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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL .IND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JUt,Y 4, 1894.
THE GENUINE Ul "-IP' ". Popularly known throughout New England for Qalltjr, Quantity and Workmioihlp. Dinet ImporUr of thi finest VoelU Absjo Havana Tobacco J Manufaoturar of C!gr, i oraer ftlaU Wooilor Mreets, Nw Haven, Conn. DXisccUitucous. H QXxtr A. T S fof Work a Specially. ABE NOW READY. French MADRAS, EnglUh OXFORDS, Scotch CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL ul WASH BILE B. For Men' NEQLIQEB and TENNIS BBIRTS, tor Ladles' and Children'! WAISTS id BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. GLOVES Tbe NEW PEARL GREY. The Famous London Tan t $1.81. Fowna'a Oold To, Red Tan and "WELBECE," the finest Glove made. New "Butterfly" Tlei and Bows, Bngllth Long Soarts, and "Don Joan" Tlet and Foar-tn-Hands. CHASE & CO., KflwDiveaBiasBEoMcg. Sole Agent for Korea Bra. (Boston) Laun dry. Band work, and Mtiifaction guaranteed. 'gnvuitnvcr Ulc Carpets. Carpets. OUR STOCK OF Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One of THE BEST In the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All etaes, in soft and nard wood. ' LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Correct Styles IN Solid Silver Mounted BELTS and P0CKETB00KS AT DURANT'S, , l'le Jew-tier, 55 Church Street, Opposite PostoflUa. WEXLS Sc G7JNDE, Watchmakers and Jnwelers. Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S tfTHUMATIC filNGS. No. 723 Chapel Street. Dolls M Single Ms DUMP CARTS, , Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts, loggias, Surreys, Concords, etc., etc. HARNESS, ! ' In Stock and Made to Order. SIEDLET BEOS. & 00, 171 Brewery Street. "IDEAL STONE." fTIHE best Artificial 6tone in the market for JL sidewalks, driveways, mill, shop and barn floor, oellar bottoms, curbing, coping, eto. All order promptly executed and satisfac tion guaranteed. . X; D. F1NSLOW & CO., j. 'i - - Exchange Bnlldlng, Boom IS, JalStf (P. 0. Box 830) New Haven. ARE STAMPED m th highest Standard 10 otnti Cigar 3LaumU'ie& D0Y0UWANT The Moths Killed, and the Dust JUemovcd ? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of tbe Duett qualities cleaned without '' Injury. We ate especially fitted np for this work. DYEING and CLEANING Of Men'a Suite and Overcoats, Lad lee' Dresses, eto. LAUNDERING Of Shirts, Collar, Cod, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. OFFICES 878 Chapel street, 048 23 Broadway, ' State, Lawrence and Mechanic streets. Telephone 854-2 and 3. Stores, glttmfrittfl, tt. Iterate 1 large assortment of hard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, which will he sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex amine. 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. Mrip As. We have opened a full line of Jewett's cele brated hard wood Refrigerators, thoroughly charcoal filled, and the best refrigerators sold In the city. AT COST. We have but few of them left : when these are gone there will be no more of them offer ed, as we are going out or tins orancn or the business. We advise all who .are In want to Inspect them before purchasing elsewhere. That New Range We have said so' much about proves to be the favorite. AH who have tried it say it is the wonder of tbe age and does all we adver Use it to do. v GAS FIXTURES In feTeat 'varieties and prices 'way down. The Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluable for comfort, convenience and econ- ' ' omy in Summer. Food more perfectly cooked than by direct heat from coal. Kanges, with or' without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CROWN STREET. PLUMBIMG - GiSFITTifiS J. H. Buckley, 179 Church. REFRIGERATORS. THE standard Refrigerator of to-day Is tha EDDY. Made strictly first-class In Pine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau tifully grained and varnished. They are su perior to any hardwood box made. Examine them at , 360 STATE STKET.T. SILAS O-ALPIN. ATTRAGTITE SELECTION OF SUMNER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Bound AT OBKATLT REDUCED PRICES. Hiss A. V. Byrnes. 1138 Chapel Street, Second door above York itreat. IT PASSED BY FIVE VOTES, (continued from first pngej "Provided, funhsr.that the barbed wire commonly ucd for fencing shnll be no mltted free of duty," v.a carried by a vote of 88 to 82. Mr. Mill offered an amendment pro viding that wire rode, rivet", aorews, fence null, and other Iron or ewl rods, and all Iron made from them, ahall be admitted free of duty. Till wan de fealed by a vote of 52 to J7. The vote then recurred on Mr. Al len' amendment, which was defeated 12 to Mr. Vila, dem., of Vlaconln. next offered un amendment putting all wire nnd material for wire used exclusively for fencing on the free lint under treas ury regulations. Thli wa defeated by a vote of 29 yea and 40 nay. Mr. Morgan, dem., of Alabama, of fered nn amendment to com In a five additional Hectlons at the end of the bill, aimed at trust, combination and conspiracies in restraint of trade and commerce, or to Increase the market price of It.iported articles. He made a speech lr cxpla-ntlon and defense of the proposed amendment, which would the Jffect, lie said, of repressing "those tructs In all their multiplied hldeous noss." Mr, Cr-ay, dem,, of Delaware, recog nized the desirability of the proposed legislation, but questioned the wisdom of presenl'.'ig It as an amendment to a tariff bill In the present hour. He sug gested that the matter ie referred to the judiciary committee. Kr. Voor hees, chairman of tha ('.nance commit tee, said the nmendir-uit received .his full approbation. Aftor further discus sion the amendment was agreed to. The first section fol'ows: Section 75 That every combination, conspiracy, trust, agreement or contract, Is hereby declared to be contrary to public policy, Illegal and void, when the same Is made by or between two persons or corporations, either of whom is engaged In Importing any article from any for eign country into the United Spates and when such combination, conspir acy, truBt, agreement or contract Is intended to operate In restraint of law ful trade or free competition In lawful trade or commerce or to Increase the market price In any part of the United States of any article or articles Im ported or intended to be Imported Into the United States or any of manufac ture Into which such Imported article enters or Is intended to enter. Every persorwjvho is or shall hereaf ter be engaged in the importation of any commodity from any foreign coun try In violation of this section of this act or shall combine or conspire with another to violate the same, Is guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof in any court of the United States such person shall be fined In a sum not less than SlOOand not exceeding $5,000 and shall be further punished by imprisonment in the discretion of the court, for a term not less than three months nor exceeding twelve months. Mr. Allen offered the amendment to the sugar schedule, of which Mr. Jone9 gave notice yesterday, but which he 'did not to-day offer in the senate. The amendment provides that the bounty shall stand unrepealed to the extent that there shall be paid to producers of sugar from! beets, sorghum, sugar cane or maple syrup, produced In the United States during the year 1894, on sugar testing npt less than 90 degrees by the polariscope, (nine-tenths of one cent per pound. Mr. Jones asked Mr. Allen to with draw it, but he declined. After dis cussion the amendment, on motion of Mj Harris, was tabled by -a -rote of 5 tO 22. . : ; . ' Mr. Power, rep.i of Montana, moved that the wood schedule shall not take effect till June, 1895. Rejected. These amendments were agreed: In creasing the dutiable on flies, para graph 141, from a cents per- dozen, to 35 cents. Making the duty on type metal (171) cent per pound on the lead contained therein, and 15 per cent. on new types. Reducing the duty on cleaned rice (193) from 1 cent per pound to 8-10 cent. Mr. Pettigrew, rep., of South Dakota, offered an amendment providing for a tariff commission. Rejected. Mr. Manjderson moved to reconsider the vote by which the senate refused to adopt his amendment for a diminish ing bounty on sugar. The motion was tabled. The affirmative -votes were all demo cratic. An amendment was adopted to one of the income tax sections, on motion of Mr. Kill, approved by Mr. Vest, pro viding that all state, county, municipal and town taxes paid by corporations shall b tncluded in their operating anc) business evpenses. There was a large crowd of specta tors In the galleries, most of them la dies. The atmosphere was hot and sweltering Chairman Wilson, of the house com mittee on ways 'and means.and Messrs. Sprinesr and McMillan were Interested spectators. At 10 p. m. the bill was read the third time. And then Mr. Smith, dem. of New Jersey addressed the senate. "He re grttted that the socialistic Income tax" haft not been eliminated from the bill, brt he said he could not O'.-ny that the democratic senators who favored the idea had met its opponent fairly. The astonishing persistence shown by the advocates of the idea made It certain that there was one way of escape, and that was by a trial. For all except this portion of the measure he would vote with genuine satisfaction. He would vote for this measure because he was a democrat. Mr. Allen, pop. of Nebraska,, announc ed that he would vote for the bill, be cause he thought It should be passed and placed In the hands of a conference committee, where It might be elimi nated of its evil features. - Mr. Hill declared his continued an tagonism to the bill. He declared that the Income tax imperilled the possibil ity of permanent democratic success in any northern state for many .years -to come. He would not support the bill In its present shape. : . - '.;, ; Remarks were also made by Senators Aldrich, Chandler and MandersOh.. The vote on the passage was then proceeded with .and the result was: Yeas 39, nays 34, a follows: v . Yeas Allen, Bate, Berry, Blackburn, Blanchard, Caffrey, Call, Cockrell, Cok, Daniel, Faulkner, George, Gibson, Gor man, Gray, Harris, Hunton, Irby, Jar vis, Jones of Arkansas, Kyle, Landsay, McLauren, Martin, Mills, Mitchell of Wisconsin, Morgan,' Murphy, Palmer, Pasco, Ransom, Roach, Smith, Turple, Vest, VilaB, Voorhees, Walsh, White Nays Aldrich, Allison. Carey, Chand- ir; (Cullom, Davis. Dixon, Doipn. uu bol, rr:, Ottlllnser, Hale, Han brough, hawloy, Hlgglni, Hill, Jone of Nevada. Lodge, McMillan, Manderon, Mitchell tf Oregon, Patton, Peffer, Per kins, Plan, Power, Proctor, Quay, Sher man, Rhcup, Squire, Stewart, Teller, Wahburre 84. The pair were Mer. Butler of South Carolina and Cameron of Penn sylvania, (lordon of Georgia and Wilson of lowa.Pugh of Alabama and Hoar of Maasachupett. MePheron of New Jer sey and 1 Jirtll of Vermont, Camden of West Virginia and Pettigrew of South Dakota. . Mr. Harris moved that the aennte In sist on lis amendments and ask a con ference with the house on the disagree ing votes of the two houses. The vice president announced the sen ate conftrei-s a Senatos Voorhees, Har ris, Veil, Jones of Arkansas, Sherman, Allison and Aldrich. Then at 10:55 and with shouts of re lief and-Joy on the democratic side and In the galleries the senate adjourned until Friday. ATLASTIC YACHT CLVB Will Anchor In MorrU Cove To-Iorrow. To-morrow the yachts of the Atlantic Yacht club or New York will anchor at Morris 'Cove.-bff the Pequot club house. They rendezvoused last night off the Larchmont Yacht clnb house In New York. This morning they start on their eastward cruise, There are four steam ers, among them the Embla, owned by J. H. Hanan of the Dlllon-Hanan Shoe company, four schooners and seventeen sloops. At Pico Park. The steamer Margaret will make four trips to-day to Pino pin k (Double Beach.) The sail down the sound is a ploasant one, uud Is not so long as to become tiresome. At the boach there is every thing to amuse and entertain. The natural beauties of the place make- it n delightful resort, nnd in addition are the many Improvements made this sea son. There Is a spacious danpihg pa vilion, swings, nymg norses, tables ror picnic parties, quoits on the lawn, bill iards nud pool, and indeed everything to make the beach a pleasant spot to spend the dny. The Brauford band of twenty-five pieces will discourse sweet music during the dny. The Margaret will leave Belle dock at 0:45, 1:80 and 4?80. A special excursion will be given In the evening, leaving at 7:80 and re turning at 11. The tickets for the even ing excursion will be fifty cents, which includes admission to the dancing pa vilion. . .. . .. Personal. , Mrs. S. L. Cady has gone to the Gull- ford Point house, Guilford. A. D. Sanborn and family will leave for New Hampshire to-morrow,. Mr. W.' S. Bassett and family .will spend the Fimrth at Madison, Coftri. Mr. George B. ' Jones and wife will spend the Foun in NewXondon,Jonn. Mr.. and Mrs.' F. "A."WMtlng of 518 George streeYylll spent! the Fourth In New Britain: Mrs. M. B. Mitchell and Master Ash ley ipd IrVing Buck will spend the Fourth in Cheshire. Mrs. Howard Preston, . 14 Warren street, left yesterday morning for Oold Springs, N. Y., on the Hudson river, to spend the summer with relatives. Wash Your Face with A par., antepMf, aedicuul to)lt.oap for daily vie. It embodies as far ta ovay tan tne . i . . Booimpg, neai iag, preserving elements ttjat experience treating the Skin have proven most beneficial. Druggistssellit. A book on Dermatolotr with every oak. - Woodbury's Facial Soap DEEB PARK and ftAKLOD. ggjjOn the Crest of tbeAllegnanies Bti&A CHAIN LINE B. & o. n. R. Season Opens June 23d, 1894. Rates, $60, f 75 and $90 a month, according to bcitioD. Addreii QEORQSgk Di SHIELDS, Manager, Cumberland, M.4Vo June 10; after that data sltner Doer Fai& t Oakland, Garrott Court r Kd. i mvffiltavK MECHANICS' BAJflT. Quarterly Statement, July Sd, 1854. Capital stock. $300,000 00 Due depositors, Due banks, Surplus fund. Profit and loss. Dividends unpaid, Liabilities, Dills discounted, Banking house, Specie, Bank and legal tender notes, Due from banks. Checks for clearing house, ': ; Checks and cash ltftns, . .. Bonds, . ": 4U0.1H SB 43 625 85 50,000 00 4,2511 58 8.0T4 80 $841,724 89 $593,887 58 23,000 00 10,806 00 0T 091 00 107,581 1 7,637 52 6,861 5 20,900 00 Besouroes, $841,784 8 CHAS. H. "TROWBRIDGE, . - Cashier. Jy33t WILLIAM J. ATWATEB, - l Order NICHOLA PAVLENNO BT Al! J NOTICE. State Of Connecticut, New Haven County, ss City of New Haven, July i. 1E94. UPON tbe complaint of the said William J. Atwater, claiming for reasons therein set forth tor a foreclosure of a mortgage now ending before the City Court of New Haven a and for the City of Haven, to be held on thiS second Monday of June, A. D. 1894: , . i It appearing to, and being found by, the subscribing authority, that 'the said defend ants, Nlchola Paleuno and Pasquale Avaloni, are gone to parts unknown ; THEREFORE, ORDERED, That notice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Journal and Cou rier, la newspaper printed in New Haven, Con necticut, two times successively, commenting oner before the th day of July, A. D. 1891. " ' WILLIAM G. PRATT, ?. Clerk of the City Court of New Haven, iyant -; ' :. ! - Vrm quickly eat Diphtheria, Quinsy, Conjh.,1 kcblda, and Son Throat.- AlldraodsUMlllt.1 IPeYiy DartadfeSoa, PiwvMnoa, I!! tmTHjmk IB ' nm. hH sew fa ...jJAH!! "A Pinch of Phosphorous and a . Bucket of Water" is a scientist's cynical description of man. A bit of indigestion or the languor caused by the ther mometer when 98 degrees in the shade would banish his cnicism. Then, like ether sensible men, he would take Joharin Hoff's Malt Extract for relief. Johann Hoif 's is cool ing and strengthening, invalu able for indigestion and the enervating effects of hot weather. . Look for signature of "Johann Hoff " on neclc label and do not be imposed upon with worthless imitations. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, New York. 'R TIME TABLE. Commencing June 25th we shall be open fo busi ness from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. erery day but Saturday. On uUaysveH Close at 12 o'clocl, Slarj. TSo evening hours. Any person desiring to furnish up a room or a house in the near future will do well to call and look over our stock and get our terms now. It will pay you to place yOUr orders for future de livery, at our summer prices. THE CHAMBERLAIH Furniture and Filante Co. Orange and Crown Streets IN SHOE PRICES. A Generous Reduction on EVERY PAIR - c: Shoes in the Stork SOME OF THE SPECIALS: Child's Patout Tip Spring Heel Shoes, sizes 5 to S, 35 conts. Think of It ! Child's Red Slippers, 50 cents. lAdles' Tm UlucLer3 aud Oxfords, 05 bents. Ladies' Fine Tan Oxford 1.60 jual- Child's PatenLeather Ties; 51) cents. . 67 pairs House Slippers, 25 cents. 854 Chapel Street. "Perfeot ASD How to Attala it." . A Wonderful Hew Medical Book.mrttten for Ilea Only. On copy may t bad free oa application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. NUoiaa Swabs, , urrAto.N.Y. " Slauff liter vjowislous, Sit. d; m. weigh & M OFFER 100 BbU Kxtra Fine Naw Potatoe. 0nly"22c"a Peck. 100 Una cutting Watermoloiu, ' 1 v 30a each. COO bk extra large Cherry Currauts, 8o quurt basket. 1,000 red Cuba Ptnoi, 4 for 23o. Our Elgin Creamory Butter the qual ity Is llnor than eve r. Pi ke 23U lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.00. SO bundles extra lurgo ripe Oanaimi. Those llaked Reims, lOo large oau, aro a big bargain ; tha quality In A 1. Junt what you want to tako on a plonle. Bnrgnln In Cottou Clothes Line. 50 feet size reduced to Ho each, 70 " " " " 15o " 100 " " " 18o " Many other bei'galns nt D. M. WELCH & SON, 2S and 30 Congress Avenue, Branch 8 Grand Avenue. July 5 or 7, Campbell Avenue, Wosit Haven. KOPS' CHEER i I Pare and Non-Intoxtcatlng. AN Excellent Nerve Tonic AND Aid to Digestion. Bittered with the Finest Hops. 16c per bottle, or $1.00 par dotes. GILBERT THOMPSON. Fresh Fruits. Ilavana Pines 61.20 per dozen. ' XX Sugar Loafs. Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Kcd Raspborrits. Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ale. Have Vou Ever Used "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs ? Try it. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St. 078 Mate Htreat, near K4 wards. yOtr will nave monnj by trading at thin at ore. We are Ketllni 3 lbs of tbe beat 50c Tea fcr Od Dollar, also 6 Iba of splondM Coffee for One Do.'lar. all kinds Orooaary, China and Qlaaa waro sold cheap. , . jeS v A. BBYDBIV, THE Gorcer Church acd Elm Stnet - OFFEE Spring Lamb CbOice. , Bes f and Mntton. ptlng Broilers, Dnokllngj. Chickens, 8qaabs. Sweetbreads and Calf LWer, Also Fresh Native Vegetables In foil variety, and a foil line of .Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. - - TELEPHONE CALL SCO. MM CROSBY GO, The Leading Bread Flour of the World. J. D. DEWELL& CO., Wholesale Agents, 239 State St., New Haven, Ct. Big Bargains in Meats this Week. CHOICE leg Lamb only lo : brat Ghlektna 10 -ad 19c ; extra nice tt-aUa 10c ; turkey. Hi and 18c ; flan Corned Beef Sc lb. Wa veil everything to suit you In. the meat Una. Gve ua a trial and we guarantee satiatac tlon. Bespectfully, B. BOHOEKBEKGEK & SON, 1, S, Central Market, Telephone 490. Congress arenua. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FABNHAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. orders left at BRADLEY & DANN'S. 406 State Street, HOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, rti Chapel Street, LINSLEY, ROOT & CO.'S, 33 Broadway. Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address Box 655. Telephone 425-13. PAIN Is a sensation that everybody has some time, PAINKILLER Is a remedy that everybody should have all the time. Sold everywhere. lylS WFMtf Education. MECHANICAL DltAWING, , PBHBI't'fTIVE.MATHKMA'ntlS, ' ilWIUNlKM. pro. V. U. 1IONKV. 179 Church street. Hartfr,t uftieo, HKi Main Siruvt, Ad.lnn Irttimi hi Niw Haven oihre. aulS ly ' DKJSSAUKIMROOSTWl'K SCHOOL OF MUSIC, . THI l'liai, tr.. l.- . ' Tliorniitfb mualoal liipHun aftnr the meth od of furpinixi tiiiropran I'onai'rvatiiriiai. Vliiln, I'lauit, tlnraii, rMiiirlng, Klute, Clart oiiirtio, (Virnii, Krvnub Hum. viola, 'CsUu, )uulil IkiM, Mniiilnllii, Hindurrlii, Hurnmiiy and lirm iiililB 1'hiyliiir. InatmuUoti kiiiirlu or In i'la-m, ApplluaiiM rouoivod dally from U to I and t to i p. m. KM If 7 CHAPEL STHEET. gaihts, (Oils, gtc. EVERYTHING Ts Make Your Horns Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, HEADY FOU USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Cuurlur llull.llnir, NBWHaveii. Conn. THE FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Come and examine our (roods and you will be mil-prised ut our prices for beautiful com binations. E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING and DECORATING in all their several branches done well and promptly. Estimates given. " E. R. JEri'COTT. S6I Elm Street, corner of York. pXisctllawcous. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. - Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the -great Natural Bono Setter. Has been used for more than 60 years and Is the best known remedy for Kbcuma-. I ism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, Wounds and all external injuries. C- H. CONWAY, Proprietor Sole Age nt. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAM F. KNAPF & CO., Proprietors,, . ; 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at short notiee. r ; ' mh28 tf ,NEW TICKET OFFICE. KAILWAY and Stoainshlp Tickets to all . points. Staterooms and HertliB secured dvance. Baggage checked through, , Stnrin Line Tickets to New York. Agent for Henry Gaze & Sons' Tours. JOHN MORSE, v : "i OB CHINTEH STREET,"' Telephone call 407-4'. v Jcgtf Oat Shoes are popular with meg who want good Shoes for ; Jteir Ease, ; . , Their Stvle. ; J Their Wgarinp 0 Reasonable Price. Onr stock la so extensive and oor ityle to 'varied tbat every man oan get what he desire in a Shoe. - it . -; i Tie mmi Mt , 85 CHURCH STREET, ! Sole Agents for New Haven for Hanan Son' Shoe of New Xotk. The bt for Driveways, Cellar and Sbop -Floors, Copings, and all kinds of . ArtificialStbheWork, Estimates furnished by . The Mannlacturers, . ' ' 0. D. EOBIISOS & CO., mySAtf 449 ii st rent. THEODORE KEILER, . undertaker ' , 162 ORANGE STREET, (Near Court street.) Telephone No. M7-i- R. G. RUSSELL, 852 Chapel Streets ha & Sis 1)1. HEAT YCUK I HOUSE WHS THI OKLKIJ BATED ? MAHONY BOHiBR, : Steam or Hot Water, Direct or Isdlreci ir Badlatlon. c ; ALSO HOT AIEFUEN ACES. '. .... . . . -.. Mvenwalliaapaoialtv. Knglner'SnppHi. flntl clan work gnaranMed. Jreotor j work solioited. lpeoi 1 attention flvw to modemliing dafectiTt plnr .'.tjtfi ' HtmATTAW Mr ftTinATMT ' BTEAJimTXBB AXD PLtrMBXBS; ' Vffc a)UNi 280 and 287 State tUnx. ' .