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Three Councilmen, a Treas urer and an Assessor. ONE VOTE FOE BEECKINBIDQE -V No Opposition to tli«» Democratic Cm»* didst«« ami an Kvtranrrilnarjr Ught Vota Th« Tramping Newspaper Man Stormstajed for a Whole Day. Special CorrespondenceKventtur Journal. NkW Casti.k, April 11 —The municipal election of 1894 was bnid yesterday, but* nobody wonld have known it who had not read the newspapers or the mayor's proclamation—except, of course, tho saloon keepers, who bad to close atlSnoou yesterday aud keep tbeir places shut up until the opening hour this morning. Bat dozens of men were astounded^ to learn that i^was "election day" when they hurried toward a saloon aud were kept outside by Ills bolted door. A shad fisherman who started up town with his whiskey bottle and a expression on his face, founded to learn that neither love nor mouey would purchase the stuff that day. of "lessavadrink" was dumb At the polls the same dull quiet, that was characteristic of old New Castle during that snowy April day prevailed and after telling each other about 4'Ni jokes—all they knew and Borne t Lu to manufacture—the Inspectors U'JFa nod and fall asleep. Only votes were polled, William W. Cooper, the second Couucllmanic candidate for a full term, receiving the unanimous support of his fellow citizens. The ticket as elect ( d consista of five active youug Democrats, as fallows: City Connell—Term of Two Years, 1.KWI8 E. EMAHON, WILLIAM 4V. COOPER. City Connell—Term of One Year, JOHN 11. MARTIN, City Treasurer, WILLIAM J. KERRIS. City Assessor, GEORUK E. TBMI'l,K. Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge recsived one vote for the full term in City Coun cil, and there were other scattering votes for colored John Henry, A. L. Boyd and ex-Conncllmaii Qoorge W. Eckles. The new officiais will be sworn In to night by Mayor Herbert, aud City Connell will organize. It is expected that Mr Etlason will be chosen as the presiding officer, but that no change will be made in the city officials usually elected by Council. This is tho tirBt City Council for five years that has not had a Repub llcan or Prohibitionist in it. ilH.I I) to The City llnuri V I'rogrmn. All arrangements are complete for the next Satur City Cornet, Band's couce day night, and the band 'will hold its filial rehearsal to-night. The program is as follows: r BAHT 1. March, **C. A. U. .... W. II. Eher le hand* Written ami fieri hated to the Columbia AthleRc Club, New (-antic. Overture, "Mettra Et Tniun«"..... Band. Baritone solo, •'Armourer's Song. ... Barber From "Hobln Hood" II. B. llarrbon. Recitation, **The Sisterly Kc.hr mo,"... Bunner Mia» M. WhlUon. Piccolo bolo, ••skylark Polka.".Cox Hand AccoiH|niiiint. Double Male Quartet . ."Old Oaken Bin ket" Scholl lc he, "Old Hornet-load,". Band. ....Ore* Violin aolo .Selected UUNtave Lallan. Recitation. "A Boat Race." — Misa M. Whitson. .Holmes p PART II. Cornet duet, "Only a Picture,". Arr. Iiy Kliorl* Hand A.. n.i it. Baritone soto, "Answer,". «■ 11. B. Harrison. ..Itchy ii Descriptive Gallop, *'F •in-Hand,"_Beyer Introducing whip», plutolH and bugler* Band. Double Male Quartet. "Come Where tho Lillee Bloom" ...... Selected Plano dnet. MImi's Hunt/.and Coffman. Overture, *'I*rimroae,"...E. Binpant Band. Cornet aolo, "Browe'e Autograph Polka," t.'oscy .Hall \V. H Elwrle. March,"Aiucricau I'wl.k" Band. I'f-leslrliin. Neu »paper Man Ktormstayeil. A miu who attracted considerable at tention in town to-day was G. Grosvenor Dawe, of the New York Review of Re views, a newspaper man who is "tramp ing It" through tbia Peninsula, Vir glaia and the Khenaudoab. When Mr. Dawe at rived here yesterday, he was etormstayedr for the first time during ins trip and was forced to make the best of twenty-four hours iu Now Castle during a fierce storm. He, however, enjoyed liimself as he visited all the points of interest here, Inspected the couuty jail and whipping post and wont through the old Court House Mr. Dawe wore Ills slouch hat 1 / \ N . .jud; Mr. D. Sterling Mittel Winterstown. I**. Nerves and Blood Strengthened and Purified by Hood's Sarsaparilla Scrofula Humor and Distress In the Stomach Cured. The following testimonial comes from Mr. If. Sterling Mitzel of Winter,town, Pa., who con ducts a printing office and collecting agency and 1, the youngest Justice of the |ieac* In the state : "C. I. Hood SI Co., Lowell, Mass. : " Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a wonderful health restorer, nerve strengthener and blood purifier. For the last four or five years I have lieen troubled with humor and scrofula In the blood, breaking out all over my body, which caused Itching and kept me from rest at night, I was also, at the same time, troubled with a Sour 8tomach, which was anything but pleasant. I could not even take a swallow of water but what I suf fered from distress and acidity. 1 did not eujoy » good meal until after I romnu-m-ed to use Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 could see tiie good el Hood's 5 #" 1 * Cures frets after the first lew doses. I continued to sï: •*>* medicine until now I have taken five bottles and feel entirely cal Mitzkl, Justice of Peace, Winterstown, Pa. Hood'S PIM» «et easily, ye'. yrompUy aud aSclently.cn the 11 »er and bowgls. 25c. l>. ST DK 1 IV) Baking* ^Powder flhsohtlely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder. iTIgheet all In la*vent latest United states Government Food Report. Royai. Bakino PowoirOo lWWall Ht. N. Y gray suit, loose fit ting knickerbockers and heavy walking shoes Apropos of the Joyous spring. Yesterday afternoon the sewing class organized by Miss Matuo Holcomb and a number of other young women, met at Miss Louise Rodney's home on Third Btreet. The overwhelming evidences of the earty approach of joyous spring, suggested that, yesterday afternoon's session be cousumed iu making clothing appropriate to warai weather Lawn dresses were therefore manufactured at lively rate. Au Important IMrco of Newn. "I'll tell you somethiug that'll startle the natives," said a prominent citizen to the Evknino Journal reporter last evening, "but you must promise not to write or say a word about it. before Thursday, and then not without I give you permission." "Well, will this big piece of news he unfavorable orencourag lugt" was asked "Why, sir," replied the promtneut citizen, "it's so good that the news of it alone will he worth $'> in every man's pocket.." Caucase Ordered to Wilmington. News comes from up the river that the Belgium steamship Caucase, which was lowed to Point Breeze after belug ashore tu the Delaware river, has been ordered to proceed to Wilmington, to bo docked for examination The eulire cargo has been discharged at Poiut Breeze. The true condition of the vessel will not be known until a survey Is held. Silver Pirate. Stole n lloat. ' Captain Corson, of the schooner Adeita Corson, now at Philadelphia, re ports that river thieves stole hit small ooat a few nights ago. while his vessel was anchored in the Delaware river off Cooper's Point, The mate and steward were on hoard, ai.d the boat was fas tened to the stern of the schooner by a short line, which wns cut by the thieves. lnrldent« nf (In« Day. The tog, Mercury, sent to assist the schooner AI »bei Jordan, anchored near Plum Island, on the coastof Massachu setts, has returned to De. aware waters, the captain of the vesrel drrliniug assist auce, claiming that as far as lie could see, the vessel was In no immediate danger. Only BOc. round trip, Pldla., on Hcyhold after May I, far below It. It. mien. Rev. tS. B. Wylie, yesterday said fare well to his aunt, who lias been spending several months here, and who left for New York, to sail to-day for Ireland normend to Philo. on the Ucyhotil. Captain Georg* T. Cant), of Savannah, G a., cum mau .laut of a company iu tiie Fifth Georgia Regiment, is spending a few days here transacting important business as administrator of the estate of the late William 11 Canu. Sir. IteylKild, '«rhnuluri, has H|ilJnriiri uv enger m mmmnriat ions. Jim, Doyle ,v Co. Ivers & Pond, Behmiug & Kroeger Pianos, also a number of good second hind Pianos from $10 to $"no. & Co. 710 Market street. Ill» iilni Hobeleli Wrtldllit; Day Set. Wamiinutov, April 11. The nmrrlngrof Miss Hattie Moyne, (laughter of the Into Jainet G. Maine, to Truxton lb-ale, ex nilnisler to Persia ami Grt-ece, w ill lake place on Monday, April PO. at the Maine house ou Lafayette squiii c. Weavers Will Return to Work. Puovuienck, April 11.—The strikt- at the Riverside mills cumc In mi cml by a vote of Hie striking employees. It is understood that they have consented to operate under the two loom system. Deitrurtlvc Fire In New York. Nkw YollK, April II. Kiro broke out ill Iho build lids morning. The building was occupied by the American Struwhoard company. Lues, alsmt f I.Vt.iiuo. ' Siieccfal ItanU ltolihery, Fahmiam, «Olio., April ll. The Hank of St. Hyacinthe here was blown up and between ft 1,000 ami $12,UK) stiffen. Three vault daurs were blown open by dynamite Storm's ratal Work. Hath. Pa., April 11 A partially con ktructed frame building was blown down, Instantly killing the contractor, Peter K. Snyder, and injuring several workmen. Point Loohnnt Hotel Iturncd. PKAUSALL's, N. Y., April 1L—The Point i/ookout hotel at Ijoug Beach and its con tents were destroyed by lire. PC t. 1011 Prince el reel early l,n< kport'M Spring Klectfon* IxcKl'oltr, N. Y., April 11. James At water, the Republican caiulidulo for may or, was elected. A Mi H\»'ri rofttmaat« r. Daxhvillk, N. V., April 11.-Postmaster John Foutaiu of Onsian, this county, is ITEMS OF INTEREST. Don't you believe tiie worlil 1« growing la-l torT" m-ki-d the (•nihnvi».»H jming woman. "Well," replied the old gentleman. "Hie older people are le», pig headed and prejudiced than were elderly people when I wa« a youth. Hut I do not think the ynnng men of the pres ent day have half the enterprise or Judgment of those of my time."—IndUnapoll, Journal. Tried and true is the verdict of jteotile who take HcmmI'h Sar««|iHrllla. Th« «tLft« of IhiH tu»»dicine an* mmni felt in nerve «treiiictli rwtored, Mpiietit« croHled and health »riven. Pill* do not weaken, but aid digest ion and tone the Htotuaeh. Try them. Parmer "\i*. I'll give you n meal of vic tual« if you'll go out and put In halt an hour*« work ou the woodpile in the back yard." Trump 'Mid Work on| a woodpile? Th. d»y will come, sir. when you'll be sorry for • Ilfs insult- I'm a recruiting offlc«r for Coxey'a industrial army." Chicago Tribune. The usual treatment of catarrh Is vary un satisfactory. as thousands c tn testify. Proper liK'sl I rest ment is |«mlllvely necwisary to siieresa, but many. If not most, of the reme dies In general u»e afforu but temporary re lief. A cure certainly cannot lie exp cted from snuff«, powders, doue lies and washes, kly'. Cream Balm, which I« so highly com mended, is a remedy which combines I lie Important reunlsites of ijtilrk action, specific curative |w»cr. with |ierfrct safely and p.ene.ntnrss lo the patient. Tue druggists all •ell IL Joy seldom kills a pus-on, hot there are thousands uv pussmis who are tryln' tew wiuisze the life emit uv joy ev'rÿ minute uv th re lives.— Bouiun Courier. JERSEY'S ELECTIONS. Republicans Won In Many Cities and Towns. NEWARK LOST BY THE DEMOCRATS. The I'ortli Amboy <i to IIb Mayor Wmn It -af«-i lC«'piih1lrATi Forth« Fini Time In Many Year*. c'ltman Wlio Want««] Orange Went TkkktON, April 11.—IxMiul elect ion* wt»ro held in a number of tin* principal citirx mul tow uh of Now .fernoy nur! moiiUnl fjcti orally in swooplnp Uopuhllc.M Perhaps t ho most noteworthy o In Newark, which elects a h'cpuhlican mayor for the first lime in over 10 years. Tho Kopnhlicnn victory in this was most complete. The Republican eamli <3ate for councilman at lar^e him about 2,000 majority. Fury, tin* Démocratie emi fliflate for alderman at large in tho Fourth ward, Is the only man on the Democratic ticket elected. Tho next council will stand: Republicans, if»; Démocrates. PATKUfloN, April II The result« in lids city are very much mixed. The Republic ans elect .'t aldermen and t he Democrats 2. An indc|»ciidciit Republican and an inde pendent Democrat are also chosen. Social ist -Labor party had a ticket in the Held and elected one alderman. .Ik use y City, April 11. The municipal election in Jersey City was decisive ly for the Kcpublloans. They elected five of the six aldermen chosen. The old hoard stood: rictories lie«, was The RopuIJimiiH, T; Democrat m, 0. The now Ixmrri will ImveO Republic nm and 1 Dem ocrat*. The total vote was 20,.'i0d. The city went Republican by Passaic, April 11. i'lir Republicans elected their tickets in three of the four wards of thin city. Tho city in usually Republican. Tin Democrats did uotmuke much of a li rIi t. Big Siu'i.i'Ihc Iii Orange. OltANdK, April II - The ltepuliliemis swept this city and elected every man on their ticket. Not a single Democrat ob tained a majority, .lohn I till was elected mayor by about 600 majority, lmuis 1). (iilllson was chosen councilman nt large by about tliu usine majority, tin the ward tickets the Republicans elected all of the five aldermen. The normal Democratic majority in the city is two. This is the first time iu *JO years the Republicans have con trol led all the hriuiehes of the city govern ment at one time. l'KitTii Amboy, April II Tho charter election here would Imve been devoid of excitement hud it not been for Edward ns running There w ere Cruririuu, tin* rniirhman, who for mayor, lie wan defeated, four ticket« iu the Held. The Republican» hud the DetnoerutN. Th« a hud ii ticket; Prohibit ionists were in I he lieht, und t'rud deu'n ticket made the fourth. Eurly in the morning Ouddcn, nltired in u new suit, lull lull Hilda light overcoat, drove through the streets in an iqien barouche that was drawn by four large gray horses. I 'mil den, who is employed by ,1. M. N. Scott, a Wealthy drydoek owner, drove about and made Speechen at different points in the Ml reels. ■ i liuH>Mi ii:i.i>, April n.—Th made but one nominal ion. Thin was in t.lio Third wurd, where Kdw was nominated to (ippo-c \Y. K. l'| Republican candidate. Mr. Raynor snowed under. Ki.i/.AIikiII, April II. The Republican* elect Mayor Rankin by about I.'.imi major ity. t lu I lie iildoriiuinic ticket Hie Demo crats carry two wards and the Republic ans four. Democrats it •ri A. Raynor hi, the as Newark. April II Julius LcLkeuchcr the Republic*n cmnLhhitc for mayor, cm* fieri the city by fi.dtk) majority. China Matting. Those interested Iu this cool, clean floor covering should sen tho assortment in the House-Keeping Department of Row's China Depot. The prices are from 5o to 13c a yard less than lowest value. ma>i> ('ANN.-At KirkwtwMl. Del., on Die flth In* »taut. Relcna G. (*ann, daughter of Richard T. and Jeanuettc E. Cain», in the Hftth year of her aue. Relative« and friend* are Inviter! to at tend the funeral without furl lie * notice at th*« residence of her parent«, on rhurmluy, l"th luHtaut, at I p in. Hervicee at the hou««. In ter me ni at Ht.GeorgcH Cemetery. Carriage« will meet 1 rains. CONWAY. In Hits city, ill April (1, Na-cy Conway, aged 91 years, C110881. E Y . -On theOlh luttant, John 8. Crosah'y, aged 7."» years. JONES.-In Iffillailclidila, on tho 6lh In stant, Martha A. Jones. PALMER. At Kennclt Hipraro, Fourth month, Mb, William M. Palmer, in the T'nh year ot Id» age. REYNOLDS.- At New Ca-tlo, Del., on Sun day. April Sth, 19M. Frank P. Reynolds, aged 32 > ears 1h 1 1 vt*« ami f lends, nlso DIviMon No J A. O. H., and T. A B Hocbriy, i»r 8t. IVtviV, and aL olhvr »«»«iatleH of Whirh Ii« w«h h mviniinr, mo Invittil to aftend lit« funeral, from bi« lat« ivniduiuc. X««v (. D«*l., on Thurwiay morning, April 12t'», hi a a m, Migl» iDHtsH at St. IVtor's Uaiholio JLliurch, Ht 0 o'clock «t i n-.V. * ' A - A A 1 it* . . f > V I? A-.YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing appeals so strongly to n mother s affection as her daughter just budding Inlo womanhood. Following Is an instance: "Our (laughter, lllanehe, now 15 years of »ge. had been terribly (tltlirled with nervousness, and bod lost the entire use of her right arm. 8ho was in such a condition that wc had to kecD her from school and abandon lier music lee pons. in fact, we feared St. Vitus dance, and arc positivo hut for an Invaluahlo remedy sho would have had that terrible affliction. Wo hod employed physicians hut she received benctil liem lliviu. The tiret of last August sbô weighed but 75 pounds, and although she has taken only three bottle* of Nervine she weighs Kd pounds : her nervousness and symp. tarns of ht. \ itu* dance are entirely gone, „fio attends school regularly, and studies with rora fori_ »ml ease, ehe has recovered complete uco of her arm. her appetite Is splendid, money could procure for onr daughter th Dr. Miles' Nervine has brought her When iny brother recommended the remedy *"ri. no •"*£ in latent medicines, mid would notlidcn to him, but os ahutnw.rt he sent us a hotUe, wo began giving it to lllanehe. and tho LXkA,Vh"mN , Y' mtdla, '-- ^' ,rS «' no • • -w and no c beultb I Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is sold t druggists on a positive ruaiontsc. or sent ,| •y all 1 i rot t i Sold b j Druggists tvsr I /• [Vi ■^1 H W »1! No No Drugs 5tems mm ■ To To y -- _ fP fi \ SMOKE CH .frig a. ssS3 No NOXIOUS FLAVORINGS OR ADULTERATIONS. BBÉH a: . jJV < 1» A GOOD HINT FOR YOU. "E VERY WOMAN is de lighted with 'FAMOUS PAINTINGS OF THE WORLD" This remark is quoted from close observer of human na ture who knows accurately what people want, and also the fact that what the w omen want is sure to succeed. This explains the phenomenal success of Famous Paintings of the World. I 99 The circulation of these wonderful portfolios, filled with the best examples of the modern art of all nations, is counted by the million. WOMEN KNOW when a picture of life and character is true to nature; their hearts are touched by the masterly treatment of sympa thetic topics; they discern the vital interest of correct repre sentations of social life in every clime and in every class; they have a quick appreciation of GOOD ART and a badly painted picture or one that strikes a false note cannot deceive thorn. They arc delighted with Famous Paintings n O because every picture is from the hand of a master, and be cause life and natare, as they really exist, are so truly por trayed that these intuitively just and clear-seeing critics know that in this collection they have the real thing. A word to the wise is su fh cicnt. Arc you a model husband? Are you a good father? Are you looking some inexpensive gift that will de light some Woman? Be quick, then, to avail your self of this timely hint. For a sum so inconsiderable that you never will miss it you can place in the hands of your Wife, Daughter, Sweet heart, these twenty portfolios of "FAMOUS PAINT INGS OF THE WORLD," containing 320 of the great est pictures produced by Mod ern Art, which will be a de light now and a continuing de light as long as the pages hold together. ( )ne Coupon and ten cents Eight parts now ready at the EVENING JOURNAL of : * B OME OF OUR Clothing houses have already resorted to that common phrase, "over stocked," a name as familiar as Smith and Jones. Very likely they have been "over stocked" holding prices too much above a level. We are not "overstocked," wc arc con stantly adding new styles to all our departments, and at the present writing, our Spring outfits number into the Thousands, and more under way. The greater portion of which we expect to dispose of before the Season is over, because our prices are right, always have been the most reason able in the city. s Our Boys' and Children's Department is complete with Choice Novelties. Our sales are rapidly increasing in that department because we have the right goods at popular prices. Our Tailoring Department is complete with choice Suitings and Trouserings for your inspection. Come and see them and get posted in the prices whether you wish to pur chase or not. -1 Hj I P FIFTH AND MARKET STS WALTER H. PODESTA, \ EYE SPECIALIST, 51? QUEEN & CO * f NOW OF \ Walter H. Podesta & Co., Optical Specialists, Phili, Win lie In WILMINGTON. DEL., as usual, every FRIDAY', ». 1 J Itheoftloe of Mit. WM. J. F18HKR, No. mm MARKET 8TKKET, v "» / so long occupied by hilik Apprécia Ing the kindly favnrsnf patron Ï £'/ j age he ha« received from the best citizens of Wilmington, he jtyr, ■ / spectfnlly Invitee all thnee tnmbted with Headache, or whose eve* / are i auslug discomlort In any way lo call on him and receive g REE f ,Aw / the advice. Ids knowledge and long experience warrant him j- / / giving. REMEMBER, NO CHARGE for examining yuur eyes. S»Ii»' 1 action invariably grvarsnleod. t *d SIGHTS AND SCENES OF THE Y/ORLD. ' SPECIAL BACK NUMBER COUPON. 0no of those Special Coupons and One Dollar will be accepted for Parts 1 to 10 Inclusive. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD PER SON A LIT- CON DrCTE I» PlaKASrKK TO l' Its* WApiHGTON.*AS. u A« r Ä the National Uat*ital, covering railroad f.vre and hotel aeeninmodal ion. Kate from New York ^ULUOand $lö..'iü»r«*:ii Philadelphia $11.UU. Tourist Aaent a». I L'h«p«rua Avo»inu>itu) Each ratti. For ticket«, itineraries, and fnli information apply toTouriat A cent^33Sooth Fourth Btreet, Dhiiafflelphia; llWü Broadway. New Y»*rk; H6(J Fulton «t »eet, Brooklyn; or 2UÛ Washington Btreet. b*. »S. M. 1* iston. KEVOBT, (ïen'l Manager, J. R. WOOD, (Jen'l Pom'r Agen'., GKO. W. BOYl), Ass't G«n*l Pa« s'r Agent o i 8. UTTER LOOK 1 jour «hidioot anf «oc If there a rm not eocna K*trm»oti whlr.h t)I««r.fd and t* jood a# s ÄV new. A. F. 1IOKKGX, 710 MAHK9T *7 m SWEET PEAS. All tho finest va rieties in sepa arate or assort ed colors, by the package or pound at ... . FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8TREET8 ODD Men's from $1.00 to $9.00. Boy»' TROUSERS from 75 cents to $0.00 and knee FOR MEN pants from 25 cents to $ - 2.50. Almost AND BOYS any kind and any • size yon may want, whether the lowest priced ones or the best, they are all selected with the idea of giving yon full value, for the price invested. We arc very careful to buy only from such manufacturers as wo know got up reliable goods and ' have them well made, as often a few cents saved in the making is for inferior silk or cotton or grinding the maker down to a price that they cannot get them up proporly. Many of the styles in men's sizes have been made right here in the building during the past dull season, and every pair of these you buy makes that much more work for our own people and gives you good value in wear and appear ance. JAMES T. MÜLLIN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market, Wilmington. Sheriffs Sale The Great Sheriff's Sale of DRY GOODS At the BEE HIVE Drew hundreds of people out last week, and many availed themselves of the bargains offered. This week wo will place on our counters many new bargains not yet offered in our Dress Goods Depart ment. We will offer splendid lines of Plain Goods, all wool, at ridicu lously low prices. Now is your time to lock after these goods as they must be sold and will not be held, we must have the money. Come early and get your choice. WM. II. DeIIAYEN, Receiver. BUSINESS MEN Will make no mistake iu order ing their OFFICE # OUTFITS Of the only local concern in Wilming ton making a feature of furnishing stores, offices and shops with an elegant. In re Id TOILET CABINET Consisting of Towel Rack, Comb, Brush, Soap and Whisk. 2 Towels a week .(10c. lier month 3 Towels a week.75c. per month 4 Towels a week. $1.00 per month We guarantee prompt and efficient service. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Sixth and Shipley Streets. Telephone 032.1 EQUITABLE BUILDING Nintli ail Bartet Streets, WILMINGTON. DEL. This haadsome ollico building Is practically firo-prooi, Lighted by Electricity, Heated by Steam, Suppliod with elevator. Is cared for by the company's janitor Is completely equipped, Has the host location in the city. OFFICES FOR RENT Possession given at onoe. Apply at Üio Office ol ti:; .Company.