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THE COITER COUXTRT EVENING NEWS, CALUMET. WEDXESPAY, JLLY 0. 180t
The CopperConntry EveninENews rCBLISHLOBT irred McloIcohsIo, Editor an4 Proprietor tarOfflceln theNiws block, north end fmh street, lied Jacket, Michigan. of TKMC OP srilSCKlPTlONt T MAIL OR CABBIBR. Ob year (toadranoe) - U oo U months . I 90 Per month w Bsxautao At tbb roet ornca at CiLCMrr, MICHIOAV AS BXCOHCMXA8B MATTER ay Ooumunlcatlons and letters of business tonnaoted with the paper should be addresd The Cooper Country Erenin Newt, Calumet. .Tliehlcan. Leland, Towle & Co., Bankers and Brokers, Members of the Boston anl New Tort Eicfcro. Copper Stocks a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald, 7 Coms Street Boston. Mass. F. Seabnry & Brother STOCK BROKERS 50 STATE ST. BOSTON, MASS. MEMBERS OF TflE Boston Stock Exchange, Howland & Co., AMKEltS AND BBOKEBN. Ames Building, BOSTON MASS Interest allowed on deposits. Orders executed for Cash or Margin it. stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions lsted on the Boston, New York and Chicago Exchanges. SDucisl Attention Gi?en to Conner Stocif , (sad for Olrcu ar and Telegrauu Oot Mining Property For Sale. All the property, real and'perso 1. of tb Lar La fislle Hiiiii Company, Mtuated la Keweenaw to. Mich. uivj-Bci2jid,ja acres on tne mineral ranjre, tS TVfe acres in foe.l,8e8 acres surface only malt CfV',7j41 acres south of mineral rantre with the aardwood still standing, together with sevon rcucs or rauroaa to stamp mill at Lao la Belle i witt outlet thence to Lake Superior. Plant at fcfce nilne and Lake all in good order and ready iui v;iemtiuu. enquire ror luriDer PartJO- tieis from V. K. VIVIAN, fcupt. Delaw are Mine P. O. Kewwoaw Co. Mich. DELINQUENT STOCK Dfllan Copper Lsnl and Miniis Co, Wllltie sold at public auction on the ICth day of August, Is", at 10 o'clock e. in., at the office of the company, No. U Kllby street, i, jtupuiu, lur imn-najmeni or asht'sg TriPTit lii October 1.'7, the following de scribed stock in the Union Copper f.and and Mining Company, unless the waid assessment with expenses be psii before the time of sale. n W. it. COLBY, Secretary and Treasurer. Edwura F. Adams "shares Mtnjamln Howard 3 It. i.vinbardt bo George 11. Peters 100 Carmine II. Clark lug A. B. .'ooper.... 200 " K. H. Bumllett loo J. Jay Oould I'H) . William Vas-y i A. F. Karle V. II. Appleton 2fxj . John Gates r0 " Oeoi:e W. Clark l.vi " Jobnuthan Mann 25 " C. A. Putnam 2'J7 Lucy M Adams joo " BenjmlnA. Lantlgua 4'K) -Charles J. Kolfe lux) " from Berlio. eare home, the posef bllities tt crop damage from frost are commented upon, while the lact that the croD prospect are good and that the foreign demand for our cereals is still large, co unnoticed. The fact that rail road trfcfll: returoi. for the first half cf the current year, were nearly 14 per cent larger than in the first half of 1897 Is lost eight of on the rumors of a rate war. althought it ! seldom that railroad eompanieecut rates when plenty of butt ness is offering, as is the case at present. Nevertheless theconditions immediately affecting the course cf stock market value are operating for a lower range of prices. The larger interact have with drawn from the field of speculation for the moment, owing to their desire to participate in vacation enjoy Jieats and to the small public following which their bujing attracted, when prices were being advanced during the late spring and early summer months. The market has thus been abandoned to the professional room traders, who usually operate on the short side under similar circu instances. and see no reason to change their policy in the present case. Investment baring of railroad mortgages has been large, but the absence of heavy buying of shares leaves the field open to assault by the bears. There is little use in reciting favorable conditions, such as Increasing railroad returns, large bank clearings, heavy international trade balances, the success ful floating of the government's new war loan of 1200,000,000 without disturbing the money markets, or the wonderful victories of the United States navy and successful campaigns of the American army in foreign lands. All there facts are taken as a matter of course while small trifles and possible obstacles are magn! fied beyond their relative importance, for tne time being, for tffect upon the market. The tactics of the professional operators, however, haye not induced liquidation of long stock, as real holders have iaithiu the future and wiil not be easily scared into selling, so long as basic conditions favor higher prices. The copper market rt fleets a small de mand for the metal from home col- Burners, who supplied their waots lattt spring, it also reflects the heavy pro duction, not by the new mining enter prises which recently haye come on the market, but by the old established min ing companies, which have been taking advantage of the prevailing high prices of copper to make a large output and swell their receipts. It is reported that the Calumet and Htclahas been sellirg copper for summer and fall delivery at 11 )l cents, which practically establishes the market, although some of the smaller mining companies profess to find custom ers who are willing to pay as high as 11 Scents. During the first half of the current year the domestic 'production of copoer In creased about 13,000 tons over the same period of last year, while the ex ports of the metal increased but 3,500 tons. The latter figure also represents just about the decreased production re ported by the foreign mines, making it evident that foreign consumption shows no improvement. Woile it is generally admitted that the home consumption of cooper has been oaewhat larger thin year than last, yet the large increase in the domestic output has more than kept pace with the increased demand and a heavy copper market is the result. A new copper producing section is fast developing in North Caroliua. Boston parties have several producing mines already in operation there and are shipping regularly, while other mines are about to be opened and developed by local capitalists. The ore in the North Carolina mineral xone is very rich near the surface,', none of the mines being opened very deep as yet a little more than 200 feet and the rock carries from 9 to CO per cent refined copper, the ayerage being better than 25 percent. If tbeee veins continue rich as depth is attained there is no question but what North Carolina will come to the front within a few years as a copper producing state of no small importance, for mining capital is actiyeiy engaged in acquiricg all the property contiguous to the lode which has been traced for a distance of twenty miles. Everett. OIWiOIIKLE'lTl MILE. ZELIE DE LUSSAN AND HER COMING OPERATIC ENGAGEMENT. ADDITIONAL LOCAL KKWS. BANK Dillman fc Duerre, Eagle drug store. dentists, aboye Yts, sir, we do fine watch repairing at lowes pricest. Levis Jewelbv Co. She Was Not Oversaccestful In America Some Tears Ago, bat lias Woo Much Favor Abroad and Now Looks For Fresh Triumphs This Side the Sea Lotta. Dr. II. Scott cures bladder and kidney troubles. Call and be convincd. 451 Fifth street. STATE BANK NO. 95. SUPERIOR SAVINGS BANK. HANCOCK, - - IfllCfl. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $70,000 STATE BANK NO. 201. STATE . SAYINGS . BANK. LAtHlLM. , . MIC11 CAPITAL . ,AA 550.000 Will tie sold ai Dublin unction on Tnoa. ujimoau uij in JUIJ, invn. Rill O ClOCli a X will be sold at m Ji m.,at tbe ornca of tbe suDerlntcndent nf ih ueniennian.opper Mining uo., Calumet, Mich igan, the followed described stock for non payment of assessment due March 5. lx8 un less the same be paid before tbe time of sale, to wit: Certificate No, 2.H.W, standing in the same of Maud McO. Vande venter, for twenty luwetvi tun vcumuniai vupoer mining com pany. By order of the Directors. FREDERICK BEOK Treasurer. Oar Boston Letter. Boston, Mass , July 18, 1898. Last wtek's important events appeared to hare no influence at all upon the stock mcrket, despite the fact that the war with Spain was brought so much nearer to an end by the surrender of the Spanish commander at Santiago. Stock market operators haye been discounting tbe suc cess of the American arms eyer since the beginning of the straggle, and each sac cessiye victory adds nothing more to what has been anticipated. Possible fa tare events hare more effect upon the stock market and fears of what might happen are more'potent than facts, how ever, favorable. Thas the presence of yellow feyer in the army is r egarded.as a terrible epidemic and newspaper predictions of the trouble with Germany are giyen more weight than official assurances of friendliness ellow Jaundice Cared. Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief. It Is with pleasure we publish the follow ing: "This is to certify that I was a ter rible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for oyer six months, and was treated by some of the best Physicians In ourcltr and all to no avail. Dr.Btll, our drug gist, recommended Electric Bitters; and after taking two bottles, I was entirely cured, I now take great pleasure in recommending them to an person Buffer ing from this terrible malady. I am gratefully yours, Af. A. Uogarty, Lexlng. ton, Ky." Sold by D. T.; Macdonald, Calumet, and at Belhumeur'f , Lake Lin den. Wanted to Rest By a small family, afour or flye-room house. Anyone hay ing such a place to rent please call at the News office, Fob Salk-a carload! ot horses Jas brought from Iowa for nice Jriring and for general use; the nlcest.lot that ever struck town. Call in rear ot theTajlor House, Fifth street. No wonder the people go to Dr. Blank ner's dental parlors. It Is tbe only plaee where yon can enjoy painless dentistry. New Vocs, July 20. Special. Though New York would have none of Mllo. Zello do Lussah when filio essayed to sing In opera hero soruo years ngo, tho an jiounecmcnt mmlo tho other dny that sho is to appear In this city next 6caon oa a member of Mclba's supporting company li hailed with general delight. This U chiefly because, though not successful In New York, Rho has won prcat rrulso In London and other old world cities. Zello do Lussan Is of American birth, but her family is French, and Its history has boea Ulled with romance Her grand father was on ardent republican, and was killed while fighting for tho first republic His espousal of tho causo of the peoplo naturally lea to tho fall of tho family's fortunes, and his 6on camo to America with his wlfo Kugenlo. Sho was an un usually clever, well educated woman and an expert linguist. Sho was also expert with her pen, and for somo years after their arrival hero hclpod support tho fam lly by writing American letters and gen eral articles for tho press of Paris, Lon don, Uerlln and lenna. Zello was born in New York about 26 years ago. no ucgan to sing wncn only a young girl, and, her volco showing decided pos sibilities, her mother took great pains with bcr musical education. Zello s first sing ing for pay was In a church choir when 6ho was only 17. Sho soon travo up the cnolr, However, ana at 19 mado her first appearance In opera with tho Boston Ideals. Her troubles beuan rluht then. Her singing appeared to be all right, Some of the critics Indeed praised It to tho sklcs, but somehow 6ho couldn't get along Wltn tno other members of tho company, ana tno engigement lasted only a year. Most of her 6lnglng with tho Ideals was dono on tho road, and her friends said tho trouble all arose from tho fact that sho got better newspaper notices In the interior towns than elder members of tho company could command. After sho left tho Ideals she went on tho road In a company of her own, doing fairly well most of tho tlmo and scoring boiuo notablo successes, espo clally in Boston, and later venturing an appearanco here In 'Carmen." De Lussan's Great Foreign Success. Her friends expected groat things from her Carmen. Her volco Is admirably 6ultcd to Its airs, her personality sooms to fit the part to ierfectlon, and sho was known to havo 6tudlod It with tho greatest care. But somehow sho failed to convince the peoplo and the critics that sho was an Ideal Carmen, and tho engagement resulted in failure instead of success. Then sho went abroad, whero sho joined Carl Rosa's English Otcra company, as a member of which sho won unstinted an plauso, impressing tho "better classes" so favorably that sho was "commanded" to sing before tho qucon. This Is of courso a high honor, and of courso it is a good deal moro than an honor. It is virtually a guarantee that success will continue a long tlmo, 6lnco all English swelldom, supplemented by all English toadydom, naturally makes it a point to take up an anise wno has been lavorod by royalty. 'A no young singer was almost swent oil her feet by tho augmented triumphs that followed her performance on tho boards of Windsor castlo, whero tho queen always ncars opera and witnesses theatrical per formanccs. This was truo to such an ex tent that Zello allowed herself to be inter viewed by tho newspapers at length re garding tho queen und tho performance and there wcro somo murmurlngs at the details with which tho story was told. Theso did not really amount to much. nowever, sinco wncn tno interview was read a second tlmo It was seen that 6ho had said nothing so very terriblo after all, though tho nalveto of her utterances was long referred to as a most delicious evl- denco of thorough Americanism. Ever sinco her successful appearanco at Windsor castlo general regret has been ex pressed by certain musical critics and opcratio managers bocausoof Zello do Lus san's apparent unwillingness again to np- pear on this suio tho sea In snlto of tho fact that England's queen is probably no better judge of oieratic ierforii)ances than most nico old ladies of unimpeachable family relations. But it is probable that Do Liiissan will bo successful in her com ing assault on tho opcratio stngo in Amer ica, sinco somo of tho best critics abroad now speak extremely well of her work. Tbe Vivacious Miss Crabtreo. The first news tho publio has had of tho vivacious Miss Crabtroo, onco familiar from ocean to ocean as Lotta, tho mu sical comedy star, was printed In tho New York papers simultaneously with tho statement of Mllo. Zclio's coming return to this country. Tho news about Lotta, however, has nothing to do with a reap pearance on tho 6tago, but rather with her continued evasion of a marshal who do 8lros to servo tho ex -star with papers in a horrid lawsuit Lotta will probably never again bo seen upon the boards. Sho is of at least middle ago and rich enough to pass the remainder of her lifo at her caso. Sho was fortunate in secluding herself from tho publio long before It tired of her, and sho declares she can see no reason why she should again burdon herself with work. It would not bo easy to niako an accu rate estimate of Lotta Crabtrce's fortune, but It must be larger than any of any oth er American actress, for as long ago as 1889 she prcsonted tho city of San Fran cisco, whero her first girlish triumphs were achieved, with a handsome bronze fountain costing f 60,000 at the least, and she owns valuable real estate in New York, Boston, Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis. Shewasonoof the luckiest girls in America all through her stage career, but she was also one of the most indus trious. Perhaps her mother was her great est ploco of luck. The two wcro always together, savo when Lotta was actually on the 6tago, and cvon then Mrs. Crabtroo rarely got further away from her daughter than tho spaco behind the wings. Lotta not only began her stage career in California, but she passed tho major parti of her childhood there. Her father was a miner, though not a highly successful one, ' and some of her earliest memories lncludo life in a log cabin on the banks of a stream i named Babbit crock. ! Tho suit which Lotta has now boon put ting off for a month by evading a mar shal Is for $100,000, and the complaint al leges Imprisonment and maliciooj proso-l cutlon. The plaintiff if a broker who: handlod some of Lotta's money afow years' ago, lost it and was sued by the actress DtttftOquHted. DKXTEB MAE2HAXL, ', Lawn mowers, and haying tools of al kinds as cheap as eyer at tbe City Hard ware. Red Jacket. Ladies who appreciate a good pair of shears can find them, in all sizes, at Car!- t)o Hardware Co's. Commercial and Saving Accounts Received ? ioJ""1 1 a,d n SATlnee Deposits. Compounded aem 4 PEB CENT INTEBEST Paid On Certificates oi f deposit payable ?oiS2?&. C A. WRIGHT, luutL- DIRECTORS- JOHNSON VIVIAN, E. L. WRIGHT, JACOB BAER, Wanted A girl for light housework Good wages to the right party. Apply to Mrs. James Chvnoweth, Centennial mine. Hall to Kent ine rempie oi uonor is to rent eyery Wednesday night and every second and third Tuesday In each month. For terms, etc., apply at tbe ball. The editor of the Evans, Pa., Globe, writes. ' One Minute Cough Cure Is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies failed." It cures coughs, colds and all throat and long troubles. Clothe cleaning, dyeing, repairing. altering and pressing promptly and neatly done, .AH work guaranteed to proye satisfactory, Michigan Dye Works. Over 812 Fifth street. -OFFICERS- C. A. WRIGHT. Pres't and Manager, M.U.U ETCH ELL, Cashier Superior Sayings Bank. Buy jour haying Hardware Co. Thousands of persons hare been cured of piles by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salye. It heals promptly and cures ezce- ma and all skin diseases. It giyes imme diate relief. SODERGREX & SoDERGREN. E. C. Blanks, ot Lewisyille, Texas, w iteslhat one box of DeVVitt'B Witch Hazel Salye was worth f 50 to him. It cured his piles of ten years standing. He ad y lees others to try it. It also cures eczema, skin diseases and obstinate sores. SODEBGREN & SODERGREN, Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing. altering and pressing promptly and neatly done. All work guaranteed to proye satlslactory. Michigan Dye Works. Oyer 3 12 Fifth Street. The Monitor cigar is made by I. Gold smith, 228 Fifth street, Calumet. If you want a pocket knife or razor save money and get just what you want by buying at Carlton Hardware Co's. uy a new process ur. li. iscott cures rheumatism and all stomach trouble. Calumet and Hancock references. 451 Fifth street. The Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa. says De Witt's Little Early Rises are the beet pills he ever used in his family dur ing Torty years or housekeeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liyer troubles. Small in size bat great in results. Sodergen & Sopergren. Livery, Feci and Sale Stalls. JO. TUTDELL, Prop'r. Keeps the fin jt of homns and rtira In th town, and woula call especial attention to his large sleigh holding 26 persons Just thot Mm for sleighing parties. On Telephone JKxehange. Portland street ( opposite Salvation Army ltarracKS. Hick headache, biliousnees, constipa tion and all liyer and stomach troubles can be quickly cared by asintr those fam ous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. They are pleasant to take and never gripe. SODERGREN & SODERGBEN. New Wood Yard. Messrs, Chapel & Mannis, of Trout Creek, have opened a wood yard here and appointed Mr. Herman Bibber as their agent, and are now ready to supply good dry wood in long or short lengths. Or ders left with Mr. Herman Bibber at his store in the News block will receive prrapt attention. ANDREW BENSON, PAINTER AND DECORATOR. Hard Wood Finish, Graining, Calsominlng, l aper Hanging, Glazing, Etc A Full Line Of Wall Paner Ha fehoDin rear of Clson's furniture store. JACOB BAER, Vice i ru M. L. EFFING ER. VlcMree,dent Cashier State Sayings Bank, Merchants' & Miner Bank.. CALUMET, CAPITAL . Surplus and undivided profits, Hits, $100,000 60,000 TUKKK PEK CKXT PEH ANN CM PAID ON INTEREST DEPOSIT omens i CHARLES BKIGGS ...Pbsmbiii P. RCPPE.JR VICI-PB..IM., -.m0aseiii H. B. COLTON. First National Bank, CAIiUSSKT, Capital, Murplnt, nisa. 100,001 50,00 Three Per Cent Per starlngs Depoelta. Annum Pol sa Deposits of 11 and Upwards Beaalvad. omoiast EDWARD RYAN P&iewu JOHN 8. DYMOOK VlCl-PRlMMil WILLIAM B. ANDERSON CABBJM First National Bank, UANOOCMl, mea. C. E. NYSTROM Architect And Bulldlnor SUDerlntnnrlnnt Plans and SDCCifleatlona for all Vn.nn.i. ateand publio buildldgs, Fine residences a specialty! Office ovenStar clothing house Baeklen'a Arnica Halve. I he best salye in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Tlccrs, Salt Rheum, Feyer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions andposi- tiyely cures 1'iles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to giye perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by D. T. Macdonald. Calu met, and Bclbumuer's, Lake Linden. "During the hot weather last summer I had a severe attack of cholera morbus, necessitating my leaving my business," says Mr, C. A. Hare, of Hare Itro., Fin- castle. Ohio. "After taking two or three doses of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was completely re lieved and in a few hours was able to resumo my work in the store. I sincerely recommend it to any one afflicted with stomach or bowel trouble." For sale by bodergren & Sodergren. The flnlandera Mutual Hire Insurance eompany ol Houghton and Keweenaw counties, cr ganlsed In 1890 according to the laws o the State ol Michigan, will insure proper ty ot lta members. Have paid fire losaet oyer f 4,000 anddividends nearly f 6,000 during the last seyen years to members of five Tears' standing. On the first day of July the company had 700 mem. bers, 1600,000 worth of property In sured ana io.ui4.tu la treasury. For further particulars apply to the under. signed. . J ohh Blom ovist. President. Aijbx Lxnt oineir, Secretary. trace, mo nne street, upstairs Tla Jacket. CHARLES B. GALE. Wo. O, Willow Ave., Calomet. ...VOCAL CULTURE... Wednesdays at Lanjrler's Studio, Hancock. lnursdavs at Lake Linden. Dr. George R, Stewart Veterinary Murgeon and HorsA Murgeon Dentist. Honary Graduate of; Ontario Veterinary College, also Toronto Veterinary Treats . All . Di Of horses cattle and dops, on latest and most approved sclentiuo jrlndples. n . . ourcery And Dentistry A Bpecialtv. AOI AA r. . . Sf BB,x,n street. Open day and nkht. Telephone. Oacitai $200 Oil Surplus aci anllTltled profits - (8.091 Three Far Cent Per Annnam AUewsi est InterMt DapoalU. omcnn WILLIAM HAxtRT. FaiaiDin PETER RDPPB ....... VlCl-PaMmni WILLIAM CONDON CJJHH1 THE Calumet , Carriage . Worts MANCFACTCRERS AND DEAL ' ERS IN Carriages, Buggies AKDMLLIUHM. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY JOSEPH HEBEBT, Prop., Cor. Hecla st. and Lake Linden Ave. Laurlum. D. 3D. S. Dental Office. Over Star Clothing House. OFFICE norma. and 7 to 8 evenings wiBjiuone exenange Discovered My a Woman. Another great discovery has been made. and that too, by a lady in this country. "Disease fastened its clutches upon her ana ror seyen years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed Imminent. t or tnree months she coached incenaant. j buu cuuiu not sieep. boe final v dl. covered a way to recovery, by purchas ing oi us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery lor consumption, and .a much relieved on taking first doaa w sne siept an night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured. Her name Is Mrs. L-utner Ltuz," Thus writes "W.C. HamnlckA Co., of Shelby, N.C. Trial bottles free at D. T. Macdonald'a rim store, Calumet, and Belhumeur'f, Lake mnaen. iteguiar size, 50 cents and SI. Every bottle guaranteed. Detroit & Cleveland NAVIUATIOIf CO, Loiv Rates QuickTime TUB COAST LIKE. V& CEBTKaBIER CITY OF ALPENA r. T T BCV.Toery Wednesday at .mV,and' Saturday at 3 p.m. J?LjtroJ'rortnon. Band Beaeh Oscoda. Alpena And ii A..rt!rJ south between Detroit and Cleveland. BTnrr En2 0F DETROIT AND 72 A yAiMD leave dallr (except SundarWfe in,m T" uZtlf. jSSJ TTitr,D.8 are Ptd during May, June J uly, August and September. ' Through tickets tf all nnln. m.m.J t Rage checked to destination: For ratS luiurmauon, address a.:a, schantz, o. p. a. Detroit, Uich. TRim iPACD 19 IIE8EIIVED BTTUf Calumet and Hecla Mining Company. SUPWIJISS Who wUa to sell their toaisi, or buy aonuit who wish to rant rooms and those who asrt rooms to rant are lnrlted to aovtrtlM hsri without any ezveass For Male No. 818 Fourth street, Blue Jacket. Apply at the premises. Wanted To rent five or six rooms by a Company employee. Apply to Thomas HocK ing, 2lTamaiack, Wanted Four down-stairs rcotns. Leave particulars at this offloe. Wanted Two respectable boarders, com pany employes. Apply to Mrs. Boon, 11" Calumet Are. near Congregational church. For Bale A bouse and two lots located ,00 Osoeola street, Laurlum. Apply at house No. 840 Osceola 8t. Laurlum. Ilanae For Bale In Iroquois street, Laurinm; contains six rooms. Apply to Frani Matheson.on the premises. Wan tea To purchase a hou se of six roomi on company land. Apply to Andrew Archi bald, 217 Els-hth street. Wanted-One boarder, must be an em ploye; of the Calumet and Heola, Apply to Mrs, Dast 264 North Rockland street, ,s?er Bale noase No. 825 and lot on Osce ola street, Laurlum. Property belowrs to Lorenso Pelegrena and applicants should iee p. Tommel of No 861 Fifth street Bed Jacket. Wanted te Rent A house of four or fly rooms. Apply to Constantino Mleoh, Osceala Street, Laurlum. Wanted Three steady boarders, company emploTes preferable. Apply to Mrs. P. Tay lor 17M Bound ry street lieols. Wanted To rent by a Calumet and Heola employee, a flye room house with baro on kne premises. Enquire at this offloe. Wanted tm nnt a hnnt.nf fnnr rooml. Apply to Peter KeUr Laurlum. raaua- rour boarders, company em ployes. Apply to Mrs. Howling, HM Boundary street ileola. Wanted to Rent By a eompany em ployee, a house In Yellow, Blue or Bed Jacket of fire rooms or more. Apply to 413 WB street or at Niws offloe. Fer Balo-J tfo. 587 Codar treel BlueJaoket. Anm.. h KMiniiMtalUkl Oasperioh. " " . Wanted To Rout-Tour or ire roosi AptdiattheNswsoUos m v KsieAn ei rat-room bouse oa swtos &wnE?A No. Soil, Iwedetown. ArPU M John B. Wertln or at tho oompanVa ouoo. uESL Cii-cse Ca. era rxzssl nrtet swodetown, Apply on the oreolses.