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THE ABGTJS, WEDXESDAT, XOVEMBEI?, 13, 1901.
A SUIT OF WHITE.
N every cake of Ivory Soap there are 100
complete suits of rich, creamy lather. Before
dressing, put on a suit of Ivory Soap. Cover
the entire body from head to foot with
lather. Take the suit off with tepid water and you
will remove with it all the impurities of the body
which have been carried to the surface through the
pores. Use a pure soap for this.
IVORY SOAP 995-rS PER CENT. PURE.
MUSCATINE WISHES TO
PLAY INI OOS BASEBALL
An invitation has been received ,-iinl
will l,e ju-eeptei for the local Y. M.
". A. to semi a tram to Muscatine
Thank.j'K'iviriy lay to play indoor
baseball with the V. M. I'. A. team at
that place. There lms been very
little indoor baseball plavcd here
this season, but Physical IHrcetor
Pent land hopes to ;et a Team in
haH during the next two weeks.
Muscatine has jjiven up the attempt
to keep a first class basketball team
in the Held since the Hock Island
team trailed their laurels last season.
r.oth the Universities of Nebraska
and Kansas, whose teams have signi
fied a desire to play here during the
holidays, have sent their terms, and
while they are higher than the local
association can raise, it is hoicd
that one of the two will find u way
to accept the lcst offer the seating
capacity of the ymnasitrm here will
warrant, and that arrangements for
a Mine can be made.
State of Illinois.
Rocs Island County, f
la thr-1 Ircult court, to the January term A.
L lirti Liorce
Miltoa W Kevuolds. cmplainant: Sarin E.
'fu the aHjTe omrd non-resllent defend
ant. Sarah E Rrynclds
Afdantof youmon-reslder.ee having been
nlrd In the office of nid circuit court, notice Is
taereoy given to yoi, that thr above Darned com
rloloact has Bird lo sai court his bill of com
plaint aghinsty-u on ton chancery side of Mild
court: that a iiimmoi s la chancer? has been
lMued la said cause Mgalnt you. returnable o
the next term of sail court, to be beguo and
bo den at be cort bou-e la ie cit or Koch
Island la said county on the rnt Monday In
January, a D. liS at which time and place
you wui appear rid plead answer or demur
to said bill of complaint If you see St.
Da-ed at Rock ls.and. IlUuoia, una :3:h day
of November. A. D. !.
oeoKQi W. Uamdli.
CI tv of tbe circuit court la and for Rock
Island county, Illinois.
8weney & Walker.
1 1LARGESTST0VE PLANT IN MWORLDI
makes Happy Homes
The perfect Stove and Range is
distinguished by above trade mark.
Jmml tlmw M
J F. RoBivsoir, President. L. D. Mcdgk. Vice President. H. E. Castkh Cashier.
CEHTRAL TRUST and SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated Uader State Law.
Capital Stock, 3100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
'which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company.
e act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Adminisrator, guardian
and conservator of estates t
g. Receiver and assignee pf ihsolven estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, -women,' invalids and others.
PIHXEE.TON' BACK TO BRIDE
FROM WHOM HE WAS TAKEN
Louis I'inkerton. of Watertown. re
turned to his bride Monday after an
enforced absence of a couple of
weeks, lie is the youny man accused
of perjury in connection with secur
intr a marriage licence for a friend.
At the same time his friend took out
a license, he jrot one also, and both
were married by Justice .1. S. Alt man.
I'inkerton had taken oath that the
other yonn man was 21 years old,
when he was really only 1. When
Thomas I'attison. father of the
rroom, learned that his son had tak
en a wife, he was very wroth, and jro
infT over to l)aenport from Water
town, he investigated ami swore out
a warrant for the arrest of Tinker
ton. Constable Kamsey went to the
home of the accused and the latter
consented to nccomnanv the officer
to the city, where he was placed in
jail to remain until Monday. The
trial was set for Monday afternoon
at H o'clock in Justice HalTs court
and n account of the failure of the
el !er Tattisen. the prosecuting wit
ness, to put in an appearance, the
case was dismissed. Mr. I'inkerton
had ictained A. I. MctJuirk. and the
defense was to be that the prisoner
was not polity, since he had sworn
to the age of his friend to the best of
his knowledge and belief.
Will Yon Sleep Well
Tonight? Not if you have a cough
that begins to torment you as soon
as you lie down. You can conquer
the cough with Allen's Lung l&alsani,
which will reliee the pain in the
chest, the irritation in the throat
and the hard breathing. Since it con
tains no opium, this remedy may be
given freely to children, and to the
most delicate adults.
w ..Irt Sx
Our Consul General Does Not
Mince Words with the Gov
ernment of Bulgaria.
MUST NOT WOBBY THE BRIGANDS
Who Have Minn Stone In Custody for
Fear That They Will Kill
Sofia, Bulgaria. Nov. 1.1. Consul
Oc-neral Ilk.inon. of Constantinople,
lias supplemented his verbal represen
tations to the Bulgarian government by
a note yesterday in which be recapitu
lates the history of the alMluction by
brigands of Miss KUen M. Stone and
her companion. Mine. Tsilka. and the
steps taken to obtain her release, and
reminds the foreign minister of his
promise to irive every assistance. lie
cites instances where the attitude of
subordinate ottieials has not conformed
with this assurance, l'lnally Dickin
son repeats his demand for the non-ln-tt
rfereiiee of the government in the
Troup Endanger the Cptlvr I.Ivr.
lickinsou also quotes from Miss
Stone's letters saying that the chief
danger to which sue Is exposed Is flight
from hiding places by night nt the nj
pmich of troops. He declares that
the people of the United States will
hold the Kuluarlan goveriiuient moral
ly and legally responsible for the lives
01" the captives, should the bandits, ex
asperated by pursuit, slay them.
(iovermiient'M Keply Outlined.
The government's reply according
to the opinion expressed in official cir
cles will set forth that while hesitat
ing to establish the precedent that the
government gives protection to brlg-
ltds. in treating for the ransom of the
captives In the present case. Involving
the safety of two ladles, the govern
ment, as nn act of courtesy and hu
manity, will comply with Dickinson's
Ilrre'n a Slate of Thing.
A private agent who was employed
to visit I m I nil y.a report that the
memlM-rs of the secret committee were
lixcussing the lowest tfrms of ransom
that would be acceptable. One mem
ber of the committee turoi'med ihe tt-.r-
rcspondeiit of the Associated I'ress
that he had been Invited to join the
baud and to take part in 1 lie kidnap
ing, but that he refused, and deprecat
ed nn ntt.ick upon inoffensive women,
pointing out tiiat such action was -sit-culated
to cost th- committee more in
sympathy and support than the value
of twenty ransoms. This view seems
to lie dawning gradually, even in Bul
garian circles, where the kidnaping is
condoned as In tlie interest of a sncrt'd
hl-;ipt (imlii and 1'rixliif-a.
Chicago, Nov. 12.
Following were the quotations on th
Hoard of Trade toda :
Wheat Open. Hish
November ... .72V $ .7J.
.72-i .J1 .71s,
.76 .76 .75
.59 .5y .o8i
.6214 -K2: .61
.9V .3S, .!SV3
November January .
Produce: Uutter Kxtra
22V,a'-2?4c per lb: extra dairy
packing stock. 12Vsf. KgRt Fresh sleek,
22&'23c per doz. Live Poultry Chick
ens, hens. 6Vifi7c per lb; ducks. 7SfSc;
turkeys. 74f'18c. Apples Fair to choice.
JU.00to5.00 per bbl. Potatoes 72S0c per
bu. Cranberries Cape Cod. 6.C0Sj 6.&Q
per bbl; bell and bugle, $.X.
Chicago Live stock.
Hogs Kstlmated receipts for the day,
43.UCP; sales raneed at 14. 0055.30 for
pigs, $3.20tf( 5 C5 for light. $5.355.50 for
rough packing. j.40(jo.Sj for mixed,
and $5.55(1 5.87 Vfc for heavy packing and
shipping lots; bulk of the sales at $5.40
q 3. 65.
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 6.000; quotations ranged at $6.1.Vr
6.85 for choice to extra steers. $5.5n6.u0
for Kood to choice do.. J4.9CS5.F.0 for
fair to good do., $4.15&4.70 common to
medium do., J3.90fM.50 for butchers'
steeers, J4.6O06.5O fed western steers,
$2.1004.30 ctockers and feeders, $1,260
4.60 cows. J2.254.75 heifers. J2.50fi4.60
bulls and oxen, J4.00&5.25 stags, $3.20g
4.25 Texas steeers, J3.754i5.40 grass west
ern steers, and J4. 50(6 6.40 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 25.000; quotations ranged
at J2.50&3.S0 westerns, J2.904.00 na
tives. J3.C04f4.C5 western lamb;, and
J2.7S4f4.70 native lambs. '
Kart Buffalo Live Stork.
East Buffalo, N. Y.. Nov. 12.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, Eas tBuffalo, N. Y..
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts. 10
cars; market steady for good butcht-fs'
stock; lS20c lower for medium to
good shipping steers; veals quiet, J3.75
&7.00. "riogs Receipts, 40 cars; market
slow and generally 10c lower; selected
heavy, J5.U5&6.90; mixed and mediums,
Jo.755.80: good Yorkers. J5.455.55;
light. J5.40gt5.45: pigs, J5.5G5.60; rough.
J5.2S; stags. J4.004.40. Sheep and
Lambs Receipts. 4S cars; market dull;
Iambs. 510c lower: top lambs. J4.6U4
4.65; rew. J4.70; culls to good. J3.50
4.50; sheep steady; top mixed. J3.404j
3.65: culls to good. 1.75p3.30: wethers.
J3.70tT3.S0; yearlings, fair to good. $3.60
3.90: heavy lambs very dull. $4.40f
4.50; number loads of Canadas reported
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Nov. 12
Whea't Lower; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor, 72Vc; track. 73VS744p; December.
72S72c; May, 57sc: No. 2 hard.
71f72c. Com Lower; No. 2 cash.
lc; track, 6262c; December. 69fec;
May, 62c. Oats Lower; No. 2 rath.
41c: track, 42H4Sc; May. 41c; No. 2
white. 44c. Rye Lower; 69VsC.
v Mllwantieo Grata.
Milwaukee. Nov. 1!.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern. 72J
t24c; No. 2 northern, TO'Jfilc; Decem
ber, 714c. Rye Lower; No. 1, 59(g)
(9c. Barley Drooping; No. 2, 68 Vic:
sample, 45 38c. Oats Dull; No. t
white, 43c. Corn May, 61 Sc.
Subscribe lor The Argus.
THE L03 DEIVE IS OVER
FOR 0NX MORE SEASON
The cold weather, according- to the
rivennan's figures, arrived on time
this ear, and the lor drives of this
season are about done. Most of the
1,000 or more men who follow the. oc
cupation on the Mississippi, have
This hus been a satisfactory sea
son for the transportation of logs on
the Mississippi and its main branch
es. The water has been at a reason
able stage at all times. The greatest
difficulty was exjierienced on smaller
streams, where the drives were slow
in getting started. Some of the larg
est of these drives will now be tied
up until next spring. Kach year it is
exiiectd that this difficulty will In
come more pronounced, as the lum
bermen have cut most of the timber
tributary to the large streams.
The 1.000 men employed on the
main drives have had steady employ
ment. Many of these have drawn
most of their season's pay within the
past week. As one of tKvni express
ed it. their "white horses brought
them a good wad." The river driver
refers to his time check or pay check
as his "white horse." During the
first half of the season the river man
was paid Lately he has been paid
$:i and men are scarce at that.
While the river man does not fear
the water at any time of the year, he
prefers to let it alone in November,
lie says that if lie could stay in the
water all of the time in early Novem
ber weather he would have little
complaint. It is on coming out that
What the log drivers call "anchor
ice" has made its appearance. Driv
ers predict that continued cold will
bring chunks of the- floaters down
from the north in a very few days.
I.ik? tiie Indian, he believes that it
will continue com ai icasi long
enough to bring; down the ice. There
fore he is ready for the lumber camp.
GRACE SNELL-COFFIN'S LATEST.
Divorced from tlie Man to Whom She If a
Hern Three Time Marriril.
Chicago. Nov. i:. Jrace Snell Cof
fin, who was married to Frank Nixon
Coflin. her first husbaud. for the third
time a few weeks ago. has leen dl-vem-d
from him it gain. The , Iega!
operation was jierfirmed in Racine.
Wis., last Saturday. 'ottiu mi id tlinr
the iirrangeineiits had been anv.canie
enough, and that the case had been
reminded throughout with tlie utmost
confident lion for the feelings of all
Mrs. Cotnu was a naugnter or Aimra
Snell. the millionaire whose murder
never ha been explained. Slie was
married to Coffin, was divorced nuu
then remarried to him when tliey weic
reunltcMl at the deathbed of their child.
Another divorce followed, and then she
was married to .Tames C. Walker, from
whom she obtained n divor-e because
he threw manuscripts of her novels
Into the fire. She was immediately
remarried to Coffiu. less than a month
TO DOUBT THIS
Is to Disbelieve the Evidence of Your Ow n
It's Bock Island proof, for Bock Is
It's local endorsation for local
It will stand the most rigid inves
tigation. Mr. Albert Littig of 1300 Fifth av
enue, bricklayer and stone mason,
says: "I was taken with a soreness
across my back, and it was further
aggravated by the nature of my work
as I have to be so much in a. stooped
position. 1 saw Doun s Kidney 1'ills
advertised and they were also rec
ommended to me by u neighbor, so I
sent for n box at Marshall & Fisher's
drug store and began taking them.
I was really surprised to see how
quickly they cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Bemember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Spreads I.tke Wild Ore,
When things are "the best" they
become "the best selling1." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belle
ville, O., writes: "Electric Bitters
are the best selling; bitters I have
handled in 20 years." You know
why? Most diseases begin in disor
ders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bow
els, blood and nerves. Electric Bit
ters tones up the stomach, regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, purifies the
blood, strenghtens the nerves, hence
cures multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system. Puts
new life and vigor Into any weak,
sickly, run-down, man or woman.
Price 50 cents. Sold by Ilartz &
Recovered Speech and Hearing.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I commenced
using your Cream Balm about two
years ago for catarrh. My voice
was somewhat thick nnd my hearing
was dull. My hearing has been fully
restored and my speech- has become
quite cleur. ,1 am a teacher in our
town. L. (i. Brown. Granger. O.
No comment is heeded. Trial size
10 cents. Full size 50 cents. Ask
your druggist. We mail it. Ely
Bros., 56 Warren St., New York.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething'. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
alluys all pain, cures wind colic, uml
is the best remedy for diarrhoeu. 25
cents a bottle.
It Is more Important to clean your
system than to clean your house. Liver-Lax,
the little 25c system cleaner,
13 guaranteed to cure constipation.
T. H. THOMAS, Loading Druggist
Andalusia. Nov. 12. William Mosh
er has gone to Chicago on business.
Chester Steckman is ill with typhoid
.Miss Katie Mosher is visiting in
Mjss Myrtle Burgoyne spent a few
tluva of last week in Moline with
.1. Simmons hus moved into Mrs.
Moore's residence in the western
part of town.
Mrs. I. II. Buff um. who has been ill
for some time, is slowly improving.
Miss .losie Strohmier entertained a
few of her young lady friends at a
party last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Lee, of Iluffalo. Iowa, has pur
chased some property of O. Va ling-
ham and will make this village her
KxiMMure to Wet.
dampness and cold, invariably results
in a sudden chill, which if not attend
ed to immediatelv will cause a cold.
By mixing a- t easpoonf ul of Berry
Davis' Painkiller in half a glass of
warm water or milk, the whole sys
tem will be heated and the danger of
cold avoided. Avoid substitutes, there
is but one l'ainkiller, IVrrv Davis'.
l'rice 23c and 5()c.
WANTKII TO KENT,
WaN r ED To rent a house of seven o' eight
roona between i-venteeh a Twenty
Ufth siree's nd Klfth and Fourth avenue'.
Address "1." A Hues.
MON EY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind ot security. Also choice projierty for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne. -Ui Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan monev on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry K'"ds.
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand jiiMids ot all kinds al.so.
Thi.' alMve j:ooils for sale at halt the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly conildcntial. His new number and
locution. iivj:i second avenue. Don l forget
it. J. V. Jones. Two riujis on 1317.
WANTED By r. p?ctble iriddle aped lady,
a quaiatanc-Jof cldeily gentleman'f n emt.
Obj rrtri "inv. Aodress "a. II ," Gen
eral Delivery, Rock Ulacd.
rftlievv. and aarclr
aim nklli immrA. Ci
it irtmt your ttrurvt.t. uc m
box by in'.il, potp&iil.
ra.kr a Iwaatital complexion. Sct.
JOHKSTOIx, HOLLOV.'AY & CO.,
631 Commerc St. Philadelphia, Pa.
"Your Ointment healed my hand
of tetter in two weeks. My doctor
prescrioed it " Linnie tttvis, Cat
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
The Southern Railway
now on sale.
In making; vour arrangements
to ;o to
Call on or write
GEO. B. ALLEN, A. C. P.
St. Louis, Mo., or
J. S. M'CULLOUfiH, X. W. P. A.
'22o Dearliorn" street,
and they will furnish rates, send
literature ami give any information
Coal's Out Aga.in.
I3o you want an article
which will luirn? Try
for cook stoves and you .
will bo pleused.
. E. B. McKown,
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
The Queen of all $2.50 Slioes for
women. In Patent Leather and
Vici Kid, heavy extension sole,
with all the extra touches in
shoe making that give it the
style of a $5.00 Shoe. Widths A,
B, C, D and E. always in stock.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A Kirl for general housework at
1 1K' i niru avenue.
W A NTFD A flrst-cla dining room girl at
tbe Delmonlco restaurant.
WANTED Girl for general house wcrlc
lain fceond svet ue, up stkli.i
WANTED A girl for second cook at Kick-
man's restaurant, 3110 Kiftb avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Appi at sire. w. ti. wm&ler , 715 Twenty
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A boy to work at Brookmaa's
WANTED Three good bell boys at tbe Har
WANTED One or two teams for several
weens' work. D. C W. akocs.
WANTED At once. St) rcolders at Moline
Plow company. Lie neb work. Union tbop.
W ANTED-Stark nursery pays aofh weekly
11 you seu rtarK tiees. ixmiaiana, MO.,
Dansviile. N. Y.
WANTED 50 men to lay asphalt pavement.
iiooa wiweR. a dp y -xwentietn street at a
blxta avenue. Mol ne.
W Nl ED A boy over 1(1 years to drive a
rarpeiier wagoa. Apo'y at corner of sev
enteenth street and First avenue.
WANTED A good rtl'able o'l salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker Oil
and Ia.piemeDt company, Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED At once, flrs'.-clar sal -i man for
our excellent line of oil specialties, onlary
or commiss on. f ;uily Oil Sjpscialty com
pany. Cleveland, (..bio.
WANTEO Salesmen competent to sell a
money making s; eriaity to toe grocery ana
general store rade. Address stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur. Ill
Non but firat-class men who can give bjnd
WANTED - M ISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and small
printing press for use at tbe industrial fair.
inquire oi J. w. uavaaaugn.
WANTED To but an toe box, counter, mar-
b e top, and tools for use in a butcher shop.
AddrebS Alt LUiiberg, bCO third avenue.
WANTED Boarders, with or without rooms.
in tlrht-class location. Best table board.
Telephone 13SW. Itesidence 1229 Second ave
nue. WANTED Agents, either ladies or gentle
men, to canvass in Rock Island or eisnwhere.
Can make ??0 per week. Call from 3 to 9 p.
m. at lw Fif teecth street.
WANTED Well drilling, at very reasonable
price aii work guaranteed Let me
make you a proposition. Address or call on
W. m. McCauiey. ?.'- Second avenue.
WANTED Stone masons at D.. R. I. & N. W.
freipht depot, foot of Seventeenth street,
and Hock Island Sash & Door works, cor
ner Eighteenth street and Fifth avenue.
WANTED 1,000 people who are in need of
readv money to can at tne ureater rxew
Vo k Loan Bank, 320 Twentieth street
Pnooe 5723 brown. Ail unredeemed pledge
at half P'lce.
WANTED An established wholesale bruse.
recent-y Incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
brancn house salry 110 per month, ex-
fenses and commission. Must invest fl.OJO
n capital stock of cmpany, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will b i guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 410, Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A choice 10-acre fruit farm for
8c le in South Rock Island. Finely improved,
bee Keidy Bros.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship with the international Correspond
ence scbouls. Will sell at less th.n cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments. Ad
dress "A 23" Allocs office.
FOR SALE Small 4-acre fruit and garden
farm in South Keck Island; house 6 rooms;
barn and wagon sheds; well and cltern
owner makes aooO gross Income off of faru,
per annum. Also raises chickens. Apply to
Uoidsmitn & MoKee.
FOR SALE One of the best stock or
da ry farms In Bowling township contain
ing 80 acres, about 60 in pa.ture. balance
under cultivation. Good house and other
buddings. Well watered. Price tio per acre.
Terns easy. John Stahlnecker, Milan, IU.
FOR S ALB Lots In McEcirv's addition by E.
J. burns, room 12, Mitchell tt Lynde build
ing, t hese 1 us are on Six h avenue, be
tween Twenty-eighth and Thirtietn streets
Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm street
car line j. Terms to suit purchaser.
FO SALE At a bargain If taken before 8at
nrd iy night, anl.se 5-room cottage, brand
new, on r lot soxita feet; good cellar, well
and co 1 house; house only primed on tbe
outside, not jet p tinted. Don't mtsi this op
portunity to get a mce home cheap. You
uan have this cottage for 1,1'0. not a cent
less. It lequires a cash payment of only
(275, and balance on mortgage for 10 yearn.
haw take in a vacant lot as part payment.
Apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
WANTKD-Twn men want positions as fire
man cr any ind tor-work. Experienced office
cleaners Will work evenings and Sundays
Aden ess "H. 24," this office.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoyant,
tells you the past, present and future cor
rectly. Telia you everything pertaining to
business, marriage, divorce, love affairs,
sickness, death, accidents and everything
of interest. One call will prove her wonder
ful accuracy office hours f rem t to 10 p. m
No. 706 Fourth avenue.
MEDIUM AND PALMIST Gives fuU name of
aii callers, etc. Free tests to all persons
nailing Lovers or any la troub'e. whatever
the nature of the same may be. wul find In
stant help. Yonr entire life read like an
open book. If you worry, go to the medium
of medium, permanently located at 1623
Third avenue, Kock Island. 111. See sign,
'Free Teats to AH." Hours from 8 a m, to
Opposite Harper House.
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
iences, at l fifteenth ureet.
FOR RENT Funiished rooms with modern
conveniences at 12li Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT On suite of office rooms with
steam heat In Krell &. Math build 1 lg.
FOR RENT Nlc-ly furnkhed front room with
heat a.d batb at illti Second avenue.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at llif Second avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished room suitable for
two persons. CU at 1G08 second avenue,
FOI RENT Furnished room and bed room,
suitab e frr one or two gentlemen, at 1219
Fourth aven e.
FOR RENT A ni sely furnished fiont room
wl.h beat, very reasonable. Call at 1132
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with bath;
wi h or with ut board; gentlemen preferred;
at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR REN r Mcelv furnished front room with
aJl modern conveniences Suitable for one
or twopersots. 1517 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOI RENT An 8 room horse with
invrjvements at P8o8 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A 6-room house at CIO i went -sixth
street. Inquire next door north.
FOR RENT K-room bouse. 728 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at 162-i second avenue.
FOR RENT An 8 room hoiue, 2815 Flftb-and-a-halt
avenue Inquire at 2832 Fifth avenue
FOR RENT S. S. Hull hai aeveral houses for
rent from $10 to $-0. Call at room 15, Mitch
ell & Lynde buiiding.
FOR RENT An 8 room bouse with gas and
hot and cold water at F38 Twentieth street.
Inquire at 1107 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT House of six rooms with modern
conveniences at 529 Eleventh street. In
quire cf J. D. Beecher, 800 Seventeentn
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house with all mod
ern conveniences on Twenty-thrd street
between F.'th aod seventh avenues. Ap
ply to Golasmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Furnished house for six or -J
months nine rooms, modern improve
ments. Reasonable price to private farrl
Iv. Apply at 1521 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Two 6 room houses, just com
pleted. All modern conveniences Hot and
cod water, beat and light. L-Ksated 1H5
and 1117 Nineteenth street. Apply T. E.
Vietch, Harper house
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A first-class saloon in Davenport
ceap if taken at once. astman, Godirey
FOR RALE Hard coal base-burner In Brst-elu-s
condition, very cheap, inquire at 2207
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lln s of business. Boatman & Co.,
17im Seoond avenue.
FOR SALE Bedroom set. chairs, cot. toilet
sets. etc. Call at 41 1 Twelfth street, be
tween 8 and 10 a. m.
FOtt ALE a cash register, show cases ard
fixtures and linolium iv tlx up a store at the
Greater Mew York Loan bank, 320 Twentieth
street, or telephone 5n3 brown.
FOR SALE A first-clafs second band house
heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
for aveam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use for it. Allen Myers St, Co
FOR SALE A sma 1 Banner heater. Can be
us-d for soft or hard col Nearly new. Can
be bought very reasonable. Also birch com
bination boon case. Apply evenings at 736
FOR S ALE A g iod family mare 8 years !d.
weight 1.200 pounds, color, bay. race co5.
Can be een on Market square between tbe
hours of 10 and 12 a m and 2 and 4 p. m
Can at Wi liam Stockham's harness shop on
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A lady"s purse containing two cou
pons and 7. finaer leave at Argus omce
and be liberally rewarded.
LOST A child's white fu- co lar between be
Christian church and btrteentn street a a
Sixth avenue. Finder p e return to u
GU8 office or to M s L C. Ihrig, 1319 Sixth
LOST Sunday evening, a fur collar, either on
seventh avenue between ugnteentn ana
Twenty-flr.t strceti or on the latter s r t
above seventh avenue Finder return to 1038
Twenty-nrst street and receive reward.
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage. Money
loaned on household goods, U15 second ave
nue. FIRST CLASS BOARDING At 1405 Fourth
avenue. Location central, bouse modern,
rooms newly furnished f w mora laoles
and gentlemen can arrange for table board
by applying at above number.
J. P. WII LIAMSON buva. sells and exchanges
all kinds of second band goods, wui pay
rr ore thn any other dealer ard sells
cheaper All kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, ISIS
Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
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