with large and
jierfcvt engravings of twelve of the
prize photographs of the year, the
!est known photographers of all the
I large A merit-
in cities being repre- I
The November number
North American Kevicw keep.-
ii p t lie
reputation which that periodical has
so long enjoyed for its success in
dealing with the immediate topics of
the time in the most comprehensive
and authoritative manner. Ilannis
j I aylor. formerly I'nited States Min
ister to Spain, in an article evincing
i profound learning ami mastery of
the subject, discusses ihe relations
' ,,e ' ' '""
tie Cesar, inem
Wr of 1 lu' I tli Ilji
! ",s "' "l:on n ,,"m ''oice
The Next Conclave" is likely to fall
in the selection of a successor to l.eo
XIII. K. A. l'inkerion. eastern man-
of I'iukertou's National Detect
Agencv. advocates "Detective
I i v
Surveillance of Anarchists." I'rbain
Coiner, a distinguished French writ
er, makes "A I'len for American In
tervention in Turkey," to put an end
to the oppression and cruelty prac
ticed upon the Christian subjects of
the sultan. President C. F. Thwing.
of the Viestern Kescrve I "ni versify .
sets forth the "Ethical Fund lis of
Football." Jules Koche gives much
inf ornia t ion
!'i'he National Debt if France.";
I Hamilton . Mabie contributes a
I t bought fill essay on "American Op-
jiort unit ies a ml Education." Senator!
i.l. I.. Mcl.aurin expounds the princi-'
'pies and the aims of 'The Coiiinier-j
;-ial Democracy o fthe South." .1. D. j
I I liclan. inavor of San i-rancisco. in i
;an article replying to Ho Yow. the
Chinese Imperial Constil-tieiicral.
enumerates reasons "Why thc
' Chinese Should be Excl mleil." An
jthoiiy N. Hratly gives an interesting
i account of "The Services of Electric
ity to .Man." with a statement of the
'vast amount of capital invested in
i the development of -this new force.
! O. 1. Austin, dealing wnli the recent
j dec rouse in American manufactured
'exports. answers negatively 1 tie
j query. "Has the Threatened Euro
I pea it War Against American Mai.u
Ifactures HegunV" H. i. Wells dis
! cusses "The Larger Synthesis."
i through which Ihe various natioual-
ities are tending toward the forma
tion of a universal state, and W. 1. j
llovveils concludes his comments up
on "An Italian View of Humor."
JOINT SMASHERS LIABLE.
: Kansas Supreme Court Holds Tbe?
The Kansas supreme, court has affiriu-
ed the judgment of the district court of
i Shavvuee county iu the case of the state
iagaiust Iialfe Stark. Stark -was one of
; Carrie Nation s assistants in joint
suiaslflns. says a Topeka dispatch. In
one of their raids they destroyed prop
erty, which led to arrests. Stark was
fined and costs. The whole amount- '.
ed to about $100. He appealed to the su- j
' premt court, claiming, auioug oilier
;thiugs. that a saloon, beiu under ihe
ban of the law. might be destroyed by !
,auy citizen without violation of the
' law. Iu its syllabus the court says:
! "I'laces where iutoxicatiug liquors are
sohl or kept for sale or places where
persons are permitted to resort for the
'purpose of drinking the same tire de
! dared by statute to be common uni
1 sauces. This fact, however, does not
! Justify their abateiueut by auy persou
. or persons without process of law. They
:-au lie abated only by a prosecution iu
siiriilar in j stituted In behalf of the public by the
imttoii i-Iiisp prvper officers. The destruction or in-
jury to the property used iu aid of the
maintenance of such nuisances, except
in the manner provided by the statute,
i ti esDass."
KO It SALK-MISC ELLANEOIS.
FOR SALE A good restaurant cheap.
FOR SALE 4 first-class saloon In Davenport ;
if taken at onoe. Esstmac, God'rey :
FOR SALE Cheap, borse. buggy and harness,
o - will trade for otner goods.
-'87. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lins of business. E.stman St Co.,
17W4 Seejnd avenue.
FOR SALE One cook stove, one heating
stove, ooe bed room suite, extension table,
center table, chairs, etc , at 2l:tl Sixth ate
uue. FOR SALE A lirst-cla's second hand house
healing boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
forskeamor hot water heat. A bargain to
parties baring use tor it. Allen Myers & Co
PilR s ALE A urn 1 Banner heater. Can be
! tmrd for soft or hard co. 1 Nearly new. Can
I be bought very reasonable. ALso b rchconi-
1 beveneentb eet.
FOR SALE One heavy ezprtss wagon, one
frm wagoo. two buggies, two sets aouoie
harness, one set ciogle harness o e wavon ,
scale, ore piatrorm aie. lour neatioc
stoves. Apply to nrs Kiugger. otri Fortieth
The Queen of. all 8:2.00 Shoes for
women. In Patent Leather and
Viei Kill, heavy extension sole.
1) anil K.
WAXTKU FEM A LE II EM.
WANTED A tlrst-clas dining room gill at
, tbe Delmonlco restaurant.
W N 'EU-Neu girl for general housework.
Apply 2t2 Thirteenth street.
WANTED tiirl for gen rut housework
1819 Second a vet ue, up stairs.
WANTED A Kirl for seeond cook at Kirk
man s restaurant. 3110 Fifth avenue.
WaNXED Woman cook ard one t:irl A p
pl? a. -I. Wight's, lvs.i Second avenue
WANTED A plrl for general housework.
Appi at Mrs. W. H. Wni&leri. 715 Twnij
WATS T El LE 11EI.F.
V ANTED Three tjood bell boys at the Har
WANTED-A good mvnatthe Gem laundry.
Short hours. Good p.iy.
WANT ED Or, e or two
weeks' work. li. C W.
W ANTED Stark nurserv pass cash weekly
If you sell Stark t.ees. Louisiana, Mo..
Dansvlile. X. Y.
WANTKD-50 men to lay asphalt pavement.
;mh1 wa e A op y Twentieth street aLd
Sixth avenue. Mol ne.
W ANTED A food rel'abl o'l salrsmin. on j
commission or salary. A ldres 'Quaker Oil
and iameineut, companv. Clevelu.d. Ohio, i
... . ... . ,,
WANTED-Salesmen competent to sell
money makimr specialty to the srocery rd
general store .rade Address Stnd
url Manufacturing company. Decatur, ill.
None but first-class men who can give band
.. . - -
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED Three or foir unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping CentriLy located
AOdrts, G 31," Aiius Ollice. !
WANTED To rent a house of seven or eight
lifth streets nd Vlfih and Fourth avenuei.
AddreiS L. " Allocs
WANTEO-lhree or four furoi-hed looms
with heat, for life-ht h usekeeping. Must be
in nice locality, wiling to pay reasonaoie
rental Address "R II." Araus
r . . -
WANTED A ew good canvasser. Good
thin? for good people, men or women. Call
at 1 1 Third avenue.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig .saw and small
printing press tor use at tbe Industrial fair.
Inquire oi J. W. Cavanaugh.
WANTED Have rented George A.
Id a residence. Fourth avenue.
like a few more roomers
or boarders. Mrs. I
M. E Hepburn.
WANTED Well drilling, at very reasonable
prines All work guaranteed Let me
make you a proposition. Address or call on
W. M. McCauley. Il3 Second avenue.
WANTED 1.000 people
monev io call m thMMerNew
K ey,iirJk T TwenVieili stw-t?
t?.iI?-i?l,t- .. ..2eAV5.l5
v, k Lo
I'nooe h?ZS blown. Ail unredeemtd pledge i
at halt p. ice.
) WANTED An established wholesale b'use
recent y incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house s,ulsry tllO per month, ex
penses and camtti-ialon. Must invest (l.uuu
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will b i guaranteed, and
furnish snf actory references. Adoress.
Secretary, uox 410. Kansas City. Mo.
WANTED-Two men want pas'lons as fire
man or any ind tor work. Experienced office
cleaners VVill wori evenings and feundavs
Addiess ' M. "i," Ihu otlice.
FOK SALE A choice lu-acre fruit farm for
j s.le in South Hock Island. Finely improved,
j bee Keidy Bros.
FOK SALE Mce new cottage, unfinished
upstairs: size 18x36 feet: lot &xl7a feet. '
oa Twelfth ttreet. three bloeks irom city '
limits; factsetst. Price I.O0. Apply to Gold-
smith & McKen. '
FOR SALE Small 4-acre fruit and garden
farm in South Keck Island: bouse 5 rooms:
burn and wagon sheds: well and cistern
owner makea hiu gross Income off of farui
per annum. Also raises chickens. Apply to
Uoldsmitn & McKee.
FOR SALE One of the best stonk or
dairy farms In liowllng township contain-'
Ing bo acres, about in pa-lure, balance
under cultivation. Good house and other
buildings. Well watered. Price tiO per acre.
. Tern. s easy. John Stahlnecker, Milan, I1L
FOR SALE Lots tn McEclry's addition by E. '
J. Burns, room 1-. Mitchell & Lynde build-'
ing. i ttese 1 is are on Six h avenue, be-'
t ween Twenty-eighth and Thirtleto streets
Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm street
car line Terms to suit purchaser.
MONEY TO LOAN.
( - MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
j kind of security. Also choice property for
saie ana rent. v. v.oyne, seven
teenth street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical In
struments, bicye es. clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest easn p ices pin
for s -ootid hand ods of all kinds also.
Toe above go.fs for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strict
ly confidential His new number and loca
tion. &l t Second avenue. Don't forget it.
J. W. Jones. Two rings on VM7.
Kl!SlESj OPPOKTt NITY.
FOR RtENT store oa Second aveou. with!
flat above, sr 135 per month, or wdl sellout
my fruit business, including four show cates.
Ice box, shelving, tables, stock of tobacco,
and aU fixtures. for15X Reason tor selling
U wife is sick and unable to assist me. This
would make a good store for any purpose, as
It Is furnished complete. Must sell this
week, and this is a splendid bargain. An
swer at once to "XX No.. 42 '" Store re
ive it the
Opposite Harper House.
FOR KENT KOOMS.
FOR KliMT One room, ull modern codvcl
iences, at 217 Fifteenth ftreet.
FOB RENT Furnished rooms for light noise
keeping at 140. Second avenue.
FOR HEW--Furnished rooms with mode ra
convenience at i-lti Fourth avenue.
FOR RI5NT Furnished rooms with ezcellet t
table board at 701 Seventeenth street.
FOR REVT On. suite of office rooms nitb
steam heat In Krell j Math bulldiog.
FOR RENT Nlctly furulshed front room wit a
heat and bata at Hid Second avenue.
FOR KENT Furnished room
Steam heat, oath and gat
for g-entlemt n.
FOR RENT A furnished room suitable for
two persons. Call at 1008 Second avenue,
FOR RENT Two furnished roon.s with bat 1 .
wi.h or with jut board; gentlemen preferred,
at Sixth avenue.
; FOR REN T Pleasant room ucfurnished. to
south windows, water, etc Apply over
FOR RENT Famished room suitable for one
or two gentlemen, with privilege or bath at.
i.i Twenty-Second street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with
all modern conveniences. Suitable for one
or twopersOLs. 1517 Seventh avenue.
j FOR RENT One cicely furnished front room.
! suitable for one or two gentlemen. Kent
reijnable. Inquire at ZSJ Thirteeenta
j FOR RENT Two furnished front rooms,
I steam heat and bath. Ail modern convtn-
j iences. Three blocks from postofflce. Jfc'O
i sixteenth street.
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IOK KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A ti-room house at ! we ntj -
i sixth street. Inquire next door north.
RENT s-room house.
street. Inquire at l6-'.i second avenue.
rOR RENT-Reasonable. a r-room cpttaee.
I lfaiirallle locaiion, at 848 Twenty-lirsttreet.
FOR RENT An 8-room house. 2815 Flfth-acd-
! 'oalf aU- t 833 Fifth .venue
I FOR RENT S. S. Hull ba several houses for
j rent from 10 to V0. Call at room 15, AMick
ell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT A molern Hat on Fourth avenue
between Twelfth atd Thirteenth streets.
Inqu're at the American laundry. 501 Twelfth
conveniennes at Eleventh street. In
quire of J. D. tJeecher,
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house with all mod
ern conveniences on Twenty-lh rd street
between F.'th and eveulh avenues. Ap
ply to (Joldsmith & McKee.
I RENT Two 0 room hou-.es. just eon.
Pieted. All modern conveniennes Hot and
co'd water, beat and light. V Ksated tlift
co'd water, beat and light.
and 1117 Nineteenth street.
Vietch, Harper house
Apply T. E.
M ISt El.l.VNEOr.S.
loaned on household
lor storage. MoneT
,-oods, llb (second ave-
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F1KST CLASS IJOARDlNi J At Fourth
avenue. Location central, house modern,
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:J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and exchanges
all kinds of Second hand goods, will pay
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cleatilng done also. J. P. Williamson, 1515
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