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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WANTED. WANTED-An experienced lady clerk. No other need apply. C. L. Hunt__________ IV rent IIOUHC and barn near the city, Muyt move this w Gazette office. week. Address J. x z ANTIOD-I'laaler, 5W A live. TIT (fid M once; mus' good wiwhur auU ironer. Mrs. Dr. 180 A avenue. H. P. H.Ittsn ooz_ it" bis a smith Vy co winter on my farm. Address J. K. Lcgore, IJor Cedar VVANTED-To folding h H. Westli-.chouse Engine, in perfect order, (ilfford Sherman. TfOR papTrs nf'tcen cents per hun- dred at Gazette uftlcc. FOR RENT. TfOR KKMT-Section four, Wudsworrt block. Improvement Co.___ CXJR Good Htore ronm, yteam heat, best location on avenue. Ceaar Rap- Improvement Co.____ POft store-Vein, stuaro well locates. Cedar Kapids Itrprovement "POK '1 wo good office roon-s in Union block. _ _ __ O UnfirnNncT Ids Iraprovf ment CO. roonw. cedar Rap- MISCELLANEOUS. For watch repairing yoo LMxon K! 1st av 1'lcturu frurnuH ail klndH lit Kllborn's. THE GAZETTE Can be found on sale regularly at F. A. HALL'S.J. W. ALBtumiT's, Mud. BELLI DUrii.i.'s, J. D, MATKEH Go's., C. H. FRENCH'S. GENLOCK DUNN'S. ________ K. It. DEHBY'H. PERSONAL AND LOCAL. No chirlty ball this evening at the gardens. Col. H. H. Rood of Ml. Vernon Is In the city today. Prof. J. T. Merrill spent Sundaj at old home at Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Went have re- turned from a pleasant wedding tour. Mies May Bever had returned from a pleas- ant visit at Mt. Pleasant with her friend Mlu Beckworth, The Baker-Denhon opera company left thli morning for Burlington where they will re- main all tola week. The board of. managers of the Home for thi Friendless will meet In the Home parlor at Tuesday, Nov. 11. C. 8. Sewell of Bryant has purchased from Geo. T. Hedges Co. the llgen place on Tenth atrcetWeet and will make Cedar bis home. A social party assembled at the home of Mrs. George Greene, Central Park. Saturday evening and enjoyed themselves at progres- sive finch. A party of Marshalllown gentlemen Includ- ing F. D. Ward, W. D. Campbell, George A. Pruden and T. F. Bradford are stopping at the Grand. J. L. Peters, general agent for the Minne- apolis Harvester Company, has eatablirhed headquarters In tbid city uud will move his family here. Jacob Nauholz Is not out on the road to- day. He Is at home attending to his little daughter who arrived safely at his house yes- terday foreuooo. Mrs. W. F. Muse, wife of the former city editor of THE GAZETTE, now of Ottumwr, who has oeen vlsitlni; with Mm. Robert P. Taylor, at 133 Fourth avenue West, neat to Milan, 111., Saturday on a visit. The Bellamy club Is the name of a new or- ganization of young men of this city, about fifteen In number, tbst Is rapidly becoming known as a successful and satisfactory tipo- sltlon of the practical workings of the Ideas of Looking Backward. Tne membership of the club includes young men who are well known In tlie city, fieVi-ral young sod rWng attorney, buslnes" me-i and cle. k? being among the number. They rent a large and commodious huufe on tlic West dide, furnish It tliemselve-i, and of I lie mi-mlicm nave their rooms tdero. They employ a lady as housekeeper, and cue taKef full charge of the commissary department, furninuluE; just what Is needed, and being ;mld a regular salary for her services. The club run on the co-oper- atlre plan, and the rennlt IH that It effects an Important economy In the expenses of Its members. The club has rented a room and fllted it up us a private billiard hall for the use of Its and they propose during tbs winter to enjoy all the luxuries of club life. Several weeks ago a man named Ed.Larson was taken to 8t. Luke's hospital, sick. He was a laborer and when taken to the hospital had been much weakened by an attack of chlils and fever. He remained there about five weeks, being very clck during a part of the time. At last he recovered sufficiently to warrant his discharge, and was accordingly allowed to leave the hospital about a week ago. Since ;ben he had been unable to
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